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Instrumentation e-learning and assessment centre for oil & gas

COURSES

Two packages designed  according to industry’s job requirements and covers the technical part with quality and safety considered.

Refer to the full table of videos content below showing the modules, chapters and topics available in the courses.

The full content package providing advanced technical knowledge in instrumentation

Videos

60

Viewing time

8.6 hours

Duration*

4 months

The most important to master the fundamentals

Videos

50

Viewing time

6.5 hours

Duration

3.5 months

Register to get access to one video as an overview

(*) based recommendation of 1 video every 2 days

MODULES

CHAPTERS

FREE

FREE

TECHNICIAN

TECHNICIAN

SUPERVISOR

SUPERVISOR

OVERVIEW

OVERVIEW

THE INDUSTRY

The oil and gas industry
Key areas of lifecycle
Oil and gas plants
The sectors
The product
Crude oil barrel
DYK LPG

PROJECT

Project phases
Contractual agreements
The parties
Types of contracts
Main technical disciplines
Instrumentation steps by phases
Standards
Specifications

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

ICS ARCHITECTURE

Introduction
Industrial control system
DCS & SCADA
DCS telemetry communication protocol
SCADA telemetry communication protocol
Main ICS providers
Package equipment
Programmable Logic Controller
PLC Attributes
CPU and I/O
Program
Display
Overview

ANALOGIC

Analogic vs numeric
Ranges
Rule of three basic
Rule of three analogic
Rule of three measure

SMART INSTRUMENTS

Smart instrument
Hart
Hart menu
Fieldbus
Device description
Filed device manager
Field communicator
DD file upgrade

LOOP

DYK Resistance
Connection
Zener barrier and galvanic isolator
Ground
Current loop
Control loop

METROLOGY

SI unit
Multiples and sub-multiples
Conversion
Metrology
Composition and identification

DOCUMENTATION

DOCUMENTATION

TEMPLATES

Technical documentation
The parties
DCC
DMS
Title block
Revision

LAYOUTS

Location layout
Cable tray layout
Systems segregation
Cross section
Technical room
MCT allocation

WIRING

Cable list
Circuit diagram
Loop drawing

PROCESS

PID
Support book
Hook-up
Data sheet
Level sketch

TEMPERATURE

TEMPERATURE

GAUGE

Introduction
Gauges
Installation
Thermowell
Isolation kit

GAUGE CALIBRATION

Prerequisites
Adjustment
DYK Calibration
Calibration workflow
Terminology
Quick check
Multipoint calibration
Procurement

THERMOCOUPLE

Attributes
Drawing
References tables
Compensation
Stem
Flare detection

RESITANCE TEMPERATURE DETECTOR

Attributes
Chart
Wiring
Sensor checking
DYK Accuracy

TRANSMITTER LOOP CHECK

Generalities
Preparation works
Loop check procedure and animation

TRANSMITTER CALIBRATION

Generalities
Preparation works
Workshop animation
Connection
Discrepancy
Calibration
Reinstatement

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DEFINITION

Definition
DYK Relative absolute pressure
Hydrostatic pressure
Illustration and calculs
Illustration calculs with pressurized enclosure
Bourdon tube
Pressure gauge plugs

PRESSURE TRANSMITTER PART 1

Function
Exploded view
Sensor module
Membrane
Double block and bleed
Installation height
Manifold
Purging procedure
Zeroing procedure
De-commissioning

PURGING ZEROING

Purging procedure
Zeroing procedure
De-commissioning

PRESSURE TRANSMITTER PART 2

Range configuration
Range calculation
Condensate seal pot
Wet leg liquids
Range calculation with pot
Gooseneck
Capillary
Capillary range calculation

LOOP CHECK AND CALIBRATION

Generalities
Pressure calibrator
Preparation works
Loop check and calibration

DIFFERENTIAL

DIFFERENTIAL

TRANSMITTER

Differential
PDT Purging notes
PDT Purging procedure
Zeroing procedure
Restriction
Filters strainers

FOR FLOW

DYK Calculation knowledge
Restriction orifice
Venturi
Pitot tube
DYK Flow types
Annubar
DYK Local flow indication

FOR LEVEL

Introduction
Generality
Range settings
Conditions
Differential level transmitter types
Reverse
Flow chart guideline
Overrange
Bubbler tube system

LEVEL

LEVEL

INDICATORS

Introducion
Hydrolic glass level indication
Sight glass directly mounted
DYK Communicating vessels
Tubular sight glass
Sight glass reflex type
Sight glass transparent type
DYK Interface level
Magnetic level gauge
Functional test

SWITCHES

Generality
Fixed floater
Vibrating blades
Conductivity
Optical
Displacer

TRANSMITTERS

Servo gauge
DYK Capacitor
Capacitance
Electromagnetic
DYK speed of sound
Ultrasonic
Guided wave radar
Echo curve plot
Non-contact radar

