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PG Diploma in Industrial Instrumentation

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PG Diploma in Instrumentation Course

A Post graduate Instrumentation Technology degree is the Post Graduate Diploma in Instrumentation. The art and science of measurement and control is known as instrumentation technology. A device that measures and/or adjusts process variables such as flow, temperature, level, or pressure is known as an instrument. Instruments comprise a wide range of devices that range from basic valves and transmitters to complicated analyzers. The training is quite significant and important, and it will give students with numerous work prospects upon completion. Best PG Diploma in Instrumentation Course Certification Training in India UAE Saudi Arabia Qatar Africa. 100% placement assistance with no cost EMI.

  • Fundamentals of Industrial Instrumentation
  • Instrumentation Applications
  • Functional Elements of Instruments
  • Terminology used in Industrial Standards
  • Transducers and Sensors
  • Process Variables and Calibration
  • Circuit designing using Relay
  • Relay Logic
  • Relay Schematic and Wiring
  • Proximity Sensors
  • Basics of Pressure Measurement
  • Methods of Pressure Measurement
  •  Manometer
    • U Tube
    • Well Type
    • Inclined Type
  •  Mechanical Type
    • Bourdon Tube
    • Diaphragm
    • Bellows
    • Capsule
  •  Electrical Type
    • Piezo Electric
    • Strain Gauge
    • Capacitive Type
  • Pressure Gauges and Gauge Protection Methods
  • Pressure Switches and Air Regulator
  • Calibration of Pressure Measuring Instruments
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  • Basics of Temperature Measurement
  • Temperature Gauges: Industrial Thermometers
  • Temperature Switches
  • Temperature Sensing Elements
  •  RTD
  •  Thermocouple
  •  Thermistors
  •  Radiation Pyrometers
  • Calibration and testing of Temperature Measuring Instruments
  • Basics of Level Measurement
  • Laws Ruling Level Measurements
  • Industrial Level Measuring Techniques
  •  Direct Methods
    • Level Gauges and Level Switches
    • Float, Capacitance and Magnetic types
  •  Indirect Methods
    • Pressure Operated
    • Buoyancy Operated
  • Capacitance Operated
  • Ultrasonic and Radar Level Gauging
  • Basics of Flow Measurement
  • Flow Principles and Technologies
  • Flow Measuring Units
  • Types of Flow Measuring Instruments
  •  Differential Pressure Type Flow Meters
  •  Variable Area Type
  •  Mechanical Type
    • Displacement Type
    • Turbine Type
  •  Electrical Type
    • Magnetic Flow Meter
    • Ultrasonic Flow Meter
    • Vortex Flow Meter
  •  Mass Flow Meters
    • Thermal Type
    • Coriolis Type
  • Basics of Transmitter Working
  • Types of Transmitters
  •  Pneumatic
  •  Electronic
    • Analog Transmitters
    • SMART Transmitters
  • HART Protocol
  • Calibration, Loop Checking, Functional Testing, Trouble Shooting and Maintenance
  • various types of Transmitters
  • Different Classification of Control Valves
  •  Based on Different types of Actuators
  •  Based on Control Valve Stem Movement and Valve plugs
  •  Based on Control Valve Characteristics
  • Basic parts of a Control Valve
  • Overhauling of Valves
  • Control Valve Accessories
  •  I/P Converter
  •  Valve Positioner
  •  Volume Booster
  •  Limit Switches
  • Calibration, Trouble shooting, Stroke Checking and maintenance of control valves
  • Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)
  • Instrument Loop Diagram
  • Hookup Diagram
  • Instrument Index
  • Instrument data sheet
  • Calibration Checklists
  • Cause and Effect Diagram
  • Instrument Fittings
  • Instrument Tubing
  • Instrument Cables
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Instrumentation engineering refers to the study of measurement and control of the process variables in the manufacturing or production area. Control engineering also referred to as Control Systems Engineering, refers to an engineering discipline that uses control theory to create systems that exhibit the desired behavior.

Instrumentation engineers work in a variety of industries and increase the efficiency of processes while ensuring stability, reliability, and safety as well. Candidates who study the instrumentation engineering course learn about adding sensors to systems with recorders, transmitters, and displays as well as control and monitoring systems. They also need to investigate the proper calibrating of these instruments, whether they’re operating correctly and, consequently, test them, and then maintain these instruments for the future. Nowadays, Instrumentation engineering graduates’ are not just limited to engineering firms but are a part of aerospace, defence contractors machine learning biomedical companies, and so on.

Instrumentation Course and Scope in Engineering

A qualified engineer in Instrumentation can choose the work areas like railways, automation, and MNCs, construction, manufacturing Machinery as well as control and monitoring systems. The median pay for new Engineers in Instrumentation is INR 6 lakh and more than. In India, there are top-tier institutes/universities that offer Instrumentation engineering as one of the mainstream disciplines at the UG and PG level, that will help you attain B. Tech as well as M. Technology degrees, respectively.

Instrumentation engineering candidates have a wide scope and range of career opportunities for them. They may be hired by various firms like corporate businesses multinational corporations, Manufacturing, IT, Engineering Firms, Pharmaceutical, Consulting, and Machinery Control. Engineers who study Instrumentation Engineering have an advantage over Electrical and Mechanical engineers. With an analytical, sharp and practical mind, they are able to make a great career. They must have a strong science background that includes a mixture of subjects like Physics. Mathematics and Chemistry.

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Yes, SMEClabs provides placement you can visit this website Placementshala to get more details regarding the placements.

  • Plant Engineer
  • QC Inspector
  • Electrical Instrumentation Engineer
  • Calibration Engineer
  • Instrumentation design Engineer
  • QC Inspector
  • You would be able to calibrate several instruments
  • Industrial plant design
  • You would be able to do the maintenance and repair of several instruments
  • Instrumentation QA/QC
  • Marine Instrumentation
  • Communicating instruments with the controller
  • You would be able to troubleshoot various instruments
  • Communicating instruments with controllers

Yes, instrumentation has a good future you can see a lot of instrumentation opportunities nationally and internationally. Most industries are being automated and instrumentation plays a great role in automation. So you can secure your future while choosing a career in SMEClabs.

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