| P G Diploma in Process Piping Design and Engineering Per ASME B31.3

P G Diploma in Process Piping Design and Engineering Per ASME B31.3

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Eligibility Criteria Mechanical Engineer , Chemical Engineer & Petroleum Engineer
Duration of Course 3 Months ( 200 Hrs ) – India
Theory Basic, Piping Design, Process Engineering, Piping Engineering, Layout Engineering, Pipe Stress Analysis, Drafting etc.
Software Study of CEASAR II, Study of PDMS, Study of AutoCad
Course Fee Rs 45000/- Hyderabad , India
Course Fee for Foreign Students US Dollar $ 1400/- Hyderabad , India
Daily Classes 11; OO AM – 3:00 PM
Venue SANJARY EDUCATIONAL ACADEMY, HEAD OFFICE: 5-9-233 / 234 , S. No. 24 & 25 , 3rd Floor, SANALI MALL Opposite Chermas Showroom , Abids , Hyderabad – 500001, Telangana , India
Maximum No. of Seats / students in a Batch 10 Only

This Certification Course on Process Piping Design & Engineering is integrated with Process Plant Layout & Equipments, per ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1 , Piping Stress Analysis , Process Piping Drafting, Hydraulic Design of Piping Systems etc.

Process Piping is the piping that convey fluids under pressure or vaccum inside the boundaries of a Chemical plant, Petroleum refinery, Gas Processing plant, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Textile, Paper, Semiconductor & Cryogenic Plants falls under the scope of ASME B 31.3

It is a complex arrangement of pipes, valves, support clamps, other related components and control instrumentation.
The Certification Course comprehensively focuses from fundamentals of Process Piping Systems , Layout of Piping Systems , Mechanical / Process Equipments , Flexibility Analysis , Stress Analysis to Industry Leading Pipe Stress Analysis CAESAR – II Software and Process Piping Drafting.

ASME B 31.3 Provides requirements for design, erection, materials, inspection, fabrication, testing for process piping in Petroleum refineries, chemical plants, pharmaceutical plants, textile plants, paper plants, Semiconductor Plants, Cryogenic Plants process plant.

  • Candidates shall meet the following examination requirements to be considered for certification as P G Diploma in Process Piping Design and Engineering Per ASME B31.3
  • Pass a written three part examination as follows.

Part-1 Theory Examination

part-2 Work Shop / Assessment

part-3 Oral Examination

  • Candidate shall pass each part of the examination. Individual failing any part of the above examination must retest on particular part as applicable.
  • Candidate must score minimum of 70 percent on each of the above examination to be eligible for the certificate and SEA Qualification Card.

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

  • PIPE STRESS ANALYSIS

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

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

 

  • PIPING SYSTEMS DESIGN

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

 

  • 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

 

  • 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 coding in Caesar II.
  • Local vessel flexibilities
  • Evaluation of local vessel stresses
  • Practical Examples – Input, Analysis & Results

 

 

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