About kishore karuppaswamy

Iam Btech having experience in saudi aramco as instrument engineer

Gulf Jobs

1. MOHAMMED AL-ZOABI CORPORATION-(MAZCO)
31451 DAMMAM
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 826-0080
FAX:-03 826 6618
E-MAIL:- mailto:info@mazco-sepam.com.sa

2. AL-YUSR TOWNSEND & BUTTOM CO. LTD. (AYTB)
31961 JUBAIL
PO BOX 10270
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 3415224
FAX:-03 3411587 / 357 4026
E-MAIL:- mailto:marketing@aytb.com

3. M. R. AL-KHATHLAN EST.FOR TRADING & CONTRACTING
31941 RAHIMA
PO BOX 23
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 6673772
FAX:- 03 6670820
E-MAIL:- mailto:info@mrk.com.sa

4. HASSAN A. KARIM AL-GAHTANI SONS CO. FOR TRADING & CONTRACTING (HAKA)
31942 DHAHRAN,DOHA CAMP
PO BOX 38968
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 8820222
FAX:- 03 8828332
E-MAIL:- mailto:thomast@hakgroup.com

5. M. S. AL-SUWAIDI INDUSTRIAL SERVICES CO. LTD.
31951 JUBAIL INDUSTRIAL CITY
PO BOX 991
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 341 5939
FAX:- 03 3419629
E-MAIL:- mailto:sisjubail@alsuwaidi.com.sa
6. JAL INTERNATIONAL
31961 JUBAIL IND’L. CITY
PO BOX 10992
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 341-2121
FAX:- 03 341 5986
E-MAIL:- mailto:jal@jalinternational.com

7. ARABIAN CONSULTING ENGINEERING CENTER
31592 AL-KHOBER
PO BOX 3790
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 8825555
FAX:- 03 8825960
E-MAIL:- mailto:mail@acec-sa.com

8. DAR AL-RIYADH CONSULTANTS CSS DIVISION
31952 AL-KHOBAR
PO BOX 20753
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 8919594
FAX:- 03 8611180
E-MAIL:- mailto:k.samuel@darcssd.com

9. ABDULLA H. AL-MUTAWA SONS’ CO.
KING FAISAL STREET
31413 DAMMAM
PO BOX 9278
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 8561169
FAX:- 03 8502557
E-MAIL:- mailto:ahmutawa@almutawa.com.sa

10. ARABIAN FAL CO. FOR CONTG. & TRDG.
31941 RAHIMA
PO BOX 88
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 6680111
FAX:- 03 6670990
E-MAIL:- mailto:corporate@arabianfal.com

11. CENTRAL MAINTENANCE FOR INDUSTRIAL PLANT COMPANY
MASHOOR STREET
31951 JUBAIL
PO BOX 736
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 3624694
FAX:- 03 3611817
E-MAIL:- mailto:cemipco@marpco.com

12. AL-HINDI COMPANY
31952 AL-KHOBER
PO BOX 614
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03-822 1144
FAX:- 03-8221588
E-MAIL:- mailto:ALHIDIGR@ZAJIL.NET
13. AL-HUGAYET TRADING & CONT. EST.
31461 DAMMAM
PO BOX 3411988
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 3411988
FAX:- 03 3412469
E-MAIL:- mailto:imtiaz@alhugayet.com

14. SHAFIQ TRADING & CONTRACTING EST.
KING ABDUL AZIZ STREET
31412 DAMMAM
PO BOX 4728
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 8349669
FAX:- 03 8349691
E-MAIL:- mailto:shafiq@saudionline.com.sa

15. MUBARAK S. AL-HAJRI EST.
31961 JUBAIL
PO BOX 10964
SAUD ARABIA
TEL:- 03 362 4255
FAX:- 03 3618037
E-MAIL:- mailto:ashcosa@yahoo.com
16. CORE ENGINEERING
31473 DAMMAM
PO BOX 12482
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 8301351
FAX:- 03 8310265
E-MAIL:– mailto:compusof@sahara.com.sa

17. SUHAIMI DESIGN
31451 DAMMAM
PO BOX 2202
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 8347660
FAX:- 03 8341032
E-MAIL:- mailto:info@suhaimidesign.com

18. HASHIM EST.FOR GENERAL CONTRACTING
99999 YANBU
PO BOX 629
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 04 390 2499
FAX:- 04 3902499

19. ADEIB AL-ZAMIL & KHALID AL-JABR CO. (DAR CONSULTING ENGINEERING)
31961 JUBAIL INDUSTRIAL CITY
PO BOX 11662
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 3417773
FAX:- 03 3417776
E-MAIL:- mailto:admin@darconsult.com

20. SILVER HORSE TRADING AND GENERAL CONT. EST.
JUBAIL 39161
PO BOX 35208
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 361 1940
FAX:- 03 3618220
E-MAIL:- mailto:silverhorse_sa@yahoo.com

21. SAEED R AL-ZAHRANI CORP. ( SRACO)
DAMMAM 31452
PO BOX 6669
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 843 3441
FAX:- 03 8433454
E-MAIL:- mailto:info@sraco.com.sa

22. MOHAMMED S. AL-RABAH & PARTNER CO. (MARPCO)
TAREEQ 114,IND.PARK AREA
PO BOX 11505
JUBAIL 31961
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL:- 03 3411837
FAX:- 03 3416068
E-MAIL:- mailto:msarco@marpco.com

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Reynold’s number

Reynolds number named after Osborne Reynolds (1842 – 1912), gives relation between inertial and viscous forces of fluid flow. If inertial forces (flow rate) are much bigger and Reynolds number is higher than critical, Re > 2320, turbulent fluid flow will occur and if viscous forces are big enough in compare to inertial (flow rate), Reynolds number is lower than critical, Re < 2320, laminar fluid flow character will occur.

