Basic principles of process automation
This training program deals with the broad spectrum of technical process automation in a compact way. The characteristics and special features of process automation are conveyed in a simple manner via images from real situations, graphical representations of physical-technical processes and animated processes which you yourself can manage and control.
From the contents:
The three chapters "Handling substances", "System planning" and "Process engineering processes in practice", give you a step-by-step guide to a complete on screen system. The content of these chapters is reflected in the MPS® PA stations, which you will use during the practical part of your training.
- Handling substances
Product manufacture is usually subject to defined physical and chemical characteristics. The student's awareness should be heightened so that he/she can accurately assess production conditions and deal with them correctly.
- System planning
This guides the student around a planning office, providing an insight into the planning and development of a system. The student can examine all the fundamental activities of the planning phase, from the basic principles of project management to drawing a circuit diagram until the system can finally be built.
- Process engineering processes in practice
The vast number of process engineering processes can be reduced to four typical ones: filtration, tempering, mixing and filling. Design and function are analyzed using the four MPS® PA stations and the modular products from Festo Didactic and answers given to any questions that may arise when studying process engineering processes.
We can meet your needs
with a CD-ROM version, a web-based training version for installation on networks and learning management systems for any number of licenses.