Educational Services Asia Pacific Training Offerings 2016 Flow

Educational Services Asia Pacific Training Offerings 2016 Flow

Educational Services

2016 Asia Pacific Training Offerings

Flow

Increase profitability, improve retention, and enhance safety with world-class training solutions.

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Exceed Expectations with

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 at your facility.

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. Investing in your team will also:

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 hands-on learning 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.

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

EXPLORE

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.

“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

A competency development program assists in attaining your unique goals.

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Learn Best Practices to

Meet Profitability Goals

Your personnel want to perform high-quality 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

“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

With world-class training, your personnel will apply best practices to

Emerson products and applications throughout your facility.

MAXIMIZE

Plant

Automation

Benefits

Learning Partner

providing best practices

not just products

DISCOVER

Performance

Improvements &

Cost Reductions

MANAGE

Change &

New Technology

COMPLY

with Government Regulations

GROW

Skills in Diverse Cultures to Drive Results

Increased Productivity

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.

Broad Emerson Offerings

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 Hands-On Learning 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 on-site 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.

“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

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.

On-site Traditional

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 hands-on deep dives into engineering, maintenance, and operations knowledge.

Virtual Learning

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.

eLearning

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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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 Asia Pacific 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.

“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

l Mumbai,

INDIA l Tianjin, CHINA l

Mizushima

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Chiba, JAPAN l Nanjing, CHINA l Shanghai, CHINA

SeongNam, SOUTH KOREA l

Shenzhen, CHINA l Rayong, THAILAND l Manila, PHILIPPINES

Training centers and certified instructors in

9 countries across

Asia Pacific.

l Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA l SINGAPORE

Asia-Pacific Education Contacts

Email: [email protected]

AUSTRALIA

Emerson Process Management

471 Mountain Highway

Bayswater, Victoria

Australia 3153

Phone: 61 3 9721 0200

Fax: 61 3 9720 6614

INDIA

Emerson Process Management (I) Pvt.Ltd.

Plot No. EL 109, MIDC

TTC Industrial Area, Mahape

Navi Mumbai- 400710, India

Phone: 91 22 6454 3311 / 22

SOUTH KOREA

Emerson Process Management

Sicox Tower 12 Floor, 513-514

SeongNam City

South Korea 462-806

Phone: 82 2 2017 1713

JAPAN

Chiba Solution Center

2-5-1 Yawata Kitaku, Ichihara-shi

Chiba-ken 290-0069, Japan

Phone: 81 436 44 8311

Mizushima Solution Center

36-8 36-8,Tsurajima Tsurajima-chou

Kurashiki-shi

Okaya-ken 712-8011, Japan

Phone: 81 86 445 7270

CHINA

Emerson Process Management Co., Ltd.

No.1277 Xin Jin Qiao Road, Pudong New District

Shanghai 201206, China

Phone: 86 21 2892 9640

Emerson Process Management

Tianjin Service Center

6B Building, Saida Jimei Industrial Park,

Xiqing Economic Development Area

Tianjin 300385, China

Phone: 86 22 5868 0700

Emerson Process Management

Shenzhen Service Center

Floor 1,8th Building, Liangchuang Technology

Park, No.21 Bulan Rd, Nanwan Street,

Buji Town, Longgang District

Shenzhen 518112, China

Emerson Process Management

Flow Technologies Co., Ltd.

No.111, Xing Min South Road,

Jiangning District Nanjing 211100, China

Phone: 86 25 5117 7888

MALAYSIA

Emerson Process Management

(Malaysia) Sdn Bhd

No. 1, Block A, Jalan SS 13/5,

47500 Subang Jaya,

Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

Phone: 60 3 5638 1010 l

Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

PHILIPPINES

Emerson Process Management

19F Cyberscape Alpha Building,

Sapphire and Garnet Roads

Ortigas Center, Pasig City

Philippines 1605

Phone: 63 2 702 1107

Emerson Electric Asia Ltd.

16/F SM Cyber West Avenue, EDSA

Quezon City, Philippines 1105

Phone: 63 2 479 3399

SINGAPORE

Emerson Process Management

Asia Pacific PTE LTD

Educational Services, Singapore

1 Pandan Crescent

Singapore 128461

Phone: 65 6770 8587

Fax: 65 6774 6970

THAILAND

88/4 Mabya Road,

Map Ta Phut Sub-district, Rayong

Thailand 21150

Phone: 66 3869 1353

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Measure & Analyze

Analytical

Operation and Maintenance of

7 00XA Gas Chromatograph

Analytical

Operation and Maintenance of

Model 700 Gas Chromatograph

Course D4313

Overview

This 4 -day course prepares students to operate and / or maintain the Model

700XA gas chromatograph . Students will receive hands-on instructions and training materials .

