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Process Control for Non control Engineers

Process Control for Non control Engineers

Bandung | March 29-31-April 1, 2010 | USD 917,-/ Person


Course Content?


  • Basic concepts
  • Definitions
  • Overview of pressure, level, temperature and flow
  • Overview of valves


  • Principles
  • Sources
  • Transducers and elements
  • Specifications
  • Installation issues


  • Principles
  • Simple sight glasses
  • Buoyancy tape systems
  • Hydrostatic pressure
  • Ultrasonic measurement
  • Radiation measurement
  • Electrical measurement
  • Density measurement
  • Installation issues


  • Principles
  • Thermocouples
  • Resistance temperature detectors
  • Thermistors
  • Liquid-in-glass, filled, bimetallic
  • Pyrometers
  • Installation issues


  • Principles
  • Differential pressure flowmeters
  • Open channel flow measurement
  • Oscillatory flow measurement
  • Magnetic flow measurement
  • Positive displacement
  • Ultrasonic flow measurement
  • Mass flow measurement
  • Installation issues


  • Principles
  • Control valve types
  • Selection
  • Characteristics / trim
  • Noise and cavitation
  • Actuators and positioners
  • Installation issues


  • Open Loop
  • Closed Loop, feedback loop
  • On-off Controllers
  • Controller Proportional
  • Controller Proportional + Integral
  • Controller Proportional + Integral + Derivative


  • Methode Cohen Coon
  • Methode Ziegler and Nichols
  • Optimum setting


  • Introductions to:
  • Control Feed-forward
  • Ratio Control
  • Override Control
  • Batch Control
  • Adaptive Control System
  • Advanced Process Control

Course Leader:

DR. Sutanto Hadisupadmo; He has more than 15-years experiences as instructor on Instrumentation, Measurement Control & System, PLC, DCS Programming, Advance Process Control, etc.  His professional education started on Engineering Physics, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB-1977), Diplome Universite in Energetique, Universite de Prepignan, France (1985), Magister Engineering in Instrumentation and Control (ITB) and Doctor (ITB).  As lecturer at Department of Engineering Physics Department-ITB, he active doing research, writes book/hands-out and published.  As professional he has handled many projects in Instrumentation Process, Tools Evaluation, Transmitter, General Instrumentation Specification Evaluation, Commercial Building Power Audit, Maintenance Management Evaluation, etc. To get more advance information and knowledge he has participated in domestic and overseas training, seminar, course and conference as participant or speakers.


General Information

Certificate of Appreciation

All attendees will receive a certificate of appreciation attesting to their participant in the training. This certificate will be providing in exchange for a completed training questionnaire.


  • Quality training material kits will be on registration, additional papers, & handouts assignment by Our Partner.
  • Note-taking by participants is encourage. However, to ensure free and open discussions, no formal records will be kept.
  • Casual clothing is recommended. The training atmosphere is informal.


  • Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy)
  • Quality training kits included calculator, T-shirt or jacket, cap, ect.
  • Interactive presentation with discussion
  • Convenient training facilities with five star quality
  • Lunch per day
  • Morning and afternoon coffee / tea breaks for along the training
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Local drop and pick up for arrival and departure between airport to hotel.
  • Half day city tour at the end of training session following by dinner with entertainment  (Optional)
  • Exclusive flash disk.


Tuition Fee & Registration  Deadline

    • USD 917,-/ Person
    • Discount 10 % if register three or more persons from one company.
    • Registration deadline a weeks before training held.


      Minimum Participant

      This training will be conducted if we receive registration letter from 3 (three) participants (Minimum)


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