This module provides fundamental knowledge & understanding of valves, control valves, solenoids & actuators used in the different industry. It also explains various methods of isolation, terms & associated equipment that is commonly used in its applications. A number of different types of valves are available and the type of valve selected for a particular application depends on the service to which the valve is to be put. The aim of this unit is to describe and explain the types of valves and actuators used to control the flow of a fluid in a process.
Identify the different parts of valves
Identify different types of valves
Know the specific uses of various valves
Select appropriate valves for specific tasks
Understand the valve specification and selection requirements
State the advantages and disadvantages of a variety of different valves
State the purpose and use of actuators
State the purpose and use of positioners
Who Should Attend?
Process operations professionals.
Field & DCS operators.
Petroleum & chemical engineers.
Oil & Gas Treatment technicians.
The Course Content
Day One: Introduction
Introduction to valves
Day Two: Valve Types
Safety Valves and Relief Valves
Day Three: Actuators & Positioners
Final control element
Pneumatic Actuators (Diaphragm, Piston )
Electrical Actuators (SOV, MOV )
Positioners, I/P converter, and Solenoids
Day Four: Operation
General Operating Procedures
Valve “Do’s” And “Don’ts”
Emergency Shutdown Operatıons
Valves Applications & Problems
Flashing & Cavitation
Control valve noise
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