Last updated 26 September 2017
Training Course Details Part 1
Trouble shooting and loop tuning
Length of Course: Five days - held in the client's plant.
Synopsis: This course teaches the fundamentals of practical process control including troubleshooting and optimisation of control systems. Particular emphasis is paid to solving problems that occur in many loops but about which very little formal knowledge has previously been available. Three days are spent in classroom lectures and workshops accompanied by analysis of real field test data and dynamic simulation. A further two days are spent optimising actual loops in the plant in the course held in the client's plant.
Who Should Attend: The course is designed for instrument technicians, control engineers, and other people responsible for the operation and maintenance of the plant control systems. The course will be very beneficial to people with a lot of previous experience in the control field, as well as beginners.
Objectives: Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to:
The role of various elements in the control loop
Understanding your brand of PID controller
The dynamics of different types of processes
Problems with final control elements
Loop analysis and testing
Non-linearity and solutions
Examples of real world loop problems
Measuring principles in the digital world
Noise and how to deal with it
Loop tuning for optimum practical results
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