Advanced control systems have created the world’s most advanced distribution automation suite, including designing, planning, management and automatic feeder restoration. This course ranges from revision of classical control, with particular attention to PID controllers, through to some recent developments in model-based multi-input multi-output control design. Topics include model identification, controller design, tuning and validation as well as model predictive control. Emphasis is given to important practical issues such as time delay systems and saturation actuators.
Throughout the course examples of successful applications of the theory to real industrial problems are demonstrated through case studies, the aim being to develop Participants insight and intuition in dealing with real control engineering problems. The key feature of the course is the hands-on sessions interspersed with the theory, where participants continually put into practice what is taught in lectures. These sessions are designed to address the issues of technical feasibility and economic justification of modern control in industry.
The main goal that the course aims to achieve is to provide practical knowledge and tools for design, analysis and implementation of both conventional and advanced control strategies.
By the end of the course, participant will be able to:
Who Can Benefit?
This course is intended for Engineers & highly qualified technicians working in the field of instrumentation and control in the process industries.