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Vibration Analysis for Rotary Equipment

Course Contents:

Introduction to Condition Monitoring

  • Vibration analysis
  • Oil analysis
  •  Thermography
  • Acoustic emission testing
  • Motor current signature analysis

Principles of Vibration

  • Acceleration, Velocity, Displacement
  • Phase relationship
  • Overall readings
  • Understand FFT Spectra

Understanding Signals

  • Signal processing
  • Windowing
  • Averaging

Data Acquisition

  • Transducer selection
  • Sensor location & mounting

Machine Diagnostic

  • Time waveform analysis
  • Resonance testing and correction
  • Unbalance
  • Misalignment
  • Bent shaft
  • Looseness
  • Belts
  • Bearing faults
  • Electric motors
  • Gearbox analysis
  • Trend analysis
Vibration Analysis for Rotary Equipment2020-08-06T15:17:02+05:00

Product Design using SolidWorks

Course Contents

  • Part & Assembly Modeling
  • 2D Drawing
  • Surface Modeling
  • Sheet Metal Designing
  • Weldment
  • Mold Designing
Product Design using SolidWorks2020-07-06T11:47:33+05:00

Capture Team Selling – CTS

Capture Team Selling – CTS

CTS has been designed to develop teamwork on your “Must Win” pursuits. CTS is built to help you win! CTS process and tools, combined with your determined execution generate increased sales.

Course Contents:

  • What is a Capture Team and who should be in it?
  • What is Player Map and How to Develop it?
  • How to create a Project Profile?
  • How to develop a Positioning Plan?
  • Value-Based Selling VBS Techniques 

Who Should Attend: 

  • Sales Engineers
  • Sales Managers 

Learning Outcome: 

  • Learn how to develop a capture team and run it from start till end
  • Maximize your win ratio
  • Develop the customer profile, navigating organizational politics to bridge to their key players
  • Build an action plan to beat competitors and crafting a value snapshot you will be primed to deliver
Capture Team Selling – CTS2020-06-30T13:51:55+05:00

Process Control & Instrumentation

Process Control & Instrumentation

This course introduces you to control in process industries, explains why control is important, identifies different ways in which precise control is ensured. It illustrates different types of instrumentation used to perform measuring tasks for temperature, pressure, flow and level, etc.

Course Contents:

  • Essentials of process control and instrumentation
  • Understand the main terms and parameters of process control (Process variable PV, Set point SP, Operating point OP, Error, Offset)
  • Identify different control loops and describe their main tasks
  • Describe the basic function and method of operation for the main components (Transducer, Transmitter, Indicator, Controller…)
  • What is piping and instrumentation drawing (P&ID)
  • Differentiate feedback and feedforward control loops
  • Explain the basic implementation process for each types of control: Cascade, Split range , Batch, Ratio and Selective controls 

Who Should Attend: 

  • Instrument Technicians
  • Instrument Engineers
  • Electrical/Electro-Mechanical Engineers
  • Engaged in maintenance of process industries 

Learning Outcome:

Learn how process control is ensured in process industries & how the main instruments measure the key process variables.

Process Control & Instrumentation2020-06-30T13:48:39+05:00

AutoCAD Electrical Advanced

AutoCAD Electrical Advanced

A tool for the Electrical Design Engineers

Introduction

This course is designed for the users who require comprehensive skills on designing and reading electrical schematic and control diagrams. The hands-on course covered scheme analysis, drawing addressing, defines attributes and problem-solving techniques.

BSC, B-TECH, DAE, TTC Engineers and Draftsman are encouraged to attend this fast track training course.

Course Contents

  • AutoCAD Electrical Introduction and application details
  • Start-up and Installations
  • Drawings creation and saving
  • Explore Basic and editing commands
  • Dimensions and Scaling
  • Explore blocks and express tools
  • Creating Electrical Symbol’s and library
  • Group discussions of Electrical Symbols and its application details
  • IEC overview and standards details on electrical symbols and wiring diagrams
  • Attributes and data extraction
  • Type of drawings as per IEC standards.
  • Hands on Exercise and discussions on different schematics
  • Interacting Single line and power drawings
  • Case studies of different drawings and field applications
  • Drawings reading and analysis detail

About Instructor  

Expert in AutoCAD Electrical, Design & Consultation, Project Management, Protection and Control schemes, Rich experience in the Grid, industry and commercial side.

Course Duration

5 Days (Monday to Friday)

10:00am to 4:00pm

 
 
For Registration:

Jahanzeb Burki

042-35145791-5 / 0344 444 0677

jahanzeb.burki@tusdec.org.pk
facbook.com/NIDAPakistan
tusdec.org.pk/NIDA-Lahore

 

 

National Institute of Design and Analysis
Ministry of Industries & Production

LAHORE ●KARACHI ●QUETTA    ●PESHAWAR    ●SIALKOT

 

AutoCAD Electrical Advanced2020-05-07T14:22:27+05:00

Food Safety Management

Food Safety Management

Large number of food safety issues are being experienced by almost all the food organizations in our country. Food value chain approach is the need of time to provide to all the customers to fulfill their implied needs, which require the impeccable safer food supply system. This training course will provide deeper insights on how to implement an effective and robust Food Safety strategies in any organisation in the food production, supply and consumption chain. This training course will enable an organisation to minimize the risk of exposing itself to legal and financial risks as a result of failing to deliver safe and healthy food to its customers and/or end consumers.

