Length: 3 days
Detail engineering in piping projects consists of the engineering, design, detail and layout of process and utility equipment, piping and instrumentation. This three-day course provides participants with the background required to design, engineer and complete piping assignments.
This course should be of interest to people employed in any area that piping is present (Refinery, Chemical, Power, Pulp and Paper, Utility etc.). The course introduces engineers, designers and construction personnel to the various procedures involved in the development and engineering of Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P & ID’s), Equipment Plot Plans, and Piping Arrangements. Additional material shall cover pipe sizing, pump calculations and piping stress analysis.
Traditionally, there has been little formal training in this area and design decisions often have to be made based on practical considerations without formulae or code reinforcement. Completing piping drawings take up the majority of man-hours in the design of a process plant.
Each participant will receive a copy of the book, Detail Engineering and Layout of Piping Systems by Bob Wilson.
The instructor requests that each participant brings his/her laptop to class.
You Will Learn To
- Produce pipe sizing calculations and complete pressure drop calculations
- Select and size pumps and equipment
- Prepare equipment specifications and drawings
- Interpret piping specifications, instrumentation and process control
- Specify piping components, valves and fittings, piping hangers and supports
- Perform a static piping stress analysis
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Who Should Attend
- Piping engineering and design personnel wishing to expand their knowledge of piping and instrumentation
- Engineers, designers, CAD operators and draftspersons in the piping field
- Practicing engineers and designers who may have experience in related disciplines and wish to expand their knowledge of the piping area
- Piping fabricators, contractors and suppliers wishing to understand the relationship of manufacture and fabrication to the design, layout and construction of piping systems
Save up to $930 by enrolling in PD792, a course combo, consisting of this course (PD410) and PD720, “Managing and Coordinating Piping Projects.”
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