Prerequisites

Participants should either have worked with a gas chromatograph for at least six months. Proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement

Topics

• What is a Gas Chromatograph and How it Operates

• Using the Basic Chromatograph

System in Natural Gas Analysis

• Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems

• What's New with Model 700XA GC

• 700XA Chromatograph Hardware

• Installation and Operation of

MON2020 Software

• Chromatogram Integration and Post-

Analysis Calculations

• Using the Chromatogram to Identify

Problems

• Setting Timed Events, Retention

Times and Response Factors

• Start-Up Procedures

• Sample Handling System

• Verifying that the Chromatograph is

Operating Properly

• Preventive Maintenance Service

Procedure

Communication of Gas Data to

Other Devices, such as a Flow

Computer or DCS

• Spare Parts and Necessary Servivce

Tools

Course D4212

Overview

This 4-day course prepares students to operate and / or maintain the Model 700 gas chromatograph. Students will receive hands-on instructions and training materials.

Prerequisites

Participants should either have worked with a gas chromatograph for at least six months. Proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement

Topics

• What is a Gas Chromatograph and How it Operates

• Using the Basic Chromatograph

System in Natural Gas Analysis

• Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems

• 700 Chromatograph Hardware

• Installation and Operation of

MON20 00 Software

• Chromatogram Integration and Post-

Analysis Calculations

Using the Chromatogram to Identify

Problems

• Setting Timed Events, Retention

Times and Response Factors

• Start-Up Procedures

• Sample Handling System

• Verifying that the Chromatograph is

Operating Properly

• Preventive Maintenance Service

Procedure

• Communication of Gas Data to

Other Devices, such as a Flow

Computer or DCS

• Spare Parts and Necessary Servivce

Tools

Analytical

Operation & Maintenance of

Model 500 Gas Chromatographs

Course D4210

Overview

This 4-day course prepares students to operate and / or maintain the Model 500 gas chromatograph. Students will receive hands-on instructions and training materials.

Prerequisites

Participants should either have worked with a gas chromatograph for at least 6 months. Proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement .

Topics

• What is a Gas Chromatograph and How it Operates

• Using the Basic Chromatograph

System in Natural Gas Analysis

• Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems

• 5 00 Chromatograph Hardware

• Installation and Operation of

MON20 00 Software

• Chromatogram Integration and Post-

Analysis Calculations

Using the Chromatogram to Identify

Problems

• Setting Timed Events, Retention

Times and Response Factors

• Start-Up Procedures

• Sample Handling System

• Verifying that the Chromatograph is

Operating Properly

• Troubleshooting the 2350A

Controller and the Chromatograph

• Configuring the 2350A Controller

User Directory Outputs

Preventive Maintenance Service

Procedure

Communication of Gas Data to

Other Devices, such as a Flow

Computer or DCS

• Spare Parts and Necessary Servivce

Tools

Analytical

Micro Motion 3098

Gas Specific Gravity

Flow Measurement

Basic Fluid Flow

Measurement Course

Course 2386

Overview

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, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.

T his 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 commissioning a 3098 is covered including: installation. wiring, configuration and field calibration at initial startup. 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 & frequency signal processing knowledge are also assumed.

Topics

• Explain the Principal of Operation for how a a Micro Motion 3098 Gas Specific

Gravity Meter 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

Course D3119

Overview

This 3-day course is foundation training for technicians, operators, technical support staff, and others who require knowledge of fluid flow measurement, meter selection, maintenance and proving methods. This course relates theory to practice which gives participants a better understanding and appreciation of the oil and gas industry. It is recommended in advance of product specific training courses.

Prerequisites

It is recommended that participants have basic understanding of process instrumentation prior to taking this training.

Topics

• Introduction to Fluid Flow Measurement

• Basic Flow Measurement Laws

• Types of Fluid Flow Measurement

• Basic Reference Standards

• From Theory to Practice

• Fluids

• Flow

• Operations Considerations

• Maintenance of Metering Equipment

• Measurement and Meters

• Differential Meters

• Linear and Special Meters

• Read outs and Related Devices

• Proving Systems

• Auditing nalyze

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Measure & Analyze

Flow Measurement

8700 Series Smart Magnetic

Flowmeter with AMS

Course 2340A

Overview

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.