Course Contents:

Day One: Introduction to and Basic Definitions of Food Safety Management Systems

  • Introduction to the ISO 22000:2005 Food Safety management system
  • The evolution of ISO 22000:2005 through the HACCP and Codex alimentarius correlation and principles
  • Guidelines and Regulations regarding food safety
  • Glossary used in Food Safety
  • Identification of CCPs (Critical Control Points) and CLs (Control Limits)

Day Two: Review of ISO 22000 Main Chapters

  • Food safety management system
  • Management responsibility
  • Resource management
  • Planning and realization of safe products
  • Validation, verification and improvement of the food safety management system

Day Three: Documentation Requirements for ISO 22000, Management Review, Human Resources

  • Detailed reference to documents with specific examples on the design and use of forms
  • The purpose of management reviews
  • Detailed reference to management review inputs and outputs
  • Human resources: Competence, awareness and training
  • Work environment

Day Four: Planning and Realization of Safe Products

  • PRPs (prerequisite programmes)
  • Preliminary steps to enable hazard analysis: Food safety team, Flow diagrams, process steps and control measures
  • Hazard analysis
  • Establishing the operational PRPs and the HACCP plan (CCPs and CLs) – Group exercise on the development of a HACCP plan in the context of attendees’ own organisations
  • Verification planning / Traceability system
  • Control of nonconformity: Corrective actions, Withdrawals

Day Five: Validation, Verification and Improvement of the Food Safety Management System

  • Validation of control measures
  • Control of monitoring and measuring
  • Food safety management system verification
  • Internal audits in the context of ISO 22000 – team exercise on an internal audit
  • Improvement: The need for Continual improvement, Updating the food safety management system
  • Review all points of seminar and notes for ISO 22000 – HACCP
  • Q&A and wrap-up session

Who Should Attend:

  • Quality Control personnel in food premises and food processing facilities
  • Hygiene inspectors acting on behalf of official Public Health Authorities, involved in the inspection of food premises and in the implementation and monitoring of food safety legislation
  • Food Safety Consultants
  • Food technologists and scientists who want to enrich their scientific knowledge
  • Potential food professionals and scientists who want to gain knowledge that will bring new job opportunities

Learning Outcome: 

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Set up the HACCP team that has the knowledge and experience to develop and implement an effective HACCP system in his/her organisation
  • Perform the hazard analysis in order to determine the preventive measures necessary to reduce the risk within acceptable levels
  • Perform the categorization into Operational Prerequisite Programs (OPRPs) and Critical Control Points (CCPs)
  • Design and implement monitoring systems aiming at controlling and improving the food safety management system
  • Evaluation and improvement of logistics in accordance with the requirements of legislation and international food safety standards
Food Safety Management2020-05-07T14:22:27+05:00

Maintenance of Industrial Equipment

Maintenance of Industrial Equipment

In today’s industrial scenario huge losses/wastage occur in the manufacturing shop floor. This waste is due to operators, maintenance personal, process, tooling problems and non-availability of components in time etc. Other forms of waste includes idle machines, idle manpower, break down machine, rejected parts etc are all examples of waste.  In this situation, a revolutionary concept of preventive maintenance has been adopted in many industries across the world to address the above said problems. This course will teach advanced level techniques for maintenance regimes to engineers and maintenance personnel.

Course Contents:

  • Introduction of Maintenance Regimes
  • Types of Maintenance
  • Six Big Losses of Equipment’s
  • Maintenance as a business process
  • How scheduled maintenance can lock in waste and cost
  • Maintenance & Inspection philosophy of Static Equipment’s
  • Maintenance & Inspection philosophy of Rotary Equipment’s
  • Reviewing planned maintenance
  • Refining maintenance policies
  • Capturing learning from inspection work
  • Availability, Reliability and OEE
  • Costing, Budgeting of Maintenance Expenses
  • Maintenance Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) 

Instructor Profile:
The trainer has over 12 years of experience in the field of plant and machinery maintenance. He has worked in private sector, Government sector and in multinationals. He has executed many complex projects related to maintenance regimes in his career. He is a much sought after trainer in the field of Industrial Equipment Maintenance. 

Methodology:
This course will be delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, case studies and activities.

Learning Outcome:
Participants will be able to understand how they can increase availability of plant machinery, reduce machine down time and increase productivity.

Maintenance of Industrial Equipment2020-05-07T14:22:27+05:00

Solar Thermal System

Solar Thermal System

Course Contents:

  • Functions and Operating Principles of Solar Thermal Collector
  • Solar Collectors and its Types
  • Solar Water Heating System
  • Storage vessels and primary circuits
  • Solar Controls
  • Collectors Positioning
  • Types of vessel
  • System Installation
  • Troubleshooting Solar Thermal System
  • Other Renewable Energies
  • Session on how to become an Entrepreneur in this field

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, diploma holders, engineering and diploma students, electrical supervisors, maintenance personnels and individuals who wants to enhance their skill in the field of Solar Systems.

