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Learning Units (Hours)
Peter Smith, HNC (Mech)
This is a 3 hour course utilizing an extract from my book "The Valve Selection Handbook", published by Elsevier and now in it's 5th Edition. The extract, on Terminology of Valves, is from Appendix E, "Valve Glossary", from "The Valve Selection Handbook" pages 363 to 381. This is a very extensive listing of words, terms and abbreviations used to describe valves.
It is essential that the individuals who are responsible for specifying, procuring, inspection and the installation are familiar with the terminology used to describe the function, construction, inspection and testing of all type of valve used in the Oil & Gas Industry.
This course will test the Students knowledge of the Valves used for the Oil & Gas Industry.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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