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analyze and synthesize existing and new knowledge and integration of the same for. enhancement of knowledge,PO2 DECISIVE THINKING, Identify analyse formulate and solve complex engineering problems in. instrumentation control and automation engineering critically to make. intellectual and or creative advances for conducting research in a wider theoretical. practical and policy context to handle emerging technologies relating to process. industries,PO3 PLAN AND PROGRESS, Solve instrumentation control and automation problems evaluate a wide. range of potential solutions for those problems and arrive at feasible optimal. solutions after considering public health and safety cultural societal and. environmental factors,PO4 RESEARCH SKILLS, Extract the research skill to unfamiliar problems through literature survey. and experiments and apply appropriate research methodologies techniques and. tools design conduct experiments analyze and interpret data demonstrate higher. order skill and view things in a broader perspective contribute individually in. group s to the development of scientific technological knowledge in. instrumentation control and automation domains,PO5 USAGE OF MODERN TOOLS. Learn Develop Choose apply appropriate techniques and resources modern. engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex. instrumentation and control automation engineering activities with an. understanding of the limitations,PO6 COLLABORATIVE AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY WORK.
Collaborative and Multidisciplinary work and understanding of group. dynamics recognize opportunities and contribute positively to scientific research. demonstrate a capacity for decision making based on open mindedness objectivity. and rational analysis in order to achieve common goals. PO7 PROJECT MANAGEMENT, Demonstrate project management knowledge by applying the same to one s. own work as a member and leader in a team manage projects by considering. economical and financial factors efficiently in respective disciplines and. multidisciplinary environments,PO8 SOFT SKILLS, Communicate confidently and effectively with the peers and the society at large. regarding complex engineering activities be able to comprehend and write effective. reports design documentation by adhering to appropriate standards make. effective presentations,PO9 LIFE LONG LEARNING, Recognise the need for Life long Learning with a high level of enthusiasm and. commitment to improve knowledge and competence continuously and. independently,PO10 ETHICAL PRACTICES AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. Ethical practices and social responsibility professional code of conduct ethics. of research and scholarship consideration of the impact of research outcomes on. professional practices and an understanding of responsibility to contribute to the. community for sustainable development of society,PO11 INDEPENDENT AND REFLECTIVE LEARNING.
Independent and reflective learning observe and examine critically the. outcomes of one s actions and make corrective measures subsequently and learn. from mistakes without depending on external feedback. MAPPING OF POs WITH PEOs,PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11. M E PROCESS CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION FULL TIME,SEMESTER I. Course Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits,EIPCPC11 PC Process Dynamics 3 25 75 100 3. and Control,EIPCPC12 PC Industrial 3 25 75 100 3,Instrumentation. EIPCPE13 PE Program Elective I 3 25 75 100 3,EIPCPE14 PE Program Elective II 3 25 75 100 3.
EIPCMC15 MC Research 2 25 75 100 2,Methodology and IPR. EIPCCP16 CP Process Control 3 40 60 100 2,Instrumentation Lab. EIPCCP17 CP Instrumentation 3 40 60 100 2,System Design Lab. EIPCAC18 AC Audit Course I 2 0,Total 205 495 700 18. SEMESTER II,Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits.
EIPCPC21 PC Industrial Data 3 25 75 100 3,Communication and. EIPCPC22 PC System 3 25 75 100 3,Identification and. EIPCPE23 PE Program Elective III 3 25 75 100 3,EIPCPE24 PE Program Elective IV 3 25 75 100 3. EIPCOE25 OE Open Elective I 3 25 75 100 3,Inter faculty. EIPCCP26 CP Industrial 3 40 60 100 2,Automation Lab.
EIPCTS27 TS Internship and Tr S 40 60 100 2,Seminar 2 2. EIPCAC28 AC Audit Course II 2 0,Total 205 495 700 19. SEMESTER III,Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits. EIPCPE31 PE Program Elective V 3 25 75 100 3,EIPCOE32 OE Open Elective II 3 25 75 100 3. Inter faculty,PV I Project work Viva Pr S,EIPCPV33 40 60 100 10.
voce Phase I 16 4,Total 90 210 300 16,SEMESTER IV,Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits. Project work Viva Pr S,EIPCPV41 PV II 40 60 100 15. voce Phase II 24 6,Total 40 60 100 15, Note Four weeks during the summer vacation at the end of IInd Semester. L Lecture P Practical T Tutorial CA Continuous Assessment FE Final. Examination Tr Training Pr Project work S Seminar,PC Program Core CP Core Practical AC Audit Course. PE Program TS Industrial Training and PV Project work Viva. Elective Seminar voce, OE Open Elective MC Mandatory Learning EI Branch code.
