Pneumatics: Tuning Pneumatic Control Systems

SKU: RVI-11174Duration: 60 Minutes

When you tune a control system, you check and adjustment the instruments in the system to ensure that it operates within specified limits. The procedure's a lot like tuning an automobile engine. No two engines are the same, but if you know the engine and you use a logical tuning method, you can probably do the job. Now, in a plant, no two process control systems are exactly the same, but with the right knowledge and resources, you can tune a variety of control systems. In this interactive online course course, we'll look at some of the basic principles of tuning a pneumatic control system. Then, we'll look at the process characteristics that are important in tuning, and we'll examine some common tuning methods. Afterwards, we'll see how an instrument technician tunes a control system. Most of the information that you'll learn from this course can be applied to the pneumatic control systems in your plant.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • By the end of this course, you will be able to:Describe tuning as it relates to a process control system.List common sources of control system tuning information.Describe resistance, capacitance, and dead time as they relate to process control.Describe how to tune the controller using the systematic trial method of tuning.Identify precautions to be taken prior to tuning a controller.
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