Instrumentation Principles

This course emphasizes a functional and mathematical approach to pneumatic and electric instrumentation used in industry. Includes survey of pressure, level, flow, and temperature instruments and their mechanisms, and an introduction to process control fundamentals. The course covers fundamental principles in math and science that applies to process instrumentation and process control. Topics covered include unit conversions, spreadsheets and graphing, linear equations, calibration principles, statistical process analysis, simple machines, basic thermodynamics, and electric motor theory.

There are no Pre-Requisites


Course: Instrumentation Principles (63129)

In Person
Location: Wisconsin Rapids
Duration: 8/22/2023 - 12/12/2023

Days & Time:

Tues: 8:00 AM - 11:50 AM


I116 Classroom WR


Robert Brylski

Tuition and Fees: $500.85

Out of State Tuition and Fees: $720.15

Status:Active Seats Available:13

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Instrumentation Principles

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