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Control Valve Sizing and Design

If you are a process or instrument engineer, then you have definitely have passed some courses on process control during university time. To be honest, with all due respect, none of them was practical and unfortunately none of them is implemented when it comes to petrochemical, gas processing, refinery plants or generally process plant. Nonetheless, the course was needed to get you familiar with simple basics. You might think that we have written this in order to persuade you to purchase the package; simply don’t buy it.

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Duration:
Tehran Time
Tehran Time
05:29
2023-11-12
Sunday:
21:08
2023-11-24
Friday:
05:29
2023-11-12
Sunday:
21:08
2023-11-24
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Control Valve Sizing and Design

Who should take this course?

1. Process engineers

2. Chemical engineers

3. Control room operators

3. Instrument engineers

4. Control system engineers

Who should take this course?

1. Process engineers

2. Chemical engineers

3. Control room operators

3. Instrument engineers

4. Control system engineers

Introduction to Control Valves

Session 1: Introduction

Session 2: Sliding-Stem Control Valve Terminology

Session 3: Rotary Control Valve Terminology

Session 4: Control Valve Functions and Characteristics Terminology

Session 5: Process Control Terminology

 

Valve and Actuator Types

Session1: Control Valve Styles

Session 2: Control Valve End Connections

Session 3: Valve Body Bonnets

Session 4: Control Valve Packing

Session 5

Session 6: Actuators

Session 7: Control Valve Accessories

Control Valve Sizing

Session 1: Sizing Valves for Liquids

Session 2: Sizing Valves for Compressible Fluids

Session 3: Sizing Valves for Liquids by Fisher-Software

Session 4: Sizing Valves for gases by Fisher-Software

 

 Special Control Valves

Session 1: High-Capacity Control Valves

Session 2: Low-Flow Control Valves

Session 3: High-Temperature Control Valves

Session 4: Cryogenic Service Valves

Session 5: Cavitation and Flashing

Session 6: Noise Control

Steam Conditioning

Session 1: Understanding De-superheating

Session 2: Typical Desuperheater Designs

Session 3: Understanding Steam Conditioning Valves

Session 4: Steam Conditioning Valves

 

Examples

Technologies and Vendors

Answer the following questions to help you take the course or not.

  1. Do you know how to use Aspen Hysys or fisher software for sizing a control valve for different applications?
  2. Do you know which remedy is taken to protect a control valve in flashing services?
  3. Do you know how to prepare and develop a control valve datasheet?
  4. Do you know which packing to select based on operating conditions?
  5. Do you know how to select trim characteristic? Do you know when to select equal percentage or linear?
  6. Do you know how to select a suitable material for valve bodies for different applications?

Be honest with yourself and for each question give yourself a score out of 10. If the sum is less than 30, then take the course; if the score is between 30 to 50, consult with us. If it is more than 50, we think you don’t need to take it.

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