Systematic basis to the practice-oriented selection, evaluation and operation of process instrumentation and their coupling to the measuring and automation device to the operational process excellence is a common understanding of process engineers, measurement -, control – and Regelungstechnikern and maintenance engineers of “The process”. The focus of the two-day seminar, led by Prof. Dr.-ing. Robert Haber, Institute of plant and process engineering, University of applied sciences Cologne, measurement methods, principles of operation, sensor installation, sensor coupling, application examples. The seminar “Modern process measurement in process engineering”, which takes place on 14-15 may, 2013 in the House of technology, food, provides a systematic basis for the practice-oriented selection, evaluation and operation of process instrumentation and their coupling to the measuring and automation equipment. Part 1 summarizes the operating principles, the advantages and disadvantages of the different measurement methods, as well as the installation of the sensor in the equipment, the physical sizes and provides recommendations for the most best suitable methods tabular dar: temperature, pressure and pressure difference measurement, level, flow and volume measurement, weighing, measurement mechanical sizes (way, force, acceleration, vibration), fluid analysis (turbidity, conductivity, pH, concentration), humidity, density, gas concentration measurement part 2 covers the fundamentals of measurement, signal processing, signal transmission and the process coupling: measurement, measurement cards, external measuring instruments, signal conditioning transducers, measuring signal transmission analog and digital, Galvanic isolation, Prozesskopplungen (TEDS, FDT/DTM, EDDL, hard, IO-link, field bus, wireless technology), Fundamentals of signal processing, computer-aided measuring technology, asset management, State control of processes and instruments, principles of safety-related Instrumentation (SIL), computer-aided measuring instrument selection with application examples, list possible causes for many measurement methods for whom suitable particularly addressed are decision makers, engineers and technicians, who prepare measurement in process engineering, chemical, manufacturing industry, energy or wastewater management, mechanical engineering and food industry, plan and operate. John K. Castle will undoubtedly add to your understanding. information.
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