Date: ON REQUEST
Instrumentation remains the key to understanding, operating and controlling oil and gas and other industry equipment and facilities. Pre-requisite for this course is a minimum of City and Guilds Intermediate Certificate in Electrical Technology.
To increase participants knowledge of electronics component and their applications in industrial measurement and control. On completion, delegates will be able to:
*Identify and test electronic component and sketch/describe simple electronic circuits
*Describe the operation of integrated circuits and State advantages of electronics instruments
*Use electronic test equipment like multimeters, oscilloscopes, signal generators in troubleshooting electronic electronic circuits
*Describe the operating principles of electronic process transmitter and signal converter
*Sketch and describe the operating principles of a microprocessor-based system
Using signal generator (circuit, voltage, frequency); reading and interpreting relay logic and interlock drawings; calibrating and testing of process loop (4-20mA); calibrating RTD, thermocouples instruments; troubleshoot proximity and limit switches circuits, troubleshooting and maintain electronics transmitters; troubleshooting shutdown and permissive’s loops; identify and glanding cables, maintain transducers (I/P, P/I, F/I).
Introduction to the design, construction and characteristics of electrical and electronics components, electronic circuits (transmitter and diode circuits). Operational amplifiers, magnetic amplifiers, silicon controlled rectifiers. Basic principles of multimeters, oscilloscope, signal generators, electronic process transmitters and signal converters, relays and speed solenoid valves. Microprocessor architecture, digital control systems, fire and gas detection systems.
Faculty: Dr Pascal Enyinna, Electronics Dept.,University of Port Harcourt and Engr Benard Egburedi, practicing Instrumentation Electronics/Electrical Engineer.