'The control strategy proposed here requires tight or setpoint control of only one variable: product quality in final product storage.' The author emphasizes process design strategies to reduce needed inventory and improve profitability. The text explains the relationship among process control, plant design, and process design, stressing the need for product quality measurements. The book takes examples from continuous wet chemical plant operations but applies to other processes as well. Contents: Process Control Objectives and Design Strategy Material Balance Control Product Quality Control Constraints and Safety Roles of Holdup in Process Control Interface between Humans and Controls Process Design and Plant Design Profitability Control Strategy and Quantitative Design Resources.