Flow Measurement

8700 Series Smart Magnetic

Flowmeter with HC475

Course 2340

Flow Measurement

8800 Series Smart Vortex

Flowmeter with AMS

Course 2341A

Overview

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.

Overview

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.

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.

Prerequisites

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 Verification Diagnostics

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.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals and instrumentation.

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 & 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 of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog & frequency signal processing are assumed.

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

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 the AMS Device Manager

• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the

Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex

Flowmeter System

Measure & Analyze

Flow Measurement

8800 Series Smart Vortex

Flowmeter with HC475

Course 2341

Overview

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.

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

None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog & 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 or AMS Device

Manager

• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the

Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex

Flowmeter System

Flow Measurement

Micro Motion Comprehensive

Product Training - Field

Course 2380

Overview

This class is intended for anyone that is involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a Micro

Motion flow and density meter. Typical job functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.

This 2-day field class covers the same materials that are covered in the 2352 course held at Micro Motion headquarters, in Boulder, Colorado. It is 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

1000/2000/3000 transmitters using these configuration tools; Prolink III, HC475,

AMS or Display Interface. Students will perform a master reset and use Prolink III to configure the Series 1000/2000/3000, perform a flow calibration check and learn how to diagnose and solve troubleshooting problems. When the class is taught at a customer site the class can be customized to cover RFT9739/9739MVD transmitter with F-Series, T Series or R Series Sensors.

Prerequisites

None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and 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 and Process Issues

Flow Measurement

Micro Motion

Series 1000/2000

Course 2358

Overview

This course 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.

This 1-day course consists of a blend of lectures and hands-on exercises that cover the installation, configuration, calibration checks and troubleshooting of Micro

Motion sensors with the Series 1000/2000 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 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

• Be able to apply the installation best practices for orienting, mounting and wiring the sensor and transmitter

• Configure the Metering System to

Measure Available Process Variables from the Device for Their Application

• Learn a Step by Step Process to Perform

Basic Troubleshooting of the Most

Common Meter and Process Issues

On-site Traditional Virtual Learning eLearning

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Measure & Analyze

Flow Measurement

Operation and Maintenance of Gas/Liquid Ultrasonic Meters

Course: D4230/D4280

Overview

This 3 -day course prepares students to install, operate, and maintain

Daniel multipath ultrasonic flow meters. In addition to classroom instruction, the training course includes hands-on experience using the flow meter, simulator and diagnostic software.

Prerequisites

Participants should be proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement

Topics

• Introduction to Daniel Ultrasonic

Meters

• Theory and Principle of operations 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

• Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Guides

• Functions and Use of Meterlink

Software

Flow Measurement

Operation and Maintenance of Daniel

Control Valves and Liquid Turbine

Meters

Course D4290

Flow Measurement

Operat ion and Maintenance of

Daniel Orifice Fitting

Overview

This 3 -day course covers the operation, installation and maintenance of the Daniel

Control Valves and Turbine Meters .

Prerequisites

Participants should be proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement

Topics

• Theory of Operation : Turbines, Valves,

Digital Pilots

• Disassembly and Reassembly of Turbine

Internals

• Disassembly and Reassembly of Valve

Cylinder Assemblies

• Disassembly and Reassembly of

Digital Pilots

• Valve Needle Valve Adjustment

• 'A' Series vs. 'B' Series Control Valve

• Turbine Pick-Off Sensor and Preamp

• Flow Conditioning

• Troubleshooting

Course D4420

Overview

This 2 -day course is for the beginner or experienced technicians. The students will learn the operation , maintenance, repair and troubl eshoot ing Daniel Orifice

Fittings.

