Practical Instrumentation for Automation and Control Systems
The course is designed as a fundamentals course for engineers and a “why is it so” course for technicians. A total approach is to be used to try to understand how the component works with the fluid in the system. The course begins by examining how to describe what we want (compared to what we get). From this starting point, pressure, level, temperature, and flow instruments are examined, with an emphasis on how they cannot give the data needed. This course will also examine the aspects & issues involved with basic instruments, and why it is so difficult to get the correct value; if the data is used in process control, then why it is difficult to get excellent process control from these basic instruments.
Benefits of Attending this Workshop
By attending this course, you will be able to:
PROVIDE a simple understanding of engineering drawings
GAIN an understanding of the inner workings of basic instruments
UNDERSTAND reasons why instruments do not deliver the desired data
BE ABLE to understand the problems with basic instruments, and how to apply that knowledge to organization’s specific situation.
Who Should Attend
This course will be especially beneficial for young process, chemical, and instrument engineers as well as Instrument technicians desiring to understand why some instruments do not give excellent results. It will be a good refresher course for the seniors or those who would like to know more about hands on practices.