Instrument Mechanic - Directorate General of Training

Instrument Mechanic - Directorate General of Training
Syllabus for the trade
of
INSTRUMENT MECHANIC
(SEMESTERPATTERN)
Under
CRAFTSMAN TRAINING SCHEME
Designed in 2013
By
Government of India
CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Directorate General of Employment & Training
Ministry of Labour & Employment
EN - 8 1 , Sector - V , Salt Lake City ,
Kolkata-700091
List of members attended the Trade Committee Meeting for revising the course curriculum under Craftsmen
Training Scheme (CTS) and Apprenticeship Training Scheme (ATS) on " Instrument Mechanic" trade held
on 08.04.2010 and 09.04,2010 at Industrial Training Institute, Sarkhej, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
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Name & Designation
Mukeshbhai Patel,IMC Chairman,
I.T.I. Sarkej
Anup Bhavsar, S.E.
Amish Bhavsar Bussiness Dev.
Manager
Persottam B, Varia, Engineer
Alpesh M.Chudasma,A.G.M
(Power Plant)
Ompal Bibiyan,A.G.M, HR &
Admin.
Imtiyaz KureshiJ.C. Engineer
Maulik Shelat, Director
Kamlesh Prajapati, Manager
Dharmendra l< Sharma,M.D.
Limbachiya Jatin,
Officer in Charge
Mukesh Suthar, Spervisor
V.H.KevadiaJr.Deputy Manager
A.W.Parmar, Sr.Project H.R.
Bhavik Patet, Engineer
UrmiiThakar, Engineer
Jatin Patel, Engineer
R.D.Mehta, Lecturer
Dipesh Makwana, Lecturer
Divyangna Gandhi, Lecturer
S.A.Pandav
Regional Deputi DirectorfTrg.)
G.N.Parekh, R.D.D., Ahmedabad
A.C.Muliyana, Principal Class-I
P.A.Mistry, Principal
N.R.Oza, Principal Class-ll
M.B.Suthar, Principal
HB Chavda, Sr, Instructor
SS Charan, Asst. Apprentice
Advisor
MD Moodhpatel, Sr. Instructor
IS Patel, Sr. Instructor
D Dey, Asstt. Director of Training
LK Mukherjee, Deputy Director
Organization
Managing Director,
Bhavani Group of Industries, Sarkej
Janatics India Pvt. Ltd, Ahmedabad
Janatics India Pvt. Ltd. Ahmedabad
Remarks
Chairman
Varia Engg. works Pvt. Ltd., Bavfa.
Ahmedabad
Nova Petrochemicals Ltd. Ahmedabad
Member
Nova Petrochmicals Ltd, Ahmedabad
Member
Siddhi Industries, Ahmedabad.
Technology Exechange Service
Pvt.Ltd. Ahmedabad
Sun Inst. Pvt, Ltd. Ahmedabad
D.K.Scientific Ind. Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad Ind.Corporation Ahmedabad
Member
Member
Accupatro Chemical. Ahmedabad
Prima Auto. Ahmedabad
Prima Auto. Ahmedabad
AIA Engg. Ltd. Changodar Ahmedabad
Masibus Automation Pvt. Ltd. Ahmedabad
Torrent Power Ahmedabad
Govt.Polytechnic For
Girls, Navrangpura,
Ahmedabad.
L.D,collage of Engg. Ahmedabad
Ganpat University, Mehsana
Regional Deputy Director(Trg.) Rajkot
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
R.D.D. (Training), Ahmedabad
ITI, Sarkhej
I.T.I., Kubernagar, Ahmedabad
ITI, Sarkhej
I.T.I., Saraspur, Ahmedabad
ITI, Gandhinagar
ITI Rajkot
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
ITI, Sarkhej
ITI, Sarkhej
A.T.I. Mumbai
C.S.T.A.R.I., Kolkata
Member
Member
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Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
List of members attended the Workshop to finalize the syllabi of existing CTS into Semester
Pattern held from 6th to 10th May’2013 at CSTARI, Kolkata.
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Name & Designation
Organisation
Remarks
1.
R.N. Bandyopadhyaya, Director
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Chairman
2.
K. L. Kuli, Joint Director of Training
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
3.
K. Srinivasa Rao,
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Joint Director of Training
4.
L.K. Muhkerjee,
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Deputy Director of Training
5.
Ashoke Rarhi,
ATI-EPI, Dehradun
Member
Deputy Director of Training
6.
N. Nath,
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
Assistant Director of Training
7.
S. Srinivasu,
ATI-EPI, Hyderabad-13
Member
Assistant Director of Training
8.
Sharanappa,
ATI-EPI, Hyderabad-13
Member
Assistant Director of Training
9.
Ramakrishne Gowda,
FTI, Bangalore
Member
Assistant Director of Training
10.
Goutam Das Modak,
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
Assistant Director of Trg./Principal
11.
Venketesh. Ch. , Principal
Govt. ITI, Dollygunj, Andaman &
Member
Nicobar Island
12.
A.K. Ghate, Training Officer
ATI, Mumbai
Member
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V.B. Zumbre, Training Officer
ATI, Mumbai
Member
14.
P.M. Radhakrishna pillai,
CTI, Chennai-32
Member
Training Officer
15.
A.Jayaraman, Training officer
CTI Chennai-32,
Member
16.
S. Bandyopadhyay, Training Officer
ATI, Kanpur
Member
17.
Suriya Kumari .K , Training Officer
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
18.
R.K. Bhattacharyya, Training Officer
RVTI, Trivandrum
Member
19.
Vijay Kumar, Training Officer
ATI, Ludhiana
Member
20.
Anil Kumar, Training Officer
ATI, Ludhiana
Member
21.
Sunil M.K. Training Officer
ATI, Kolkata
Member
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Devender, Training Officer
ATI, Kolkata
Member
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R. N. Manna, Training Officer
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
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Mrs. S. Das, Training Officer
CSTARI, Kolkata-91
Member
25.
Jyoti Balwani, Training Officer
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
26.
Pragna H. Ravat, Training Officer
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
27.
Sarbojit Neogi, Vocational Instructor
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
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Nilotpal Saha, Vocational Instructor
I.T.I., Berhampore, Murshidabad, (W.B.)
Member
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Vijay Kumar, Data Entry Operator
RVTI, Kolkata-91
Member
GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Name of the Trade
: INSTRUMENT MECHANIC
2. N.C.O. Code No.
: 7311.10
3. Duration
: 2 Years (4 Semesters having duration of six months each)
4. Power norms
: 8.07 KW
5. . Space norms
6. Entry Qualification
: 80 Sq. metres.
: Passed 10th class examination under 10+2 system
of education with Science and Mathematics or its
equivalent.
7. Unit size (No. Of student)
8. Instructors Qualification
: 20
: i) Degree in Instrumentation/Instrumentation and Control Engineering
from recognized engg. college/university with one year experience in
the relevant field
OR
Diploma in Instrumentation/Instrumentation and Control Engineering
from recognized board of technical education with two years
experience in the relevant field
OR
10th class examination and NTC/NAC in the Trade of
“Instrument Mechanic” With 3 years post qualification experience
in the relevant field.
9. Desirable qualification
: ii)Preference will be given to a candidate with CIC (Craft
Instructor Certificate).
Note: At least one Instructor must have Degree/Diploma in relevant trade
Syllabus for the Trade of “Instrument Mechanic”
Duration : Six Months
First Semester
Semester Code: INM: SEM I
Week Practical
Theory
No.
Engineering
drawing
Work shop
calculation and
science
Basic Mathematics
related to Workshop
problems.
