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How to be an Expert in Piping Components for Oil&Gas Career

Learn about Pipe,Fittings,Olets,Gaskets, Flanges,Bolting materials,Valve,orifice flanges,Spectacle Blind,steam traps etc

Created by Varun Patel - Mechanical Engineer, PMP

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Students: 4154, Price: $109.99

Students: 4154, Price:  Paid

Piping components are basic building blocks of Oil & Gas Industries.  

Oil and Gas industries become a very competitive in the current time. Getting a right mentor and right exposer within the industry is difficult during the growth phase of your career. With limited training budget spent by the company on employee training, it is even more difficult to acquire the knowledge to success.

This course is design based on years of field experience to ensure that you know every aspect of the piping components that you are going to expose in the field. Once you are in, you can access this course for a lifetime.     

 

A real-life industrial course on Piping Components used in Oil & Gas industries Piping

  • Different types of Pipe, Pipe fittings (Elbow, Tee, reducers, Caps etc.), Flanges, Gaskets,  Branch Connection (Olets), Bolting materials

  • Special Piping Components such as valve, long neck flange, steam traps, orifice flange, spacer & spade, spectacle blind, expansion joints, strainer, etc.

  • Materials (Metal-Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel etc. Non-Metal- PVC/CPVC, HDPE, GRE-GRP etc.)

  • Manufacturing methods

  • Heat treatment requirements and methods

  • Inspection and Testing requirements (Non-destructive Testing, Mechanical & Chemical testing)

  • Visual, Dimensional & Marking Inspection requirements

  • Code, Standard & Specification used in piping

What are you going to learn in 3.5 Hours of Content, 64 lectures & 8 Quizzes? 

The course starts with basic topics of piping components and moves toward the
advanced concept. Initial sections cover fundamentals piping and role of piping components in piping. You will also get acquainted with industrial code, Standard, and Specification.  Equipped with this
knowledge you are ready to learn about different types piping components.

Core sections of the course cover all the main types of piping components used in
any process plant piping. You will learn about individual types of piping components,
different types within that category, and their specialty in detail. Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Flanges, branch connection, Gasket and Bolting materials. 

You will also learn about special piping components  that includes as long neck flanges, orifice flanges, Spacer & Spade, Spectacle blind, Strainer, Expansion Joints, Steam Traps and lots of other components. 

 

Detail sections on of material types, material selection and manufacturing process that will fine tune your knowledge of piping components. 

 

In Quality Control and Inspection sections, you will learn about heat treatments requirements,  hydro test, destructive testing, non-destructive testing, visual, dimensional and
marking inspection requirements for individual piping components. You will also learn
which standard to use for testing and
lots of other details. 

 

At the end of the course, your skill and knowledge will make you
confident that you can give the lecture on the piping components at your workplace
and go for inspection and testing at piping components manufacturer location even if
have not seen these piping components earlier. 

Flow of fluids through piping systems , valves and pumps

Learn to size valves & piping systems, calculate pressure drop, flow of liquids & gases through pipe , fittings & valves

Created by WR Training - Petroleum Petrochemical & Chemical Engineering

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Students: 2838, Price: $129.99

Students: 2838, Price:  Paid

Dear students,

The most diverse substances are transported and distributed in piping systems every single day. They include aggressive fluids in the chemical industry, hydrocarbons in petrochemistry or steam for energy transmission.

Chemical engineers who are designing these piping systems and specifying associated equipment like valves, pumps and flow meters probably face more fluid flow problems than any other. Pressure drop calculations help the engineer size pipes and ducts, determine performance requirements for pumps and fans, and specify control valves and flow meters. And although the underlying theory is rather simple, its practical application can be confusing due to the empirical nature of important correlations, multiple methods for expressing parameters, many variable inputs, and alternative units of measurement.

Designed around a series of practical examples which we work through to a solution, this unique training course is an essential guide to understanding the flow of fluids through pipe, valves and fittings. This understanding is a prerequisite for a successful design & flawless operation of your plant and piping system.

The course features 5 major items :

1- An in-depth information on physical properties of fluids (weight density, specific gravity, viscosity, vapor pressure...) and how to calculate them using Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook*

2- An in-depth information on compressible and incompressible fluid flow through piping systems, valves, pumps & flow meter devices (Orifice plates, Flow Nozzles & Venturi Meters) and how to calculate them using Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook*

3- An iterative method for sizing flow meters and valves

4- An in-depth discussion on cavitation and choking in control valves

5- A flow problem section with 25 concrete examples to help you practice and reinforce your understanding

Many images, equations, graphs, 3D animations and solved flow problems can be found throughout, increasing the value of this course as an educational tool and industrial reference for personnel involved in the fluid handling industries.

So this course is not only of use to practising and professional engineers to whom a knowledge of the behavior of fluids is of crucial importance in cost-effective design and efficient operation of process plants and piping systems but also intended as a study guide for undergraduates in process, chemical, petrochemical & petroleum engineering disciplines.

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

Spread the wings of your knowledge

* The Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT included in this course and is sold separately. If you are interested in this product, it is also available on Udemy as well but as a private course material. So you need first to request it from us through Udemy inbox or through the Q&A section and we'll send you a private link to download the file.

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IMPORTANT NOTE : ABOUT FLOW OF FLUIDS EXCEL WORKBOOK*

To accompany this course and help you assess flow of fluids, calculate pressure drops, size pipes, control valves and flow meter devices, WR Training has developed an Excel VBA based engineering tool : Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook*.

* The Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT included in this course and is sold separately. If you are interested in this product, it is also available on Udemy as well but as a private course material. So you need first to request it from us through Udemy inbox or through the Q&A section and we'll send you a private link to download the file.

Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook* simulates the operation of small piping systems transporting liquids and industrial gases under a variety of operating conditions.

Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook* is based on industry recognized principles and standards from ASME, HI, IEC, AWWA, ISA, and ANSI...

Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook* is easy-to-use and has a highly intuitive user interface.

Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook* presents formulas and data for :

1. Physical properties determination for a variety of fluids (specific gravity, viscosity, vapor pressure...)

2. Pressure drop and head loss calculations through pipes, fittings and valves

3. Flow calculations for incompressible and compressible fluids through piping systems, fittings, valves and pumps

4. Sizing piping systems for incompressible and compressible fluids

5. Flow resistance coefficients calculations for pipes, fittings and valves

6. Flow calculations for incompressible and compressible fluids through flow meters (Orifice Plates, Nozzles and Venturi meters)

7. Centrifugal pump calculation (Pump head, NPSH, Specific speed, affinity laws…)

8. Converting variables and process parameters to a numerious alternative units of measurement

* The Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT included in this course and is sold separately. If you are interested in this product, it is also available on Udemy as well but as a private course material. So you need first to request it from us through Udemy inbox or through the Q&A section and we'll send you a private link to download the file.

