Instrumentation And Calibration

COURSE OBJECTIVE
Instrumentation And Calibration is a course that empowers participants with modern and cost effective skills on how to carry out an effective instrumentation processes.

TARGET GROUP
CONTENTS
1. Measurement Systems Units and Standards
Metric units System
Natural Units System
Non-standard unit systems
Process and instrument diagrams
System functions & Specification
Traceability of Measurement standards

2. Instrument and Process Calibration
Basics of calibration process
ISO-17025 general requirements for calibration laboratories
ISO-9000 quality system management
Calibration set up and techniques for:
Calibration results analysis

3. Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning
System Components and Principles
Data Acquisition board and Component of A/O Board
Chassis- to-digital and digital-analog conversion
Voltage to Voltage and Current to Current
Resistance to Voltage and Capacitance to Voltage
Comparator
Parts of the typical control loop

4. Sensors and Transducers
Terminology and classification
Relays and action valves
Power Supply regulation
Pneumatic and hydraulic pressure concepts
Temperature sensors and applications

5. Signal integrity and Quality
Signal Accuracy, Span and Linearity
Digital signal filters
Loops and analog signals
Signal quality terminology
Sources of error
Design example

6. Hazardous Area Instrumentation
Typical Faults in instrumentation Systems
Troubleshooting and corrective measures
Classification of hazardous locations
Principles and Practices of reduction of hazards, sealing.
Non intrinsic and intrinsically safe systems, design and evaluation
Degree of protection

DURATION
5 Days
Level: 1,2,3