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Industrial Advanced Process Control Design and Optimization

Industrial Advanced Process Control Design and Optimization

Last updated 6/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 6.37 GB | Duration: 13h 5m
Utilize powerful features of the DCS and PLC

What you’ll learn
Learn how to design and build powerful controllers in the DCS/PLC.
Learn PID tuning, feedforward implementation, and parameter specification for all types of DCS/PLC controllers.
Learn how to precisely calculate tuning and other DCS parameters, eliminating guesswork and producing precise, optimized control action.
Learn how to be cautious when activating and commissioning new control schemes, avoiding errors, and initiating a control chain in the correct order.
Recognize when to utilize traditional advanced control and when to utilize multivariable model-predictive control.
Learn how to study a process and its P&IDs and confidently talk to the right people in the plant or control room.
Course on Primary Process Control and Tuning that explains the fundamentals required for this Course. Course can be found on our Udemy profile.
2-year or 4-year degree in engineering or operations. A few months of plant/ engineering experience is desirable, but not required.
Section 1: Introduction to Advanced Process Control
Lecture 1 Need and Benefits of Advanced Process Control
Section 2: Primary Process Control and PID Tuning Terminology Review
Lecture 2 Primary Process Control and PID Control Terminology
Section 3: Transfer Functions
Lecture 3 Transfer Functions – Advanced Concepts
Section 4: Nonlinear Processes and Adaptive Control
Lecture 4 Nonlinear Processes and Adaptive Contol
Section 5: Cascade Control Design
Lecture 5 Cascade PID
Lecture 6 PID Modes: Manual, Auto, Cascade
Lecture 7 PV Tracking, Anti-reset Windup, PID Equations and more
Section 6: Identification of Process Dynamics and why it matters
Lecture 8 Identification of Process Dynamics
Section 7: Constraint Control Strategies using Override Selectors
Lecture 9 Constraint Control Strategies using Override Selectors
Section 8: Feedforward Control
Lecture 10 Feedback and Feedforward control differences and Transfer Funciton calculations
Lecture 11 Important factors of Feedforward Control
Section 9: Ratio Control
Lecture 12 Ratio Control
Section 10: Dead Time Compensation
Lecture 13 Dead Time Compensation and Internal Model Control
Section 11: Decouplers
Lecture 14 Decouplers
Section 12: Inferential and Model-Based Control
Lecture 15 Continuous and Discrete Signals
Lecture 16 Inferential and Model-Based Control
Section 13: Split-Range Control
Lecture 17 Split-Range PID Control
Section 14: Average Temperature Control
Lecture 18 Average Temperature Control and other average variables
Section 15: Tuning and Troubleshooting Illustrations
Lecture 19 PID Tuning troubleshooting
Process Control Engineers, Advanced Process Control Engineers and Instrument Engineers,Lab Technicians and DCS/PLC Technicians,Managers and Supervisors


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