"Use Process Engineering to Control Global Warming," Says Control Columnist and Automation Guru Béla Lipták

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Process Automation authority Lipták explains how using the theories of advanced process control, mankind can control global warming and reduce dependency on fossil fuels in Part 3 of "A Process Only Mankind Can Control" in the May 2006 issue of Control magazine.

"We live in an irresponsible age," Lipták writes, "and the population of the planet has increased 500% during the last century."

In the third part of his series on Global Warming, Dr. Lipták, retired Yale professor and member of the Process Automation Hall of Fame, points directly to the science that proves Global Warming to be the result of the behavior of mankind in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Lipták says, "It's consistent with this attitude of irresponsibility to overestimate the time available to convert to a clean and inexhaustible energy source."

Read "A Process Only Mankind Can Control."

Part One: http://www.controlglobal.com/articles/2006/002.html

Part Two:


Part Three:


Control magazine has been “the voice of the end user” for over seventeen years, winning numerous awards for excellence in editorial and design, including a Jesse H. Neal Award. Control has become the leading magazine in the field of process automation, and its website, http://www.controlglobal.com is recognized as the premier process automation resource on the Internet. Control is published by Putman Media Inc., publishers of associated publications Control Design, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Chemical Processing, and Plant Services.

For more information contact Walt Boyes, editor in chief.


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