Introduction to Process Control
16th October 2008, Glasgow
This meeting has since been held. (Register your interest for the next course here.)
This one day course will provide process and chemical engineers with a practical appreciation of process control – including how control works; the key components of a control loop; what makes control difficult and different control strategies. An understanding of how process design decisions effect control loop operation is vital to ensure the plant performs as well as it can. The course material presents a practical perspective of process control, with real world examples. Whilst control can be treated very mathematically, this course contains very little and will augment what may have been provided in more academic courses. The course does not assume any prior knowledge of process control – however a basic familiarity with the terms used in process plant control systems would allow delegates to maximise their benefit.
The course will be held in Premier Travel Inn, George Street, Glasgow (map and travel directions).
|09:15||Introduction to Control|
|09:30||Elements of a Control System|
|10.15||Process Dynamics & Control|
|11:30||Computer Based Exercise - "Obtaining Process Dynamics"|
|12:00||Applying Control to the Process|
|13:00||Applying Control to the Process (cont.)|
|13:45||Computer Based Exercise - "PID Tuning"|
|14:45||What Makes Control Difficult|
|15:45||Overview of Enhanced Process Control|