Haward Technology Middle East 50% Special Discount on this course COURSE OVERVIEW ME1090 Fisher Training – Control Valves Selection, Sizing and Design Course Title Fisher Training – Control Selection, Sizing and Design Valves Course Date/Venue December 20-24, 2020/Dukhan Hall 2, Concorde Hotel Doha, Doha, Qatar Course Reference ME1090 Course Duration/Credits Five days/3.0 CEUs/30 PDHs Course Description This practical and highly-interactive course includes various practical sessions and exercises. Theory learnt will be applied using our state-of-the-art simulators. This course is designed to provide participants with a detailed and up-to-date overview of control valves selection, sizing and design. It covers the sliding-stem control valve terminology, rotary control valve terminology, control valve functions and characteristics and process control terminology; the control valve performance; the valve and actuator types and styles; the control valve packing, cage-guided valve bodies characterization, valve plug guiding, restricted-capacity control valve trim and actuators; and the control valve accessories and control valve sizing. During this interactive course, participants will learn the special control valves; the steam conditioning; the installation and maintenance of control valves and actuators; the control valve standards, product approvals for hazardous locations, classification systems, temperature code, nomenclature, protection techniques and methods; the isolation valves and solenoid valves; the safety instrumented systems (SIS), safety and layers of protection and safety standards and safety integrity levels (SIL); the probability of failure upon demand; the online testing methods for the final element; the use of digital valve controller for partial stroke testing; the high-integrity pressure protection system (HIPPS); and the engineering data, pipe data, conversions and equivalents. ME1090 - Page 1 of 8 . ME1090-12-20 Rev.02 09 November 2020
Haward Technology Middle East Course Objectives Upon the successful completion of this course, each participant will be able to: Apply and gain a comprehensive knowledge on control valves selection, sizing and design Discuss the sliding-stem control valve terminology, rotary control valve terminology, control valve functions and characteristics and process control terminology Review control valve performance covering process variability, deadband, actuator and positioner design, valve response time, valve type and characterization, valve sizing and economic results Identify the valve and actuator types and styles that include globe valves, sanitary valves, rotary valves, control valve end connections and valve body bonnets Employ control valve packing, characterize cage-guided valve bodies and identify valve plug guiding, restricted-capacity control valve trim and actuators Identify control valve accessories and carryout control valve sizing Recognize special control valves comprising of high-capacity control valves, low-flow control valves, high-temperature control valves, cryogenic service valves and valves subjected to cavitation and fluids with particulate Employ steam conditioning as well as install and maintain control valves and actuators Review the control valve standards, product approvals for hazardous locations, classification systems, temperature code, nomenclature, protection techniques and methods Differentiate isolation valves versus solenoid valves Describe safety instrumented systems (SIS), safety and layers of protection, safety standards and safety integrity levels (SIL) Determine the probability of failure upon demand including the final elements, proof testing and partial stroke testing techniques Perform online testing methods for the final element and use digital valve controller for partial stroke testing Recognize high-integrity pressure protection system (HIPPS) and its functionality and testing requirements Review engineering data, pipe data, conversions and equivalents Who Should Attend This course provides an overview of all significant aspects and considerations of fisher control valves sizing, selecting and maintenance for those who are involved in the selection, installation, upgrading, inspection, repair and troubleshooting of various types of valves. Maintenance engineers, application engineers, inspection engineers, mechanical engineers, under-development engineers, electrical/electronics engineers, control systems and instrumentation engineers, production engineers, wellhead and drilling engineers and new valve designers will acquire an excellent knowledge from the practical approach of the course. Further, supervisors, foremen and other technical staff will gain a good working skills from the operational aspects of the course. Distributors, sales engineers or buyer of this equipment will also benefit as they will understand much of the design and manufacturing principles that dictates faster delivery of safer quality product. ME1090 - Page 2 of 8 . ME1090-12-20 Rev.02 09 November 2020