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FLOW OF FLUIDS EXCEL WORKBOOK* : TABLE OF CONTENT

An Excel VBA based engineering tool by WR Training

* The Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT included in this course and is sold separately. If you are interested in this product, it is also available on Udemy as well but as a private course material. So you need first to request it from us through Udemy inbox or through the Q&A section and we'll send you a private link to download the file.

A. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS

1 PROPERTIES OF WATER AND STEAM

a. SATURATION PROPERTIES WITH TEMPERATURE

b. SATURATION PROPERTIES WITH PRESSURE

c. PROPERTIES GIVEN PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE

d. PROPERTIES GIVEN PRESSURE AND ENTHALPY

2 DYNAMIC VISCOSITY OF GASES

3 KINEMATIC VISCOSITY

4 WEIGHT DENSITY OF LIQUIDS

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

5 SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF LIQUIDS

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY - DEG API

7 SPECIFIC GRAVITY - DEG BEAUME

8 SPECIFIC VOLUME

9 WEIGHT DENSITY OF IDEAL GASES

10 WEIGHT DENSITY OF REAL GASES

11 GAS COMPRESSIBILITY FACTOR

12 SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF GASES

13 BOILING POINT PURE COMPONENT

14 VAPOR PRESSURE : PURE COMPONENT

15 VAPOR PRESSURE : MIXTURE

B. NATURE OF FLOW IN PIPE

1 RATE OF FLOW AT FLOWING CONDITION

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

2 RATE OF FLOW (gpm)

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

3 MEAN VELOCITY OF FLOW IN PIPE

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

4 REYNOLDS NUMBER

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

d. FORMULA 4

e. FORMULA 5

f. FORMULA 6

g. FORMULA 7

C. BERNOULLI'S THEOREM

1 TOTAL HEAD OR FLUID ENERGY

2 LOSS OF STATIC PRESSURE HEAD (hL) DUE TO FLUID FLOW

D. HEAD LOSS, PRESSURE DROP AND FRICTION FACTOR THROUGH PIPE

1 LOSS OF STATIC PRESSURE HEAD

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

d. FORMULA 4

e. FORMULA 5

f. FORMULA 6

2 PIPE PRESSURE DROP

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

d. FORMULA 4

e. FORMULA 5

f. FORMULA 6

g. FORMULA 7

3 PRESSURE DROP FOR LAMINAR FLOW ACCORDING TO POISEUILLE'S LAW

4 PRESSURE DROP FOR TURBULENT FLOW ACCORDING TO HAZEN-WILLIAMS FORMULA

5 FRICTION FACTOR FOR LAMINAR FLOW

6 FRICTION FACTOR FOR TURBULENT FLOW

a. COLEBROOK EQUATION

b. SERGHIDE EQUATION

c. SWAMEE-JAIN EQUATION

E. GAS CALCULATIONS

1 PERFECT GAS LAW

a. DETERMINING THE NUMBER OF MOLES OF A PERFECT GAS

b. DETERMINING THE PRESSURE OF A PERFECT GAS

c. DETERMINING THE TEMPERATURE OF A PERFECT GAS

d. DETERMINING THE VOLUME OF A PERFECT GAS

2 NON-IDEAL GAS LAW

a. DETERMINING THE NUMBER OF MOLES OF A NON-IDEAL GAS

b. DETERMINING THE PRESSURE OF A NON-IDEAL GAS

c. DETERMINING THE TEMPERATURE OF A NON-IDEAL GAS

d. DETERMINING THE VOLUME OF A NON-IDEAL GAS

3 STANDARD ◄►ACTUAL GAS FLOW

F. COMPRESSIBLE FLOW IN STRAIGHT HORIZONTAL PIPELINE

1 COMPLETE ISOTHERMAL EQUATION

G. GAS PIPELINES : MASS FLOW RATE EQUATION

H. HORIZONTAL GAS PIPELINES : STANDARD VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE EQUATIONS

1 GENERAL STANDARD VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE

2 WEYMOUTH STANDARD VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE EQUATION FOR SIZING HORIZONTAL GAS PIPELINES IN FULLY TURBULENT FLOW

3 PANHANDLE "A" STANDARD VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE EQUATION FOR SIZING HORIZONTAL GAS PIPELINES IN PARTIALLY TURBULENT FLOW

4 PANHANDLE "B" STANDARD VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE EQUATION FOR SIZING HORIZONTAL GAS PIPELINES IN FULLY TURBULENT FLOW