1
Introduction to the
training. Familiarization
with the institute. Layout
of. shop equipment &
machineries. Syllabus,
system of training,
Examination, Types of
work done by the
trainees. Familiarization
with the institutional
Rules, discipline,
cleaning & forming
those habits.
'Elementary First Aid'
practice, Artificial
respiration practice.
Occupational health
hazard related to the
trade- its causes,
consequences,
mitigation and control.
Organization of the
Institute, Departments
various trades & functions.
Types of work, responsibility
to be undertaken, incentives
and future planning of
profession. Safely precautions
to be observed in the trade
both during 'theoretical
Periods'
and 'Practical
hours/workshop hours'
Elementary First Aid. Safety
and hazards. Sign boards and
types. Hazardous and
non-hazardous.
Environmental pollution
related to the trade- caused,
consequences, mitigation and
control.
What is
Engineering
Drawing?
Importance,
Familiarization
with the drawing
equipment,.
2
Bench Work. Filing
practice, Balance of
Pressure, Filing surface
& side & checking 90
degree by the try square
(simple exercises
involving filing &
saving use of vice)
Simple filing exercises
as per dimension up to
an accuracy of +/0,5mm. with use of
Marking block, Out side
& Inside Caliper, Try
square, Surface Plate,
Angle Plate, "V" Block.
Basic
hand
tools,
types, classification use &
metal cutting fundamentals.
Free hand sketching -Doof hand tools.
Measurement
&
measuring instruments,
Marking tools, Fasteners &
Fastening devices.
Types of lines & its
use. Dimensioning
Method, Geometrical
drawing angles,
triangles, circle,
square, Rectangle,
Rhombus,
Parallelogram,
Pentagon, Hexagon,
Heptagon,
Regular Polygon.
-Do-
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4
Marking & measuring Precision Measuring
with the help of Vernier Instruments, gauge blocks,
Caliper, Vernier Height sine bar, dial indicators,
Review of
Fundamental of
Algebra &
trigonometry.
Properties & use of
cast-iron, wrought
iron, plain carbon
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10
Gauge, Depth Gauge,
Micrometer & Radius
Gauge.
Marking & measurement
with combination set,
Vernier bevel Protractor
& other precision
instruments. Template
filing. Use sine bar.
Straightening of tube,
bending & flaring of tube
connection of tube with
straight & other couplers,
PI arc & Ferru1e fittings.
Checking leakage, use of
jigs & fixture etc.
vernier calipers, micrometers,
bevel protractor, thickness
gauges.
Element & types of screw
threads used in instruments,
Calculation of drill size for
tapping.
Types
of
tubes
used for instrumentation.
Tube cutter, Flaring tools,
swedging tools, equipment’s
& fixture required for pipe
bending, straightening, thread
cutting, method of
installation.
Basic Electricity.
Electrical componentsIdentification +Ve, -Ve conductor, semiconductor &
polarities. Identifying
insulators. Standard wire
and use of
various gauge (SWG). Introduction of
electrical components, electricity- static electricity.
their symbols. Wire
Current, voltage, P.D,
size measurement
E.M.F, resistance.
technique. Measuring Electrical circuit - D.C & A.C
current voltage &
circuit differences.
resistance.
Importance of grounding.
Resistance measured
Uses of multimeter.
by the colour code.
Resistor, Resistivity and
Simple exercise on
colour code, Types of
soldering by temperature resistors used in
controlled soldering
instrumentation.
Definition and purpose of
station. Soldering and
desoldering of
soldering and desoldering.
various components in Soft soldering. Types of
soldering irons. Solder & flux.
verso boards.
Care
&
precaution of
soldering. De-soldering tools
and method of use.
Verification of ohm's
Ohm's law & Kirchhoff s
law. Resistor in series
laws. Series & parallel ckts.
and parallel circuits.
Primary & secondary cells
and batteries. {Liquid & dry).
Measurement of
Maintenance
free batteries
voltage in series and
construction-charging,
parallel circuits.
efficiency-use, advantage.
Familiarize with various Switches and types. Magnet
types of switches;
and magnetism, magnetic
construct circuits with
properties. Magnetic campus
SPST, SPOT, DPDT and its uses.
switches.
Explanation of
slecl, high carbon
steel & alloy steel.
Geometrical drawing Applied work shop
of ellipse, oval etc. problems.
Free hand sketch of
hand tool.
Lettering numbers
Mensuration-Area
of rectangles,
square, li'iangle,
eirule, regular
polygons elc,
Drawing various
electrical
symbols.
Basic
units of
electricity and
conversion.
Isometric & oblique -doview of various jobs.
Simple orthographic
projection of 1st angle
& 3 rd angle.
Isometric & oblique Simple problems on
view of various jobs, ohms law and
Simple orthographic Kirchhoff s laws.
projection of 1st.
angle & 3 rd angle.
-do-
Simple problems on
series and parallel
circuits.
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12
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14
15 &
16
Operating and
installation of relays.
Use of magnetic campus.
Study various types of
applications like buzzers,
solenoid valves.
Simple
electrical
circuits-simple
electrical wiring practice.
Electromagnetism,
Advantages, disadvantagesapplication-types E.M.
relays. Types- uses of
Solenoids. Circuit breakers
and their working.
Principles of alternating
-docurrent , A.C & DC
electricity, types of wave
forms , time period and
frequency, peak to peak
values, RMS values, Average
values,
Testing of inductor.
Measure the values of
inductor by inductance
(LCR) meter. Measuring
Q- factor of inductor,
Demonstration on
self and mutual
induction.
Testing of capacitor.
Measure the values of
capacitor by capacitance
(LCR) meter. Identifying
capacitor value using
various techniques
Verification
of RC
time constant.
Study the characteristics
of series and parallel
resonance circuits.
Inductor and Inductance,
-dotypes of inductors, Factors
affecting the value of
inductance, self inductance
(L),
Mutual
inductance
(M), Inductors in series and
parallel, Q factor of the coil,
Capacitance, types of
capacitor, unit of capacitance,
factors affecting the value of
capacitors,, charge, energy
stored in capacitors.
Capacitors in series and
parallel. Capacitors in DC
circuit, RC time constant.
A,C,-impedance, Inductive
reactance, capacitive
reactance. AC current
through - R,L,C circuits.
Resonance
in
RLC
circuit. Importance - of series
and parallel resonance,
properties. Impedance,
Admittance, Q- factor.
Study working of AC
Introduction of AC
and DC generators working
and DC motors.
principles, construction.
Identification,
operation, field
testing & running
of
armature
Motors and generators. magnets,
windings, commutator and
brushes, EMF equation.
Faraday's Law,
Lenz's
Law, Fleming's left Hand and
right hand rules.
DC motors working
principles, construction,
-do-
Simple problems
based
on AC
fundamentals,
calculation of,
periodic lime,
frequency, wave
length, average
value, RMS value
Simple problems on
inductor series and
parallel
Simple problems on
capacitor series and
parallel
Symbols of switches Simple problems on
and relays,
series and parallel
RLC circuits
Symbols of electrical
motors.
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20
operation, types. Different
speed controlling techniques
of DC motors. AC motors,
induction motors, three phase
motors, stepper motors.
Experiments on
Transformer, types,
Symbols of various
transformer. Measuring transformation ratio. Open
types of
current &. voltage in
circuit test and short circuit
transformers.
primary & secondary
test,
regulation Auto
windings. Jesting auto transformer. Current
transformer in its various measurement. Instrument
tapping
Care &
transformer. Potential
maintenance &
transformer and current
connection of aula
transformer.
transformer and
instrument transformer.
