Emerson Educational Services Maximize Your Investment with Well-Trained Personnel

Emerson Educational Services Maximize Your Investment with Well-Trained Personnel
Maximize Your Investment
with Well-Trained Personnel
Emerson Educational Services
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Exceed Expectations with Well-Prepared Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Train and Keep High-Quality Team Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Learn Best Practices to Meet Profitability Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Choose a Hands-on Learning Platform and Train for Real-life Challenges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Worldwide Satisfaction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
OPERATE AND MANAGE
PlantWeb
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Smart Wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Reliability Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
DeltaV
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Process Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Ovation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Remote Automation Solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Valve Automation
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MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Roxar Metering
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Roxar Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Measurement Instrumentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Analytical Instrumentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Tank Gauging
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Flow & Density Measurement
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Exceed Expectations with
Well-Prepared Personnel
Skilled personnel anticipate needs; they solve tough problems; they make an operation run
smoothly. That’s why training is the cornerstone of maximum availability, sustainability, and
operational excellence.
A well-trained team knows their tools and knows how to use them to meet short-term and
long-term goals. Work with a partner — Emerson Educational Services can bring your entire
team the expertise they need to face each challenge.
Whether your team must configure and calibrate valves, predict machinery faults, or
develop a control strategy, Emerson Educational Services has the coursework to prepare
your team and secure these benefits:
Train and keep high-quality team members. What if you train
personnel and they leave? Worse yet, what if you don’t train them
and they stay? Train personnel and improve not only operations, but a
sense of ownership in the operation’s results – a proven ingredient in
employee satisfaction and retention.
Learn best practices to meet profitability goals. Emerson
instructors reach deep into their decades of product experience and
industry best practices. Profit from their experience to meet your
business goals.
Choose a hands-on learning platform and train for real-life
challenges. Emerson instructors combine hands-on training with
real-life examples to prepare your personnel to find solutions in the
midst of challenging situations.
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Sources of Skill Shortages
•Fewer Incoming Workers
•Retiring Workforce
•Fewer Specialists
•Inexperienced Workers
•More Technology
•Larger, More Complex Processes
“32% of O & G industry survey respondents said skills
shortage was among the largest threats particularly
in subsea and LNG operations where the shortage is
felt in terms of project costs and delays. This threat rated
second only to economic instability at 34%.”
Oil and Gas Workforce Report Published by oilcareers.com and Air Energi, March 2013
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Train and Keep High-Quality
Team Members
Consider Emerson training as the effective short- and long-term solution to maximize the
return on your most significant investment: your employees.
Through Emerson coursework, employees obtain the knowledge they need to not only
perform their jobs, but seek efficient solutions to daily issues. They will perform with a
real sense of ownership and satisfaction — resulting in increased retention.
Whether you choose individual classes or a complete education program designed
specifically for your organization, Emerson can be your single expert training source and
offer flexibility to work within your schedules and shifts.
Your facility will benefit from these options:
•Accelerated boot camp developed for your new recruits.
•Assessments for skill gap analysis specific to your facility.
•Efficiently delivered blended learning approach.
Competency Development Program
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design
& Plan
develop
agreement
implement
To create a competency development program, Emerson follows
a proven process that starts with Educational Services consultants
leading your management team to identify items such as job-role
definitions and skills gap analysis. We will also guide the team to
discuss methods of assessing the training success.
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A competency development program
assists in attaining your unique goals
“The training exceeded my expectations.
I wanted information on
sizing control valves and I got that
plus much other useful information.”
Operations/Production Worker in the Oil and Gas Industry
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Learn Best Practices to Meet
Profitability Goals
Your personnel want to perform highquality work that shows positive results.
Learning best practices, your personnel
will avoid inadvertent operator errors
and improper maintenance that lead to
energy waste, contamination, unplanned
shutdowns, and off-spec product.
“The material was good. I needed
the review of the PID, the
instructor explained it in
a way that really helped me to
understand it much better
that I previously did.”
Maintenance Worker in the Refining Industry
With world-class training, your personnel will apply best practices to
Emerson products and applications throughout your facility.
Discover
maximize
Performance
Improvements & Cost
Reductions
Plant Automation
Benefits
manage
Learning Partner
Change &
New Technology
providing best practices
not just products
comply
with Government Regulations
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Grow
Skills in Diverse Cultures to Drive
Results
“The training our operators received was
second to none. The real-life exercises put our
operators at the top of their game and helped
make this one of the best startups I’ve ever
seen. We finished a day early with no injuries
or environmental incidents.”
Operations Manager in the Refining Industry
Increased Productivity
Broad Emerson Offerings
Emerson instructors’ application
expertise and practical field
experience dramatically boost
students’ skills and performance.
And evergreen training keeps
your people up to date on the
latest technologies, enabling
them to uncover new process
improvements.
In developing courses and
education paths, we draw from
multiple disciplines: control,
measurement, regulation, and
automation. In this way your
personnel will get the most from the
Emerson products and applications
at work in your operations.
IACET
Authorized
Provider
Emerson Educational Services has
been accredited as an Authorized
Provider by the International
Association for Continuing
Education and Training (IACET)
Students enjoy a consistent
high-quality class experience.
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Choose a Hands-on Learning Platform
and Train for Real-life Challenges
Learning styles vary as widely as people do.
Proof shows, however, that hands-on training
and experiential learning bring out questions
and solidify ideas for students.
Emerson delivers comprehensive, hands-on
blended training programs — including onsite instructor led, virtual, eLearning, and
more. Hands-on training provides practical
application skills with dedicated hardware at
regional training centers or locally.
Because your facility’s requirements
extend beyond Emerson products, we offer
classes in best practices such as process control
design.
“The workshop was great!
I liked having the
hands-on training. It is
what made everything
really come together.”
Maintenance Worker in the Chemical Industry
Your Choice of Learning Platforms
Your Emerson training plan is designed and developed toward
your objectives. For any learning situation - on-site, virtual
learning, or eLearning - you can choose to include facility
scenarios, student testing, student scoring, and reports of
student progress.
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“Experiential [learning] is a philosophy
and methodology in which educators
purposefully engage with students
in direct experience and focused
reflection in order to increase knowledge,
develop skills, and clarify values.”
Association of Experiential Education
On-site Traditional
Virtual Learning
eLearning
Courses can be taken at an
Emerson regional training
center, at a local site, or in
your facility. Instructor-led
classes provide local language
support with the equipment
and tools necessary for handson deep dives into engineering,
maintenance, and operations
knowledge.
An instructor, based at
an Emerson facility, leads
virtual learning classes
while students in their
own locations interact
with instructors, the
equipment, and other
students in real-time.
In an eLearning setting,
students learn at their
own pace, on their own
schedule, online with
no travel required. A
Learning Management
System (LMS) monitors
their hands-on learning
progress.
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Worldwide Satisfaction
Train Personnel to Be Confident.
Capable. Interested. READY.
We hope you will invite Emerson to instill confidence and develop
capabilities in your personnel. We will guide them to be interested in
potential solutions — ready to move your facility to greater efficiency
and profitability.
Whether for a new project or for ongoing operations and
maintenance, Emerson provides consulting services, skills
assessments, and the right training solutions at the right time.
•Project consultants identify targeted business results where
training solutions can improve plant operations.
•A skills assessment identifies skills gaps that can be addressed
with training and prescribes the proper training solution.
•Your staff will be prepared when your project comes on line and
throughout continuing operations and maintenance.
Across the world over several decades, Emerson has developed and
dedicated substantial resources to training operators, engineers,
technicians, and maintenance personnel. We are ready for you
anywhere and anytime.
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Training centers and certified
instructors in more than 40 countries.
“Course material greatly increased my understanding
of control valves and will improve my ability to
troubleshoot issues and design control valves when
needed. I like the labs and having valve internal parts
available for hands on inspection.”
Engineer in the Chemical Industry
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Global Educational Services-Providing the training
you need, when and where you need it.
We are pleased to provide you with our Educational Services course catalogue. Our instructor led courses and elearning offerings are
designed to help you run your plant operations with greater efficiency and productivity. Whether you are looking for specific industry application expertise or product knowledge, we have courses to help you engineer, operate, maintain, and manage industrial process control devices
and systems to achieve peak plant and process performance, as well as greater uptime and profitability.
Educational Services has been training personnel for over 65 years and we remain committed to providing quality training to our customers,
when and where they need it. We provide training that you can count on. As an IACET accredited training organization, our certification program for instructors, courseware, and training hardware ensures you of knowledgeable and skilled trainers delivering current information on
state-of-the-art equipment.
We can provide training either in one of our training centers listed in this catalogue or on-site at your premises.
In addition to this catalogue, we encourage you to use our website as a resource for announcements on new offerings, current listings of courses with locations and dates, and information on all of our worldwide training centers. Please contact us for further information or assistance in
helping you define the programs to best address your training needs.
We also provide customized training courses tailored to best suit your needs.
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OPERATE AND MANAGE
PlantWeb®
LEARNINGPATH
Emerson Process Management’s PlantWeb digital plant architecture is today’s cutting-edge
automation technology, bringing together the diverse components of process control systems in a
unique way to benefit end-users in many ways. This architecture is designed to take full advantage
of the communications capabilities of the FOUNDATION™ fieldbus technology and its capacity for
the open, continuous communication of large volumes of digital information generated by intelligent field devices. This information is accessed by the AMS Device Manager software and used for a
variety of time and money-saving functions. The DeltaV ™ digital automation system serves as an
ideal automation system host in this environment.
Today’s plant is a myriad of
process control hardware and
software. Everything from
valves to compressors, from
level measurement devices
to real-time data servers, and
from boilers to condensers,
just operating this collection
of technologies is challenging.
Making them all work together
at their best to produce the best
product at a profit is a daunting
task. It takes more than just
monitoring the process to be
successful. It takes optimizing
the devices and the process
together in the right environment
with people who have a clear
understanding of both.
Working in a plant for long
periods of time can create
“legacy thinking”, where even
when it is in the best interest
to change, nobody can bring
themselves to do so because
“that’s the way we’ve always
done it.” Emerson’s Educational
Services offerings can show
how to optimize existing
equipment with new methods
and technology.
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PlantWeb®
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AMS Device Manager
Course 7020
AMS Suite Intelligent Device
Manager Primer
CEUs: 2.1
Overview
Completing 2-days of AMS Device Manager
hands-on instructor assisted training modules
and exercises provide the quickest route to
your productive use this predictive maintenance application. The training exercises focus
on skills required by engineers and technicians
and are based on real-world tasks that most
users will encounter on the job.
7020-1 Configuring and Using
AMS Device Manager
• Viewing and Modifying Devices
• Creating a Plant Database Hierarchy
and Adding Devices
• Field Communicator-AMS Device Manager
• AMS Device Manager Browser Functions
• Audit Trail
• Calibrating Device - Calibration Assistant
• Configuring and Monitoring System Alerts
7020-2 System Administration
• AMS Device Manager System Overview
• Installing an AMS Device Manager Server Plus
Standalone
• Starting AMS Device Manager for the
1st Time
• Network Communication Interface Setup
• AMS Device Manager Database Management
• Installing a Distributed System
• Installing Device Types from Media
This instructor assisted course is operated in
a hands-on, self-paced environment which
allows the student to work at their
individual pace. Training can also be delivered
at your plant with the help of our certified
instructors. AMS Device manager modules may
also be purchased for self study which comes in
three seperate paper/bound modules. POA.
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Course e7020 NEW CEUs: .2
Audience
AMS Device Manager with
Rosemount HART Instruments
e
Learning
This course is for maintenance personnel and
managers responsible for understanding the
benefits of using the AMS Suite Intelligent
Device Manager. This is a 2-hour (average)
online course withAMS Device Manager
screens including interactive practice sessions,
workshops, demonstrations, audio presentations and quizzes.
Topics
• Be able to identify areas that AMS Device
Manager could be used to:
- Speed-Up Start-Ups and Commissioning
- Improve Quality and uptime
- Reduce Costs- Both Fixed and Operating
- Simply Safety System Use and
Compliance Including Start-Ups
• Identify and Navigate the AMS Device
Manager’s Screens
Course 7021
CEUs: 2.1
Learn the installation, calibration,
maintenance, and troubleshooting of measurement instrumentation using AMS Device Manager. The hand’s on focus is on skills required
by engineers, technicians, or others that are
new to the plant or instrument environment.
Overview
This 3-day course teaches maintenance and
calibration of measurement devices using AMS
Device Manager software to communicate and
track information. The student will learn how
pressure and temperature transmitters function, are installed, and calibrated using AMS
Device Manager. The course uses hands-on
training, labs, and lecture to teach the student
how to:
•Configure and use AMS Device Manager
•Correctly perform transmitter installation
and setup procedures
•Properly configure SMART transmitters
•Properly calibrate transmitters
•Perform basic troubleshooting-transmitters
Topics
•
Configuring and Using AMS Device
Manager
•
HART Communication
•
SMART Transmitters (3051C, 3144P)
•
Test Equipment Selection
•
Transmitter Installation
•
Transmitter Configuration
•
Transmitter Calibration
•
AMS Calibration Manager
•
Intelligent Calibrators
•
Transmitter Troubleshooting
Fieldbus Measurement Instruments
Course 2370 CEUs: 2.8
This course is for users that use DeltaV Operate
Graphics.
Overview
This 4 day course covers a complete DeltaV
system implementation. Upon completion of
this course the student will be able to define
system capabilities, define nodes, configure
continuous and sequential control strategies,
operate the system and define users and
security.
Prerequisites
Windows experience. It is recommended that
prospective attendees new to process control
systems attend Course 7101 or Course 7018.
Topics
Combustion Control & Safety
Workshop
• System Overview
• Explorer
• Control Modules
• Control Studio
• Motor Control
• Regulatory Control
• WorkSpace
• System Operation
• Alarms & Process History View
• Sequential Function Charts
• Phase Logic
• Security
Fieldbus Systems and Devices
Course 7032 Overview
This one day course covers optimising
combustion efficiency, safety and reliability
within industrial and process plants. It brings
significant savings in fuel consumption,
increased process unit reliability and stability,
increased steamgeneration and overall energy
efficiency. This training course focuses on
proven best practises, techniques and
methodologies that have delivered positive
results across many combustion & safety
projects.
The course is designed to help engineers
accelerate their knowledge and the application
of this knowledge to improve their combustion
fired equipment.
Combustion Control & Safety
The course agenda comprises
•Common problems found in combustion
equipment
•International standards compliance
•How to identify improvement opportunities
•Implementation of an unit based
improvement methodology
•Critical instrumentation for combustion
equipment performance
•Fuel and performance optimisation
•Enhanced Burner Management Systems
•Combustion and Safety - Practical
demonstration
•Advanced automation technologies for
performance improvement
• Getting started - Improvement opportunity
assessment
This course is delivered by an experienced
combustion and safety expert providing real
world experience and expertise.
The attendees will be shown how best practise
is implemented with practical demonstration
of combustion control and safety using a
simulated application.
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PlantWeb®
CEUs: 2.8
This course is for individuals responsible
for installing, troubleshooting, calibrating
and configuring FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus
instruments and control strategies using the
DeltaV™ scalable systems.
Overview
This 4-day lecture/lab provides maximum
hands-on experience working with the
integration of FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus
devices and the DeltaV™ scalable system.
The student will be able to install fieldbus
instruments and segment checkout for the
correct operation of the physical layer.
The student will be able to use the DeltaV
system to perform AMSTM Device Manager
methods such as calibration, setup wizards,
zero trim and diagnostics. The student will
be able to implement a pressure loop using
FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus function blocks
with the DeltaV™ Control Studio application.
The student will configure PlantWeb Alerts
and device alarm parameters.
Prerequisites
Course 7009 or Course 7018. The 375 Field
Communicator and Valvelink for Fieldbus will
be demonstrated and available for students as
optional activities.
Topics
• FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus Overview
• Macro Cycle Execution
• Fieldbus Function Blocks
• Control Strategy Configuration
• Control Anywhere
• FieldVue Theory of Operation
• Transmitter Theory of Operation
• AMS Device Manager Methods
• Fieldbus Wiring Practices
• System Troubleshooting
• Configuring Fieldbus Device
• Alarms and PlantWeb Alerts
• Configuring a Fieldbus
Operator Display
• Segment Checkout Procedures
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Communication Bus Interface with
DeltaVTM System
PlantWeb® DeltaVTM
Introduction
Course 7037 Course 7101 CEUs: 2.1
CEUs: 2.1
This course is for individuals responsible for
interfacing with Device Net, AS-i, Profibus DP
HART and serial communication busses to a
DeltaV™ scalable system.
This course is for individuals needing an
introduction to the technology and concepts
used in the new generation of process control
systems.
Overview
Overview
This 3-day course covers the integration of
field-bus compliant devices using DeltaVTM
systems. Upon completion of the course the
student will be able to install, configure and
verify proper operations of AS-i, Profibus DP.
DeviceNet and HART devices, including proper
wiring practices. The AMS Intelligent Device
Manager will be used to configure HART
instruments.
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaVTM Implementation
or Course 7018, DeltaVTM Hardware and Troubleshooting. The 375 Field Communicator will
be available for the students.
Topics
• HART Overview
• Configuring DeltaVTM Control
Module with HART
• Configuring HART Device with AMSTM
Intelligent Device Manager and/or
Rosemount 375 Handheld Communicator
• Serial Interface OveNiew
• Configuring DeltaV and Serial Interface Card
• Actuator Sensor Interface (AS-i) Overview
• AS-i: Wiring and Installation
• Assembling and Configuring
AS-i Network with DeltaV TM
• Profibus DP Overview
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Students who complete this 3-day course will
be able to:
• use and apply PlantWeb® terminology
and acronyms
• understand the functions of DeltaVTM
hardware components
• understand the capabilities of DeltaVTM
software applications
• understand the FOUNDATIONTM
fieldbus technology
• understand AMSTM Device Manager software
• understand OPC
Prerequisites
None
Topics
• DeltaVTM System Description
• Analog Control Modules
• Discrete Control Modules
• FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus
• AMSTM Device Manager
• OPC
Smart Wireless
Wireless Self Organizing Network Rosemount Analytical Wireless
Instrumentation Models 6081 P
(Rosemount Specific)
and 6081C
Course 2375
CEUs: 1.4
This course is for individuals responsible
for installing, troubleshooting, calibrating
and configuring FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus
instruments and control strategies using the
DeltaV™ scalable systems.
Overview
This 2-day course explains how Self Organizing
Wireless Networks function and how they are
installed, setup, configured and integrated.
It emphasizes planning, proper installation
and startup, configuration, maintenance, and
integration.
The course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and teach
the students. Students who complete this
course will:
• Correctly install and setup the 1420
Wireless Gateway
• Properly install and configure
Wireless Transmitters
• Properly integrate Host interfaces
to the Wireless Gateway Prerequisites
Some experience in Networks and
Host integration would be helpful.
Course 2203/2203V
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Our new wireless curriculum provides an introduction to wireless technology, describes how it can help you solve common
problems and access information that was previously out of economic and technical reach, and delivers practical advice on
Implementing a wireless solution.
Wireless Tank Gauging
CEUs: .2
Overview
This 2-hour class covers features, benefits and
operation of Rosemount Analytical’s Model
6081 wireless device. The Model 6081 P
measures pH and ORP and is SMART sensor
enabled. The Model 6081 C measures
Contacting Conductivity with sensors that
have either 2-wire or 4-wire inputs. Each device
communicates back to a 1420 Gateway via
Wireless HART communication.
This class is free when performed in
conjunction with course 2200 “General pH,
Conductivity, and ORP theory”.
The wireless tank gauging training is a 2-day
training focusing on the Rosemount Smart
Wireless Gateways, the Wireless THUM adapter
as well as Tank master, AMS and AMS Snapon.
Overview
The course goal is to help users in designing
and configuring a wireless tank gauging
system. Training courses are based on
classroom instructions backed up with
laboratory work to deliver the trainees with
a well balanced knowledge in an integrated
manner.
Prerequisites
Topics
• Connecting the Model 6081 toa Wireless
Mesh Network
• Configuring Update Rates
• Mesh Network Theory
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
Attended Product training, or has fair knowledge in Tank Gauging systems supplied by
Rosemount.
Topics
• The THUM adapter
• The Gateway
• Configuration in Tank Master
• AMS with wireless RTG
Topics
• How Self Organizing Networks Function
• Self Organizing Networks Best Practices
• Network Components
• 1420 Installation and Setup
• Network Parameters
• 648 and 3051 S Wireless Transmitters
Installation, Configuration,
Maintenance and Calibration
• Using AMS Device Manager with the
1420 Wireless gateway
• Configuring Wireless Devices with
AMS Device Manager
• Modbus Serial Integration
• Modbus TCP Integration
• OPC Integration
• 1420 Advanced Features
• Operation of AMS Wireless Snap-on
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Reliability Solutions
PATHS TO SUCCESS
Emerson training gives you the confidence and experience in industrial maintenance technologies. Our alumni can tell you of the recognition and job promotions they’ve received from plant management. With Emerson, you walk down a path that leads to full mastery of
knowledge and skills necessary in a Machinery Health program. These “Paths to Success” are outlined here. They include both theory/
application courses for certification as well as product-specific courses. Offered at Emerson’s training centers, these classes can also be held
at your chosen facility. For a calendar schedule of courses and registration information, visit www.assetweb.com/admin.
Category I Vibration Analyst Path to Success
Online Monitoring Path to Success
• Fundamentals of Vibration Analysis
• Fundamentals of CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer
• Basic Vibration Analysis
• Introduction to AMS Machinery Manager
• Category I Vibration Analyst Certification Exam
• Online Prediction (CSI 4500/6500/XP32)
Operation and Maintenance
• On-line Protection (CSI 6000/6500)
Operation and Maintenance
Category II Vibration Analyst Path to Success
Lubrication Analyst Path to Success
• Intermediate Vibration Analysis
• Intermediate AMS Machinery Manager
• CSI 2130 Advanced Function with PeakVue™
• Category II Vibration Analyst Certification Exam
Category Ill Vibration Analyst Path to Success
• Advanced Vibration Analysis
• Advanced AMS Machinery Manager
• PeakVue™ Mystery and Autocorrelation
• Category Ill Vibration Analyst Certification Exam
• Turbo Machinery Diagnostic
• Lubrication Level 1 & 2 with Certification exam
• Wear Debris Analysis Workshop
• OilView® for AMS Machinery Manager
Reliability Management Path to Success
• Maintenance Best Practice
• Root Cause Failure Analysis Adding other
Technologies to your Credentials
• Laser Alignment
• Balancing Theory & Application
• Basic Ultrasonic Theory & Technology &
Level 1 Certification Exam
• Electric Motor Diagnostics & Basic Motor View
• IR Thermography & Level 1 Certification Exam
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Fundamentals of Vibration
Basic Vibration Analysis/Catagory I
Compliant
Fundamentals of Vibration
eLearning
Course 2069
Course 2031 Course e2069 CEUs: 0.2
3months unlimited access
CEUs: 1.4
This course is for individuals responsible for
interfacing with Device Net, AS-i, Profibus DP
HART and serial communication busses to a
DeltaV™ scalable system.
Overview
This 2-day vibration training course is for those
with no prior experience in vibration analysis.
The class prepares participants for the Basic
Vibration Analysis Course. Students learn
about causes of vibration and methods of
measure-ment. Although the training course
does not provide instruction on Emerson’s CSI
technologies, the class will use them to demonstrate vibration principles.
Prerequisites
none
Topics
• Introduction to Vibration
• Components of a Predictive Maintenance
Program
• BasiC Fault Identification
• Vibratory Fault Characteristics and Patterns
• Information to Help Jump Start a Vibration
Program
CEUs: 2.8
This course is for individuals needing an
introduction to the technology and concepts
used in the new generation of process control
systems.
Overview
This course complies with Category I Vibration
Analyst per ISO standard 18436- 2: Vibration
condition monitoring and diagnostics. This
course is intended to enable students to operate single channel machinery analyzers, dump
and load routes, recognize the difference
between good and bad data, and compare
vibration measurements against pre-established alert settings. Although this training
course is not product specific, students will use
Emerson’s CSI technologies for demonstration
purposes.
The class shows the student how to use the
vibration analyzer in conjunction with Emerson
Machinery Health Management supported
software to analyze basic vibration defects.
Prerequisites
Fundamentals of vibration or up to six months
of vibration experience is recommended.
Topics
• Principles of Vibration
• Data acquisition & Signal Processing
• Condition monitoring & Corrective Action
• Equipment Knowledge
• Acceptance Testing
• Basic Analyzer Functions
• The Class Shows Students How to
Recognize Machine Defects such as:
-Unbalance
-Shaft Misalignment
-Looseness
-Rolling Element Bearing Defects
-Gear Problems
-Resonance Introduction
to Electrical Defects
-Introduction to Electrical Defects
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Companies today rely on fewer people to do more work. That’s why the need of training is more critical than ever to achieve
and maintain cost-effective maintenance programs. Emerson helps maximize the return on your investment in technology
and people. Every year, more than 1500 individuals receive training from Machinery Health around the world.
e
Learning
This e-course provides instruction to individuals
with no prior experience in vibration analysis. The course introduces the technology of
vibration analysis by explaining what vibration
analysis is and how it plays a critical role in
any predictive maintenance program. Students
are led through a self-paced discussion on how
vibration analysis works with many examples of
the types of faults that can be detected.
Students will also gain an understanding of
where and how vi5ration is measured with an
emphasis on good data collection techniques.
Students will learn important terminology that
will be critical to their success as they progress
to the next level of training in vibration analysis;
Emerson’s Basic Vibration Analysis course.
Topicsto be covered includes:
Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Vibration
Chapter 2: How is Vibration Measured?
Chapter 3: Understanding the Vibration Signal
Chapter 4: Vibration Units
Chapter 5: Analysis Parameters
Chapter 6: Data Analysis: Where to begin?
Note: Typical duration of course access is 3
months. Contact [email protected] to
request an extension.
Participants will receive a complimentary
copy of the Pocket Vibration Analysis
Trouble-Shooter Guide.
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Our instructors share their own real-world experiences and guide classes through hands-on exercises that reinforce the
lesson. Reliability Solutions strategy includes training courses designed to help you start-up and maintain your mechanical
equipment. Our goal is to provide you with the knowledge to keep your plant running smoothly.
Intermediate Vibration
analysis/Category II compliant
ISO Compliant Vibration
Certification Exams
Fundamentals of CSI 2130
Machinery Health Analyzer
Course 2032
Course 2021EX
Course 2072 Overview
Overview
CEUs: 2.8
Overview
This course complies with Category II Vibration
Analyst per ISO standard 18436-2: Vibration
condition monitoring and diagnostics.
Category II vibration analysts are expected
to be able to select appropriate vibration measurement techniques, set up instruments for
basic resolution of amplitude, frequency, and
time, perform basic spectrum analysis, maintain a database of results and trends, perform
single-channel impact tests, classify, interpret,
and evaluate test results in accordance with
applicable specifications and standards,
recommend minor corrective actions, and
understand basic single plane field balancing
concepts.
This course also features the use of the CSI
2130 Machinery Analyzer in conjunction with
advanced machinery analysis techniques.
Discussions of case histories on machinery
faults are one of the focal points of this course
Prerequisites
Basic Vibration Analysis course and
acumulative 18 months of field experience
are recommended.
Topics
• Equipment Testing and Diagnostics
• Reference Standards
• Reporting and Documentation
• Fault Severity Determination
• Analyzer Averaging Techniques
• Slow Speed Applications using Slow
Speed Technology (SST®)
• Sensor Selection Guidelines
• Introduction to Demodulation and PeakVue®
• Advanced Waveform Analysis
• Sideband Analysis
• Rolling Element Bearing Failure Modes
• Advanced Electrical Analysis Techniques
• Pump/fan Vibration
• Phase Analysis using Single and Dual Channel
• Perform Basic Single-Plane Field Balancing
Students will receive a complimentary copy of
the Simplified Handbook of Vibration Analysis,
Volume I, by Art Crawford.