I. ELEVATED GAS PIPELINES : STANDARD VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE EQUATION

J. LIQUID FLOW THROUGH ORIFICES

K. LIQUID FLOW THROUGH ISA 1932 NOZZLES

L. LIQUID FLOW THROUGH LONG RADIUS NOZZLES

M. LIQUID FLOW THROUGH VENTURI NOZZLES

N. LIQUID FLOW THROUGH VENTURI METERS

O. GAS FLOW THROUGH ORIFICES

P. GAS FLOW THROUGH ISA 1932 NOZZLES

Q. GAS FLOW THROUGH LONG RADIUS NOZZLES

R. GAS FLOW THROUGH VENTURI NOZZLES

S. GAS FLOW THROUGH VENTURI METERS

T. RESISTANCE COEFFICIENT FOR PIPES, VALVES AND FITTINGS

1 CONTRACTION

2 ENLARGEMENT

3 GATE VALVES

4 GLOBE AND ANGLE VALVES

5 SWING CHECK VALVES

6 LIFT CHECK VALVES

7 TILTING DISC CHECK VALVES

8 STOP CHECK VALVES

9 FOOT VALVES WITH STRAINER

10 BALL VALVES

11 BUTTERFLY VALVES

12 DIAPHRAGM VALVES

13 PLUG VALVES

14 MITRE BENDS

15 90° PIPE BEND AND FLANGED OR BW 90° ELBOWS

16 MULTIPLE 90° PIPE BENDS

17 CLOSE PATTERN RETURN BENDS

18 STANDARD ELBOWS

19 PIPE ENTRANCE

20 PIPE EXIT

21 TEES AND WYES - CONVERGING FLOW

22 TEES AND WYES - DIVERGING FLOW

23 ORIFICES, NOZZLES AND VENTURIS

U. HEAD LOSS AND PRESSURE DROP THROUGH VALVES AND FITTINGS

1 LOSS OF STATIC PRESSURE HEAD

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

2 PIPE PRESSURE DROP

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

V. FLOW OF FLUIDS THROUGH VALVES, FITTINGS AND PIPE

1 LIQUID FLOW THROUGH A VALVE, FITTINGS AND PIPE

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

d. FORMULA 4

e. FORMULA 5

f. FORMULA 6

g. FORMULA 7

2 GAS FLOW THROUGH A VALVE; FITTINGS AND PIPE

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

c. FORMULA 3

3 VALVE FLOW COEFFICIENT "Cv"

a. FORMULA 1

b. FORMULA 2

4 VALVE RESISTANCE COEFFICIENT "K"

W. CALCULATIONS FOR CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

1 PUMP HEAD

a. HEAD FORMULA

b. PUMP IN SUCTION HEAD

c. PUMP IN SUCTION LIFT

2 PUMP DISCHARGE PRESSURE

3 NET POSITIVE SUCTION HEAD REQUIRED

4 NET POSITIVE SUCTION HEAD AVAILABLE

5 TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD

6 SUCTION SPECIFIC SPEED (Nss)

7 SPECIFIC SPEED (Ns)

X. PUMP AFFINITY LAWS

1 IMPACT OF SPEED ON FLOW

2 IMPACT OF SPEED ON HEAD

3 IMPACT OF SPEED ON BHP

4 IMPACT OF IMPELLER DIAMETER ON FLOW

5 IMPACT OF IMPELLER DIAMETER ON HEAD

6 IMPACT OF IMPELLER DIAMETER ON BHP

7 PUMP BRAKE HORSPOWER

8 PUMP EFFICIENCY

Y. FLOW OF WATER THROUGH SCHEDULE 40 STEEL PIPE

1 CALCULATIONS FOR PIPE OTHER THAN SCHEDULE 40

Z. FLOW OF AIR THROUGH SCHEDULE 40 STEEL PIPE

1 CALCULATIONS FOR PIPE OTHER THAN SCHEDULE 40

2 CALCULATIONS FOR OTHER SET OF TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE

3 FROM STANDARD TO ACTUAL VOLUME FLOW

ZZ. CONVERSION TABLES

1 LENGTH

2 AREA

3 VOLUME

4 VELOCITY

5 MASS

6 MASS FLOW RATE

7 VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE

8 FORCE

9 PRESSURE AND LIQUID HEAD

10 ENERGY, WORK AND HEAT

11 POWER

12 WEIGHT DENSITY

13 TEMPERATURE

14 DYNAMIC VISCOSITY

15 KINEMATIC VISCOSITY

* The Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT included in this course and is sold separately. If you are interested in this product, it is also available on Udemy as well but as a private course material. So you need first to request it from us through Udemy inbox or through the Q&A section and we'll send you a private link to download the file.

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How to be an Expert in Piping Valves for Your Career Success

Learn about valve used in Oil & Gas Piping,18 types of valve, Std & Spec.,Manufacturing, Materials,Inspection & Testing.

Created by Varun Patel - Mechanical Engineer, PMP

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Students: 2326, Price: $99.99

Students: 2326, Price:  Paid

Learn the fundamentals, 18 types of valve, sub-types, components, material, manufacturing, testing, and inspection of Process Piping Valves that you will need to know to work confidently and efficiently with Process Plant Piping in Oil and Gas and Energy industries. 


Become an expert in valve with this video course that will take your valve knowledge to expert level

  • Essential of Valves – Types and Categories
  • Valve Parts and Materials – Body, Bonnet, Trims, etc.
  • Types of Valve – 18 types of valve and their sub-types
  • Valve Manufacturing Process,

    Inspection and Testing – Hydro, leakage test, type test, visual & dimension checks, etc.  


A real-life industrial valve course in online format

Single Picture speaks a thousand words. Who knows this better than engineers? Every topic of the course is covered with actual photos and sketches to make your learning easier and fast. Quiz at the end of the section will give you an opportunity to check your concept.

Classroom course is just too costly for a beginner, and you cannot remember everything in one day.  On demand and lifetime access of online course will make your learning easier and comfortable.

Process Industry has become a very competitive in the current time. Everyone looks at you as a competitor and the Company wants you to give 200% from the day one.  Becoming an expert in the field will increase your chance of success and earn you respect at the workplace.


What are you going to learn in 41 lectures and 8 Quiz? (All videos with sub-title/closed caption)  

The course starts with basic topics of valve and moves toward the advanced concept of the valve. Initial sections cover fundamentals, classification/categorization of valves and different components of the valves such as different types of the valve body, stem, bonnet, actuator and a whole lot of internal and external parts.  Equipped with this knowledge you are ready to learn about different types of valve.

Core sections of the course cover all the main types of valve used in any process plant piping. You will learn about individual valve types, different types within that category, internal and external components and their specialty in detail. Gate, Globe, Check, Plug, Ball, Butterfly, Needle, Diaphragm and Pinch Valve.

You will also learn about Safety and Relief Valve that includes Pressure Safety Valve (PSV) and Pressure Vacuum Relief Valve (PVRV) and Specialty valve such as Through Conduit Gate Valve, pressure seal valve, knife gate valve and double block and bleed valve. 

Overview of material, manufacturing process and standard & specification will fine tune your knowledge of valve. 

In Quality Control and Inspection sections, you will learn about shell test, closer test, backseat test, pneumatic and hydro test, fire safe test, cryogenic test, pop-up test and visual, dimensional and marking requirements for individual valve types. You will also learn which standard to use for testing? What are the acceptance criteria? And lots of other details. 

At the end of the course, your skill and knowledge will make you confident that you can give the lecture on the valve at your workplace and go for inspection and testing at valve manufacturer location even if have not seen the valve earlier. 

Know Read Understand Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams P&IDs

Learn how Process Control, Safety Instrumented Systems, Interlock & Alarms are represented in engineering P&ID drawings

Created by WR Training - Petroleum Petrochemical & Chemical Engineering

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Students: 1898, Price: $94.99

Students: 1898, Price:  Paid

Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams commonly referred to as P&ID’s are encountred nowadays throughout all process industries such as Oil & Gas, chemical, pharmaceutical or food industries.

These engineering drawings are used worldwide in design, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance of industrial plants.

They provide clear information on processes, equipment, control systems and how the plant should handle emergency situations.

As a potential actor in these industries, it is therefore vital that you have a thorough understanding of P&ID’s components and construction.

Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams don’t have to be a complicated ! It isn’t rocket science ! This course will make you a P&ID expert and you will know how to read, interpret and successfully understand :

  • all of those many lines

  • symbols

  • process control schemes

  • and safety instrumented functions you see in your plant drawings

The knowledge gained in this course will help you to understand ALL P&ID’s so that you can draw the correct information from them.

This will set you apart from your peers, whether you are an operator, engineer, or manager and will give you an edge over your competitors when seeking employment at one of these industrial facilities.

Moreover since Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams are used in the planning and risk assessment of tasks to identify hazards, process flows and isolation points, then by ensuring that these drawings are properly drawn and understood, you contribute to the safety of your facility, your fellow workers and yourself.

This training course starts by initiating you to basic blueprint reading (which is also used in electrical, hydraulic and mechanical fields of expertise), then moves on to familiarize you with simple to complex process flow features, such as :

  • instrument loops

  • advanced process control systems

  • safety instrumented functions

  • and alarm systems

Symbols are also discussed thoroughly with all the P&ID's standards, conventions and designation codes that apply to them according to the ISA symbology. These include :

  • valves (gate, globe, ball, butterfly...)

  • actuators (pneumatic, hydraulic, solenoid, single acting spring return, double acting...)

  • process equipment (pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, reactors...)

  • instrumentation (flow meters, temperature transmitters, pressure gauges...)

  • piping and fittings

  • lines

  • signals (pneumatic, hydraulic, electric...)

Included in the course are access to numerous downloadable resources, real industrial examples of P&ID’s and the keys to interpret them in high quality video lectures. You will be able to practice and become even more proficient with these bonus items that you will find throughout the course.

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

Spread the wings of your knowledge

How To Read Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams Made Easy

All you'll ever need to easily Read P & IDs in one Clear and Concise Course for Plant Operators, Maintenance & Engineers

Created by Brad S.C. Smith - Instrumentation and Controls and Power Engineering Coach

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Students: 1549, Price: $129.99

Students: 1549, Price:  Paid

Reading Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) is an essential skill for Plant Operators in the Oil and Gas sector, Chemical Industries, Water Treatment and Wastewater Collections Operators, Engineers, Technicians, Safety People, College Students and even Plant Management. In fact, it is a fundamental skill in a variety of Operations in many Industries. If you’re one of those mentioned here, or you just want to acquire this knowledge for your role in the Process and Power Plant Industries, this training is for you.

 

Upon completion of this  in depth, holistic Reading P & IDs course you will be able to identify symbols and function labels commonly found on P & ID’s; describe how system components are related; and trace process stream flow and control loop functions. In fact let me ask you:

Do you work in the Process Industries or Power Generation sector and you require a kick ass ability to Read Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P & IDs)? If you are looking to get this skill of How to Read P & IDs Easily from a holistic course that was written by an experienced guy, following ISA, ANSI, and ASME standards, then this training is for you.

Yes, you could be from Plant Operations, Plant Maintenance, Plant Safety, and Engineering, or even from Plant Management, the skill to interpret P & IDs is foundational in your career. Senior Plant Managers agree that it’s the Master Key to working in the Process and Power Generation sectors.

Here is a chance to stop embarrassing yourself if you can’t, or lack confidence in interpreting Piping and Instrumentation Drawings. Simply enrol into this training. It will show you everything you need to know about reading P & IDs in a one stop shop. No matter the complexity of the drawings.

Imagine that you are walking around your workplace (Plant Site) in darkness, and a stranger brings you a flashlight so you can see your surroundings and avoid tripping hazards. This Video Training Course is the flashlight that will provide the light that will enable you to see the plant and avoid costly mistakes that could cost your job.

The ability to Read P & IDs empowers you to be able to discern what’s in the field from your desk in the office. Doesn’t that make your job preparation easier? Imagine how much power and what that will mean for your career when you gain the ability to easily interpret any P & IDs at your workplace despite level of complexity.

Imagine:

1.    Getting access to a Video Training Course that shows you everything A – Z there is to know about How to Read P & IDs closely following ANSI/ISA S5.1, and ASME code. P & IDs are used to train personnel for a reason. If you can read them, it means you can understand the process faster and stay competitive at work. All the hidden secrets your colleagues don't tell you about are staring at you on the P & IDs!

2.    A Video Training Course that uses a simplified approach of breaking a P & ID into 6 Areas and demystifying them one at a time, before bringing them together so you can read complete and real world P & IDs. These are accompanied by a downloadable eBook and a Workbook of Practice Questions and hands on exercises for interpreting real world P & IDs that you will find in the last chapter with BONUSES.

3.    A Video Training Course that will walk you through all sections of a P & ID - From the Legend/Master/Lead Sheets through The Title Block, The Main Diagram, Line Schedules, Equipment descriptions, Notes, down to Zone Numbers. All this leads you into the final step of a kick ass ability to trace process flows that span across multiple P & IDs regardless of complexity.

4.    A Video Training Course that shows you and explains about Instrument Symbols, Valves and their identifications, Control Loops, Interlocks, Management of Change (MOC) process, Primary Flow Elements, Line Designations, Process Piping, Sizes and Identification, Including Insights into how Process Operations are controlled.

5.    By the end of the Video Training Course you should be able to handle any kind of P & IDs no matter their level of complexity. Picture yourself self-reliant with soaring confidence at work, with colleagues and bosses respecting you. Do they even have an option when you can discern the plant using the master key, the laser eyes in the form of an impeccable ability to read the Plant P & IDs? Even if you are in College or University, this Video Training Course will be of immense help in Reading P & IDs for some of your classes and/or arm you with a profound skill you can use when you go to work.

Let me show you how I’ve helped thousands of people like you to easily Read P & IDs. These people work in the Oil and Gas Industry, Power Generation, Chemical Plants, Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants, and anywhere where you can find P & IDS being used. Some were Tech school (College) and University (Engineering) students.

