Induction Module – Instrumentation Systems

Objectives

  • To gain knowledge on variety of instrumentation systems used in the plants
  • To develop skills in installations, trouble shooting and maintenance
  • To develop the ability to read and interpret P & I D circuit diagrams
  • Basics of Field Instrumentation
  • Transmitters and Signal types: Types of signals, Function of a transmitter, Block Diagram of a transmitter
  • Commonly used field instruments and their applications
  • Physical Parameters and their measurements: Temperature, Pressure, Flow
  • Temperature measurement
  • Basic principles, Scales, Thermocouples & RTD’s, Thermostats
  • Radiation thermometry
  • Temperature transmitters
  • Selection, Installation and Commissioning
  • Pressure and Flow measurement
  • Basic principles
  • Sensors and Transmitters
  • Erection and Commissioning Guidelines
  • Calibration practices
  • Maintenance & Trouble shooting
  • Technical advancement in instrumentation
  • HART Communication
  • Field bus technology
  • Data Acquisition & Control System
  • Data Acquisition Systems
  • Introduction to Data Acquisition Systems
  • Acquiring and Accessing Real‐time and Historical trends
  • Alarm Management
  • Reporting
  • Control Systems
  • Introduction to process control technique
  • Types of control systems used in the plant
  • Introduction to PID Controllers, PLC and DCS control system
  • Comparison between various control systems
  • Selection of control system to suit the local requirement