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Category I exam, available at the end of course
2031. Test Format: Written exam Duration: 2
hours Passing Grade: 75%
Eligibility for Examination:
• Recommended Minimum Duration
of Cumulated Training (hours): 32
• Recommended Minimum Duration
of Cumulated Experience (months): 6
Course 2022EX
Overview
Category II exam, available at the end of course
2032. Test Format: Written exam Duration: 3
hours Passing Grade: 75%
Eligibility for Examination:
• Recommended Minimum Duration
of Cumulated Training (hours): 70
• Recommended Minimum Duration
of Cumulated Experience (months): 18
• Passing Category I exam is NOT a
prerequisite for taking Category II exam.
CEUs: 1.4
This 2-day hands-on course focuses on the
basic operation of the CSI 2130 Machinery
Health Analyzer. Students will collect data
on lab machines. This course is designed for
students with little or no experience with CSI
analyzers, but who are experienced in the field
of vibration data collection and analysis.
Note: You may take with Fundamentals of
Vibration as a four day course.
Prerequisites
Understanding of vibration analysis.
Topics
• Analyzer/Computer Communication
• Predefined Route Data Collection
• Off-Route Data Collection and Setup
• Monitor Mode Measurements
• Peak and Phase Measurements
Mystery PeakVue™
and Autocorrelation
Course 2035/2075
CEUs: 2.1
This 3-day course provides insight into
advanced functionality of Emerson’s patented
PeakVue ™ technology and Autocorrelation.
Machine vibrations generate both macro and
microscopic vibrations, and microscopic
vibrations generate stress waves that have
frequency ranges determined by the mass of
the impacting object. The properties of these
stress waves will be explained.
Overview
The Autocorrelation section of the course
will teach the power of the autocorrelation
coefficient function for the analysis of vibration
induced time wave form data. The autocorrelation function data generally are computed
from the same time wave form data used to
compute the spectrum. The strengths of the
autocorrelation data are complimentary to
the strengths of the spectral data. This course
makes use of both case studies from real-life
examples of common faults and live demonstrations illustrating specific mounting
procedures to reliably detect certain faults.
The difference between PeakVue™ techniques
and demodulation will also be demonstrated.
Prerequisites
Students should be familiar with vibration data
collection and analysis techniques and the use
of AMS Machinery Manager Software.
Topics
• Proper Peak Vue TM Set-Ups for all
Speeds (as low as 1 rpm) ]
• Sensor Selection and Sensor Mounting
• Setting Alarm Levels
• Choosing Trend Parameters
• Analyzing PeakVue™ Spectra and
Waveforms
• Uses of the Circular Waveform Plot
• Introduce the Autocorrelation Coefficient
• Demonstrate the Computation of the
Autocorrelation Coefficient Data from the
Time Wave form Data
• Highlight the Strengths of the
Autocorrelation Coefficient Function Data/
Spectra Data
• Demonstrate the use of the Autocorrelation
Coefficient Data as a Diagnostic Tool to
Support the Spectra Data for Vibration
Analysis Through Several Case Studies
• Identify Unique Patterns of the
Autocorrelation Function Data for Certain
Classes of Bearing Faults, Gearing Faults, etc.
Introduction to AMS™ Suite:
Machinery Health Manager
Intermediate AMS™ Suite:
Machinery Health Manager
Course 2068 CEUs: 2.8
Course 2074 CEUs: 2.8
Overview
Overview
This 4-day course was designed for the new
users of AMS Machinery Manager. Students
learn methods of database creation and vital
features of route creation such as collecting
reference data, analyzer/computer communication, and the basic concepts of Analysis
Parameter Sets, Alarm Limit Sets, and Fault
Frequency Sets. A CSI 2130 Analyzer will be
used to load routes and collect data on lab
machinery for basic vibration analysis using
Export and Diagnostic Plotting.
This 4-day course was designed for students
who have a basic understanding of AMS
Machinery Manager. Students expand their
knowledge of machinery analysis techniques,
focusing on analysis and reporting using PlotData, Diagnostic Analysis, Export, PeakVueTM
and the full version of RBMview®
Prerequisites
Topics
Computer experience with the Windows
operating system and Basic Vibration are
recommended.
Topics
• Navigation
• Database Creation
• Data Collection
• Basic Analysis and Reporting
• Link to RBMview®
• Data locker Management (lite)
This course is based on the current mass
release of the AMSTM Machinery Manager
soft-ware. Students can call to verify if the
course is appropriate to the version they are
using. Advanced Vibration Analysis Module,
Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI On-Line
Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview
modules are covered in other course offerings
and are not part of this course.
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Prerequisites
Introduction to AMS Machinery Health
Manager Course
• Vibration Analysis Module
• Export
• PeaVue Technology
• RBMview®
• PlotData
This course is based on the current mass
release of the AMS Machinery Manager
software. Students can call to verify if the
course is appropriate to the version they are
using. Infrared Analysis, Motorview, CSI On-line
Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview
modules are covered in other course offerings
and are not part of this course.
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Fundamentals of CSI 2140
Practical Application of CSI Online
Technologies
Advance CSI 2130 with PeakVue
Course 2076
Course 2088A
Course 2091
NEW CEUs:1.4
Overview
This 2-day hands-on course focuses on the
basic operation of the CSI 2140 Machinery
Health Analyzer. Students collect data on lab
machines. This course is designed for personnel with little or no experience with CSI
analyzers, but who are experienced in the field
of vibration data collection and analysis.
Prerequisites
Understanding of vibration analysis. Familiar
with basic vibration collection principles
Topics
• Analyzer/Computer Communication
• Predefined Route Data Collection
• Job Data Collection and Setup
• Manual Mode Measurements
• Introduction to CSI 2140 Analysis Expert
Functions
Note: You may take with Fundamentals of
Vibration as a 4-day course.
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CEUs: 2.8
Overview
Overview
This course is intended for:
• anyone interested in online monitoring
and transient capture
• reliability managers
• vibration analysts and technicians
responsible for reliability services
Prerequisites
This 4-day course explores the operation, use,
and application of online monitoring and transient capture technologies using CSI ‘s 4500,
6500, XP-32 and 2600 online products and
AMS Suite: Machinery Health Monitoring
Software.
Prerequisites
Knowledge of vibration and industrial
machinery is helpful, but not necessary.
Topics
• On-line Monitoring Database Configuration
including Gross Scan and Spectral Scan
• Database Construction of Sleeve Bearing
Configuration including Shaft Centerline
Plots and Orbits
• Sensor Configurations for Various Sensor
Types including: Accelerometer, Velocity,
Proximity Probe, Microphone, Pressure,
Laser Displacement, Temperature and other
Sensors
• Practical Application of Input and
Output Relays
• Troubleshooting Tools (Putty or Tel net)
• Constructing Analysis Parameter Sets for
Normal Vibration, High Frequency Vibration,
PeakVue and Process Signals
• Time and Predicate Based Data Collection
Sets
• On-line Watch Program Operation
• Transient Capture Database Configurations
• Transient Auto Archive Creation
• Transient Data Extraction
• Online and Transient Capture Case Histories
• Analyzing On-line and Transient Data using
the Vibration Analysis Program
CEUs: 2.1
This 3-day course is intended for students with
single-channel vibration analysis experience
and little or no multi-channel experience. This
class covers advanced signal processing using
Emerson’s patented PeakVue technology for
slow-speed analysis, transient capabilities,
coherence and cross-channel phase, operating
deflection shapes (ODS), modal analysis, and
other advanced techniques.
Single channel vibration analysis experience is
required.
Topics
• PeakVue
• Resonance De ‘ection
• Dual Channel 1 ata Collection
• Fundamentals of Cross-Channel Data
Collection
• Introduction to Coherence and
Cross-Channel Phase
• Orbit Data Collection
• Introduction to Operating Deflection Shape
(ODS) Testing Methods
• Introduction to Modal Analysis Testing
Methods
• Advanced Two-Channel DLP
• Zoom Analysis, Cascade and Overall
• Transient Wave Form Capture and Analysis
• CSI 2130 Analysis Experts
Advanced Vibration Analysis/
Category III Compliant
Balancing Theory & Application for
CSI 2130
Online Protection Operation and
Maintenance
Course 2033 NEW CEUs:2.8
Course 2015
Course 2080
Overview
Overview
This course complies with Category III Vibration
Analyst per ISO standard 18436-2: Vibration
condition monitoring and diagnostics.
This course expands on the subjects covered in
the Intermediate Vibration course (Category
II), especially in the areas of fault analysis and
corrective actions. The class details advanced
analysis techniques.
The dual channel machinery health analyzer features are introduced including the use of AMS™
Suite: Machinery Health Manager Software to
set up the advanced analyzer features and the
powerful downloadable programs for data collection. The transient machinery health analyzer
capabilities are covered such as long-term time
waveform.
The class covers advanced resonance detection
using a variety of testing methods, including
triggered data collection.
Prerequisites
Intermediate Vibration Analysis course and a
cumulative three years of field experience are
recommended.
CEUs: 2.8
This 4-day class (2 days on Balancing Theory
and 2 days on Balancing Applications with CSI
2130) teaches how to perform single- and
dual-plane balancing using both graphical and
analyzer-based balancing methods. The class
uses the CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer
on lab machinery.
Prerequisites
Understanding of vibration analysis is
recommended.
Topics
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CEUs: 2.8
Overview
This 4-day course is a hands-on training for
anyone involved with operating and maintaining
a CSI Online Protection System. Workshops
include practice with “live” monitors and racks.
Topics
• Overview of hardware components
• Rack configuration
• Operator display software
• Data acquisition software
• Interface with the CSI On-line prediction
system
• System troubleshooting and maintenance.
• Imbalance identification
• Use of vectors
• Calculating influence coefficients
• Use of the auxiliary analyzer balance
functions
• Use of UltraMgr module
• Calculating a system lag
• Estimate trial weights
• Balancing flexible rotor systems
• Balancing overhung rotors
• Applying balancing techniques in an
industrial setting
Topics
• Specify appropriate vibration instrumentation
hardware and software for both portable and
permanently installed systems
• Perform spectrum and time waveform
analysis under both steady-state and unsteady
operating conditions
• Establish specifications for vibration levels and
acceptance criteria for new machinery
• Measure and analyze basic operational
deflection shapes (ODS)
• Measure and analyze PeakVue™ technology
measurements
• Slow Speed Technology (SST®)
• Zoom Analysis
• Transient Techniques
• Dual Channel Machinery Analyzer Features
• Triggered Data Capture
• Resonance Detection
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Advanced AMS™ Suite:
Machinery Health Manager
eLearning: Vibration Analysis Module
AMS Machinery Manager (V5.2 or Higher)
Course 2070 or 2070V
CEUs: 2.8
Course e2074V CEUs: 0.1
3 Months Unlimited Access
Overview
Overview
e
Learning
eLearning: Fundamentals of CSI
2140 Machinery Health Analyzer
Course e2140 NEW CEUs:.6
3 Months Unlimited Access
e
Learning
This 4-day course is the third in our series of
AMS Machinery Manager courses. Its focus IS
on the management, modification and .
optimization of the existing AMS Machmery
Manager database. Students will !earn how to
modify existing Wizard configurations, add
and edit users, statistically adjust alert and fault
levels make global database changes, and
many other very useful database functions.
This course is intended for the advanced user
who has already created a machinery database
and has been acquiring, storing and analyzmg
data for six months or more.
This e-course provides thorough introduction
on the Vibration Analysis module in the
V5.2 orhigher AMS Machinery Manager
software. The interface of the Vibration
Analysis module is much more user intuitive.
With the V5.2N5.3 version of the Vibration
Analysis module, powerful tools for the analysis
and comparison of multiple types of data
are right at your fingertips.
Familiar with the AMS Machinery Manager
Software I
Emerson’s Machinery Health Management
training now includes the Fundamentals of the
CSI 2140 elearning course, designed to provide
you with the tools you need to perform data
collection using the CSI 2140 Machinery Health
Analyzer. The course leads you through a basic
introduction of the analyzer including panel
descriptions and reviews of the purpose and
function of all connectors, ports, slots, keys,
indicators and buttons. The user learns how to
load a pre-defined route into the analyzer. take
general data as well as specialized data, and
then dump that data back into the computer
for further diagnostic analysis.
Prerequisites
Topics
Topics
Intermediate Vibration course 2032) or one
year vibration analysis experience are recommended. Experience with the Windows
operating system is recommended.
Topics
• Advanced Analysis Features in Vibration
Analysis Module
• Problem Reporting
• Status-at-a-Glance Operation and Reporting
• Nspectr®
• Wizard - Reportmg Techniques and
Modification/Addition of Setup Information
• Austostat
• Database Utility
• Database Zip Utility
• Network Administration
• Data Locker Management
This course is based on the current mass
release of the AMS Machinery Manager software. Students can call to verify if the course is
appropriate to the version they are using.
lnfrared Analysis Motorview, CSI Online
Machinery Health Monitor and Oilview
modules are covered in other course offerings
and are not part of this course.
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Prerequisites
• Introduction of the New Vibration Analysis
Module (V5.2N5.3)
• Learn to Display Spectra, Waveform, and
Trends
• Use the Toolbar for Data Manipulation
Note: Typical duration of course access is
3 months. Contact [email protected]
to request an extension.
• Custom Faceplates
• Custom Dynamos
• Analyzer/Computer Communication
• Predefined Route Data Collection
• Job Data Collection and Setup
• Manual Mode Measurements
• Introduction to CSI 2140 Analysis Expert
Functions
AutoStat for AMS™ Suite:
Machinery Health Manager
Power Quality and Grounding for
Electronic Systems
Course 2070CV CEUs: 3.2
Course 5590
AutoStat is included in the standard
curriculum of the 4-day Advanced AMS
Machinery Manager, course 2.070. This 2-day
session only covers AutoStat in the AMS
Machinery Manager software.
This 2-day course is designed for personnel
involved with the planning, installation and
maintenance of DeltaV digital automation
system and provides essential knowledge
regarding the power and grounding system
for DeltaV equipment.
Alarms are an important part of any analysis
program. Properly setting alarms allows the
user to quickly identify an abnormal machine
condition and reduces time spent analyzing
machines that are running in acceptable or
“normal” condition.
AMS Machinery Health Manager provides the
user the ability to create up to 12 parameter
bands with alarms in addition to the Overall
value. Calculating ideal alarm values for thes
parameters can oe very complicated. Autostat
uses statistical analysis to provide limit value.
for the individual parameter bands by analyzing the data associated with similar pieces of
equipment.
Overview
This 2-day hands-on course focuses on the
basic operation of the CSI 2140 Machinery
Health Analyzer. Students collect data on
lab machines. This course is designed for
personnel with little or no experience with CSI
analyzers, but who are experienced in the field
of vibration data collection and analysis.
Topics
• Analysis Parameter Alarms vs/ Narrowband
Alarms -What’s the Difference?
• Database Setup Requirements and Reports
• Creating and Editing Analysis Groups
• Modifying and Creating New Parameter
Alarms
• Creating and Editing Statistical Envelopes
• Using these Alarms within the Vibration
Analysis Plotting Application
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CEUs: 1.4
Overview
This course focuses on specific power and
grounding requirements of a control system.
You will learn:
• how to conduct site verifications
• how to audit using “hands-on” testing labs
• to detect power and grounding problems on
existing sites
Prerequisites
A working knowledge of electronics and AC
power basics is required.
Topics
• Review of Power Basics
• Power System Measurements
• Low Voltage Power Systems
• Power System Grounding
• Earthing vs. Grounding
• Connection to Earth
• Equipment Grounding
• Code Requirements
• Building Power Distribution
• Feeders and Branch Circuits
• Separately Derived Systems
• Power & Grounding for the DeltaV System
• Single Point Grounding
• Isolated Ground Installations
• Dedicated Circuits
• DC Grounding
• Verifying New Installations
• Power Quality Problems
• Applying Power Conditioning
• SIS Power and Grounding Installation
• Intrinsic Safety Devices
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Introduction to Developing
Reliability-Based Maintenance
Strategies
Introduction to Planning and
Scheduling Principles
Materials Management
Strategies
Course REL003
Course REL004
Course REL006
Overview
Overview
Overview
Topics
Topics
This 2 day course is an introduction to the basic
maintenance strategy model that will act as the
foundation for developing RCM techniques,
choosing and deploying PMs and creating an
effective maintenance strategy to support an
efficient maintenance
environment.
Topics
• Maintenance Strategy Models
• Basic RCM Techniques
• PM Task Selection
• Basic PM Tools
• PM Program Design
• PM Development Principles
• PM Scheduling Techniques
• PM Program Monitoring
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This 2 day course is an introductory course
designed to provide participants with an
understanding of the fundamentals of creating
and maintaining an efficient planning and
scheduling program.
• Planning and Scheduling World Class Model
• Planning Principles
• Scheduling Principles
• Planning and Scheduling Program Monitoring
This 2 day course is an introductory course
designed to provide participants instructions
about how to manage, organize, and control
inventory risk through strategic MRO inventory
management.
• Introduction to Material Management
• Purpose and Strategic Importance
• Organizing for Maintenance Stores and
• Management Control
• Stores Management Tools
• High Performance Stores
• Stores KPI Metrics and World Class
Benchmarks
Reliability Centered Maintenance
(RCM) Principles
Foundational Awareness for
Maintenance & Reliability
Professionals
Course REL007
Course REL009
Overview
Overview
This 2 day course is covers the principles of
RCM RCM is a key foundational element of
a Reliability Based Maintenance program.
This course covers all important aspects of
Reliability Centered Maintenance Analysis
and Implementation. Participants will learn
how to effectively participate in an RCM
program and have all necessary information
to support such an implementation.
• Introduction
• History of RCM
• Why RCM
• Selecting candidate equipment
• Team approach
• RCM philosophies
• Conducting RCM Analysis
• RCM terms and defi nitions
• Identifying system parameters
• Answering the 7 questions of RCM
• Determining failure mitigation strategies
• Implementing the results of RCM analysis
• Conducting RCM Analysis
• Facilitating RCM at your site
• Who should lead
• Choosing the appropriate analysis tools
• Tracking progress through to completion
• Avoiding the causes of failed RCM
Implementations
• Conducting RCM Analysis
• Leveraging the Benefi ts of RCM
• Lateral deployments
• The FMEA library
• Celebrating results
• Showing the business case
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This 4 day course is a comprehensive course
provides participants with a comprehensive
overview of key foundational elements,
both technical and non-technical, which must
be understood and integrated in order to be
most effective in the maintenance and
reliability profession.
Topics
• The Business of Maintenance and Reliability
• Setting goals and objectives
• Selling change
• Measuring performance evaluation
• Building the business case
• Communication
• Resource planning and budgeting
• Performance agreements
• Production System Reliability
• Process and industry standards
• Production system understanding
• Process improvement methods
• Environmental, Health, and Safety
considerations
• Management of change
• Equipment Reliability Tactics
• Establishing reliability targets
• Reliability gap analysis
• Equipment maintenance strategy
development
• Continuous improvement
• People and Culture Management
• Assessing organizational competence
• Defining the maintenance and
reliability organization
• Skills development
• Communication for change
• Work management best practices
• Work identification
• Work prioritization
• Planning and scheduling
• Backlog management
• Resource management
• Work history documentation
• Analyzing work history for improved
performance
• Performance measures
• Capital project planning
Information technology
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DeltaV™ Operator Training
Simulation (OTS)
Overview
DeltaV Operator Training Simulation (OTS)
is an engineered, hands-on, process-specific
learning environment designed to up-skill our
customers’ operations workforce. DeltaV OTS
exposes operators to what they will experience
in their actual control room. This enables
operations personnel to gain experience in an
off-line, non-intrusive environment. Operators
will learn DeltaV operating concepts while
learning their actual process in preparation to
effectively handle incidents or process upsets.
The ability to practice how to handle potential
incidents in a simulation environment is
invaluable. The OTS training solution is not only
key to preparing operations personnel prior
to the start-up of new automation projects.
It’s an ongoing tool to train future operators,
a great refresher tool and a platform for more
advanced training for current operators.
DeltaV OTS includes the following
key deliverables:
• Self-Guided Custom Curriculum Based on
the Customer’s Configuration and actual
displays
• DeltaV Training Simulators that include
both hardware and software that operate
the customer configuration in a simulated
environment
• Student Testing that includes realistic
failure scenarios that record actual operator
responses
Key tangible savings and benefits
indude:
• Quicker, Smoother Start-Ups
• Reduced Operator Error
• Product Loss Reduction/Elimination
• Improved Product Quality
• Regulatory Violation Recfuction/Eiimination
• Reduce Incident Reporting
• Operator Acceptance and Endorsement to
Change Management
To discuss OTS and simulation contact us at
OTS®EmersonProcess.com
DeltaV™ Implementation I
DeltaV™ Operator Interface for
Continuous Control
Course 7009 CEUs: 3.2
Course 7012 CEUs: 1.4
This course is for users that use DeltaV Operate
Graphics.
This course is for operators, supervisors
and managers responsible for the operation of
continuous processes using DeltaV system.
Overview
This 4.5 days course covers a complete DeltaV
system implementation. Upon completion of
this course the student will be able to define
system capabilities, define nodes, configure
continuous and sequential control strategies,
operate the system and define users and
security.
Prerequisites
Windows experience. It is recommended that
prospective attendees new to process control
systems attend Course 7101 or Course 7018.
Topics
• System Overview
• Explorer
• Control Modules
• Control Studio
• Motor Control
• Regulatory Control
• WorkSpace
• System Operation
• Alarms & Process History View
• Sequential Function Charts
• Phase Logic
• Security
Overview
This 2-day course uses lectures and hands-on
workshops to provide an in-depth overview on
operating the DeltaV System. Students who
complete this course will:
• access operator displays
• manipulate various control module
operating parameters to operate the process
• respond to process alarms
• monitor process performance
• view real-time and historical trend data
Topics
• System Overview
• Accessing DeltaV Operate Window,
Menus Displays and Directories
• Discrete and Analog Control
Module Operation
• Accessing Alarm Displays/Alarm Handling
• Motor Control Module Operation
• Regulatory/Cascade Control
Module Operation
• Accessing Real-time/Historical Trend Data
• Unit Alarms
• Sequential Function Chart Operation
• Phase Logic Modules
eLearning: DeltaV Operator
Interface for Continuous Control
Course e7012 CEUs: 1.2
Audience
e
Learning
Operators, supervisors and managers
responsible for the operation of continuous
processes with a DeltaV System. Ideal students
for this course are new to the DeltaV System
but already have process control/plant experience. This interactive on-line course includes
audio presentations, demonstrations, practice
sessions, workshops, quizzes, and a final examination. The average time to complete the
course is 12 hours.
Topics
• System Overview; Accessing DeltaV Operate
• Navigating in DeltaV Operate
• Discrete, Analog, Regulatory, and Cascade
Control Module Operation
• Motor Control Module Operation
• Accessing: Alarm Displays; Real-Time/
Historical Trend Data; Process History View
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DeltaV™ Operator Interface for
Batch
DeltaV™ Systems Batch
Implementation
DeltaV™ Implementation II
Course 7014 CEUs: 1.8
Course 7016 CEUs: 3.2
Course 7017 This course is for operators, supervisors,
and managers responsible for the operation of
batch processes using DeltaV system.
This course is designed for individuals
responsible for configuring and commissioning
DeltaV Batch software.
This sequential course is for users that have
completed course 7009.
Overview
Overview
This 4.5days course is for process control
engineers responsible for configuring the
DeltaV system. Advanced topics will be
covered including displays, function blocks,
and configuration tips.
This 3 day course uses lectures and hands-on
workshops to provide an in-depth overview
on operating the DeltaV System. It includes all
content in course 7012 plus students will:
• understand basic batch terminology
• manipulate Unit Module parameters
• access the Batch Operator Interface
• run procedures
• review batch history data
Topics
• System Overview
• Accessing DeltaV Operate
• Window, Menus Displays and Directories
• Discrete, Analog, Regulatory and Cascade
Control Module Operation
• Motor Control Module Operation
• Accessing Alarm Displays/ Alarm Handling
• Accessing Real-time/Historical Trend Data
• Accessing Process History View
• Sequential Function Chart Operation
• Phase and Recipe Controls
• Batch Operator Interface
• Batch Historian
• Campaign Manager
This 4.5days course covers the implementation
of a complete batch application. A process simulator will provide a batch application. Students
will use DeltaV Batch software to configure
recipe entities including, Aliasing, Equipment
Trains, Dynamic Unit Allocation, Phase Logic,
Operations and Unit Procedures. Equipment
entities will also be configured including, Units
modules and Process cells.
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I
Topics
• Batch Overview
• Unit Phase
• Alias Definition
• Unit Module
• Process Cell
• Class Based Control Modules
• Class Based Equipment Modules
• Operation
• Unit Procedure
• Procedure
• Equipment Trains
• Unit Aliasing
• Dynamic Unit Allocation
OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaVTM
CEUs: 3.2
Overview
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I
Topics
• Function Block Structure
• HART Inputs and Outputs
• Analog Control Blocks
• DeltaV Tune with InSight
• Device Control Options
• Class Based Control Modules
• Expressions
• Unit Alarms
• Multi-Dimensional (Array Parameter)
• Equipment Modules
• Display Environment
• Custom Faceplates
• Custom Dynamos
eLearning: DeltaV Operator
Interface for Batch Control
Course e7014 CEUs: 1.6
e
Learning
Audience
Operators, supervisors, and managers
responsible for the operation of a batch process
using the DeltaV system. This is an interactive
16-hour on-line course with DeltaV screens
including audio presentations, demonstrations, practice sessions, workshops, quizzes
and a final examination.
Topics
• System Overview
• Accessing DeltaV Operate
• Navigation in DeltaV Operate
• Discrete, Analog, Regulatory, and Cascade
Control Module Operation
• Motor Control Module Operation
• Accessing Alarm Displays
• Accessing Real-Time/Historical Trend Data
• Accessing Process History View
• Phase and Recipe Controls
• Batch Operator Interface
• How to Add/Run Batches
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OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaV™ Hardware &
Troubleshooting
DeltaV™ Systems
Administration XP/Server 2003
DeltaV™ Systems Administration
for Windows 7 and Server 2008
Course 7018 CEUs: 2.8
Course 7024 Course 7027 This course is recommended for
instrumentation and maintenance technicians
and their managers, and for configuration
engineers prior to taking configuration classes.
It provides an overview of the DeltaV Control
Network, hardware, and software applications.
Upon completion, you will be able to describe
the hardware and perform troubleshooting
techniques for the DeltaV Control Network,
Controllers,1/0 subsystem, and workstation.
Overview
This 4-day course focuses on the hardware
components that make up the DeltaV system.
Using a combination of lectures and workshops, you will assemble the system and
power up the Controller, 1/0 subsystem, and
workstation. You will learn how to use the
diagnostic tools available to verify and locate
hardware-related fault conditions, and you will
be introduced to configuration tools and the
operator interface. If your systems include bus
technologies, we recommend courses 7030,
7032, or 7037. The 7018 course satisfies the
prerequisite requirement for these bus courses.
Prerequisites
Windows experience.
Topics
• DeltaV Overview
• Controllers
• 1/0 Cards
• Carriers
• Field Power
• System Power Supplies
• Control Network
• Workstation
• Diagnostics
• Troubleshooting
• DeltaV Operate Overview
• Interpreting the Event Journal, Trend
Charts and Alarm List
• Introduction to HART Devices and AMS
• Intelligent Device Manager
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CEUs: 3.2
Overview
Overview
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Topics
Topics
This course is designed for system administrators that will be installing, commissioning
and implementing a DeltaV system running on
the XP operating system and Windows Server
2003. The course is 4 days in length.
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation l,
or Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting
• Overview/Review of System Components
and Topologies
• Installation Checklist of the XP
Operating System
• Installation of the DeltaV Software
Components
• DeltaV Control Networks
• DeltaV Domains and Workgroups
• Users and Securities
• Upgrading Hardware and Software
• Backup and Restore Procedures
• Importing/Exporting
• Process Historian Administration
• DeltaV Zones
CEUs: 3.2
This 4.5 day course is designed for system
engineers and administrators responsible for
installing, commissioning, and managing a
DeltaV system running on the Windows 7
operating system and Windows Server 2008.
