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Primary Process Control and PID Tuning

Primary Process Control and PID Tuning

Published 05/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 18 lectures (7h 49m) | Size: 3.63 GB

What you’ll learn
Learn how to tune PID controllers in any DCS/PLC
Learn how to troubleshoot problems, dampen/eliminate oscillations
Learn how to improve controller performance
Gain tremendous confidence in PID tuning on live DCS/PLC’s in actual operating plants
Learn many important and practical concepts about DCS/PLC operations
Gain knowledge on how to maximize rates, which directly increase the plant’s bottom-line profits
Control room experience as a technician, operator or engineer is desirable, but not required.
The course is built around PIControl Solutions softwares. After enrolling for the course, you will receive a one-month free trial license.
This course addresses the needs of control room operators, DCS technicians, process control engineers, applications engineers, and anyone else responsible for PID tuning in the plant. Many new personnel enter the control room these days; there are numerous types of processes and different DCS and PLC systems.
This course starts with the basics of process control, explains the PID equation in the time domain, and then trains using three powerful PID tuning, real-time simulation/optimization, and grading software products.
In a remarkably short time, students learn to optimally tune PIDs and make process changes on distillation columns, reactors, tanks, compressors, flow controllers, and heat exchangers using modern real-time simulator software.
The software also has automatic grading capability, so at the end of the course, the software generates a report card on the PID tuning skills of each attendee.
This course provides a good foundation, skills, and knowledge for all DCS/PLC-related tag building; control scheme design in a DCS/PLC; and the ability to calculate tuning parameters not only for PIDs but other control schemes without the old trial-and-error method but scientifically.
The following topics are covered in this course
Introduction to Industrial Process Control, Process Control Terminology, and Definitions
Manipulated Variables, Controlled Variables, Disturbance/Feedforward Variables, Process Control Dynamics, and Process Transfer Functions
Open Loop Dynamics
Time Domain and Laplace Domain PID Equation
PID Examples in the Time Domain with Calculation Illustrations Process Control Schematics
Positional and Velocity Forms of the PID Equation PID Simulations using Pitops and Simcet
PID Algorithms in Their Advanced FormsSimulating Noise and Process Disturbances Filter Action and Filter Time Constants
Estimating the Correct Filter Time Constant in DCS or PLC
Hands-On Lab (Practical) Sessions Using Real-Time PID Simulator Software
Optimal Tuning Theory and Calculations
Error Criteria for PID Tuning and Quantifying Control Quality Typical PID Tuning Parameters for Various Types of Processes
Optimal Tuning Using Pitops Simulator with Disturbances, Noise, and Setpoint Changes Estimating Process Dynamics from DCS Trends and Operator Knowledge Transforming Process Operating Information into Controller Tuning
DCS Attributes and Features: Controller Modes
PV Tracking
The Importance of Derivative Action, When to Use or Not to Use Derivative Estimating, and Scientifically Derivative Tuning Parameter
Procedures for conducting Step Tests in the Plant
Continue Hands-On Lab (Practical) Sessions Using Simulator Software Cascade Control Basics
SP/OP Tracking, Bumpless Transfer
Timed Tests using a Training Simulator for Testing
Who this course is for
This course is designed for DCS Technicians, Plant Operators, Instrument Engineers, Process Engineers and Process Control Engineers.


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