Diagram and
Familiarization
Basics of electrical
with the internal
sketches of electrical
measuring instrumentsmeasuring
construction of
types - absolute and
instruments.
secondary instruments. Types instruments, Viz, all
types of moving iron
Overhauling & testing of of secondary instruments,
and moving coil
voltmeter & ammeter,
Essential of electrical
instruments
identifying - type of
measuring instrumentsdeflecting torque,
deflecting torque,
controlling torque,
controlling torque, damping
damping
torque
torque etc, Types of
etc, and adjustment of
controlling torques- spring
zero errors.
control, gravity control.
Types of damping - air
friction damping, fluid
friction damping, eddy
current damping.
Familiarization
DC instruments - 'D1
Diagram and
with the construction
Arsonval meter, PMMC
sketches of electrical
measuring
of PMMC instruments. meter- working principle,
Overhauling &. testing method of working, moving instruments, Viz, all
coil operation. Construction- types of moving iron
Testing
&
calibration of ammeters damping, magnetic shielding, and moving coil
bearings. Terminology
instruments.
and voltmeter of
-parallax error, (FSD) full
various types.
deflection reading,
Finding meter (FSD) full scale
value,
scale deflection reading, measurement
measurement
value, meter sensitivity, accuracy.
Meter resistance, maximum
meter sensitivity,
power, capability etc. Ideal
accuracy, maximum
power, capability etc.
and practical characteristics of
ammeter, voltmeter.
Making shunt and series Meter range extension - -doresistances
of various converting galvanometer in to
ranges
of ammeters. ammeter, voltmeter. Range
Making multipliers for extension of voltmeter,
Problems oh
transformer ratio.
Problems on
measurements,
power, energy,
force.
Problems on
conversions of
galvanometer lo
ammeter and
voltmeters.
Problems on meter
range extension and
meter resistance
calculation.
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23
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26
different
ranges of
voltmeter and. ammeter,
making
extension of
instrument range.
Finding meter resistance.
Use of Ohm meter.
Calibration of ohm
meter, use of megger &
earth tester.
ammeter.
Shunt resistance and series
resistance value calculation.
Meter resistance, meter FSD
identification techniques.
Ohm
meters- measuring -doelectrical resistance. Basic
construction of Ohm meter,
working method of ohmmeter.
Types of Ohm meter - series
and shunt type of ohm meters.
Megger/insulation tester,.
earth tester - construction
working advantages . and
disadvantages of various types
of ohm meter.
Familiarization with the AC instruments - types of
-doconstruction of
AC measuring instruments
dynamometer type
-MI , e 1 ectro dynamometer
instruments and MI,
type, Working principle,
overhauling and
construction, advantages and
calibration of
disadvantages of MI
dynamometer type
instruments and electro
instruments.
dynamometer instruments.
Measurement of power Various applications.
by wattmeter &
calibration of wattmeter.
Orthographic
Electro dynamometer
Familiarization with
applications - as voltmeter,
projection, 1st angle
the construction of
ammeter, power measuring and 3rd angle.
energy meter, ampere
hour meter .overhauling instrument, energy measuring
instrument,
power factor
and calibration of
meter
etc.
AC
voltage
and
ampere hour meter.
current measurement using
PMMC meter(rectifier type).
Orthographic
Measurement of three Induction type meters
projection, 1st angle
phase and single phase -working principle
power by voltmeter and construction and operation of and 3rd angle.
ammeter. Overhauling induction type instruments.
and calibration of KWH Construction and
meter (Energy meter)
Applications - single phase
and three phase energy meter,
watt meter. Walt hour
meter, Ampere Hour meter,
power factor meter etc.
Practical on frequency Special instruments: voltage Orthographic
meter and power factor tester,
continuity tester, projection, 1st angle
meters. Use of phase
rotation test, phase sequence and 3rd angle.
sequence
meter & indicator, synchronizing, the
synchroscope.
synchroscope, _ frequency
meter. Thermocouple type
ammeters.
i)Project work
ii) Industrial visit (optional)
Examination
-do-
-do-
-Do-
Problems on cost of
repairing/
reconditioning of
electrical
instruments
-Do -
Syllabus for the Trade of “Instrument Mechanic”
Duration : Six Months
Second Semester
Semester Code: INM: SEM II
Week Practical
Theory
No.
1
Identification of various
types of diodes (solid
state), checking of
diodes, Verification the
characteristics of diode.
2
Identification of
transistors, FET,
MOSFET checking of
transistors, FET,
MOSFET, Verification
3
Making half wave & full
wave rectifiers, center
tape & bridge full wave
rectifiers. Study of ripple
factor in half wave & full
wave
rectifier with
various filter circuits.
4-5
Hooking up a various
types of fixed and
variable voltage
regulators & determine
its characteristics.
Semi conductor, Covalent
bond, Doping, Intrinsic and
extrinsic semiconductor. PN
junction diode, Forward and
Reverse characteristics.
Specification of diodes (data
sheets). Applications of
diode. Special semiconductor
diode-Zener diode, tunnel
diode, Photo diode.
Transistors. Defining
transistors, NPN & PNP
transistor, Symbol, operation,
Biasing of Transistor & mode
of Application. Transistor
CB, CC,
CE
Amplification, current gain,
voltage gain, and power gain.
Introduction
to FET,
MOSFET.
Rectifiers: half wave
rectifier, full wave (bridge &
center tapped) rectifier.
Voltage multipliers. Filters:
Introduction, purpose and
use of ripple filter. Types of
filters. Capacitance filter,
inductance filters, RC filters,
LC filters, voltage dividers
and bypass filters.
Voltage regulators.
Introduction & purpose
Zener regulators, shunt
regulators, series regulators,
1C regulators, variable
regulators.
Engineering
drawing
Symbols of
various
electronic
components.
Work shop
calculation and
science
Simple
problems on diode
and transistor.
Sectional views, Simple
problems on
transistor voltage
gain, current gain,
and power gain.
Trade drawing
related to
rectifiers.
Problems on
rectifiers.-efficien
cy, output voltage.
Etc.
Free hand
Problems on
sketches of
regulated power
rectifier and
supply.
regulated power
supply units.
Preparation of
schematic
diagram of
different types of
oscillators,
operational
amplifiers,
converter, SCR,
TRIAC, DIAC.
6
7
Assembling of a power
supply unit, Trouble
shooting of power supply
units.
Identification of various
types thyristor devices,
checking of SCR, DIAC
and TRAIC
Layout of
components'and
preparation of PCB's.
Surface mounting device
(smd ) soldering and
disordering.
8
Study of various types of
oscillator as mentioned
in theory.
9
Study OF various
op-amp applications ,
-inverting amplifier,
summer, and differencial
amplifier.
V to I and I to V,
Instrumentation
amplifier
10
Study various op- amp
applications - integrator,
differentiator Study
timer circuits.
Power
Supply units.
Introduction, purpose & use.
UPS and SMPS, inverters and
converters. and their
applications
Thyristor devices: basic
description and applications
of SCR, TRIAC, DIAC.
General characteristics of an
amplifier, Concept of
amplification.
Types of Amplifiers. Effect
of temperature . DC load line
and AC load line. PCB basic
construction, applications.
Lay outing circuit on PCB.
Oscillators oscillations,
oscillation frequency, basic
working principle and
working of Talk circuit,
Crystal controlled oscillators,
Phase shift oscillators, RC
phase shift oscillators,
Colpitt, Clapp, Flartely, and
IC oscillators.
Operational Amplifier.
Differential amplifier, ideal
op-amp.
Op-amp with feed back,
advantages of feed back.
Inverting and Non inverting
and inverting amplifier,
Op-amp as summer,
differential amplifier. V to I
converter and
I to V
converter, Instrumentation
amplifier
Basics of op- amp
applications - integrator,
differentiator,
Introduction of timers (555)
and its applications.
