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MFGT 220 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS

Fall, 3 credit hours

A course designed to focus on instrumentation and process control used in an industrial environment. Students will gain an understanding of instrumentation utilized in process control, control loop tuning and the use of automatic controls. Students will calibrate and document results to industrial standards for temperature, pressure, level and flow control loops. Students will be introduced to Labview software and interface with data collection hardware. Two hours lecture, Two hours laboratory per week.

Prerequisites: Electricity (ELEC 261) or permission of instructor.

MFGT 291-295, 391-395, OR 491-495 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

Fall/Spring, 1-4 credit hours

Special Topics in Manufacturing Technology will generally include topics of current interest or topics not covered in courses currently offered by the department or in combinations not currently available.

Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.