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• Fundamentals of piping system
• Piping Codes and standards: Industry applications and analysis
• Case study 1
• Piping materials and components specifications
• Flow diagrams: PFD, P&ID
• Piping design and stress considerations
• Case study 2
• Piping isometries
• Hydraulic design of piping systems
• Pipe support
• Case study 3
• Piping protection and insulation
• Common piping problems and troubleshooting
• Piping quiz: workshop
• Case study 4
• Concepts of piping and its differences with pipeline
• Inter-disciplinary nature of piping design
• Case study 5
Piping Design and Analysis Training Course
The course is design to provide both theoretical understanding of piping concepts, design considerations, piping supports, stress analysis, process flow diagram, piping and instrumentation diagrams and pipeline as a means of fluid transportation, linked to practical engineering principles, guidelines, codes, and standards in the concept of piping design in process industries including oil and gas, water piping system, utility piping etc. It provides the basic underpinning engineering knowledge and theories, equations and models; through the practical applications using case studies of several piping from the facilitator work experience at each stage of the training, as well as including software modelling and simulation for specific stage of design. This unique combination of theory, videos, case studies and software model training could help engineers to bridge their theory and practice understanding in the design of gas pipelines.
The aim of this course is to enable participants understand how to:
• To understand the concept of piping design, fittings, valves and interconnections in process facilities
• To understand design procedure, stress considerations, fittings selection and troubleshooting
• To understand piping configurations expansion options and limitations
Who Should Attend
Process Engineers, Flow Assurance Engineers, Pipeline Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Instrumentations and Control Engineers, Safety Engineers, and managers or supervisors dealing directly with gas pipelines design, operations, regulations and maintenance.
Continuing Professional Development
35 hours CPD