 

You may be interested in the Course Outline:

 

Course Outline - Topics Include:

• Define what a P&ID is

• Describe why they are important to the operation of your facility

• Give examples of when you might use a P&ID

• Use a Legend/Lead/Master sheet as a reference for identifying P&ID symbols and labels found in line tables, instrument; symbols and designations tables, and graphic symbols tables

• Identify the symbols for selected vessels, compressors, heat exchangers, valves, and pumps

• Interpret an example numbering system used for labeling equipment on P&ID

• Explain why instruments and control loops are important for the safe operation of a plant

• Identify the symbols for selected instruments

• Describe how instruments in control loops are related and named on a P&ID

• Identify piping and give specific information about a pipeline including material in the line, size, and line number as well as whether or not the line is insulated or traced

• Identify pneumatic, electric, and hydraulic instrumentation signals lines

• Trace the flow of a process stream into a P&ID, through the pipes and equipment, and out of a P&ID

 

So what that means is this Course will give you 3 Very Valuable Items:

 

1.    A Comprehensive Video Course on Reading and Interpreting P & IDs called, “Reading and Interpreting Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams Made Easy” valued at $1497

2.    An accompanying eBook on Reading and Interpreting P & IDs Valued at $197

3.    An accompanying eWorkBook with theory questions and 2 Real World P & IDS for practising reading and interpreting P & IDs. You will also go through a Plant exercise where you walk down your area going through the P & IDS. At the end you’ll know your plant area like the back of your hand – Valued at $97.

 

Total Materials Cost is: $1791...

But that is not what you're paying today!

If all this did was give you the kickass ability to Read and Interpret P & IDs no matter how complex they are, wouldn’t it be worth it remembering how important the skill of reading P & IDs is to anyone working in the Process and Power Plant Industries?

If all this did was give you back your self-confidence, feelings of adequacy from feeling competent, pleasure in doing your work easily from this new cutting edge skill, the ability to express yourself with all levels of plant hierarchy, would it be worth it? If this gave you autonomy and the power to command respect from peers at work, would it be worth the few dollars compared to a lifetime career value it gives you???

The only reasonable thing for you to do if you care about your life, your future and your career  is get started in this course by clicking the Buy Button.

PG Diploma in Piping Design Engineering

Learn Piping Design Engineering

Created by Harpreet Singh - Design Engineer

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Students: 1104, Price: $89.99

Students: 1104, Price:  Paid

Welcome to this course. This course is designed to provide you entry-level knowledge of Piping Designing. You can find even more syllabus, is covered in this course than the standard PG Diploma in Piping Design Engineering. And if compare the cost, it cost you nothing as compared to a standard course.

This Course is a perfect combination of theoretical study as well as practical work. You will Learn the use of your knowledge in practical work by some examples of exercises.  Module 7 is coming soon.

Besides, this course is designed by unique approaches like colors that are used in this course are set according to the level of difficulty of the topic. Like for easy topics, normal bright colors used that make the learning experience much pleasant. On the other hand for difficult topics, dark & intense colors are used that enhance human concentration.

Application-based learning enhances the curiosity in the human mind to learn something, so this course is designed, at every step you will find the application of the topic or concept. Videos are small but the content is much in them, this makes you feel satisfied at the end.

All these approaches are a result of several experiments, that I performed on my students to understand their different learning patterns.

To learn more about the content in this course see the syllabus video.

A Road-map to pursue a career in piping engineering

A Road-map for fresh mechanical engineers and beginner level piping engineers to make a way for great career

Created by Subash Chandran Vasudevan - Piping Engineering Instructor

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Students: 917, Price: $19.99

Students: 917, Price:  Paid

This course has been designed to help the fresh mechanical engineers and beginner level piping engineers to understand that they can really make a wonderful career in piping engineering, as piping engineering offers lucrative career with high salary, core engineering experience, high job satisfaction and limitless opportunities around the world. The qualification required for a piping engineering professionals both in eastern countries and western countries are almost same.

Designing Piping Systems : Pipe Fittings Flanges Valves

Understanding piping systems , their components , codes & specification for successful design , construction & operation

Created by WR Training - Petroleum Petrochemical & Chemical Engineering

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Students: 414, Price: $69.99

Students: 414, Price:  Paid

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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Piping Fabrication with Isometrics – Oil&Gas, Mechanical

Introduction to Piping Fabrication ( Mechanical Engineering, Process Engineering, Petroleum, Oil & Gas Industry )

Created by Mukesh Muraleedharan - Engineer

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Students: 370, Price: $24.99

Students: 370, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to provide basic and advanced knowledge of Piping Fabrication and Isometrics.

A complete package starting with Piping basics, Piping components (Flanges, Fittings, Valves, Gaskets & Fasteners), Codes & Standards, Isometric basics, Detailed study of different isometrics, Piping fabrication schedule, Welding basics, Shop fabrication activities etc.

Exclusive videos of each piping fabrication activity from shop floor is included ( Live industrial examples )

Ideal for Mechanical Engineers, Process Engineers and other aspiring candidates.

Course content

Introduction & Piping Basics

Codes & Specifications

Piping components – Flanges, Fittings, Valves, Gasket & Fasteners

Isometrics basics & Drawing Study

Isometrics & Shop spools

Piping Fabrication Schedule

Piping Inch Dia sheet

Piping BOQ

Shop fabrication activities

Real-time Videos from Shop floor

Irrigation 101: Piping Systems

Learn all about using and repairing PVC, Polyethylene, Copper, Pex, and Galvanized Steel.

Created by Michael Haynes - Instructor at Pro Irrigation Training

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Students: 284, Price: $39.99

Students: 284, Price:  Paid

This course covers the pipe and tubing systems used for irrigation. You will learn real world skills such as; how to glue PVC pipe, solder copper joints, install and repair polyethylene pipe, repair Pex and Galvanized Steel, use specialty fittings like unions, slip-fixes, push-to-fit fittings, and learn to read a friction loss chart. We'll also drill down on details like; different thread types, the proper application of thread tape and pipe dope, and specialized tips that will make you more efficient and productive. This knowledge is indispensable to a new irrigation technician or DIY landscaper or gardener. This course is part 3 of our Irrigation 101 series. We're laying the foundations of knowledge, then we'll add on specific product knowledge. The format is classroom style lectures supplemented with video of real world and simulated repairs on key piping systems. You can download a 14 page PDF with fill-in-the blanks to keep as a field reference.

Module 3: Piping Engineering & Design – ENGLISH

Understanding Piping Engineering in oil and Gas Industry

Created by Professional Engineering - Engineering

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Students: 211, Price: $29.99

Students: 211, Price:  Paid

This Course will explain all required steps in order to have a solid piping design and to understand what are the Key Engineering deliverable used in piping industry pertaining oil and gas

Also will explain how to calculate piping wall thickness as per ASME Code and how read / understand piping Engineering drawings

Piping Isometrics demystified through practical examples

Learn how to draw the correct information from Piping Isometrics like a pro ( Pipe Fittings Flanges Valves Isos ...)

