Certified Piping Design Engineer

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Overview

This comprehensive course which provides a systematic development of skills and knowledge of Piping Design Engineer inline with international standards, this certification course is design and developed by Sanjary Educational Academy. A comprehensive course covering in depth the design of process piping systems including process engineering, pipe stress analysis , detailed engineering etc. This course also provides two ( 2 ) design projects per ASME B 31.3 and B31.1 This course is more concentrated on manual design calculation of piping sizing, pressure integrity , pipe stress analysis , pipe support ,pump calculation and as well as software CAESAR – II  including piping isometric ,process flow diagram (PFD) ,piping & instrumentation diagram (P&ID), equipment layout ,piping arrangement , selection of material etc. and Submission of Process Piping Design Project  Report as per ASME B31.

Course Syllabus:

  • PIPING  SYSTEMS  DETAILED  ENGINEERING
  • LAYOUT OF  PIPING  SYSTEMS  &  PIPING DRAFTING
  • MECHANICAL AND PROCESS EQUIPMENT

 Module – 1    Fundamentals of piping

Module – 2    ASME codes and standards
Module – 3    Classification of pipe

Module – 4     Piping Material Specifications – ASME  / ASTM

Module – 5    Calculation of standards property of piping materials

Module – 6    Pipe Fittings

Module – 7    Types of Flanges

Module – 8    Types of Valves

Module – 9    Mechanical and Process Equipment

Module –10     Flow Diagrams

Module – 11   Piping Isometric

Module – 12    Piping and Equipment Layout

Module – 13    Pipe Supports

  • PIPING  SYSTEMS  DESIGN

Module – 14      Design of process piping requirements per ASME B31.3

Module – 15      Design pressure integrity

Module – 16   Typical wall thickness calculation for Oil and Gas , Petrochemical , Refineries

( eg. Saudi Aramco )

Module – 17     Hydraulic Design of Piping  Systems

Module – 18    Design Calculations of  Piping sizing

Module – 19    Pump Calculations

Module – 20    Introduction

Module – 21    Stresses due to Sustained Loads , Stresses due to Displacement Strains and

Stresses  due to Occasional Loads
Module – 22    Pipe Flexibility Analysis per ASME B31.3

Module – 23    Design Calculation of Pipe Stresses by Thermal Expansion Stress / Sustained Loads

Module – 24    Design Calculations of  Occasional Loads

Module – 25    Design Calculations of   Wind Load on a Piping Support in Open Terrain

Module – 26    Determination types of Pipe Support and   Maximum Allowable Span

  • CAESAR II – STATIC  ANALYSIS

Module – 27   Design Project Calculations – 01 Per ASME B31.1

Module – 28   Design Project Calculations – 02 Per ASME B31.3

Module – 29  Submission of Process Piping Design Project  Report as per ASME B31.3

Detailed Course Syllabus – Outline:

  • PIPING  SYSTEMS  DETAILED  ENGINEERING
  • LAYOUT OF  PIPING  SYSTEMS  &  PIPING DRAFTING
  • MECHANICAL AND PROCESS EQUIPMENT

Module – 1    Fundamentals of piping

  • Definition and Application of Piping
  • Pipe Manufacturing
  • Pipe Fabrication
  • Pipe Designations

Module – 2    ASME codes and standards

  • ASME Boiler and Pressure vessels Codes
  • ASME Pressure Piping Design Codes.
  • API Codes
  • Other Codes & Standards

Module – 3      Classification of pipe

  • Manufacturing Methods
  • Weight and Size – Standards STD , Extra Strong XS , Double Extra Strong XXS etc.
  • Applications or Uses
  • Pressure Temperature Rating System

Module – 4     Piping Material Specifications – ASME  / ASTM

  • Ferrous Material Specifications
  • Non Ferrous Material Specifications

Module – 5     Calculation of Sandards Properties of Commercial Piping Materials

  • Several Examples of Calculation of Standards Properties of Commercial Piping Materials

