SCHEMATIC INTERPRETATION & TROUBLESHOOTING
Provides an introduction to the engineering standards used in the development of Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) schematics for fluid control and fluid power systems. Also, basic electrical schematics are reviewed and the inter-relationships between electrical and hydraulic schematics are discussed. Includes instruction in the use of P&ID schematics to support systems troubleshooting.
Provides students with a basic knowledge of fasteners types, thread series, fastener strengths, fastener application, and thread repair techniques. Includes a discussion of hydraulic torque wrenches and their application. Oriented toward fasteners used in subsea applications
Students receive instruction in the proper use of basic measurement techniques and measurement equipment. Devices such as micrometers, calipers, surface gages, thickness gages, and thread gages will be covered. In addition, a detailed discussion and hands-on exercise of Rockwell Hardness Testers, Brinell Hardness Testers, and Shore Durometers will be included.
NON-DESTRUCTIVE INSPECTION TECHNIQUES
Course includes instruction in the proper techniques for using and evaluating non-destructive inspection systems such as magnetic particle, dye-penetrant, ultra-sonic, and radiographic equipment.
Provides instruction on the types and application of the various types of elastomeric and metal seals used in offshore operations. Includes a discussion of seal failure analysis techniques
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF COOLERS AND FANS
Provides an overview of the operation, maintenance, and safety of forced draft fans and cooling systems.
GENERAL VALVE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
Provides details regarding the types, functions, and application of various types of valve designs. Includes discussions of special purpose valves used in Choke And Kill control systems.
OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPRESSORS
Provides overview of construction and operating principles of compressors. Includes discussions of typical application of various types of compressors.
BASIC HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS
Provides overview of hydraulic and pneumatic power generation and distribution systems. Includes discussion of system components such as pumps, valves, control circuits, and actuators.
DIESEL ENGINE OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
Introduces the fundamentals of diesel engines and auxiliary support systems design for large diesel engines. Provides a discussion of the major subsystems of the diesel engine and an introduction to operations and troubleshooting techniques for these subsystems.
PORTABLE ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION
Provides instruction in the theory of power generation in portable systems such as diesel generators and emergency back-up systems. Includes a discussion of generator control circuits and troubleshooting techniques.
Provides the definition and causes of vibration in rotating equipment. Describes the equipment and monitoring systems required to analyze vibration sources and causes.
ELECTRICAL MOTORS AND MOTOR CONTROLS
Provides the fundamentals of electrical motors and motor control devices.
BATTERIES AND BATTERY CHARGING
Provides the fundamentals of operations and safety associated with battery usage.
LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE
This course describes the techniques and safety requirements for proper maintenance and operations of LOW voltage systems (<600 Volts) as required in NFPA 70B.
HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE
This course describes the techniques and safety requirements for proper maintenance and operations of HIGH voltage systems (>600 Volts) as required in NFPA 70E.
BASIC AND ADVANCED SHAFT ALIGNMENT TECHNIQUES
Reviews the different types of shaft misalignment problems and discusses the basic alignment tools and techniques for measurement and correction of misalignment of rotating shafts. Includes hands-on exercises in the use of mechanical and laser alignment tools.
Provides students with a hands-on laboratory to familiarize them in the proper techniques for electrical power and control circuit troubleshooting. Uses PC-simulated electrical problems to guide the student through proper technical and safety protocols in carrying out an effective electrical system troubleshooting and analysis. (Recommended for both electrical and non-electrical personnel.)