Instrumentation and control training course

Learn the fundamentals of instrumentation and process control. You'll spend approximately 50% of the time in hands-on lab exercises using various instruments and controllers. Learn to program, connect input/output devices and troubleshoot process controls including sensors, transmitters, controllers, and final elements. Use various instruments to measure temperature, pressure, flow rate, level and position. Understand the differences between open and closed-loop controls, feedback and feed forward controls, PLC and stand-alone controllers. Find out how analog signals are produced, processed and protected from noise and differences in proportional, PI and PID control strategies. Understand what causes errors in instruments and how to minimize and troubleshoot them. Learn to calibrate transmitters and tune controllers.

Main topics of the course:

Process Control and Process Concepts Primary Elements

Types of Control and Characteristics

Types of Instruments and Calibration Devices

Control Valve Characteristics and Process Documentation

Process Control Architectures

Loop Calibration and Tuning

Connecting Transmitter to Controller Hands-On Lab Exercises

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