Created by WR Training - Petroleum Petrochemical & Chemical Engineering

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Students: 155, Price: $49.99

Students: 155, Price:  Paid

Piping Isometrics, commonly referred to as Isos, are encountred nowadays throughout all process industries such as Oil & Gas, chemical, pharmaceutical or food industries.

These engineering drawings are used worldwide in design, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance of industrial plants.

They provide clear information on the configuration and routing of piping systems.

As a potential actor in these industries, it is therefore vital that you have a thorough understanding of Piping Isometric components and construction.

Piping Isometrics don’t have to be a complicated ! It isn’t rocket science ! This course will make you a Piping Isometric expert and you will know how to read, interpret and successfully understand all of those many lines and piping symbols.

The knowledge gained in this course will help you to understand ALL Isos so that you can draw the correct information from them.

This will set you apart from your peers, whether you are an operator, engineer, or manager and will give you an edge over your competitors when seeking employment at one of these industrial facilities.

This training course starts by initiating you to basic blueprint reading (which is also used in electrical, hydraulic and mechanical fields of expertise), then moves on to familiarize you with simple to complex isometric features, such as isometric offsets.

Symbols are also discussed thoroughly with all the isometric standards, conventions and designation codes that apply to them. These include :

  • valves (gate, globe, ball, butterfly...)

  • process equipment (pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, reactors...)

  • instrumentation (flow meters, temperature transmitters, pressure gauges...)

  • piping and fittings

  • ...

Included in the course are access to numerous downloadable resources, real industrial examples of Piping Isometrics and the keys to interpret them in high quality video lectures. You will be able to practice and become even more proficient with these bonus items that you will find throughout the course.

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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Top 5 Modules of Piping Layouts & Design

Layout Design & Piping for Compressors, Pipe Rack, Columns, Heat Exchangers, Pumps.

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 109, Price: $19.99

Students: 109, Price:  Paid

This Course has been organised into 5 detailed sections. 5 Sections have been categories into 32 Lectures where individual section is explained in an organised way. The complete course can be finished in 5 hours.

Piping Engineering involves layout & piping for various Equipment, out of these top 5 Equipment layout designs have been explained in detail in this course.

What you'll learn

Top 5 Modules of Piping Layouts & Design

  1. Compressor Layout Design & Piping

  2. Pipe Rack Layout Design & Piping

  3. Column Layout Design & Piping

  4. Heat Exchanger Layout Design & Piping

  5. Pump Layout Design & Piping

In each section following aspects of layouts have been covered :

  1. Various types of individual equipment

  2. Various inputs required to start the equipment piping and layout

  3. Operational and Maintenance aspects of specific Equipment

  4. Elevation deciding criteria for various equipment

  5. Support & Flexibility requirements

  6. 3D pictorial views of various layouts of specific Equipment

  7. Typical Guidelines to be followed for piping Layouts

All the guidelines have been organized in a systematic manner so that same can implemented with ease. Also, many layout optimizing tricks have been captured so that whole layout can be optimized.

Practical examples related to commonly faced problems have been captured, along with their solutions. Example, causes & solutions related to NPSH, Cavitation, equipment elevations, Support & flexibility, operational & maintenance related have been captured in detail and explained in a organized manner.

Dont forget to leave your feedback / Rating / Area of improvements at the end of course.

Hot Tapping In Pipeline and Piping Industries – ENGLISH

Connecting a new Piping system to an existing one without interruption, Shutdown or Production loss

Created by Professional Engineering - Engineering

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Students: 73, Price: $19.99

Students: 73, Price:  Paid

Hot tapping is the technique of attaching mechanical or welded branch fitting to pipeline, piping or equipment in service while while it is under pressure or has been depressurized but has not been cleared for conventional construction method.  , and creating an opening in that pipeline, piping or equipment by drilling or cutting a portion of the pipeline, piping or equipment within the attached fitting.

Hot tapping is usually performed when it is not feasible, or it is impractical, to take the equipment, Pipeline or Piping out of service, or to purge or clean it by conventional methods.

The decision should only be made when 

(1) continuity of service is essential, 

(2) shutdown of the system is impractical, 

(3) documented procedures are followed,

(4) special equipment is used which will provide effective protection for employees.

A hot tap connection can often be safely made without interfering with the process operation.

Hot-tapping is potentially hazardous and therefore should only by undertaken when shown to be technically feasible and to offer a clear advantage over alternatives.

This advantage may be economic and, in some situations, the safety and environmental risks may be less than those associated with more conventional methods.

Module 2: Pipes and Piping Components (2/7) – ARABIC

Fundamentals of Process piping in Oil and Gas industry

Created by Professional Engineering - Engineering

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Students: 48, Price: $29.99

Students: 48, Price:  Paid

Here we go with Module No.2 of the program '' Fundamentals of Process Piping Engineering in Oil and Gas Industries'' 

This Course is Mainly Composed of 3 Sections 

Section 1 : Pipes and Piping Systems understanding 

Section 2: Pipes and Piping System Various Components 

Section 3 : Piping Systems Material Specifications and Classification 

All about Valves : Classification & Types

All about Piping and Valve design : 5 Modules

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 38, Price: $19.99

Students: 38, Price:  Paid

Valves are important part of Piping industry. In this video series, it is explained about all the valve categories. all the valves types have been listed and explained each and every type. All major type of isolation, regulation, non-return and special type of valves have been discussed. working/operation, advantages and disadvantages have been explained.

8 Important Elements of Piping Engineering

Piping Engineering - Life-cycle - Design Basis - Process Interface - Pipes - Valves - Flanges - Strainers & Steam Traps

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 34, Price: $19.99

Students: 34, Price:  Paid

This Piping Design course has been organized into 8 detailed sections. 8 Sections of Piping Engineering course have been categories into 36 Lectures where individual section is explained in an organized way. The complete course can be finished in 4.5 hours.

What you’ll learn

    1. What is Piping Engineering: First section explains the total scope of piping engineering. Major deliverable produced by Piping discipline are listed out along with the various required inputs to produce the same. Typical Organograms of typical EPC organization & piping discipline are shown to understand the working of this sector. It explains the flow of information to and from piping discipline to execute any oil and gas project.

    2. Oil & Gas Project Life Cycle: This Section talks about typical project life cycle. Example of Oil and Gas Project is taken to further break-out the phases into stages. Each project stage is explained along with the various deliverable produced at each stage by the stakeholders involved.

    3. Piping Design Basis: Design basis is a foundation document of any Project. It briefs all the technical requirements which needs to be followed in a particular project.