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I,
or Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting
• Overview/Review of System Components
and T apologies
• Installation Checklist of the Windows 7 and
Windows Server 2008 Operating Systems
• Installation of the DeltaV Software
Components
• DeltaV Control Networks and Remote Access
• DeltaV Domains and Workgroups
• User Administration and Network Security
• Upgrading Hardware and Software
• Backup and Restore Procedures
• Importing/Exporting
• DeltaV Zones
DeltaV™ Advanced Graphics
Practical Implementation
of FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus
eLearning: Features Training on
DeltaV Analyze 2.0
Course 7025 CEUs: 3.2
Course 7035 Course e7045 CEUs: .2
Overview
This 4.5 day course is for process control
engineers responsible for configuring
advanced functionality in the DeltaV user
interface. This course expands on graphic topics
covered in both the DeltaV Implementation,
course 7009 and DeltaV Implementation II,
course 7017.
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I
Topics
• Visual Basic Primer
• Forms
• Modules
• Schedules
• User Preferences
• Picture Sizing
• Environment Customization
• Custom Faceplates
• Function Block Faceplates
• FRS Functions
• Pop Up Menus
• Color Threshold Tables
• Custom Dynamos
• Tag Groups
• Key Macro Editor
CEUs: 1.4
OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaVTM
e
Learning
This course is for individuals responsible for
Overview
evaluating FOUNDATION™ fieldbus technology This course is for personnel who will be using
for process automation projects.
DeltaV Analyze in their alarm management
program. This on-line course includes audio
Overview
presentations, quizzes, and up to a four hour
This 2-day course covers the practical impleaccess to DeltaV Analyze. To obtain hands on
mentation issues with FOUNDATION™ field bus experience, e7045 students will have four hour
faced by design and project engineers familiar access to DeltaV Analyze over a two week
with 4-20mA DCS installations. Upon comple- timeframe.
tion of the course the student will understand
the basics of fieldbus technology and be
Topics
aware of areas that will change during project • DeltaV Analyze Overview
execution. The student will be able to design
• DeltaV Analyze Administration Features
H1 fieldbus segments, specify equipment,
• How to Create a Bookmark
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• How to Create an Alarm Statistics Report
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though DeltaV and Emerson Process Manage- Note: Course access is 3 months
ment field devices are used for examples and
demonstration purposes.
Prerequisites
Background in instrumentation & electrical
engineering, control systems engineering,
or project engineering.
Topics
• Introduction to FOUNDA TIONTM fieldbus
Technology
• Design of H 1 Field bus Segments
• Hazardous Area Applications
• Project Engineering Practices Using
FOUNDATION™ field bus
• Economic Benefits Compared to Traditional
4-20mA DCS Technology
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OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaV™ Advanced Control
DeltaV™ SIS Overview
DeltaV™ Safety Instrumented
System (SIS) Maintenance
Course 7201 Course 7301 Course 7303 CEUs: 3.2
Overview
This 4.5 day course introduces students to the
advanced control tools available within DeltaV
and how they may be used to improve plant
operations. The principal technology that is
utilized in each product will be discussed.
The areas of improvement that may be
achieved will be detailed. Also, each student
will gain hands on experience with these tools
in class exercises based on realistic process
simulations.
Prerequisites
Courses 7101, PlantWeb DeltaV lntro. or 7009,
DeltaV Implementation I or equivalent field
experience.
Topics
• The Control Foundation in DeltaV
-Traditional Tools e.g. Override,
Cascade, Ratio
-Improvements Provided by
Advanced Control
• DeltaV Inspect with InSight
-Detection of Abnormal
Conditions
-Performance Indices
-Performance Reports
• DeltaV Tune with InSight
-Tuning Response
-Process learning
-Adaptive Tuning
-Adaptive Control
• DeltaV Fuzzy
-Principles of logic Control
-FlC Function Block, Tuning
• DeltaV Predict
-MPC for Multi
-Variable Control
-Model Identification,
Data Screening
-Simulation of Response, Tuning
• DeltaV Neural
-Creation of Virtual Sensor
-Data Screening, Training
• DeltaV Simulate Suite
-Process Simulation
-Simulate Pro
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CEUs: 2.1
CEUs: 2.1
This course is for project managers, supervisors
and team members who provide supporting
roles on a Safety Instrumented System Project.
This course is for individuals responsible for
maintaining a DeltaV SIS.
Overview
This 3 day course is a hands-on instructor led
course. The course covers the architecture of
the DeltaV SIS including Rosemount SIS instruments and Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controllers.
Students will gain a working knowledge of
the hardware and software allowing them to
troubleshoot and maintain the system.
This 3 day course is a hands-on instructor led
course. The course covers the safe, efficient,
and reliable architecture of a smart SIS including Rosemount SIS instruments, DeltaV SIS and
Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controllers. Students
will gain a working knowledge in Safety Instrumented Function (SIF) design, implementation,
and Operations.
Topics
• The Safety Lifecycle
• PlantWeb/DeltaV Overview
• DeltaV SIS Overview
• DeltaV SIS Hardware Architecture
• DeltaV SIS Software Architecture
• SIFs in DeltaV
• Rosemount SIS Instruments
• Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controllers
• DeltaV SIS Operations
Overview
Prerequisites
Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting, is a requirement.
Topics
• Safety Lifecycle
• DeltaV SIS Overview
• DeltaV SIS Hardware
• Safety Instrumented Functions
• Rosemount SIS Instruments
• AMS Device Manager
• Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller
• SISNet Repeaterscourse offerings
and are not part of this course.
DeltaV Safety Instrumented System with
Electronic Marshalling Maintenance
DeltaV™ SIS Implementation
Course 7304 NEW CEUs: 2.1
Course 7305 CEUs: 3.2
This course is for Electrical & Instrument
technicians, maintenance technicians,
E&l/reliability engineers and other personnel
responsible for maintaining DeltaV SIS with
Electronic Marshalling.
This course is for personnel who design,
implement, commission and service DeltaV
SIS.
Overview
This 3 day hands-on instructor led course
covers the architecture of the DeltaV SIS with
Electronic Marshalling including Rosemount
SIS instruments and Fisher SIS Digital Valve
Controllers. Students will be able to identify
the DeltaV SIS with Eiectronic Marshalling
hardware and software c mponents. Students
will be able to configure Pa ial Stroke Test
using DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling.
Students will practice troubleshooting and
maintenancence techniques with DeltaV SIS
simulators throughout the course.
Prerequisites
Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting, is a requirement.
Topics
• Safety Lifecycle
• DeltaV SIS Overview
• DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling
Hardware architecture Including Power
Requirements
• Commissioning and Downloading the DeltaV
SIS with Electronic Marshalling components
• Safety Instrumented Functions
• Rosemount SIS Instruments
• AMS Device Manager
• Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller
• DeltaV Diagnostics
• Partial Stroke Test using DeltaV SIS with
Electronic Marshalling
OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaVTM
Overview
This 4.5 day course is a hands-on instructor
led course. The course covers complete
DeltaV SIS Implementation including hardware and software architecture. Students
will be able to design a DeltaV SIS Network
and Safety Instrumented Functions (SIFs).
Additionally, students will be able to configure
smart SIS instruments and their associated
alerts, including partial stroke testing.
Prerequisites
Course 7009 is a requirement.
Recommend IEC 61511 knowledge.
Topics
• DeltaV SIS Overview
• DeltaV SIS Hardware
• Configuring SIFs in DeltaV
• Rosemount SIS Instruments
• AMS Device Manager
• Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller
• SISNet Repeaters
• DeltaV SIS Security
• DeltaV Version Control
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Process Control
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Persons completing these courses receive a good grounding in process control principles and strategies, controller tuning, and loop dynamics as
they relate to Fisher control valves. Engineers and technicians with little or no experience begin to build the fundamental knowledge they need
to move forward in this field. completing these courses receive a good grounding in process control principles and strategies, controller tuning,
and loop dynamics as they relate to Fisher control valves. Engineers and technicians with little or no experience begin to build the fundamental
knowledge they need to move forward in this field.
Introduction to Process Control
Loop Tuning Short Course
Control loop Foundation
Course 9000
Course 9006 Course 9025 CEUs: 3.2
This Fisher course is for students that have
little or no process experience.
Overview
This course provides those new to the field
with the basic, overall fluid process controls
knowledge they need to better understand
the function of automated control loops.
Aspects of process control (measurement
devices, controllers, final control elements,
and fundamental control methods) are covered by classroom presentations and laboratory exercises that are intended to familiarize
students with the function and application
of the wide variety of equipment commonly
found in process plants.
Prerequisites
None. This is an introductory course.
Topics
• Process Control Terminology and Symbols
• Process Loop Introduction
• Measurement Instrumentation for:
- Flow;- Level;- Temp;- Pressure
• Instrument Calibration Concepts
• Final Control Elements
- Control Valves; -Actuators;
- Control Valve Instrumentation
• Introduction to Loop Dynamics, Tuning
and Control
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CEUs: 1.4
This Fisher course is designed for those
who have the job responsibility of tuning or
monitoring industrial process control loops.
Students will learn to tune controllers to meet
the needs of each loop.
Overview
Students will practice tuning on process simu·
lation software using tuning methods that do
not require calculations. The baseline method
requires knowledge of the type of process,
and the trial and error method requires
making small setpoint bumps and changing
controller gain and reset to meet the desired
loop performance.
Students will also learn open loop response
testing and Lambda tuning to obtain
greater loop accuracy, stability, and
predictability.
Prerequisites
None
Topics
• Load Upsets
• Process Noise
• Self Regulating Process
• Integrating Process (Level)
• Valve Deadband and Stick/Slip
• Limit Cycling
• Baseline Controller Tuning
• Trial and Error Tuning
• Lambda Tuning
• Process Time Constant, Deadtime, and Gain
• Positioner Application Guidelines
CEUs: 3.2
This course is for engineers, managers,
technicians,and others that are new to
process control.This course includes the
practical aspects of control design and
process applications that course developers
personally learned through years of hands on
experience while designing and commissioning process control applications.
Overview
This 4.5 day course for personnel new
to automation and covers process control
fundamentals as well as the practical aspects
of control system design and applications.
Upon completion of this course the student
will be able to effectively work with and
commission single and multi-loop control
strategies. Interactive workshops allow the
student to apply what the learn in the class.
Prerequisites
Windows experience.
Topics
• Background - Historic Perspective
• Measurements - Basic Transmitter Types,
Limitations
• Analyzers - Examples of On-Line Analyzers
• Final Elements - Valves and Variable Speed
Drives
• Field Wiring and CommunicationsTraditional,
HART Foundation fieldbus, Wireless HART
• Control Strategy Documentation- Plot Plan,
Flow Sheet, P&ID, Loop Sheet
• Operator Graphics and Metrics Considerations in Display Design
• Process Characterization - Identifying Process
Dynamics and Gain
• Control Objectives
• Single Loop Control- Basis for PID, Guideline
in Selecting PID Structure, Action
• Tuning and Loop Performance - Manual and
Automated Tuning Techniques
• Multi-loop Control - Feedforward, Cascade,
Override, Split-range, Valve Position Control
• Model Predictive Control -Addressing
Difficult Dynamics, Interactive Processes
• Process Modeling - Development of Process
Simulation for Control System Checkout
• Application Examples - Batch, Continuous,
Combustion, Distillation, Unit Coordination
All these courses deal with optimizing process performance and reliability by reducing process variabili):y through better control. loop tuningby-feel is replaced by a systematic, scientifically sound approach, wliich is the subject of several courses for process control engineers and technicians. These courses provide an excellent platform for further economic optimization via advanced process control.
eLearning: Control loop
Foundation
Course e9025 CEUs: 1.8
This course is designed for process engineers,
process control engineers, managers,
technicians and operators new to the process
control industry.
Process Systems and Solutions
LEARNINGPATH
To enroll in Process Control
courses orfor more information,
please call:
800-338-8158 or641-754-3771
Overview
This 18-hour (average duration) on-line course
includes audio presentations, demonstrations, hands-on workshops, and quizzes.
Upon completion of this course, the student
will be able to read control strategy documentation and will be able to effectively work with
and commission single/multi-loop control
strategies.
Prerequisites
Microsoft Windows experience.
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Course 9032 CEUs: 2.1
This course is for engineers and technicians
responsible for maintaining process control
performance using instrumentation and
control loop tuning.
Overview
Applied Modern
Loop Tuning
9032
Applied Advanced
Regulatory Controls
9034
Topics
• Background - Hist ric Perspective
• Measurements- Basic Transmitter Types,
Limitations
• Analyzers- Examples of On-Line Analyzers
• Final Elements -Valves and Variable Speed
Drives
• Field Wiring and Communications Traditional, HART, Foundation Fieldbus,
Wireless HART
• Control Strategy Documentation - Plot Plan,
Flow Sheet, P&ID, Loop Sheet
• Operator Graphics and Metrics
- Considerations in Display Design
• Process Characterization - Identifying
Process Dynamics and Gain
• Control Objectives
• Single Loop Control- Basis for PID, Guideline
in Selecting PID Structure, Action
• Tuning and Loop Performance- Manual
and Automated Tuning Techniques
• Multi-Loop Control- Feedforward, Cascade,
Override, Split-range, Valve Position Control
• Model Predictive Control -Addressing
Difficult Dynamics, Interactive Processes
• Process Modeling - Development of Process
Simulation for Control System Checkout
• Application Examples - Batch, Continuous,
Combustion, Distillation, Unit Coordination
Applied Modern Loop Tuning
EnTech Applied Modern
Loop Tuning and Advanced
Regulatory Controls
9035
Process Dynamics and
Tuning Fundamentals
(PCE I)
9030
Process Analysis and
Minimizing Variability
(PCE II)
9031
EnTech Toolkit
Training
1430
Applied Modern Loop Tuning (9032) is a 3-day
registration or on-site course that introduces
participants to effective methods for
determining optimal tuning parameters for
regulation of processes. The non-oscillatory
En Tech tuning techniques, based on Lambda
tuning concepts, are taught with a focus on
minimizing process variability. Effectiveness
is gained by the implementation of a tuning
strategy that matches control loop dynamics
to process operating requirements.
It contains formal lectures that are amply
populated with process examples and
supported with hands-on lab exercises
using computer-based process simulators.
Participants learn how to recognize
acceptable versus unacceptable control
loop performance and to identify the most
common source of problems. Fundamental
tuning concepts, including the PID controller,
process dynamics, valve motion characteristics deadband (backlash) and resolution
(stiction), setpoint tracking and regulatory
control, integrating processes, and level
control are reviewed and demonstrated using
case study examples
Prerequisites
Some experience with process
instrumentation and control is helpful.
Topics
• Process Dynamics -Perform Bump Tests to
Identify Process Model (Gain, Deadtime,
Time Constant and Valve Dynamics) to
Determine PID Tuning
• Self Regulating Loops -Apply Lambda
Tuning to First-Order and Second-Order
Process Loops (Flow, Pressure,
Temperature, pH, etc)
• Integrating Loops -Tune Levels and Header
Pressures for Load Recovery and Setpoint
Response
• Process Interactions- Lambda Tune Loops to
Minimize Interactions and Increase
Production
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OPERATE AND MANAGE
Process Control
Process Control
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Applied Advanced Regulatory
Controls
En Tech Applied Modern Loop Tuning
and Advanced Regulatory Controls
Process Dynamics and Tuning
Fundamentals (PCE I)
Course 9034
Course9035
Course 9030 CEUs: 2.1
CEUs: 2.8
This course is for engineers and technicians
responsible for process control design,
implementation, and control performance.
This course is for engineers and technicians
responsible for process control design,
implementation, and control performance.
Overview
Overview
This is a 3-day course that teaches the practical principals of advanced regulatory controls
and tuning techniques to achieve improvements that can exceed that of basic PID controls. The course will examine many advanced
regulatory control technologies commonly
available today and help participants understand which technologies are best suited and
how to appropriately apply them given
specific process dynamicstnd conditions.
Formal lectures are amply populated with
process examples and supported with handson lab exercises. Approximately 40% of the
course is hands-on lab based workshops
where students develop practical skills
required to apply and tune advanced regulatory controls. A dynamic process simulator
is used to simulate a variety of process unit
dynamics and evaluate the benefits of different advanced regulatory control strategies.
Prerequisites
Participants should possess basic process
control knowledge and experience with DCS
control strategy configuration.
Topics
• Process and Disturbance Dynamics
• PID Algorithms- PID, PI, PI-D, 1-PD, PD,
P-D, ID, 1-D, 2 degrees of Freedom Control
• Cascade Control, Dynamic Feedforward
• Ratio Control, Override(selector) Control
• Split Range and Midrange Control
• Interactive Control Loops- Decoupling
Control (2X2) and Lambda Tuning
• Deadtime Compensation (Smith Predictor)
• Adaptive Control (Gain Scheduling, Auto
Tuning)
• Introduction to Model Predictive Control
(Multiple Inputs Single Output)
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This is a special combined 9032 and 9034
4-day course that teaches the practical principals of advanced regulatory controls and
tuning techniques to achieve improvements
that can exceed that of basic PID controls.
The course will examine many advanced regulatory control technologies commonly available today and help participants understand
which technologies are best suited and how to
appropriately apply them given specific process dynamics and conditions. Formal lectures
are amply populated with process examples
and supported with hands-on lab exercises.
Approximately 40% of the course is hands-on
lab based workshops where students develop
practical skills required to apply and tune
advanced regulatory controls. A dynamic
process simulator is used to simulate a variety
of process unit dynamics and evaluate the
benefits of different advanced regulatory
control strategies.
Prerequisites
Participants should possess basic process
control knowledge and experience with
DCS control strategy configuration.
Topics
• Lambda Tuning for Self Regulating and
Integrating processes
• Process and Disturbance Dynamics
• PID Algorithms- PID, PI, PI-D, 1-PD, PD,
P-D, ID, 1-D, 2 degrees of freedom control
• Cascade Control, Dynamic Feedforward
• Ratio Control, Override(selector) Control
• Split Range and Midrange Control
• Interactive Control Loops - Decoupling
Control (2X2) and Lambda Tuning
• Deadtime Compensation (Smith Predictor)
• Adaptive Control (Gain Scheduling,
Auto Tuning)
• Introduction to Model Predictive Control
(Multiple Inputs Single Output)
CEUs: 2.8
This course is for engineers, or persons with
equivalent math and theoretical background,
who have responsibility for process control
design and implementation, process optimization,or process design and troubleshooting.
Overview
Process Dynamics, Control and Tuning
Fundamentals (Process Control for Engineers
I) is a 4-day course that provides the fundamental theory governing process dynamic
behavior, control system operation and
controller tuning. Course material is based on
experience gained in process variability optimization work and is based on modern control
engineering concepts coupled with practical
process applicationknowledge. This course
presents a systematic approach to optimizing the control of a process unit operation in
order to manufacture uniform product more
efficiently. The course uses formal lectures
with hands-on lab exercises. High fidelity
process simulators are used as the basis
for the labs and simulation analysis.
Prerequisites
and functionality in the mathematics required
to understand the concepts listed in “topics”.
Topics
• Process Dynamics - Self Regulating and
Integrating
• First Order Process Model
• Second Order Process Model
• Integrating Process Model
• Process & Control Nonlinearity
• Feedback Control & PID Controllers
• QAD Tuning & Lambda Tuning
• Setpoint & Load Response
• Frequency Response - Bode Plots
• Tuning Interactive Control Loops
• Coordinated Lambda Tuning for Unit
Optimization
Process Analysis and Minimizing
Variability (PCE II)
En Tech Toolkit Training
Course 9031
Course 1430 CEUs: 2.8
CEUs: 2.1
This course is for engineers and technicians
responsible for process control design,
implementation, and control performance.
This course is for engineers and technicians
responsible for process control design,
implementation, and control performance.
Overview
Overview
This is a 3-day course that teaches the practical principals of advanced regulatory controls
and tuning techniques to achieve improvements that can exceed that of basic PID controls. The course will examine many advanced
regulatory control technologies commonly
available today and help participants understand which technologies are best suited and
how to appropriately apply them given specific process dynamicstnd conditions. Formal
lectures are amply populated with process
examples and supported with hands-on lab
exercises. Approximately 40% of the course is
hands-on lab based workshops where students develop practical skills required to apply
and tune advanced regulatory controls. A dynamic process simulator is used to simulate a
variety of process unit dynamics and evaluate
the benefits of different advanced regulatory
control strategies.
Prerequisites
Participants should possess basic process
control knowledge and experience with DCS
control strategy configuration.
Topics
• Process and Disturbance Dynamics
• PID Algorithms- PID, PI, PI-D, 1-PD, PD,
P-D, ID, 1-D, 2 degrees of Freedom Control
• Cascade Control, Dynamic Feedforward
• Ratio Control, Override(selector) Control
• Split Range and Midrange Control
• Interactive Control Loops- Decoupling
Control (2X2) and Lambda Tuning
• Deadtime Compensation (Smith Predictor)
• Adaptive Control (Gain Scheduling, Auto
Tuning)
• Introduction to Model Predictive Control
(Multiple Inputs Single Output)
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Process Control
This is a special combined 9032 and 9034
4-day course that teaches the practical principals of advanced regulatory controls and
tuning techniques to achieve improvements
that can exceed that of basic PID controls.
The course will examine many advanced regulatory control technologies commonly available today and help participants understand
which technologies are best suited and how to
appropriately apply them given specific process dynamics and conditions. Formal lectures
are amply populated with process examples
and supported with hands-on lab exercises.
Approximately 40% of the course is hands-on
lab based workshops where students develop
practical skills required to apply and tune
advanced regulatory controls. A dynamic
process simulator is used to simulate a variety
of process unit dynamics and evaluate the
benefits of different advanced regulatory
control strategies.
Prerequisites
Participants should possess basic process
control knowledge and experience with
DCS control strategy configuration.
Topics
• Lambda Tuning for Self Regulating and
Integrating processes
• Process and Disturbance Dynamics
• PID Algorithms- PID, PI, PI-D, 1-PD, PD, P-D,
ID, 1-D, 2 degrees of freedom control
• Cascade Control, Dynamic Feedforward
• Ratio Control, Override(selector) Control
• Split Range and Midrange Control
• Interactive Control Loops - Decoupling
Control (2X2) and Lambda Tuning
• Deadtime Compensation (Smith Predictor)
• Adaptive Control (Gain Scheduling, Auto
Tuning)
• Introduction to Model Predictive Control
(Multiple Inputs Single Output)
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Ovation®
COURSEMAP
The Ovation Course Map is designed to help students determine their course path for Ovation training. Emerson offers
the industry’s broadest array of process automation products and services; a total solution for your plant automation
needs. We are committed to providing our customers with an exceptional level of education that spans every aspect
of our product portfolio.
We work hard to ensure that our academic deliverables are as applicable to your everyday job functions and responsibilities as possible. Our course map is an instrumental tool for charting your path to success.
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Ovation®
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Emerson Process Management Power & Water Solutions is the premier source of proven technology and application for the power
generation, water treatment, and wastewater treatment industries. The Ovation expert control system, a key component of the
proven PlantWeb digital architecture, delivers higher levels of plant availability, reliability, and environmental compliance.
Starting with Data Acquisition
Building and Maintaining
Ovation Control
Building Ovation Graphics
Course OV100-WIN
Course OV200-WIN
Course OV210-WIN
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 5-day course provides experience using
an Ovation Data Acquisition System (DAS).
Ovation terminology and proper use of Ovation documentation are discussed. Students
are introduced to the major components of
the system and practice using Ovation tools
that are designed to make data acquisition
easy. Exercises include modifying and building
database point records for analog and digital
points. The students physically connect various
field devices to the I/O and test the signals.
Basic techniques for troubleshooting data
acquisition hardware and software are also
included in the course. These courses are intended for anyone who will need to work with
the DAS of the Ovation system in a Windows
environment.
This 5-day course is designed to provide proficiency in reading Ovation functional control
schemes. Tuning, building, and implementing
new control schemes to improve performance
are covered. Both modulating (analog) and
discrete digital control schemes are included in
the scope of the course. Discussions include the
various types of control algorithms available
and how they can be used to create effective
control. These courses are intended for people
who work with Ovation Controllers to tune and
build the analog and digital control schemes.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Students must have a good understanding of
the Ovation system architecture and how database point records are built and maintained
in the Ovation Windows-based system. It is
recommended that students attend an OV100WIN course prior to attending this course.
Topics
Topics
Prerequisites
• Recognize Ovation terminology and
identify the types of drops used for
data acquisition in an Ovation system.
• Demonstrate the ability to effectively
use Ovation documentation.
• Describe the functions of the Ovation
network and its components.
• Describe the functions of the Ovation
network and its components.
• Describe the general architecture of
an Ovation system.
• Describe the database point record
movement between various drops as
points are monitored, modified, and built.
• Monitor plant processes using data
acquisition tools.
• Recognize, modify, and build the
various types of database point records
in an Ovation system.
• Select and configure I/O modules for
typical field devices.
• Wire and test complete signal paths
between various field devices and
appropriate database point records.
• Analyze problem situations and implement appropriate corrective solutions.
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• Interpret and apply a control functional
to the Windows-based system.
• Interpret and tune implemented
control using the available tools.
• Edit existing control schemes.
• Demonstrate proficiency in building
digital & analog control.
• Design and implement a tracking
scheme to meet specific control
requirements.
• Recognize the relationship between
control schemes and graphic diagrams.
• Implement given control requirements
using the Control Builder.
• Evaluate and determine the proper
operation of a control scheme using
the tools and methods provided.
This 5-day course will teach the user
to build Ovation system graphic diagrams.
Students will learn how to use the Ovation
Graphics Builder in various applications. Course
topics include the layout and implementation
of static and dynamic objects, linking to control
and creating perspective-type diagrams.
Methods for standardizing information entities
and control interfaces and troubleshooting
problems within the graphics code are also
covered. These courses are intended for anyone
who will build process diagram displays to the
Ovation system.
Prerequisites
Students must understand Ovation point
record fields and Ovation control algorithm
structures. It is recommended that students
attend OV100-WIN prior to attending these
courses. If the student will be heavily involved
in creating control interfaces or OV200-WIN is
also recommended.
Topics
• Describe the different coding areas
within the graphic source code.
• Build graphics to display live plant data.
• Use various drawing techniques to create
3D graphics.
• Interface graphics to the control
system by using poke fields.
• Design and implement macros to be
used within graphics.
• Use conditional statements to create
dynamic indications in graphics.
• Employ various techniques to make
graphics code execute more efficiently.
• Use various application programs
within a graphic to perform specific actions.
• Assess and correct problems in graphics using
available tools.
Extensive training opportunities are available for project managers, engineers, operators, technicians, and system
administrators.
Ovation Operator
Ovation Report Building
EDS™
Course OV010-WIN
Course OV246-WIN
Course OV248-WIN
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2 1/2 day course is designed to provide
students with the ability to efficiently perform
routine plant operations using the Ovation
control system. Key topics include data acquisition, process analysis, and control interfaces.
Students will be able to use the tools provided
to monitor processes controlled by the Ovation
system and will learn to take appropriate
actions to control these processes. These
courses are intended for all operations personnel using the Ovation system in Windows
environment.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics
• List the major components of the
Ovation control system.
• Display process diagram graphics.
• Use process diagrams to interface
with the control system.