Course RI M E Specialization,M E PROCESS CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION PART TIME. SEMESTER I,Equivalent,Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits Code in. PEI PC Process,1 PCPC11 Dynamics 3 25 75 100 3,and Control. PEIPC PC Industrial,2 PC12 Instrumenta 3 25 75 100 3. PEIPC MC Research,3 MC13 Methodology 2 25 75 100 2.
PEIP CP Process,CCP14 Control EIPC,4 3 40 60 100 2. Instrumen CP16,tation Lab,Total 115 285 400 10,S E M E S T E R II. Equivalent,Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits Code in. PEIPC PC Industrial,1 Communica 3 25 75 100 3,PEIPC PC System. PC22 Identification EIPC,2 3 25 75 100 3,3 PEIPC OE Open Elective 3 25 75 100 3 EIPC.
OE23 I from the OEXX,4 PEIPC CP Industrial,CP24 Automation 3 40 60 100 2. Total 115 285 400 11,S E M E S T E R III,Equivalent. Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits Code in,PEIPC PE Program EIPC. 1 3 25 75 100 3,PE31 Elective I PEXX,PEIPC PE Program EIPC. 2 3 25 75 100 3,PE32 Elective II PEXX,PEIPC CP Instrumen.
CP33 tation,3 System 3 40 60 100 2,Total 90 210 300 8. S E M E S T E R IV,Equivalent,Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits Code in. PEIPC PE Program,1 PE41 Elective 3 25 75 100 3,PEIPC PE Program. 2 PE42 Elective 3 25 75 100 3,PEIPC TS Seminar S M. 3 TS43 Mini 2 2 40 60 100 2,Total 90 210 300 8,S E M E S T E R V.
Equivalent,Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits Code in. 1 PEIPC PE Program 3 25 75 100 3 EIPC,PE51 Elective PEXX. PEIPC OE Open,OE52 Elective,2 3 25 75 100 3,Project Pr S. PEIPC PV I 16 4 EIPC,Viva 40 60 100 10,90 210 300 16. S E M E S T E R VI,Equivalent,Category Course L T P CA FE Total Credits Code in.
Project Pr S,PEIPCPV41 PV II Viva 40 60 100 15 EIPCPV41. Total 40 60 100 15, L Lecture P Practical T Tutorial CA Continuous Assessment FE Final. Examination S Seminar M Mini Project Pr Main project. S No COURSE CODE LIST OF PROGRAM ELECTIVES Credits. 1 EIPCPEXX Instrumentation System Design 3,2 EIPCPEXX Advanced Instrumentation System 3. 3 EIPCPEXX Instrumentation in Petrochemical Industry 3. 4 EIPCPEXX Thermal Power Plant Instrumentation 3,5 EIPCPEXX Virtual Instrumentation 3. 6 EIPCPEXX Automotive Instrumentation 3,7 EIPCPEXX Advanced Process Control 3.
8 EIPCPEXX Adaptive Control 3,9 EIPCPEXX Optimal Control 3. 10 EIPCPEXX Robust Control 3,11 EIPCPEXX Non Linear System Theory 3. 12 EIPCPEXX Statistical Process Control 3,13 EIPCPEXX Advanced Digital Signal Processing 3. 14 EIPCPEXX Machine Learning Techniques 3,15 EIPCPEXX Robotics Automation 3. 16 EIPCPEXX Artificial Intelligence for Process Control 3. 17 EIPCPEXX Real time Embedded System 3,S No COURSE CODE LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVES Credits.
1 EIPCOEXX Industrial Drives and Control 3,2 EIPCOEXX Digital Control 3. 3 EIPCOEXX Wireless Sensor Networks 3,4 EIPCOEXX Digital Image Processing 3. 5 EIPCOEXX Multi Sensor Data Fusion 3,S No COURSE CODE LIST OFAUDIT COURSES. 1 EIPCACXX English for Research Paper Writing,2 EIPCACXX Disaster Management. 3 EIPCACXX Sanskrit for Technical Knowledge,4 EIPCACXX Value Education.
5 EIPCACXX Constitution of India,6 EIPCACXX Pedagogy Studies. 7 EIPCACXX Stress Management by Yoga,8 EIPCACXX Personality Development through Life. Enlightment Skills,EIPCPC11 PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL L T P C. COURSE OBJECTIVES, To introduce the dynamics of various processes and modelling of. physical processes using first principles, To get adequate knowledge about basic control actions and related.