Prerequisites

Participants should be proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement

Topics

• Purpose of Orifice Fittings

• Identifying Models of Daniel Orifice Fittings

• Main Components of Daniel Orifice Fittings

• Theory of Orifice Flow Measurement

• Installation Requirements

• Proper Operation of the Senior Orifice Fittings

• Orifice Plate Calibration

• Fitting Maintenance

Measure & Analyze

Flow Measurement

Operation and Maintenance of

Daniel S600 Flow Computers

Course D4260

Overview

This -day course provides students with an appreciation of the operation, design, capabilities and configuration of the S600 Flow Computers. 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

Participants should be proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement

Topics

• Introduction to the S600

• Board Removal and Layout

• Keypad Access and Security Features

• Menu Navigation

• Data/Mode Changing

• Alarm Handling and Generating Reports

• Application Specific Functions

• Cold/Warm Starting Modes

• File Back-Up and Download

• Using the configuration Software

PC Setup

• Troubleshooting and Maintenance

Guides

Flow Measurement

DANPAC Metering Supervisory and

Control Systems Operation and

Maintenance

Course D4540

Overview

This -day course provides students with an introduction into the operation and functionality of a DanPac Metering

Supervisory Control System. the instructor will explain the metering system architechure, its function and system adminstration. Navigation of the operator interface, specific features, basic troubleshooting and benefits of central date collection will also be explained. Full supporting literature will be made available to students.

Flow Measurement

Operation and Maintenance of the Daniel Compact Prover

Course D4270

Overview

This 3-day course covers the operation, installation and maintenance of the

Daniel Compact Prover™.

demo unit and training manuals will basic knowledge of flow measurement

Prerequisites

Participants should be proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement

Prerequisites

Participants should be proficient in personal computer operations and have a basic knowledge of flow measurement

Topics

• Introduction to DanPac System

Architechure

• Supervisory Operator Interface Graphics and Controls

• Administration and Security

• Communication Interface

• Plant Control Functions

• System Status Conditions

• Reporting System

• Alarm Handling

• Basic Diagnostics

• System Troubleshooting

Topics

• Theory of Operation

• Proving Best Practices

• 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,

Safety Barriers, 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

Master Meter Proving

• Compact Prover Maintenance

On-site Traditional Virtual Learning eLearning

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Measure & Analyze

Flow Measurement

Micro Motion Coriolis and

Rosemount Smart 8800

Vortex Flowmeters

Course 2387

Flow Measurement

Micro Motion Coriolis

Short Course

Course 2339C

Overview

This combined class is intended anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow and density meter and Rosemount

8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeters. Typical job functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.

T his 1-day field class provides hands-on training on both the Coriolis and Vortex

Flowmeters. Typically 2/3 of the course time is spent on Micro Motion’s Coriolis meter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8800

Vortex Flowmeter. Theory of operation, meter components and installation of each flowmeter are covered. The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting best practices. Students will learn the Micro

Motion Series 1000/2000 transmitters using one of these configuration tools; Prolink III,

HC475, AMS Device Manager or Series 3000 display interface devices. Public field classes typically use Prolink III for configuring the

Micro Motion transmitters and the HC475 will be used for the Rosemount 8800 Vortex flowmeter. Customers can choose which configuration device is used for classes held at their site.

Prerequisites

Some prior experience with Micro Motion

Coriolis & Rosemount 8800 Vortex flowmeters. A basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and frequency signal processing.

Overview

This class is intended as a refresher course for anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Micro

Motion flow and density meter. Typical job functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. This class is also intended to be taught as two, 1/2 day repeat sessions to accommodate customers who need to train their entire department but must also maintain the operation of their plant by scheduling their employees between an AM/PM training sessions.

This 1/2-day field class is a condensed version of the 2358 course briefly reviewing the theory of operation, meter components and installation. The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting of the Micro Motion metering system. Students will learn the

Series 1000/2000 transmitters using one of these configuration tools; Prolink III, HC475,

AMS and Series 3000 display interface devices. Public field classes typically use

Prolink III. Customers can choose which configuration device is used for classes held at their site.

Prerequisites

Some prior experience working with Micro

Motion Coriolis meters is recommended.

Students with no past experience can benefit if their learning objectives are to get a basic intro to operation, installation, configuration and troubleshooting. For all attendees, it is assumed they have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and frequency signal processing.

Topics

Students will be able to do the following for both Micro Motion’s Coriolis and

Rosemount 8800 Vortex flowmeters:

• Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How

Each Flowmeter Works and the Function of the Key Components

• Basic Understanding of the Installation

Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter

• Perform a Basic Configuration of the

Metering System for Various Applications

• Diagnose and Know How to Correct the

Most Common Meter and Process Issues

Topics

• Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How a Micro Motion Coriolis Meter Works and the Function of the Key Components

• Have a basic understanding of the

Installation Best Practices for Orienting,

Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and

Transmitter

• Perform a Basic Configuration of the

Metering System to Measure Flow,

Density and Temperature for

Various Applications

• Diagnose and Know how to Correct the

Most Common Meter and Process Issues

Flow Measurement

Micro Motion Coriolis and

Rosemount 8700 Magnetic

Flowmeters

Course 2384

Overview

This combined class is intended anyone

that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow and density meter and Rosemount 8700 Smart

Magnetic Flowmeters. Typical job functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.