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Problems on
oscillators -output
frequency.
Problems on Opamp gain, summer,
subtracter.
Free hand
sketches of
op-amp
applications
circuits.
Number systems,
conversions.
11-12 Verification of truth
tables of various logic
gates.
13
Verification of truth
tables for adders and
subtracters. RS and JK
Fillip flops.
15
Introduction of
Counters.
16
Study function of BCD to
decimal decoder, BCD to
7 segment display circuits
1617
Study function of D/A
and A/D circuits.
Study of RS485 to RS232
converter.
18
Operating and installing
various types of digital
meters.
Number systems; binary,
octal,
decimal and
hexadecimal number system.
Conversion of number
systems. Boolean algebra,
binary addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division. 1's
and 2's compliment, BCD code,
ASCII code, greys code.
Logic Circuits. Basic
gates-AND, OR and NOT gates.
De-Morgan \s Theorem.
Universal gates - NAND and
NOR gates.
Special gates - Ex-OR, Ex
-NOR gates and Buffer and its
applications. Basic digital ICs,
function, digital application,
logic symbols.
Adders - Half adder, full adder
Subtractor - Half subtractor, full
subtractor.
Flip flops - RS flip flop, clocked
RS flip flop, JK flip flop,.
Basics of Counters and
registers. Multiplexer and de-multiplexer.
Encoder and decoder. BCD
display, BCD to decimal
decoder. BCD to 7 segment
display circuits.
Digital meters: displays:
LED, 7 segment display, LCD,
CRT, electro- luminescent
displays, electro-phoretic image
display, liquid vapor display,
dot matrix display.
A/D and D/A converters,
Introduction, weighted register
D / A converter,
binary(R-2R) ladder D / A
converter, specification for D /
A converter, Ramp or
counter type A/D converter,
GPIB (general purpose
interface bus) IEEE - 488, RS
232.
Digital
meters: frequency
meter, phase measuring meter,
and
time measuring
instruments. Digital capacitance
meter.
Symbols of various Boolean
digital electronics algebra
components,
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Free hand sketches 1’s and 2's
of counters and
compliment.
registers.
Binary
addition,
subtraction,
multiplication
and divisions.
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Free hand sketches
of A/D and D/A
converters.
CRO:
introduction and
applications
of CRO,
functional block diagram of
CRO, CRT power supply.
Various types of probes.
Applications of various types
of CROs like
dual beam
CRO, Dual trace CRO,
storage oscilloscope.
Identification of PC
Introduction to Computer,
20
components and devices. Block
diagram
of PC,
software familiarization of
Multi
Media System
consisting of CD ROMS,
DVD ROMS, Sound Cards.
21
Computer Hardware,
Basic Computer
Computer systems, computer
hardware, CPU, CPU
operations, ROMs and
RAMs, I/P and O/P and
peripheral
equ ipments,
terminals, printers,
MODEMS, Data interface,
ADC and DAC
22-23 To familiarize with 8085 Introduction to
Microprocessor kit.
microprocessor micro
computers, Memories
Intel 8085. Architecture
Instruction set of 8085,
Microprocessor.
1. Data transfer group.
2. Arithmetic group.
3. Logic group.
Basic programming on Basic Programming of 8085
24
microprocessor
such as adding, subtraction
of two 8 bit numbers, etc.
Block diagram
and
pin' diagram
8255 and its operation.
Microprocessor
applications.
25
i)Project work
ii) Industrial visit (optional)
19
26
Measurement voltage,
frequency using CRO.
Study method of
operating storage
oscilloscope. Method of
using CRO probes.
Examination
Free hand sketches
of CRO block
diagram.
Simple
problems on
voltage and
frequency
measurements on
CRO.
Computer block
Estimation and
diagram. Drawing of calculation on
ADC and DAC
repairing and
reconditioning of
electronic
instruments and
microprocessor
based
equipments,
Simple block
diagram of 8085
microprocessor.
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Syllabus for the Trade of “Instrument Mechanic”
Duration : Six Months
Third Semester
Semester Code: INM: SEM III
Week
No.
Practical
Theory
1
Study various types of
instruments constructions
and identifying various
parts and section.
Scope and necessity of
instrumentation.
Fundamentals of measurement
systems- functional block
diagram of measurement
system . calibration and
calibration standards – basic
standards, secondary
standards, working standards.
Fundamental units - The
metric system, Base &
supplementary units, Derived
Units, Multiplying factors and
standards of length, mass,
time, & frequency.
Temperature & electrical units.
2
3
Instrument characteristics
Static characteristics –
accuracy, precision,
sensitivity, resolution dead
zone, repeatability,
reproducibility, drift, Dead
band, backlash, hysteresis.
Dynamic characteristics –
speed response, fidelity, lag.
Error, deviation, true value,
data.
Types of errors- systematic,
random & illegitimate error.
Certainty/ uncertainty, validity
of result. Measuring system
Response. Introduction,
amplitude responses, Phase
response, Delay, rise time &
slew rate. Damping & its
importance.
Statistical analysis –
arithmetic mean, deviation
from the mean average
deviation, standard deviation.
Work shop
calculation and
science
Drawing various
Calculation on
types of lines using volume &
in instrumentation weights of solid
& hollow
field .
bodies. C.G.S.
& M.K.S system
of units of force,
weight
etc.Defining
work, power
energy, torque.
Laws of
conservation of
energy, Forms
of energy,
kinetic energy &
potential
energy.
Simple block
diagram of
measuring
instruments.
Engineering
drawing
Symbols of
transmitter and
sensors indication as
per different fields.
4
Measuring strain in terms
of resistances. Operating
load cells, LVDT and
capacitive transducer.
5
Measuring speed and
velocity using various
tachometers.
Operating stroboscope
6
7
8
Stress & Strain Measurement.
Introduction to Strain gauges,
types of strain gauges and
differences. Applications of
strain gauges , load cells.
LVDT, RVDT, advantages
and limitations.
Measurement of motion,
velocity/ vibrometers and
acceleration. Difference
between tachometer and
speedometers.
Types of tachometers - Eddy
current type, AC and DC
tachometer. Stroboscope and
its applications. seismic
instrument.
Principle of Pressure in
Liquids& Gases. Properties of
matter Principles of liquid
pressure, units of pressure
Liquids pressure and volume,
density and specific gravity.
Factors affecting liquid pressure. Pressure relation with
volume, temperature and flow.
Units of pressure and unit
conversions.
Types of pressure: absolute,
gauge, atmospheric and
vacuum pressures and their
relation ships.
Barometers, manometers types
and applications.
Functional block
diagram of LVDT,
Pressure Measurement.
Practical on various
Pressure sensors and
pressure gauges. Repairing, fault finding,
Testing & calibration of
various types of pressure
measuring instruments.
Calibration with dead
weight tester and
comparator.
Testing and installation
of pressure switches.
Perform practical on
pressure simulator or
experimental setup (real
and package type )
Operating and calibrating
Pressure transmitters.
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elements- bourdon tube,
diaphragms, capsules, and
bellows. Each on types,
shapes, material used for
various applications, ranges
advantages and limitations.
Pressure switches types and
applications.
Symbols of various
pressure sensors.
Functional block
diagram of pressure
indicator and
transmitter.
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Electrical pressure transducers.
method of conversion, primary
and secondary pressure
transducers. potentio metric pr.
transducers, Capacitive pr.
Free hand sketches
of bourdon
tube/diaphragm
gauges and various
pressure measuring
Symbols of
displacement
devices,
tachometers.
Functional block
diagram of
tachometer.
