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Mark I & II Multiplex (MUX) Control System – Hydraulic

Five-Day Course Description
Overview
This course covers Cameron’s Mark I & II multiplex (MUX)
control systems, discussing how the control systems
function and communicate from a hydraulic perspective.

Who Should Attend?
Personnel who will operate the equipment or personnel
designated to oversee operation of the equipment should
attend this course.

Prerequisites
Before participating in this course, each student should
have basic product knowledge.

Organization
This is an instructor-led (lecture-based) course, in which
discussions are highly encouraged. Short quizzes are
given throughout the course as well as at the end of
each module. Instructors are available at the beginning
and end of each class to answer questions and/or review
information. In order to receive credit for satisfactorily
completing this course, students are required to pass the
comprehensive final exam with a score of at least 70%.
Certificates of Completion are awarded to all students
who successfully receive credit for the course.

• Where different valve types are used 2. Documentation • Nine volumes of documentation • Drawing types • Exercise using bill of materials (BOMs) and assembly drawings • Transact and Cameron’s website 5. Surface Hydraulic Equipment • Overview of power/signal/fluid flow through surface skids • Walk through surface skid operation • Diverter functions and diverter interlock sequence • HPU functionality and components • Mixing unit functionality and components . Valves and Regulators • Test initial knowledge level of students to help prepare instructor • Valve types • Explain class times. seal plates. riser fill-up valve. hydraulic power unit (HPU). hotline. conduit valve package flow • Ram block types • Detailed control pod fluid flow • Annular functionality • Connector types and functionality 8. Hydraulic Symbols • Purpose and function of hydraulic symbols • Where hydraulic components will be used • Seal test procedure 10. lunch times.C O U R S E C O N T E N T Learning Objectives Explain the purpose and function of stack equipment • Know how to interpret Cameron’s hydraulic drawings and symbols • Explain how to trace the power and communication network • Explain how to trace the hydraulic fluid flow through the control system • Know how to interpret what happens when firing a function from a hydraulic perspective Course Outline 1. bathroom locations. Drilling Overview • BOP functionality • Bonnet types • Seal rings. Fluid Flow Overview • Detailed surface fluid flow (mixing unit.) • Signal overview from button to function 3. Power and Communications • Gate valve functionality • Power overview from surface to solenoid valve • Riser overview (telescoping joint. Control Panel Operation 9. etc. Pressure Balanced Oil Field (PBOF) Cables • Walk through firing a function and what to look for electrically and hydraulically to see if the function fired correctly • Connector types • Event logger overview • Leak test procedure • Portable Electronic Test Unit (PETU) overview • Building and filling a PBOF cable 4. diverter control unit) • ST-Lock functionality • Conduit line. and pistons 7. etc. Pre-Test and Welcome 6.

General Maintenance • Best practices when rebuilding any valve • Fluid cleanliness and filter maintenance 14.11. Subsea Hydraulic Equipment • Detailed subsea equipment walk through • Subsea equipment procedures • Failsafe kits 12. Emergency Control Systems • Autoshear • Emergency Disconnect System (EDS) and HP functions • Acoustics • ROV • Automatic Mode Function (AMF) • Failsafe kits 13. Post-Test/Evaluations • Post-test grading • Students to complete course evaluation • Additional wrap-up .

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