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Professional Development Hours (PDH) and IACET Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be granted.

This Flow short course is for attendees who need to improve their project certainty with a proper and accurate selection of the right flow technology, even at the initial stages of a project when only few process data are available. After an intial theoretical lesson of 1 hours, the attendees will go deep on extensive hands-on exercises, with the use of digital tools, and will learn selecting the proper technology for different levels of application. Further sizing and fully configuration of the meters in an online engineering space will help users to use the online tool in their next projects. A lesson on the possibility of evaluation of ROI through a dedicated digital tools will also help companies reducing project risks and improve project certainty.

This Flow short course is for attendees who, through an intial 1 hour theoretical approach and 3 hours hands-on exercises on Flow meters, will learn how IIoT powered solutions for diagnostics and predictive maintenance dramatically improve plant operation efficiency, and will understand how to reach top quartile performances by using data from Intelligent Flowmeters. Together with the series of hands-on exercises, Flow Lifecycle Services are introduced to empower plant management and technicians with a deterministic approach on maintenance activities.

Motivation:

There are a variety of objectives and motivations for monitoring corrosion in plants or pipelines. Extended knowledge about internal corrosion reduce risk for accidents and adds to operational safety. Monitoring can provide alarms if critical changes in corrosion rates, or process parameters causing corrosion take place. Furthermore, monitoring can be part of long term integrity management programs, contributing to extended asset life and increased uptime. Also, monitoring can be used for optimizing production and reducing operational cost, e.g. through tuning production to maximum accepted sand levels, or through tuning of opportunity crudes for reduced crude cost. The different objectives require different types of information. A variety of corrosion and erosion monitoring technologies are available, each with its strengths and limitations. It is observed that the choice of monitoring solution and data management strategy is often not designed according to the actual objective(s) driving the monitoring program in the first place. As a consequence, the potential information value from the system is may not be achieved. The objective of the course is to increase user value through a more structured thinking in the design as well as the operational phase of the system. Course content: The course will describe the different objectives driving corrosion and erosion monitoring, and how the design of the monitoring system should be based on the specific objectives in each case – with respect to choice of monitoring technologies (often a combination gives the best results), communication and data management strategy. The course will present corrosion monitoring instruments and the configuration of those. Applicable data management tools will be shown, and demonstration given as to how settings and handling of data should be adjusted to provide the targeted information.

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The DeltaV Virtualization short course is intended for DeltaV system administrators and IT personnel who support DeltaV Virtual Studio on the Dell VRTX hardware.  Students will be given an overview of the virtualization technology and VRTX hardware followed by hands-ons workshops utilizing DeltaV Virtual Studio and VRTX hardware.  Workshops will include creating DeltaV workstation virtual machines, modifying virtual machine prosperities post deployment, live migration between cluster hosts, configuring thin clients with DeltaV Remote Desktop Connection and editing virtual networks.

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The 2.5 hours class prepares participants for the Basic Vibration Analysis Course. Students learn about causes of vibration and methods of measurement. The training course will use Emerson’s CSI technologies to demonstration vibration principles. 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

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Maintenance, Reliability, Availability, Efficiency, Process Optimization, Safety, all these topics are always intrinsically linked to a proper control valve selection. This course will guide you through the selection process with real life issues & severe service applications examples. You will gain design & solutions understanding and most probably linked them with some of your day to day troubles.

Many users have installed Wireless over the last 10 years and more and more users feel very comfortable deploying this technology themselves. However more often than once requests come in how to test the stability/health of the mesh. Do I need to maintain or keep track of anything while operating a Wireless infrastructure. This course will guide the students through the design, commissioning and maintenance of the Wireless infrastructure on your site and it will allow you to comfortably capture the opportunities Wireless technology provide to your operations.

This course will cover best practices for selecting, configuring and commissioning of Pressure-based Solutions: DP Level, DP Flow and Connection Systems.

This course will cover verification and proof testing of level gauges in accordance with both IEC61511 and API 2350. It covers the entire range of level measurement instruments  such as switches, hydrostatic level gauging, guided wave radars, non-contacting radars and inventory tank gauging.. Attendees will get hands on experience of different proof test methods on a range of level instruments used for overfill prevention.

This session will cover common operator tasks for Analytical Instruments giving practical advice on calibration & validation for gas chromatographs, PGA and Cascade analyzers and liquid and combustion instrumentation. We will demonstrate the ease of calibration and validation whilst interpreting results using diagnostics to ensure optimum performance of your instrument.

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This short course will review methods and technologies for improving energy management on an industrial process site.  Topics will include an introduction to the ISO 50001 methodology, review of technologies for measuring the major energy streams (WAGES – Water, Air, Gas, Electricity, Steam), techniques for improving the energy performance of significant energy process units such as boilers, heaters, and distillation columns, and the basics of implementing a site wide Energy Management Information System (EMIS).  All attendees will receive a copy of the Sustainable Energy Efficiency User Guide (132 pages) and other materials to support development of energy improvement projects at their sites.

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Only 5% of businesses have adopted an IIoT strategy. This short course is intended for IT and OT practitioners to explore the impact that IIoT can have on their business. With support from Emerson consultants, the participant will define their operations business needs and evaluate how IIoT can help meet those needs. They will explore different IIoT technologies, create a high level deployment model and learn how to justify the investment to their organisation. Finally the participant will create an IIoT action plan for their business and a personalised Exchange Plan. The Exchange Plan will contain a list of lectures to attend and exhibitions to visit which are associated with their business needs and IIoT model.

Designing and Engineering Safety Instrumented Systems for the process industry has many special requirements, which are increasingly well understood up to the point of delivery. But this is only the start of an Operational Phase which will last for 20+ years. This short course will take a look at recognised good practice for managing Safety Instrumented Systems in the Operate and Maintain phase of the overall safety lifecycle, and will show you how to use some of the tools available from Emerson to deal with issues such as Validation and Proof Testing, Control of Modifications, and Functional Logic Verification.

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Pre-requisite: attend virtual classroom in the Learning Laboratory This blended learning course will be delivered as a virtual classroom in the Learning Laboratory every hour continuously and a hands-on workshop on Friday morning. It offers insight on the operation of Fisher™ FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers.  The course focuses on operational details such as repairing, maintaining, and calibrating FIELDVUE™ DVC2000 and FIELDVUE™ DVC6200 products. Students will identify and understand components of a digital valve controller, describe and demonstrate proper instrument mounting, connect to a live device using ValveLink Software, discuss and perform a Guided Setup routine, and perform an Auto Travel Calibration routine.