Instrumentation Level 2 Trainee Guide, Paperback
This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Craft-Related Mathematics, Instrumentation Drawings and Documents, Part Two, Principles of Welding for Instrumentation, Process Control Theory, Detectors, Secondary Elements, Transducers, and Transmitters, Controllers, Recorders, and Indicators, Control Valves, Actuators, and Positioners, Relays and Timers, Switches and Photoelectric Devices, Filters, Regulators, and Dryers, Analyzers and Monitors, Panel-Mounted Instruments, Installing Field-Mounted Instruments and Raceways for Instrumentation. Instructor SupplementsInstructors: Product supplements may be ordered directly through OASIS at http://oasis.pearson.com. For more information contact your Pearson NCCER/Contren Sales Specialist at http://nccer.pearsonconstructionbooks.com/store/sales.aspx. Annotated Instructor's Guide (AIG) Paperback 0-13-102605-4AIG Binder 0-13-102606-2 Computerized Testing Software 0-13-103323-9 Transparency Masters 0-13-103335-2
- 28 May 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
12201-03 Craft-Related Mathematics (15 Hours) Covers measurement of mass, weight, pressure, temperature, and flow, conversion of units, and their application to instrumentation. 12202-03 Instrumentation Drawings and Documents, Part Two (20 Hours) Covers reading and interpreting of piping and instrumentation drawings, loop sheets, flow diagrams, isometrics, and orthographics, enabling trainees to identify types of instrumentation and the specifications for installation. 12203-03 Principles of Welding for Instrumentation (10 Hours)Introduces different welding procedures used during instrument installation, basic techniques and applications, safety precautions, equipment, and basic brazing and welding procedures. 12204-03 Process Control Theory (20 Hours) Offers a comprehensive introduction to basic components and principles of operation of typical control systems found in industrial settings. Covers most common modes of control and their advantages and disadvantages. Reviews applications to reinforce understanding of fundamentals and major types of controls, individual components, and their roles in typical control loops. 12205-03 Detectors, Secondary Elements, Transducers, and Transmitters (20 Hours) Defines and introduces common instrumentation elements and their principles of operation. Covers identification of variables measured by each element and selection of the proper types of devices in an instrument loop using the device's technical manuals, specification sheets, pictures, or actual samples. 12206-03 Controllers, Recorders, and Indicators (10 Hours) Covers theory of operation and application of industry-standard process controllers, recorders, indicators, and pneumatic and electronic equipment. 12207-03 Control Valves, Actuators, and Positioners (15 Hours) Covers the construction, operation, and uses of a variety of control valves, actuators, and positioners, including identification and selection of control valves using applicable specifications and schematics. 12208-03 Relays and Timers (7.5 Hours) Presents the principles of operation and different variables measured by various instrumentation relays and timers. Also presents information on the selection of types of devices in a loop using specification sheets or samples. 12209-03 Switches and Photoelectric Devices (5 Hours) Covers principles of operation and different variables measured by various instrumentation switches and photoelectric devices and the selection of types of devices in a loop using specification sheets or samples. 12210-03 Filters, Regulators, and Dryers (7.5 Hours) Presents the construction, operation, and uses of filters, regulators, and dryers. Covers identification and selection of the correct component for installation using applicable specifications and schematics. 12211-03 Analyzers and Monitors (5 Hours) Presents the most common variations of instrumentation used to sample, analyze, and/or monitor industrial processes and includes the principles of their operation. Includes recognition and selection of instrumentation using technical manuals, specification sheets, pictures, or actual equipment samples. 12212-03 Panel-Mounted Instruments (7.5 Hours) Explains selection of instruments to be panel-mounted, locating the instruments using drawings, and procedures for installing the instruments into the panels. 12213-03 Installing Field-Mounted Instruments (25 Hours) Covers selection and mounting of instruments at locations other than panels, including stand mounting, in-line mounting, structure mounting, strap mounting, and insertion mounting. 12214-03 Raceways for Instrumentation (17.5 Hours) Introduces raceways and covers identification and selection of conduit, raceways, wireways, cable trays, fittings, and NEC (R) requirements for installation.