This course provides information on process control related to temperature, flow rate, pressure, components, and so on. The decentralized control system is also explained. The instructor also lectures on the difference between process control and other control technologies.
The aim is for students to understand how to measure and control temperature, level, flow rate, pressure, and components.
1. Overview, 2. Computer system for process control, 3. Adjustment valve for industrial application, 4. Controller in the process,
5. Process production control system, 6. Process control in the oil manufacture refinement
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Overview of process control||Grasping the overview of the process control|
|Class 2||Computer system for process control 1||Grasping the overview of the process control|
|Class 3||Computer system for process control 2||Grasping the overview of the process control|
|Class 4||Adjustment valve for industrial application 1||Grasping the elements of the process control|
|Class 5||Adjustment valve for industrial application 2||Grasping the elements of the process control|
|Class 6||Controller in the process 1||Grasping the elements of the process control|
|Class 7||Controller in the process 2||Grasping the elements of the process control|
|Class 8||Controller in the process 3||Grasping the elements of the process control|
|Class 10||Process production control system 1||Grasping the system|
|Class 11||Process production control system 2||Grasping the system|
|Class 12||Process production control system 3|
|Class 13||Process control in oil manufacturing refinement 1||Grasping the system|
|Class 14||Process control in oil manufacturing refinement 2||Grasping the system|
To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 100 minutes preparing for class and another 100 minutes reviewing class content afterwards (including assignments) for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.
Materials will be provided if necessary.
Report submission will be requested for each topic.