Basic Control Principles
This is a 1 day course with hands-on process simulation. The three simulations used are:
P&ID Level Control
The PID Level Control model consists of a liquid vessel with single feed and exit streams. The feed to the vessel can be varied by opening an additional feed stream. The vessel is open topped and will overflow if overfilled. A control valve on the exit line is used to set the liquid level in the vessel. A THREE term controller is used to control the valve position. The controller allows the valve position to be set manually, or to be controlled based on the settings made as part of the assignments. A trend display is used to show the response of the system to the settings.
Flow Pressure & Level Control
Temperature Control across a Heat-Exchanger