MECEF-DP Mechanical Engineering Technology

Courses and Descriptions

ENGI-1049Industrial Process Control

A continuation of Instrumentation & Control (MECH444), this course introduces systems used in industrial control processes, from advanced analog and digital concepts and linear control systems (their types, and applications) to pneumatic and electronic control systems. Sampling/processing is presented to demonstrate the necessity for analog to digital and digital to analog conversion of controlled variables. Advanced programmable logic controller concepts are developed. The student formulates and tests their programmed solutions to real-world process control and automation scenarios involving signal sampling and processing of analog information, and participates in the selection and interfacing of any input (sensor) device and output (actuator) device necessary to fulfill programmed solutions. An introduction to general principles of Energy Management and Energy Audits completes the course.

Prerequisites

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