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6 Month Industrial Automation Training

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Technisys Engineering Pvt. Ltd. is well growing Best Automation Company Delhi NCR & India’s first company which is largest partner of Honeywell. Technisys have more than 400 Indian clients and 24 International clients. We have one another department known as TISDA (Technical International skill development Academy) in which we provide 6 Week / Month Automation Training (summer, winter, industrial) in PLC, SCADA, HMI, DCS, DRIVE, INSTRUMENTATION, Panel Designing and more.
Website - www.technisys.co.in
Email - training@technisys.org
Phone - +91 9289222808

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6 Month Industrial Automation Training

  1. 1. 6MONTH INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION TRAINING Technisys Engineering Pvt Ltd Presented By : Harender Singh TISDA harender.technisys@gmail.com Yogender Singh training@technisys.org
  2. 2. Technisys Engineering Pvt. Ltd. is well growing Automation Company& India’s first company which is largest partner of Honeywell. Technisys have more than 400 Indian clients and 24 International clients. Technisys have one another department known as TISDA(Technical International skill development Academy) which provides Automation Training (summer/winter/industrial)
  3. 3. Our professional experts offer training courses at our company in Faridabad and Noida. All our training courses are goal oriented, So we concentrate more on getting the practice skills by hands on training PLC, SCADA, HMI, DCS, DRIVE, INSTRUMENTATION, Panel Designing, Panel Testing, Auto-CAD COURSES Get Training From Professionals
  4. 4. TTI Finishing School Training Description Highlights For Engineering Students At Glance • Basic Electrical – Revisit & Refresh • Components of Control & Automation • Engineering Drawing & Documentation • PLC Hardware • Drives & Motors • Automation Fundamentals • Automation with PLCs • Automation Project Design • Instrumentation & Process Control • Troubleshooting & analysis • Human Machine Interface (HMI) & SCADA • Industrial Networks • Plant Information Management Systems • Distributed Control Systems • Electrical AutoCAD • Hand on Training • 6 Week of industrial visit • Industry exposure training at client location • Summer training for 2nd year, 3rd Year Students • Final Year Project mentor ship • PLC/ DCS/ SCADA/ Drive/ Instrumentation installation software/ Guide • Industry Orientation class • Moke interviews • Preparation of CVs • Develop positive mental attitude • Develop better body language • Make better first impressions • Have better grooming skills • Learn the art of conversation • Know your purpose in life • Set your priorities right • Mange your time effectively
  5. 5. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are the main engine behind most discrete control systems in many industries. Programmable logic control or PLC is the most common is used industrial automation technique in the world. It is universally applied for factory automation, process control and manufacturing systems. This session aim to introduce the principles of operations, maintenance techniques , basic troubleshooting techniques and through understanding of overall machine design concepts using PLCs. Participants will have hands on experience with PLC and carry out demo projects on live PLCs as well as simulators. The training will be complemented by TTI workshops, discussion on industry best practices. Participant will be issued a corticated at the end of the training. Electrical engineer, Electronics engineer, Instrumentation engineer, Personnel involved in design, operation & maintenance of Monitoring, Automation and control systems. PLC TRAINING FOR
  6. 6. AT THE END OF THE COURSE, PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO: • Identify and explain the advantages of a programmable logic control over the conventional controls; • Operated programmable logic controller; • Identify and describe the functions of the systems components of a programmable logic controls; • Make a simple program in ladder diagram and statements list programming • Translate a ladder diagram program into electrical and logic circuits equivalent; • Solve problem exercises and simulate controls • Observe safe practices in dealing with PLC controls systems. OBJECTIVES
  7. 7. Section - 1 • PLC Fundamentals • Background of PLC • Areas of Application of PLC • Principles of Operation • Logic Functions and there relationship with PLC systems • Logic Function Application & Examples as Used in PLC Systems • PLC Circuits and Logic Contact Symbol section • Completely understand PLC operation and its Interaction with the outside world Section - 2 General CPU Operation, Memory Systems & PLC I/O Addressing Discrete Input / Output System Analog Input / Output Systems Section - 3 PLC Instructions and Control Software
  8. 8. OVERVIEW: This workshop is an introductory course, which aims to build a good understanding about the basic of SCADA and HMI. A special emphasis on real life implementations, case studies and international standards would ensure participants to co-relate the theory with their day-today practice. The class training will be complemented by class workshops, discussion on industry best practices. Students will be issued a certificate at the end of the training SCADA / HMI OVERVIEW
  9. 9. Instrumentation, Electrical, Mechanical and Process Engineers, project Engineers, Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors interested to work in the field of SCADA and HMI. The course will also definitely be beneficial for other departments of the plant concerned with the plant operations, maintenance and safety
  10. 10. TOPICS COVER • Creation of Projects • Configure Communication Driver • Create Tag Database, Modify and Monitor Tags • Create and Modify Graphic Display and Objects • Configure Trends / Alarms / Data Log Models / Start-up Setting HMI Features, Alarm Philosophy and Management, Alarm Reporting • Introduction and brief history of SCADA Systems and HMI • Components of SCADA Systems and HMI • SCADA Design : Block Diagram and Architecture • SCADA Hardware and Software • Consideration and Benefits of SCADA Systems, • Communication Architectures and Philosophies
  11. 11. Drives Prerequisites To successfully complete this course, students are required to demonstrate a general knowledge of electricity and electronics. Familiarity with the use of electrical measuring tools is helpful, but is not required Who Should Attend Individuals new to the control of AC and DC motors using drives who need to gain a fundamental understanding of motor and drive concepts before they learn to program, maintain, and/ or troubleshoot AC and DC drives should attend this course.
