Piping systems are used to transport fluids from one location to another within industrial facilities.
Piping engineers play a vital role in surface facilities development and piping design for efficient transportation of gases, liquids etc, within petroleum refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants, natural gas processing facilities, etc.
This course is structured to improve the confidence level of engineers in piping engineering design. The training outline and techniques are tailored to fit ASME code requirements.
In this course, case studies and end-of-course dummy piping design project will be utilized to drive home the key learning points and ensure applicability of knowledge acquired.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand major concepts of piping system design
- Understand ASME code piping engineering design requirements
- Determine the routing of pipes and requirement of items such as manholes, vents, drains etc. as per requirement or international/company standards
- Professionally handle piping engineering design during conceptual, FEED, detailed design and follow-on engineering stages of engineering project.
Course Content Summary
Some of the course topics are:
- Understanding Piping Fundamentals
- ASME Codes and Other Standards for Piping Engineering and Design.
- Pipe Fittings, Pipe Components/application, and Specialty Items
- Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams including As-Built Drawings, Modification Drawings, Demolition Drawings
- Plot Plan in Piping Engineering
- Isometrics in Piping Engineering
- Piping Spools and Piping Support
- Piping Engineering Hydraulics
- Designing Piping System per Codes and Standards
- Pipe Stress and Stress Analysis in Piping Engineering
- Piping Specification
NOTE: The forty (40) hours course contains more topics/details than the fifteen (15) hours course.
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