Piping Design Engineering

Duration: 300 Hrs | Delivery Mode: Online / Classroom

Become an expert piping design engineer, get trained in cutting edge technologies and work on real-life industry grade projects.

Eligibility: B. Tech / M. Tech in Mechanical & Chemical Engineering

Piping Special Elements

  1. Strainers & Filters.

  2. Bellows/Expansion Joints, Rupture Disc & Spectacle Blind.

  3. Blanks, Spacers & Steam Traps.

  4. Flame Arrestor & Vortex Breaker.

Module 5

Fundamental of Piping Design Engineering

  1. Introduction to Process Plants.

  2. Difference between Code and Standards.

  3. Scope of Piping in Projects.

  4. Plant Piping Systems and Transportation Pipelines.

  5. Definition & Application of Pipe.

  6. Difference between Pipes and Tubes.

  7. ASTM Specifications of Pipes.

  8. Pipe Designators 1: NPS , IPS , NB, Pipe Wall Thickness, Schedule, Rating etc.

  9. Pipe Designators 2: Pipe Weights, Lengths, Grades, Ends, Joining Methods etc.

  10. Piping Materials and Selection.

Module 1

Pipe Fittings & Flanges| ASME Standards, Selection, Application & Drawing Symbols

  1. Types of Fittings – Butt Weld, Screwed & Socket Weld.

  2. Elbow, Pipe Bends, Branch Connections, Reducers, Stub Ends & its types.

  3. Fabricated Branch Connections & Branch Reinforcements Details.

  4. O-let Fittings, Coupling Pipe Fittings & its types.

  5. Definition of Flange.

  6. Flange -Types of Flange, Pressure & Temperature Ratings.

  7. Flange Facings – Flat Face, Raised Face, RTJ, & Male - Female, Tongue & Groove.

  8. Flange Face Finish types & Application.

  9. Flange considerations by a Piping Engineer as per Code.

  10. Gaskets – Types, Thickness, selection requirements.

  11. Flange Selection Exercise.

Module 2

Valves – ASME/API Standards, Symbols, Selection & Application

  1. Piping Valves - An Introduction, Valve Functions & Pressure - Temperature Ratings.

  2. Difference in Valve and flange Ratings, Valve Tag numbers, Locations & End Connections.

  3. Type of Valve, Valve Symbols & its Selection.

  4. Control Valve Manifold: Types, Function, Layout types & Representation.

  5. Control Valve Manifold: Requirements on flow Diagrams and Layouts.

  6. Valve Operator/Actuator.

  7. Valve Data Sheet Preparation and Understanding.

  8. Valve Trim & Layout Consideration.

Module 3

Codes & Standards

  1. Introduction to ASME Pressure Piping Design Codes.

  2. ASME Standards for Common Piping Elements.

  3. API Codes.

  4. Other Codes & Standards.

Module 4

Equipment's in Process Plant

  1. Process Equipment’s: Reactor Tower, Exchanger Furnace, Vessel, Column etc.

  2. Mechanical Equipment: Pumps, Compressors, Storage Tanks.

  3. Equipment Foundations and Supports.

  4. Equipment Data Sheets & Equipment sketches.

  5. Equipment Nozzle Specifications.

  6. Equipment Layout & Detail Drawing.

Module 6

Piping Engineering Flow Diagram and its Concept

  1. Uses of Flow Diagrams, Process & Utility Flow Diagrams.

  2. Piping Symbols, Line Symbols, Valve Symbols, Piping Isometrics.

  3. General Arrangement Drawings– Sections/Elevations/ Detail Drawings.

  4. Plot Plan & its Procedure.

Module 7

Piping Engineering Flow Diagram and its Concept

  1. Flow Rate, Velocity & Pipe Sizing Calculations.

  2. Reynolds Number & Darcy Weisbach & Hazen William equations.

  3. Laminar/Turbulent Flow.

  4. Pressure Drop Calculations & NPSH Calculations & Losses in Pipe Fittings.

  5. Piping & Instrumentation Diagram – P & ID [Reading & Understanding].

  6. P&ID Legends.

  7. Line Numbering.