• Evaluate point alarm conditions and
acknowledge emergent alarms.
• Differentiate various point types and
use the Point Information system to
find and edit point records.
• Create live and historical trends.
• Navigate through control tuning
diagrams.
• Analyze problem conditions.
• Use system reporting procedures.
• Describe the function of Ovation
applications icons.
• Demonstrate familiarity with menu
bars and tool bars in the various
process diagram windows.
• Demonstrate familiarity with the
task bar and other Windows utilities.
This 3-day course will teach students to
configure and retrieve historical data using the
Ovation Process Historian (OPH) and Crystal
Reports. Students will learn how to use the OPH
Report Manager to define: Alarm, Soe, Point
and Operator Event Reports. Students will also
learn how to configure demanded reports,
triggered reports and timed reports in the OPH
Report Manager. Students will also use Crystal
Reports to create new report formats for use in
the OPH Report Manager.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics
• Describe the functions of the Ovation
Process Historian and related
components.
• Recognize the Ovation Process
Historian Database Schema and
understand the concept of a
Relational Database Management
System (RDBMS)
• Schedule, automate and manipulate
reports
• Distribute reports using printers and
various output files
• Create custom reports and ad-hoc
queries using various 3rd party
applications such as Crystal Reports
and MS Excel
This 3-day course is designed to give students
a detailed understanding of EDS™. Upon
completion of this course, the student will
be able to configure an EDS server to collect
point data from an existing Ovation system.
An EDS client will be properly configured and
the applications of the EDS station will be
covered extensively. This course is designed for
anyone who will be using or managing the EDS.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics
• Illustrate the functions of the EDS
system and architecture
• Explain how an EDS server is loaded
and configured
• Configure an EDS client to
communicate with an existing EDS
• Manage the data storage of the EDS
• Demonstrate how to view and
interpret error messages
• Build reports using the EDS Report Builder
• Build custom graphics using the EDS
Graphics Builder
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Ovation®
Ovation®
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AMS™ Suite: Intelligent Device
Manager
Ovation SCADA System
Ovation Advanced Control
Course OV275-WIN
Course OV280-WIN
Course OV330-WIN
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2-day course will provide the student with
the skills to fully utilize the special features of
I/O related to HART and smart field devices
attached to the Ovation™ system. Students
will learn the basic components of an Ovation
system. Items discussed will include physical
attachment of field devices to the Ovation I/O
modules, building of HART/smart data points
in the system, analysis of the data available
from the field device, and diagnosis of problems that may occur. This course is intended
for technicians and administrators using an
Ovation system that includes HART and smart
field devices.
Prerequisites
Students should complete OV100-WIN prior
to taking this course. OV270-WIN and either
OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X are
also recommended.
Topics
• Identify the configuration of
components in an Ovation system
using Hart/smart devices
• Attach HART/smart field devices
to the Ovation I/O cards
• Build database points for the field devices
• Use AMS™ Suite to obtain data
from the devices
• Diagnose common problems
and configuration errors
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This 3-day course will provide the student with
the skills to take full advantage of their Ovation
SCADA system. Students will learn the basic
components of an Ovation SCADA system.
Items discussed will include SCADA Servers,
remote terminal units, scan blocks, lines, ports,
configuration tool, protocol analyzers, and
more. Students will establish communications
using available Allen-Bradley, MODBUS, or DNP
3.0 protocols. This course is intended for technicians and administrators using the Ovation
SCADA system.
This 5-day course is intended for
students who will implement their own control
programs, or who will make significant modifications to existing programs. Using previous
control-building knowledge, the student will
learn how to implement control design in an
Ovation environment. This course is a continuation of the control topics discussed in OV200WIN. The course will emphasize the proper
selection, configuration, and application of
algorithms in the Ovation controlsystem.
Prerequisites
Prior completion of OV200-WIN is strongly recommended. A working knowledge of control
systems and control theory is suggested.
Students should complete OV100-WIN
and OV270-WIN prior to taking this class.
OV200-WIN is also recommended, but not
required.
Topics
• Identify the purpose and components
in an Ovation SCADA system
• Identify the licensing requirements
of an Ovation SCADA system
• Use the configuration tool to access
and modify the system
• Analyze the communication protocols
used with and Ovation SCADA system
• Utilize the protocol analyzer to
interpret signal traffic between the
SCADA Server and RTUs
• Interpret scan block data
• Create Ovation graphics to interface
to the Ovation SCADA system
Prerequisites
Topics
• Apply, tune, and track all appropriate
algorithms in open- and closed-loop
configurations.
• Select, filter, and compensate
transmitter inputs.
• Implement complex sequential control.
• Appreciate important closed-loop
control forms.
• Configure general math
computations.
• Describe the interface of selected
algorithms to input/output hardware.
• Use algorithms for timing, counting,
accumulation, and system-time
applications.
Ovation System Administration
Ovation Process Historian
Ovation with HART and Smart
Devices
Course OV230-WIN
Course OV245-WIN
Course OV270-WIN
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2-day course will provide students with
an understanding of Ovation system licensing,
security, configuration, backup, and recovery.
Students will learn how to navigate the Ovation
file system as well as basic administration skills.
Students will also explore Ovation workstation
hardware. This course is intended for Ovation
system administrators and those wishing to
complete the Ovation Certification Program.
Prerequisites
Students must have a good understanding
of Ovation system architecture. Experience
working in a Windows environment is helpful
but not necessary. Prior completion of the
OV100-WIN, OV200-WIN and OV210-WIN,
courses is highly recommended but
not required.
Topics
• Navigate and understand the Ovation
engineering tools Developer Studio for
Windows).
• Understand licensing of the Ovation
system.
• Implement process control and user
security in the Ovation system
(2.3 and lower).
• Apply system configuration changes
to the Ovation system.
• Add new and modify existing drops to
the Ovation system
• Navigate and understand the Ovation
file systems, structure, sharing, and security.
• Backup the Ovation database and
required files to various media.
• Load an Ovation system.
• Recover the Ovation database and
required files from backup.
• Understand upgrading and
maintaining the Ovation hardware.
This 5-day course will teach students to
configure and retrieve historical data using the
Ovation Process Historian. The course covers
data collection, data storage, and data retrieval. Students will learn how to configure Ovation
points and the Ovation system for collection.
This course is intended for people who will
configure, access, and maintain the Ovation
Process Historian and the Report Scanner/Report Generator drops of the Ovation system.
Prerequisites
Students must have a good understanding of
the Ovation system architecture and how
database point records are built and maintained in the OvationWindows-based system.
It is recommended that students attend an
OV100-WIN course prior to attending this
course.
Topics
• Describe the functions of the Ovation
Process Historian and related components
• Configure scanners and points for collection
• Recognize the Ovation Process
Historian database scheme and
understand the concept of a relational
database management system (RDBMS)
• Understand the Ovation Process
Historian architecture and hardware
• Install and configure the Ovation
Process Historian report manager
• Schedule, automate and manipulate reports
• Distribute reports using various
techniques such as email, web
publishing, printers and various
output files
• Create custom reports and ad-hoc
queries using various third-party
applications such as Crystal Reports,
MS Excel, MS Access, and SQL
• Create historical trends and build
global trend groups
• Create historical point, alarm, SOE,
op-Event, ASCII and common reviews
• Analyze the Ovation Process Historian with
the diagnostic tools available
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Ovation®
This 2-day course will provide the student with
the skills to fully utilize the special features of
I/O related to HART and smart field devices
attached to their Ovation system. Students
will learn the basic components of an Ovation
system. Items discussed will include physical
attachment of field devices to the Ovation I/O
modules, building of HART/smart data points
in the system, analysis of the data available
from the field device, and diagnosis of problems that may occur. This course is intended
for technicians and administrators using an
Ovation system that includes HART and smart
field devices.
Prerequisites
Students should complete OV100-WIN prior to
taking this course. OV200-WIN and OV210WIN are also recommended.
Topics
• Identify the configuration of components in
an Ovation system using HART/smart
devices.
• Attach HART/smart field devices to the
Ovation I/O cards.
• Build Database points for the field devices.
• Use AMS™ Suite to obtain data from
the devices.
• Diagnose common problems and
configuration errors.
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Ovation Troubleshooting
Advanced Ovation Graphics
Programming
Ovation Network
Administrator
Course OV300-WIN
Course OV310-WIN
Course OV320-WIN
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 5-day course provide students with the
skills and methods to troubleshoot and repair
faults in the data acquisition and control functions of the Ovation system. Students will be
required to isolate faults anywhere in the signal
path - from the field terminations to the I/O
modules, through the controller, across the
network and into the graphic display. Students
will evaluate single- and multiple-problem
scenarios. These courses are intended for
anyone who may be called to troubl shoot any
part of the data acquisition, control, or display
areas of the Ovation system.
Prerequisites
Students must have a basic
understanding of the Ovation system
architecture, database point records, system
controls, and process diagrams. It is strongly recommended that students attend the
OV100- WIN and OV200-WIN courses prior to
attending this course. The OV210-WIN and
OV230-WIN courses also provide useful skills
that support this course.
Topics
• Identify and resolve selected
hardware, system administration,
and software problems.
• Troubleshoot the system using
documentation and available tools to
analyze system faults or problem
conditions.
• Interpret system error messages.
• Recognize and resolve problems with
the system administration tool.
• Using a systematic approach to fault
analysis, isolate and correct selected
network, port, and printer faults.
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This 4-day course will give students the
ability to use application programs and
advanced programming techniques,
including the use of memory segments
combined with pointer manipulation to
enhance advanced graphic programming skills.
These courses are intended for anyone who will
build specialized process diagram displays for
the Ovation system.
Prerequisites
Students must have a good understanding of
the Ovation system architecture, database
point records, and how basic graphics are built
and maintained in the Ovation system. It is
strongly recommended that students attend
the OV100 - WIN and OV210-WIN courses
prior to attending this course. It would also be
helpful to have taken the OV200-WIN course if
the student wants to improve skills pertaining
to graphic interfaces with plant controls.
Topics
• Define the different memory
segments available in the graphics
subsystem.
• Build several graphics utilizing pointers
and memory segments.
• Interpret application programs.
• Use the trigger section of the graphics
code for efficiency.
• Use graphic commands only available
in a text editor.
• Troubleshoot graphics using available
tools.
This 5-day introductory networking course
will provide students with an understanding of
general networking concepts, as well as Ovation-specific network configurations for Fast
Ethernet systems. Students will learn the basic
networking skills required for general network
administration and troubleshooting. Students
will also be provided with hands-on knowledge
of switch and router configuration for use in
Ovation systems. This course is intended for
Ovation network administrators, Ovation
system administrators, and those wishing to
Complete the Ovation Certification Program.
Prerequisites
Prior completion of the OV230-WIN course is
recommended but not required.
Topics
• Explore basic networking concepts
including the OSI reference model,
MAC addressing, TCP/IP, IP addressing,
multicast addressing and local area
networks.
• Implement an Ovation specific
network addressing scheme and
network topology.
• Define and explore basic network
commands.
• Define network devices and media and
their relation to the OSI reference model.
• Configure Cisco 2600 series routers,
Cisco3550 series switches, and Cisco
2950 switches series for use in an
Ovation network (where applicable).
• Configure and implement SNMP for Ovation.
• Troubleshoot inter-networked
systems with network tools and software.
• Configure and apply third-party
networking software.
Ovation Security for 2.4 Systems
or Later
Ovation Certification Program
Course OV360-WIN
Course OV400-WIN
Overview
Overview
This 5-day course will guide students in the
proper planning and installation of security for
Ovation 2.4 and higher level systems. Students
will discuss and come to understand Ovation
external and internal security concerns, and
learn to apply appropriate safeguards. Students
will install and configure Ovation compatible
Windows Server 2003 Domain Controllers,
Windows XP service packs and Windows security patches. The student will configure Ovation
security using the Ovation Security Manager
and have a basic understanding of Windows
group policy objects.
Prerequisites
This course is designed for students who will
administer Ovation 2.4-level or higher systems.
It is recommended that students attend
OV230-WIN and have a basic understanding
of Ovation system configuration and security
concepts prior to attending this course. No
prior knowledge of Windows-based security is
required.
Topics
• Identify and explain Ovation-specific
internal and external security threats.
• Plan and implement Ovation 2.4
software installation including
Windows 2003 Server, Windows
service packs and Windows security patches
• Describe the function of the Ovation
Security Manager.
• Create and manage user accounts,
computer accounts, and Ovation roles
and group policies.
• Create and manage Ovation point
security groups.
• Manage and understand domain policies.
• Create and manage Ovation domain
administrators.
• Design and implement a specific
Ovation security configuration.
• Explore the Windows group policy objects.
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Ovation®
The Ovation Certification course when held
at the Pittsburgh Training Center is a five-day
blend of (core) course subjects. The course
comes complete with a vigorous examination
designed to test and measure the student’s
proficiency in areas related to database building, control implementation, graphic linkage
of process points and control algorithms
and troubleshooting on a system-wide basis.
Earning Ovation Certification acknowledges the
competency of the individual while working
within the Ovation product lines and enhances
their abilities in addressing, assessing and repairing problematic situations within the Ovation system. During the 5-day course of (core)
subject’s instruction, attending students may
elect to complete the examination during midweek subject reviews. The attending students
have two chances of achieving certification
during this five day offering. Failure to achieve
the desired results will result in the student
having to retest via web-access at a later
period-of-time. A 100- point online exam is
administered in which students are required to
achieve a score of 80% or greater to successfully gain certification. Ovation certification
is valid for three years and is applicable to the
current software revision only.
Prerequisites
Students must have a strong background and
understanding of the Ovation system and
demonstrated proficiency in programming,
configuring and troubleshooting said system.
Before enrolling in the Ovation Certification
program, students are required to have
attended and completed the full course-length
offerings of the following courses: OV100,
OV200, OV210, OV300.
Topics
• Building, saving and implementing the
Oracle database
• Constructing control sheets using both
Boolean and Analog logic
• Loading and configuring the Ovation
controller
• Designing graphics with control
implementation
• Troubleshooting procedures as related
to I/O and Controller modules
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Ovation Software Project
Ovation SIS Implementation
Ovation Third-Party I/O Interfaces
Course OV215-WIN
Course OV235
Course OV295-WIN
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 10-day course is designed for those
who have a need or desire for a good, general,
overall understanding of Ovation® system
software and software utilities. This course
contains and connects software topic segments from five different Ovation one-week
courses: OV100-WIN, OV200-WIN-3.0.X,
OV210-WIN, OV230-WIN and OV300-WIN.
The topics covered include Ovation application
functions; the Developer Studio architecture;
point building; creating and modifying control
sheets; creating and modifying graphics; backing-up MMI s including a domain controller;
and adding pointsfor collection to an Ovation
Process Historian. This course is not intended
to replace the five one-week courses directed
toward personnel who have a singular need
for the detailed knowledge provided in the
one-week courses. The course does not involve
implementing any I/O modules.
A sequel course, OV216-WIN, specifically
focuses on I/O applications and is scheduled to
follow OV215-WIN.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics
• Identify the major components of an
Ovation system
• Understand basic Ovation terminology
• Demonstrate basic Ovation operator
functions
• Understand data movement in an
Ovation system
• Understand the hierarchy and basic
right-click functions within the Ovation
Developer Studio
• Use the Ovation Developer Studio to
modify and create points
• Monitor control that has been implemented
in an Ovation system
• Interpret and tune implemented control
using the available tools
• Build and modify control schemes using
the Developer Studio
• Interpret and modify tracking schemes
to meet specific control requirements
• Recognize the relationship between
control schemes and graphic diagrams
• Implement given control requirements
using the Developer Studio
• Evaluate and determine the proper
operation of a control scheme using the
tools and methods provided
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This 5-day course is designed to provide an
overall understanding of the Ovation Safety
System. This course is intended for people who
work with the Ovation SIS systems.
Prerequisites
Students must be knowledgeable in Ovation
point record field content and Ovation control
algorithm structures. It is suggested that
students attend the OV100-WIN course prior
to taking this course. If the student will be
heavily involved in creating control interfaces,
it is also suggested that the OV200-WIN course
be taken.
Topics
• Recognize the terminology used with
an Ovation SIS
• Describe the functions of the Ovation
SIS network and its components
• Describe the general architecture of an
Ovation SIS
• Monitor Ovation SIS using the data
acquisition tools
• Configure an Ovation SIS network and
SIS Controller
This 3-day teaches the students how to create
specialized I/O links to non-Ovation field
devices using both serial link modules and
the Ovation Ethernet highway. The course
covers configuring and loading link controller
modules, creating third party points, memory
mapping, adding third party drivers to controllers and the Ovation addressing requirements.
This is a three day class taught on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics
• Understand The Architecture and the
functionality of the Ovation Fast
Switched Ethernet Highway, and the
need to protect it from external sources
• Define MAC and IP addressing, and
Ethernet protocols
• Understand how Ethernet switches work
• Understand the Ovation IP addressing
requirements
• Understand the various options for
connecting Third Party I/O to the
Ovation Highway
• Understand the Modbus register concept
• Understand the Modbus commands
available in Ovation releases
• Be Aware of the difference in Modbus
Drivers based on Ovation Releases
• Be Able to install Ovation Modbus drivers
• Be Able to build Ovation Point records
for communication to Modbus
• Verify successful communications
between Ovation and a PC Modbus
simulation
• Interpret Ovation Controller Modbus
error codes
• Recognize Fundamental AB Data Files
• Be Able to install Ovation Allen-Bradley
Drivers
• Be Able to build Ovation Point records
to communicate to an AB SLC500
• Verify successful communications
between Ovation and the AB SLC500
Ovation Wireless with Wireless
HART
Ovation Security Center
Course OV355-WIN
Course OV365-WIN
Overview
Overview
This 2-day course reviews the major components in an Ovation wireless system (wireless
transmitters, gateways, and the components
of the SmartPack™). The student is taught how
to utilize the available configuration tools to
set up an Ovation wireless interface and add
transmitters to an existing network.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics
• Understand WirelessHART communications
and Terminology
• Identify the WirelessHART configuration
components
• AttachWirelessHART field devices and
Gateway to the Ovation DCS.
• Build Database points for the field devices.
• Identify WirelessHART Applications.
• Commission a WirelessHART Device.
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Ovation®
This 3-day course consists of a suite of security
packages and services that have the ability to
enhance and manage the cyber security of
Ovation expert control systems without
disrupting the controlled process. The OSC is
a key component in achieving NERC CIP
compliance by offering services such as:
Patch Management, Event Management, and
Malware Prevention. The course will examine
how to configure and maintain the components of an OSC system on Ovation levels 2.4
and newer on Window’s OS and Ovation levels
1.7 and newer on Solaris OS.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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Ovation®
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Ovation Hardware Project
Ovation Turbine Control System
Ovation Boiler Control
Course OV216-WIN
Course OV370-WIN
Course OV380-WIN
Overview
Overview
Overview
Hardware information contained within node
and module records are explained, and the
criteria for adding and changing modules
assigned to a branch and slot positions are
defined.
Prerequisites
This 5 day course was developed for
personnel whose primary interest and/or
assignment is maintaining Ovation® hardware. Selected topics from the OV100-WIN,
OV200-WIN, OV300-WIN and OV320-WIN
courses are incorporated and expanded to
cover hardware features of the controllers, the
power supplies, the most commonly applied
I/O modules, the Cisco switches, and the Dell
MMIs.
Hands-on exercises include building control
sheets and linking inputs and outputs to
selected modules. Also included will be the
application and activation of remote I/O, relay
modules, serial link modules, and third-party
I/O as well as an exercise requiring a complete
reload of a software server in order to understand how to recover from a hard drive failure.
Prerequisites
Students must have attended either
OV215-WIN or both OV100-WIN and
either OV200-WIN-3.0.X or OV200-WIN-3.1.X
prior to attending this course.
Topics
• Utilize documentation to analyze faults
• Interpret Ovation system error messages
• Demonstrate remote I/O
• Understand recovery of hard drive failures
on MMI(s)
• Configure Cisco switches and routers
• Monitor various LEDs of the system
• Build various RM records
• Recognize system administration tool
problems and apply a solution
• Implement closed loop control
• Evaluate and determine operation of
power supplies
• Implement given control requirements
using the Developer Studio
• Evaluate and determine the proper
operation of a control scheme using the
tools and methods provided
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Educational Services
This 5-day course provides expert knowledge
of the Ovation turbine control system (TCS).
Turbine simulators will be used to demonstrate turbine operation, graphics and control
logic. Turbine overspeed protection and trip
functions will be closely examined. The course
includes calibration and troubleshooting
exercises on the speed detector and valve
positioner modules. Students will also learn
how to tune the turbine control feedback
loops and turbine valve curves using methods
developed by Emerson.
Students must have a good understanding
of the Ovation system architecture. It is recommended that students attend the OV100WIN, OV200- WIN, and OV210-WIN courses
prior to attending this course.
Topics
• Understand major Ovation operator
functions as they apply to turbine
control, including the process
graphic, alarm, trend, and point
information systems.
• Identify basic functions of turbine control
logic drawings.
• Recognize how the turbine control
logic connects to the turbine control
graphics.
• Identify the fail-safe design components:
(1) power, (2) controller, (3) relay module.
• Understand the turbine first out trip
logic and sequence of event (SOE)
alarm reporting.
• Configure and test a speed detector
module.
• Configure and calibrate a valve positioner or
servo driver module. Identify logic sheets
that require field tuning. Discuss field proven
tuning examples.
• Retrieve historical trend data for valve
curve tuning.
• Import data into an Excel spreadsheet,
calculate and plot new valve curves
This 5-day course is designed for customers
who maintain or troubleshoot control
strategies within the Ovation DCS system
related to boiler control. This course is
intended for students who will implement
their own control programs, or who will
make significant modifications to existing
programs. Using previous control building
knowledge, the student will learn how to
implement design pertinent to boiler controls
in an Ovation environment. This course is a
continuation of the control topics discussed
in more basic control classes. The course will
emphasize the proper selection, configuration, and application of algorithms in a typical
Ovation boiler control system.
Prerequisites
Prior completion of OV200-WIN and
OV330-WIN is strongly recommended.
A working knowledge of control systems
and control theory is required.
Topics
• Recognize the terminologvv used with
an Ovation SIS
• Describe the functions of the Ovation
SIS network and its components
• Describe the general architecture of an
Ovation SIS
• Monitor Ovation SIS using the data
acquisition tools
• Configure an Ovation SIS network and
SIS Controller
Ovation (Admin) Certification
Ovation (Security) Certification
Course OV420-WIN
Course OV430-WIN NEW
Overview
Overview
Offered as a stand-alone web-based exam or
implemented with a pre-testing review at the
Training Center, the OV420-WIN measures
the student’s proficiency in areas that address
the overall Ovation system configuration
while maintaining the integrity of the system
software. It assesses the students understanding of networking concepts and that of switch
and router configurations. Achieving Admin
Certification acknowledges the competency
of the individual in maintaining the integrity
of the Ovation system concerning user access
and capabilities. A multi-point examination
is administered and participants are required
to achieve a grade score of 80% or greater to
successfully gain certification.
Prerequisites
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Ovation®
This certification course measures the
student’s proficiency in applying security
packages as well as managing, enhancing,
and updating the cyber security of the
Ovation Control System. Achieving the
Security Certification acknowledges the
competency of the individual who has
demonstrated an understanding and ability
in maintaining services such as Patch
Management and Malware Prevention.
A multi-point examination is administered
and participants are required to achieve a
score of 80% or greater to successfully gain
certification.
Prerequisites
OV360, OV365.
Students should have achieved Ovation
(Base) Certification through the OV400WIN
program. Students are required to attend the
OV230-WIN, OV320-WIN and OV245-WIN
courses.
Topics
Upon successful completion of this course, the
student will receive Ovation (Admin) Certification. This accreditation affirms that the student
is competent in all areas of the Ovation System
and possesses the abilities and understanding
to engineer and supervise the system integrity,
communications and user capabilities.
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Remote Automation Solutions
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Emerson Process Management, the leading global supplier of flow computers, SCADA RTUs and presets, is the single course for
all your needs from field equipment to the business system.
ControlWave Configuration
Network Communications and
Troubleshooting
ControlWave Designer
Course RA331 CEUs:2.1
Course RA423 Course RA440 NEW
Field personnel whose responsibilities may
include: installation, wiring, start-up, troubleshooting, configuration, or maintenance of
the ControlWave products.
System Engineers who are responsible for
installing and configuring the OpenBSI
software for SCADA
A hands-on course that will give you as much
exposure to ControlWave programming as
possible in the shortest amount of time.
Overview
Overview
An individual who seeks a more thorough
understanding of the ControlWave products.
A hands-on course that covers the hardware,
network configurations, and network tuning
in a OpenBSI network of RTUs and measurement devices.
This course will equip you with the necessary
knowledge and practices needed to optimize
network communications. Learn how to
troubleshoot and make necessary configuration adjustments using OpenBSI application
programs, monitor live data, perform diagnostics and communication statistics.
Prerequisites
Overview
A hands-on course that covers the hardware,
configuration and maintenance of the
Control-Wave product family.
This course will equip you with the necessary
knowledge and practice needed to configure
the ControlWave hardware for communications.Learn how to troubleshoot and utilize
software application programs to perform
diagnostics and monitor live data and
communication statistics.
Prerequisites
• Participants should have formal instrument
technician training and a working knowledge
of their application/process
• Participants must be thoroughly familiar with
Windows XP or later versions.
Topics
• Overview of ControlWave Hardware
• Overview of OpenBSI Software Utilities
• Basic Troubleshooting
• Basic ControlWave Configuration
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CEUs:2.1
Prerequisites
• Successful completion of the Control
Wave Designer Fundamentals course
• Participants should have a working
knowledge of their application/process
• Participants must be familiar with
Windows XP or later versions.
Topics
• Overview of OpenBSI Software Utilities
• BSAP Protocol Message Structure
• ControlWave Designer Communications
System Variables
• Hands-On Communications Troubleshooting
CEUs:2.1
The ControlWave Designer Short Course
provides the knowledge and skill required to
define and control inputs and outputs
of realted real world applications, including
basic communications and troubleshooting.
The class project will help students generate
and debug simple control strategy programs
using Function Block, Ladder Logic, and Structured Text programming languages, including
programming for Modbus communications.
• Participants must have a strong working
knowledge of personal computers and
Windows XP or a later version
• Participants should have a strong working
knowledge of their application/process.
• Participants should have programming
experience (this course is not
recommended for beginning programmers)
• Participants should have completed
“Creating a Simple Project”
Topics
• Understand How IEC – 61131-3,
ControlWave Designer and On-Line Utilities
Work
• Master Skills necessary to create a Program
for ControlWave Controllers.
• Learn the Bristol Library of Function
Blocks for Measurement, Calculations,
Process Control, Data Storage
• Understand OpenBSI
Communications Software
• Master How to Establish Ethernet/IP
Communications using ControlWave
Designer
• Learn to Program Polling and Data
Transfers in BSAP and an I/O Environment
• Understand How to Define a
Hierachical Network of ControlWave
Controllers using NetView
• Understand the Configuration of
Communication via other Protocols
such as --Modbus
Remote Automation Solutions
ControlWave Designer
Fundamentals
ControlWave Designer
Communications Programming
ControlWave Designer
Accelerated Programming
Course RA441 Course RA442 Course RA443 CEUs: 3.2
Personnel responsible for programming and
debugging in ControlWave Designer.
Overview
A hands-on course for programming the
ControlWave product family using the
Designer IEX-61131-3 standard software
and the ControlWave function block library.
This course will provide you the necessary
knowledge and skills required to define and
control inputs and outputs of related real
world applications.
Students will generate and debug simple
control strategy programs using Function
Block, Ladder Logic, Structured Text, and
Sequential Function Chart programming.
They will also learn the basics of ControlWave
communications, historical data storage,
alarming, and hardware configurations,
and much more.
