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GAS DETECTION AND FLOW MEASUREMENT

GAS DETECTION AND FLOW MEASUREMENT

Hotel Aston, Bandung | 29 – 31 May  2013 | IDR  9.750.000,- /Participant
Hotel Aston, Bandung | 20 – 22 November  2013 | IDR  9.750.000,- /Participant

 

 

OBJECTIVES :

This course is intended to give a breadth and depth analysis in gas detection problems which are actually and frequently occurred in the field. In this course the way to diagnose and solve the problem will be shown. Beside that how to detect ant determine micelleneous constituents in gas will be presented too.

GOALS :

The participants will be brought to current methods in analyzing gas detection problems that occured in actual fields. Skills in identifying various problems will be build during the course. The modern technique uses a relatively complicated method, but, more accurate and serves much more information needed for gas detection and analysis.

After participate in this course, the participants will be able and capable to :

  • Understand the basic concept of gas handling processes and operation, and how to operate this technology in field application.
  •  Diagnostic of gas detection in oil and gas field under actual drive mechanism and future performance with current handling processes.
  • Analyze the gas detection under with actual handling system processes using various methods and to plan the better development of gas processing system.
  • Understand the fundamentals of microscopic and macroscopic aspects and phenomena of gas  detection, calculation and operation.

 

AUDIENCE:

No specified  (Operator/ Sr. Operator/Engineer or Non Engineer)

 

 

COURSE OUT-LINE:

  • Introduction to Gas Process and Operation
  • Gas Properties
  •  Ideal gas
  • Real Gas
  • Gas Formation Volume Factor
  • Gas Compressibility
  • Gas-Water System
  • Gas-Condensate System
  •  Gas Detection and Sampling
  • Size and Type of Sampling
  • Standard Conditions for Sampling
  • Sample Lines and Connections
  •  Confining Fluids
  • Metering Samples
  • Collection of Samples
  •  Volumetric Analysis of Gas by Chemical Methods
  • Theory of Gas Analysis
  • Analytical Apparatus
  • Accuracy and Precision
  • Absorbent  Solutions for Gaseous Components
  • Combustion Methods for Gaseous Components
  • Analytical Procedures
  •  Low Temperature Fractional Distillation Analysis
  •  Introduction
  •  Fractional Apparatus
  • Application of Fractional Apparatus
  •  Other Analytical Methods
  • Mass Spectrometer
  • Infra Red Analyser
  • Gas Chromatograph
  • Detection and Determination of Micellaneous Constituents
  • Hydrogen Sulfide
  • Organic and Total Sulfur
  • Water Vapor
  • Nitrogen Compounds
  •  Detection  and Determination of CarbonMonoxide in Minute Concentrations
  •  Maximim Allowance Concentration of CarbonMonoxide in Air Breathed
  •  Micellaneous for Trace Detention and Determination
  •  Detection and Determination of Suspended Particles
  • Sampling
  • Dust Detection and Determination
  •  Tar Detection and Determination
  •  Gas Calorimetry
  • Water-Flow Calorimetry
  • Cutler-Hammer Recording Calorimetry
  • Other Recording Calorimeter
  •  Gas Density and Specific Gravity
  •  Density
  • Specific Gravity
  •  Gas Pressure Meaurements
  • Pitot Tubes
  •  Liquid Column Manometers
  •  Multiplying Gages
  • Micromanometers
  • Gages for Locating Liquid Surface
  • Mechanical Pressure Gages
  • Gage Calibration
  • Vacuum or Low Absolute Pressure Gages
  • Laboratory Determination of Gas Appliance Pressure Drop
  •  Gas Temperature Measurements
  • Flue Gas Temperature Measurements
  • Liquid-in-Glass Thermometers
  • Liquid-Expansion Thermometers
  • Liquid Pressure Thermometers
  • Gas-and Vapor-Prewssure Thermometers
  •  Bimetallic Thermometers
  • Thermocouples
  • Resitance Thermometers
  • Radiation Pyrometers
  • Optical Pyrometers
  • Electrical Temperature Measuring Instruments
  •  Pyrometric Cones, Crayons, Pellets, Lacquer
  •  Calibration of Temperature Instruments
  • SurfaceTemperatrure
  • BTU Meters

INSTRUCTOR :

Dr.Ir. Sudjati Rachmat, DEA

 

CO-INSTRUCTOR :

Ir. Iwan Mulyawan, MSc

Dr. Ir. Sudjati Rachmat, DEA was graduated from Petroleum Engineering Department of ITB in 1979 and hold Doctorate Degree with honored in 1987 from Ecole Centrale de Lyon I, France. The topic of his thesis is Modelisation Numerique d’Ecoulements Polyphasiques en Milieux Poreux Application au Cas de Calcul des Champs de Pressions et de Saturations dans un Gisement de Petrole.

For the time being, he became a lecturer in Petroleum Engineering Department of ITB. His subjects are Analysis and Numerical Method, Engineering Mathematics, Computer Simulation, Fluid Mechanic, Artificial Intelligence for Petroleum Engineering.

He also gave many courses to the community, such as: basic reservoir engineering and reservoir simulation, basic production engineering, down hole well testing, statistic and numerical method for petroleum engineering, basic log interpretation, etc. He is a member of some profession organization such as: IATMI, SPE/EIME, IMA, HAIAI, FPS-USA,

 

VANUE AND DATE

Vanue  : Hotel Aston Braga  Bandung

Date

  • 29 – 31 May  2013  ( Batch I )
  • 20 – 22 November   2013 ( Batch II)

FACILITIES

  •  Training Kit
  • Soft Copy Material Training On Flashdisk 4GB.
  •  Coffee Break & Lunch
  • Certifikat
  • Souvenir
  • Additional Program (optional)

INVESTATION

IDR  9.750.000,- /Participant Non residential. Fir send 3 participant from the same company IDR. 8.250.000,-/participant.

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