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live, interaCtive classes over the internet

professional certificate of competency in

Practical Boiler
Control and
Instrumentation
for Engineers and Technicians

12 Modules over 3 months


For upcoming start dates, please view our program schedule at:
http://www.eit.edu.au/schedule

what you will learn


• Boiler safety control and start-up interlocks
• Principal boiler control functions Presented by
• Types of boilers in current use
• Typical boiler control diagrams and their design Justin

intentions
Hazards associated with boiler systems Shute
• Principles of open and closed loop/feed forward
• Setting up and tuning of boiler control loops
• Safety concepts to identify principles and design
• Impacts of level, quality and stability in boiler feed water control
• Impact of pressure and temperature as a means of control
• Furnace draft measurement and control with protection against implosions
• Impact of stoichiometric burn ratio and lean air requirements
• How to improve burner efficiency using control and analysers
• Distinguish burner rod and ultra violet flame detection
• Steam demand and firing rate control
• Main steam and reheat steam temperature control are influenced
• Flue gas analysis and fuel combustion trimming controls have on the system
• Advanced control strategies for improved boiler plant efficiency

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Contact enquiries@eit.edu.au for an enrolment form or more information.

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BENEFITS OF LIVE presented by
E-LEARNING justin shute
• Attend lessons in an online classroom with Justin has over 30 + years electrical engineering experience and currently
your lecturer and fellow students works as an Electrical Engineering consultant for his own company.
• Upgrade your skills and refresh your Justin has spent time working for Power & Water, Minara Resources,
knowledge without having to take valuable Cockburn Cement and Nilsen as their High Energy Engineering Manager
time away from work specialising in catastrophic HV design issues.
• Receive information and materials in small, During this time Justin has worked in, designed and commissioned a
easy to digest sections number of gas turbo and gas reciprocating power stations, Heat Return
• Learn while you travel - all you need is an Steam Generation (HRSG) systems, D shell boilers and Nuremberg Steam turbines, which come under
Internet connection the “B” type gas appliance laws for Australia.