This 1-day field class provides hands-on training on both the Coriolis and Magnetic

Flowmeters. Typically 2/3 of the course time is spent on Micro Motion’s Coriolis meter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8700 Magnetic

Flowmeter. Theory of operation, meter components and installation of each flowmeter are covered. The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting best practices. Students will learn the Micro

Motion Series 1000/2000 transmitters using one of these configuration tools; Prolink

III, HC475, AMS Device Manager or Series

3000 display interface devices. Public field classes typically use Prolink III for configuring the Micro Motion transmitters and the

HC475 will be used for the Rosemount 8700

Magnetic flowmeter. Customers can choose which configuration device is used for classes held at their site.

Prerequisites

Some prior experience working with

Micro Motion Coriolis & Rosemount 8700

Magnetic flowmeters is recommended.

However students with no past experience can also benefit. A basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog and frequency signal processing is assumed.

Topics

After attending the course the student will be able to do the following for both Micro

Motion’s Coriolis and Rosemount 8700

Magnetic flowmeters:

• Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How

Each Flowmeter Works and the Function of the Key Components

• Basic Understanding of the Installation

Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter

• Perform a Basic Configuration of the

Metering System for Various Applications

• Diagnose and Know How to Correct the

Most Common Meter and Process Issues

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Rosemount 8700 Series

Smart Magnetic Flowmeter

Short Course

Course 2339SM

Overview

This course is intended as a refresher course for anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic

Flowmeter. Typical job functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.

This class is also intended to be taught as two, 1/2 day repeat sessions to accommodate customers who need to train their entire department but must also maintain the operation of their plant by scheduling their employees between an AM/PM sessions.

This 1/2 -day field class is a condensed version of the 2340 course briefly reviewing the theory of operation, meter components and installation. The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting of the 8700 Magnetic metering system 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 & HC475 and how to use these tools to perform configuration. Common issues encountered and troubleshooting techniques will also be covered.

Prerequisites

Some prior experience working with

Rosemount Magnetic Flowmeters meters is recommended. However students with no past experience can also benefit. For all attendees, it is assumed they have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog

& frequency signal processing.

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 Verification Diagnostics

Flow Measurement

Rosemount 8800 Series

Smart Vortex Flowmeter

Short Course

Course 2339SV

Flow Measurement

Rosemount 8700 Magnetic and 8800 Vortex Flowmeters

Course 2394

Overview

This class is intended as a refresher course for anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex

Flowmeter. Typical job functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.

This class is also intended to be taught as two, 1/2 day repeat sessions to accommodate customers who need to train their entire department but must also maintain the operation of their plant by scheduling their employees between an AM/PM sessions.

This 1/2 -day field class is a condensed version of the 2341 course briefly reviewing the theory of operation, meter components and installation. The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting of the 8800 Vortex metering system. The students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local

Operator interface & HC475 and how to use these tools to perform configuration.

Common issues encountered and troubleshooting techniques will also be covered.

Prerequisites

Some prior experience working with Micro

Rosemount Vortex Flowmeters meters is recommended. However students with no past experience can also benefit if their learning objectives are to get a basic introduction to operation, installation, configuration and troubleshooting. For all attendees, it is assumed they have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog & frequency signal processing.

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 the AMS Device Manager

• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the

Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex

Flowmeter System

Overview

This combined class is intended anyone that is involved with properly configuring and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700 Smart

Magnetic & 8800 Smart Vortex Flowmeters.

Typical job functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.

This 1-day course is an abbreviated version of the 2340 and 2341 courses for Rosemount

8700 Series Magnetic and 8800 Series

Vortex meters. Typically 2/3 of the course time is spent on Rosemount’s 8800 Vortex flowmeter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8700

Magnetic Flowmeter. Theory of operation, meter components and installation of each flowmeter are covered. The focus of the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and reviewing the most common troubleshooting issue and best practices for resolution.

