Different valve designs discussed in detail.

     Moving 3D models to visualize all features.

     Text readouts and discussions.

     Design Advantages & Disadvantages explained.

Key Takeaways

  • Identify common valve types.

  • Identify and name valve components.

  • Know the characteristics and applications for different valve types.

  • Identify common valve actuators.

  • Chose a suitable valve for any application.

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Welcome to Introduction to Valves - part 2
    • 1.1 - Preliminary Courses
    • 1.2 - Welcome To The Advanced Course
    • 1.3 - How to get the most out of this course
  • 2
    Valve Components
    • 2.1 - Body
    • 2.2 - Bonnet
    • 2.3 - Trim
    • 2.4 - Disc and Seat
    • 2.5 - Stem
    • 2.6 - Actuator
    • 2.7 - Packing
    • 2.8 - Valve Functions and Basic Parts Summary
  • 3
    Valve Actuators
    • 3.1 - Introduction
    • 3.2 - Valve Actuator
    • 3.3 - Manual, Fixed and Hammer
    • 3.4 - Handwheels Fixed to Stem
    • 3.5 - Hammer Handwheel
    • 3.6 - Gears
    • 3.7 - Electric Motor Actuators
    • 3.8 - Pneumatic Actuators
    • 3.9 - Hydraulic Actuators
    • 3.10 - Self-Actuated Valves
    • 3.11 - Solenoid Actuated Valves
    • 3.12 - Speed of Power Actuators
    • 3.13 - Valve Position Indicator
    • 3.14 - Valve Actuators Summary
  • 4
    Valves Types
    • 4.1 - Gate Valves
    • 4.2 - Gate Valve Disc Design
    • 4.3 - Solid Wedge
    • 4.4 - Flexible Wedge
    • 4.5 - Split Wedge
    • 4.6 - Parallel Wedge
    • 4.7 - Gate Valve Stem Design
    • 4.8 - Gate Valve Seat Design
  • 5
    Globe Valve
    • 5.1 - Globe Valves
    • 5.2 - Globe Valve Body Designs
    • 5.3 - Z-Body Design
    • 5.4 - Y-Body Design
    • 5.5 - Angle Valve Design
    • 5.6 - Globe Valve Discs
    • 5.7 - Ball Disc
    • 5.8 - Composition Disc
    • 5.9 - Plug Disc
    • 5.10 - Globe Valve Disc and Stem Connections
    • 5.11 - Globe Valve Seats
    • 5.12 - Globe Valve Direction of Flow
    • 5.13 - Pneumatic Actuated Globe Valve
  • 6
    Ball Valve
    • 6.1 - Ball Valves
    • 6.2 - Ball Valve Advantages
    • 6.3 - Ball Valve Disadvantages
    • 6.4 - Ball Valve Port Patterns
    • 6.5 - Ball Valve Materials
    • 6.6 - Ball Valve Stem Design
    • 6.7 - Ball Valve Bonnet Design
    • 6.8 - Ball Valve Position
  • 7
    Plug Valve
    • 7.1 - Plug Valves
    • 7.2 - Plug Ports
    • 7.3 - Multiport Plug Valves
    • 7.4 - Plug Valve Discs
    • 7.5 - Diamond Port Plug
    • 7.6 - Lubricated Plug Valve Design
    • 7.7 - Non-Lubricated Plugs
    • 7.8 - Manually Operated Plug Valve Installation
    • 7.9 - Plug Valve Glands
  • 8
    Diaphragm Valve
    • 8.1 - Diaphragm Valves
    • 8.2 - Diaphragm Construction
    • 8.3 - Diaphragm Valve Stem Assemblies
    • 8.4 - Diaphragm Valve Bonnet Assemblies
  • 9
    Reducing Valve
    • 9.1 - Reducing Valves
  • 10
    Pinch Valve
    • 10.1 - Pinch Valves
    • 10.2 - Pinch Valve Bodies
  • 11
    Butterfly Valve
    • 11.1 - Butterfly Valves
    • 11.2 - Butterfly Valve Seat Construction
    • 11.3 - Butterfly Valve Body Construction
    • 11.4 - Butterfly Valve Disc and Stem Assemblies
  • 12
    Needle Valve
    • 12.1 - Needle Valves
    • 12.2 - Needle Valve Applications
    • 12.3 - Needle Valve Body Designs
  • 13
    Check Valve
    • 13.1 - Check Valves
    • 13.2 - Swing Check Valves
  • 14
    Relief and Safety
    • 14.1 - Relief and Safety Valves
    • 14.2 - Pilot Operated Relief Valves
  • 15
    Summary
    • 15.1 - Types of Valves Summary
  • 16
    Final Thoughts
    • 16.1 - Final Thoughts
    • 16.2 - Rate this Course & Continue Learning
  • Author

    saVRee 3D

  • Product Type

    Online Self-pased Course

  • Required Software

    None

  • Level

    All Levels

  • Duration

    3.5 hr

Course Description

Ever wondered: - Why do we need so many different valve types?
- What kind of valve is correct for x,y,z application?
- What are the pros and cons of each valve type?
- Why do valves have weird names i.e. butterfly valve?

This engineering course will help you answer all these questions...and many more! The course is designed to take you from zero to hero concerning valve knowledge. Even if you already have some background knowledge, this course will serve as an efficient refresher, whatever your level of understanding, or engineering background (HVAC, power engineering, oil and gas, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering etc.).

Interactive 3D models are used extensively to show you exactly how valves and their components work.

The course is packed with images, 2D animations, interactive 3D models and 3D animations and high quality written content. Written content has been read aloud so that you can 'learn on the go' without needing to watch the screen constantly.

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