• Have constant support from your program Please note: Lecturers are subject to change.
lecturer and coordinator for the duration of the
program
• Interact and network with participants from
around the globe and gain valuable insight
into international practice
12 modules over 3 months
• Learn from international industry experts,
based around the globe
• Live interactive webinars, not just a ‘book on
the web’
overview:
This program introduces the basic practices of controls systems and safety controls for industrial steam
• Receive a certificate of completion for generating boilers. It focuses on the control and safety requirements applicable to most types of flame
professional development purposes heated boilers from small commercial gas-fired units to large industrial multi-fuel installations
The program will examine how control and instrumentation is designed to manage the main variables such
as drum water level, furnace draft, stoichiometric fuel combustion and air assist conditions. Burner
management systems are introduced with their principal features including flame detection, purge, pilot
Presentation format and main burner safety systems during start up and running operations
The certificate program features real-world The essential safety requirements for boilers and burners are identified and the corresponding safety
applications and uses a multi-pronged approach interlocks with respect to purge, fuel rich, double block and bleed are explained as practical solutions in
involving self-study, interactive online webinars accordance with the latest safety standards.
and homework assignments with a mentor on call.
The program consists of 12 modules, over a period
of 3 months.
Some modules may involve a practical component
or group activity. For each module there will be an
initial reading assignment along with coursework
or problems to be handed in and in some cases
practical exercises. Participants will have ongoing
support from their lecturer and program
coordinator.
Program reading material will be delivered in
electronic (PDF) format in advance of online
presentations. Presentations and group
discussions will be conducted using a live
interactive software system. Assignments will be
submitted electronically and wherever possible,
practical exercises will be conducted using
simulation software and remote labs.
Includes 4 free
Over 1400 pages of tables,
Reference Manuals charts, figures and handy hints
live webinars valued at over US$400
During the program you will participate in 6 live You will receive 4 of our up-to-date
interactive sessions with the lecturer and other technical eBooks to add to your library.
participants from around the world. Each webinar • Practical Project Management for Engineers
will last approximately 90 minutes, and we take and Technicians
student availability into consideration wherever • Practical Process Control for Engineers and Technicians
possible before scheduling webinar times.
• Practical Tuning of Industrial Control Loops
Contact us for details of webinar session
scheduling. All you need to participate is an • Practical Boiler Plant Operation and Management for Engineers
adequate Internet connection, speakers and a and Technicians
microphone. The software package and setup Received upon completion.
details will be sent to you prior to the first webinar. All materials required for the program will be provided electronically, in smaller, easy-to-read sections.
Please note: Webinars may last up to 2 hours Please Note: eBooks are available in hard copy at 50% of the recommended retail price. Contact us for pricing details.
depending on student interaction and level of content.
program outline HARDWARE
module 1: Introduction module 7: DRAFT CONTROL and SOFTWARE
• Objectives of boiler controls
• Overview of boiler types
• Pressure measurement methods and the
pressure profile REQUIREMENTS
• Temperature control and the impact of dew All you need to participate is an adequate Internet
module 2: ESSENTIALS OF BOILER point connection, PC, speakers and a microphone. The
PROCESSES • Protection against implosion software package and setup details will be sent to
• Boiler processes in block diagrams to show on the program start date.
key inputs and output variables module 8: COMBUSTION CONTROLS
• Hazards of boiler operations • The combustion process and its
• The main control functions in boilers and requirements for efficiency and safety
furnaces • Coal, oil and gas firing types
• Stoichiometric air and excess air
Entrance
module 3: REVIEW OF PROCESS CONTROL
• Principles of sensors and transmitters with
requirements
Requirements
examples of boilers module 9: FUEL OPTIMISATION Some practical work experience in some of these
• Closed loop control principles including • Fuel-air ratio control and its measurements topics would obviously be advantageous.
feedback, feedforward, ratio and limiting • Firing rate controls and cross limiters for
• Control system hardware and software tools improving dynamic response
• Methods for measurements of boiler
module 4: INSTRUMENTATION RELEVANT TO efficiency using analysers
BOILERS • Application of optimising controllers PRACTICAL EXERCISES
• Safety instrumented controls and the impact
of IEC 61511 module 10: BURNER MANAGEMENT Where possible, throughout the program you will
participate in hands-on exercises using simulation
• Instrumentation diagrams and symbols per SYSTEMS
software or remote labs, which will help you put
ISA and SAMA • Safety and performance requirements of
theory to practice immediately!
• Distributed control systems and the pulverisers, burners and igniters
separation of safety systems • Furnace safety standards and regulations
• Flame monitors and flame failure detection
module 5: FEEDWATER CRITERIA and DRUM
• Start up protection and sequencing
LEVEL CONTROL
• Furnace supervisory controls and
• Performance requirements: level, quality,
shutdown systems
stability
• Characteristic responses of drum level module 11: STEAM TEMPERATURE
certification
• Level control solutions, 1, 2 and 3 element CONTROL Participants completing and achieving at
types • Superheater and attemperator least 50% or more in each assignment,
• Level measurement problems and practices arrangements as well as attending 65% of the live
• Drum level safety systems • Essential control requirements webinars, will receive the Engineering
• De-superheater controls Institute of Technology Professional
module 6: FURNACE AIR
Certificate of Competency in Practical
• Performance requirements; pressures and module 12: STEAM PRESSURE AND Boiler Control and Instrumentation for
temperatures BOILER LOAD CONTROLS Engineers and Technicians.
• Characteristic responses and means of • Pressure and flow response characteristics
control • Single boiler load control
• Multiple boiler installations and load
sharing controls

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ON-site training
We can provide our training at the venue of your
choice. On-site training can be customised and
by bringing the trainer to site the dates can be
set to suit you!
“The Customer is Always Right” – so tell us what
you need and we will design a training solution
at your own site.
For a FREE detailed proposal please
contact Kevin Baker via email:
training@idc-online.com

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