Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering

Course Objectives

Code: MSOG – DE-03

The objective of this course is to impart both concept, practical and hands-on training to the prospective candidates on Instrumentation design and engineering of process plants. The course will be focused to provide industrial exposure to the candidates so that they can be easily absorbed by the industries, EPC contractors and consultants.

Course Contents:
  • Industrial Plants and Processes
  • Engineering drawings and documentation – an overview
  • Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams – symbols, notations, interpretation
  • Instrument Index and IO list
  • Datasheet preparation
  • Instrument and control system specification
  • System Architecture
  • Junction box and cable schedules
  • Instrument Location Plans
  • Instrument Tray Layouts
  • Cable selection and specifications
  • Termination Drawings
  • Loop Drawings
  • Hook up and Installation drawings
  • Bulk Material Take off
  • AC/DC power requirements
  • Instrument Air requirement estimation
  • Hazardous area Classification and Intrinsic safety
  • Installation and loop checking
  • Calibration and commissioning
  • Instrumentation Standards and vocabularies
  • Hands on & Projects

Course Duration

50 hours of class room training and 100 hours of practical exposure over a span of two months

Course Eligibility

  • BE/B Tech in EEE/ECE/Instrumentation/Chemical Engineering
  • Students appearing in Final year
  • Working professionals in relevant industries/field