- Cet évènement est passé
ISA 5.1 One Day Workshop
March 11, 2017 @ 09h00 - 16h00250$
The ISA Montreal Section will be hosting a technical workshop that will outline and explain how to read and prepare Process Control documentation based on the ISA-5.1 (Instrumentation Symbols and Identification) standard.
The fundamental concepts and type of drawings that are covered by the standard will be outlined, explained, and prepared.
Participants will learn how to read, modify, and prepare accurate P&ID’s based on process and instrument specification.
The ISA-5.1 standard is widely used in industry to establishes a uniform means of depicting and identifying instruments or devices and their inherent functions, instrumentation systems and functions, and application software functions used for measurement, monitoring, and control, by presenting a designation system that includes identification schemes and graphic symbols.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- What is ISA-5.1 concepts, symbols and diagrams
- The PFD (Process Flow Diagram)
- The P&ID (Process & Instrumentation Drawing):
its purpose and function.
- The control loop and its documentation
- Interpret, Modify, and Produce proper process control documentation.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Anyone whom is presently working in or would like to work in the exciting and expanding field of instrumentation and automation to gain practical knowledge of the key elements of industrial instrumentation and automation to improve their work skills and to further their job prospects:
- Sales personnel
- Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors
- Energy Management Consultants
- Design Engineers
- Project Managers
- Consulting Engineers
- Production Managers
- Chemical and Mechanical Engineers
- Instrumentation and Process Control
Even those who are highly experienced in industrial instrumentation and automation may find it useful to gain some hands-on know-how in a concentrated but practical format
The workshop will be presented by: Patrick Bouwman
Patrick Bouwman is a electrical engineer with over 40 years of experience, and resently retired from teaching courses in industrial electronics, automation and process control. Patrick also provided technical training to the Automation and Process Control Industry.
Patrick has written numerous instructional manuals including ones in Analog and Digital Electronics, Signal Processing, Automation, Process Control, PLC Programming, ISA-5.1 Technical documentation, Robotics, Computer Automation, Distributed Automation, and Medical and Military Electronics.
Patrick graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering in 1976, and has over 25 years of industrial experience in the design of military electronics, Instrumentation, and biomedical instrumentation; additionally more than fifteen years of operating his own company specializing in research, design and development of data acquisition and signal processing systems for medical applications and the Process Industry. In addition Patrick has provided design and consulting services to the Process Control and Automation industry, and participated in research conducted at McGill University by custom designing equipment for medical instrumentation for research applications.
Patrick has been an ISA member since 2006 and serve on the Montreal Section Board of Directors as Montreal Section and District 13 Education Chair.