Prerequisites
• Participants must have a strong working
knowledge of personal computers and
Windows XP or later versions.
• Participants should have a strong working
knowledge of their application/process.
Topics
• Ladder Logic
• Structured Text
• Function Block Diagram
• Sequential Function Chart
• Creating User Function Blocks
CEUs: 3.2
CEUs: 3.2
Personnel responsible for the establishing of
communication interfaces to ControlWave
Automation products.
Personnel responsible for the establishing of
communication interfaces to ControlWave
Automation products.
Overview
Overview
A continuation of ControlWave Designer
Fundamentals, this course focuses on
networking and communications. Students
will program the ControlWave to communicate to other devices in a network, as well as
transfer and receive signal lists using serial
and IP communications. Other application
software will be utilized to configure,
establish, and debug communications
with these devices.
Students will learn the advanced methods of
communicating to Bristol and ControlWave
devices using Client/Server modules, and to
MODBUS protocol devices using custom
function blocks.
Prerequisites
• Successful completion of course #441,
ControlWave Designer Fundamentals
• Participants must have a strong working
knowledge of personal computers and
Windows XP or later version
• Participants should have a strong working
knowledge of their application/process.
Topics
• Client/Server Function Blocks
• MODBUS
• System Communication Variables
• BSAP Network Communications
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We provide the industry-specific expertise and training in oil and gas, water and wastewater, along with best-in-class products
to help you achieve peak financial performance and long-term sustainability.
Save time and costs by attending a
fast-paced, hands-on course for programming
the ControlWave product family using
IEC-61131-3 standard software and
Bristol-supplied functions. Combining the
ControlWave Designer Communications
Programming and Fundamentals courses
allows you to participate in a single one
week course. This course will provide you with
the knowledge and skills required to define
and control inputs and outputs of related
real world applications, including communications and troubleshooting. Students will
generate and debug simple control strategy
programs using Function Block, Ladder Logic,
Structured Text, and Sequential Function
Chart programming while learning the basics
of ControlWave network communications,
historical data storage, alarming, and
hardware configurations – including MODBUS
communications.
Prerequisites
• Participants must have a strong working
knowledge of personal computers and
Windows XP or a later version.
• Participants should have a strong working
knowledge of their application/process
• Participants should have some programming
experience
• Participants should have completed
“Creating a Simple Project”
Topics
• Basic IEC-61131-3 Programming
• Creating User Function Blocks
• Archive/Audit Trail
• BSAP Communications
• MODBUS
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Remote Automation Solutions
OPERATE AND MANAGE
OpenEnterprise for SCADA
Systems-Intermediate, Level II
Config S600+ Pro
S600+ Operator
Course RA702 NEW CEUs: 3.2
Course RA901 NEW CEUs:3.2
Course RA902 NEW
This class is intended for engineers who
will be designing and building complete
OpenEnterprise systems.
The Config600 Pro course is aimed at
application engineers and system integrators
who design and develop FloBoss S600+ applications for integration with metering systems
and skids.
The FloBoss S600+ Operator course provides
an overview into the hardware and operational
aspecrs of the FloBoss S600+.
Overview
This course will equip you to be able to install
an OpenEnterprise Server and Workstation;
configure the communications, security,
historical, alarming, messaging and other
major subsystems. Most of the tools within
the OpenEnterprise toolbox will be covered
during this class.
Prerequisites
• Participants should have formal RTU
configuration training and a working
knowledge of their application/process.
• Participants must be thoroughly
familiar with Windows 2000/XP or
later versions
• Participants should have advanced PC
and networking skills
• Participants must have completed the
Basic OpenEnterprise Class course #701
Topics
• Learn Advanced Configurations of the
OpenEnterprise Systems
• Perform Alarming and Messaging
Configurations
• Learn to Configure, Diagnose and
Troubleshoot OpenEnterprise Systems
• Creating Calculations from RTU Data
Overview
The Config600 Pro course provides an insight
into the generation of application configurations for the FloBoss S600+.
The course will include a mixture of input from
the trainer and participative training involving
work in pairs and as individuals.
All attendees will be supplied with a
Config600 Pro license, electronic copies
of all documentation and Config600 Pro
release CD’s (including PDF copies of marketing materials).
Prerequisites
• Participants should have completed
the online familiarization course and
be familiar with metering techniques
and standards
• Participants should bring their own lap
top computers to the course and should
preferably have administrator privileges.
• Participants must be PC literate.
• Participants should have the Config600+
application installed on their laptop prior to
attending – Note: this must not be installed
more than 1 week prior to the course as the
evaluation license expires after 14 days.
• Participants should have an appreciation of
computer programming languages.
Topics
• Basic Concepts and Product Architecture
• Install and configure S600+ Applications
• S600+ Database Structure and Commonly
used Features
• Create and Configure Displays/
Reports/MODBUS Interfaces
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Educational Services
CEUs:2.1
Overview
The course will include a mixture of input from
the tainer and participative taining involving
work in pairs and as individuals.
Prerequisites
• Participants should be familiar with
metering techniques and standards.
• Participants should bring their own laptop
computers to the course and should
preferably have administrator privileges.
• Participants must be PC literate
• Participants should have the Config600
Lite application installed on their laptop
prior to attending.
Topics
• Basic Concepts and Product Architecture
• Hardware/IO Capabilties
• Download and Upload S600+ Configurations
• Use of the Front Panel I and Web
Browser Capabilitiies
• Use of the Config600 Lite Tool to Modify
Existing Displays/Reports/ Modbus Interfaces
ControlWave Gas Measurement
Products
Gas Measurement Applications
for Technicians
OpenEnterprise for SCADA
Systems – Basics, Level I
Course RA445 Course RA447 Course RA701 CEUs: 2.1
CEUs: 2.1
CEUs: 3.2
Personnel responsible for the installation,
wiring, start-up, configuration and
maintenance of ControlWave gas flow
computers
Personnel responsible for the installation,
wiring, start-up, configuration and maintenance of ControlWave gas flow computers
The class is intended for users who have experience with programming and configuration
of Bristol RTUs.
Overview
Overview
The Gas Measurement Applications for
Technicians course provides students with a
thorough understanding of configuration of
the Multi- Run/Multi-Station (MRMS) application for the ControlWave Micro.
Overview
Students will use TechView to configure the
ControlWave application to establish multiple
gas measurement and control scenarios,
historical log colletctions, calibrations, and
much more.
At the conclusion of the Class, students will be
able to install a very simple OpenEnterprise
Server and Workstation; configure communications with Bristol RTU’s and then begin
building HMI displays, trends, alarm windows,
and develop a basic user interface using these
products.
The ControlWave Gas Measurement course
provides students with a thorough understanding of configuring the ControlWave GFC,
EFM, and XFC Flow Computers for single or
multiple-run gas measurement.
As a hands-on course, students will use
TechView to collect historical logs, calibrate
internal and external pressure sensors, and
gain troubleshooting techniques for real
world applications.
Prerequisites
The following are suggested,
not mandatory:
• Participants should have a working
knowledge of their application/process
• Participants should be familiar with
Windows XP or later versions and
posess a general knowledge of gas
measurement and production
Topics
• Hardware Configuration
• TechView Software Overview
• Log Collection
• Troubleshooting
• Configuring 4-Run Gas Application
Prerequisites
The following are suggested,
not mandatory:
• Participants should have a working
knowledge of their application/process
• Participants should be familiar with
Windows XP or later versions and poses
a general knowledge of gas
measurement and production
Topics
• Hardware Overview
• Writing/Saving Configurations
• I/O Controls
• MVT Calibration
• Station Configuration
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Remote Automation Solutions
This class provides a very brief introduction to
the OpenEnterprise Server, and more detailed
coverage of the OpenEnterprise Workstation
and OpenEnterprise Reporting packages
(versions 2.80).
Prerequisites
• Participants must have a strong working
knowledge of personal computers and
Windows 2000/XP or a later version
• Participants must have a strong working
knowledge of their application/process
• Participants must have a strong have
completed an OpenBSI and Control
Wave Designer Training Class.
Topics
• Database Explorer and structure
• Creating display objects
• Alarm Windows, and Alarm & Event History
• Creating and Configuring Trends
• Data Export
• Creating Reports
• System Troubleshooting
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Remote Automation Solutions
OPERATE AND MANAGE
FloBoss Operation and
Maintenance
ROC800 Operation and
Maintenance
DS800 for ROC800 Series
Programming
Course RA1220 Course RA1240
Course RA1241 CEUs: 3.2
CEUs:32
CEUs:2.1
This Remore Automation Solutions course is
for engineers, technicians, and others involves
with the operation and maintenance of the
FloBoss 103 and FloBoss 107 products.
This Remote Automation Solutions course
is for engineers, technicians, and others
involved with the operation and maintenance
of the ROC800 Series products.
This Remote Automation Solutions course
is for engineers, technicians, and others
involved with configuring the ROC800 Series
products.
Overview
Overview
Overview
Each student will be provided with a PC
(ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation
Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a
workbook for the duration of the class.
Prerequisites
This 4-1/2 day course will provide an overall
working knowledge of the FloBoss 103, Flo
Boss 107 and the FloBoss 107E. Participants
are presented with a comprehensive view
of the FloBoss 103/107/107E hardware and
software to obtain the necessary knowledge
needed to effectively install, configure and
maintain the FloBoss 103/107/107E products.
Each student will be provided with a PC
(ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation
Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a
workbook for the duration of the class.
Prerequisites
Participants should have a working knowledge
of their application/process and should
also have advanced PC knowledge and be
thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows
operating systems (XP or later versions).
Topics
• FloBoss 103/107.107E Hardware Overview
• Flow Measurement Review
-Overview on MVS Product Set Up
Multi-Dropping on MVS
• FloBoss Configuration
-Elements of a Basic Configuration
-Setting and Checking ROC
System Flags
-Set and Check ROC Information
-Configuring I/O Points
-Calibrating AI and AO Points
-Communication Basics
-Configuring AGA Flow Calculations
-Configuring FloBoss History
-Building FloBoss Displays
• FST Workshop
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This 4- ½ day course will provide an overall
working knowledge of the ROC800 series.
Participants are presented with a comprehensive view of the ROC809/827 hardware and
software to obtain the necessary knowledge
needed to effectively install, configure and
maintain the ROC800 series products.
Prerequisites
Participants should have a working knowledge of their application/process and should
also have advanced PC knowledge and be
thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows
operating systems (XP or later versions).
Topics
• ROC800 Series Hardware Overview
• Flow Measurement Review
-Overview on MVS Product
-Setup Multi-Dropping of MVS
• Introduction to ROCLINK 800 Software
• ROC809/827 Configuration
-Elements of a Basic Configuration
-Setting and Checking ROC System Flags
-Set and Check ROC Information
-Configuring I/O Points
-Calibrating AI and AO Points
-PID Configuration
-Communication Basics
-Configuring AGA Flow Calculations
-Configuring ROC800 History
-Building ROC800 Displays
• FST Workshop
This 3-day course will provide an overall
working knowledge of the 5 different
programming languages for the ROC800
series. The course emphasizes hands-on
exercises using DS800 Development Suite to
program the ROC800 Series Products. Each
students will be provided with a PC (ROCLINK
& DS800 preinstalled), a Remote Automation
Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a
workbook for the duration of the class.
Participants should have experience with
ROC800 series hardware, a working knowledge of their application/process and should
also have advanced PC knowledge and be
thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows
operating systems (XP or later versions).
Topics
• DS800 Software Overview
-Sequential Function Chart
-Ladder Logic of Ladder Diagram
-Function Block Diagram
-Structured Text
-Instruction List
• ROCLINK 800 Sofware
DL8000 Preset System
Configuration
ROC800L Configuration
Course RA1242 Course RA1244 NEW
CEUs:3.2
CEUs: 2.1
This Remote Automation Solutions course
is for engineers, technicians, and others
involved with the operation and maintenance
of the DL8000 Preset System Controller
product.
This Remote Automation Solutions course
is for engineers, technicians, and others
involved with the operation and maintenance
of the ROC800L.
Overview
This 3 ½ day course will provide an overall
working knowledge of the ROC800L.
Participants are presented with a
comprehensive view of the ROC800L
hardware and software to obtain the necessary knowledge and practice needed to install
and configure a ROC800L. Participants will
know the differences between the ROC809
and ROC800L.
This 4 ½ day course will provide an overall
working knowledge of the DL8000 Preset
System Controller. Participants will be
enabled to configure, operate and diagnose
the DL8000 Preset System Controller.
Each student will be provided with a PC
(ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation
Solutions RTU (DL80000), a communications
cable, and a workbook for the duration of the
class.
Prerequisites
Participants should have formal RTU
configuration training preferably with
ROC800 series hardware and a working
knowledge of their application/process.
Participants should have advanced PC
knowledge and be thoroughly familiar
with Microsoft Windows operating
systems (20000/XP or later versions).
Topics
• Basic Concepts and Product features
of the DL8000
• Set Up Parameters
• Meter Proving
• Hardware diagnostics and Troubleshooting
• DL8000 Configuring Dynamic,
Real-Time Display of Flow Parameters
• Configuring for Additive Injection
-Temperature Compensation
-Data Logging
-Communications
• Blending Methods and Flow Sequencing
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Remote Automation Solutions
Overview
Each student will be provided with a PC
(ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote Automation
Solutions RTU (ROC800L), a communications
cable, and a workbook for the duration of the
class.
Prerequisites
Participants should have formal RTU configuration training and a working knowledge
of their application/process. Participants
should have advanced PC knowledge and the
thoroughly familiar with Microsoft Windows
Operating Systems (XP or later versions).
Topics
• Hardware Overview
• Writing/Saving Configurations
• I/O Controls
• MVT Calibration
• Station Configuration
Educational Services
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FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves
LEARNINGPATH
At the foundation of any process are the field
devices that measure and control the flow of air,
steam, water, gas or hundreds of other materials. Without proper basic setup, calibration and
configuration of these devices, advanced control
techniques cannot provide the levels of efficiency
thetechnology is capable of.
Factory Training
At our Dubai & Jubail training facilities, we host factory training courses in which the
student will attend class in our fully equipped training laboratory. Our courses include
small group hands-on sessions, one-on-one time with instructors, and a facility tour
in the factory. Our workshops are simply the best investment you can make today in
your employees and your business.
Regional Training Center
Knowledge of process control devices within
a plant is often passed down from generation
to generation. At the same time, if advances in
process technology and methodology usually
brought about by training aren’t brought into
the plant, in-house standards for device setup
and maintenance can become based on
out-dated theory. The result is that while a valve
or instrument may be working, it may not be
working up to its capabilities and is not delivering
on its promised performance.
Educational Services has made a global
commitment to helping our customers find
and keep that promise of performance.
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Educational Services
Our regional training center at RLIC – Qatar is strategically located to support your
training needs when and where you need it. Our fully equipped training laboratory
allows us to host the same training courses as in Dubai & Jubail
On-site, Local Training
We offer on-site training subject to availability of dedicated classroom facilities and
suitable workshop locations so that we can maintain the same high standards of
education at site
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FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves
LEARNINGPATH
Valve Mechanic or
Maintenance Technician
Instrument Technician
e9020
Fisher® Valve
Fundamentals
e9020
Fisher® Valve
Fundamentals
1400
Valve Technician 1
1751
Fundamentals of HART
Based FIELDVUE™ Digital
Valve Controller using the
475 Field Communicator
1451
Valve Maintenance
with FIELDVUE ™
Digital Valve Controller
1751
Fundamentals of HART
Based FIELDVUE™ Digital
Valve Controller using the
475 Field Communicator
7036
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus
FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve
Controllers
1752
ValveLink™ Software for FIELDVUE ™ Digital Configuration and
Calibration of Valve Controllers
1759
ValveLink ™ Software for
Diagnostics of FIELDVUE™
Digital Valve Controller
e9020
Fisher® Valve
Fundamentals
Senior Technician
1400
Valve Technician 1
1751
Fundamentals of HART
Based FIELDVUE™ Digital
Valve Controller using the
475 Field Communicator
e9020
Fisher® Valve
Fundamentals
1451
Fundamentals of HART
Based FIELDVUE™ Digital
Valve Controller using the
475 Field Communicator
1752
ValveLink™ Software for FIELDVUE ™
Digital Configuration
and Calibration of Valve Controllers
7036
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus
FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve
Controllers
1759
ValveLink ™ Software for
Diagnostics of FIELDVUE™
Digital Valve Controller
1300
Control Valve Engineering I
1350
Control Valve Engineering II
Valve Engineer
1751
Fundamentals of HART Based
FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller
using the 475 Field Communicator
1752
ValveLink™ Software for FIELDVUE ™
Digital Configuration
and Calibration of Valve Controllers
7036
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus
FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve
Controllers
1759
ValveLink ™ Software for
Diagnostics of FIELDVUE™
Digital Valve Controller
1766
FIELDVUE™ DVC 6000
SIS Setup with AMS
ValveLink ™
Educational Services
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Fisher
TRAININGFACILITIES
99 A state of the art dedicated training room able to accommodate 12 students in comfort
99 Audio visual:- 70 inch interactive touch screen TV and 9 sq.mtr WIDE Screen with high resolution
and high brightness projector
99 HD repeater screen in the center of the room
99 Radio mic with ambient sound for the instructor
99 Work stations:- 6 live work stations capable of both Hart and Fieldbus communications with their
own PC’s and double monitors, connected through Wi-Fi to the main AV stations allowing any 4
students on the main screen simultaneously
99 Broadcast:- self tracking video cameras for broadcasts and recording of sessions, plus independent
live video conferencing
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Educational Services
The twin forces of advancing technology, exemplified by the rapid acceptance of FIELDVUE digital valve controllers, and the merging of the valve
and instrument technician crafts in many plants are making control valve education more important today than ever before. These interrelated
trends necessitate higher levels of education on the part of those responsible for valve maintenance and operation.
Control Valve Engineering I
Valve Technician I
Course: 1300 Course: 1400
CEUs: 3.2
Valve Maintenance with FIELDVUE ™
Digital Valve Controller
CEUs: 3.2
Course: 1451 CEUs: 3.2
Overview
Overview
Overview
This introductory course is for valve
mechanics, maintenance personnel,
instrument technicians, and others who are
responsible for maintaining control valves,
actuators and control valve instrumentation.
This 4 ½ day course reviews design and operating principles of control valves, actuators,
positioners and related accessories.
It describes the sizing and selection methods
for a broad variety of control valve assemblies.
Students will solve several problems using
Fisher Specification Manager and published
materials, plus participate in equipment
demonstrations and hands-on workshops.
This introductory course is for valve mechanics,
maintenance personnel, instrument technicians, and others who are responsible for
maintaining control valves, actuators and
control valve instrumentation
This 4 ½ day course explains how valves and
actuators function and how they are installed
and calibrated. It emphasizes installation,
troubleshooting, parts replacement, and
calibration of control valves, actuators, and
positioners and digital valve controllers. Those
who complete this course will be able to:
• Correctly perform installation procedures
• Perform basic troubleshooting.
• Properly apply and calibrate positioners
and FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers
• Change valve trim, gaskets and packing.
This 4 ½ day course will cover sliding stem and
rotary valves and actuators, valve and
actuator setup, maintenance , repair and
troubleshooting installation and calibration
of FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers using
the 475 Field Communicator. An overview of
ValveLink™ Mobile will be included . Those
who complete this course will be able to
• Correctly perform installation procedures
• Perform basic troubleshooting.
• Properly apply and calibrate positioners
and FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers
• Change valve trim, gaskets and packing.
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Some experience in instrument calibration
and in control valve maintenance, installation,
and operation would be helpful.
Experience in instrument calibration and in
control valve maintenance, installation, and
operation would be helpful.
Topics
Topics
This course is for engineers, technicians and
others responsible for the selection, sizing,
and application of control valves, actuators
and control valve instrumentation.
Students who complete this course will:
• Select the proper valve characteristic
for a given process.
• Choose suitable styles of control valves
for an application.
• Size of control valves and actuators.
• Properly apply positioners and instruments.
Prerequisites
Some experience with industrial controls
equipment including control valves and
actuators would be helpful.
Topics
• Control Valve Selection: Rotary/
Sliding Stem
• Actuator Selection and Sizing
• Corrosion Resistant Valves
• Liquid Valve Sizing
• Gas Valve Sizing
• Positioners and Transducers
• Valve Application Guidelines
• Valve Characteristics
• Valve Packing Considerations
• Cavitation
• Valve Noise
• Control Valve Terminology
• Globe Valves
• Packing
• Actuators, Positioners and
Digital Valve Controllers
• Bench Set
• Seat Leak Testing
• Ball Valves
• Butterfly Valves
• Eccentric Disc Valves
• Valve Characteristics
• Control Valve Terminology
• Globe Valves/Packing
• Actuators
• Bench Set
• Ball Valves / Butterfly Valves /
Eccentric Disc Valves
• Valve Characteristics
• Control Valve Noise and Cavitation
• FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller
Theory of Operation
• HART Communication Signal
• FIELDVUE™ Instrument Installation
• 475 Field Communicator
• Instrument Configuration and Calibration
• Instrument Troubleshooting
• ValveLink™ Mobile Overview
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Control Valves
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves
Courses for valve and instrument technicians explain what’s requ ired to maintain modern control valves and demonstrate the skills necessary to
do that job effectively. These classes are very structured, but students have plenty of opportunities to practice newly learned skills and receive
feedback from experts in the field. The goal is to reduce the number of poorly operating control valves throughout industry in order to enhance
processing and reduce downtime.
Fundamentals of HART Based
FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller
using the 475 Field Communicator
ValveLink™ Software for FIELDVUE™
Digital Configuration and
Calibration of Valve Controllers
ValveLink ™ Software for Diagnostics
of FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve
Controller
Course: 1751 Course: 1752 Course: 1759
CEUs: 1.4
Overview
This course is for technicians, engineers and
others responsible for installing, calibrating
and basic troubleshooting FIELDVUE™ instruments using the 475 Field Communicator.
This 2 day course provides the necessary
skills to :
• Install and mount a FIELDVUE™
digital valve controller onto Sliding
Stem Actuator/Valve and Rotary
Actuator/Valve Assemblies.
• Configure and calibrate FIELDVUE™
Instruments with the Field Communicator.
Prerequisites
Control valve experience and/or course 1400,
1300, 1710 or 1451
Topics
• Control Valve Terminology
• Globe Valves/Packing
• Actuators
• Bench Set
• Ball Valves / Butterfly Valves /
Eccentric Disc Valves
• Valve Characteristics
• Control Valve Noise and Cavitation
• FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller
Theory of Operation
• HART Communication Signal
• FIELDVUE™ Instrument Installation
• 475 Field Communicator
• Instrument Configuration and Calibration
• Instrument Troubleshooting
• ValveLink™ Mobile Overview
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CEUs: 1.8
Overview
This course is for technicians, engineers and
others responsible for installation, calibration
and diagnostics for FIELDVUE™ digital
valve controllers and ValveLink™ software.
The primary focus of this course is to provide
a comprehensive experience in managing
Digital Valve Controllers using the ValveLink™
software.
This 2 ½ day lecture/lab style course provides
hands-on experience working with FIELDVUE
™ digital valve controller and ValveLink™
Software. Students will be able to execute
ValveLink™ calibration and diagnostic routines, and create an instrument database
Prerequisites
Control valve experience and course
1451 / 1751
Topics
• Introduction to ValveLink™ software
• ValveLink™ Tag and Database Management
• Configuration with ValveLink™
• Calibration with ValveLink™
• ValveLink™ Advanced and Performance
Tier Diagnostics
• Troubleshooting
• Introduction to Diagnostic
Data Interpretation
CEUs: 1.8
Overview
This course teaches the techniques necessary
to collect and interpret valve diagnostic tests
performed using the ValveLink™ software.
This 2 ½ day course uses practical exercises
and discussions to teach the student to interpret and analyze diagnostic data obtained
using FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controllers
and ValveLink™ software. Students will
perform diagnostic tests on a variety of valve/
actuator combinations and use the data to
determine bench set, dynamic error band,
seat load, spring rate and other pertinent
parameters. Students will also perform comparison tests on valves/actuators containing
assembly or operating flaws and use the data
for troubleshooting purposes.
Prerequisites
Students must have completed courses:
• Course #1751 or Course #1451 AND
• Course #1752
• Course #7036
Topics
• Pneumatic C ontrol Valve Terminology
• Features of the Digital Valve Controller
and ValveLink™ Software
• ValveLink™ Diagnostic Tests
• Data Interpretation
• Troubleshooting Techniques
• Comparison Testing Techniques
• Performance Diagnostics
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus FIELDVUE ™
Digital Valve Controllers
Fisher FIELDVUE Digital Valve Control- Industrial Regulator
ler with AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON
Technician
Course: 7036
Course: 7022
CEUs: 2.1
Overview
This course teaches technicians and engineers
the basics of FOUNDATION™ fieldbus digital
valve controller installation, configuration,
calibration, and troubleshooting using 475
Handheld and ValveLink™ Software
The 3 day course reviews of the role and
function of control valve positioners, followed
by a series of hands-on exercises to disassemble, inspect, assemble, install, and commission a fieldbus FIELDVUE™ digital valve
controller. During commissioning students
will learn the basics of the FOUNDATION™
fieldbus protocol, the role of function blocks,
addressing, modes and status. Students will
configure, calibrate and commission devices using the 475 Field Communicator and
ValveLink™ software. Hands-on exercises also
teach students how to perform detailed setup
routines and how to run and collect data for
various ValveLink™ diagnostics.
Prerequisites
Basic familiarity with positioners and
control valve basics is required. Course 1400 /
1451 is recommended
Topics
• Positioner Basics
• FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus Overview
• FIELDVUE™ digital valve controller
Installation and Mounting
• Modes and Status
• Configuration and Calibration
with new 475 Field Communicator
• ValveLink™ Setup Wizard / Detailed Setup
• Tuning
• Tag Management
• Pressure Control
• Valvelink™ Diagnostics
• FIELDVUE™ Instrument
• Troubleshooting
CEUs: 2.1
Overview
This course is designed for technicians and
engineers to commission, calibrate, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot Fisher
FIELDVUE digital valve controllers using the
AMS ValveLinkTM SNAP-ON to AMS Device
Manager.
The course delves into device-specific techniques for commissioning, maintaining, and
troubleshooting Fisher FIELDVUE Instruments.
Prerequisites
None, though a basic familiarity with Fisher
FIELDVUE Instruments will be beneficial.
Topics
• Introduction to AMS Device Manager
• Getting Started with AMS Device Manager
• Replacing and Deleting Devices
• Field Communicator
• Using the Audit Trail
• Monitoring System Alerts
• DVC6000 View from AMS Device Manager
• AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON Features and
Functionality
• AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON Digital Valve
Controller Diagnostics
Course: 1102
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves
CEUs: 3.2
Overview
This introductory course is for regulator
mechanics, maintenance personnel, instrument technicians and others who are responsible for maintaining regulators.
Course time of 3 days will be split evenly
between classroom instruction and hands-on
workshops where participants will perform
maintenance activities with actual pressure
loops and hardware. Participants who complete this course will be able to:
• Correctly perform installation procedures
• Perform basic troubleshooting
• Properly adjust and verify set-point
• Replace diaphragms, trim parts, gaskets
and springs
Prerequisites
Some experience in instrument calibration
and regulator maintenance, installation and
operation would be helpful.