Prerequisites

This being a 1-Day class covering two flowmeters, some prior experience working with Rosemount’s Magnetic and Vortex flowmeters is recommended. However students with no past experience can also benefit if their learning objectives are to get a basic introduction to operation, installation, configuration and troubleshooting. For all attendees, it is assumed they have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity, analog & frequency signal processing.

Topics

After attending the course the student will be able to do the following for both the Rosemount Magnetic and Vortex flowmeters:

• Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How

Each Fowmeter Works and the Function of the Key Components

• Have a Basic Understanding of the

Installation Best Practices for Orienting,

Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and

Transmitter

• Perform a Basic Configuration of the

Metering System for Various Applications

• Diagnose and Know How to Correct the

Most Common Meter and Process Issues

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elearning: Micro Motion

On-Line I&E Technician

Flow Measurement

Roxar Multiphase Meter

1900VI

Course e2353

Overview

This online training is targeted for individuals who startup and maintenance

Micro Motion Coriolis meters.

Typical job functions include: maintenance and instrument technicians or engineers.

This course is made up of a total 26 topics that cover basic installation, wiring and configuration of a Micro Motion 2700 transmitter with configurable input/ outputs and any compatible Micro

Motion sensor series.

Each module has a short overview of each step of the commissioning process followed by modules that provide the viewer an interactive experience for using the four configuration tools; ProLink

III, AMS Device Manager, HC475 Field

Communicator or integral display.

The lessons are organized as follows:

• Coriolis Meter Fundamentals

• Wiring Sensor to Transmitter

• Connection & Use of Configuration

Tools with 2700 Transmitter

• Configure Process Measurements

• Integrate the Meter with the Control/

Operating System

• Configure Device Options & Meter

Information

• Final Checkout

Topics

• Theory of Operation http://emersonprocess.adobeconnect.

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• Installation Best Practices http://emersonprocess.adobeconnect.

com/mmcmibpd

• Configuring Density Measurement &

Slug Flow Limits http://emersonprocess.adobeconnect.

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Course ROX001

Overview

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 long-term stability, high accuracy and very good repeatability. The objective of the 3-day Roxar MPFM 1900VI course is to provide the participant with an understanding of the multiphase flow, components and measurements 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 Multiphase 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 and 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

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Roxar Multiphase Meter 2600

Flow Measurement

Roxar Subsea Multiphase Meter

Flow Measurement

Roxar Wetgas Meter

Course ROX002 Course ROX003 Course ROX004

Overview

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 3-day course is to provide the participant with the 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 of the meter. The course will cover interpretation and correlation of the 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

• Mechanical Specifications

- 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 and Electrical System

- Calibration

- Replacement of Parts

• PVT

- What is PVTx

- Fluid Analysis; Sampling, Compositional

Data

- Tempest PVTx and Import Tables

Overview

The Roxar subsea Multiphase meter provides flow rates for oil, gas and water; vital information for managing reservoirs and processes. The objective of the Roxar

SMPFM 3-day 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 of the meter. The course will cover interpretation and correlation of SMPFM parameters versus influences of process conditions. Understanding the data is the key in order to make the right decisions for reservoir management.

Overview

The Roxar 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 an in-depth knowledge of instrument operation, which enables 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 measurement principles will allow decision making when it comes to reservoir management and optimizing the production process.

Topics

• Introduction to Multiphase Metering

- Single Phase Metering/Multiphase Metering

- Flow Regimes

- Roxar’s Experience in Multiphase Metering

- Roxar SMPFM

- Well Testing, Monitoring and Allocation

• Mechanical Specifications

- Roxar SMPFM Components

- Versions of the Meter

• 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 SMPFM 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

- Well Test

- Creating Diagnostic Files

- Setting Up Fluid Parameters

• Maintenance

- Gamma System and Electrical System

- Calibration

- Software Updates

- Sensor Geometry

• PVT

- What is PVTx

- Fluid Analysis; Sampling, Compositional

Data

- Tempest PVTx and Import Tables

Topics

• Introduction to Wetgas

- Introduction

- Wet Gas

- Why Measure Water?

- Multiphase Flow

- Flow Conditions

- Ranges and Specifications

- Installation Examples

• Mechanical Specifications

- Material Overview

- Design Standards

- WGM 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

- Calculation Modes

- Redundancy

• Operations and Maintenance

- Pre-Commissioning Phases

- Commissioning and Start Up

- Communication

- Roxar WGM Console

- Mater Operation

- Alarms and Warnings

- Calibration (Describe All Alternatives)

- Maintenance

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Roxar Subsea Wetgas Meter

Flow Measurement

Roxar Subsea Watercut Meter

Course ROX005 Course ROX006

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 an 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 measurement principles will allow decision making when it comes to reservoir management and optimizing the production process.

