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Arabian American Center April Training & Development
Program Title:
Cause and Effect Diagram & Performance of Process Static Equipment
Location:
Cairo
Date:
08.04.2018 - 12.04.2018
Fees:
$ 2500

Description

Course Objective

This course is designed to provide practical and theoretical aspects of cause and effect diagram, and performance of process static equipment.

The participants will learn what is a Cause-and-Effect Diagram and the benefits of using it, when it should be used and how to develop it

 

The participants will also be able to review performance of process static equipment, understand the safe design and operation of pressurized process equipment, follow the procedure for inspection and testing of process equipment, and apply the fundamental concepts and strategies to prevent failures.


Target Audience

                        Process engineers


Course Contents

               • Cause and Effect Diagram of Complete Facility

                                What is a Cause-and-Effect Diagram?

                                Benefits of Using a Cause-and-Effect Diagram

                                When should a team use a Cause-And-Effect Diagram?

                                Why should we use a Cause-and-Effect Diagram?

                                How do we develop a Cause-and-Effect Diagram?

                    

                                Identify and clearly define the outcome or EFFECT to be analyzed

                                Fill in the Effect Box and Draw the Spine

                                Identify Main Categories for each major branch, identify other specific factors

                                   which may be the CAUSES of the EFFECT

                                Identify increasingly more detailed levels of causes and continue organizing them

                                    under related causes or categories.

                                Identify Causes Influencing the Effect

                                Add Detailed Levels and Analyze the Diagram


               • Performance of Process Static Equipment

                                Planning Performance

                                Coaching Performance

                                Reviewing Performance

                                Performance Assessment Requirements

                                Controller Performance Assessment Standards

 

                                DEFINITIONS

                                Performance Improvement

                                What is Driving Performance Improvement?

                                What Contributes to Successful Performance Improvement?

                                Performance Improvement – Theory

 

                                A Performance Improvement Strategy

                                Performance Improvement Teams

                                Team Roles

                                Organize a team that knows the process

                                Understand the process and learn the causes of variation

 

                                Tools

                                Flowchart

                                Cause & Effect Diagram


               • Static Equipment

                                Process Equipment Fundamentals

                                Basic Terms and Conditions

                                How Trays Work: Flooding

                                Why Control Tower Pressure

                                What Drives Distillation Towers

 

                                How Reboilers Work

                                Inspecting Tower Internals

                                How Instruments Work

                                Packed Towers: Better than Trays?

                                Steam and Condensate Systems

 

                                Bubble Point and Dew Point

                                Steam Strippers

                                Draw-Off Nozzle Hydraulics

                                Pump arounds and Tower Heat Flows

                                Condensers and Tower Pressure Control

 

                                Air Coolers

                                Deaerators and Steam Systems

                                Vacuum Systems: Steam Jet Ejectors

                                Surface Condensers

                                Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchangers

 

                                Heat Exchanger Innovations

                                Fired Heaters: Fire- and Flue-Gas Side

                                Fired Heaters: Process Side

                                Refrigeration Systems

                                Cooling Water Systems

 

                                Catalytic Effects: Equilibrium and Kinetics

                                Control Valves

                                Separators: Vapor-Hydrocarbon-Water

                                Safety Concerns Relief Valves, Corrosion, and Safety Trips

                                Corrosion—Process Units

 

                                Fluid Flow in Pipes

                                Super-Fractionation Separation Stage

                                Computer Modeling and Control

                                Field Troubleshooting Process Problems

                                Tanks/ Tank Farms


               • Pumps

                                INTRODUCTION

                                CLASSIFICATION OF PUMPS

                                RECIPROCATING PUMP

                                AIR CHAMBER

                                CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

 

                                PRIMING OF A CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

                                COMPARISION BETWEEN RECIPROCATING PUMPS AND CENTRIFUGAL

                                     PUMPS

                                ROTARY PUMPS

                                PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF DIFFERENT PUMPS

                                CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM

                                PERFORMANCE OF PUMP


               • Compressors

                                INTRODUCTION

                                Categories and Types  

                                Compression Process   

                                Characteristics & Terminologies  

                                Key Design Parameters  

 

                                Compressor Control Methods

                                Calculation Method/Typical Format & Examples  

                                Selection Guidelines   

                                Troubleshooting

                                CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM

                                PERFORMANCE OF COMPRESSORS


               • Gas Turbine

                                Purpose

                                Basic Structure

                                Operation and Control

                                Troubleshooting

                                CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM

                                PERFORMANCE OF COMPRESSORS


               • Heat Exchanger Analysis

                                (1) Heat Exchanger Types

                                (2) Heat Exchanger Analysis Methods

                                Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient

                                fouling, enhanced surfaces

 

                                LMTD Method

                                Effectiveness-NTU Method

                                CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM

                                PERFORMANCE OF HEAT EXCHANGERS


               • Furnaces

                                Type of Furnaces and Major Parts

                                Burners F/G, F/O, Major Parts

                                Combustion, NOX Control

                                Furnace Initial Startup after Construction

 

                                Furnace Normal Startup after Shutdown

                                Operation & Troubleshooting

                                CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM

                                PERFORMANCE OF Furnaces


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