RADAR

Guided wave radar
Echo curve plot
Non-contact radar

FLOW

FLOW

INDICATORS

DYK Volume flow mass flow
Sight flow
Rotameter or variable flowmeter

TRANSMITTERS

DYK Flow transmitter types
Electromagnetic
Ultrasonic
Thermal mass flow
DYK Cavitation
Turbine
Vortex
Coriolis

LOOP CHECK AND CALIBRATION

Generalities
Electromagnetic
Ultrasonic
Tubine prerequisite
Calibration methods
Master
Turbine specific
Ultrasonic diagnostic
Thermomass flow
Cut off

VALVES

VALVES

INTRODUCTION

Valve function
Basic valve components
Mode of operation

OPERATING PRINCIPLES

Operating principles
Piston valve
Ball valve
Globe valve
Gate valve
Butterfly valve
Flexible valve
Needle valve

ON/OFF VALVES PART 1

Fail position
Pneumatic actuator
Valve shaft
Actuator setting and troubleshooting
DYK Pressure regulator
Quick exaust valve
Operation time
Motor operated valve

ON/OFF VALVES PART 2

Solenoid valve
Solenoid troubleshooting
Limit switches
Control panel
Partial stroking
Interlock
Commissioning steps for O/F valves

SELF-OPERATED VALVES

Check valve
Pressure relief or safety valve
PSV calibration
Calibration procedure
Pressure reducing valve

CONTROL VALVES

Control loop
Control valve
DYK Flow coefficient
Flow caracteristics
Positioner
Direct and reverse
Smart positioner calibration
Booster

HYGIENE SAFETY ENVIRONNEMENT

HYGIENE SAFETY ENVIRONNEMENT

ROLE AND METHOD

Introduction
HSE
Safety observation
LTI
T-card
Waste management

MAIN HAZARD

Hazards definition and identification
Hierarchy of control
Product
Fire triangle
DYK Explosion
Production site and explosive atmosphere
Gas monitoring

OTHERS HAZARDS

Noise
Electrical
Work at height
Drop object
Ladder
Scaffolding
Pressurized system
Confined space

SAFEGUARDS

Safety signs
PPE
Stats
Extinguishers
Emergency procedure

PERMIT TO WORK

PERMIT TO WORK

RESPONSABILITIES

Definition
Mindset
Stats
Mandatory
Legal
The parties
Supervisor’s responsibility
Person performing the task

CATEGORIES AND FORMS

Categories
Cold works
Hot works
Sub-categories
Risk assessement
Tool box form
Continuous gas test form
Entry certificate for confined space
Electrical isolation
Mechanical/process isolation
Signal inhibition

PROCEDURE

Preparation
Submission
Approval
During activities
Activities completed

EXPLOSION PROOF

EXPLOSION PROOF

EX REGULATIONS AND TRAINING

Ex equipment
ATEX
IECEx
Comparison
Training

EX ZONES AND REFERENCES

Hazardous area classification
IP Code
Certificate
Safety integrity level

EX FOR INSTRUMENTATION

Ex enclosures
Ex testing equipment

FIRE AND GAS

FIRE AND GAS

HAZARDS AND LIMITS

Introduction
Gas fondamentals
Types of gas hazards
Concentration
Limits of flammability
Ignition temperature
Explosure limit

GASES

Air
Oxygen
Nitrogen
Carbon monoxyide
Hydrogen
Hydrogen sulfide
H2S effects

LOGIC

Voting and trigger logic
Warning and safety bar trip
Functional analysis
Cause and effect

GAS DETECTORS TECHNOLOGIES

Introduction
Electrochemical
Catalytic
Metal oxide semi conductor
DYK Infrared
Infrared
Methane open path

GAS DETECTORS CALIBRATION

Fixed methane gas
Calibration cylinders
Calibration
Open path alignment
Calibration and test

FLAME DETECTORS

Introduction
Flame sensors
Perturbations
Coverage and orientation
Settings
Testing

PUSH BUTTONS AND OUTPUTS

Manual call point and push button
Outputs

SMOKE AND HEAT DETECTORS

Indoor smoke detectors
Functional test
Heat indoor detector
Heat testing
Deported indication
Outdoor heat
Fusible loop
Linear heat detection

ADDRESSABLE SYSTEM

Conventional
Addressable
Multiplex

PERFORMANCE

PERFORMANCE

SUPERVISOR PART 1

Scope of work and manhours
Planning
Progress
Workfront
Optimization
Interface
Reporting
Backup
Delay
Management

SUPERVISOR PART 2

Testing tools
Material
Filing
Communication
Team spirit
Health

TECHNICIAN

Mindset
Technology
Safety
Permit to work
Tools
Consumables
Troubleshooting

FREE

TECHNICIAN

SUPERVISOR

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

In condition of watched all videos and passed assessments with minimum of 80% correct answers (no limitation of re-passing tests), learners will receive a certificate of completion.

This document confirms understanding and accomplishment of our training based on our standards.

The full content package providing advanced technical knowledge in instrumentation

Videos

60

Viewing time

8.6 hours

Duration*

4 months

The most important to master the fundamentals

Videos

50

Viewing time

6.5 hours

Duration

3.5 months

Register to get access to one video as an overview

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