Process Measurement, Reading Eng. Drawings and Field Instrumentation Devices Course

Course Outline

Course Duration:10.0 Days

Day 1:

  • INTRODUCTION TO PROCESS MEASUREMENT CALIBRATION
  • PROCESS CONSIDERATIONS
  • INTEGRATION OF THE SYSTEM

Day 2:

  • PRESSURE MEASUREMENT
  • PRESSURE
  • LEVEL MEASUREMENT
  • LEVEL
  • TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT
  • TEMPERATURE

Day 3:

  • FLOW MEASUREMENT
  • SIMULATION
  • PID Controllers

Day 4:

  • Maintenance
  • Instrument Performance
  • Calibration of Transmitters
  • Planned Maintenance
  • Integration of the system

Day 5:

  • Troubleshooting

Day 6:

  • READING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS

Day 7:

  • READING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS

Day 8:

  • DATA ACQUISITION
  • ANALOG AND DIGITAL SIGNALS
  • PLUG IN DATA ACQUISITION BOARDS

Day 9:

  • CONTROL VALVES types and construction

Day 10:

  • Introduction to Valve selection and sizing
  • Inherent characteristics
  • Process, material or other considerations

Description

This course is designed to give a practical introduction and overview of the basic principles of process measurement, reading engineering drawings and field Instrument devices used in petrochemical industries. It is a hands-on workshop and participants will have the opportunity to explore the set-up and measurement of process variables and use simulation software for troubleshooting.Participants will also learn how to read and interpret engineering drawings used in power and petrochemical plants. Whilst suitable for new graduates/formen who require a practical introduction to measurement and control systems on process plant, it is also valuable to anyone working in process industries who would like to understand the techniques used in measurement and control and who have not had the opportunity to learn about them before, or who would like a good solid refresher.

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