9-10 --do--
11-12 --do--
13-14 Flow Measurement
Checking various types
of flow restrictors
(orifice, ventury, flow
nozzle) and use.
15
Dismantling, checking
overhauling and
calibration of D.P. cell/
transmitter.
transducers, reluctance- servo
pressure transducers, strain
gauge pressure transducers,
piezoelectric pressure
transducer. Differentials
pressure transducers.
Low Pressure Measurement.
Vacuum, gauges, thermal
conductivity gauges,
pirani gauges, thermocouple
gauges, slack d iaphragm.
Ionization gauge,
McLeod
gauge, capacitance
manometers. Method of
pressure instrument
calibration. Dead weight
tester and com operators/
manifolds
Pressure Instrument
Installation & Servicing.
Elements
of pressure
transmitters, Installation components,
pressure taps,
isolation valve, instrument
piping,
connections and
fittings blow down valve,
instrument valve, pulsation
damper, diaphragm
seal,
pressure transmitter,
Installation, procedure,
locating and mounting, piping,
electrical wiring placing into
service, guidelines
for
periodic maintenance, troubles
shooting
and repair,
instrument shop safety.
Properties of Fluid Flow.
Basic properties of fluids,
fluids in motion,
getting fluids to flow, units of
flow rate and quantity flow,
factors affecting
flow
rate, Reynolds number,
relation
between
flow
rate and
pressure, area, quantity. Types
of flow meters - head type,
variable area type,
quantitative
flow meters.
Mass flow meters.
Head type of flow meters:
working principle,
types-venturi tube, orifice
plates and it's shapes. Pitot
tube, flow nozzles,
devices.
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Problems on
movements.
Calculation on
the cost of
repairing
/reconditioning
pressure
measuring
devices.
Functional block
diagram of flow
meters.
Basic units of
flow rate and
quantity flow
measurements.
Conversion of
units
Free hand sketches Non ferrous
of head type flow
metalsmeters,
manufacturing
process,
16
Rotameter :
Fitting of tapered glass
tube checking & testing.
V-notches fitting.
17
Study construction,
repairing various types
of positive displacement
flow meters.
18
Calibrating and installing
turbine flow meter,
vortex flow meters
19
Installation maintenance
of flow instruments,
(Components for flow
measurement system,
primary flow
elements, pressure taps,
piping and fitting
valve, DP transmitter and
miscellaneous items.)
Installation of the flow
measurement system,
pressure taps installation,
constructions, tapings,
advantages, limitations,
applications, materials used for
various flows. Types of
secondary devices used to
measure for flow rates.
Open channel flow
Free hand sketches
meters-principle of open
of rotameter, v
channel flow, weirs, notches notches.
and flumes. Various shapes
and their applications,
maintenance,
Variable area type flow meterrotameter, constructions,
working principle,
applications. Various shapes of
float, type of materials used for
body and float. Factors
affecting rotameter
performance, measuring gas
and liquid flow.
Positive Displacement
Symbols of various
Meters. Advantages and
flow sensors,
disadvantages of positive
indicators and
displacement meters, piston
transmitters.
meter, oscillating piston meter,
rotating vane meter, notating
disk meter, lobed impeller and
oval flow meter, calibrating
positive displacement meters.
Target flow meters, turbine
-Doflow meter, magnetic flow
meters, vertex flow meter.
Construction, working
principle, advantages and
disadvantage, applications.
Carioles mass flow meter,
thermal flow meters and
summary basics of ultra sonic
flow meters. The Doppler shit
method. The beam deflection .
method, frequency difference
method,
Metering the flow of solid
-Doparticles. Measuring
volumetric and mass flow rate
of solids, volumetric solids
flow meter, mass flow meter
for solids, belt type solid
meters belt type solid meters
belt speed sensing and signal
processing, slurries, constant
weight feeders.
properties,
application and
selection
criterion.
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Composition
properties &
use of nonferrous alloys.
Problems on
friction.
Calculation on
cost of repairing
/ reconditioning
flow
measuring
instruments.
20
21
22
23
instrument piping
installation, electrical
hookup, the final step,
installation, maintenance
and preventive
maintenance,
Measurement of level
performing practical on
level measurements, i.e.
experimental setup for
level measurements/
process simulator on
level measurement(real
type, transparent double
tank type, computerized
package type)
Calibration
of level
transmitters.
Principles of level
Free hand sketches
measurement. Types of level of various levels
measurements-solid and liquid, measuring system.
volume and mass, mechanical
and electrical
type. Surface
sensing gauges, storage tank
gauges,
sight glasses,
magnetic gauges, buoyancy,
displacement gauges. Factors
need to consider for open and
closed channel level
measurements
level switches, mercury level
switches in high pressure
tank, level detectors, magnetic
reed switches.
Pressure head instruments. Basic symbols of
Level instrument
servicing introduction to Hydrostatic pressure, specific various level
gravity, pressurized fluids, sensors, transmitters
instrument servicing.
Maintenance, repairing pressure head instrumentation, and
air bellows, U- tube
indicators.
and control
manometers, air purge
systems, liquid purge systems,
force balance diaphragm
system.
Servicing level
Electrical method conductivity -Doinstruments in the filled and capacitance method for .
gauge
glasses float measuring the liquid
level,
actuated instruments,
capacitance probes,
zero
displacer level gauges, and span adjustments,
sonic
pressure head
level detectors,
point
level detection.
instruments. Flow
diagram method.
Solid
level measurement. -Do-DoUsing weight to determine
level,
sonic
solid level
measurement with
microwaves, using capacitance
probes to measure solid
level, diaphragm switches,
nuclear gauges, micro wave
solid level detectors.
Temperature
Temperature measurement.
Free , hand sketches
measurement.
Temperature, heat, specific of various types of
Performing practical on heat, changing physical state . filled system
temperature
Fahrenheit
and Celsius
thermometers.
measurement with
temperature scales Rankin
different sensors as in the and Kelvin scales calibration
of temperature scales primary
theory part, in the
Units of
volume.
Calculation on
volume unit
conversions.
Calculations on
relation between
volume, mass
and density.
-Do-
Calculation on
the cost of
repairing /
reconditioning
level
measurements.
-Do-
Units of
temperature.
Conversion of
temperature
units.
24
25
26
temperature controlled and
secondary standards.
oil bath/ furnace for low Industrial
application of
and high temperature .
temperature measuring
instruments with compensating
link & precautions to be taken.
Temperature instrument Bimetallic and fluid filled
maintenance and
temperature instruments.
calibration. Primary
Bimetallic thermometers,
calibration standards,
liquid-in-glass thermometers,
primary standard
filled system thermometers,
instruments, secondary thermometer bulbs, capillary
standard instruments,
& bourdon tube, temperature
instrument inspection,
transmitters for filled system,
controlled temperature advantages & disadvantages of
environments, using
filled systems.
triple point baths, other
fixed points, temperature
references, calibration
and testing methods.
i)Project work
ii) Industrial visit (optional)
Examination
Free hand
sketches of
various
temperature
sensors and
compensating
systems.
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Syllabus for the Trade of “Instrument Mechanic”
Duration : Six Months
Fourth Semester
Semester Code: INM: SEM IV
Week
No.
1
2
Practical
Perform practical on
experimental setup/
temperature simulator
(real type and package
type)
for temperature
measurements controls.
Practical on
Thermocouple and RTD.
Practical
on optical
pyrometer and radiation
pyrometer.
3
Measurement of
humidity.
4
Recorders and
servicing.
Overhauling, checking,
fault finding, repairing,
testing
of pneumatic,
electrical/ electronic
recorders.(single point &
multipoint),
study of
paperless LCD/LED
recorder
Final control elements.
