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PROCESS CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION

PROCESS CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION
Golden Flower Hotel, Bandung | November 28-December 01, 2011| Rp. 8.250.000/person

 

OBJECTIVE:
To understand the scope and utilization of instrumentation and process control technology applicable to industry

PARTICIPANTS:
Senior Technicians, Production Supervisors & Managers, Instrumentation Engineers & Technicians, Electrical Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Project Managers, Chemical Engineers, and personel who involved in or concern with process control & instrumentation.

DURATION:

4 (Four) – DAY

COURSE MATERIALS:

  • INTRODUCTION BASIC CONTROL CONCEPTS
  1. Typical manual control
  2. Feedback and feedforward control
  3. Block diagrams
  • INTRODUCTION TO SENSORS AND TRANSMITTERS
  1. Selection and specification of devices
  2. Pressure transmitters
  3. Flow meters
  4.  Level transmitter
  5. Temperature sensors
  6. Practical session
  • INTRODUCTION TO CONTROL VALVES
  1.  Basic principles
  2. Rotary control valves
  3. Ball valves
  4. Control valve characteristics and specifications
  • BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CONTROL SYSTEMS
  1. On/Off control
  2.  Modulation control
  3. Principles of closed loops control
  4.  PID of control moves
  5. Practical session
  • STABILITY AND CONTROL MODES OF CLOSED LOOPS
  1. Cause of instability in control loops
  2. Change of stability through PID control modes
  3. Methods to improve stability
  4. Principles of closed loop control tuning
  5. Practical session
  • IDEAL PID vs REAL PID
  •  Non-field-interactive or ideal PID
  • Field-interactive or real PID
  • Distinguish between process noise and instability
  • Selection of ideal or real PID
  •  practical session
  • TUNING OF CLOSED LOOP CONTROL
  1. Tuning constants calculation according to Ziegler and Nichols
  2. Open loop tuning procedure
  3. Closed loop tuning procedure
  4. Damped oscillation tuning method
  5. Fine tuning of practical control loops
  6. Tuning considerations for controllers with saturation and non-saturation output limits
  7.  Practical session
  • CASCADE CONTROL
  1. Equation types for cascade control
  2. Initialisation and PV-tracking
  3. Use of multiple outputs in cascade control
  4. Tuning procedure for cascade control
  5. Practical session
  • FEEDFORWARD CONTROL
  1. Feedforward balance – a control concept
  2. Tuning procedure for feedforward control
  3.  Practical session
  • COMBINED FEEDBACK AND FEEDFORWARD CONTROL
  1. Concept of combined control with incremental algorithms
  2. Tuning procedure for combined control
  • LONG DEAD-TIME IN CLOSED LOOP CONTROL
  1.  The problem of long dead-time in closed loops
  2. Use of process simulation for process variable prediction
  3. Tuning procedure for control loops with  long dead-time
  4.  Practical session
  • ALARM HANDLING AND PROCESS SECURITY RANGE OF CONTROL AND
  • INSTRUMENTATION IN INDUSTRIAL
  • EXPERT SYSTEM AND MODEL BASED SELF TUNING CONTROLLERS
  1. Basic auto tuning
  2.  Expert system control
  3.  Model based adaptive control

LABORATORY WORK


INSTRUCTOR
Course Leader is DR. Sutanto Hadisupadmo. He has more than 15-year experienced as instructor on Instrumentation, Measurement Control & System, PLC, DCS Programming, Advance Process Control, etc.  His professional education started on Engineering Physics, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB-1977), Diplome Universite in Energetique, Universite de Prepignan, France (1985), Magister Engineering in Instrumentation and Control (ITB) and Doctor (ITB).  As a lecturer at Department of Engineering Physics Department-ITB, he active doing research, writes published book/hands-out.  He has handled many projects in Instrumentation Process, Tools Evaluation, Transmitter, General Evaluation of Instrumentation Specification, Commercial Building Power Audit, Maintenance Management Evaluation, etc. To get more advance information and knowledge, he has participated in domestic and overseas training, seminar, workshop and conference as participant or speakers.

Registration Fee:

  • Rp. 8.250.000/person
  • *Special Discount if register more than 3 (three) and 5 (five) Participants from 1 (one) Company*

Registration Deadline: November18, 2011
Special price will be given to who registered three or more participants from one company.

Fee includes the following:

  • Four-day registration fee for all Training sessions;
  • One-Day laboratory work using computer
  • Lunch per day
  • Daily coffee/tea breaks
  • Quality Training Materials (SOFTCOPY (qualified flash disc) AND HARDCOPY)
  • Best Quality Training Kits,
  • Convenient Training Facilities,
  • Certifícate of Compleción

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