Introduction to Valves

saVRee 5 hours and 4 minutes

Valves are used in every engineering industry on the planet. When you wash your hands, you open a valve. When you shower, you open a valve. Valves are required any time you want to start, stop, or control flows within a system.

Have you ever wondered: Why do we need so many different valve types; what kind of valve is correct for the x,y, and z applications; what are the pros and cons of each valve type; or why do valves have such weird names e.g. butterfly valve?

This engineering course will help you answer all these questions and many more! This 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 (oil & gas, mechanical engineering, HVAC, chemical engineering, power engineering etc.).

Interactive 3D models are used extensively to show you exactly how valves and their components work. This course is packed with images, 2D animations, 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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saVRee exists to help people learn about the fascinating world of engineering. Since opening the website in 2017, we have helped over 50,000 online students increase their engineering knowledge. We have also helped our clients train thousands of their own trainees and apprentices, particularly in the Power Generation, Oil and Gas, Automotive, and Electrical Engineering industries. Our goal is to become the best place to acquire reliable, accessible and affordable engineering knowledge.

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  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 5 hours and 4 minutes
  5. Intended for: Any individual working with valves, or who wants to learn about valves.
  6. Reference: Based on parts of SOLAS Chapter 1.