Study
of control
valves/final control
elements and its
various components.
5
Dismantling, fault
finding, repairing,
Work shop
calculation
and science
Electrical temperature
Symbols of various Calculating on
instrument. Resistance
temperature sensors, the cost of
thermometer, how it works,
indicators and
repairing/
RTD bridge circuits, lead wire
reconditioning
error,
RTD elements,
temperature
protecting wells for RTD,
measuring
transmitters.
advantages and disadvantages of
instruments.
RTDs, thermisters,
thermocouples, Ex-tension
wires,
compensating for
changes in reference junction
temperature, construction of
thermocouple junction, types of
thermocouple, advantages and
disadvantages of
thermocouples.
Pyrometry. Molecular activity Free hand sketches -Doand electromagnetic radiation, of optical and
defining pyrometry, effects of radiation pyrometers.
emittance,
effects of
temperature, wave length and
radiated energy, pyrometers and
wave lengths, using of optical
and radiation pyrometer,
Recorders. Introduction to
Symbols of various Calculating on
types of recorders, the cost of
recorders, Construction,
working principle, various
repairing/
parts installation and use of
reconditioning
pneumatic
and electronic
recorders.
recorders. Strip chart, circular
chart.
Theory
Final control elements in
process loops. Final control
elements, actuators, load set
point compensation, feed back
loops,
control variables,
effects of disturbances on
performance, parts of final
control sub- system, control
signal, electric control signals,
fluidic control signals,
Pneumatic
and Hydraulic
Actuators. Pneumatic principles
Engineering
drawing
Free hand sketches
of various valve
parts.
Control valve
terminology.
With simple
calculations,
calculations on
the cost lo
repair and
recondition
control valves.
Symbols of valves.
-Do-
cleaning, reassembling
and testing of control
valves.
6
Piping tubing and fitting.
7
Study the cut sections of
various types of control
valves.
8
Controllers. Practical on
PID controller trainer on
various process
parameters.
9
effects of changing pressure,
pressure/volume/temperature
relationship,
e ffe cts of
changing temp. Pneumatic
actuators, diaphragm actuator,
spring
and springless
actuators, direct and reverse
acting
actuator, piston
actuator, positioner,. Electrical
actuators and their advantages
Control valves. Control valves
functions and components,
types'of control valves, based on
valve flow characteristics -liner,
equal percentage, quick opening
valves, globe valves, cage
valves, butterfly valves, bal 1
valves, si iding gate valves,
diaphragm valves, split body
valves, capacitive, inductive
type valve, proximity switch, IR
switch, micro switch, limit
switch, other control valves,
control valve mechanical
considerations, selecting control
valves, valve positioner.
Control elements applications.
Feed water control system
works, sequential. valve
control, control and block
valves, applying relays in
final control elements, relay
logic in operation, automatic
valve control, controllers and
activators, turbine control
System, throttle and governor
valves and activators.
Introduction of internal parts of
different types of control valves.
Introduction to controllers.
Basic block diagram of
control systems. Advantages
Process variable and set point,
analog controllers, digital
controllers, control ranges and
limits, control loop measuring
Pv, amplifying signals final
control
elements, current
proportioning. Hunting & its
effect on the product.
Types of controller and their
operation. Types of controller,
range limit of controllers,
ON/OFF controllers, direct and
reverse acting controllers,
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Simple block
diagrams of various
types of control
systems like feed
back, feed forward,
ratio, cascade control
systems etc.
Calculating on
the cost of
repairing/
reconditioning
control
systems.
10
11
12
13
14
proportional controllers,
automatic/manual split control,
pneumatic control. Adaptive,
limiting and batch control, ratio
control system, feed .forward,
feed back control systems and
cascade control system.
Comparison between pneumatic
and electronic control systems.
Basic
knowledge on
communication protocol.
Study operation on
Controller models and tuning.
cascade, ratio, feed
Controller tuning, setting,
forward control trainer. controller modes, proportional
mode, off-set, integral mode,
reset mode, derivative
mode(rate), single, mode
controller, two mode controller,
three mode controller, tuning the
control loop, step-chngeresponse method.
Basics industrial
Introduction to programmable
programmable
controllers. History of program
controllers. Practical - on m able controllers, general
Programma1e Logic
characteristics of programmable
Controller trainer.
controllers, some limitation of
PLCs, method of developing
PLC programming.
Basic small programs on Input/output devices. Definition
PLC - logic gates
of input/output devices, I/O
preparation,
interface, input modules, output
modules, input devices
encoders, output devices, the
opto-isolators, safety.
Processing and programming
Small programs on
functions. The processor unit,
timers and counters.
the memory, memory
organization, ladder diagrams,
data logger, most used
programming symbols, start,
stop, station example, other
programming symbol timers
and
counters, data
manipulation instructions,
alternate PLC symbols
Installing &
Digital control systems: need of
Operating HART
smart devices, HART
transmitters/ devices
transmitters futures, advantages,
(I/O). Calibration
of applications. Working method
of HART devices, HART
HART devices.
protocol. HART
communicators and PC based
HART device configuration.
Steps in calibration of HART
devices. Communication
Basic block diagram Calculating .on
of PLC. Simple
the cost of
Wiring diagram.
repairing/
reconditioning
control PLC.
Basic block
diagram of
HART
devices,
Symbols of
HART
devices,
Calculating on
the cost of
repairing/
reconditioning
HART devices.
15
16
17
fundamentals: modulation and
demodulation, signal to noise
ratio, digital communication
basics -PWM, PCM, FSK
Study various network Net
working:
types of
lines.
networks used in digital
Preparation
•
instrument systems. LAN, WAN
network cables and
, Ethernet. Point to point and
connectors. Testing
multi networking. Ring, delta,
network cables.
star connections. Redundant
Net. TCP/IP addresses and
descriptions. Types of Cable
categories (CAT), and their
descriptions. Various types
of Cable connectors.
Advantages and disadvantages
of co-axial cable and fiber optic
cables. Various
tools
used in networkingwire
cutter, crimp tool, memory
blade holder,
memory
blade cartridge, cable strip tool
with blade cassettes.
Terminators and extra
connectors, taps, calibration tool
etc.
Study and use of DCS & Fundamentals of SCADA and
SCADA complete
DCS. History of DCS
with communication
development.
system on process
Basic
architecture, block
trainer.
diagram description advantages
and disadvantages, applications.
TerminologyRTU (remote
transmitting
unit, central
monitoring station, types of
communications, field
instruments and types
Study various field bus field bus: futures, advantages,
based control system
architecture,
basic block
through industrial visit, diagram,
working. Work stat
ion,
H u m an
M ach i n e
interface (HMI). Controller
(with basic types), filed bus
interfacing modules, gateway,
network
manager, I/O
modules,
field bus
devices(I/0), remote
transmission panel(RTP),
Ethernet. Electronic device
description language (EDDL)
and device description (DD).
Field bus power supply and its
function.
1 ntroduction of digita 1 and
multi drop communication
Simple
Estimation
block/schematic
preparation for
diagrams of various networking.
network systems in
instrumentation
field.
Simple block
-Dodiagram of DCS and
SCADA
Simple block
Calculating on
diagram of field bus the cost of
system.
repairing/
reconditioning
field bus
control
systems.
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19
20
21
protocol. Vendors.
Need and advantages of
redundancy.
Futures- library, call up,
various visualized futures,
reports(alarms, events), history,
trading etc.
