Oct 12, 2017– Abhisam is pleased to announce a Fieldbus Training Workshop in Thane and Mumbai, India on 27th and 28th Oct 2017. The workshop will cover major aspects of Fieldbus technology with theory as well as practical exercises on transmitters and valves, connected to a popular DCS. The workshop will be led by an experienced Abhisam Subject Matter Expert, who has more than 27 years of experience in the field of Instrumentation & Control Systems, all over the world and has completed several Fieldbus projects with thousands of I/Os.
A Certificate of Participation will be provided to all who participate in the workshop.
This unique workshop will cover the following topics.
Day 1: 27th Oct 2017- Location: Thane (near Castle Mills)
Time: 09:00 to 17:00 with 30 mins lunch break
Brief Outline of Topics Covered (Classroom Course)
1. Introduction to Bus Networks, types and Fieldbus Technology
2. Evolution from legacy measurement and control techniques
3. Introduction to FOUNDATION Fieldbus, HART and Profibus protocols
4. OSI Model
5. Physical Layer Characteristics, H1, H2, HSE Networks
6. Foundation Fieldbus (FF) Power Supplies and Sizing
7. FF Topologies such as Daisy Chain, Chicken Foot, etc
8. FF Data Link Layer, Cyclic and Acyclic Communications, Link Master, Link Active Scheduler
9. FF User Layer, various blocks such as Transducer block, PID blocks, etc, Control in Field concept, Macrocycles.
10. Design Engineering considerations for a Fieldbus project
Day 2: 28th Oct 2017- Location : Mumbai suburbs
Time: 10:00 hrs to 16:00 hrs with 30 min lunch break
On this day the participants will be taken to a lab having a setup of vessels, pumps and piping with installed Fieldbus transmitters & valves and a DCS. They will be demonstrated various practical exercises such as
1. Planning and setting up a Fieldbus segment
2. Commissioning of FF devices and interfacing with a DCS
3. Implementing Control in the Field with smart positioners
3. Troubleshooting various problems
Seats are very limited as Abhisam wants it to be a small focused group and the fees are exceptionally low, as compared to any Fieldbus workshop with a comparable coverage. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +91 22 21732956 to enroll.
For the moment these workshops will be held only in India and not the US.
If you are looking for a comprehensive e-learning Fieldbus course then take a look at our Fieldbus E-learning course here. After you get the course and take the associated exam, you can get a Certificate of Competency and an Electronic Badge as well, that you can share online.
April 26, 2017– Abhisam is pleased to announce a practical cum theory training workshop on AC Variable Frequency Drives at their Thane training center in Thane, India. The workshop will include both the theory and practical applications involving this technology. Led by industry experts with decades of experience in engineering, installation and maintenance of these systems, this is an opportunity not to be missed at all! The batch size is restricted to only 15 participants, on a first come first served basis. It will be conducted over two days in May 2017. Please contact email@example.com to enroll.
Known by alternate names such as Variable Speed Drives and Inverter Drives, this technology has become very popular, but there is a lot of knowledge gap between the state of the art today and what is taught as part of courses/curriculums at the college/university level. Engineers and technicians today need to understand not only how these VFDs work, they must also be able to do the following
This one of a kind workshop will enable the participant to do all this and more!
Abhisam is pleased to announce a two day workshop on Hazardous Areas, in Thane on 27th and 28th Jan 2017. It will be led by a renowned Industry expert with decades of experience in working with hazardous areas and explosion protected equipment. The workshop will cover everything that you wanted to know about hazardous areas but did not know whom to ask! Broadly the contents covered are given below.
Day 1: Hazardous Areas, Standards & Classification
· Hazardous Area Concepts- Hazards related to Vapours, Gases & Dust
· Learning from past Incidents related to hazardous areas
· Explosion mechanisms
· Area, Material & Temperature Classification
· Hazardous Area Standards & Codes including Indian & IEC/NEC/CENELEC/ATEX
· Important Updates in above standards
· Release mechanisms, extent of releases, estimating extent of hazardous areas
· Practical exercise in Hazardous Area Classification & drawing preparation
Day 2: Hazardous Area Equipment (Electrical & Instrumentation)
· Explosion Protection philosophy for electrical & instrumentation
· Methods of Protection including Explosionproof, Intrinsic Safety (including using zener barriers & isolators in loop design), Increased Safety, Dust Ignition protection, Pressurization, Purging, Oil Immersion
· Standards & Practices related to Hazardous Area Equipment- National & International including changes in ATEX
· Differences in equipment with conformance to IEC-Ex, IS & ATEX
· Hazardous Area Equipment Specifications
· Installation of Ex protected equipment including cable glands, personal competency, certification, marking/labelling
· Inspection & Maintenance of Ex protected equipment/Testing of equipment
· Interactive Q A session
Who should attend?
Design Engineers & Consultants, Maintenance/ Operations Engineers and executives, Safety Executives and Managers, Government authorities, Instrumentation suppliers, Control System suppliers, Inspection agencies, Shipping terminal engineers and other engineering professionals who work with plants and facilities in Oil & Gas facilities, offshore installations, gas based power plants, fertilizer plants, shipping terminals, chemical plants, petrochemical plants, LNG/CNG storage and processing plants would find this workshop immensely useful.
What will you get?
1. World class vendor neutral training from expert having decades of experience in the field.
2. Training material handouts, lunch/tea/coffee & electronic Certificate of participation.
To enroll, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
However if you are too busy to attend this, then you can also download our XPRTU software on Hazardous Area Instrumentation here.
Aug 9 , 2016- Abhisam’s Hazardous Area Workshop was held successfully on 5th and 6th Aug 2016 at Hotel Kohinoor Continental, Andheri, Mumbai. It was sold out a good two weeks before the start date! If you could not register for this one, look out for the next one that should take place in the next few months. The program was attended by engineers from Thyssenkrupp (UHDE), Siemens, L & T & others.
The workshop consisted of two programs, Program 1 (on 5th Aug 2016) covered Basic Concepts of flammability and explosivity of various materials, need for classification, area classification, material and temperature classification, how to designate Zones, practical exercises in marking these areas on plant layouts, things to consider including potential release points as well as quantities of materials released. It also covered a much neglected topic in the hazardous area field, namely dust explosions.
Program 2 (on 6th Aug 2016) covered the Basic Concepts of protection including various techniques such as Explosion proof, Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety, Non incendive and others, selection of equipment in new plants, maintenance of explosion protected equipment in plants, marking and labelling, differences in the various certifications such as ATEX versus IEC Ex. The session also included a Question and Answer session that was eminently conducted by Dr. B. K. Gupta, who has more than three decades of experience in the area of explosion protection and also a member of various standards committees that develop standards related to explosion protection. Typical questions answered were:
a) How does one test an explosionproof junction box?
b) Can one drill extra holes in such explosionproof Junction Boxes?
c) What should be the inspection frequency of explosion protected equipment?
d) How is Dust Ignition Proof protection different from Explosionproof protection?
e) What are the differences in ATEX Certification and IEC Ex?
f) Do ATEX certificates expire?
and many more. If you would also like to find the answers to these questions, then please sign up for the next such program OR download our Hazardous Area training course XPRTU software.