  12. 12. OBJECTIVE Upon completion of this course you should be able to : This course is a skill- building course that provides students with a basic understanding of AC and DC motor and drive concepts and terminology. At the completion of this course, students will have the necessary fundamental knowledge and skills required to attend other automation AC and DC Drive courses. During class, students will gain the hands on skills required to build a miniature DC motor and investigate how a variable speed drive controls the speed and direction of an attached motor. Students will also become familiar with the drive’s Human interface module(HMI) , which allows programmers, maintainers, and troubleshooters access to information stored within the drive. This course will provide students with a broad- based set of skills and knowledge that apply to AC and DC motors and drives. Although this course will not give students all the skills needed to program, maintain, or troubleshoot and AC or DC drive, it will prepare them for the automation courses that emphasize those skills
  13. 13. AC DRIVE DC DRIVE  Introduction to AC Motors  AC Drive Fundamentals  Advantages of AC drive over other  Methods of motor control  Application for AC drives  AC drive theory  Load and braking considerations  Introduction to DC Motors Totally integrated Automation and DC Drives Mechanical Basics DC Motors Basic DC Motor Operation Types of DC Motors DC Motor Ratings Speed/Torque Relationships of shunt connected motors. Basic DC Drives Converting AC to DC Basic Drive Operation Parametersand Function Blocks Applications Variable Frequency Drive  Introduction  VFD Operation  Benefits of VFD  Harmonic distortions &  Industry Standards
  14. 14. These module introduces some important concepts that need to be understood in order to effectively learn the material in “Introduction to AC/DC Drives.”  Properly Matching A Drive to A Machine  Choosing the Correct Motor Motor and Drive Basics VFD Installations Operating VFDs Maintenance Procedures
  15. 15. INSTRUMENTS OVERVIEW This hands on training course is designed to familiarize students with common instrumentation equipment and calibration methods and give students the ability to set up calibrate and troubleshoot common instrumentation sensors, transducers, and systems founding industrial facilities. After that this course deals with common process control equipment’s and of the actual concepts and factors involved in setting up, maintaining and tuning a variety of temperature , level, pressure and flow loops. The course covers the operation of common systems and explain the common errors, problems, and inaccuracies with each. Also it covers more advanced control strategies such as feedback, fee- forward, cascade and ratio control. This course is designed to build a solid knowledge base, which will allow improved problem solving, and result in a better understanding of modern instrumentation systems.
  16. 16. TRAINING FOR: Electrical Engineer, Electronics Engineers, Instrumentation Engineer Personnel involved in design, Installation, operation and maintenance. This course contain following topics: 1. Introduction to Instrumentation 2. P&ID Drawing Standards 3. Pneumatic system analysis 4. Instrument Lop Diagrams 5. Pressure 6. Level 7. Temperature 8. Flow 9. Control valves & Accessories 10. Tubing & Fitting 11. Hazardous Area classification 12. Fire & Gas System 13. Digital Controllers 14. Vibration 15. Repair modes and Records 16. Maintenance, calibration modes and records 17. Safety while working with instruments
  17. 17. DISTRIBUTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM Prerequisites : This workshop is designed for participants familiar with process operations, digital electronic theory, and test instruments and devices. Workshop will cover the practical applications of the modern distributed control system (DCS). Whilst all control systems are distributed to a certain extent today and there is a definite merging of the concepts of DCS Description : This lesson provide an understanding of the fundamentals of Distributed Control Systems (DCS). The evolution of computer control systems is discussed and the architecture of contemporary DCS is described in detail. The lesson covers hardware, configuration, data communications, user interface and 1/0 devices.
  18. 18. You will Learn • Distributed control system fundamentals • A solid understanding of the architecture and operation of Distributed Control Systems (DCSs) • The ability to design the overall DCS and process control system • Better specification of planned DCSs • Improved process performance for any plant • An Understanding of the key ergonomic issues in design of operator displays • How to apply advanced control strategies to any plant control system • More effective use of your existing DCS process control capabilities • How to design and create a consistent and effective alarm philosophy for your installation • To recognize and deal with human problem in interfacing to alarm systems • DCS system architecture • Database organization in DCS • Process operation in DCS • Database Configuration • Control Algorithms • DCS implementation concepts • Logic Building using DCS • Displays in DCS • History Management • Configure process operation schematics • Alarm monitoring • MIMIC Graphic Display
  19. 19. You will Learn • Trend display • Operator guidance display • Benefits of DCS • Man Machine Interface • System & Diagnostic display • Control • Bar Chart • Sequence display • Fault Analysis Display • Reports • Auto Control Loop • Interlock & Protection • Performance Calculation • Typical DCS of MW unit • Performing FEED & Feasibility studies • Writing detailed design specification for new and replacement DCS systems. • DCS system recommendations • Design, installation & commissioning of DCS systems • Reverse engineering services • DCS system modifications • Service level agreements
  20. 20. Who Should Attend For Students • Electrical Engineer • Electronics Engineer • Electrical & Electronics Engineer • Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer For Industry • Automation Engineers • Operations Managers • Operators & Control Room Personnel • Metallurgists • Production Engineers • Process Engineers • Plant Engineers • IT Managers working with Networks • Project Engineers • Electrical & Instrumentation technicians • Maintenance Engineers & Supervisors • Process Control Engineers & Technicians
  21. 21. OUR CONTACT DETAIL +91 9289222808 harender.technisys@gmail.com www.technisys.co.in ADDRESS - WEBSITE - EMAIL - PHONE - Plot No:-239, Gurukul industrial Area, Sarai Khawaja Faridabad, Pin- 121003