In an Oil & Gas article, Using NACE standards to protect against corrosion, Emerson’s Ali Babakr and David Macedonia describe ways to effectively comply with the standards to better address corrosion risks.
Valves, Actuators & Regulators
Many of these IIoT applications, whether powered by the Internet or internal intranets, have become more relevant as employees increasingly work from remote locations, requiring enhanced collaboration among widely dispersed personnel. An example is the remote monitoring of valves, along with collaborating for maintenance and repair, to improve reliability.
At the Emerson Exchange Americas virtual series, Emerson’s Mike Hoyme and Stanley Af demonstrated diagnostics in the final elements within a safety instrumented function.
At the Emerson Exchange Americas virtual series, Emerson’s Reid Youngdahl, Trevor Stoakes and Michael Wyatt show ways to visualize control valve noise and ways to reduce it.
At the Emerson Exchange Americas virtual series, Emerson’s David Macedonia and Ali Babakr describes methods of protecting final control elements in corrosive applications.
At the Emerson Exchange Americas virtual series, Emerson’s Bryan Hodges, Jeff Gremillion and Luigi Bellan shared their expertise with ways to ensure safety in isolation valves used in cryogenic applications.
At the Emerson Exchange Americas virtual sessions, Emerson’s David Van Veen shared ways to improve operational performance with balance of plant valve optimization.
At the Emerson Exchange Americas Virtual Series, Emerson’s Erica Brackman shared ways to improve test bench performance using TESCOM ER5000 series electropneumatic actuator.
At the Emerson Exchange Virtual Series, Emerson’s Joe McHugh and SIS-TECH Solutions’ Angela Summers presented on achieving increased safety and reliability through a redundant architecture.
Austin Craft demonstrated the TopWorx for Emergency Shutdown valves which incorporates the HART 7 communications protocol during the Emerson Exchange Americas Virtual Series.
A series of five overpressure protection for natural gas distribution systems webcasts are now available on demand to explore the use of these solutions for safe, reliable and efficient pipeline operations.
Engineers who design safety systems are always mindful of a few basic truths: Anything can fail, so there should always be a backup. And sometimes, backups need backups. Looking at how this concept applies to pneumatically operated emergency shutdown (ESD) valves, and other similar on/off valves, is the main topic of Emerson’s Jeff Welch’s article in the November 2020 issue of Chemical Engineering.
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