Introduction to Process Control
This basic level course is aimed at technicians, operators and new graduates working in a process control environment. The course combines computer based learning together with some lecture based learning to reinforce the ideas through real-life examples.
All presented topics will be supported by practical engineering examples and will arm trainees with efficient approach to tackle real-life problems. Lectures and Hands-On sessions will provide a methodology and step-by-step guide of using all presented algorithms in their engineering practice.
The course will be held in Glasgow - Venue information to follow
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|09.15||How a Control System Works|
|10.00||Process Dynamics and Control|
|11.15||Hands-On Session: Obtaining Process Dynamics|
|12.45||Applying Control to the Process|
|14.30||Hands-On Session: PID Tuning|
|15.15||What Makes Control Difficult|
|16.15||Overview of Enhanced Process Control|