Module – 6     Pipe Fittings

  • Types of Fitting –  Butt Weld , Threaded and Socket Weld
  • _ Elbow – 90 degree (LR & SR), 45 degree, Reducing Ell. ,
  • _ Branch Connections – Straight & Out let Tees
  • Reducers – Concentric & Eccentric, Reducer Offsets.
  • Fabricated Branch Connections – Stub In & Stub On,
  • Branch Reinforcements – Reinforcing Pad, Welding Saddle Olets.
  • _ Olet Fittings – Weldolets, Sockolets, Threadolets, Latrolets, Elbolets

Module – 7     Types of Flanges

  • Definition of Flange.
  • Types of Flanges based on Face and Application,-. Forged Steel and Cast Iron Flanges.
  • Threaded Flanges  , Slip-on Flanges, Socket-Welded Flanges , Welded-Neck Flanges , Blind Flanges
  • Gaskets – Types, Thickness, Bolts & Nuts.

Module – 8     Types of Valves

  • Definition & basic function
  • Valve Types – Gate, Globe, Ball, Check, Butterfly, Angle, PRV/PSV, & Plug , Automatic Control , Needle , Diaphragm , Safety ”Pop
  • Application of Check Valve
  • Valve Storage Procedure
  • Valve Testing
  • Control Valve Manifold. – Layout Representation & Requirements.

Module – 9     Mechanical and Process Equipment

  •  Static Equipment – Horizontal Vessels, Vertical Vessels, Storage Tanks, Heat Exchanger , Reboiler., Towers and Columns
  • Rotary Equipment – Pumps, Compressor, Fans, & Steam Turbines.

Module – 10      Flow Diagrams

  • Process Flow Diagram – PFD
  • Piping & Instrumentation Diagram – P & ID.
  • Utility Flow Diagram
  • Line Numbering
  • P& ID Requirements
  • Flow Diagram Exercises.
  • Symbols & Abbreviations.
  • Instrument Types & Symbols – Flow, Temp, and Pressure & Level.
  • Flow Plan arrangement etc.

Module – 11    Piping Isometric

  • Definition
  • Drawing Piping Isometrics
  • Isometric Dimensions, Notes & Callouts.
  • Isometric Offsets.
  • Exercises on Creation of Isometrics form Piping Plans and Sections.

Module – 12    Piping and Equipment Layout – (Plot Plan, Equipment

Layout, & Piping GA Drawings )

  • Plot Plan Development & Requirements.
  • Equipment Layout Terminology, Control Point & Battery Limits
  • Preparation of Equipment Layout.
  • Piping GA Drawing Requirements and Layout Procedure.
  • Pump GA Drawing and Layout Consideration.
  • Tank & Vessel Layout Consideration .etc.

Module – 13     Pipe Supports

  • Types and Functions of Supports
  • Anchors
  • Pipe Guides
  • Limit Stops
  • Pipe Shoe
  • Dummy Leg / Trunion
  •  Field Support / Base Support
  • Rigid Hangers
  • Flexible or Resilient Supports – Variable & Constant Load

Pipe Rack and Yard Piping  Design

Ø  PIPING  SYSTEMS  DESIGN AND CALCULATIONS

Module – 14     Design of process piping requirements per ASME B31.3

§  Scope of ASME B 31.3, B31.1

§  Design Pressure & Design Temperature for Piping Systems.

§   Ratings of Flanges etc.

§  Reinforcement of Branch Connection

Module – 15     Design pressure integrity

§  Concept of Pressure Integrity

§  Pressure Design of Straight Pipe under Internal Pressure. – Wall thickness Calculations

Module – 16   Typical wall thickness calculation for Oil and Gas ,

Petrochemical , Refineries ( eg. Saudi Aramco )

§  Several Examples of wall thickness calculation for Oil and Gas , Petrochemical , Refineries ( eg. Saudi Aramco )

Module – 17  Hydraulic Design of Piping  Systems

§  Fluid Flow Sizing

§  Pipe Sizing

§  Recommended  Velocities for Water and  Steam  Piping etc.

