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Fundamentals of Piping, Pipeline Engineering, and Pigging Systems (Virtual Classroom)

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Master the Fundamentals of piping & pipeline engineering and pigging systems by taking ASME’s professional course, from design to construction to operation.

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Schedule

This course is specifically scheduled in a European-friendly time zone to address international demand. It commences each day at 9:30 and ends at 18:00 Eastern European Time, with breaks scheduled throughout.

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Any engineer dealing with process industry such as: Piping engineers, pipeline engineers, mechanical engineers, civil engineers, construction engineers, maintenance engineers, production engineers, process engineers, mechanical engineers, I&C engineers, electrical engineers, project engineering managers.

By participating in this course, you will learn how to successfully:

  • Select and specify the suitable piping item.  
  • Explain different types of piping components and piping specialties.
  • Select and specify the suitable piping item. 
  • Distinguish between different types of piping systems.
  • Evaluate different types of piping specialty datasheets and fabrication DWGs.

Who should attend?
Any engineer dealing with process industry such as: Piping engineers, pipeline engineers, mechanical engineers, civil engineers, construction engineers, maintenance engineers, production engineers, process engineers, mechanical engineers, I&C engineers, electrical engineers, project engineering managers.

Course Materials (included in purchase of course):

  • Downloadable version of the course presentation via ASME's learning platform

This ASME Virtual Classroom course is held live with an instructor on our online learning platform.  A certificate of completion will be issued to registrants who successfully attend and complete the course. 

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Outline

Introduction to piping & pipeline engineering

  • What is pipeline & pipeline engineering?
  • Who are piping engineers?

Piping components classifications

  • Piping bulk (Pipes flanges, fittings)
  • Piping valves (Gate, Globe, Check, Ball, Butterfly, and Plug)
  • Piping specialties (Strainers, Steam traps, Chemical injection fittings, etc.) 

Material selection background

  • Classification of engineering materials
  • Properties of materials
  • Heat treatment phases
  • Metallic materials
  • Non-metallic materials
  • Corrosion basics
  • Material selection factors

ASTM and API material designation for piping & pipeline components

  • Case study on project MTC (Material Test Certificate)

Piping material specification criteria

  • Case study on project P.O (Purchase Order) and company specification

Pipeline Components (Line pipes, Bends, Isolating joints, Split tee, etc.)

  • Case study on project P.O and company specification

Pipeline pig types and classification basics 

Pigging procedure and launchers & receiver basics

Case study on Pig trap DWG

Hot taping basics

Case study on project report

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Amr Srag, MSc.

Principal Engineer, ENPPI

Amr A. Srag, MSc. has more than 14 years of practical experience in all stages of Oil & Gas and petrochemicals projects specializing in piping, pipeline, and pressure vessel engineering.

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Format

Virtual Classroom

Live course with an instructor and peers held in an online learning environment with digital enhancements and online materials.
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