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INTC 1315 Final Control Elements.
CIP 1504040011
Various designs of final control elements including disassembly, assembly, calibration troubleshooting, and required documentation. Basic techniques and calculations for proper valve sizing. (3 SCH, 2 lecture, 2 lab.)
    Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in INTC 1401.
    Required skill level: College level reading and writing. Beginning algebra
    level math (placement code 2).

INTC 1343 Application of Industrial Automatic Control.
CIP 1504040011
A study of automatic process control in industrial plants including measuring devices, analog and digital instrumentation, signal transmitters, recorders, alarms, controllers, control valves, and process and instrument drawings. Hands on hookup and troubleshooting of a single loop to multicontrol loops will be included. (3 SCH, 2 lecture, 2 lab)
    Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in INTC 1441.  May be taken             
    concurrently with INTC 1441 with a grade of "B" or better in INTC 1401.
    Required skill level: College-level reading and writing. Beginning algebra
    level math (placement code 2).
 
INTC 1401 Principles of Industrial Measurements.
CIP 1504040011
Principles and devices for the measurement of process variables such as temperature, pressure, flow, level, and basic control functions. PTAC 1432 is equivalent course. (4 SCH, 3 lecture, 2 lab)
    Required skill level: College-level reading and writing. Beginning algebra
    level math (placement code 2).
 
INTC 1441 Principles of Automatic Control.
CIP 1504040011
Theory of control room operations, automatic control systems and design, closed loop control systems, recorders, controllers, positioners, feedback, on/off control, proportional, reset and rate responses, ratio and cascade controllers, including both pneumatic and electronic systems. (4 SCH, 3 lecture, 2 lab)
    Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in INTC 1401 or PTAC 1432. 
    Required skill level: College-level reading and writing. Beginning algebra
    level math (placement code 2).

INTC 1457 AC/DC Motor Control
CIP 1504040011
A study of electric motors and motor contal devices common to a modern  industrial environment. A presentation of motor characteristics with emphasis onstarting, speed control, and stopping systems. A.C. theory including capacitive and inductive reactance. Impedance calculations as they relate to an industrial  environment with motor control. Transformers, A.C. induction motors and motor control circuits will be emphasized. D.C. and synchronous motors will be 
touched on. Use of schematics and wiring diagrams to install and troubleshoot  three phase motor starters will be emphasized. (4 SCH, 3 lecture, 2 lab)   
    Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in INTC 1401.
    Required skill level: College-level reading and writing. Intermediate algebra
    level math (placement code 2).

INTC 2310 Principles of Industrial Measurement II
CIP 1504040011
Additional principles of measurement.  Includes devises used to measure process variables and basic control functions.  Principles and practices used with advanced flow and level applications.  Includes vortex, radar, ultrasonic,  and Coriolis. (3 SCH, 2 lecture, 2 lab)
   Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in INTC 1401 and INTC 1441.
   Required skill level: College level reading and writing.  Beginning algebra level
   math (placement code 2).


INTC 2330 Troubleshooting.
CIP 1504040011
A hands-on approach to the techniques of troubleshooting in a sophisticated instrumented environment. Laboratory exercises requiring students to troubleshoot upsets in actual chemical processes. (3 SCH, 2 lecture, 2 lab)
    Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in INTC 1343.
    Required skill level: College-level reading and writing. Beginning algebra
    level math (placement code 2).

INTC 2333 Instrumentation and Installation.
CIP 1504040011
A capstone course in Instrumentation Technology that integrates material from previous courses. Students will design, size, install, connect, and start up a small pilot plant. (3 SCH, 2 lecture, 2 lab)
    Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in INTC 1343.
    Required skill level: College-level reading and writing. Beginning algebra
    level math (placement code 2).

PTAC 1410 Process Technology I- Equipment.
CIP 4103010003
Instruction in the use of common process equipment. Laboratory exercises include the operation and maintenance of process equipment. (4 SCH, 3 lecture, 2 lab)
    Prerequisite: completion of, or concurrent enrollment in PTAC 1432 or
    INTC 1401.
    Required skill level: College-level reading and writing. Beginning algebra
    level math (placement code 2).
   

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