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Describe instrumentation control within a process control system


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P&P3EL

Principles of process control

P&P3EL

Process control

Describe instrumentation control within a process control system

Modules

Topics

Notional Hours

3

3

4

10

TE305Principles of process control

TE305Process control signals

TE305Process control actions

Total Notional Hours


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Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: TUI002/3Describe instrumentation control within a process control system

TE305

Principles of process control

Understand the principle of open and closed loop process control systems

Understand the principle of measuring and controlling process variables by means of manual and automatic process control systems

Understand process variables and the operation of an elementary control system

Understand the terminology associated with process control


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Notional Hours

3

Topic Specification: TE305Principles of Process Control

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Understand typical controllable process variables

  • Understand a simple control system

  • Understand the role of measurement in process control

  • Understand the difference between manual an automatic control systems

  • Are able to explain the difference between open and closed loop control systems assisted by sketches

Demonstrate the principle of process control by using everyday and workplace examples in a group discussion

Use a workplace example of changing from a manual system to an automatic control loop

Self Study

Field visits

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

Attend lectures

HOW

Group Discussions

  • Interpret the process control principles (feedback loop) using a person setting the water temperature for the shower

  • List process variables often controlled and a typical feedback loops used for the control

  • Cite workplace examples where accurate measurement is important in order to control efficiently

  • List a possible workplace example where manual process control could be changed to an automatic system and give reasons for this recommendation

  • Sketch (with captions) open and closed control loop systems

  • Compile all the documents into a document for assessment

Sketch

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

Use checklists

Develop recommendations

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a test/questionnaire


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Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: TUI002/3Describe instrumentation control within a process control system

TE305

Process control signals

Are able to explain and compare the different signal systems and their advantages and disadvantages

Understand working of electrical signal transmission

Understand working of pneumatic signal transmission

Understand working of linear and non-linear transducers

Understand the principle of an analogue signal


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Notional Hours

3

Topic Specification: TE305Process Control Signals

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Understand and are able to explain each of the signal systems

  • Are able to cite advantages and disadvantages of each system

Use self study to investigate different signal systems used in process control

Self Study

Field visits

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

HOW

Attend lectures

Group Discussions

  • List different signal systems, their operating principles, applications, advantages and disadvantages

  • Learners prepare a short presentation on all the aspects of one of these systems

Educational games

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

List / Tabulate

Develop recommendations

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a test/questionnaire


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Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development

US: TUI002/3Describe instrumentation control within a process control system

TE305

Process control actions

Are able to choose the best control options to apply in different process conditions

Understand the working, advantages and disadvantages of reset plus rate control action

Understand the working, advantages and disadvantages of a reset control action

Understand the working, advantages and disadvantages of proportional control actions

Understand the working, advantages and disadvantages of on / off control actions

Understand the principle of process control action options


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Notional Hours

4

Topic Specification: TE305Process Control Actions

Learning Activities

Assignment Description

Topic assessment criteria

Use Multi media

WHAT

  • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners:

  • Understand the different action options available

  • Understand the operating methods of each system

  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of each system

Use self study to understand the action options available to control systems

Self Study

Field visits

Collect Information

Media search

Interview experts

HOW

Attend lectures

Group Discussions

  • List the different action options available, the control methods of each and typical applications

  • Learners prepare a short report on each of the action options to confirm understanding of the subject

Educational games

Case studies

Analyse, plan and make decisions

List / Tabulate

Develop recommendations

Job assignment

Make presentation

Complete documents

Execute, test and evaluate

Draft a report

Complete a test/questionnaire


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