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Designing Piping Systems : Pipe Fittings Flanges Valves

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Designing Piping Systems : Pipe Fittings Flanges Valves
Designing Piping Systems : Pipe Fittings Flanges Valves
.MP4, AVC, 1280x720, 30 fps | English, AAC, 2 Ch | 6h 41m | 2.9 GB
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Understanding piping systems , their components , codes & specification for successful design , construction & operation

What you'll learn

Learn a valuable step-by-step Piping Design Method and start designing your piping systems from scratch (we actually use this proven method at our petrochemical complex to design a new piping system or to modify an existing one)
Download our valuable sizing tables and dimensioning charts, essential to properly design your piping system
Download our valuable technical booklets covering Flanges & Valves
Test your knowledge with our 230+ QUIZ QUESTIONS
Build a strong understanding of piping design and construction principles for both metallic and nonmetallic piping systems
Explain the various pipe manufacturing and joining methods
Identify the different types of fittings and their application
Identify the different types of flanges, gaskets, and bolting materials
Identify the different types of valves, their basic parts and functions
Identify the different types of control valves, their basic parts and functions
Identify the different types of piping accessories (anchors, dummy and channel supports, spring hangers, hanger rods.)
Gain guidance for selecting the most appropriate pipe specification and material for your application
Gain guidance for selecting the most appropriate pipe spacing and arrangement to mitigate thermal expansion and successfully design your piping support systems
Explain the process of pipe identification
Appreciate the various piping classes based on the design and application
Know and familiarize yourself with international and national pipe standards and specifications (ASME, ANSI, AFNOR.)

Requirements

Some engineering or field knowledge is preferable but not mandatory. All the concepts are explained in depth using an easy to understand language to allow students to build their knowledge from the ground up
Having attended our "Flow of Fluid Through Piping systems" training course is a plus but not mandatory
Having attended our "Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook" training course is a plus but not mandatory
Having attended our "Valves : Principles, Operation & Design" training course is a plus but not mandatory

Description

The productivity of a process plant depends as much on the piping system as it does on all other plant equipment. As a result it is essential that the design of your piping system be optimized, properly maintained, and when required, repaired in an effective and timely manner.

This course is designed to provide you with a complete understanding of design, manufacturing and construction of piping systems and their basic components, such as fittings, flanges, valves and pipe supports in addition to the codes and standards that apply to them.

The course includes extensive graphics, cross-sectional views, sizing tables and 3D animations. This will give you a virtual practical exposure on piping systems and their accessories.

The course also includes numerous practice sessions and most importantly will present a step-by-step piping design method.

We will show you how to design a piping system from scratch. This valuable and proven piping design method is actually what we use at our petrochemical complex to design a new piping system or to modify an existing one.

This design method is presented at the end of the course. For this reason, we do highly recommend starting the course from the beginning and navigating through all the sections in the order we have established so that you will be in better position when tackling the design section.

So to sum up and to put it simply, the objective of this course is threefold :

1. Break down for you all the piping system design and construction principles into easily digestible concepts like joining technologies, welding methods, pipe expansion handling, calculation of distances between piping supports and dimensioning of pipe guides and anchors.

2. Illustrate using 3D animations and cross-sectional views the main piping components, state their function, their operating limits, their material of construction and their installation procedures such as pipes, flanges, fittings and valves.

3. Provide proven guidelines and best practices for design, construction, installation and maintenance of piping systems in accordance with the codes and standards defined by the ASME & ANSI. The concept of Piping Specifications and Piping Classes will discussed in exquisite detail with numerous practical examples

As you can see here, we cover pretty much everything you need to know about piping systems that will help you successfully design, construct, maintain and operate your own piping systems.

So with no further ado, check out the free preview videos and the curriculum of the course and we look forward to seeing you in the first section.

Hope to see you there

WR Training

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Who this course is for:

This training course is designed to benefit all levels of technical personnel in the Oil & Gas industry as well as in chemical and process industries but will greatly benefit :
Piping Designers
Design Engineers
Process, Mechanical and Chemical Engineers
Operation and Maintenance Engineers
Plant Operators
Maintenance Personnel
Technical Personnel involved in inspection

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