House Bill 2504 Fall 2011 Course Syllabus INTC-1401-01 - Principles of Industrial Measurements
Fall 2011 Course Syllabus
INTC-1401-01 - Principles of Industrial Measurements
|Instructor||Andress, William Jack|
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|Course Description||Principles of measurement. Includes operation of devices used to measure process variables and basic control functions.|
Schoolcraft Vol I ch 1-6 and 11-16
Workbook - Intro. to Process Instruments
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|Course Grading Scale||90 - 100 = A 80 - 89 = B 70 - 79 = C 60 - 69 = D Below 59 = F|
|Determination of Final Grade||There will be chapter exams, a comprenhensive final exam, a combined lab quiz , homework grade and no makeup work. If a test is not taken, the current test average will be substituted only once. Home work must be completed each week, 20 points will be deducted each class day late. 5 points will be deducted from the next test for each absence. 2 point will be deducted from the next test for each tardy. Early departure from class will be counted as an absence for the day. The course grade will be the average of the homework, quiz, labs as one grade, the average chapter test as the second grade, and the Final exam as the third grade. Please put cell phones out of sight during all class times.|
|Final Exam Date||December 12, 2011 - 10:00 AM|
Instructor Andress "Principles of industrial measurement"
August 22 Introduction to the Class and discussion of workbook
August 24 Chapter 1 questions due
August 29 Workbook test Chapter 1
August 31 Schoolcraft Chapter 1 Test
September 5 Holiday
September 7 Chapter 2 Lecture
September 12 Chapter 2 questions due
September 14 Chapter 2 Test
September 19 Lecture workbook sec 2
September 21 Workbook Test 2
September 26 Chapter 3 Lecture
September 28 Chapter 3 questions due
October 3 Chapter 3 Test
October 5 Workbook Chapter 3 test
October 10 Chapter 4 questions due
October 12 Chapter 4 Test
October 17 Chapter 5 Lecture
October 19 Chapter 5 questions due
October 24 Chapter 5 Test
October 26 Chapter 6 questions due
October 31 Chapter 6 Test
November 2 Chapter 11 questions
November 7 Chapter 11 Test
November 9 Workbook Chapter 4 test
November 14 Chapter 12 questions
November 16 Chapter 12 Test
November 21 Workbook Chapter 5 test
November 23 Chapter 13 & 14questions due
November 28 Chapter 13 & 14 Test
November 30 Workbook Chapter 6 test
December 5 Chapter 15 & 16 questions due
December 7 Chapter 15 & 16 Test
December 12 Final Exam
|Calendar of Lecture Topics and Major Assignment Due Dates|
|General Education/Core Curriculum Student Learning Outcomes||
|Program Student Learning Outcomes||
1. Identifies control panel indicators, calibration tools, electrical parts, and how they work.
2. Analyzes temperature and flow results to determine proper operating parameters of specific process computerized and electronic equipment.
3. Analyzes level and gas measurements to determine proper operating parameters of specific process and electrical equipment.
4. Demonstrates standard safety procedures as required in industry.
|Course Student Learning Outcomes||
1. Apply basic pricciples of process instrumentation. (PSLO 1)
2. Describe the simple control loop.(PSLO 1)
3. Demonstrate safety procedures (PSLO 4)
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