Introduction to Upstream Process Control: Separators and Compressors
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16th and 17th September 2014, Aberdeen
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This introductory two-day course is aimed at new Process and C&I Engineers working on Upstream Process Control applications. The first day provides a refresher into generic Process Control issues such as process dynamics, controller tuning and identifying problematic loops. The second day then introduces the control loops specific to typical offshore separators and also common compressor control schemes for anti-surge and load control.
All presented topics are supported by practical examples throughout and will provide trainees with the insight to tackle real-life problems. The course includes valuable simulation based exercises to reinforce the lecture based learning.
The course will be held in Amicus Apple, 67 Langstane Place, Aberdeen, AB11 6EN
|08:45||Welcome to The Course|
|09:00||Fundamentals of Process Control|
|11:00||Process Dynamics (continued)|
|11:45||Simulation Exercise: Obtaining Process Dynamics|
|13:45||Applying Control to the Process|
|14:45||Simulation Exercise: PID Tuning|
|15:45||What Makes Control Difficult|
|08:45||Overview of Enhanced Process Control|
|09:45||Introduction to Separator Control|
|11:00||Introduction to Separator Control (continued)|
|11:30||Simulation Exercise: Separator Control|
|13:15||Introduction to Compressor Control|
|15:00||Simulation Exercises (x2): Compressor Control|