Overview

The Roxar Watercut Meter measures water in oil (0% to 100%) and is used in process control on test separators, fiscal metering, on- and offloading, export metering, desalting in refineries, two phase flow metering. The Roxar Watercut meter uses a unique and patented microwave resonance technology to measure the permittivity of an oil/water mixture with an extremely high level of accuracy and sensitivity.

The aim of this 2-day course is to enable participants to take full advantage of the meter in real applications. Upon completion of the course, participants should be able to efficiently run the instrument on their own, including delivering on-site quality reliable data, do normal routine maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting.

Topics

• Introduction to 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

- Calculation Modes

- Redundancy

• Operations and Maintenance

- Pre-Commissioning Phases

- Commissioning and Start Up

- Communication

- Roxar WGM Console

- Mater Operation

- Alarms and Warnings

- Calibration (Describe All Alternatives)

- Maintenance

Topics

• Introduction to Water Cut Metering and

Technology

- Why Measure Water Cut?

- Water Cut Metering Challenges

- Water Cut Metering Requirements

- Technology for Water Cut Measurement

• Measurement Technology

- How Do We Measure Water Cut?

- Installation

- Microwave Signal Path

- Entrapment of Microwaves in a Pipe

- Microwave Resonance

- Permittivity of Oil and Water

- Water Continuous and Oil Continuous

Phase

- The Tables of Water Cute Made from

the First Meter

- The Production of the Meters to Fit the

Model of the First Meter

- The Production Sequence in a Meter

- Measurement Uncertainty and Initial

Explanation

• Operations

- Connecting to the Meter

- Software Operations: Entering the

Meter Configuration

- Measurement

- Inline Calibration of the Meter

- Measurement Uncertainty

- Practical Exercises on Meter Electronics

• Maintenance

- Overview of Recommended

Maintenance

- Turning Diagnostics and Logging of

Hyper Terminal

- Taking a 50dB Plot of Microwave

Electronics

- Common Error Messages

- Sending Diagnostic Data to Roxar for

Analysis and Filing

- Download New Code for a Meter

- Erasing Battery Backed RAM in a Meter

- Troubleshooting the Temperature

Transmitter

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Flow Measurement

Roxar Sand Monitor

Course ROX007

Overview

Optimizing production is becoming more and more important, as reservoirs are facing declining curves while the demand for oil and gas is increasing.

One consequence of optimization can be increased sand production which can lead to serious damage to production equipment. The Roxar Sand Monitor is a non-intrusive acoustic sand monitoring system that identifies in real-time sand production in any water, oil, gas or multiphase flow lines for onshore and offshore locations. This 2-day training course focuses in 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: SAM Server and Fieldwatch, depending on the system software that your installation is using to operate instrumentation.

Topics

• Introduction to Sand Metering

- Causes of Sand Production

- Why Do We Need Sand Detection System?

- Roxar Sand and Pig Detection System

- System Enclosure, History; Challenge,

Integration with Other Products

• Measurement Technology

- How Do We Measure Sand; Interface

- Sand Rate Calculation; Sand Detector

- Product Optimization

• Operations

- Software and General Set-Up; System

Overview

- Configure Sensor Parameters

- Process Data Interface: Flow Rate Input,

Velocity Input, Choke Input, Well Test

Data Interface

- Alarm Settings Interface, Data Logging

- Basic Interpretation: Basic Noise

Estimation, Sand Production Estimation

- Adv. Interpretation: Velocity in Signal

Interpretation

- Flow Regime Consideration

Flow Measurement

Roxar CorrLog – Intrusive Corrosion

Monitoring System

Course ROX008

• Maintenance

- Detector Installation: Locations on Pipe,

Temperature Considerations; - Wiring

- Communication Digital Output,

Analogue Output, Volt Free Contact,

Lamp Output

- Calibration: Factory Calibration,

Background Noise Calibration,

Automatic Background Noise Curve

(ABA), Sand Noise Calibration

- Sand Transport Capability Indicator

- Sand Mass Correction (L/X)

- Choke Calibration

- Filtering Settings: Alpha and Beta

Filtering of Raw Data, K-Factor

- Preventative Maintenance: Visual

Inspection and Routine Testing

- Calibration Adjustment: Background

Noise Calibration (Zero Calibration)

- Sand Calibration, Hardward

Maintenance: Checking Sensor

Connections, Reinstalling or Replacing the Detector

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 monitoring 2-day 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 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 to Corrosion Monitoring

- Overview of Corrosion Issues

- Why Corrosion Monitoring?