    4. How important is Process interface: Process is initial point of any project. All the initial documents comes from Process only. In this course all the basis flow of information from and to the process have been captured and explained in a systematic manner.

    5. What is Pipe & various types: In Piping industry there are various kind of piping systems which have been covered in this Course in detail. Pipe definition, Pipe schedule, Pipe tracing types (electric, Heat, Steam) are also covered. Plastic pipe types and it benefits along with various applications have also been covered in this course.

    6. Valve Classifications & Operations: All type valves (Isolation, regulation, non-return and special types) are explained in a systematic manner. Along with the various valve principals, applications, valve operations in different plant conditions are also captured and explained.

    7. Flange Types & Details: Various flange types and its applications have been explained along with the concept of PT rating and flange Standards (ASME 16.5 & ASME 16.47) are detailed in this course. Along with various clauses covered in dimensional standards, difference between Series A & Series B are explained in detail.

    8. Strainers & Steam Trap Details: Various types of strainers & steam traps along with its applications have been captured and explained in a organized manner.

Dont forget to leave your feedback / Rating / Area of improvements at the end of course.

Aspen Plus V11 : Piping Systems Valves Pumps & Compressors

Steady-State Simulation and Modeling of Piping Systems, Fittings, Valves, Pumps and Compressors using Aspen Plus V11

Created by WR Training - Petroleum Petrochemical & Chemical Engineering

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Students: 29, Price: $29.99

Students: 29, Price:  Paid

Welcome to this online course on chemical engineering simulation using Aspen Plus.

Aspen Plus is a powerful engineering simulation software that you can use to model a wide range of chemical processes.

It is widely used in engineering universities and in the industry, in research, development, modeling and design.

Aspen Plus serves as the engineering platform for modeling processes from Upstream through Gas Processing to Petroleum Refining, Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Pharmaceutical processes.

This online course is designed around a series of piping system examples which we work through to a model solution. It is an essential guide to understanding the principles, features and functions of Aspen Plus when modeling piping systems, fittings, valves, pumps and compressors.

This understanding is a prerequisite for a successful design, simulation, rating & optimization of your plant and piping system.

The knowledge gained in this course will set you apart from your peers, whether you are a graduate student, a practicing chemical engineer, or a manager, and will give you an edge over your competitors when seeking employment at industrial facilities.

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

Spread the wings of your knowledge

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IMPORTANT NOTES :

Aspen Plus is a complex process simulator and, in our opinion, the best way to learn is with hands-on experience, by attempting each example provided in this online course, and when difficulties are encountered, by referring to the problem setup and solution that you can find in the downloadable resource section.

The downloadable resources contain the input and solutions to all of the examples and workshops covered in this online course. There is a root folder for each section, within which, there are subfolders named Examples. Each example is provided in .bkp Aspen Plus format and .txt format. The .bkp files are set up as input files to view details and may be executed. The .txt files are solutions and may be viewed with Notepad. We recommend that while reading the text, Aspen Plus be used simultaneously to execute and review each example.

Lastly, we have made an effort to provide the describing equations of most of the models referred to in this online course and if not possible, because of the proprietary nature of the software, we have described the functionality. Please keep in mind that Aspen Plus is a proprietary software and the source code and implementation details are not available. Additionally, there are frequently several ways to solve the equations that describe the blocks, and there is no way to ascertain these details since Aspen Technology does not provide them.

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SOFTWARE & HARDWARE :

The Aspen Plus software, like most other software, is being developed on a continuous basis and new versions are released frequently. This online course covers Aspen Plus version 11, which is the most recent version at the moment we recorded this video. Please keep in mind that this online course covers the fundamental features of Aspen Plus which do not change from version to version. The course covers the use of Aspen Plus on computers that use the Windows operating system. We assume that Aspen Plus is installed on your computer and that you have basic knowledge of operating the computer. If you are new to Aspen Plus and have little or no experience in chemical engineering simulation, then you have come to the right place.

Under Ground Piping Networks

All about Underground piping items & Networks

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 27, Price: $24.99

Students: 27, Price:  Paid

What you'll learn

  • All about Under Ground Piping

  • Basic Definitions

  • Various Rules to be followed

  • General Terms : Catch basin, Manholes, Valve Pits, Diversion Pits, Invert Elevations, Listing Stations

  • Various Underground Networks : Oily water, Contaminated Rain water, Cooling Water, Closed drain networks

  • Trench Piping

  • Composite drawings

  • Scope & Responsibility Splits

This covers, Why UG piping is required, what basic rules need to be followed. It covers most the underground items eg. Catch basin, Manholes, Valve Pits, Diversion Pits, Invert Elevations, Listing Stations. Various open and closed drain networks are also covered along with Cooling water network. Most of the critical things about Composite drawings are also covered eg What are those drawings and why those drawings are required, who are the various stakeholders involved and basic required to generate these drawings.

Various drawings, cross sectional views have been added at various stage of the course which can be very useful to understand the fundamentals.

In the end we will discuss the various scope & responsibility splits among various disciplines. all phases from Proposal to Feed to Detailed design stages have been covered to understand the scope & responsibilities of various disciplines.

In this course my Dear Friend Mr. Laxmikant Sawleshwarkar has helped a lot. His contributions have really helped to add more value to the content. I am sure he is going to contribute in upcoming courses too.

Dont miss to provide your feedback.

Pump Piping and Layouts

All piping and layouts of Pump piping

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 26, Price: $19.99

Students: 26, Price:  Paid

Following Modules have been captured and explained in this Section:

What is a Pump? & Common types of Pumps used in our Industry.

What is NPSH & Possible Solutions for NPSH problems

What is Cavitation and What are the major causes?

Important Components on Pump Suction Piping.

Discussion on Pump Layout and Piping

Layout aspects of Pump Piping

Pump Spacing Criteria

Stress recommendations

Model/Pictorial views

Column Piping and Layouts

All about Column piping and layouts

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 21, Price: $19.99

Students: 21, Price:  Paid

Following five Modules have been discussed :

1. Column functioning (along with all associated items)

2. Column Layout aspects

3. Column Nozzle orientation

4. Platform and ladder requirements

5. Operational and maintenance aspects

All layout requirements & nozzle orientation requirements have been take care and explained. Each and every nozzle requirement and its orientation possibilities have been explained.

Heat Exchangers : Piping Layouts

All about Exchanger Piping

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 20, Price: $19.99

Students: 20, Price:  Paid

Heat exchangers are integral part of any plant. In this video we will cover the following five modules.

