Process Controller Tuning
comprises of a comprehensive selection of material which is invaluable
for all automation, production and process engineers:
control review: Control
loops, Control schemes, Process stability,
2. Open loop
process identification: Dead time
and time constant, Step
testing; single and double pulse
methods, the Tangent method, the New
Reformulated Tangent Method ©, the New
numerical technique ©, and
examples and problems.
controller setting: Tuning
rules: Zieglar-Nichols and Cohen-Coon,
worked examples and problems.
algorithms, PID parameters & characteristics, and
mode of control.
tuning techniques: Fine
tuning strategies, the New quick tuning chart ©,
analysis, and worked examples and problems.
disturbance and set point change tests.
control tuning strategies.
controller tuning for level, flow, temperature
and pressure control loops.
Process Measurement, Control Valve & Safety Devices
This course contains all the information
engineers require to fully utilise instrumentations
in order to ensure accurate results and that the utmost safety is
maintained during process
1. Introduction: Terminology and engineering units.
2. Fundamentals of process control.
3. Process measurements: Temperature, pressure, level, flow and
(including pH, conductivity, DO, ORP and turbidity), and the sizing,
4. Control valves: Principles and sizing.
5. Safety devices:
sizing and applications.
6. Trouble shooting techniques.
7. Common faults with sensors.
8. Care and maintenance.
techniques and a calibration demonstration.