A basic level of proficiency in the Microsoft Windows environment is assumed. The number and relative experience levels of the attendees will dictate the content of the course.
SY-25 Synergi Gas standard training
Add to calendar 2018/10/30 09:00 2018/11/01 18:00 SY-25 Synergi Gas standard training This course is designed for engineers or experienced technicians who are responsible for planning, design or analysis of natural gas pipelines and networks
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This course is designed for engineers or experienced technicians who are responsible for planning, design or analysis of natural gas pipelines and networks. Course material and examples focus on standard Synergi functionality, analysis of models, hydraulic theory and the operation of the physical components of a network. It is a perfect blend of lecture and hands-on workshops to ensure that you take away the knowledge to effectively and efficiently use the product.
The following topics are covered:
- Model settings
- Workspaces and equipment warehouse
- Exchange files
- Demand files
- Subsystems and printing
- Facility types discussed in detail include pipes, valves and regulators
If time allows, regulator stations may also be covered. You will take away a helpful binder full of the lecture slides and workshops to refer to at a later date, along with the training files on a flash drive.
To gain both working and theoretical knowledge of Synergi Gas gas distribution software.
Engineers, planners, and technicians who will be using Synergi Gas to model natural gas pipelines and networks. In addition, managers will benefit from learning the program’s capabilities. Users who have had training on older versions of the software will find most of the course a review, but will benefit from hands-on work with the most recent release plus the ability to work through any lingering issues in a classroom environment.