COURSE #IE-110

PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL


...a fresh look at the practical aspects of Instrumentation and Control in the industrial environment...


Industry pursuit of increasingly stringent process control and safety requirements led to an early adaptation of computational techniques in this field. Today, a wide range of computing devices, ranging from imbedded microprocessors to dedicated computers, is commonly employed throughout the industry. This class explores the technical foundations of process and control instrumentation in use, and covers the practical aspects of its deployment and control.

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This course addresses both general and specific knowledge of the field of Instrumentation and Industrial Process Control, which is invaluable to Plant Planners, Plant and Operations Managers, Engineers, and Technical Personnel who wish to enhance their understanding of the practical issues associated with I & C Planning, Installation and Maintenance. The class is intended for technical personnel and managers who would like to learn about the field of I&C in a condensed time frame from a practical point of view, and to communicate with I&C personnel. This course has no prerequisites; however, prior technical training in engineering, sciences or equivalent experience will be helpful.

Course Outline:

Text:

Condensed Handbook of Measurement and Control 2nd edition, ISA, N.E. Battikha


About the Instructor


N.E. (Bill) Battikha, P.Eng., has over 30 years of experience in the field of Process Instrumentation and Control, working primarily in the USA and Canada. Bill has taught numerous Instrumentation and Control courses, at many universities and for the ISA. He co-authored a patent and wrote three books on Instrumentation and Controls, all published by the ISA. The most recent is an ISA bestseller. He is an active member of a number of standards committees, has presented papers at international conferences, has written articles for major technical magazines, and publishes an on-line quarterly newsletter on Instrumentation and Control. Bill's engineering experience includes the development of engineering standards and control philosophies. He has contributed to all phases of planning, design, implementation and verification of in-plant systems. Bill is now the president of BergoTech Inc., a firm specializing in Instrumentation and Control engineering and expert witness services.

Bill holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario and the ISA.


Details:

Course: IE-110 Duration: 4 Days FEE: $1,599 CEUs: 2.88




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