To educate the effect of various control actions and the methods of. tuning the controller, To introduce the concept of MIMO process and its control schemes. To study the control schemes for typical processes and it s P I. Process Control Design aspects Hardware elements of process control. system Mathematical modeling of processes Fundamental laws and equations. level thermal flow gas and mixing process Interacting and non interacting. process self regulation inverse response degrees of freedom linearization. transfer function representation of process variable gain variable time constant. Feedback Control of Processes Basic control actions characteristics of. ON OFF P P I P D P I D control modes non linear PID control position and. velocity forms of PID controllers anti reset windup bumpless transfer practical. forms of P I D control modes selection of control modes for different processes. control schemes for flow level pressure and temperature Methods of controller. tuning Ziegler Nichols continuous cycling damped oscillations process reaction. curve method Cohen and Coon method time integral criteria. Advanced Control Systems Feedback control of systems with large dead. time dead time compensation cascade control feed forward and ratio control. adaptive and inferential control systems internal model control model predictive. control introduction to MPC schemes, Design of Control Systems for Multivariable Process Design equations. degrees of freedom poles and zeros number of controlled and manipulated. variables generation of alternative loop configurations extension to systems with. interacting units Interaction of control loops relative gain array selection of. loops design of non interacting control loops Decoupling control. Control of Typical Processes Distillation column control of top and bottom. product composition reflux ratio CSTR four tank system and PH process Piping. and Instrumentation Drawing P I D of control loops. REFERENCES, 1 Ramesh C Panda and T Thyagarajan An Introduction to Process. modelling Identification and control for Engineers Narosa Publishing House. First edition 2017, 2 B WaynBequette Process Control Modeling Design and Simulation. Prentice HallInternational series Third edition 2003. 3 George Stephanopoulos Chemical Process Control An Introduction to the. Theory and Practice Prentice Hall International Inc First edition 2008. 4 Donald R Coughanowr Process Systems Analysis and Control Third. Edition McGraw Hill Inc 2013, 5 Peter Harriott Process Control Tata McGraw Hill 26th Reprint 2005.
6 D Patranabis Principles of Process Control Tata McGraw Hill Third. Edition 2013, 7 William L Luyben Michael L Luyben Essentials of Process Control Tata. McGraw Hill 1997,COURSE OUTCOMES, At the completion of this course students will be able to. 1 Understand basic principles and importance of process control in industrial. process plants, 2 Acquire knowledge of dynamic modelling and system behaviour. 3 Understand the need for mathematical basis for the design of control. 4 Design and implementation of advanced controllers. 5 Understand the concept of MIMO process,MAPPING OF COs WITH Pos. PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11,EIPCPC12 INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION L T P C.
COURSE OBJECTIVES, To impart knowledge on the various techniques used for the measurement of. primary industrial parameters like flow level temperature and pressure. To make students understand the important parameters to be monitored. and analyzed in Thermal power plant and Nuclear power plant. To get an exposure on the important parameters to be monitored and. analyzed in Petrochemical Industry, To learn about the intrinsic safety techniquesadapted in industries. To familiarize the students about the safety instrumented system and. method to evaluate risk and safety instrumentation levels. Measurement of Important Process Variables, Measurement principles of temperature pressure level and flow measuring. instruments general considerations for instrument mounting calibration. principles for temperature and pressure transmitters semiconductor transducers. for temperature pressure level and flow,Instrumentation for Thermal Power Plant. Measurement of fuel flow air flow drum level steam pressure steam. temperature selection and installation of instruments for these variables. dissolved oxygen analyzer flue gas analyzer ph analyzer coal oil analyzer. pollution instruments dust monitor,Instrumentation for Nuclear Power Plant.
Nuclear radiation sensors out of core neutron sensors in core process. instrumentation temperature sensing pressure sensi. 3 EIPCOEXX Wireless Sensor Networks 3 4 EIPCOEXX Digital Image Processing 3 5 EIPCOEXX Multi Sensor Data Fusion 3 S No COURSE CODE LIST OFAUDIT COURSES 1 EIPCACXX English for Research Paper Writing 2 EIPCACXX Disaster Management 3 EIPCACXX Sanskrit for Technical Knowledge 4 EIPCACXX Value Education 5 EIPCACXX Constitution of India 6

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