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Process Control Case Histories by Gregory K. McMillan

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Can You Say “Process Interlocks?”

Mr. Rogers, a public relations specialist, walks into the offices of the engineering department of a chemical company singing a sprightly tune. Mr. Rogers is going to visit Mr. Fellow, a process control engineer, to learn all about process interlocks.

Mr. Rogers: It’s a beautiful day in this engineering department, a beautiful day for an engineer. Would you be mine, could you be mine? It’s an engineering day in this beautiful department, an engineering day for a beauty. Would you be mine, could you be mine? I have always wanted an engineer just like you, so let’s make the most of this beautiful day, since we are together we might as well say, would you be mine, could you be mine, won’t you please, won’t you please, ...

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