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Process Instrumentation & Industrial Controls


 

Course Overview

The objective of this Industrial Training is to improve Skill Set, Better employment Opportunities and Produce skilled Manpower in the Field of Oil & Gas sector, Fertilizer and Chemical Sector, Tobacco, Pharmaceutical, Cement and Process Industries. In this training to take the student from a beginner to Medium level Instrumentation How know, designing, and troubleshooting and establishing communication between HMI & SCADA environments. Students will learn Sensors Types, Pneumatic Controls, Valves and Motion Control languages, its properties as they progress at their own pace through exercises of increasing complexity. They will gain a working & Practical knowledge of digital and analog Sensors inputs and outputs, Sensors Wiring, Installation and calibration. Upon completion of the course the student is expected to be able design, specify, and install medium level of Instruments Selections, P&ID, Motion Control and understanding of PLC HMI systems and better understanding of SCADA and DCS systems, and to troubleshoot and diagnose problems

 

Course Outlines

 

1. Proximity sensor

Capacitive proxy

Inductive proxy

2. Temperature Sensor

Thermocouple

RTD (PT100, PT200)

Thermistor

3. Pressure Sensors

S-type

Load Cell

Piezoelectric effect

4. Opto-Sensors

Through Beam

Retro Reflective

5. Hall Effect Sensors

6. Encoders

Absolute Optical Encoder

Incremental Encoder

Tachometer (Types)

7. Displacement Transducers

LVDT

8. Humidity Sensors

9. Ultrasonic Sensors

10. Switches

11. Solenoids

12. Unit Conversions

13. Calculations

Pressure Drop

Element Sizing

Velocity

Level Differential Pressure

Linearization

13. Pneumatic & Hydraulic Control

14. Motor Controls

  Motor Starters

  Soft Starters

  Variable Frequency Drives

  Variable Speed Drives

  Positioner

  Encoders

  Valve Actuators

  Regulators (Temp, Pressure, Flow & Level)

  PID's

15. Motion Control using Controllers

  Mitsubishi FX1GM (Programming, Installation & Troubleshooting)

16. Valves

  Gate Valve

  Ball Valve

  Globe Valve

  Butterfly Valve

17. Applications of Fluid Dynamics

  Joule-Thompson effects

  Choked Flow

  Flashing

  Cavitation

  Two Phase

18. Instrumentation Standards

  International Electrotechnical Commission(IEC)

  International Society of Automation(ISA)

  National Electrical Manufacturer Association(NEMA)

19. Instrumentation Safety

  OSHA Standards Regarding Electrical instrumentation

Who Should Attend?

 

This course will benefit those who will be programming, installing equipment, maintaining equipment, purchasing or implementing cost reduction and automation programs, or maintaining and troubleshooting PLC based equipment. Manufacturing Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors, Engineering university students, Industrial Engineers, Plant Operations Managers, Maintenance Personnel or other personnel involved in planning, design and setup of manufacturing facilities and personnel who encounter control systems in their course of daily functions should also attend.

 

 

Starting From

Timings

Last Date of Registration

Fee

29-10-15

1700-2100

(Thurs-Fri-Sat)

27-10-15

Rs:18,000/-

Per Participant

 

Duration: 48 Hours

 

   

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