Technical / Electrical Engineering

Durations : 5 Days

Electrical Measurement & Control Circuits

TE129

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Rapid progress in power plants and utilities leads to a parallel needs in distributed control actions in different sites and environments.

Advanced control systems have created the world’s most advanced distribution automation suite, including designing, planning, management, and automatic feeder restoration.

This course ranges from revision of power utilities needs for local and remote measurements and control for different sites, to the advanced robot manipulation and rapid action execution

To describe the principles behind the basics of selection, construction and operation of process control equipment.

Electrical and mechanical engineers and technicians

· INSTRUMENTATION EQUIPMENT

· INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS

· ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS, STANDARDS AND SYMBOLS

· FUNCTIONS OF INDUSTRIAL SWITCHGEAR

· FLOW MEASUREMENT

· LEVEL MEASUREMENT

· TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT

· CONTROL

- Introduction

- Basic control principles

- On/off control

- Basic proportional control

- Reset of integral action

- Rate or derivative action

- Multiple control modes

- Typical negative feedback control schemes

Presentation & Slides
Audio Visual Aids
Interactive Discussion
Participatory Exercise
Action Learning
Class Activities
Case Studies
Workshops
Games & Role plays

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