Instrumentation, Controls & Electrical Modules

  • Instrumentation Selection for Oil and Gas Applications
  • Control Systems for Oil and Gas Applications - Part 1

DURATION: approximately 5 hours

 

FEE: $395

 

This skill module introduces the learner to the field of instrumentation and control in the oil and gas industry.

 

DESIGNED FOR Facilities and Project Engineers as well as newly graduated Electrical, Controls, and Instrument Engineers (0-5 years) with a need to improve basic understanding of instrumentation and control systems within oil and gas facilities.

 

YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

  • Identify fluid properties as they relate to instrument selection in the oil and gas industry
  • Describe the material selection criteria in instrument selection
  • Gain guidance on some of the material compatibility requirements within the industry
  • Discuss the operation of switches, relays and solenoids
  • Describe the basic principles underlying the 4-20 mA instrument signal control loop
  • Describe typical instrumentation documentation
  • Describe the three main types of instrument connections

 

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DURATION: approximately 1.5 hours

 

FEE: $250

 

This skill module introduces the learner to control systems typically encountered in oil and gas facilities.

 

DESIGNED FOR Facilities and Project Engineers as well as newly graduated Electrical, Controls, and Instrument Engineers (0-5 years) with a need to improve basic understanding of instrumentation and control systems within oil and gas facilities.

 

YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

  • Describe the relationship between current, voltage, and resistance
  • Differentiate between self-powered and loop-powered devices
  • Explain the nature of backup AC and DC power
  • Describe what is control, types of control, and its purpose and architecture
  • Identify the nature of analog and digital input and output signals
  • Describe signals, the use of pneumatic actuators and control systems, and managing noise
  • Identify various signal converters and types of wiring and cabling
  • Describe instrument tag numbers, PID symbols, and documentation

 

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