Fundamentals of Process Instrumentation: Part II - Sensors

Fundamentals of Process Instrumentation: Part II – Sensors

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Fundamentals of Process Instrumentation: Part II - Sensors Workbook

The Fundamentals of Process Instrumentation: Part II - Sensors Workbook contains the independent study course lessons, exercises and final exam materials which must be successfully completed to earn the state assign course credit.

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Course Registration

Registration entitles students to course support. After passing the final exam the registered student will also receive an offical Continuing Education Course Certificate of Completion that will be accepted by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (ME DEP) for operator certification renewal for the licenses listed in the table of course details above.

State:
Maine
License:
Drinking Water Operator
Credit Hours:
10
Course ID:
ME-205B
Format:
Printed Manual & Exam

SKU: ME-205B Category:

Description

This course covers the operation and use of sensors that measure temperature, pressure, level, flow, and weight including thermocouples, resistance temperature detectors, filled thermal systems and thermowells; pressure transducers, strain gauges and capacitance pressure sensors; bubblers, floats, displacement sensors, capacitance, conductivity probes, ultrasonic and radar sensors and other single point level sensors; differential pressure sensors, vortex sensors, magnetic flow sensors, positive displacement sensors, turbine flow sensors and mass flow sensors, covering rate and velocity, viscosity, density, friction and patterns of flow; strain gauge load cells, load cell applications and pneumatic and hydraulic load cells.
At the completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Describe the operation and use of sensors, pressure, level, flow, and weight
  • Define the use of thermocouples, resistance temperature detectors, filled thermal systems and thermowells
  • Explain how the following are used: pressure transducers, strain gauges, bubblers, floats, untrasonic and radar sensors, magnetic flow sensors, etc.
  • Understand how rate and velocity, viscosity, density, friction, and flow patterns affect sensing
  • Demonstrate this knowledge on a multiple choice final exam

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