INSTRUMENTATION, CONTROL AND AUTOMATION

  • June 15, 2020 - June 27, 2020
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Soma no prescription USA FedEx shipping Course Length:    10 Days          order soma cash on delivery Course Dates:   June 15 – 26, 2020          http://shareholderacademy.com/blog/iconsumer/ceo-bitcoin-december-2017 Course Venue:         Calgary, Alberta, Canada

 

Cheap Valium Purchase Course Description

This low productivity and the case of skilled workers in the petroleum industry have led major corporations all over the world aiming to produce various types of automated process technologies. The course is for engineers and technicians who need to have a practical knowledge of selection, installation and commissioning of industrial instrumentation and control valves in order to achieve improved productivity and efficiency. This course would involve the design, specification and implementation of instrumentation, control and automation equipment. It will focus on two basic concepts: (i) compare existing process technology to instrumented and automated process technology (ii) understanding instrumented and automated process system design and components. The course will also cover essentials of process instrumentation and control tools to automate and optimize the operation of plant and process. The course will keep mathematical theory to a minimum with the emphasis on practical applications of instrumentation, automation and control processes.

Buy Valium Prescription Free Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for instrumentation, automation and process control engineering implementing professionals, project managers, project developers, project & design engineers, process engineers, facility engineers, operation engineers, and asset managers

 

Can You Buy Soma In Mexico What You Will Gain:

  • Instrumentation terms, concepts, diagrams and symbols
  • Key knowledge of implementing an instrument and wiring number system
  • Overview of the use of PLCs in industrial applications
  • Pressure sources and the basic terms of pressure measurement
  • Level measurements and the basics associated with it
  • Temperature measurements and the various associated transducers
  • Flow measurement technologies
  • Control valve principles and common valve types
  • New technologies such as smart instrumentation and fieldbus
  • Instrumentation, automation and process control systems selection criteria, commissioning and testing
  • Overview of MHI, SCADA and DCS systems
  • Different controller tuning rules
  • Latest ISO requirements for instrumentation, automation and process control systems
  • Overview of HAZOP studies
  • Understanding reliability centered maintenance and spare parts analysis
  • Key appreciation for factory and site acceptance testing
  • Hands-on for building in-house panels and installation

 

 

Generic Ambien By Teva Training Methodology 

The training course will combine lectures (30%) with workshop/work presentations (30%), interactive practical exercises and case studies (20%), supported by video material, software and general discussions (20%)

 

Course Contents

MODULE 1: Introduction and Overview

  1. Basic measurement and control concepts
  2. Basic performance terms and conditions
  3. Advanced performance terms and conditions

MODULE 2: Pressure Measurements   

  1. Principles of pressure measurement
  2. Pressure sources
  3. Mechanical transducers and elements
  4. Electrical transducers and elements
  5. Installation considerations
  6. Impact on the overall control loop
  7. Selection tables
  8. Emerging pressure measurement technologies

MODULE 3: Diagrams and Numbering  

  1. P & ID symbols
  2. Selection criteria
  3. Typical applications

MODULE 4: Level Measurements   

  1. Principles of level measurement
  2. Simple sight glasses and gauging rods
  3. Buoyancy tape systems
  4. Hydrostatic pressure
  5. Ultrasonic measurement
  6. Radar measurement
  7. Vibration switches
  8. Radiation measurement
  9. Electrical measurement
  10. Density measurement
  11. Emerging level measurement technologies

MODULE 5: Temperature Measurements   

  1. Principles of temperature measurement
  2. Thermocouples
  3. Resistance temperature detection
  4. Thermistors
  5. Non-contact pyrometers
  6. Humidity
  7. Installation considerations
  8. Impact on the overall control loop
  9. Selection tables
  10. Emerging temperature measurement technologies

MODULE 6: Flow and Mass Measurements

  1. Principles of flow measurement
  2. Differential pressure flowmeters
  3. Open channel flow measurement
  4. Variable area flow meters
  5. Oscillatory flow measurement
  6. Magnetic flow meters
  7. Positive displacement
  8. Ultrasonic flow measurement
  9. Mass flow meters
  10. Impact on the overall control loop
  11. Selection tables
  12. Emerging flow measurement technologies

MODULE 7: Control Valves    

  1. Control valve theory
  2. Sliding stem valves
  3. Rotary valves
  4. Control valve selection and sizing
  5. Control valve characteristics / trim
  6. Control valve nose and cavitation
  7. Actuators and positioners
  8. Valve bench set and stroking
  9. Impact on overall control loop
  10. Emerging control valve technologies

MODULE 8: Basic Control Philosophies     

  1. Open loop
  2. Closed loop
  3. Feed forward and ration control
  4. Feedback control
  5. Overview of different tuning rules available
  6. Cascade control
  7. Best practice in trouble shooting
  8. Adaptive and self-tuning controllers

MODULE 9: Instrumentation System integration

  1. Calculation of individual instruments and total error for the system
  2. Selection considerations
  3. Testing and commissioning of sub-systems
  4. Fiber optics cables
  5. New smart instruments and data communication systems
  6. Noise and earthing considerations
  7. Materials of construction
  8. Linearization

MODULE 10: PID and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)

  1. Introduction and brief history of PLCs
  2. Why PLCs have become so widely accepted
  3. Lingering concerns about PLCs
  4. Fundamentals of PLC programming
  5. Fundamentals of PLC hardware
  6. Fundamentals of PLC software
  7. Using ladder logic for simple digital functions
  8. Good programming habits
  9. Good installation practice
  10. Advance control with PLCs
  11. PID controllers

MODULE 11: HMI, SCADA and DCS Systems

  1. Overview of DCS and SCADA communications
  2. Data Communications in a DCS
  3. Industrial data communication networks
  4. Industrial data communication protocols
  5. Industrial data communication system hardware and software
  6. Industrial data communication components
  7. Industrial data communication design and layout
  8. DCS system elements and basic DCS configuration
  9. Programing of DCS systems
  10. The operator interface
  11. Alarm system management for DCSs
  12. Distributed control system reporting
  13. Distributed control system (DCS) configuration
  14. Advanced control strategies maintenance considerations
  15. Advanced control technologies
  16. Range of control & instrumentation

MODULE 12: Fundamentals of Controller Tuning

  1. Fundamentals of tuning
  2. Fundamentals of tuning loops
  3. Expert system and automated (model based self-tuning) controllers
  4. Tuning of complex systems

MODULE 13: Safety Programmable Systems 

  1. Why regular PLCs should not be used for safety functions
  2. Growth of networked safety devices and certified networks
  3. Integrated safety systems
  4. Introduction to IEC 61131-3

 

MODULE 14: ISO, HAZOPS, Reliability Centered Maintenance, Spare Parts Analysis, Testing and Panel Design

  1. ISO-9001.2000 in depth
  2. HAZOP Analysis
  3. Reliability centred maintenance and spare parts analysis
  4. Acceptance testing (FAT and SAT)
  5. Electrical design of assorted panels
  6. Growth of networked safety devices and certified networks

MODULE 15: Process Automation Technology 

  1. Introduction to process automation
  2. Benefits of process automation to hydrocarbon processing and conditioning
  3. Current methodologies for the identification of automation opportunities in hydrocarbon processing and conditioning
  4. Major factors in automation of hydrocarbon processing and conditioning
  5. Conventional vs. automated process technology
  6. Advances in automated process technologies
  7. Process automation practice in the hydrocarbon processing and conditioning

ogab_admin