• Corrosion Control and Process Optimization

• Integrity Management and Safety

- Basic Principles 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

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Roxar Subsea Wetgas Meter

Flow Measurement

Roxar Subsea Watercut Meter

Course ROX005 Course ROX006

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 an 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 measurement principles will allow decision making when it comes to reservoir management and optimizing the production process.

Overview

The Roxar Watercut Meter measures water in oil (0% to 100%) and is used in process control on test separators, fiscal metering, on- and offloading, export metering, desalting in refineries, two phase flow metering. The Roxar Watercut meter uses a unique and patented microwave resonance technology to measure the permittivity of an oil/water mixture with an extremely high level of accuracy and sensitivity.

The aim of this 2-day course is to enable participants to take full advantage of the meter in real applications. Upon completion of the course, participants should be able to efficiently run the instrument on their own, including delivering on-site quality reliable data, do normal routine maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting.

Topics

• Introduction to 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

- Calculation Modes

- Redundancy

• Operations and Maintenance

- Pre-Commissioning Phases

- Commissioning and Start Up

- Communication

- Roxar WGM Console

- Mater Operation

- Alarms and Warnings

- Calibration (Describe All Alternatives)

- Maintenance

Topics

• Introduction to Water Cut Metering and

Technology

- Why Measure Water Cut?

- Water Cut Metering Challenges

- Water Cut Metering Requirements

- Technology for Water Cut Measurement

• Measurement Technology

- How Do We Measure Water Cut?

- Installation

- Microwave Signal Path

- Entrapment of Microwaves in a Pipe

- Microwave Resonance

- Permittivity of Oil and Water

- Water Continuous and Oil Continuous

Phase

- The Tables of Water Cute Made from

the First Meter

- The Production of the Meters to Fit the

Model of the First Meter

- The Production Sequence in a Meter

- Measurement Uncertainty and Initial

Explanation

• Operations

- Connecting to the Meter

- Software Operations: Entering the

Meter Configuration

- Measurement

- Inline Calibration of the Meter

- Measurement Uncertainty

- Practical Exercises on Meter Electronics

• Maintenance

- Overview of Recommended

Maintenance

- Turning Diagnostics and Logging of

Hyper Terminal

- Taking a 50dB Plot of Microwave

Electronics

- Common Error Messages

- Sending Diagnostic Data to Roxar for

Analysis and Filing

- Download New Code for a Meter

- Erasing Battery Backed RAM in a Meter

- Troubleshooting the Temperature

Transmitter

Flow Measurement

Roxar FSM

Course ROX010

Overview

Corrosion is a major cost in the oil and gas as well as other industries, and frequently being the reason for accidents and unplanned interruptions in production plans. Corrosion monitoring is thus important for verification of the assets integrity. 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: MultiField 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

• Integrity Management and Safety

- Basic Principles for Selecting Locations

for Corrosion Monitoring

- Overview of the Roxar FSM System

• Mechanical Components

• Buried System

- Instrumentation

- System Software

- System Infrastructure

- Integrated Flow Assurance Monitoring

Systems

• Measurement Principles

- Field Signature Method

• Software Operations

- Verification of the Software

- Configuration and Installation

Architecture

- Instrument Specific Parameters

- Raw Data Verification

- Signature

- Engineer Values

• Data Handling and Presentation

• Data Interpretation

• Reporting

- Exporting Data

• Maintenance

- Battery Replacement (EX Version)

- System Health Checks

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Flow Measurement

Roxar Hydraulic Retrieval and Access

Fitting System

Course ROX011

Overview

Hydraulic Retrieval System, the probe/ coupon holder is connected to a hollow or solid plug, which is installed in a hydraulic access fitting. Installation and retrieval of the plug/probe assembly under pressure 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 fitting, and is recommended for anyone who will work with retrieval operations using our hydraulic retrieval system. Physical demonstrations with retrievers, 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 Operations

- Videos

- Theoretical Run through the Operation

- Understanding How the Tool Works

- Safe Operations of the Tool

- Troubleshooting and Maintenance

• Practical Operation

- 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

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