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This training course incorporates three modules covering the different phases of I&C from both, a non-mathematical and practical point of view. It includes basic concepts, the engineering and the installation of control equipment.


Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, participants will learn about:

  • Basics of I&C, including different control functions, types of control loops, and continuous vs. discrete control.
  • Identification and symbols used in I&C.
  • Different types of field instrumentation, their principles of operation, their advantages and disadvantages and the application of the different types of sensors for flow, level, pressure and temperature measurements.
  • Requirements for control rooms and the design of control panels.
  • Concepts and implementation of alarm and trip systems.
  • Different types of computer-based control systems, including PLCs and DCSs, as well as basic requirements for good operator interface.
  • Documentation required for I&C for front-end engineering and detail design.
  • Requirements for a successful installation, instrument checkout and controller tuning.
  • Project implementation and project management.
  • Decision-making tools, namely, Auditing, Evaluation of Plant Needs, Justification, and Control System Evaluation.

Course Outline:

UNIT A: Introduction to Process and Instrumentation
A1.0 Process Control Elements
A2.0 Process Control Loop
A3.0 Process Control Modes
A3.0 Digital Controllers
A4.0 Transducers and Transmitters
A5.0 Instrumentation terminology, range, hysteresis, span, calibration, accuracy and sensitivity
A6.0 Introduction to instrument symbols, P&ID representation of an analog pneumatic or electronic control loop as per ISA S5.1.

UNIT B: Pressure Measurements
B1.0 Pressure definition and measurement, absolute and gauge pressure measurement
B2.0 Manometer and U-tube for pressure measurement
B3.0 Diaphragm elements, flat type and a corrugated type metallic diaphragm
B4.0 Bourdon and Bellows element
B5.0 Electronic pressure devices, strain gauge type and capacitance
B6.0 Operation and application of pulsation dampeners, fluid and chemical seals

UNIT C: Level Measurements
C1.0 Transparent and reflex sight glass level indicators
C2.0 Using pressure to indicate level
C3.0 Float and cable level indicator
C4.0 Displacement (displacer) level indicator
C5.0 Capacitance level indicators
C6.0 Magnetic level indicator
C7.0 Resistivity and Conductivity level measurement
C8.0 measuring solids level

UNIT D: Flow Measurements
D1.0 Definition of fluid properties
D2.0 Using orifice, venturi and flow nozzles to create differential pressure
D3.0 Pitot tubes and Rotameters flow measuring principles
D4.0 Turbine and vortex shedding flow meters
D5.0 Mass flow and positive displacement meters
6.0 Magnetic flow meters

Day 2

UNIT E: Temperature Measurements
E1.0 Temperature conventional scales
E2.0 Thermometers and Bimetallic
E3.0 Thermocouples
E4.0 Resistance temperature detectors RTD’s
E5.0 Thermistors
E6.0 Radiation Pyrometers
E7.0 Infrared temperature sensors

Unit F: Valves basics
F1.0 Control valves terminology
F2.0 Valves actuators and accessories

Unit G: Variable speed drives basic principles
G1.0 DC drives
G2.0 AC variable frequency drives

Unit H: Hazardous Area Designation
H1.0 Definition as per the Canadian Electrical Code
a) Class I, Div. 1
b) Class I, Div. 2
c) Class II, Div. 1
d) Class II, Div. 2
e) Class III, Div. 1
f) Class III, Div. 2

Unit I: Instruments Selection and Calibration Procedures


Who should Attend?

Persons seeking to learn about the I&C field in a condensed time-frame and from a practical point of view and/or for those who are employed in roles requiring them to communicate technically with I&C personnel. (It is presumed that participants come from a setting where they can apply the knowledge received) The program is designed to provide participants with sufficient knowledge to move into the field of I&C. It is applicable to both, technical and supervisory personnel.


General Notes

  • All our courses can be facilitated as Customized In-House Training course.
  • Course duration is flexible and the contents can be modified to fit any number of days.
  • As for Open Enrolment Courses, we offer our clients the flexibility to chose the location, date, and time and our team of experts who are spread around the globe will assist in facilitating the course.
  • The course fee includes facilitation, training materials, 2 coffee breaks, buffet lunch and a Certificate of successful completion of Training.
  • FREE Consultation and Coaching provided during and after the course.
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