Haward Technology Middle East Course Certificate(s) Internationally recognized certificates will be issued to all participants of the course. Certificate Accreditations Certificates are accredited by the following international accreditation organizations: USA International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) Haward Technology is an Authorized Training Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 2201 Cooperative Way, Suite 600, Herndon, Virginia 20171, USA. In obtaining this authority, Haward Technology has demonstrated that it complies with the ANSI/IACET 1-2013 Standard which is widely recognized as the standard of good practice internationally. As a result of our Authorized Provider membership status, Haward Technology is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET 1-2013 Standard. Haward Technology’s courses meet the professional certification and continuing education requirements for participants seeking Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in accordance with the rules & regulations of the International Association for Continuing Education & Training (IACET). IACET is an international authority that evaluates programs according to strict, research-based criteria and guidelines. The CEU is an internationally accepted uniform unit of measurement in qualified courses of continuing education. Haward Technology Middle East will award 3.0 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) or 30 PDHs (Professional Development Hours) for participants who completed the total tuition hours of this program. One CEU is equivalent to ten Professional Development Hours (PDHs) or ten contact hours of the participation in and completion of Haward Technology programs. A permanent record of a participant’s involvement and awarding of CEU will be maintained by Haward Technology. Haward Technology will provide a copy of the participant’s CEU and PDH Transcript of Records upon request. British Accreditation Council (BAC) Haward Technology is accredited by the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education as an International Centre. BAC is the British accrediting body responsible for setting standards within independent further and higher education sector in the UK and overseas. As a BAC-accredited international centre, Haward Technology meets all of the international higher education criteria and standards set by BAC. ME1090 - Page 3 of 8 . ME1090-12-20 Rev.02 09 November 2020
Haward Technology Middle East Course Instructor(s) This course will be conducted by the following instructor(s). However, we have the right to change the course instructor(s) prior to the course date and inform participants accordingly: Mr. Karl Thanasis, PEng, MSc, MBA, BSc, is Senior Mechanical Engineer with over 30 years of extensive industrial experience. His wide expertise includes Machinery Failure Analysis, Preventive & Predictive Maintenance, Condition Monitoring, Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA), Steam Generation, Steam Turbines, Power Generator Plants, Gas Turbines, Combined Cycle Plants, Boilers, Process Fired Heaters, Air Preheaters, Induced Draft Fans, All Heaters Piping Work, Refractory Casting, Heater Fabrication, Thermal & Fired Heater Design, Heat Exchangers, Heat Transfer, Coolers, Pumps, TurboGenerator, Turbine Shaft Alignment, Lubrication, Mechanical Seals, Packing, Blowers, Bearings, Couplings, Clutches and Gears. Further, he is also versed in Wastewater Treatment Technology, Networking System, Water Network Design, Industrial Water Treatment in Refineries & Petrochemical Plants, Piping System, Water Movement, Water Filtering, Mud Pumping, Sludge Treatment and Drying, Aerobic Process of Water Treatment that includes Aeration, Sedimentation and Chlorination Tanks. His strong background also includes Design and Sizing of all Waste Water Treatment Plant Associated Equipment such as Sludge Pumps, Filters, Metering Pumps, Aerators and Sludge Decanters. Mr. Thanasis has