Principles of Process Analysis CD-ROM
lesson introduces participants to the principles
of process analysis. The advantages of process analysis
for industry are discussed and the scientific
principles of the various process
analysis methods, such as spectrometry,
chromatography, electrochemical and
physical property analysis are described.
Spectroscopic Analyzers CD-ROM - This
lesson introduces participants to spectroscopic
analyzers and describes their principles
of operation, components, and measurements. Various analyzer
configurations are explained and the
operation of mass spectrometers is
Gas Chromatographs CD-ROM - This lesson
introduces participants to gas chromatography
and describes gas chromatograph principles
of operation and components.
Air and Water Analysis CD-ROM
lesson trains participants to apply the
concepts and terminology associated with
the principles of process analysis
to air and water analysis.
Process Sampling Systems CD-ROM - This
lesson introduces participants to the
tenets of sound simple handling system
design for process analyzers and covers
each of the major sections usually
interface, sample transport, sample
conditioning, and sample disposal.
Tuning CD-ROM -
Provides an explanation of tuning methods
and principles behind the three methods
of tuning a controller: ultimate,
reaction curve, and trial and error.
Instrumentation: Smart Transmitters CD-ROM
This lesson introduces digital electronics
and teaches the principles of operation,
the functions of the electronic components,
and the signal characteristics.
Instrumentation: Single Loop Digital Controllers
- Course that covers the principles of operation,
characteristics, and capabilities
of single loop digital controllers,
including controller components and
signal processing capabilities.
Control: Distributed Control Fundamentals
This lesson provides an understanding of
the fundamentals of Distributed Control
Systems (DCS). The evolution
of computer control systems is discussed
and the architecture of contemporary
DCS is described.
Control: Maintaining Distributed Control
Systems CD-ROM -
This course introduces the general
maintenance requirements of a distributed
control system. It covers troubleshooting
techniques using DCS self-diagnostics
and the various diagnostics displays
available to the technician.
Maintenance: Pressure and Temperature Transmitters
lesson introduces electronic transmitter
maintenance focusing on pressure and temperature
transmitters. The lesson describes the components
of a typical pressure or temperature
transmitter, its functions, adjustments,
inspections, and repairs.
Maintenance: Flow Transmitters CD-ROM
lesson introduces the inspection and repair
of electronic flowmeters by demonstrating
maintenance procedures for vortex shedding,
turbine, magnetic, and mass electronic
Maintenance: Level and Weight Transmitters
This lesson describes the operation, applications,
and maintenance of ultrasonic, capacitance,
conductivity, and radiation level
lesson also explains the functions
and operation of weighing systems.
Maintenance: Transducers, Annunciators,
and Recorders CD-ROM - This
lesson teaches routine maintenance requirements
and calibration procedures for transducers,
recorders, and annunciators. The lesson
provides a basic understanding of
the functions of I/p, P/i, and E/i transducers,
multipen and multipoint recorders and annunciators.
Maintenance: Electronic Controllers CD-ROM
This lesson presents routine maintenance
requirements and calibration procedures
for electronic controllers. The lesson
shows how controller circuitry works
and how to adjust and calibrate each
of its component sections:
the display, the alarm circuitry,
and the control circuitry.
of Industrial Measurement: Pressure
Measurement CD-ROM - This lesson
presents the basic principles of pressure
measurement and applications of direct
and inferred pressure measurement
pressure instruments are presented
including manometers, mechanical pressure
sensors, and transducers.
of Industrial Measurement: Level Measurement
CD-ROM - This lesson describes the
fundamentals of level measurement
and the sensors employed. Applications for both direct and
indirect level measurement are covered including
float-type devices, hydrostatic head and
differential pressure measurements,
as well as electrical, ultrasonic,
and radiation instruments.
of Industrial Measurement: Flow Measurement
CD-ROM - This lesson describes the
properties of fluids that are a factor
in the measurement of their flow. In addition, the lesson explains how differential
pressure measurements can be used
to determine flow rate.
of Industrial Measurement: Temperature
Measurement CD-ROM - This lesson presents the
basic principles of temperature measurement
and the application of temperature
Process Control: Single-Loop Control
CD-ROM - This lesson presents the
principles of single-loop control
and the applications of feedback control
in the industrial environment.
