UF-101 - Fisher Control Valve Engineering
This training is based on Emersons education courses 1300/1350
This 3-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 valves assemblies. Students will gain insight in sizing and selection methods utilized in selecting appropriate control valve assemblies, as they relate to advanced control topics.
Fisher Specification Manager software, combined with published reference materials, will be used to solve sizing and selection problems. Students will also have the opportunity to ask an Emerson certified instructor clarifying questions to firmly understand the fluid mechanics covered in this course.
- Guidelines for selecting different types of control valves.
- Sizing for liquid and gas applications.
- Explanation of various actuators and accessories.
- General overview of severe service applications including aerodynamic noise and cavitation issues and solutions.
This course is for engineers, technicians and others responsible for the selection, sizing, and application of control valves, actuators and control valve instrumentation.
Some experience with industrial controls equipment including control valves and actuators would be helpful.
This training is also available as a four-day distance training, Tuesday to Friday with instructor-led mornings.
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