Hi guys (and girls)!
For those of you interested, I was a part of the team building this course on industrial instrumentation. It's about 6 hours, but it's complete, it overviews almost everything pertinent to the selection of instrument in processes of fluids or granular solids. It works well as a refresher course or to learn more on some less common continuous measurements techniques (less common devices, vibration sensors, composition analyzers, etc.).https://www.udemy.com/course/instrumentation-for-continuous-industrial-process/?referralCode=FADCC18BE2D5247B2190
We worked hard on it, so far, the fellow engineers' comments have been positive, but I am curious what you have to say about it, we are constantly trying to perfect it some more.
I also liked this other one, which doesn't get much into the instruments specifics, but talks more about the strategies in relation to processes and process controls.https://www.udemy.com/course/introduction-to-process-control-and-instrumentation/
Have a nice day