SPEE 022 : Distributed Control Systems

SPEE 022 : Distributed Control Systems

  • course description:

    The focus of this course is to introduce the participants to Distributed Control Systems (DCS), their architectures and design process. The course investigates the different elements involved with DCS systems from ergonomic design considerations to communication protocols and system reporting. In addition, the course sheds light on alarm system management in DCS and related issues. The course also investigates typical DCS applications, discusses practical related issues, and compares between various DCS vendors.

  • course learning outcomes:

    At the end of the course, the participants will be able to;
    - Procure a solid understanding of the architecture and operation of Distributed Control Systems (DCSs).
    - Have ability to design the overall DCS and process control system.
    - Comprehend understanding of the key ergonomic issues in design of operator displays.
    - Use more effectively existing DCS process control capabilities.
    - Design and create a consistent and effective alarm philosophy for your installation.
    - Recognize and deal with human problems in interfacing to alarm Systems.

  • Course outlines:

    - Introduction to DCS systems, DCS programming, and DCS elements.
    - DCS communication protocols in DCS, and DCS system’s reporting.
    - Operator Interface.
    - Maintenance considerations.
    - DCS typical applications.
    - Advanced control strategies.
    - Alarm system management for DCS.
    - Comparison of offering from DCS vendors.

  • practical aspects of the course:

    - Apply advanced control strategies to control systems.
    - Design and implement a DCS and process control systems.
    - Design and interface with alarm systems.

  • who should attend?

    - Control engineers, managers, and supervisors.
    - Technicians with 5 years of experience.

  • duration:

    5 Days

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