Solar Thermal System2020-05-07T14:22:27+05:00

Solar Photovoltaic System

Solar Photovoltaic System

Course Contents:

  • Introduction To basic Electrical System
  • Introduction to Basic PV system
  • Feasibility and Designing of Solar PV system
  • Installation Of Solar PV system
  • Load Management
  • Troubleshooting Solar System
  • System Types
  • Other Renewable Energies

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, diploma holders, engineering and diploma students, electrical supervisors, maintenance personnels and individuals who wants to enhance their skill in the field of Solar Systems.

Solar Photovoltaic System2020-05-07T14:22:27+05:00

Motor Circuit & Electrical Signature Analysis

This course will cover mainly AC motors ranging from low voltage to medium voltage induction motors (we will cover synchronous motors also) from few KW to lOs of MW. Motor is not given its due importance in the industry generally and some of the motors are being rewound after one failure and another without considering loss of efficiency due to Motor efficiencies are not measured or tracked. Reliability is not given its due consideration. This course will have in depth discussions on Motor Management.

 

Course Contents:

  • Identify the components in the winding system; factors that determine Resistance(R), Inductance(L), Capacitance(C), and Impedance(I/F)
  • Describe how changes in R, L, Z, and I/F affect the winding system
  • Explain the Lenz Law, Ohms Law, and Faraday’s Law
  • Use the basic MCA™ instruments to manually measure R, L, Z, Fi and I/F
  • List the different types of AC Motors, identify their components and describe the purpose of each component
  • Determine Motor Shaft Speed based on Measured Values of Voltage, Current, Nameplate Speed and Rated Power
  • List the main types of failures associated with AC Motors
  • Describe the various techniques available to identify electrical failures in winding systems
  • Explain the various measurements used in MCA™
  • Evaluate a motor’s winding condition based on MCA™ measurements
  • Explain the process for correcting MCA™ readings caused by “Rotor Position”
  • Explain the purpose of the ALL-TEST PRO 31™ (AT31™)and ALL-TEST PRO 5™ (AT5™); and describe their features
  • Obtain data from a 3 phase AC motor using the AT31™ and the AT5™ (on the AUTO and manual modes)
  • Evaluate the condition of an AC Motor based on the measurements taken with the AT31™ and AT5™
  • Demonstrate the ability to enter data and evaluate the condition of an AC Motor using the Condition
  • Discuss the affects of Resonance in a mechanical system and what it will do to the electrical spectrum
  • Explain how to determine which gear is at fault when gear problems are diagnosed in the electrical spectrum
  • List the motor electrical faults that can be automatically analyzed with ESA
  • Define what is meant by pole pass frequency (PPF)
  • Evaluate the condition of a squirrel cage rotor using the ESA spectrum and rotor severity
  • Demonstrate the ability to upload data stored in the AT5™ onto the MCA™ software and generate a machinery report
  • Explain the 4 Primary Maintenance Philosophies
  • Describe the 3 phases of Predictive Maintenance
  • List the 6 most common de-energized motor diagnostic techniques and the 5 most common energized diagnostic techniques. Describe the motor fault that each of the techniques identifies.
  • Describe the 4 stages of rolling element bearing failure and explain how to determine which stage a defective bearing is in
  • Explain the operation of the different types of AC Electric Motors
  • Determine Motor Shaft Speed based on Measured Values of Voltage, Current, Nameplate Speed and Rated Power
  • Describe how electrical signature analysis (ESA) collects its signal
  • Demonstrate how to change the resolution of the high frequency and the low frequency spectrum
  • Explain the importance of sidebands in the FFT and discuss their meaningDemonstrate how to enter machine information in the ESA Software
  • Demonstrate how to verify running speed is correct
  • Perform an automatic analysis
  • List what mechanical faults can be automatically analyzed with ESA
  • Discuss the relationship of Dynamic Load to bearing life
  • Explain the difference between Static and Dynamic Eccentricity
  • Define what is meant by Stator Electric Faults
  • Explain the main purpose of the ALL-TEST PRO Energized II™ (ATPOL II™) and briefly describe it’s features
  • Use the ATPOL II™ to obtain data from a 3 phase AC Motor in the Remotely, Locally and Manual Modes
  • Demonstrate the ability to upload data stored in the ATPOL II™ into the ESA software and generate a machinery report

Trainer: 

Irfan Akhtar (PE, ME, BE) 22+ Years of Experience. Expert in Asset Management, Project Management, Construction, Feasibility Studies, O&M of Power Plants, Condition Assessment of Electrical Equipment, Consultancy Services, Owner Engineer, Project Management, Reliability Centered Maintenance.

Motor Circuit & Electrical Signature Analysis2019-01-04T15:58:00+05:00