FLO-Master

$1,095.00

The two-day FLO-Master Training seminar provides attendees with a detailed understanding of how piping systems operate. By simulating the interaction of pipelines, pumps, components, and controls throughout the system, participants will gain a greater knowledge of piping system devices and how they
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FLO-Master

The two-day FLO-Master Training seminar provides attendees with a detailed understanding of how piping systems operate. By simulating the interaction of pipelines, pumps, components, and controls throughout the system, participants will gain a greater knowledge of piping system devices and how they operate.

During the FLO-Master Training, instructors demonstrate a comprehensive step-by-step approach to using PIPE-FLO® which covers features, tips, and tools that are not available through the basic program tutorial.

After attending a FLO-Master Training seminar, attendees will be able to build PIPE-FLO® system models faster, tackle the most complex fluid piping project, and design a more efficient piping system.

This two-day course runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days and is worth 16 PDH.

Who should attend?

FLO-Master Training seminars are ideal for those using the PIPE-FLO® Professional program to design, build, operate, and maintain fluid piping systems. Both new and experienced PIPE-FLO® Professional users will gain from this class because it covers everything from piping system operation to a comprehensive exploration of the PIPE-FLO® software.

Course objective

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Build a PIPE-FLO® Professional piping system model in less time
  • Use fluid flow theory to gain an understanding of the total piping system
  • Maximize the use of PIPE-FLO® Professional's program features and increase productivity while decreasing capital, maintenance, and operating costs
  • Course Topics

  • PIPE-FLO® Introduction
  • Building a Model
  • Calculations
  • Validation and Operating Scenarios
  • System Modifications
  • Using Datalink
  • Engineering Data Tables
  • High Point with Siphon Effect
  • Variable Speed Pump System
  • Compressible Gas System