Instruction will include the following
regulator types and applications
• Self-operated regulators
• Pilot-operated regulators
• Overpressure protection using self-operated,
pilot-operated and monitor style regulators,
as well as “slam-shut” devices
• Tank blanketing and de-pad
• Plant air, fuel gas, liquids and steam
Topics
• Principles and operating fundamentals
of regulators
• Differences in characteristics of self-operated
versus pilot-operated regulators
• Pitot-tube effect
• Set-point, droop and lockup
• Balanced trim
• Accuracy class, proportional band/offset
and pilot gain
• Two-path and unloading/boot style
regulators
• Installation
• Startup
• Set-point adjustment
• Parts Replacement
• Troubleshooting
Educational Services
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FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Valve Automation
Valve Automation combines the strengths of seven world-recognized brands; Bettis, Dantoque, El-O-Matic, Hytork, FieldQ, EIM and Shafer
into a single unit. We capitalized on more than 100 years of combines experience dedicated to only onething-controlling and automating valve
operation.
BettisTM Scotch –Yoke Products
El-O-MaticTM & FieldQTM Rack &
Pinion Products
ShaferTM Hydraulic Actuators
Course VA-MEA-101
Course VA-MEA-102
Course VA-MEA-103
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2 ½ day course provides an introduction
to the range of pneumatic and hydraulic valve
actuators manufactured by Bettis. In addition
to discussing product features and benefits,
students will be given a broad overview of the
valve automation industry and provided
with training on product selection and
applications. Common pneumatic and
hydraulic control components and systems
will also be discussed.
Prerequisites
Involved with the purchase/application/
marketing or sales of products.
Topics
• CBB – Series Actuators overview
• CBA300-Series Actuators overview
• G-Series Actuators overview
• Torque Mechanisms overview
• Manual Overrides overview
• Actuator Selection/Sizing
• Common Control Components/
Control Systems
• Valve Mounting Hardware Overview
• General Practical Work
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This 1 day course provides an introduction to
the range of pneumatic valve actuators manufactured by El-O-Matic and FieldQ. In addition
of discussing product features and benefits,
students will be given a broad overview of the
valve automation industry and provided with
training on product selection and applicators.
Prerequisites
Involved with the purchase/application/
marketing or sales of products.
Topics
• Operating Principle
• E-Series Actuators overview
• P-Series Actuators overview
• Comparison of E & P Series Actuator
• 180 degrees Rotation Actuators
• FieldQ Actuators overview and features
• Comparison of FieldQ Actuators
with Conventional Actuators
• Advantages of FieldQ Actuators
• Actuators Selection/Sizing
This 1 day course provides an introduction
to Rotary Vane type valve actuators
manufactured by Shafer. Also covers about
SH Series Actuators. Primarily focussed on
product features & benefits, sizing/selection
and applications.
Prerequisites
Involved with the purchase/application/
marketing or sales of products.
Topics
• Gas Pipeline Valve/Actuator Applications
• Rotary Vane Actuators
• Assembly of Rotary Vane and
Travel Adjustments
• Poppet Block and Hand Pump
• Local Manual Control/Control Schematics
• Control Functions and Components:
-High & Low Pressure Shutoff;
-2-way electric & fail safe;
-ESD
-Pneumatic Line break devices
• Actuator sizing – Theory and Ex
• LineGuard 2000 Series
• SH Series Actuators
• Hydraulic Power Units
No one else can offer the breadth of product of the scope of service. As the world’s leader in valve automation we are constantly innovating and
improving on the quality of our products and are able to augment our own resources with those of our colleagues in the Emerson organization.
Bettis/EIM
Electric Actuators
Bettis
Multiport Flow Selector (MPFS)
Bettis , EI-O-Matic & FieldQ Scotch-Yoke
and Rack & Pinion Product Servicing
Course VA-MEA-104
Course VA-MEA-105
Course VA-MEA-201
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2 day course provides information on the
types of Electric Actuators in the EIM profolio
ranging from multi-turn to ¼ turn, the principles of operation, mechanical and electrical
components, followed by a hands on demonstration of actuator and Materstation.
Prerequisites
Involved with the purchase / application/
marketing or sales of products.
Topics
History
Applications
Actuation Principles
• Mechanical
-Electric Motor
-Motor Gear Set
-Clutch Assembly
-Worm / Worm Gear Assembly
-Geared Limit Drive Assembly
-Torque Limit Drive Assembly
-Stem Nut / Bushing with Locknut
• Electronic
-Constant Health Monitoring – EFM
-Absolute Position Detector – APD
-Historical Data & Diagnostics
-HMI Indication of all Parameters,
3600 Rotation/Moveable – LDM
-Remote Display Unit fro Inaccessible
MOV’s – RDM
-Total Electronic Control – TEC
-Discrete DI/DO, Analogue AI / AO,
Digital, ESD, PST
-Field Network Communications
-Protection Features
-Networks
-Modbus Masterstation
• Hand on Demonstration of setting up
the actuator, limit switches and
genera configuration and
interrogation.
• Understanding how all the
components fit inside the actuator,
assemble and disassemble.
• Demonstration of the Masterstation
showing a redundant system.
• Questions and answer session.
This 1 day course provides information on
the Bettis MPFS, principles of operation,
its applications and followed by a hands on
demonstration.
Prerequisites
Involved with the purchase / application /
marketing or sales of products
Topics
• Introduction
• Conventional Manifold with 2-way valves
• Conventional Manifold with 3-way valves
• Multiport Flow Selector Assembly Overview
• Pug seal components
• Model size & Designations
• Electric actuator
• Advantages of MPFS
• Typical Installations
• Live Demo in Workshop
This 3 day class provides comprehensive
information concerning the installation,
operation and maintenance of all Bettis
Scotch-Yoke Products, EI-O-Matic & FieldQ
Rack & Pinion Products.
Prerequisites
Involved with the purchase / application /
marketing or sales of products
Topics
• Instruction / Maintenance
Instruction Manuals
• Product Serial Numbers Review
• Service Procedure Index Review
• General Operating /
Maintenance Instructions
• General Servicing information on CBB,
CBA300, G-Series, E-Series and FieldQ Series
• Conversion of Fail Action in G-Series
Actuators
• 2 days of practical exercises involving the
disassembly /reassembling of Products
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Valve Automation
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Valve Automation
BettisTM & ShaferTM
Gas / Hydraulic Product Servicing
BettisTM
Multiport Flow Selector (MPFS)
Course VA-MEA-202
Course VA-MEA-203
Overview
Overview
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Topics
Topics
This 2 day course uses classroom style
lecturers and hands-on experience with
working models concerning the installation,
operation and maintenance of Bettis and
Shafer Gas / Hydraulic Products.
Involved with the purchase / application /
marketing or sales / service of products.
• Gas Hydraulic Actuators
• Gas Hydraulic Control Systems
• Instruction / Maintenance Instruction
Manuals
• General Operating / Maintenance
Instructions of Actuators and Control
Accessories
• General Servicing information
• 2 days of practical exercises involving
the disassembly / reassembling of Products
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This 1 ½ day course provides information on
the Bettis MPFS, principles of operation and
hands on experience concerning the installation, operation and maintenance of the
product.
Involved with the purchase / application /
marketing or sales / service of products.
• MPFS Design Philosophy
• MPFS assembly overview
• Plug seal components overview
• MPFS Disassembly
• MPFS Re assembly
-Bonnet seal change
-Plug seal change
• Actuator local mode operation
• Actuator remote mode operation
• Actuator communication with DCS
• Port alignment/calibration
• Home port calibration
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Roxar Metering
Roxar’s objectives are to help oil and gas operators increase oil and gas recovery from their reservoirs, reduce uncertainty,and make improved
field management decisions. The need for training is more critical than ever to achieve and maintain costeffective operations. Roxar supports all
the delivered instrumentation with a range of highly practical training programs.
A leading international technology
solutions provider covering the
entire reservoir optimization
value chain.
Roxar Multiphase meter 1900VI
Roxar Multiphase meter 2600
Course ROX001
Course ROX002
All courses are run by certified instructors who
combine their understanding of theory with
their unrivalled, on-site practical experience.
The result is a complete service-focused solution defined by partnership and collaboration.
Overview
Overview
Our global organization is available to work
with you defining the appropriate subject
matter and the right approach to satisfy your
training need. Understanding the data is the
key in order to make the right decisions for
reservoir management.
Duration: 3 days
The Roxar topside/surface Multiphase meter
measures accurately the flow rates of oil, gas
and water without separation, mixing or
moving parts. Field experience shows
longterm stability, high accuracy and very
good repeatability. The objective of the
Roxar MPFM 1900VI course is to provide the
particIpant with an understanding of the
multi phase flow, components and measurement principles of the instrument. The
course focuses on providing the participants
with detailed understanding of the set-up
and configuration; calibration data, reference
fluid parameter set-up and operation of the
meter. The course will cover interpretation
and correlation of MPFM parameters versus
influences of process conditions.
Topics
Introduction to Multiphase
• Metering of oil and gas production
• Purpose of the Roxar Multi phase meter
• Multiphase flow and terminology
• Roxar Multiphase sensors and electronics
Measurement Technology
• Overview of the measurement system
• Measurement principles used in Roxar
MPFM 1900VI
• Determination of flow rates
• Velocity measurements; pressure,
temperature and volume
• Verification of the measurements- which
factors have vital importance for design
and process calculation
Operations
• Overview of the Roxar MPFM 1900VI
operation system
• Service console software installation and
main screen presentations
• Communication set-up
• Calibration and reference fluid parameter
set-up
• Purpose of the Service Console Program(SCP)
• Interpretation of the SCP screen- diagnostics
• SCP screen alarm indication, configuration
of the multiphase meter
• Practical information on how to access
and save parameter files; practical
information on how to log and retrieve
data; well test options
Maintenance
• Test equipment & recommended spare parts
• Main checks and intervals
• Radiological survey (topside)
• Reference fluid density parameter set-up
• Reference permittivity and conductivity
• Temperature, pressure and differential
pressure function check
• Capacitance unit function check
• Inductive unit function check
• Densitometer unit function check
• Parameter save and download; diagnostics;
troubleshooting
The Roxar Zector technology provides
accurate and real-time characterization
of flow patterns. The voxel-based signal
processing and electrode geometry provides
information, including multiple flow velocity data and near wall measurements. The
objective of the Roxar MPFM2600 course is to
provide the participant with an understanding
of the multiphase flow, components and measurement principles of the instrument. The
course focuses on providing the participants
with detailed understanding of the set up and
configuration; calibration data, reference fluid
parameter set up and operation ofthe meter.
The course will cover interpretation and
correlation of MPFM parameters versus influences of process conditions. Understanding
the data is the key in order to make the right
decisions for reservoir management.
Topics
Introduction to multiphase metering
• Single phase metering/multiphase metering
• Flow regimes
• Roxar’s experience in multiphase metering
• Roxar MPFM2600
• Mechanical design (to keep consistency
with other pointers)
Mechanical Specifications
• Roxar MPFM2600 components
• Installation and commissioning instructions
Measurement Technology
• Overview of the measurement system
• The principle of operation (phase fraction
measurement, the gamma densitometer,
velocity measurement, PVT tables, phase
slip, static properties)
Software Operations
• Overview of Roxar MPFM operation system
• Installation and start up of the service console
• Software operations: practical information
on how to access and save parameter files,
logging and retrieving data, well test options
Maintenance
• Overview of the mechanical
system maintenance
• Gamma system
• Electrical System
• Calibration
• Replacement of parts
PVT
• What is PVTx
• Fluid analysis: sampling, compositional data
• Tempest PVTx
• Import tables
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MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Roxar subsea Multiphase Meter
Roxar Wetgas Meter
Course ROX003
Course ROX004
CEUs: 2.1
Overview
The concept of the three days Roxar subsea
Multiphase meter Training Course is to
enhance the knowledge of the participants on
the subject of subsea multiphase metering.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, process and reservoir engineers,
users of metering data, and project engineers.
Topics
Introduction to Multiphase
• Metering of oil and gas production
• Purpose of MPFMs
• Multiphase flow and terminology
• Sensors and electronics
Measurement Technology
• Measurement system and principles
• Determination of flow rates
• Velocity measurements
• Pressure, temperature and volume
• Verification of measurements
• Redundancies
Operations
• Service console and operation system
• Communication set-up & configuration
• Reference fluid parameter setup
• SCP Screen Alarm indication
• Parameter files
• Log and retrieve data
• Well test options
Maintenance
• Recommended maintenance
• Mechanical systems maintenance
• Gamma system
• Calibration
• Redundancy setup
PVTx
• Roxar Tempest PVTx Programme
• Fluid analysis
• Import tables
Practical Exercises
• General exercises
• Course specific exer cise
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RoxarSubsea Wetgas Meter
CEUs: 1.4
Overview
The concept of the 2 days’ Roxar Wetgas
Meter Training Course is to enchance the
knowledge of the participants on the subject
of wetgas metering. Course is offered for both
topside and subsea variations of the meter.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, users of metering data, and
project engineers.
Topics
Introduction of Wetgas Metering/
Technology
• Why wetgas metering?
• Terminology
• Flow regims
• Why wetgas meters instead of multiphase
meters?
• Typical installations subsea/topside
• Description of the different parts of
the meter (subsea/topside)
Measurement Technology
• How is wetgas measured?
-MW
-P,T, dP, PVTx
-Gamma
• Operational modes
• Measurement requirements/range (IDS)
• Installing the meter-Transmitter location
• Meter accuracy
Operations
• Communicating with meter/
communication protocols (Modbus/
KOS150/CANbus)
• The Roxar Wetgas Meter Console
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
• Periodic checks (Topside/Subsea)
• Monthly/yearly checks
• Fixed values of communication
troubleshooting
• Case studies of known scenarios/ problems
Course ROX005
CEUs: 1.4
Overview
The Roxar Subsea Wetgas meter is a unique instrument allowing accurate measurement of
hydrocarbon flow rates and water production
with a very compact mechanical solution.
The aim of this 2-day training is to provide the
participants with in-depth knowledge of
Instrument operations which enable participants to take full advantage of the meter in
real applications.
Course participants will be taught the
intricacies of the meter and measurement
technology, understanding of the data and
the measurement principles will allow better
decision making when it comes to reservoir
management and optimizing the production
process
Topics
Introduction of Wetgas
• Introduction
• Wet Gas
• Why Measure Water?
• Multiphase Flow
• Flow Conditions
• Ranges and Specifications
• Installation Examples
Mechanical Specifications
• Material Overview
• Design Standards
• SWGM Components
• Cathodic Protection and HISC
• Insulation and Coating
• Testing
Measurement Technology
• Overview of the Measurement System
• The Principle of Operation
• Direct Measurement and Required Inputs
• Fraction Calculations
• Formation Water Detection
• Calculation Modes
• Redundancy
Operations and Maintenance
• Pre-commissioning Phases
• Commissioning and Start Up
• Communication
• Roxar SWGM Console
• Meter Operation
• Alarms and Warnings
• Calibration (Describe All Alternatives)
• Maintenance
Roxar Watercut Meter
Course ROX006
Roxar CorrLog-lnstrusive
Corrosion Monitoring System
CEUs: 1.4 Course ROX008
Overview
The concept of the 2 days Roxar Watercut
Meter Training Course if to enchance the
knowledge of the participants on the subject
of watercut metering. This course is focusing
on Roxar Watercut Meter-Highcut Version.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, process engineers, users of
metering data, and project engineers.
Topics
Introduction to Roxar Watercut Meter
• Why measure watercut
• Metering challengers and
requirements
• Technology for watercut
measurement
Measurement Technology
• How to measure watercut?
• Installation
• Microwave signal path
• Entrapment of microwaves in a pipe
• Microwave resonance
• Permittivity of oil and water
• Water continuous and oil continuous
phase
• Calculating mix permittivity
• Bruggeman equation
• Calculating water permittivity
• Calculating watercut from density,
topcut function
• Measurement uncertainty,
initial explanation
Operators
• Connecting to the meter
• Setting up inputs and output from
the meter
• Setting up setup data for a meter
• Starting measurement
• Setting up Topcut, AutoZero, Special
functions
• Inline calibration
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
• Recommended maintenance
• Setting diagnostic and logging using
Hyper-Terminal
• Diagnostics & Common error messages
• Toubleshooting
• Practical exercises on meter electronics
with dummy
CEUs: 1.4
Overview
Corrosion is a major cost in the oil and gas
as well as other industries, and frequently
the reason for accidents and unplanned
interruptions in production plans. Corrosion
monitoring is thus important for verification
of the assets integrity. Our intrusive corrosion
monitor 2-day training course will provide
your personnel with the knowledge of the
Roxar Intrusive corrosion monitoring system,
providing understanding of the different
system infrastructures, components and
measurement principles. The course focuses
on teaching the participants what valid and
non-valid data are; provides knowledge on
how to create reports from data received by
the instrument in order to provide input to
integrity managers to enable better decisionmaking. The course is available in two versions: Multi-trend and Fieldwatch, depending
on the system software that your installation
is using for operations of the instrumentation.
Topics
Introduction to Corrosion Monitoring
• Overview of Corrosion Issues
• WhyCorrosion Monitoring?
- Corrosion Control and Process Optimization
- Integrity Management and Safety
• Basic Prindples for Selecting locations for
Corrosion Monitoring
• Overview of the Roxar Intrusive Corrosion
Monitoring System
- Weight loss Coupons. Electrical Resistance
Probes, linear Polarization Probes. Galvanic
Probes
- Mechanical Accessories
• Instrumentation
• System Software
• Integrated Flow Assurance Monitoring
Systems
Measurement Principles
• Weight Loss Coupons
• Electrical Resistance Probes
• Linear Polarization Probes
• Galvanic Probes
Roxar Sand monitoring and
Pig Detection
Course ROX009 CEUs: 1.4
Overview
The concept of the 2 days’ Roxar Sand monitoring system and/or Pig DetectionTraining
Course is to enhance the knowledge of the participants on the subject of the sand monitoring
system.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, process engineers, users of
metering data, and project engineers.
Topics
Introduction to Sand monitor
• Why sand detection system?
• Product description (hardware)
• Sand detection system enclosure
• History
• Integration with other products
Measurement Technology
• How do we measure sand?
• Sand detection requirements
• Process data interface
• Sand rate calculation
• Sand detector
• Accuracy
Operations
• Software
• Configuration of the CIU
• Process Date Interface
• Alarm Settings Interface
• Data Logging
• Interpretation of signlas
• Necessary maintenance
Maintenance
• Installation
• Communication
• Calibration &Filtering Settings
• Ownership
• Preventive maintenance
• Maintenance calibration
• Hardware maintenance
Software Operations
• Verification of the Software
• Configuration and Installation Architecture
• Instrument SpecifiC Parameters
• Raw Data Verification
• Engineer Values
- Data Handling and Presentation
- Data lnterp~etation
- Reporting
• Exporting Data
Maintenance
• Battery Replacement (Offline Systems Only)
• System Health Check
• Replacing Interface Cards
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MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Roxar Metering
Roxar Metering
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
RoxarFSM
Course ROX010
CEUs:1.4
Overview
Corrosion is a major cost in the oil and gas as we
as other industries, and frequently being the
reason for accidents and mplanned interruptions in production plans. Corrosion monitoring
is thus important for verification of the assets
integrty. Roxar’s FSM (Field Signature Method)
system is a non-intrusive system for monitoring
internal corrosion in pipes, pipelines or vessels
directly in the pipe wall. Our Non-Intrusive
Corrosion Monitor 2-day training course will
provide your personnel with the knowledge of
the Roxar non-intrusive corrosion monitoring
system, understanding of the different system
infrastructures, components and measurement
principles. The course focuses on teaching the
participants what valid and non-valid data are;
provides knowledge on how to create reports
from data received by the instrument in order
to provide input to integrity managers to enable
better decision making. The course is available
in two versions. MultiTrend and Fieldwatch,
depending on the system software that your
installation is using for operations of the instrumentation.
Topics
Introduction
• Overview of Corrosion Issues
• Why Corrosion Monitoring?
- Corrosion Control and Process Optimization
- lntegrity Management and Safety
• Basic Principles for Selecting Locations for
Corrosion Monitoring
• Objective of the Roxar FSM System
- Mechanical Components
- Buried System
• Instrumentation
• System Software
• System Infrastructure
• Integrated Flow Asswance Monitoring
Systems
Measurement Principles
• Field Signature Method
Software Operations
• Verification of the Software
• Configuration and Installation Architecture
• Instrument SpecifiC Paramelers
• Raw Data Verification
• Signature
• Engineer Values
- Data Hand ‘ng and Presentation
- Data lnlerpretation
- Reporting
• Exporting Data
Maintenance
• Battery Replacement (EX Version)
• System Health Checks
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Roxar Hydraulic Retrieval and
Access Fitting System
Roxar Multiphase Meter
Course ROX011
Course ROX012
CEUs: 2.1
Overview
Hydraulic Retrieval System, the probe/coupon
holder is connected to a hollow or solid plug,
which is installed in a hydraulic access fitting.
lnstallation and retrieval of the plug/probe
assembly under pressue is done by pumping
the plug in and out of the hydraulic access
fitting using the double acting hydraulic
retrieval tool. The objective of this course
is to give the participant an overview of the
Hydraulic Retrieval & Access Fitting System.
The focus of this 3-day course is to bring
awareness of working safely and efficiently
with the tool and safe work practices. It will
explain the design and operations of the tool
and the frtting, and is recommended for
anyone who will work wth retrieval operation
using our hydraulic retrieval system. Physical
demonstrations with retriever, service valves,
and retractors on non-pressurized stands may
be arranged by special request.
Topics
Introduction
• The Hydraulic Access Fitting and its Components
• The Hydraulic Tool Retrieval and its Components
• Different variations of the Tool (PED/Non-PED)
Theoretical Operation
• Videos
• Theoretical Run through the Operation
• Understanding How the Tool Works
• Safe Operation of the Tool
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Maintenance
• Get to Know the Tool and its Components
• Safe Operation of the Tool
• Do’s and Don’ts
• Practical Troubleshooting
• Focus on Getting Comfortable using the Tool
• Repeated Operations
• Maintenance After Use
• Practical Exam
Overview
The concept of the three days Roxar
Multiphase meter training course is to
enhance the knowledge of the participants
on the subject of multiphase metering.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, process and reservoir engineers,
users of metering data, and project engineers.
Topics
Introduction to Multiphase
• Metering of oil and gas production
• Purpose of MPFMs
• Multiphase flow and terminology
• Sensors and electronics
Operations
• Service console and operation system
• Communication set-up & configuration
• Reference fluid parameter setup
• SCP Screen Alarm indication
• Parameter files
• Log and retrieve data
• Well test options
Maintenance
• Recommended maintenance
• Mechanical systems maintenance
• Gamma system
• Electrical systems maintenance
• Calibration
• Updates
PVTx
• Roxar Tempest PVTx Programme
• Fluid analysis
• Import tables
Practical Exercises
• General exercises
• Course specific exercise
Introduction to Tempest ENABLE
RMS for Reservoir Geologist
Introduction to 3D Geological
Specialising in Property Modelling Modelling in RMS
KBA-01133-J9Q2G9
KBA-01121-Y7Y5N6
KBA-01114-Y9F5Y4
Overview
Overview
Overview
Tempest ENABLE provides mathematical
support to reservoir engineers in their use of
reservoir simulation software. This support
allows engineers to complete tasks like history matching much more quickly than using
the simulator on its own, and also provides a
more rigorous approach to predicting future
reservoir performance, or optimising field
development.
In this introductory course, students learn
how to perform history matching and prediction uncertainty using Tempest ENABLE
in conjunction with the reservoir simulator.
The course normally uses the Tempest MORE
simulator, but can also be run with Eclipse and
some proprietary simulators, according to
demand.
Duration
3 days
Intended for
Reservoir engineers with background knowledge or hands-on experience in reservoir
simulation technology
Overview & Project setup:
• Overview of ENABLE
• Setting up an ENABLE project
• Setting up and importing the deck
• Setting up modifiers
• Scoping runs
• ENABLE theory 1: Statistical approach and
its impact
• Setting up and importing history
History Matching
• Selecting history match points
• Using the stochastic estimator
• Refinement runs
• ENABLE theory 2: Refinement runs
• Analysing results and managing plots
• Qualities & tolerances
• Automation macros
• Import & export
Prediction & Optimisation:
• Analysing qualities & modifiers
• Results calculator
• Confidence Intervals
• Multiple scenarios
• User functions
• Using ENABLE for Appraisal and
optimisation
The complete geological 3D modelling workflow is covered, from data I/O to volumetrics.
Facies modelling and petrophysical modelling
are covered to an advanced level, making the
course particularly relevant to those geologists
who will focus on this part of the characterisation workflow. This course runs 5 days
Intended for
Reservoir geologists. No previous RMS
experience required
Orientation
• Project panel and data layout
• Visualisation - multi-viewer, map views,
3D views, correlation views
• Creating cross sections
• Printing & plotting
• Setting up workflows
• Project units
Structural Modelling
• Data loading horizons, wells, well picks and isochores
• QC & cross check of horizon & well data
• Fault surface creation and truncation
• Fault QC tools
• Creating the horizon model
• Data filtering and updating the horizon model
• Adjusting the structural model to zone logs
• 3D grid - creating, visualising and QC
Facies Modelling, basic
• Blocked wells - creation & visualisation
• QC of blocked wells using statistics, well log
editor and data analysis
• Object based facies modelling
• Pixel based facies modelling
• Combining facies techniques
Facies Modelling, advanced (fluvial, shoreface &
delta and turbidite environments will be modelled.)
• Using proportions and variograms to influence
lateral distribution
• Creating and editing a bodylog
• Generating a facies log from well data
• Correlating channels in 3D space
• Modelling crevasses
• Using vertical proportion curves
• Using seismic data to distribute facies
• Creating average facies maps
• Working with progradational/ retrogradational
systems - Progradational direction, stacking angles,
facies interfingering & curved boundaries
• Using ‘backbone’ objects to influence facies body
shapes and direction in a turbidite environment
• Using sedseis
Petrophysical Property Modelling
• Interpolation of well data - basic and conditioned to
facies
• Stochastic petrophysical property modelling - basic
distribution
• Water saturation- using trendsand variable contacts
• Volumetrics
• Model updating
• Preventive maintenance
• Maintenance calibration
• Hardware maintenance
Geologists are taken through the full 3D static
modelling workflow to enable new users to
return to their office and confidently build a
model from data I/O to volumetrics
Duration
3 days
Intended for
Reservoir Geologists. No prior RMS training
required
Orientation
• Project panel and data layout
• Visualisation - multi-viewer, map views,
3D views, correlation views
• Creating cross sections
• Printing & plotting
• Setting up workflows
• Project units
Structural Modelling
• Data loading horizons, wells, well picks
and isochores
• QC & cross check of horizon & well data
• Fault surface creation and truncation
• Fault QC tools
• Creating the horizon model
• Data filtering and updating the
horizon model
• Adjusting the structural model to zone logs
• 3D grid - creating, visualising and QC
Facies Modelling
• Blocked wells - creation & visualisation
• QC of blocked wells using statistics, well
log editor and data analysis
• Object based facies modelling
• Pixel based facies modelling
• Combining facies techniques
Petrophysical Property Modelling
• Interpolation of well data - basic and
conditioned to facies
• Stochastic petrophysical property
modelling - basic distribution
• Water saturation - using trends and
variable contacts
• Volumetrics
• Model updating
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MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Roxar Software
Roxar Software
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Advanced Property Modelling
in RMS
Model Driven Interpretation
in RMS
KBA-01120-P5Y0P0
KBA-01213-Y3W9G6
Overview
Overview
Building on the facies & petrophysical
property modelling material covered in
the basic geological modelling course, this
advanced module focuses on detailed 3D
modelling in a variety of sedimentary
environments, to give the necessary skills
with which to tackle any environment with
a best practice approach.
Duration
3 days
Intended for
Reservoir geologists who have completed an
introductory course or have RMS experience
Facies Modelling, advanced (fluvial, shoreface & delta and turbidite environments will
be modelled.)