§  Reynolds Number

§  Types of Flow in Piping

§  Pressure Drop due to Friction / viscosity

§  Darcy Weisbach Equation

§  Friction Factor

§  Moody Diagram

§  Minor Losses in Piping  – Equivalent Length Method & Loss Coefficient Method

Module – 18    Design Calculations of  Piping sizing

§  Several Examples of Calculation of Pipe Sizing

Module – 19     Pump Calculations

§  Head

§  Section and Flooded Lift

§  Velocity Head

§  Total Dynamic Section Head , Total Dynamic Discharge Head , Total Systems Head

§  Cavitation in Pumps

§  NPSH Required & NPSH Available for Pumps.

Several Examples of Design of  Pump Calculations

Ø  PIPE STRESS ANALYSIS

Module – 20    Introduction

§  Objectives & Definition of Stress Analysis

§  Critical Line List

§  Information Required for Stress Analysis

§  Piping Loads – Static & Dynamic

§  Requirements of ASME B 31.3 Code – Sustained Loads, ThermalExpansion & Occasional Loads.

Module – 21    Stresses due to Sustained Loads , Stresses due to

Displacement Strainsand  Stresses due to Occasional Loads

§  Longitudinal Stress,

§  Longitudinal Stress from Pressure

§  Longitudinal stress due to weight

§  Allowable Displacement Stress range

§  Basic Allowable Stress at maximum material temperature.

Module – 22    Pipe Flexibility Analysis per ASME B31.3

§  Pipe Stress Analysis Logic

§  Minimum Flexibility Requirements

§  Stress Range Reduction Factor – f

§  Piping Flexibility – General Consideration

§  Stress Analysis Flexibility Requirements

§  Stress Analysist’s Function

§  Scope of Code Requirements

Module – 23    Design Calculation of Pipe Stresses by Thermal

Expansion Stress / Sustained Loads

§  Several Examples of  Design Calculation of Pipe Stresses by Thermal  Expansion Stress / Sustained Loads

Module – 24    Design Calculations of  Occasional Loads

§  Several Examples of  Design Calculation of Occasional Load

Module – 25    Design Calculations of   Wind Load on a Piping Support

in Open Terrain

§  Calculating Civil / Mechanical Load on Pipe Systems

§  Hydrostatic Test Weight

§  Wind Force

§  Wind Shielding

§  Several Examples of  Calculations of   Wind Load on a Piping Support  in Open Terrain

Module – 26    Determination types of Pipe Support and   Maximum

Allowable Span

§  Maximum Support Spacing Based on Weight , Deflection Criteria and Design Loads

§  Suggested Pipe Support Spacing

§  Several Examples of  Types of Support and Maximum Allowable Span

Ø  CAESAR II – STATIC  ANALYSIS

§   Introduction

§  Nozzle Thermal Growth Calculations – pumps, vessels, heat exhangers.

§  Modelling of Piping elements & Isometrics – Bends, Reducers, Valves, Loops

§  Performing Static Analysis. / Modifying Load Cases. /

§  Hanger Selection

§  Set up of Wind Load Cases.

§  Set up of SUS, OPE, EXP, HYD, HGR, & OCC loads.

§  Load Case Editor / Viewing Reports

§  Equipment Nozzle Load Qualifications

§  Coding technique of Vessel piping includes both piping and vessel

§  Local vessel flexibilities

§  Evaluation of local vessel stresses

§  Practical Examples – Input, Analysis & Results

 Module – 27   Design Project Calculations – 01 Per ASME B31.1

Module – 28   Design Project Calculations – 02 Per ASME B31.3

 Module – 29   Submission of Process Piping Design Project  Report as per ASME B31.3

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