Basic Hydraulics and
Basic Hydraulics: Principles
pneumatics. Practical on of Hydraulics. Fluid power and
Hydraulic trainer.
hydraulics, force, weight and
mass , pressure, work, power,
energy , incomprcssibility and
non-diffusion, hydrostatic
pressure, Pascal's law,
transmission of fluid power,
fluid flow in pipes, Bernoulli's
principle, the effect of heat on
liquids. A typical hydraulic
power system.
Hydraulic Fluids. Functions of
Continue practical on
hydraulic fluids, physical
trainer.
properties, viscosity, viscosity
index,
viscosity and
pressure, power point, fluid
selection, component
protections, chemical
properties, system
contamination, water, dissolve
air, foaming, corrosion and
rusting, types of hydraulic
fluids.
Dismantling and assembl Directional control valves.
ing of various valves. Directional control valve
classification, review of two
way valves,' globe, gauge, plug,
needle, ball, automatic two way
valves, check valves, pilot
operated check valves, spool
valves, three way spool valves,
controlling hydraulic motors,
NO and NC valves, holding
valves, four and five way valves,
rotary spool valves, schematic
symbols, flow ratings,
accessories.
Basic pneumatics.
Pneumatic principles, mass,
Pneumatic systems,
pressure, work and energy,
forces, . weight and
compressibility, law of
pressure.
pneumatics, transmission of
Practical on pneumatic pneumatic fluid power,
training kits.
pneumatic leverage, air
properties, air flow in pipe lines,
viscosity of air pressure,
Bernoulli's law, components of
pneumatic power system.
Drawing the
sketches of the
components of
hydraulic syste'm.
Block diagram of
hydraulic systems.
Simple
calculation on
hydraulic s.
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Drawing the
sketches of the
components of
pneumatic system.
Block diagram of
pneumatic systems.
Simple
calculation on
pneumatics.
22
Practical on air filter
regulator.
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23
Instrument pipes,
schedules, pipe fittings,
union, elbow, sockets,
reducing sockets,
straight coupling,
instrument tube and tube
fitting, copper
24
Analytical instruments.
Exercises on PH meter,
conductivity meter, On
line measurement of
PH, conductivity and
dissolved oxygen.
25
26
Revision
Examination
Primary air treatment. Air
treatment, preliminary filtering,
relative .humidity, effects of
moisture, water removal, dew
point, moisture separators, oil
scrubbers, air
dryers,(deliquescent and
absorption type) air receivers.
Secondary air treatment.
-DoMethods of treatment,
contaminate separation,
contaminate filtration and filter
classification and rating, types
of media surface filters, depth
filters, absorption filters,
lubricating the air.
Piping houses and fittings.
Requirement of piping, air flow,
piping dimensions and safety
factors, piping connections,
compressed air piping
applications, metallic tubing
,tubing bending and tube
fitting ,tube installation,non
metallic tube houses, hose
fittings and coupling, hose
installation.
Analytical instruments.
Revision
Exposure to basic analytical
instruments. Types of
electrodes used for PH
measurements. Relation of PH
and mV.PH indicator and
controllers. Conductivity
meters. Dissolved oxygen
meter.
Revision
TRADE: INSTRUMENT MECHANIC
.
LIST OF TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
A. TRAINEES TOOL KIT
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
FOR 20 TRAINEES +1 INSTRUCTOR
Item
Steel Rule 150 mm (metric and English Marking)
Watch maker screw driver (set of six)
Plier flat Nose 100 mm
Hammer ball pain 250 gms. With handle
Twiser fine point 125 mm
File hand smooth 200 mm
File Flat 2nd cut 200 mm
Screw driver set of 5 pieces
Adjustable spanner
Number
21 Nos.
21 Nos.
21 Nos.
21 Nos.
21 Nos.
21 Nos.
21 Nos.
21 Nos.
21 Nos.
B. Tool, Measuring Instruments & General Shop Outfit
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Item
Try square hardened blade 100 mm
Neon (phase) tester 230 volt
Eye glass 3” focus watch maker
Surface plate 400×400 mm
Universal scribing block 250 mm plier
Angle plate 150×100
Vee block with clamp pair
Punch frame set 2 mm
Hacksaw frame adjustable 200 – 300 mm
Hammer ball pain 450 gms, with handle
Electric soldering iron 6 watt pencil tip
Vice bench jaw 100 mm
Pointer extractors (puller)
Screw pitch gauge B.A. & metric each
Punch center 100×10 mm
Tool maker’s clamps 65×15×25 mm opening
Plier side cutting 150 mm
Sine bar 125 mm plate
Flaring tool set
Micrometer outside 0 to 25 mm
Micrometer outside 25 to 50 mm
Vernier height gauge 300 mm
Combination set 300 mm
Vernier caliper 150 mm
Standard wire gauge
Feeler gauge leaf type, 26 blades, eng.& metric
Radius gauge leaf type 1 to 15 mm
Dial test indicator in mm with accessories.
Micrometer inside 25 mm with extension up to 150 mm
Combination plier heavy duty 150 mm
Fire buckets
Tube cutter
Tube bender
Number
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
2 Nos.
8 Nos.
2 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
4 Nos.
1 each
2 nos.
2 nos.
2 nos.
1 no.
1 set
2 nos.
1 no.
2 nos.
1 no.
2 nos.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 No.
1 Nos.
6 no.
4 no.
1 no.
1 no.
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
Pinching tool
Allen key set (metric)
Allen key set ( English
Soldering station (temp. controlled)
Screw driver 200 mm
Philips screw driver 200 mm
Round nose plier 150 mm
Magnifying glass 75 mm
Slip Gauges (workshop grade)
Fire extinguishers
1 no.
2 sets.
2 sets
2 nos.
3 nos.
2 sets.
4 nos.
2 nos.
2 nos
2 nos
C.MECHANICAL PRECISION INSTRUMENTS
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10
11
12
13
14
Item
Plug gauge
Ring gauge
Snap gauge
Surface gauge
Telescopic gauge
Vernier bevel protractor
Dividers, 250 mm
Gauge blocks
Monochromatic light source
Wire type strain gauge (load cell/cantilever beem)
instrument
Vibrometer sensing elements
Accelomerter
Sesmic instruments
Load cells of various ranges
Number
2 nos.
1 no.
1 no.
2 nos.
1 no.
2 nos.
3 nos.
3 nos.
1 no.
4 nos.
(each 2 no)
2 nos.
1 no
2 nos.
2 nos.
D. Rotational/velocity Instruments
S.No.
2
3
4
5
6
Item
Speedometers (at least four different popular make)
with adopters of various sizes
Centrifugal type tachometer
Drag cup type tachometer
Electrical tachometer
Chronometric type tachometer
Digital type tachometer
7
Stroboscope
1
Number
1 no. each.
1 nos.
1 nos.
1 nos.
1 nos.
1 no.
1 no.
E.Precision Instruments
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Item
Digital panel meters, 4 digit
Digital line frequency indicator
D.C. regulated power supply (+/-15V / +/- 30V)
Digital multi signal generator ( 1 MHz) with frequency
counter ( 8 digit or 10 MHz)
Digital function generator
Pulse generator
Number
6 nos.
2 nos.
2 nos.
1 no.
1
1
no.
no.
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
F.
Digital insulation tester
Digital multimeter
Analog multimeter
Digital L.C.R. bridge
Digital I.C. tester
Analog dual trace CRO 30MHz
Decade resistance boxes
Decade capacitance boxes
Decade inductance boxes
Transistor tester
1 no.
2 nos.
