Englewood, COMay 2, 2022 - May 6, 2022Register
During the 4-1/2 day course, the student will be able to define system capabilities, define nodes, configure continuous and sequential control strategies, create process alarms, operate the system, troubleshoot the system and modify operator displays.
This course includes access to a virtual DeltaV system to practice and review course workshops complete with brief recorded demonstrations available after course completion.
Audience: This course is designed for process and process control engineers responsible for obtaining key production data, maintaining, configuring and troubleshooting a DeltaV system.
Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows experience. Prospective attendees lacking process control experience should first attend Control Loop Foundation, Course 9025. Prospective attendees new to DeltaV should first attend PlantWeb/ DeltaV Introduction, Course 7101, or DeltaV Hardware & Troubleshooting, Course 7018.
▪ System Overview
▪ DeltaV Explorer
▪ DeltaV Diagnostics
▪ Control Modules
▪ Control Studio
▪ Motor Control with Interlocking and Permissive Conditions
▪ Cascade Control
▪ Regulatory Control
▪ DeltaV Operate
▪ System Operation
▪ Alarms & Process History View
▪ Alarm Help
▪ Sequential Function Charts
▪ Configure Theme Dynamos
▪ Electronic Marshalling (CHARMS)