Presenter: John Tonkin
2020 sees John's 50th year in engineering. Initially he had exposure to plant maintenance (steam, water, pneumatics, ash handling, boilers, turbines and pumping systems) and marine steam plant. A number of More
The control of fluid flow in pipelines is a complex issue. In this course delegates are taken through the attributes and applications of the more popular valve patterns in a pipe work system. The hydraulic concepts associated with the operation of these valve types will be included. The complex subject of control valves is introduced, with an overview of functions such as pressure sustaining, reduction, rate of flow control etc. Valve actuating mechanisms are also covered as these are becoming increasingly important in the overall operation of the reticulation system.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THIS WORKSHOP
- Piping Engineers and Designers
- Mechanical Engineers
- Process Engineers
- Plant managers and Engineers
Valve orifice, Cv, and other hydraulic concepts. Control valves (overview only). Gate, globe, pinch, diaphragm, ball, butterfly valves. Materials of construction. Air release, vacuum breaker and non-return valves. Actuators.
The precise content may change on the day depending on the specific needs of the delegates.
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