1 no
1 no
1 no
1 no
1 no
1 no
1 no
1 no
GENERAL EQUIPMENT TRAINERS FOR INSTRUMENTATION
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Item
Instrumentation amplifier trainer
Trainers on network circuits i.e. Kirchoff’s law resonance
electromagnetic and transformer
Trainers on linear circuits i.e. operational amplifiers
Trainer on basic digital electronics i.e. logic gates Boolean
Expression adder subtractor flip flop counter register
converter etc
Trainers on power supplier’s half wave rectifier full wave
rectifier bridge rectifier and power supply regulated power
supply
SCR driven/controlled power supply trainer
Discreet component trainer
Trainer on RS485 to RS232 converter.
Number
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no. each
G. Electrical Instruments
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Item
DC moving coil miliammeters( various ranges)
Centre zero galvanometers
AC moving iron type voltmeter (various ranges)
AC moving iron type ammeter (various ranges)
Wattmeter dynamometer type
Power factor meter
Watt hour meter induction type 1 ph
Ampere hour meter
Ohm meter
Synchronoscope
Potentiometer / thermocouple test set
Autotransformer
Calibration test bench for AC and DC voltmeter, AC and DC
Ammeter, ohmmeter
Number
3 nos.
2 nos.
3 nos.
3 nos.
1 no.
1 no.
2 nos.
1 no.
2 nos.
1 No
1 no.
2 nos.
1no
H.Pressure Instruments
S.No.
1.
2.
Item
“ U” tube manometers
Well type manometer
Number
1 no.
1 no.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14. .
15. .
16. .
17.
18. .
19.
20. .
21.
Inclined limb manometers
Bourdon tube type gauges of various ranges
Capsule type pressure gauges
Aneroid barometers
Dead weight tester
Pressure regulators with filter and input & output gauges
Differential pressure transmitter (pneumatic)
Differential pressure transmitter (electronic -HART/field bus
type)
Diaphragm type pressure gauges of various ranges
Pressure transducers training kits
Potentiometer
Capacitive
Reluctive
strain gauge
LVDT Load
cell Servo
type
Experimental set up for pressure measurement
consisting of air compressor pressure vessel pressure
transmitter controller recorder
and final control element, computer i.e. closed loop
system or full scope system i.e. pressure
instrumentation process control trainer / simulator
HART device communicator and calibrator
Pneumatic calibrator
Electronic (HART/Field bus/profibus type device
compatible) calibrator
Pressure switches of various ranges
Low pressure measuring gauges such as thermal conductivity
gauge and Mcloyd gauge
P to I and I to P converters
Vacuum tester with pump
Vacuum gauge 100 mm dial bourdon tube type
1 no.
5 nos.
3 nos.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1no.
1 no.
2 nos.
1 no. each
1
no.
1 No.
1 no.
1 no.
4 nos.
1 no.
1 no. each.
1 no. each.
1 no.
I. Flow meters / Instruments
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Item
Simple tank type quantity meter
Impeller type flow meter
Below and liquid seal drum type flow meter
Deflecting and rotating vane type flow meter
Helical and turbine flow meter
Pitot tube flow meter
Orifice type flow meter
Ventury tube flow meter
Rotameter
Magnetic flow meter
Vortex flow meter
Flow control loop set with flow controller recorder,
D.P. transmitter, receiver, unit control valve and impulse line,
computer complete experimental set- up for flow
measurement
Number
1 no.
1 no.
1 no. each.
1 no. each.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
13.
14.
15.
. Experimental closed loop set up for solid flow measurement
and Control with storage vessel, hopper, solid flow sensor,
controller, Recorder and final control element
Coriolis mass flow meter
Flow nozzle
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
J. Level Instruments
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Item
Integrated direct level indicator trainer (Hook type, sight glass
type, float type level indicator)
Static pressure and air purge type level indicator
Level transmitter (inter face)(HART/Field bus/profibus
compatible)
Level control set up with level transmitters level recorder
Controller & control valve complete Experimental set up or level
simulator
Level measurement equipments for solid, sonic solid level,
microwave, capacitance probes, diaphragm switches, nuclear
gauge, sonic and microwave solid level detectors point level
detector, conductivity type
Number
1 no.
1no.
1no. each
1 no.
1 no. each
K.. Temperature Instruments
S.No.
1.
Item
Mercury in glass thermometer (various ranges)
2.
Alcohol or other liquid in glass thermometers (consumable item)
3.
4.
5.
6.
Stem and dial type bimetallic thermometer( various ranges)
Mercury in steel remote indicating thermometers
Resistance bulb Wheatstone bridge type
Thermocouple type pyrometer with milivoltmeter (with
different types of thermocouples)
Optical pyrometer with all accessories
Radiation Pyrometer with all accessories
Vapour pressure thermometer
Temperature transmitter, pneumatic
Temperature transmitter electronic((input RTD ,TC )
Experimental set up for measuring and controlling of temperatureConsisting of measuring, controlling, indicating, recording and final
controlling elements, complete closed loop system with simulator
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Digital temperature calibrator, mV/mA injector and measuring unit
Number
3 nos (consumable
item)
2 nos.
(consumable item)
2 nos.
2 nos.
2 nos.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
2 nos.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
L. Recorders
S.No.
1.
2.
Item
Number
Pneumatic and electronic recorders ( single point and multi point)
both circular and strip chart types
Paperless LCD/LED recorder setup
1no.each
1 no.
M. Controllers
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Item
PID controller trainer consisting of instrument panel,
digital computer and interface system
Real PID controller training kit
With HART/Field bus devices, consisting operations of feed
forward, cascade, ratio controlling
Programmable logic controller ( micro PLC) trainer
HART/filed bus communicator
HART/Field devices (pressure/ flow/level)
Multifunction process control system consisting of level, flow ,
Temperature, pressure with remote set point control, ratio,
cascade and feed forward with feedback loops with computer
interface and software
Number
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no. each.
1 no
.
N. Final Controlling Elements
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Item
Electric actuators
Pneumatic and hydraulic actuators
Different type of control valves such as gate valves, globe valves,
Ball valves, diaphragm valves, butterfly valves etc. eclectically
actuated, pneumatic actuated and hydraulic actuated
Number
1 no.
1 no.
1 no. each.
Valve petitioners, booster relays, gland pickings etc.
Cut section models of various type of control valve
FIART/ field bus final control elements(two different type)
1 no. each.
1 no. each.
1 no. each
O. Equipment for Microprocessors
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Item
Number
Training kits or trainers as available on microprocessors
applicable to process control and instrumentation and
accessories
Data acquisition system (DAS)
ADC to DAC cards
Digital I/O cards
1 no.
1 no
4 nos
4 nos
P. Computer and software
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Item
Computers ( latest configuration) with tables(For operating
various control system trainers)
Lap top (for convenient to field bus system/control system )
Licensed operating system (latest version)
Latest Office (licensed version)
LCD multimedia projector with trolley
Broad band internet connection
Printer (Scan/copy)
Networking tool kit
Number
04 No.
02 No.
06 No.
01 No.
01 No.
01 No.
01 No.
02 No.
Q. Equipment on Hydraulics and pneumatics
S.No.
Item
Number
1.
Hydraulic trainer
1 no
2.
Pneumatic trainer
1 no.
R. Analytical equipments
S.No.
Item
Number
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Conductivity meter
pH meter
Experimental set up for online conductivity measurement
Experimental set up for online pH measurement
Experimental set up for online dissolved oxygen measurement
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no.
1 no
S. WORKSHOP FURNITURE:
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Item
Work benches (1800 x 900 x 900 mm)
Instrument test bench with cup boards
Steel cup boards with eight lockers for trainees (100×1200×450
mm)
Steel cup boards/ almirah 1800×1200×450(with five shelves)
Steel cup boards with eight lockers for trainees
(1800×1200×450mm)
Number
4 Nos
4 no.
2 no.
4 no.
2 no.
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