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Who should attend
This course is intended for mechanical engineers, facilities engineers, plant engineers, pipeline engineers and piping system designers who are involved in the design of in-plant piping systems for oil and gas facilities. Also suitable for top staff that have experience in related disciplines and wish to expand or refresh their knowledge of the piping field.
About the course
Piping systems are like arteries and veins. They carry the lifeblood of modern civilization. Piping is a major expenditure in the design and construction of industrial, refinery, petrochemical or power-generating plants when one considers engineering costs, material costs, and fabrication and field labor costs. Proper planning and execution of the design and routing of pipe can have a major impact on controlling the total installed cost.
The intention of this course is to provide participants with the academic and practical considerations related to piping systems in general. Attention will be focused on process piping as specified and explained by ASME Code B31.3. The course will also handle some piping practical applications.
Upon successful completion of this course, the delegates will be able to:
- Specify piping components for process and utility applications
- Compare alternative material solutions based on properties and application
- Apply piping codes and standards
- Describe the pipe manufacture and fabrication
- Describe the joining methods and inspection techniques of piping
- Describe the main factors affecting piping layout
- Pipe- Flange - Elbow - Tee - Reducer – coupling –bolt - gasket
- Valve Types (Gate – Globe – Ball – Plug – Check – Butterfly)
- Valve Selection And Application Guidelines
- Mechanical Properties of Metals
- Hardness-Toughness- Fatigue – Creep
- Ferrous Metals (Cast Iron-wrought Iron-Steel)
- Copper and Copper Alloys
- Nickel and Nickel Alloys
- Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
Piping Codes and Standards
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
- American Society for Testing And Materials (ASTM)
- American Gas Association (AGA)
- American Petroleum Institute (API)
- American Welding Society (AWS)
- American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Process Piping (Based on ASME B31.3)
Types of Process Piping Systems:
- Design Conditions (Design Pressure- Design Temperature- Ambient Effects)
- Design Loading Considerations
- Pressure Design of Piping Components (Straight Pipe-bends or elbows-flangesexpansion joints) Selection and Limitations of Piping Components
- General Process Piping System Considerations (Materials- Pressure IntegrityOperability, Maintenance, Safety, and Accessibility)
- Case Histories: Challenges/Solutions
- Codes and Standards
- Piping Layout Considerations
- Piping Flexibility
- Pipe Support Design
- Piping of Centrifugal Pumps
- Vents and Drains
- Buried Piping Systems
- Pipe Racks
Gas Systems Piping
- Gas Pipe and Fittings
- Compressor Stations
- Corrosion Protection
- Piping Inspection and Testing
- Operation and Maintenance
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