Steam University Seminar

This is a Private Event for Fluor Associates Only

WHEN

October 25, 2019

9:00AM-3:30PM

WHERE

Fluor

C101 Multipurpose Room in Center 1

R.E. Mason has partnered with  Emerson to host a free, Steam University Seminar featuring: 

  • An introduction to steam systems
  • Boiler monitoring and blowdown
  • Safety relief valves
  • Trapping and pressure reduction fundamentals, selection, and sizings

Agenda At-A-Glance

Introduction to Steam Systems

  • Fundamentals of Steam (properties, benefits etc.)
  • Typical Steam Applications
  • Types of Steam (Wet / Dry; Saturated / Superheated / Flash)
  • Saturation Curve / Steam Table
  • Steam System Overview (Generation / Distribution / Use / Condensate Recovery)
  • Common Challenges in Steam Systems
  • Overview of ASME and ANSI Codes

Steam Generation Applications

  1. Overview of Steam Generation (15mins) – Rick Anderson
  2. Pressure Relief Applications for Steam Generation
  3. Boiler Blowoff / Blowdown Applications
  4. Boiler Level Monitoring

Steam Distribution Applications

  1. Steam Distribution Overview (15mins) – Chrystian Zapien
  2. Steam Trapping Fundamentals
  3. Steam Trap Maintenance / Testing
  4. Pressure Reduction Applications

Control Valve Applications in Steam Systems

  • Typical Control Valve Applications (e.g. Boiler Feedwater Valve)
  • Steam Conditioning Applications (e.g. Desuperheaters)

Isolation Valve Applications in Steam Systems

Presenters

Coming Soon

Location

Friday, October 25, 2019
9:00AM – 3:30PM

Fluor
100 Fluor Daniel Drive
Greenville, SC 29611

Sessions will be held in the C101 Multipurpose Room in Center 1

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