Instrumentation Training in Lahore

Instrumentation
Instrumentation

Burraq Engineering Solutions is offering physical training of basic instrumentation. BES is best Technical Institute in Lahore which is providing online instrumentation training for all over the Pakistan. We are serving in the field on Electrical Automation and Electrical Engineering with experience of 8 years and 5000 + students, so all fresh graduates and young engineers are invited to join our job-oriented training sessions of instrumentation & control training. Due to increase in online education trend we launched a platform Lyskills from where you can get access to our online video training in very low price.

 Fee: 15,000

Duration: 3 Weeks

Timing:  9AM-11AM, 11AM-1PM, 1PM-3PM, 3PM-5PM, 5PM-7PM, 7PM-9PM

INSTRUMENTATION COURSE OUTLINE

  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction to instrumentation
  3. and their applications
  4. Digital and analog
  5. instrumentation
  6. Measurement terminologies and
  7. principles of different measurement techniques.
  8. Unit Dimension and Standards
  9. Fundamental and derived units, electrical units
  10. Frequency, voltage, current, resistance,
  11. capacitance and inductance standards
  12. Types of bridges for
  13. measurements
  14. AC and DC Bridges
  15. Resistance, capacitance and inductance bridges,
  16. The Wagner ground and commercial RLC bridges
  17. 3.Transducers
  18. Types of Transducer
  19. based on Quantity to be Measured
  20. Temperature transducers (e.g. a thermocouple)
  21. Thermistors NTC/PTC
  22. Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) (pt100)
  23. Thermocouples j,k,l types
  24. Semiconductor-Based Sensors
  25. Pressure transducers
  26. Strain gauges
  27. Capacitance Pressure Transducers
  28. Potentiometric Pressure Transducers
  29. Resonant Wire Pressure Transducers
  30. The Barometer:
  31. The Aneroid Barometer
  32. The Siphon Barometer
  33. The Diaphragm Pressure Gauge
  34. The Bourdon Gauge
  35. Piezometer or Pressure Tube
  36. Manometers:
  37. The U-Tube Manometer (The Double Column Manometer):
  38. The Inclined Tube Manometer:
  39. Single Column Manometer:
  40. Inverted U-Tube Manometer:
  41. Micro Manometer (U-Tube with Enlarged Ends):
  42. Displacement/position  transducers (e.g. LVDT)
  43. Potentiometer
  44. Strain gauge
  45. Capacitive sensors
  46. Oscillator Transducer
  47. Flow transducers
  48. Differential Pressure Flow Meters
  49. Positive Displacement Flow Meters
  50. Velocity Flow Meters
  51. Mass Flow Meters
  52. Open Channel Flow Meters
  53. Vision andImaging Sensors
  54. Radiation
  55. Sensors
  56. Proximity
  57. Sensors
  58. Photoelectric
  59. Sensors
  60. Particle
  61. Sensors
  62. Motion
  63. Sensors
  64. Metal Sensors
  65. Level Sensors
  66. Leak Sensors
  67. Humidity
  68. Sensors
  69. Gas and
  70. Chemical Sensors
  71. Force Sensors
  72. Flaw Sensors
  73. Flame Sensors
  74. Electrical
  75. Sensors
  76. Contact
  77. Sensors
  78. Non-Contact
  79. Sensors
  80. Types of Transducer based on
  81. the Principle of Operation
  82. Photovoltaic (e.g. a solar cell)
  83. Piezoelectric transducer
  84. Chemical
  85. Mutual induction
  86. Electromagnetic
  87. Hall effect
  88. Photoconductors
  89. Primary & Secondary Transducer
  90. Analog & Digital Transducer
  91. Transducer & Inverse Transducer
  92. Active and passive transducers
  93. Conditions for selection of Transducer Types
  94. Dynamic Range
  95. Repeatability
  96. Noise
  97. Hysteresis
  98. Measuring
  99. Instruments
  100. Oscilloscopes
  101. Signal generators
  102. Spectrum analyzers
  103. Network analyzer
  104. Impedance analyzers
  105. Logic analyzers
  106. DC ammeters, DC voltmeters and resistance
  107. measurements
  108. DC meter calibration
  109. AC Indicating Meters
  110. Energy meters
  111. Half wave and full wave rectifier meters
  112. Single phase wattmeter and energy measurement
  113. meters
  114. Instrument transformers (CT and PT)
  115. Analog Electronic Meters:
  116. The d’Arsonval movement  galvanometer
  117. Transistor voltmeter circuits and operational
  118. amplifier voltmeter circuits
  119. Universal Instrumentation
  120. amplifiers
  121. AC electronic voltmeters and current and
  122. resistance measurement.
  123. Digital Multimeters:
  124. Digital voltmeter, ohm meters and current meter.
  125. 5.Industrial
  126. Communication Techniques
  127. RS232, RS 422, RS 423, RS 485,
  128. IEEE488 (GPIB)
  129. Serial, Bus, and Ethernet Technology
  130. Ethernet or CSMA/CD
  131. Converters
  132. Analog to digital converter,
  133. Types of ADC circuits flash ADCs
  134. Sigma Delta converters
  135. Analog to Digital convertors
  136. types
  137. Successive approximation
  138. register (SAR) converters
  139. Integrating or Dual-slope
  140. Converters
  141. Digital to Analog converter and their implementation
  142. 7.Grounding
  143. Shielding and Noise
  144. Different Noise categories
  145. Signal to noise ratio and noise figure
  146. Interference and external sources of
  147. interference
  148. Grounds, ground faults and ground loops
  149. Common mode noise
  150. Shielding and filtering
  151. 8.Instrumentation
  152. Signaling and Plant Applications
  153. Analog or Modulating
  154. Digital or On/Off
  155. Real-Time Data Acquisition and Processing
  156. Systems
  157. Electronic devices for signal sampling and
  158. quantification,
  159. Sampling rate calculation for data acquisition
  160. systems
  161. 9.Introduction
  162. to Statistical Quality Control
  163. Utilizing Trend charts to determine if a
  164. process is out of control
  165. Evaluating and fixing problems utilizing
  166. Fishbone Diagrams and Pareto Charts