• Using proportions and variograms to
influence lateral distribution
• Creating and editing a bodylog
• Generating a facies log from well data
• Correlating channels in 3D space
• Modelling crevasses
• Using vertical proportion curves
• Using seismic data to distribute facies
• Creating average facies maps
• Working with progradational/
retrogradational systems Progradational direction, stacking angles,
facies interfingering & curved boundaries
• Using ‘backbone’ objects to influence
facies body shapes and direction in
a turbidite environment
• Using sedseis
Petrophysical Property Modelling
• Interpolation of well data - basic and
conditioned to facies
• Stochastic petrophysical property
modelling - basic distribution
• Water saturation - using trends and
variable contacts
• Volumetrics
• Model updating
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A new module in RMS 2013, Model Driven
Interpretation provides a fresh, unique
approach to interpretation of any geophysical
surveys and data, including 2D & 3D seismic,
attributes & inversion models. Centred on
the concept of the Agile Model, interpreted
surfaces are generated using RMS’s proprietary structural modelling algorithms, which
imparts geological consistency from the
outset, and enables complex structures to be
created very easily. The integrated workflow
flows from data right through to structural
modelling.
Interpreters and modellers can also capture
the geophysical uncertainty during the interpretation process, and this uncertainty can be
carried through the full structural modelling
workflow to explore different configurations
matching the interpretation, as well as uncertainty maps to help determine areas that
might need further work.
Duration
2days
Intended for
Geophysicists, geologists & RMS modellers
Content
Students are guided through a full interpretation workflow, from data import to the
structural model, and also learn about inherent data uncertainties and how to evaluate
uncertainty in the interpretation context.
• Import & visualise SEGY data
• Interpretation concepts and
techniques - create a new interpretation
• Measuring uncertainty during
interpretation
• Geo-entities : connecting the interpretation
to reservoir geology
• Velocity modeling and depth conversion
• Build a structural model from the
interpretation
• Refining an existing interpretation
• Well ties
• Fault uncertainty (quick overview)
Reservoir Simulation using Tempest
MORE and Tempest PVTx
KBA-01230-Q8S8Q8
Overview
The course is designed for reservoir engineers
looking to create and run EOS compositional
simulation models using Tempest. A thorough
overview of this highly visual, easy to use &
comprehensive suite is given, with practical
examples used throughout on both black oil
and compositional simulation technology.
Duration
5 days
Intended for
Reservoir Engineers
Content
Participants with a reservoir engineering
background are guided through the
workflow required to create EOS compositional simulation models in Tempest MORE,
perform compositional simulation runs and
analyze results. After an initial overview of
Tempest functionalities, a step by step approach is used to prepare EOS compositional
simulation datasets, perform runs and view
the simulation results. Through interactive
EOS modeling the participants will learn how
to use Tempest-PVTx to build the fluid data
needed for EOS compositional simulation.
The created fluid data files will be imported
to Tempest-MORE for simulation. Exercises
for both Tempest-PVTx and compositional
simulation with Tempest-MORE are provided
and on completing the course, engineers
will be confident in generating and running
compositional simulation models on their
own data.
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Roxar Software
Reservoir Simulation using
Tempest
EOS simulation
• Highlight similarities and differences
between Black Oil and EOS Compositional
simulation in Tempest
• Set up EOS simulation cases using the
Tempest MORE Simulation Wizard
• Tempest Data Explorer for pre-processing
• Run a simulation and perform postprocessing on results
• Generate/review/run various EOS
simulation cases
PVTx
• Use Tempest PVTx to interactively create
reservoir fluid models
• Hydrocarbon composition and fluid
properties
• Perform fluid characterisation and phase
behaviour
• Laboratory techniques and model PVT
experiments used in petroleum
engineering and process applications
• Equation of State (EoS)
• Flash calculations
• Regression
• Export reservoir fluid models from Tempest
PVTx into simulators
KBA-01131-D4N0P6
Overview
The course is designed for reservoir engineers
looking to create and run simulation models
using Tempest. A thorough overview of this
highly visual, easy to use & comprehensive
software is given, with practical examples
used throughout
Duration
3days
Intended for
Reservoir engineers
Black oil simulation
• Introduction to the Tempest suite and an
overview of Tempest VIEW pre & post
processing
• Visualising and editing the input model
• Setting up a simulation using the
simulation wizard
• Viewing simulation output
• DAT file & grid coarsening
• FLUId file. Set up of simulation models:
black oil, dry gas, wet gas & retrograde
gas, compositional, polymer, thermal and
coal bed methane
• RELAtive permeability file
• GRID file
• INT file
• RECUrrent file
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Measurement Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Process Measurement Products III
(Level)
3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter
3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter
Course 2333 Course 2305 Course 2307 CEUs:2.1
CEUs: .7
CEUs: .7
This course is intended for technicians, engineers and other plant personnel who need to
know installation , calibration, maintenance
and troubleshooting of measurement instrumentation.
This course is designed for those individuals
responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3051 Smart
Pressure Transmitter.
This course is designed fro those individuals
responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3051 Fieldbus
Pressure Transsmitter
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course lecture and labs to teach the
student how to install, configure, calibrate,
and maintain the Rosemount Model 3051
Smart Pressure Transmitter.
Overview
This 3-day course explains how level instruments function and how they are installed and
calibrated. It emphasizes installation, proper
setup and calibration / verification of level
instruments.
The course uses lectures and labs to teach the
students. Those who complete this class will
be able to:
• Correctly install Guided Wave Radar
Transmitters
• Correctly install Non-contacting
Radar Transmitters
• Properly calibrate Level instruments
• Perform basic troubleshooting
The Student will also learn the operation of
the Model Field Communicator, Students will:
• Explain the differences between Smart
& Analog Transmitters
• Identify 3051 parts and functionality
• Explain the principles of operation
of the 3051
•Configure, calibrate and test 3051
Smart Pressure Transmitters using the
Field Communicator or AMS
• Properly install/troubleshoot the
3051 Smart Transmitter
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Some experience in instrument calibration,
maintenance , installation and operation
would be helpful.
Topics
• DP Level Fundamentals
• Radar Applications
• Radar Instruments
• Radar PC Software
• Field Communicator
• Test Equipment Selection
• Installation
• Configuration
• Calibration / Verification
• Troubleshooting
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Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation
Topics
• Smart and Analog Transmaitters
• 3051 Overview and Principles of operation
• Test Equipment selection
• Bench Testing the 3051 Smart transmitter
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and teach
the student how to install and maintain the
Rosemount Model 3051 Fieldbus Pressure
Transmitter.
The Student will also learn the operation of
the Field Communicator Students who complete this course will able to :
• Identify 3051 parts and functionality
• Explain the principles of operation
of the 3051
• Design and build a Fieldbus segment
• Configure test, and calibrate the 3051
Field bus Pressure Transmitter using
the field Communicator
• Properly install and troubleshoot the 3051
Fieldbus Transmitter
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation.
Topics
• 3051 Overview and Principles of Operation
• FOUNDATIONtm Fieldbus Overview
• Fieldbus Wiring/Segment Design/
Function Blocks
• Test Equipment Selection
• Bench Testing 3051 Fieldbus Transmitter
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Measurement Instrumentation
Rosemount’s leadership in the design, manufacture, and application of smart field instrumentation is unchallenged for pressure, level,
temperature, and flow measurement instruments to monitor and control process.
3051S Smart Pressure Transmitter
3144P Temperature Transmitters
Course 2308 CEUs: .7
Course 2321 CEUs: .7
This course is designed for those individuals
responsible for the installation, configuration,
calibration, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3051S Smart
Pressure Transmitter
This course is designed for those individuals
responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3144P Smart
Temperature Transmitters.
Overview
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and teach
the student how to install, configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, and maintain the Rosemount Model 3051S Smart Pressure Transmitter. The student will also learn the operation if
the Model Field Communicator. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
• Identify 30501S parts and functionality
explain the principle of operation of
the 3051S
• Configure and test the 3051S Smart
Pressure Transmitters using the Field
Communicator or AMS
• Properly install, configure and test the
3051S Smart Transmitter
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation
Topics
• 3051S Overview/Principles of Operation
• 3051S Installation & Options
• Test Equipment Selection
• Configure & Test the 3051S Advance
Features:
- Alarm & Saturation Levels,
Alarm Direction, Write
Protection,
- Process Alerts, Scaled Variable
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to
teach the students how to install, configure,
calibrate and maintain the Rosemount Model
3144P Smart Temperature Transmitters. The
Student will also learn the operation of the
field Communicator. Students who complete
this course will:
• Indentify 3144P parts and explain their
functionality
• Explain the principles of operation of
the 3144P
• Configure, calibrate and test 3144P
Smart Temperature Transmitter using
the Field Communicator or AMS
• Properly install and troubleshoot the
3144P Smart Transmitter
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic temperature fundamentals and temperature instrumentation
Topics
• 3144P Overview and Principles of
Operation
• Test Equipment Selection Sensor
Selection and Wiring
• Bench Testing the 3144P Smart
Transmitters
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• 3144PDual Sensor Setup and
Configuration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
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Measurement Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
The vast amounts of information generated by these devices make possible lower automation costs, improved plant performance,
faster troubleshooting, fewer unscheduled lower maintenance costs.
3144P Fieldbus Temperature
Transmitters
5400 Series HART Radar Level
Transmitter
5300 High Performance Guided
Wave Radar HART Level Transmitter
Course 2324 Course 2336H CEUs: .7
Course 2337H This course is designed for those individuals
responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance of the
Rosemount Model 5400 HART Radar Level
Transmitter
This course is designed for those individuals
responsible for the installation, configuration,
calibration and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 5300 High Performance Guided
Wave Radar (GWR) Series HART Radar Level
Transmitter,
CEUs: .7
This course is designed for those individuals
responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3144P
Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters.
The student will also learn the operation of the
Field Communicator. Students who complete
this course will be able to:
• Identify 3144P parts and explain their
functionality
• Explain principles of operation of the
3144P
• Design and build a Fieldbus segment
• Configure , calibrate, and test 3144P
Fieldbus Temperature transmitter
using Field Communicator
• Properly install and troubleshoot the
3144P Fieldbus Transmitters
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation
Topics
• 3144P Overview and Principles of
Operation
• FOUNDATIONTM FieldBus Overview
• Fieldbus Wiring
• Fieldbus Segment Design
• Fieldbus Function Blocks
• Test Equipment Selection
• Sensor Selection and Wiring
• Bench Testing 3144P Feidbus
Transmitters
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Overview
This 2-day course uses lecture and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and teach
the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot and maintain the Rosemount Model
5400 Radar Transmitters. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
• Explain the principle of operation
of the 5400 Radar
• Identify 5400 Radar parts and explain
their functionality
• Properly install and wire the 5400
Radar
• Configure and test the 5400 Radar to
work in different applications
• Properly troubleshoot the 5400 Radar
Transmitter and the installation using
Radar Master Software
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals and
instrumentation
Topics
• 5400 Overview and Principles
Operation
• Installation of the 5400 Radar
• Wiring 5400 Radar
• Configuration of 5400 Radar
• Bench testing the 5400 Radar
• Field Communicator Operation
• AMS Devise Manager Operation
• Radar Master Software Operation
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Tank & Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling Using Radar Master
Software
NOTE: 5400 HART Radar Level transmitter is
also included in the 3 day Level course # 2333
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CEUs: .7
Overview
This 2-day course uses lecture and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and teach
the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot, and maintain the Rosemount Model
5300 High Performance GRW Transmitter.
Students who complete this course will be
able to :
• Explain the principles of operation of
the 5300 GRW
• Indentify 5300GRW parts and explain
their functionality
• Understand the available probe option
and when each should be used
• Properly install and wire the 5300GRW
• Understand how to setup the 5300
GRW in work in application
• Properly troubleshoot the 5300 GRW
Transmitter and installation using
Radar Master Software
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals and
instrumentation
Topics
• 5300 Overview and Principles of Operation
• Installation of the 5300 GRW
• Wiring the 5300 GRW
• Field Communicator Operation
• AMS Software Operation
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Tank & Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling Using Radar Master
Software
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Measurement Instrumentation
Rosemount sponsors more than two-dozen courses covering product installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance.
5400 Guided Wave Radar Level
Transmitter
Course
This course is designed for those individuals
responsible for the installation, configuration ,
calibration, and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 3300 Series Guided Wave Rader
GRW Level & interface Transmitters.
Overview
This 2-day course uses lectures and handson exercise help the student how to install,
configure, calibrate troubleshoot maintain
the Rosemount Model 5400 GWR Level and
Interface Transmitters. Student who completes this course will be able to:
• Explain the principles of operation
of the 5400 GWR
• Identify 5400 parts and explain their
functionality
• Understand the Available Probe
option and when each should be used
• Properly install the 5400 GWR
• Configure and test the 5400 GWR
• Properly troubleshoot the 5400 GWR
Transmitter using RCT Software
• Understand the Eco curve and deliver
the Deilectric Calculation
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic Level and Interface fundamentals and Instrumentation.
Topics
• 5400 Overview and Principles of Operation
• Installation of 5400 Radar
• Wiring of 5400 Radar
• Basic Configuration of 5400 Radar
• Field communicator Operation
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Tank and Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling Using Radar Master
Software
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Measurement Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Process Measurement Products I
(Pressure and Temperature)
Process Measurement Product DP
Flow Training Course
Fieldbus Measurement
Instruments Training Course
Course 2326H
Course 2327H Course 2370
CEUs: .7
This course is designed for technicians, engineers and plant personnel who need to know
installation, calibration, maintenance, and
troubleshooting of measurement instrumentation.
Overview
The course explains how pressure and temperature instruments function and how they
are installed and calibrated. It emphasizes
installation, proper setup and calibration of
Analog and Smart Pressure and Transmitters.
The course uses lectures and labs to teach the
students. Those who complete this course will
be able to:
• Correctly perform installation
and setup procedures
• Properly Configure Pressure and
Temperature Transmitters.
• Properly Calibrate Pressure and
Temperature Transmitters.
• Perform basic troubleshooting
Course Duration
This course is designed for technicians,
engineers and plant personnel who need to
know installation, calibration, maintenance,
and troubleshooting of DP Flow measurement
instrumentation.
Overview
The course explains how DP Flow functions and
how they are installed and calibrated. It emphasizes installation, proper setup and calibration
of DP Flow Instruments. The course uses lectures and labs to teach the students. Those who
complete this course will be able to:
• Correctly install, configure and
calibrate the DP Flow instruments.
• Perform DP Flow troubleshooting
Prerequisites:
Some experience in instrument calibration,
maintenance, installation and operation
would be helpful.
Course Duration
Four Days
Two Days
Prerequisites:
Topics:
Some experience in instrument
calibration, maintenance, installation and
operation would be helpful.
Topics:
• Basic 4-20 mA Loop Setup
• Pressure sensors
• Temperature Sensors
• Analogue Transmitters
• Smart Transmitters
• AMS Device Manager
• Hart and Field Communicator
• Test Equipment Selection
• Installation and Configuration
• Calibration / Verification
• Troubleshooting
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CEUs: .7
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers responsible, calibrating, and
troubleshooting FOUNDATION Fieldbus
measurement instruments.
Overview
The course covers the integration of
Foundation Fieldbus compliant measurement
devices using the communicator, FF Modem
and AMD device manager and other hosts.
Those who complete this course will be able to:
• Install, Configure, and Calibrate &
Troubleshooting Rosemount Fieldbus
Devices, including pressure
Transmitter, Temperature Transmitter,
and Radar level transmitters.
Prerequisites
Some experience in instrument calibration,
maintenance, installation and operation
would be helpful.
Course Duration
Three Days
Topics:
• Basic DP Flow Fundamentals
• DP Flow sizing Calculations
• Multivariable Flow Transmitters
• AMS Device Manager with
Engineering Snap-on Assistant
• Field Communicator
• Test Equipment Selection
• Installation and Configuration
• Calibration / Verification
• Troubleshooting
• Foundation Fieldbus Overview
• Fieldbus Wiring / Segment deign
function Blocks
• Field Communicator Operation
• AMD Device Manager Operation
• Theory of operation, Installation,
Configuration, and Troubleshooting
of the following:
• 3051 C & 3051S Pressure Transmitters
• 3144 & 644 Temperature Transmitters
• GWR level Transmitters
848 Fieldbus Temperature
Transmitter
3095MV Multi-Variable
Transmitters
3300 Guided Wave Radar Level
Transmitter
Course 2328
Course 2343
Course 2332 CEUS: .7
This 1-day course use lecture and labs to
maximize the hands-on experience and teach
the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot, and maintain the Rosemount Model
848T Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters.
Overview
The Student will also learn the operation of
the Field Communication. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
• Explain the principles of operation of
the 848T
• Configure, calibrate, and test the 848T
Fieldbus temperature transmitter
using the Field Communicator
• Design and build a fieldbus segment
• Properly install and troubleshoot the
848T Fieldbus Transmitter
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic temperature fundamentals and temperature instrumentation
Topics:
• 848T Overview and Principles
of Operation
• FOUNDATIONtm Fieldbus Overview
• Fieldbus wiring
• Fieldbus Segment Design
• Fieldbus Function Blocks ( including
the MAI, and ISEL Blocks)
• Test Equipment Selection
• Sensor Selection and Wiring
• Bench Testing the 848T Fieldbus
Transmitters
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
CEU:. 7
This course is designed for those individuals
responsible for the installation and maintenance of the Rosemount 3095 MV Transmitter
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to
teach the student how to install, configure,
calibrate and maintain the Rosemount Model
3095MV Smart Transmitters. The Student will
also learn the operation of the Field Communicator. Students who complete this course
will :
• Indentify transmitter parts and explain
their functionality
• Explain the principles of operation
of the transmitter
• Configure and test using the Field
Communicator and the 3095MW
Engineering Assistant Snap-on Software
• Configure the compensated flow
parameters using AMS Device
manager with the 3095MV
Engineering Assistant Snap-On software
• Properly install/troubleshoot
transmitters
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic pressure and temperature
fundamentals/instrumentation
Topics:
• DP Flow Fundamentals
• Overview and Principles of operation
• Test Equipment selection
• Temperature Sensor Wiring
• Bench Testing the Smart Transmitters
• AMS Device manage with the 3095MV
EA Snap-On Software
• Operation of Field communicator
• And AMS
• Device Manager
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and maintenance
• Troubleshooting and maintenance
• Configure/wire/Setup the HART
Tri-Loop
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Measurement Instrumentation
CEUs: .7
This course is for those individuals responsible
for the installation/maintenance of the Rosemount Model 330 Series Guided Wave Radar
( GWR ) Level & interface transmitters
Overview
This 2-days course uses lecture and labs
to maximize the hands-on experience and
teach the student how to install, configure,
calibrate, troubleshoot and maintain the
Rosemount Model 330 GWR Level & Interface
Transmitters. Students who complete this
course will be able to :
• Explain the principle of operation of
the 330 GWR
• Identity 330 parts and explain their
functionality
• Understand the available probe option
and when each should be used
• Properly install the 330 GWR
• Configure and test the 330 GWR
• Properly troubleshoot the 3300 GWR
transmitter using RCT software
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic level and interface fundamentals and instrumentation.
Topics:
• 330 Overview/principles of Operation
• Installation of the 330GWr
• Configuration of the 3300GWR
• Bench Testing the 330 GWR
• Field communicator Operation
• Calibration, Verification and
adjustments
• Troubleshooting and maintenance
• Troubleshooting and Reading Tank
Graphs using RCT Software
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Measurement Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Wireless self Organizing Network
Course 2375 CEUs: 1.4
This course is intended for technicians, engineers and other plant personnel who need to
know how to design, install, setup, configure,
maintain and troubleshoot Wireless Self Organizing Networks And their Components.
Overview
This 2-day course explains how Self Organizing
Wireless Networks function and how they are
installed, setup, configured and integrated.
It emphasizes planning, proper installation
and startup, configuration, maintenance, and
integration.
The course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and teach
the students. Students who complete this
course will:
• Correctly install and setup the 1420
Wireless Gateway
• Properly install and configure
Wireless Transmitters
• Properly integrate Host interfaces
to the Wireless Gateway Prerequisites
Some experience in Networks and
Host integration would be helpful.
Prerequisites
Some experience in network and Host
integration would be helpful
Topics:
• How Self organizing networks function
• Self Organizing networks best practices
• Network components
• 1420 installation and setup
• Network parameters
• Wireless transmitters installation
configuration, maintenance and calibration
• THUM installation wiring and configuring
• Using AMS Device manager with the
1420 wireless gateway
• Configuring wireless devices with
AMS device manager
• Modbus serial integration
• Modbus TCP integration
• OPC integration
• 420 Adance features
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Analytical Instrumentation
Wireless instrumentation Model
6081P and 6081C
Four-Wire Instrumentation Models Costumer Specific Measurement
56, 1055, 1056, or 1057
Theory
Course 2203/2203V CEUs: .2
Course 2204/2204V CEUs: .2
Course 2205/2205V CEUs: .7
Overview
Overview
Overview
This class is free when performed in conjunction with either courses 2200 “General pH,
Conductivity, and ORP theory” , course 2201
“Amperometric Measurement theory:
Chlorine, Dissolved Oxygen, & Ozone”, or
course 2205 “Costumer Specific Measurement
theory”
Topic:
This 2-hour class covers features, benefits and
operation of Rosemount Analytical’s Model
6081 wireless device. The Model 6081P measures pH and ORP and SMART sensor enable.
The Model 6081C measures Contacting
Conductivity with sensors that have either
2-wire or 4-wire inputs. Each device communicates back to a 1420 Gateway via Wireless
HART communication.
This class is free when performed in conjunction with course 2200 “General pH, Conductivity, and ORP theory”.
Topics:
• Connecting the Model 6081 to a Wire
less Mesh Network
• Configuring Update Rates
• Mesh Network Theory
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
This 2-Hour class covers features, benefits and
operation of any Rosemount Analytical’s Model
54e, 1055, 1056, 1057. Each analyzer family can
measure pH, ORP, Contacting Conductivity,
Toroidal Conductivity, Chlorine, Dissovled
Oxygen, and Ozone. The Model 1056 can also
measure Turbidity in drinking water, flow from
a pulse sensor and display any 4 to 20mA signal
input. Each instrument has its own available
features, and menu tree which will be covered
in great detail.
Topics:
• Installation and Application Problems
• Configuration of Outputs/Alarms
(If Applicable )
• Programming of Automated Cleaning
Systems ( DO, pH )
• Use Diagnostics Feature
( If Applicable )
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Rosemount Analytical offers the most complete range of analyzers, transmitters, and sensors for continuous on-line measurement
of pH, ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, ozone, chlorine, and turbidity. These products are used in the chemical, food and beverage,
power, mineral, petroleum, pharmaceutical, water andwaste-water industries, and others. Our course is
taught by an experienced instructor.
For costumer who wants to customize their
training to the measurements they use,
choose this course. A certified training will
cover up to 4 subjects in one day. The 4
subjects may be measurement or product
related. The list of measurements that can be
bundle into a tailored made training course
are pH, ORP, Contacting Conducting, Torodial
Conductivity, Ozone. Each measurement
has its own duration that can be modified to
fit the costumer’s time free and needs. Select
an analyzer (course 2204) or transmitter
(course 2204) to accompany the measurement theories for a well rounded class.
• Installation and Application Problems
• Configuration of Outputs / Alarms
(If applicable)
• Use Diagnostic Features
(If applicable)
• Sensor Calibration & Maintenance
• Troubleshooting
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Analytical Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
General pH, Conductivity,
And ORP Theory
Amperometric Measurement
Theory: Chlorine, Dissolved
Oxygen & Ozone
Rosemount Analytical Two-Wire
Instrumentation Models Xmt and
5081 Transmitters
Course 2200 Course 2201 Course 2202/2202V
CEUs: .7
Overview
This 1-day course provides a solid theoretical
background in pH, conductivity, and ORP
measurements. Students will:
• Understand how much measurement
is made
• Recognize installation/application
problems
• Learn configuration/calibrate
procedures
• How to implement a maintenance
program
• Troubleshooting problems using
diagnostics
Topics:
• What is pH/Conductivity/ORP
• How pH/Conductivity /
ORP Measurements are Made
• Physical Process Properties and How
The Effect On-Line Measurements
• Proper Calibration Techniques
• Cleaning and Maintenance of a Sensor
• How to Decipher Diagnostics
Readouts
• pH/Conductivity Sensor Overview
• pH/Conductivity/ORP Analyzer Overview
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CEUs:.7
Overview
This 1-day course provides insight into the
complicated amperemetric measurements of
Chlorine, Dissolved Oxygen and Ozone. Students will learn the concepts of how amperemetric sensor work and how to calibrate each
type of measurement, Student will:
• Differentiate the various species of
chlorine
• Implement a proper maintenance
program
• Use diagnostics to troubleshoot
problems
Topics:
• Amperometric Measurement Theory
• Chlorine/Dissolved Oxygen/Ozone
• Calibration Produces for Each Meas.
• Maintenance & Troubleshooting Tips
CEUs: .2
Overview
This 2-hour class cover features, benefits and
operation if any Rosemount Analytical’s Model
5081 or Model Xmt two wire transmitters.
Each Transmitters family can measure ph, ORP,
Contacting, Dissolved Oxygen, and Ozone.
Both Transmitters have advanced diagnostics
capabilities and can communicate via HART or
Foundation Fieldbus communication protocols
This class is free when performed in conjunction with either course 2200 “General pH,
Conductivity, ORP theory” , Course 2201
“Amperometric Measurement Theory “ .
Topics:
• Installation and Application Problems
• Configuration of Outputs (HART only)
• Use Diagnostic Features (if Applicable)
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
Rosemount Analytical Four-Wire
Instrumentation Models 54e,
1055, 1056, or 1057
Customer Specific
Measurement
Theory
Course 2204/2204V
Course 2205/2205V
CEUs: .2
Overview
This 2-hour class covers features, benefits, and
operation of any Rosemount Analytical Model
54e, 1055, 1056, or 1057. Each analyzer
family can measure rH, ORP, contacting
conductivity, toroida conductivity, chlorine,
dissolved oxygen, and ozone. The Model 1056
can also measure turbidity in drinking water
and flow from a pulse sensor, and display any
4-20mA signal input. Each instrument has its
own available features, and menu tree which
will be covered in great detail.
Topics:
• Installation and Application Problems
• Configuration of Outputs/Alarms
(If Applicable)
• Programming of Automated Cleaning
Systems (DO, pH)
• Use Diagnostic Features (If Applicable)
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
Available on Request or at Customer Site
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Analytical Instrumentation
Basic Course for
Flame & Gas
Detectors
CEUs: .7
Overview
This 7 -hour class is fully customized to cover
the specific measurements that the customer
requests. A certified trainer will cover up to
4 subjects in one day. The 4 subjects may be
measurement or product related. The list
of measurements that can be bundled into
a tailored made training course are pH, ORP.
contacting conductivity, toroidal conductivity, turbidity, chlorine, dissolved oxygen, and
ozone. Each measurement theory has its own
duration which can be modified to fit the customers’ time frame needs. Select an analyzer
(course 2204) or transmitter (course 2202) to
accompany the measurement theories
for a well-rounded class.
Topics:
• Installation and Application Problems
• Configuration of Outputs/Alarms
(If applicable)
• Use Diagnostic Features (If Applicable)
• Sensor Calibration & Maintenance
• Troubleshooting
Available on Request or at Customer Site
Course FG 2100
Overview
This is a two days basic course about Flame and Gas
Detectors.
