Autocad 2D 3D Training in Dubai

Electrical Autocad course Course Summary
  • Teaches the use of key functionality and features available in AutoCAD Electrical
Sessions include:
  • Building diagrams and panel layout
  • Creating drawings of electrical circuits and controls
  • Managing and updating electrical drawings
  • Two Days
Who should attend?
  • Electrical Design Engineers
  • Introduction to the course; Overview of AutoCAD Electrical; Overview of Screen Layout
Understanding Project Files:
  • Creating a new project; WDF Project Files; Project Manager Interface
Electrical Schematic Drawing:
  • Wire Numbering; Component Tagging; Electrical Control Circuits; Schematic Symbol libraries; Editing Commands
Working with PLC symbols:
  • Insert Plc (parametric); insert plc (full units); Insert individual PLC (I/O) points; PLC based Tagging; Spreadsheet to PLC (I/O) utility.
Creating Custom Symbols:
  • Creating of schematic symbols; Naming Convention; Icon Menu Wizard; AutoCAD Electrical Databases
Terminal Plan Drawing:
  • Insert Terminal Symbol; Manipulation of the terminal plan; Multiple Level Terminals; Multiple insert component command; Insert Jumpers; Terminal Strip Editor; DIN Rail Command
Generating Reports:
  • Save an external file; Put on Drawing; Configure Report Templates; Running automatic Reports; Electrical Audit

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NLP provides you with sessions and full training course.

This training course focuses on getting the plant instrumentation component selection and integration just right. It progresses from selection, documentation, classification, and right through to final project management. At all times.

Instrumentation Designing

This training course focuses on getting the plant instrumentation component selection and integration just right. It progresses from selection, documentation, classification, and right through to final project management. At all times.

The design of the instrumentation equipment used in the plant (used for measurement and control) is absolutely vital. This would be both from an operational as well as a safety point of view.

This training course will feature:
  • Crucial instrumentation design documentation (including data sheets, schedules, P&IDs, etc.)
  • Control philosophy, with respect to selected instrumentation
  • Equipment and instrumentation tagging philosophy
  • Instrumentation and final control element (valve) selection and sizing
By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
  • Assist in crucial decisions for instrument design and selection
  • Interpret drawing and diagrams related to newly designed instrumentation
  • Have a full understanding of the various process control strategies and how to implement them.
  • Manage a project appropriately, from design to handover.
This training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
  • Instrumentation, electrical, mechanical, process and other engineers, specialists and staff
  • Design teams
  • Team leaders, supervisors, and foremen.
Signals, FDS, Vendors Interaction & P&IDs
  • Understanding instrumentation signals
  • Understanding process diagrams (including block, flow and where the P&ID fits in)
  • Functional Design Specification (FDS) and drawing standard
  • Tag numbering and naming conventions
  • Reading and creating P&IDs, including assorted P&ID symbols.
Computer-Aided Drafting (AutoCAD)
  • Understanding the concept of Instruments
  • Understanding the preparation of Basic P&ID and Hook Up Diagram.
Instrumentation, Electrical and Pneumatic Diagrams, and Designing for Proper Acceptance Testing
  • Instrumentation drawings and documents, including:
  • Instrument selection report, instrument specification, datasheets, loop diagrams & schematics, cable schedules, hook-up diagrams, junction box wiring diagrams, cable racking layout, cable routing diagram, instrumentation index, history sheets, I/O lists, panel layout, power distribution, earthing diagrams and philosophy, PLC schematics, trip/alarm schedules, instrumentation detail, etc.
  • Electrical schematics (related to instrumentation projects), including:
  • Load lists, main & control circuits, electrical layout, single line diagrams, etc.
  • Pneumatic and hydraulic instrumentation schematics
  • Acceptance testing
HMI Design Considerations, Area Classification, SIS and Instrumentation Selection & Sizing
  • PLC, SCADA, and HMI design criteria and specification
  • Area and classification
  • Instrument classification
  • Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) and SIS requirements, from a design point of view
Intelligent Communication, Valve Sizing, Protection & Material Selection
  • Smart devices, HART and Fieldbus considerations for instrumentation plant design
  • Digital data communication aspects
  • Control valves and actuators, including selection and sizing
  • Equipment protection
  • Material selection
Overview of International Codes, Standards and Symbols
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