Classification of Heat Exchanger

Constructional and Operating features for all Type exchangers

Layout Aspects

  • Shell and Tube exchanger

  • Spiral Exchanger

  • Plate type Exchanger

Layout Aspects : 3D Pictorial Views

Interesting facts : Optimizing Layout

It will cover all aspects of Piping layouts for Heat exchangers

7 Modules of Pipe Materials II Piping Engineering

All About Piping Materials (Ferrous)

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 18, Price: $29.99

Students: 18, Price:  Paid

7 Modules of Pipe Materials

This course covers 7 important sections which talks about the materials generally used in piping industry. First section talks about the various elements of materials along with their impact on chemical & mechanical properties.

Commonly used Elements which are covered in this section are Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Chromium, Molybdenum, Nickel etc.

In second section most common terms relate to heat treatment & general are covered, for example: Hardenability, Quenching, Tempering, Elasticity, Tensile strength, Yield strength & ductility.

Third section talks about the various factors which are required to understand the ASTM standard. It will answer the questions like what are ASTM standards, why these standards are required, how these standards are developed. Each and every alphabet & numeric number in Standard’s name has a meaning. All these nomenclatures shall be discussed with some practical examples.

Next four sections talk about Carbon Steel, Low temperature carbon steels; Stainless steel & Alloy steel pipes. Most of the common & important clauses from various ASTM standards have been covered.

Pipe Materials for Seamless & welded pipes have been listed for various steel types and their ASTM standards along with various grades have been explained. Chemical & Mechanical Properties w.r.t. various compositions have been discussed. Various Grades are compared w.r.t. each other so that better clarity is there to understand various clauses. Ordering information w.r.t. individual Pipe material has been furnished and explained in detail. Various factors behind getting the required the mechanical & chemical properties have been discussed.

Glad to inform that I have used some graphics in this course specially to make it interesting, and to avoid distractions because of literature involved.

PipeRack Design : Piping and layouts

Systematically explained the pipe rack design concepts

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 18, Price: $19.99

Students: 18, Price:  Paid

Following modules have been covered and explained in systemic way. All the design considerations have been captured and explained in such a way that whole design section is covered.

•Inputs required

•Conceptual Design

–Interconnection Diagram

–Calculating rack width and no. of Tiers from Interconnection Diagram

–Operational/Maintenance/Access requirements

–Deciding the Elevation of transverse beams

Design Considerations

•Guidelines for placing lines on Piperack

Battery Limit Configurations have been explained

•Supporting & Flexibility requirements

•Equipment on Piperack

•Platforms above Piperack

Compressor Piping and Layouts

Compressor type, associated items, Layout aspects for Piping have been explained

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 17, Price: $19.99

Students: 17, Price:  Paid

Following five modules shall be covered :

1. Definitions and types of compressors

2. Associated items of compressors

3. Steam turbine driven compressors & associated items

4. How to decide the elevation of compressors (all combinations)

5. Piping layout aspects

It covers all the piping and layout aspects which need to be taken care while preparing the compressor piping layout & shelter design.

Introduction to Piping Engineering

All about piping engineering : Piping interface and deliverables

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 16, Price: $19.99

Students: 16, Price:  Paid

Following five modules have been covered :

1. Introduction to piping Engineering

2. Typical EPC organogram

3. Introduction to piping Components

4. Piping Responsibilities and Deliverables

5. Piping interface with other disciplines (various inputs & outputs)

This course is for beginners and it explains each and everything required to get introduced with he piping engineering. Once a candidate go through the course he/she can understand various other modules of piping engineering.

Isometric Management : Piping Engineering

Art of Managing Isometrics

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 12, Price: $19.99

Students: 12, Price:  Paid

  1. Isometrics Management

  2. Understanding Stakeholder’s Expectation

    • Mentioning how to meet Stakeholder’s expectations

    • Small introduction to Isometric & it’s sections

    • Various Stages of Isometric life cycle

    • Various mandatory items of Isometric tracker

  3. Extraction of Data from Tracker

  4. Status of isometrics: To get the progress/status of Checkers/Modelers/Line sizes

    • Learning Pivot Tables

    • Learning Slicers in Pivot Tables

    • Adding More than one Pivot Table

    • Merging Slicers & Pivot Tables

    • Pivot table options

  5. Hold Management

    • How to prepare & present various Holds in isometrics

  6. Tricks to fill data Quickly in Tracker

  7. Extracting Statistics on Daily/weekly/Monthly basis

All about Flanges : Piping Engineering

Flanges II PT rating II ASME B16.5 II ASME B16.47

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 8, Price: $19.99

Students: 8, Price:  Paid

Flanges are integral part of any piping system.

What is Flange

•Slip on Flange

•Socket welded Flange

•Screwed Flange

•Lap Joint Flange

•Weld Neck Flange

•Blind Flange

Pressure Temperature rating (PT Rating)

•Pressure Temperature Rating : Definitions

•Pressure Temperature Rating : Understanding with an Example of A-105

•Pressure Temperature Rating : Understanding Flanges

ASME B16.5 vs ASME B16.47

Comparison between Series A & Series B for ASME B16.47

Isolation Valves : Piping Engineering

All about Piping isolation Valves

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 5, Price: $19.99

Students: 5, Price:  Paid

Isolation valves are integral part of Piping systems. in this section we are going to discuss the various types of valves, it's body of construction, functions, applications along with advantages & disadvantages.

  • Gate valves

  • Ball valves

  • plug valves

  • Butterfly valves

  • DBB valves

Pictorial views of valves based on isolation have been captured and explained. Session on regulation valves have also been prepared on similar manner.

Piping important Components : Flange II Strainers II Traps

Piping Components : Flange II Strainers II Traps

Created by Atul Singla - PMP certified Piping Professional

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Students: 5, Price: $19.99

Students: 5, Price:  Paid

Piping Systems consists of various components. Understanding Flanges , Strainers & steam traps are important components. We need to understand basics so that the piping systems are optimized and designed. In this section various types of flanges, Strainers & Steam traps shall be discussed. To understand better w.r.t. Piping systems Pump suction piping components shall be discussed.

1.What is Flange

•Slip on Flange

•Socket welded Flange

•Screwed Flange

•Lap Joint Flange

•Weld Neck Flange

•Blind Flange

2.Strainers

•Y-Type Strainers

•Basket Type Strainers

•T-Strainer

•Conical

3.Pump Piping Components

4.Steam Traps

•Mechanical Traps

•Thermostatic Traps

•Thermodynamic Traps