Topics:
Flame Detection:
• Introduction to Flame detection principals
• Types of flame detection and its applications
- Ultra Violet (UV), Infra Red (IR), and UV/IR
- Installing – Where to locate and aim the
detector
- Causes of alse alarms from Flame Detection
and ideas to minimize the alarms
- Preventive Maintenance
Gas Detection - Flammable and Toxic Gas:
• Introduction to Gas detection principals
• Gas Detector Transmitters - Millennium
Transmitters – M2B and 21
• Types of Gas detectors available in the market
and its Operating principals: Cat Bead, Electro
chemical, and Metal Ozide Semiconductor
• Installing – Where to site and locate the gas
detectors
• Causes of false alarms and how to minimize it
• Preventive Maintenance
Smoke/Oil Mist Detector (EExd model):
• Introduction to Airborne Particle Monitor (APM)
• Applications using APM
• Installing the APM – Where to site and locate the
detector
• Causes of false alarms and how to minimize it
• Preventive Maintenance
Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector:
• Introduction to Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector
(UGLD)
• Applications using UGLD
• Site Mapping of Background Noise
• Installing the UGLD – Where to site and locate
the detector
• Causes of false alarms and how to minimize it
• Preventive Maintenance
Notes
• Course duration is 2 days
• Minimum 5 students per class
• Maximum 10 students per class
• Additional students will be charged extra
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Analytical Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
With a wide selection of sensors, analyzers, gas chromatographs, and other measurement and analysis technologies, Rosemount
Analytical helps customers streamline process performance with innovative improvements that increase throughput, minimize energy
usage, maximize asset life, and take advantage of continuous online diagnostics for amazing results.
Introduction to Model 500 and
700 Gas Chromatographs
Operation and Maintenance of
Model 500 Gas Chromatographs
Operation and Maintenance of
Model 700 Gas Chromatographs
Course : R4100
Course : R4210
Course : R4212
Overview
Overview
Overview
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Topics:
Topics:
This 3-day course provides students
with a basic understanding of how a gas
chromatograph works, emphasizing
chromatograph fundamentals and basic
theory.
Topics:
• Reviewing Basic Chromatography Principles
• Understanding Chemistry, Flow
Configuration, and Gas Systems
• Understanding Basic Sample Systems
• Working with Chromatograph Hardware
• Setting Timed Events, Retention Times,
and Response Factors
• Understanding Data Calculations
• Identifying Problems Using Chromatograms
Oxygen Flue Gas Analyzer
Maintenance, Including
Oxymitter and World Class 3000
Course 2153
Overview
This one-day course the service requirements
for oxygen analysis in general and the installation, operation, calibration, and maintenance
of the World Class and Oxymitter.
Topics:
PI ProcessBook
• Combustion Requirements
• Methods of Oxygen Analysis
• Combustion Efficiency
• Zirconia (ZrO2) Oxygen Analysis
• Theory of Operation
• Oxygen Analyzer
-
Installation
-
Hardware
-
Maintenance
-
Troubleshooting
-
HART Communication
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This 4-day course is appropriate for those who
have either worked with a chromatograph
for atleast six months or completed the
‘Introductin to Gas Chromatographs’ course.
lt prepares participants to operate and repair
a Model 500 gas chromatograph.
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’
course or equivalent knowledge
• Understanding Gas Chromatography and a
Gas Chromatograph
• Using the Basic Chromatograph System in
Process Gas Analysis
• Understanding Carrier and Calibration Gas
Systems
• Installing and Operating MON Software
• Applying Chromatograph Integration
Techniques and Post-Analysis Calculations
• Using the Chromatograph to ldentify
Problems
• Setting Timed Events, Retention Times,
and Response Factors
• Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph
• Understanding Sample Handling Systems
• Verifying Proper Operation -Gas
Chromatograph
• Troubleshooting the 2350A Controller
• Configuring the 2350A Controller User
Directory Outputs
• Conducting Preventative Maintenenace
• Communicating to Other Devices
• Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
This 4-day course is appropriate for those who
have either worked with a chromatograph
for at least six months or completed the
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course.
It prepares participants to operate and repair
a Model 700 gas chromatograph.
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’
course or equivalent knowledge
• Understanding Gas Chromatography and
a Gas Chromatograph
• Using the Basic Chromatograph System in
Process Gas Analysis
• Understanding Carrier and Calibration
Gas Systems
• Installing and Operating MON Software
• Applying Chromatograph Integration
Techniques and Post-Analysis Calculations
• Using the Chromatograph to Identify
Problems
• Setting Timed Events, Retention Times,
and Response Factors
• Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph
• Understanding Sample Handling Systems
• Verifying Proper Operation of the Gas
Chromatograph
• Conducting Preventative Maintenenace
• Communicating to Other Devices
• Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Analytical Instrumentation
Operation and Maintenance of
700XA Gas Chromatographs
Course : R4213
Overview
Course is appropriate for those who have
either worked with a chromatograph for
at least six months or completed the
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’ course.
It prepares participants to operate and repair
a 700XA gas chromatograph.
Prerequisites
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’
course or equivalent knowledge
Topics:
• Understanding Gas Chromatography and a
Gas Chromatograph
• Using the Basic Chromatograph System in
Process Gas Analysis
• Understanding Carrier and Calibration Gas
Systems
• Installing and Operating MON Software
• Applying Chromatograph Integration
Techniques and Post-Analysis Calculations
• Using the Chromatograph to ldentify
Problems
• Setting Timed Events, Retention Times,
and Response Factors
• Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph
• Understanding Sample Handling Systems
• Verifying Proper Operation -Gas
Chromatograph
• Troubleshooting the 2350A Controller
• Configuring the 2350A Controller User
Directory Outputs
• Conducting Preventative Maintenenace
• Communicating to Other Devices
• Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
• Conducting Preventative Maintenenace
• Communicating to Other Devices
• Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
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Tank Gauging
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Tank Gauging Technical Product
Training
Tank Master Training
Course RTG 101
Course RTG 102
This 5-day course covers the products range
supplied by Rosemount tank Gauging. This
course is suitable for project and maintenance
engineers, and persons that are responsible or
maintaining the tank gauging system at site..
Tank Master is a 3-Day course covering the
Maintenance and inventory management
software that communicates to the tank
Gauging sytstem. Tank Master is certified
by OIML for inventory calculation as per API
standards. This course helps the user to fully
understand the Tank Master software and all
its functionalities. It is suitable for individuals
that are responsible for administrating and
maintaining the tank Master software.
Overview
This provides good coverage for Tank Gauging
products supplied by Rosemount. It gives a
general understanding on how to install,
startup, commission and maintain a tank
gauging system. It also helps the trainee to
understands how he can optimize and
maximise the benefits of using Rosemount
Tank Gauging systems.
Training courses are based on classroom
instructions backed up with laboratory work
to deliver the trainees with a well balanced
knowledge in an integrated manner.
Prerequisites
• Instrumentation background and basic
understanding of level measurement
techniques in tanks
• Radar Technology Basics
• Installation of 3900 series/
5900 Series
• REX/ Raptor hardware and software
• FCU/ FBM functionality
• MTT/ GFD functionality (Raptor)
• Tanks Master WINOpi & Winsetup
• Redundancy
• Lab works (installation,
configuration, operation and trouble
shooting)
Note: Customer to specify whether they want
REX Tank gauging training
or RAPTOR tank Gauging training
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Overview
The course goal is to provide comprehensive
knowledge about tank Master Software and
its capabilities. It starts by demonstrating the
different tools in Tank master and how the can
be utilized, and then it continues to demonstrate that advanced capabilities of Tank
Masterwhen it comes to connecting to devices
andhost systems. The course also demonstratestroubleshooting and problem solving
techniques in Tank Master.
Training courses are based on classroom
instructions backed up with laboratory work
to deliver the trainees with a well balanced
knowledge in an integrated manner.
Prerequisites
Product training, or fair knowledge in Tank
Gauging systems supplied by Rosemount.
Topics
• Inventory Calculation
• WinOpi tools
• Host Communication
• Driver and Communication
• Custom Views
• Redundancy
• Tankmaster.net
• Hybrid/ HTG
• Trouble Shooting
Onsite/Offsite Customized Tank
Gauging Training
Rosemount Tank Gauging Middle East can
provide a variety of onsite and offsite courses
according to meet customer needs.
Overview
Customized courses are normally designed to
fit the products available at customer site. The
instructor takes a backup from the existing
setup at site and designs the training material
around it. The material to be covered in the
training is customized according to customer
requirement and the background of the
trainees. Possible trainings are:
1 – ITG maintenance course
2 - ITG operation course
3 – Wireless Course
4 – Tank Master Course
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge about level
measurement in tanks.
Control Valve and
Surge Relief System
Operation and Maintenance
Daniel Liquid
Turbine Meters
Introduction to Daniel
Senior Orifice Fittings
Course D4110
Course D4290
Course D4420
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2-day course provides students with
a detailed understanding of the Surge in the
pipelines and the Control Valves, and its
behaviour under different operating conditions. The course will discuss the operating
principle of the different types of control
valves, It will also discuss the hydraulics of the
process conditions and the effects. It will also
cover the maintenance of the control valve.
It will cover the Surge relief skid overview. Its
installation, commissioning and maintenance.
Prerequisites
A background in flow measurement is
required.
Topics
• Introduction to basic hydraulics
• Why valves are necessary
• What are Daniel valves
• Operating principles of the valves
• Series 500, 600 and 700 valves
• Good installation Practices
• Maintenance of control valves
• What is a surge relief skid?
• Commissioning and maintenance
of the skid
This 1-day course provides students with
in-depth understanding into Turbine meter
operating principles. Meter operation and
maintenance will be covered. Routine maintenance and meter re-calibration will also
be covered. Full supporting literature will be
supplied.
Prerequisites
A background in flow measurement is
required.
Topics
• Introduction to the Turbine meters
• Types of meter
• Selection of meters
• Design of Turbine meter
• Theory of Operation
• Maintenance of the Turbine meter
• Daniel Series 1500 meters
• Daniel Series 1200 meters
• K-factor determination
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Flow & Density Measurement
This 1-day course provides students with an
indepth understanding into the operating
principles, installation and use of the Orifice
fittings. Routine maintenance will also be
covered. Full supporting literature will be
supplied.
Prerequisites
A background in flow measurement is
required.
Topics
• Introduction of Differential pressure
measurement
• Types of Orifice fittings
• Senior Orifice fittings
• Theory of Operation
• Design Considerations
• Construction of the SOF
• Maintenance of the SOF
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MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Hydrocarbon Gas Flow
Measurement Systems Operation
and Maintenance
Hydrocarbon Liquid Flow
Measurement Systems Operation
and Maintenance
Course D4510
Course D4520
Overview
Overview
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Topics
Topics
This 2-day course provides students with
a detailed understanding of the principles
of measurement for Hydrocarbon Gases.
Consideration of the correct Primary
measuring device, its installation, operation,
and secondary instrumentation requirements
will be explained. The instructor will reference
applicable standards, used to design the
system to optimise performance. This includes system calibrations and device maintenance. Full supporting literature will be made
available to students.
A basic knowledge of flow measurement is
required.
• Background to Gas Flow measurement
• Commercial and Legal Requirements
• Principles of Current Gas Flow
Measurement Techniques
• Secondary Instrumentation, including
Gas Quality Analysers
• System Design Standards Used
• Meter Operation, calibration and
Master Metering Operations
• Maintenance Procedures
• Reporting and Book Keeping
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This 2-day course provides students with
a detailed understanding of the principles
of measurement for Hydrocarbon Liquids.
Consideration of the correct Primary
measuring device, its installation, operation,
and secondary instrumentation requirements
will be explained. The instructor will reference
applicable standards, used for design, and to
optimize system performance. This includes
system calibrations, meter-proving practices,
and maintenance. Full supporting literature
will be made available to students.
A basic knowledge of flow measurement is
required.
• Background to Liquid Flow Measurement
• Commercial and Legal Requirements
• Principles of Current Liquid Flow
Measurement Techniques
• Secondary instrumentation,
including Liquid Samplers
• Meter Operation, Calibration and
Meter Proving Operations
• Maintenance Procedures
• Reporting and Book Keeping
Daniel is a division of Emerson Process Management. The name synonymous with high quality, reliable, flow measurement products and systems
in the oil and gas industry, also provides unparalleled service support and commitment to serving our customers.
Operation and Maintenance of
Gas/Liquid Ultrasonic Meters
Operation and Maintenance of the Operation and Maintenance of the
Daniel Compact Prover™
Daniel Gas Chromatograph
Course: D4230/D4280
Course: D4270
Course: D4100
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2-day course prepares students to install,
operate, and maintain Daniel mutipath
ultrasonic flow meters. In addition to classroom instruction, the training course includes
handson experience using the flow meter,
simulator and diagnostic software.
Topics
• Basics of Sound Waves
• How Ultrasonic Flow Meters Work
and their Advantages over other Meters
• The Performance Characteristics of
Transit Time Ultrasonic Flow meters
• System Components and Mark III
Electronics, including the Central Processing
Unit (CPU) Board and the Option Board
• Meter Mechanics
• Removal and installation of Transducer
Assemblies
• Volumetric and Mass Ultrasonic Gas
Flow Measurement
• Meter Installation Considerations
• Inform the instructor if working on Liquid
Meter
This 2-day course covers the operation,
installation and maintenence of the Daniel
Compact Prover™.
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of flow measurement.
Topics
• Theory of Operation: Double
Chronometry and Specifications
• Overview of the Parts Which Make up the
Compact Prover such as Actuator Assembly,
Pneumatic Spring Chamber, Piston
and Poppet, Optical Switches, Hydraulic
Motor and Pump, and Solenoid Valve
• Installation: Prover and Meter Location,
Nitrogen Spring Plenum Setting, and Power
requirements
• Troubleshooting and Repair of:
safety Barriers, Seal and O-ring
Replacement, Detector Switches, Interface
Board, Hydraulic and Nitrogen System, and
Spare Parts
• Overview of Calibration: Seal Leak
Test, Upstream and Downstream
calibration, and Waterdraw Data Sheet
• Overview of Prover Electronics:
Programming, Input and data Modes
Using Software/Local Display, Circuit
Module Description, and Diagnostics
• Proving Operations: Direct Proving
and Master Meter Proving
• Prover Maintenance
This 3-day course provides students with a
basic understanding of how a gas
chromatograph works, emphasizing
chromatograph fundamentals and basic
theory. The only prerequisites are basic computer skills and DMS provides an experienced
on-site instructor as well as all necessary
equipment and handouts for the course.
Topics
• Basic Chromatography Principles and
Their Application to Gas Measurement
• Basic Chemistry, Flow Configuration
and Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems
• Basic Sample Systems
• Basic Chromatograph Hardware
• Times Events, Retention Times,
Response Factors
• Calculations & control parameter
• Using Chromatograms to Identify Problems
• Identifying Gas Components
• Calibrating a Gas Chromatograph
• Operation of MON Software
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Flow & Density Measurement
Flow & Density Measurement
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Operation and Maintenance of
Daniel S600 Flow Computers
Understanding Metering Systems: DanPac Measurement and Control
System Introduction to Operation
Applications, Operations and
and Maintenance
Maintenance
Course D4260
Course D4530 NEW
Course D4540 NEW
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2-day course provides students with
an appreciation of the operation, design,
capabilitiesand configuration of the S600 flow
computer. This hands-on course deals with file
transfer and machine recovery as part of the
maintenance scope. The instructor will make
use of the latest configuration software. Full
supporting literature will be made available to
all students.
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of flow measurement.
Topics
• Introduction to the S600
• Board Removal and Layout
• Keypad Access and Security
• Menu Navigation
• Data/Mode Changing
• Alarm Handling and Configuration
• Configuring and Generating Reports
• Application Specific Functions
• Cold/Warm Starting Modes
• File Back-Up and Download
• Using the configuration Software
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This 2-day course is an introduction to high
accuracy fluid flow measurement systems.
The instructor will explain the practical
application of gas and liquid flow meters and
secondary instrumentation as well as the
liquid sampling and gas analysis techniques
formeasuring product quality. Good practice
forSystem operation and maintenance will
also be discussed. Supporting literature will be
supplied to students.
Prerequisites
A background in process control or process
instrumentation is required.
Topics
• Background to High Accuracy Fluid
Flow Measurement
• Custody Transfer, Fiscal and Allocation
Metering
• Commercial Agreements and Legal
Requirements
• Flow Measurement Methods
• Qualitative Measurement
• Reference Standards Employed
• Flow and Energy calculations
• System Maintenance
• Good Metering Practices
This 2-day generic course provides
students with an operational introduction to
the Danpac Measurement & Control System.
The instructor will explain the metering
system architecture, its function and
administration. As well as showing how to
navigate the operator interface, the course
covers basic troubleshooting. The instructor
will also explain the features and benefits of
the control options available within DanPac.
Students will receive supporting literature.
*More detailed training for a specific project
application is also available and will be quoted
on request.
Prerequisites
A background in flow measurement is
required.
Topics
• Introduction to the DanPac System
Architecture
• Operator Interface Graphics and Controls
• Access and Security
• Communication and Interface
to System Field Components
• Reporting and Alarm Functions
• Simple Diagnostics and
Troubleshooting
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Flow & Density Measurement
Emerson’s best-in-class Micro Motion and Rosemount flow and density measurement technologies, wide breadth of products, and unmatched
value ensure you will realize outstanding results in your process and operation. Emerson Flow Middle East and Africa offers classes at our factory,
regional locations or at your plant.
Micro Motion Comprehensive
Product Training
Flow Measurement Technologies
Micro Motion Density Viscosity &
Specific Gravity Meter
Technologies
Course : 2352 CEUs: 2.1
Course : 2398
Course : 2399
This class is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion Coriolis flow and density meter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 3-day class consists of a blend of lectures
and hands-on exercises that cover the
installation, configuration, and calibration of
the Micro Motion metering system. Students
will learn the Series 1000/2000 transmitters
using ProLink III, HC475, and the Series 3000
interface devices. Students will perform a
master reset and use ProLink III to configure
the Series 1000/2000, perform a flow
calibration, and solve troubleshooting
problems. On the third day, based on student
need, we will cover one or all of the following
topics: RFT9739 transmitter, T-Series, R-Series
and Series 3000 platform.
This 5-day class covers the basic fluid dynamic
concept, selection/sizing of right flowmeter
for application/s installation, configuration
and calibration basics for most inline flowmeter technologies. Introduction/basics of
calibration/proving for various Flowmeter
Technologies.
Topics
• Introduction to Process
Measurements & Fluid Dynamics
• Introduction to Flow Measurement
• Types of Flow Measurement
• Principle of operation (dP-Flow,
Turbine, PD, Electro-Magnetic,
Vortex, Coriolis & Ultrasonic Flow
measuring devices)
• Methods of Calibration/ ProvingIntroduction
• Flowmeter Selection
• Installation Guidelines
This 3-day class covers the basic concept for
density, viscosity and specific gravity measurement. Insight of Liquid and Gas Density
meters of MMI products Hardware/Software.
Insight of Models of Inline as well as Insertion
type Densito -meter 7812, 7835, 7845, 7847,
7826, 7828. Viscometer 7827 and specific
Gravity Meter 3098. Signal Convertors 7950/
7951.
Topics
• Principle of Operation (Density,
Viscosity, Specific Gravity)
• Installation and Recommendations
for all models
• Signal Convertor Configuration Details
(Adview software)
• Transducer Calibration Details
• Extensive Troubleshooting
• Hands-On Training with demo
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic understanding
of the fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog & frequency signal processing are assumed.
Topics
• Explain the Fundamentals for how a
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter Works
and the Function of the Key Components
• Learn the installation Best Practices
for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring
the Sensor and Transmitter
• Configure the Metering System to
Measure Flow, Density and
Temperature for Various Applications
• Learn a Step by Step Process to
perform Basic Troubleshooting of the
Most Common Meter Process Issues
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Flow & Density Measurement
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Micro Motion Configuration
and Diagnostic Tool - Prolink
8700 Series Smart magnetic
Flowmeter with HC475
8700 Series Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter with AMS Device
Manager
Course : 2396
Course 2340 Course 2340A
Overview
This 1-day class covers the installation, connection and use of Prolink - a complete tool
for exploring Micro Motion Coriolis Flow meters to the fullest. Prolink is a Windows based,
fast response, Coriolis sensor troubleshooting
and service tool.
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount
8700 Series Smart Magnetic flowmeter.
Typical job functions include; maintenence
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount
8700 Series Smart Magnetic flowmeter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
Prerequisites
Overview
Overview
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Course: MMI-COR-01 or have equivalent
knowledge/
experience
Topics
• Introduction to Prolink
• Hands-On- Configuraion and
Alarm handling
• Hands-On - Device Simulation &
off-line configuration management
• Hands-On - Smart Meter Verification
& Reports
• Installation Guidelines
CEUs: 7
This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover how
to install, configure, and maintain the
Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic Flowmeter
Systems composed of the Model 8712 and
8732 Transmitters and the 8705 Flanged and
8711 Wafer Sensors. The students will learn
the operation and capabilities of the Local
Operator Interface and HC475 Field Communicator and how to use these tools to perform
configuration. Common issues encountered
and troubleshooting techniques will also be
covered.
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals and
instrumentation.
Topics
• Magnetic Flowmeter System
• Smart vs Analog Transmitters
• Flow Tube Selection
• Configuring Using LOI, Field
Communicator or AMS Device Manager
• Local Operator Interface Functions
• Positive Zero Return
• Auxiliary Functions and Special Units
• Signal Conditioning
• System Troubleshooting
and Maintenance
• Bench Testing/ Digital Trims
• Process Noise and Grounding
Diagnostics
• Meter Verification Diagnostics
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CEUs: .7
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain the
Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic Flowmeter
Systems composed of the Model 8712 and
8732 Transmitters and the 8705 Flanged and
8711 Wafer Sensors. The students will learn
the operation and capabilities of the Local
Operator interface and AMS Device Manager and how to use these tools to perform
configuration. Common issues encountered
and troubleshooting techniques will also be
covered.
None required. However, basic understanding
of the fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog and frequency signal processing are assumed.
Topics
• Magnetic Flowmeter System
• Smart vs. Analog Transmitters
• Flow Tube Selection
• Configuring Using LOI and
AMS Device Manager
• Local Operator Interface Functions
• Positive Zero Return
• Auxiliary Functions and Special Units
• Signal Conditioning
• System Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Bench Testing/ Digital Trims
• Process Noise and Grounding Diagnostics
• Meter Verifications Diagnostics
Customized Training at a customer’s plant is a convenient, cost-effective means of training four to ten technicians. Also offering special technical
training tools and materials for self-study.
8800 Series Smart Vortex
Flowmeter with HC475
8800 Series Smart Vortex
Flowmeter with AMS Device
Manager
Net Oil Computer
& Applications
Course 2341 Course 2341A NEW CEUs: .7
Course: 2397
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount
8800 Series Smart Vortex flowmeter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount
8800 Series Smart Vortex flowmeter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians ,instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
This 3-day class covers the basic of Net Oil
Computing and Coriolis measurement based
Net Oil Computers. Insights of Series 3000
Net Oil Computer and Digital Oil Computer
DNOC platform and solutions
Overview
Overview
CEUs: .7
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain the
Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex
flowmeter systems. The students will learn
the operation and capabilities of the Local
Operator Interface and HC475 Field Communicator and how to use these tools to perform
configuration. Common issues encountered
and troubleshooting techniques
will also be covered.
Prerequisites
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain the
Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex
flowmeter systems. The students will learn
the operation and capabilities of the Local
Operator &AMS Device Manager and how
to use these tools to perform configuration.
Common issues encountered and troubleshooting techniques will also be covered.
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic understanding
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog and frequency signal
of the fundamentals of flow measurement,
processing are assumed.
electricity, analog and frequency signal
processing are assumed.
Topics
• Explain the Differences and Capabilities
of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeters
• Explain the von Karman Effect and the
Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters.
• Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
• Configure and Test Transmitters using
Field Communicator of AMS Device
manager
• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the
Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
Prerequisites
Course: MMI-COR-01 or have equivalent
knowledge/experience
Topics
• Introduction to Net Oil Computing
applications and solutions
• Coriolis Meter based Net Oil Computing
• Introduction to Series 3000 & DNOC
solutions
• Series 3000 NOC Solutions
• Digital Net -Oil Computer DNOC solutions
• Installation, Configuration and
Commissioning
• Hand-On- Smart Meter Verification &
Reports
• Hands-On Series 3000 NOC
• Hands-On DNOC
Topics
• Explain the Differences and Capabilities
of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeters
• Explain the von Karman Effect and
Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters
• Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
• Configure and Test Transmitters using
Field Communicator of AMS Device
manager
• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the
Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
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Flow & Density Measurement
Flow & Density Measurement
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Micro Motion Sensors and
RFT9739 or 9739MVD Transmitter
Micro Motion ModBus Digital
Communication
Micro Motion 3098 Gas Specific
Gravity
Course 2351 Course : 2381 Course : 2386 CEUs: 7
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
MotionCoriolis flow and density meter. Typical
job functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hand-on exercises that cover the
installation, configuration, calibration checks
and troubleshooting of Micro Motion ELITE,
F-Series and D sensors with the RFT9739 or
9739MVD transmitters and peripherals. This
course includes hands-on exercises. Courses
held at customer specified sites can be customized to address specific transmitters and
configuration tools. Public registration classes
cover a broader range of equipment based on
the needs of the attendees.
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic understanding
of the fundamentals of the behavior/properties of gases and gas density measurement are
helpful. Basic electricity, analog & frequency
signal processing knowledge are also assumed.
Topics
After attending this course the student will
able to do the following:
• Explain the Fundamentals for how a
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter works
and the Function of the Key
Components
• Learn the Installation Best Practices
for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring
the Sensor and Transmitter
• Configure the RFT9739 or 9739MVD
to Measure Flow, Density and
temperature for their Application
• Learn a Step by Step Process to
Perform Basic Troubleshooting of the
Most Common Meter and Process
Issuese
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CEUs: 7
This course is appropriate for personnel who
have any of the following responsibilities:
Installing a Micro Motion transmitter on an
RS-485 network, configuring, calibrating,
operating, or troubleshooting a Micro Motion
transmitter using ModBus protocol, setting up
a Modbus host or PLC to communicate with a
Micro Motion transmitter or writing programs
that use ModBus protocol to communicate
with Micro Motion transmitters.
Overview
This 1-day class consits of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises. Students
will learnthe Modbus communication model,
including RS-485 network requirements,
memory structure, data types, functions,
character framing, and message framing.
Students will use Micro motion’s Modbus
documentation set and Modbus documentation set and Modbus tool to configure
transmitter features, read process data, reset
totals, read and acknowledge alarms, analyse
diagnostic registers, zero the flowmeter, perform a loop test and manage a batch process.
Troubleshooting will also be covered.
Prerequisites
Students should have completed Micro
Motion Comprehensive Product Training,
Course 2352, or have equivalent knowledge
or experience.
Topics
• Explain the Fundamentals for the
Modbus Protocol model
• Configure, Commission, Read Process
Data, View and Analyse Key Diagnostic
Registers and Loop Test a Batch
Application using a Mocro Motion Meter
• Set up a Host System or PLC to
Communicate with a Micro Motion
Transmitter via Modbus
Diagnostics
• Meter Verification Diagnostics
CEUs: 7
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion 3098 Gas Specific Gravity meter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians and instrumentation engineers.
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover an
overview of the operating principle, key components and applications of a 3098 Micro Motion Gas Specific Gravity meter. the process
of commisioning a 3098 is covered including:
installation, wiring, configuration and field
calibration at initial start-up. Troubleshooting
of commonly seen issues is also covered. This
course includes hands on demonstrations.
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic understanding
of the fundamentals of the behavior/properties of gases and gas density measurement
are helpful. Basic electricity, analog and
frequency signal processing knowledge are
also assumed.
Topics
• Explain the Principle of Operation for how a
Micro Motion 3098 Gas Specific Gravity
works and the Function of the Key
components.
• Learn the installation Best Practices for
orienting, mounting, piping, and wiring
the 3098
• Configure the 3098 and perform the
required field calibration.
• Learn a step by step process to perform
basic troubleshooting of the most common
issues Customers encounter
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