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Piping Engineering Courses Across California (Bay Area and Southern California) | ASME B31.3 Trainin


Piping is crucial for transport of fluid from one equipment to another in any process plant. There are many aspects to piping and it can be a daunting and time consuming task to understand how everything fits together. This course provides a broad overview of piping engineering from designing to construction.

WHAT WILL YOU GAIN

  • A general overview of piping engineering

  • An awareness of the processes

  • An awareness of issues involved with designing, procurement and construction

  • An awareness of the materials and equipment used

  • An understanding of industry terms and acronyms

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Professionals looking to gain a complete overview of Piping Engineering, including

  • Students / Graduate engineers (Chemical/Mechanical)

  • Conversion engineers switching disciplines or industries

  • Managers and supervisors responsible for Piping

  • Experienced diploma holders (Chemical/Mechanical)

COURSE CONTENT OUTLINE

The modules are listed below:

1. Introduction:

2. General: Process Diagrams (PFD, UFD, P&ID, Line List etc.)

3. Piping Fundamentals

4. Pipe Fittings

5. Pipe Flanges

6. Valves

7. Piping Special Items

8. Process Mechanical Equipments – Static equipments & Rotary equipments

9. Layouts

  • Preparation of Plot Plan

  • Preparation of Equipment Layouts

  • Preparation of Piping General Arrangement Drawings

  • Preparation of Cross Sectional Drawings

10. Piping Isometric Drawings & Material Take off

11. Pipe Supports

  • Support Types

  • Support Selection, Support Location, Support Span Calculation

12. Typical Unit Conversion

13. Materials

  • Preparation of Piping Material Specification

  • Valve Material Specification

  • Familiarity with ASME B31.3 (chapters introduction)

  • Pipe Wall thickness Calculations

  • Preparation of Special Items Datasheets

  • Pressure Design of Miter Bends – Single & Multiple Miters

  • Pressure Design of Blanks

  • Branch reinforcement calculations

  • Overview of Technical Queries and Technical Bid Evaluations

14. Stress Analysis

  • Types of stresses

  • Significance of forces and moments

  • Introduction to Stress Analysis

  • Expansion Loop types, Bellows - Types

Little P.Eng. for Engineers Training offer ASME B31.3 Training Course Across California Specially in Concord and the Bay area.

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LITTLE P.ENG. FOR ENGINEERS TRAINING /  Engineering Consultant

3705 Fonda Way #18 Southeast Calgary, T2A 6G9

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+1 (587) 802-4050

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