Ball, butterfly, diaphragm, gate, pinch, piston, and plug valves are examples of isolation valves. Ball, butterfly, diaphragm, globe, needle, pinch, and plug valves are examples of regulation valves. Pressure relief and vacuum relief valves are two types of safety relief valves. Swing check and lift check valves are examples of non-return valves.
A valve is a mechanism or natural thing that opens, closes, or partially obstructs numerous passages to regulate, direct, or control the flow of a fluid (gases, liquids, fluidized solids, or slurries).
The body, bonnet, trim (internal elements), actuator, and packing are all basic parts of all valves, regardless of type.
The most typical method for sizing a control valve is to determine the flow coefficient, Cv, which is a measure of the valve body and trim capacity. A valve Cv is defined as the number of gallons per minute (GPM) that will travel through a valve with a pressure drop of 1 psi at 60°F (15.5°C).
Valves control fluid flow by controlling a pressure decrease in a pipeline. Valves are a popular final control element in a process control system that keep pressure, temperature, composition, and other process variables constant.
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