The Industrial Instrumentation and Control for Non-Instrument Personnel module at IDC Technologies contains the elaborated concepts on three engineering fields namely instrumentation engineering, automation engineering and process engineering. Instrumentation refers to the devices and instruments that are used in various processes.
Automation refers to the automatic working of instruments. Process engineering refers to the study of processes that are carried out in any type of industry and industrial applications.
The fundamentals and selection criteria of measuring devices like pressure transducers, level transducers, temperature transducers and flow measurements are detailed. The Piping & instrument diagram and symbols for the instrumentation devices are listed and selection criteria are discussed
Who should complete this course:
Anybody with an interest in gaining know-how in a full range of fundamentals of measurement, instrumentation, process control, PLC’s, SCADA and P&ID, ranging from the plant secretary, to operators, trades personnel (artisans), technicians and engineers from other backgrounds – such mechanical, electrical and civil. Indeed this is an excellent course for managers from a wide variety of disciplines who are keen to understand the key workings and the future of their plants.
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