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Piping systems, power plants and industries are fitted with valves for controlling purposes and safety requirements. Understanding the function of each valve type will have a significant reflection on the process quality, equipment and plant reliability. Technical staff should have sound knowledge on the problems associated with valves for proper diagnosis, troubleshooting and maintenance of the particular type of valve.
This course is designed to help students to understand selection, classification, application and maintenance of control valves and actuators.
After completing this course, students will have expert knowledge and skills to independently evaluate possible valve operation, selection and design solutions.
WHO SHOULD COMPLETE THIS COURSE
PURPOSE OF CONTROL VALVE
PRESSURE PROFILE ACROSS A SINGLE SEAT CONTROL VALVE
CLASSIFICATION OF VALVES
CONTROL VALVE SELECTION
PURPOSE OF ACTUATORS
PRINCIPLES OF ACTUATORS
ED DISK STACK DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
FIRE PROOFING OF ACTUATORS
B.Eng(Chem Eng), B.Eng Hons
Senior Technical Manager
Used: DIA October 09
One word describes Kobus. Passionate! He loves his work in chemical engineering. He has worked in a number of roles at Sasol in the chemical engineering area ranging from the ammonia business, to ultra high purity hydrogen and solvents. Latterly he's been responsible for optimisation support in the Monomers and Polymers business. He spent a year doing detail engineering in Texas which he found a tremendously positive influence on his career.
Kobus has received outstanding reviews with his presentations of this course overseas; with many participants commenting on his strong practical bias thanks to his experiences in chemical engineering.
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