About this Course
In almost all industrial process applications, control of process variables is critical to the safe and efficient operation of the process. The most common variables controlled are pressure, level, temperature, and flow.
Even though there are many different methods used to control these processes, this monitoring and control is generically called process control. Level, pressure, temperature, and flow are all controlled in a similar fashion. In this series of modules, level control will be used to explain the various concepts and control methods.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Discuss the difference between direct- and reverse-acting controllers
Define common terms and symbols used in process control
Describe the function of self-regulated and non self-regulated processes
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