For calculation of Reynolds number in closed pipe fluid flow mean velocity, fluid viscosity and internal pipe diameter should be known. Reynolds number is proportional to fluid flow mean velocity and pipe diameter and inversely proportional to fluid viscosity.

Reynolds number is calculated using following equation:

The Reynolds Number is given by the formula:

Where:
µ = the viscosity of the fluid,
V = the velocity of the object,
D = the diameter or length (basically the shape of the  object),
ρ=the density of the fluid.

With Reynolds number calculator you can analyze what makes fluid flow regime laminar and what is needed to force the fluid to flow in turbulent regime. For example – in pipes with very small internal diameter it is more likely to have laminar flow regime with small Reynolds number even for fluid with low viscosity. In fluid flow with temperature change flow regime can change from turbulent to laminar flow regime, as viscosity is changing depending on the fluid temperature.

Calculator can be used for all fluids and flow rates without any restriction. Calculator is applicable for fluid mixtures also, but viscosity of mixture must be entered.

 

 

 

Calibration Procedure of displacer type Level transmitter

Procedure:

*Ask panel man to put the controller in manual mode for control loop and to put it on MOS for ESD loop.
*Hook up HART Communicator and verify some parameters by refer to data sheet. Typical parameters are, tag number, PV, LRV and URV.
*Isolate the instrument from the process.
WARNING – If the process is hazardous, please unsure proper flushing is done to remove the entire hazard.
Remove isolation drain valve and open the vent flange
*Connect water pump to drain line and line up the reference tube
*Calculate the new measurement to get equivalent up trust force with S.G and length
*Mark on the chamber for reference calibration
*Hook up a multimeter in series with the signal to the DCS to measure current signal.
*Apply water level until 0% marking on chamber
*Multimeter should show 4mA
If not, do zero adjustment at transmitter using HART Communicator
Apply water level until 100% marking on chamber
*Multimeter should show 20mA
*If not, do span adjustment at transmitter using HART Communicator
*Verify the linearity by increasing and decreasing the pressure (0%,25%,50%,75%,100%,75%,50%,25% and 0%of range)
*After completion of the job ask panel operator to put loops back in normal mode or normalize the MOS

Example Calculation:
Low S.G=0.802
High S.G= 0.992
A= 810mm (measurement length)
0% = (A x Low S.G)
= (810 x 0.802)
= 649.42 mm
100% = (A x High S.G)
= (810 x 0.992)
= 803.52 mm

Kishore Karuppaswamy

 

 
 
Kishore Karuppaswamy

Iam kishore karuppaswamy mundiyan,S/o Karuppaswamy Appu and Santha Karuppaswamy Mundiyan born and brought up in koduvayur, Palakkad ,Kerala,India.Iam an Instrument Engineer having experience inSaudi Aramco Luberef in Yanbu,Saudi Arabia.Iam Btech in ECE,and is interested in movies ,religion ,instrumentation,and reading and writing.This site is made for acquiring,sharing,and increase of my knowledge and my ideas and personal views,

Thanking you,

Kishore Karuppaswamy Mundiyan

kishorekoduvayur@gmail.com

http://www.wix.com/kishorekoduvayur/kishore-karuppaswamy-koduvayur

Chemical Hazard Pictograms

nfpaHazard Pictograms  Can be Used to Convey Chemical Hazards

Many container labels will have diamond or a box that is divided into color coded sections: Health (blue), Flammability (Red), Reactivity (Yellow) and Other or Corrosive (white). Numbers of 0-4 will be assigned to each section of the diamond to indicate the degree of hazard; 0 indicates low hazard, and 4 is highest level of hazard.

Ingress protection

INGRESS PROTECTION

While reading the instrument specification or electrical equipment specification you might have seen IP classes.IP is interpreted as Ingress protection.Ip calsses stands for specifying the environmental protection of electrical equipments. With ingression protection class we can understand, an instrument can withstand in which environmental condition. While selecting the instrument it is important to consider the ip class. Price of the instrument also varies according to their ip class.

 

IP class is represented with number. First digit of IP indicates how much the instrument is protected from dust. Second digit of the IP rating indicates how much the instrument is protected from water.

 

First digit of IP rating

0 = No protection

1 = Protected against touch by hands (>50mm)

2 = Protected against touch by fingers (>12mm)

3 = Protected against tools and wires (>2.5mm)

4 = Protected against tools and small wires (>1mm)

5 = Limited dust ingress protection

6 = Total dust ingress protection

 

Second digit of IP rating

0 = No protection

1 = Protected against condensation

2 = Protected against water spray < 15 degrees from vertical

3 = Protected against water spray < 60 degrees from vertical

4 = Protected against water spray from any direction

5 = Protected against low pressure water jets from any direction

6 = Protected against high pressure water jets from any direction

7 = Protected against immersion between 15cm and 1m depth

8 = Protected against long term immersion to a specified pressure