  8. Piping Tracing (Jacket Piping ,Steam/Electric Tracing).

  9. Line Designation Table/ Line list creation from P & ID.

  10. Instrument Types & Symbols – Flow, Temp, Pressure & Level.

  11. Instrument Hook-up Drawing.

  12. Preparation of Various Process Deliverables.

Module 8

Piping Material Specification (PMS)/ Piping class

  1. PMS and its Requirements.

  2. Piping Specifications |Material Selection | P-T ratings | Valve Data | Branch table.

  3. Piping Abbreviation Details.

  4. PMS Application & its use by Various Departments.

Module 9

Designing & Engineering of Piping Diagram

  1. Plant Co-ordinate Systems.

  2. Site Plans, Unit Plot Plan.

  3. Equipment Location Drawing.

  4. Foundation Location Drawing.

  5. Pipe Rack Spacing.

  6. Drawing Pipe in the Rack.

  7. Pipe Insulation Shoes & Pipe Guides.

  8. Plant Utilities.

  9. Utility Stations.

  10. Sewer and Under Ground Piping System.

Module 10

ASME Engineering

  1. Pipe Wall Thickness Calculations.

  2. Operating & Design Pressure.

  3. Operating & Design Temperature.

  4. Max Allowable Operating Pressure.

Module 11

Piping Isometrics

  1. Isometric Requirements.

  2. Drafting Piping Isometrics.

  3. Isometric Dimensions, Notes & Callouts.

  4. Isometric Offsets.

  5. Print Reading Exercises.

  6. Exercises on Creation of Isometrics form Piping Plans and Sections.

  7. Inputs (Drawings/Documents) for piping Isometric drawings.

Module 12

Piping Supports

  1. Classification of Supports : Primary & Secondary Support.

  2. Rest, Anchor & Standard Support.

  3. Special Pipe Supports (SPS): Anchors, Pipe Guides, Limit Stops & Pipe Shoe.

  4. Shoe Guides / Hold Down Guides.

  5. Pipe Rack Spacing.

  6. Dummy Leg / Trunion.

  7. Field Support / Base Support.

  8. Rigid Hangers – Rod & Clevis, Trapeze.

  9. Hanger Rods & Spring Rods.

  10. Pick-up Supports.

  11. Flexible/Spring supports – Variable & Constant.

  12. Control Valve Manifold Supports.

  13. Pipe Rack Design – Types, Height & Width Calculations, Pipe Arrangements.

Module 13

Piping Spools

  1. Piping Spools : Definition.

  2. Types of Spool Drawings.

  3. Guidelines to Prepare Spool Drawings.

  4. Print Reading Exercises.

  5. Exercises on Creation of Piping Spool from Piping Isometrics.

  6. MTO (Material Take Off): Types & its Applications.

Module 14

3D Modelling [PDMS - User Level]

  1. Getting Started with PDMS

  2. Introduction to PDMS Administrative

  3. Equipment Modelling with Primitives

  4. Equipment Modelling with Standards

  5. Nozzle Orientation

  6. Pipe Routing

  7. Reports (MTO) & Clash report

  8. Support & Structure

  9. Draft (2D Drawing)

  10. Isometric Draft

  11. Clash Checking & Rectifying

Module 15
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ADD-ON Programs - Available with Detail Engineering Program

Pipe Stress Analysis

Duration: 90 Hrs

Stress analysis is an analytical method to determine how a piping system behaves based on its material, pressure, temperature, fluid, and support.

PDMS-3D Modeling

Duration: 30 Hrs.

PDMS (Plant Design Management System) enables us to design a 3D computer model of a complex process plant.

Advance CAD [2D + 3D]

Duration: 25 Hrs.

AutoCAD is a basic & an essential tool, which is to be known by every engineer working in design office or on site. Basic Piping drawings created using 2D Cad.

Note: Above listed programs are the add-on modules which can be avail with the main program or can be enrolled separately as well. For more details contact our program executive.

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