acquired his thorough and practical experience as the Project Manager, Plant Manager, Area Manager - Equipment Construction, Construction Superintendent, Project Engineer and Design Engineer. His duties covered Plant Preliminary Design, Plant Operation, Write-up of Capital Proposal, Investment Approval, Bid Evaluation, Technical Contract Write-up, Construction and Subcontractor Follow up, Lab Analysis, Sludge Drying and Management of Sludge Odor and Removal. He has worked in various companies worldwide in the USA, Germany, England and Greece. Mr. Thanasis is a Registered Professional Engineer in the USA and Greece and has a Master and Bachelor degrees in Mechanical Engineering with Honours from the Purdue University and SIU in USA respectively as well as an MBA from the University of Phoenix in USA. Further, he is a Certified Internal Verifier/Trainer/Assessor by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) and a Certified Instructor/Trainer. Course Fee US 3,250 per Delegate. This fee is already discounted with 50% special discount on the original course fees of US 6,500 per Delegate. The rate includes Participants Pack (Folder, Manual, Hand-outs, etc.), buffet lunch, coffee/tea on arrival, morning & afternoon of each day. Accommodation Accommodation is not included in the course fees. However, any accommodation required can be arranged at the time of booking. ME1090 - Page 4 of 8 . ME1090-12-20 Rev.02 09 November 2020
Haward Technology Middle East Training Methodology This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as a percentage of the total tuition hours:30% 20% 20% 30% Lectures Hands-on Practical Sessions Case Studies & Exercises Videos, Software & Simulators In an unlikely event, the course instructor may modify the above training methodology before or during the course for technical reasons. Course Program The following program is planned for this course. However, the course instructor(s) may modify this program before or during the course for technical reasons with no prior notice to participants. Nevertheless, the course objectives will always be met: Day 1: 0730 – 0800 0800 – 0815 0815 – 0830 0830 – 0930 0930 – 0945 0945 – 1100 1100 – 1215 1215 – 1230 1230 – 1420 1420 – 1430 1430 Day 2: 0730 – 0930 0930 – 0945 Sunday, 20th of December 2020 Registration & Coffee Welcome & Introduction PRE-TEST Introduction to Control Valves What is a Control Valve? Sliding-Stem Control Valve Terminology Rotary Control Valve Terminology Control Valve Functions & Characteristics Terminology Process Control Terminology Break Control Valve Performance Process Variability Deadband Actuator & Positioner Design Valve Response Time Valve Type & Characterization Valve Sizing Economic Results Valve & Actuator Types Control Valve Styles Globe Valves Sanitary Valves Rotary Valves Control Valve End Connections Valve Body Bonnets Break Valve & Actuator Types (cont’d) Control Valve Packing Characterization of Cage-Guided Valve Bodies Valve Plug Guiding Restricted-Capacity Control Valve Trim Actuators Recap Using this Course Overview, the Instructor(s) will Brief Participants about the Topics that were Discussed Today and Advise Them of the Topics to be Discussed Tomorrow Lunch & End of Day One Monday, 21st of December 2020 Control Valve Accessories Environmental & Application Considerations Positioners I/P Transducers Volume Boosters Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) Controllers Position Transmitters Limit Switches Solenoid Valves Trip Systems Handwheels Break ME1090 - Page 5 of 8 . ME1090-12-20 Rev.02 09 November 2020
Haward Technology Middle East 0945 – 1100 1100 – 1215 1215 – 1230 1230 – 1420 1420 – 1430 1430 Day 3: 0730 – 0930 0930 – 0945 0945 – 1100 1100 – 1215 1215 – 1230 1230 – 1420 1420 – 1430 1430 Day 4: 0730 – 0930 0930 – 0945 0945 – 1100 Control Valve Sizing Control Valve Dimensions Control Valve Seat Leakage Classifications Class VI Maximum Seat Leakage Allowable Control Valve Flow Characteristics Valve Sizing Equation Constants Sizing Valves for Liquids Sizing Valves for Compressible Fluids Representative Sizing Coefficients Actuator Sizing Actuator Sizing for Rotary Valves Control Valve Sizing (cont’d) Typical Rotary Valve Torque Factors Cavitation & Flashing Noise Prediction Noise Control Noise Summary Packing Selection Valve Body Materials Pressure-Temperature Ratings Non-Metallic Material Abbreviations Non-Destructive Test Procedures Break Special Control Valves High-Capacity Control Valves Low-Flow Control Valves HighTemperature