FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING provides an
understanding about instrumentation engineering, including measurement, control, signal processing, and data acquisition. It discusses about various types of sensors and transducers used in instrumentation engineering, their principles of operation, and their applications.
To understand the various techniques used in instrumentation engineering for measuring physical quantities such as temperature, pressure, flow, and level.
Understanding of control systems: Students should be able to understand the principles of closed-loop control systems, including the types of controllers, control algorithms, and tuning techniques.
Knowledge of signal processing techniques: Students should be able to understand the various signal processing techniques used in instrumentation engineering, such as filtering, amplification, modulation, demodulation, and digital signal processing.
Knowledge of data acquisition systems: Students should be able to understand the principles of data acquisition systems, including analog-to-digital conversion, data storage, and data transmission.
Knowledge of instrumentation system design: Students should be able to design instrumentation systems to meet specific requirements, including selecting appropriate sensors and transducers, designing signal processing and control algorithms, and selecting appropriate data acquisition systems.
UG PROGRAMS: B. Tech, BSc, BE in Instrumentation engineering
PG PROGRAMS: M. Tech, MSc, ME in Instrumentation engineering
COURSE DURATION: 2 days
Control and Automation Engineer: Control and Automation Engineers design and implement control systems for various applications such as manufacturing, power generation, and chemical processing.
Instrumentation Engineer: Instrumentation Engineers design and develop instrumentation systems for measuring and controlling physical quantities such as temperature, pressure, and flow.
Test Engineer: Test Engineers design and conduct tests on products, components, and systems to ensure their quality and reliability.
Process Engineer: Process Engineers design and optimize manufacturing processes, including process control systems, to improve efficiency, quality, and safety.
Biomedical Engineer: Biomedical Engineers design and develop medical instrumentation and devices for diagnosing and treating medical conditions.
Environmental Engineer: Environmental Engineers design and develop instrumentation systems for monitoring and controlling pollution levels in the environment.
- Lectures 5
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes