Ancillary and Tertiary gather pressure, temperature and analyzer information used with the output from a meter, assisting an operator in reading measurement processes such as temperature, pressure, density and water cut. In this course, you'll learn about the significance and importance of the accuracy requirements of devices like pressure transmitter, temperature transmitter and how they work with the meter, and their best configuration. You'll also learn how to interpret readings from tank gauges, have a clear understanding of how to use a weigh scale is to measure oil, and about Flow Computer and Electronic Flow Measurement (EFM).
When you finish this course, you'll be able to explain the purpose of water cut analyzers and densitometers, temperature measurement, Resistance thermometer — Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) — the accuracy requirement for temperature measurement, proper installation of a temperature device and the effect of temperature on density.
Senior Liquid Measurement Supervisors, Measurement Technicians/Technologists, Measurement & Control Technicians, Measurement Analysts and Operators, Instrumentation Technicians, Automation Team Leaders, Measurement Engineers, Reliability Managers, Measurement and Logistics Technicians, Production Accountants, Hydrocarbon Measurement Specialists and their managers, Petroleum Measurement Technical Leaders, Advanced Gas Measurement Technicians looking to advance their knowledge on Ancillary & Tertiary Devices will benefit from this course.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Hydrocarbon Measurement Certificate of Achievement : Required Courses