Control Valves Cryogenic Service Valves Valves Subjected to Cavitation & Fluids with Particulate Customized Characteristics, NoiseAbatement & Cavitation-Mitigation Trims Control Valves for Nuclear Service in the U.S. Valves Subjected to Sulfide Stress Cracking Recap Using this Course Overview, the Instructor(s) will Brief Participants about the Topics that were Discussed Today and Advise Them of the Topics to be Discussed Tomorrow Lunch & End of Day Two Tuesday, 22nd of December 2020 Steam Conditioning Understanding Desuperheating Typical Desuperheater Designs Understanding Steam Conditioning Valves Steam Conditioning Valves Turbine Bypass System Components Break Installation & Maintenance Proper Storage & Protection Proper Installation Techniques Control Valve Maintenance Service & Repair Parts Actuator Maintenance Standards & Approvals Control Valve Standards Product Approvals for Hazardous (Classified) Locations Classification Systems Temperature Code Break Standards & Approvals (cont’d) Nomenclature Protection Techniques & Methods Enclosure Ratings Recap Using this Course Overview, the Instructor(s) will Brief Participants about the Topics that were Discussed Today and Advise Them of the Topics to be Discussed Tomorrow Lunch & End of Day Three Wednesday, 23rd of December 2020 Isolation Valves Basic Valve Types Gate Valves Globe Valves Check Valves Bypass Valves Pinch Valves Ball Valves Butterfly Valves Plug Valves Break Solenoid Valves ME1090 - Page 6 of 8 . ME1090-12-20 Rev.02 09 November 2020
Haward Technology Middle East 1100 – 1215 1215 – 1230 1230 – 1420 1420 – 1430 1430 Day 5: 0730 – 0930 0930 – 0945 0945 – 1100 1100 – 1215 1215 – 1230 1230 – 1345 1345 – 1400 1400 – 1415 1415 – 1430 1430 Safety Instrumented Systems Safety & Layers of Protection Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) Safety Standards Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Probability of Failure Upon Demand Final Elements, Proof Testing & Partial Stroke Testing Techniques Break Safety Instrumented Systems (cont’d) Partial Stroke Testing Online Testing Methods for the Final Element Digital Valve Controller Use for Partial Stroke Testing High-Integrity Pressure Protection System (HIPPS) Functionality of the HIPPS Testing Requirements Recap Using this Course Overview, the Instructor(s) will Brief Participants about the Topics that were Discussed Today and Advise Them of the Topics to be Discussed Tomorrow Lunch & End of Day Four Thursday, 24th of December 2020 Engineering Data Standard Specifications for Pressure-Retaining Valve Materials Valve Material Properties for Pressure-Containing Components Physical Constants of Hydrocarbons Specific Heat Ratio Physical Constants of Various Fluids Refrigerant 717 (Ammonia) Properties of Liquid & Saturated Vapor Properties of Water Properties of Saturated Steam Properties of Superheated Steam Break Pipe Data Pipe Engagement Carbon & Alloy Steel – Stainless Steel American Pipe Flange Dimensions Cast Steel Flange Standards Conversions & Equivalents Length Equivalents Whole Inch to Millimeter Equivalents Fractional Inch to Millimeter Equivalents Additional Fractional Inch to Millimeter Equivalents Area Equivalents Volume Equipment Volume Rate Equivalents Mass Conversion-Pounds to Kilograms Break Conversions & Equivalents (cont’d) Pressure Equivalents Pressure Conversion-Pounds Per Square Inch to Bar Temperature Conversion Formulas Temperature Conversions API & Baume Gravity Tables & Weight Factors Other Useful Conversions Metric Prefixes & Suffixes Course Conclusion Using this Course Overview, the Instructor(s) will Brief Participants about the Course Topics that were Covered During the Course POST-TEST Presentation of Course Certificates Lunch & End of Course ME1090 - Page 7 of 8 . ME1090-12-20 Rev.02 09 November 2020
Haward Technology Middle East Simulators (Hands-on Practical Sessions) Practical sessions will be organized during the course for delegates to practice the theory learnt. Delegates will be provided with an opportunity to carryout various exercises using our state-of-the-art simulators “Valve Sizing Software”, “Valve Software 3.0”, “Valvestar 7.2 Software” and “PRV2SIZE Software”. Valve Sizing Software Valve Software 3.0 PRV2SIZE Software Valvestar 7.2 Software Course Coordinator Jaryl Castillo, Tel: 974 4 00 78 459, Fax: 974 4 46 96 628, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ME1090 - Page 8 of 8 . ME1090-12-20 Rev.02 09 November 2020
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