FPTC 237 Process Control 2

Students will continue to build and understand the concepts introduced in Process Control 1. Students will become more proficient in installing and troubleshootng process control systems. Students will understand the theory of pressure, temperature, level, flow and analytical measurement in manufacturing processes. Students will understand how to connect and configure instrumentation for programmable controllers. Studenst will use proportional-ntegral-derivative (PID) control loop tuning and understand how to install and troubleshoot working systems, using turning and calibration transmitters, indicators, and controllers. Students will interface pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, and electronic devices in a system. Prerequisite: FPTC 236 or Intructor's Permission.

Credits

3.00 Credits

FPTC 237Process Control 2

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I. General Information

Department

II. Course Specification

Credit Hours Narrative

3.00 Credits

III. Catalog Course Description

Students will continue to build and understand the concepts introduced in Process Control 1. Students will become more proficient in installing and troubleshootng process control systems. Students will understand the theory of pressure, temperature, level, flow and analytical measurement in manufacturing processes. Students will understand how to connect and configure instrumentation for programmable controllers. Studenst will use proportional-ntegral-derivative (PID) control loop tuning and understand how to install and troubleshoot working systems, using turning and calibration transmitters, indicators, and controllers. Students will interface pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, and electronic devices in a system. Prerequisite: FPTC 236 or Intructor's Permission.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

VI. Delivery Methodologies