Process Operations LibraryIn Instrumentation
This three (3) lesson program trains participants how and why control strategies are applied according to process requirements.
PrerequisitesThis curriculum is designed for participants familiar with process control. A knowledge of standard symbols used in process control diagrams, PID control systems, and various process control strategies is also recommended.
DescriptionThis comprehensive INVOLVE® interactive multimedia training program was produced in association with the Instrument Society of America (ISA). This three lesson program trains participants how and why control strategies are applied according to process requirements.
ObjectivesThis program is excellent for control personnel and instrument technicians as well as for the multi- craft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.
This lesson describes the design and operation of various heating and
cooling systems utilized in industrial processes. The lesson also
presents the principles of heat transfer and its effect on heat
exchanger design. In addition, typical control strategies for various
heating and cooling systems are presented.
- Heating and Cooling Systems
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
- Distillation Columns
This lesson introduces industrial batch process systems. The lesson
includes batch process steps, types, and operation as well as batch
process control strategies.
- Batch Process Systems