Process Control Instrumentation Technology

Description:

In this course, elements, modes and testing of measurement technique, control mode implementation and valves functions will be explained. Modern trends in digital measurements electronic and pneumatic features inherent in the control process are highlighted in the program.

Goal:

To enhance the participants, knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for better understanding of the control process and instrumentation technology.

Objectives:

By the end of this course, participant will be able to:

  • Understand the process control and instrumentation.

  • Understand analog and digital signal conditions.

  • Determine the level and inventory controls.

  • Be familiar with types and uses of transducers.

Outlines:

  • Introduction to process Control and Instrumentation.
  • Analog and Digital Signal Conditions.
  • Level and Inventory Control.
  • Two and Four Wire Sensor.
  • Digital Transducers.
  • Thermal Transducers (Thermistor, Thermocouples, Gas, Vapor Pressure, Liquid-Expansion, Thermometer, TRDs)
  • Mechanical Transducers (Displacement, Location, Strain, Motion, Pressure and Flow Transducers).
  • Optical Transducers (Photo Conductor, Pyrometer, Optical Sources).
  • Digital Temperature Control.
  • Final Control (Final Control Operation, Signal Conversions, Actuators and Control Elements).
  • Analog and Digital Controllers.
  • Computer Controller Examples.
  • Applications of Fibber Optics and LASER.

Who Can Benefit?

Engineers and highly qualified technologists working in the field of instrumentation and measurement in the process industries