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Course Distillation Columns (APO02)

Distillation Columns (APO02)

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This lesson introduces the concepts of distillation including the components, operation, and principles of distillation systems. The relationship of process variables such as temperature and pressure is described in relation to the proper operation of a distillation column. The lesson also presents basic and advanced distillation control strategies. <br /><br />
Course Body Types and Trim (ACV01)

Body Types and Trim (ACV01)

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This lesson explains control valve selection factors and demonstrates typical linear and rotary control valve functions and applications. Control valve bodies for several types of valves including globe, butterfly, and ball valves are described. The function and components of valve trim, including the relationship between flow characteristic and trim type is explained. <br /><br />
Course Body and Trim Maintenance (ACV03)

Body and Trim Maintenance (ACV03)

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This lesson applies the concepts and terminology associated with control valve body types and trim, actuators and position to the disassembly, repair, parts replacement and reassembly of linear and rotary action control valves. Symptoms of valve malfunctions, lapping, and post-repair tests are also covered. <br /><br />
Course Controllers and Recorders (APM03)

Controllers and Recorders (APM03)

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This lesson focuses on operation and maintenance of pneumatic controllers and recorders. The lesson teaches how the bellows, relays, links, and levers within a controller are configured to provide proportional, integral, and derivative control modes, both in direct and reverse action. Common maintenance practices are covered, including relay and restrictor cleaning and replacement, along with controller and recorder calibration. <br /><br />
Course Controller Tuning (ACTAV)

Controller Tuning (ACTAV)

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This lesson explains tuning methods and principles behind the three methods of tuning a controller: ultimate, reaction curve, and trial and error. The lesson presents the characteristics of a properly timed process response and relates these to proportional, integral, and derivative control actions. In addition, step-by-step procedures for tuning controllers using each method are demonstrated. <br /><br />
Course Calibration Principles (AIC01)

Calibration Principles (AIC01)

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This lesson introduces basic concepts of instrument calibration. The lesson explains the characteristics of proper instrument performance as well as how to identify common instrument errors. In addition, the steps in a typical calibration procedure are demonstrated. <br /><br />
Course Calibrating Temperature Instruments (AIC03)

Calibrating Temperature Instruments (AIC03)

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This lesson teaches basic procedures for checking the calibration of thermocouples and RTDS, as well as for calibrating temperature instruments including thermocouple transmitters and RTD transmitters. Procedures using thermocouple and RTD tables are presented in addition to calibration steps using a digital temperature calibrator. <br /><br />
Course Calibrating Level Instruments (AIC05)

Calibrating Level Instruments (AIC05)

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This lesson demonstrates the steps for calibrating level instruments. Specifically, the lesson shows set-up procedures for differential pressure transmitters and electronic displacement level transmitters in a variety of applications. <br /><br />
Course Calibrating Pressure and Differential Pressure Instruments (AIC02)

Calibrating Pressure and Differential Pressure Instruments (AIC02)

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This lesson demonstrates the necessary steps for calibrating pressure instruments. The lesson also identifies procedures and set-up equipment for pressure calibration. <br /><br />

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