Process Control: Multiple-Loop Control
CD-ROM - This lesson explains the
application of multiple-loop control
strategies to industrial process control
Calibration: Calibration Principles CD-ROM
lesson introduces basic concepts of instrument
calibration. The lesson explains the characteristics
of proper instrument performance as
well as how to identify common instrument
Calibration: Calibrating Pressure
and Differential Pressure Instruments
lesson demonstrates the necessary steps
for calibrating pressure instruments. The lesson also identifies procedures
and set up equipment for pressure
Calibration: Calibrating Temperature Instruments
lesson teaches basic procedures for checking
the calibration of thermocouples and RTDs,
as well as for calibrating temperature
instruments including thermocouple
transmitters and RTD transmitters.
Calibration: Calibrating Flow Instruments
CD-ROM - This lesson demonstrates
procedures for calibration of flow
instruments. The lesson specifically explains
calibration of differential pressure
transmitters, magnetic flowmeters,
vortex shedding flowmeters, and mass
Calibration: Calibrating Level Instruments
This lesson demonstrates the steps for calibrating
Specifically, the lesson shows
set up procedures for differential
pressure transmitters and electronic
displacement level transmitters in
a variety of applications.
Process Control Diagrams CD-ROM
lesson introduces the common instrument
and line symbols and notations used
on process control and loop diagrams.
Heating and Cooling Systems CD-ROM
lesson describes the design and operation
of various heating and cooling systems
utilized in industrial processes.
Distillation Columns CD-ROM -
introduces the concepts of distillation
including the components, operation, and
principles of distillation systems.
Batch Process Systems CD-ROM - This lesson
introduces industrial batch process
lesson includes batch process steps,
types, and operation as well as batch
process control strategies.
Single-Loop Control Systems CD-ROM
lesson describes the systematic approach
to troubleshooting and applies that
approach to single loop control systems.
Multi-Loop Control Systems CD-ROM - This lesson discusses the
application of the steps for applying
the systematic approach to troubleshooting
multi-loop control systems
Distributed Control Systems CD-ROM
lesson applies a systematic process
for identifying, isolating, and correcting
process system problems to distributed
control systems (DCS).
and Actuators Series - 2
video set that includes Introduction to
Control Valves and Selection and
Sizing of Valves and Actuators.
Set of 12 videos covering solid state devices,
integrated circuits and op amps, sensor
and transducer principles, transmitters,
transducers, controllers, indicators
and recorders, tuning, sampling systems
and gas chromatograph valves, gas
chromatograph ovens and controllers,
spectroscopic analyzers, instrument
loop troubleshooting and electrochemical
- 4 tape set that covers temperature, pressure,
level and flow.
- 15 tape video set covering feedback
control, process control modes, process
characteristics, process variables,
instrumentation systems, instrument loop
diagrams, mechanical connections, electrical
connections, primary calibration standards,
pneumatic test equipment, electronic
test equipment, oscilloscopes, instrumentation
errors, instrument calibration, and process
and instrumentation diagrams.
Series - 3
tape set covering principles of calibration,
calibrating pressure and temperature
instruments, and calibrating flow and level
and Digital Devices Series
- 14 tapes that
cover digital device fundamentals,
Microprocessors, microcomputers, fiber
optics, digital controllers, programmable
logic controllers, programming PLCs,
troubleshooting PLCs, introduction to
distributed control, DCS maintenance, data
communications, data communications
maintenance, vibration measurement and
practical vibration monitoring.
Fundamentals of Industrial Instrumentation
and Process Control - The text provides a thorough exposition of
electrical components -- both analog and digital -- pneumatics, actuators, and
regulators and details their application to the industrial process.
of Instruments & Systems -
Learn maintenance and troubleshooting
from the experts who have maintained
both pneumatic and single-loop electrical/electronic
devices as well as higher-level, microprocessor-based