Piping Engineering

Eligibility :

Fresh/ Experienced, Diploma/ Degree Mechanical, Chemical and Production Engineers

Piping Engineering course is one-of-a-kind. This course is structured to raise the level of expertise in piping design and to improve the competitiveness in the global markets. This course provides various piping system designs, development skills and knowledge of current trends of plant layout. The students are given case studies to develop their professional approach

Key Points of Syllabus

MODULE– 01- INTRODUCTION 

  • Introduction to SIT including Rules and Regulations, Session on Personality Development.
  • Introduction to Oil & Gas Sector including their Plot Plan and various functions and need of engineers
  • Introduction to EPC companies and  their departments and interfaces and need of engineers
  • Introduction to Welding and NDT
  • Introduction to Engineering Drawing and Piping Drawing including Piping Component Drawing, Joints and Isometrics.

MODULE – 02 – PIPING COMPONENTS,INSTRUMENTS AND PIPE SUPPORTS.

  • Understanding, Selection and Installation of Piping components  for various services including Isometric Drawings
  • Understanding, Selection and Installation of Valve for various services including Isometric Drawings
  • Understanding, Selection and Installation of Special Part  including Isometric Drawings
  • Understanding and Installation of Instruments including Isometric Drawings
  • Understanding, Selection and Marking of Pipe Supports

MODULE – 03 – CONVERTING P&ID IN TO PIPING LAYOUTS

  • Understanding Process Equipment including their installation and Piping requirement.
  • Understanding Utility Equipment including their installation and Piping Requirement.

MODULE – 04 – MATERIAL

  • Understanding Metallurgy and its use in project including ASTM Standards
  • Understanding Piping Components based on their material, Dimensional standards and selection criteria.
  • PT Rating and Pipe thickness Calculations using ASME B 31.3
  • Reinforcement Pad Calculations and Mitre Bend Calculations using ASME B 31.3
  • Understanding and Writing VDS (Valve Data Sheets) for all Valve in Detail which is required for Designing and Construction
  • Understanding Special Parts used in Piping for various Purposes including their selection Criteria.
  • Understanding and Preparation of Piping Material Specification in detail.

MODULE– 05 – PLOT PLAN DEVELOPMENT

  • Understanding requirement of various units and relevant standards and development of Overall Plot Plan as it is as per the Industrial Projects using statutory requirement.

MODULE– 06 – PIPE RACK DESIGN

  • Detailed Design of Pipe Rack including Understanding need of Pipe Rack, Placing Lines, Width & Height Calculations, development of Pipe Rack Layouts and Isometric Preparation.

MODULE – 07 – STORAGE TERMINAL / TANK FARM DESIGN

  • Detailed Design of Storage terminal including Understanding need of Tank Farm, and development of Equipment and Piping Layouts, Support Design, Nozzle Orientation and construction Isometrics based on Green Field and Brown field Concept.

MODULE – 08 – DISTILLATION COLUMN PIPING SETUP DESIGN

  • Detailed Design of Distillation Column Setup, which one of the  most important and most widely used almost in all the processing industry for separation of Liquids, including conceptual study, Equipment and  Piping Layouts, Support Design, Nozzle Orientation, Construction Isometrics and final MTO based on Green Field and Brown Field Concept.

MODULE – 09 – REACTOR SETUP DESIGN

  • Detailed design of Reactor Setup which is most widely used in chemical, FMCG, Pharmaceutical for chemical reaction, including conceptual study, Equipment and Piping Layouts, Support Design, Nozzle Orientation, Construction Isometrics and final MTO based on Green Field and Brown Field Concept.

MODULE – 10 – STRESS / FLEXIBILITY ANALYSIS

  • Understanding concept of Stress Analysis, various methods of releasing stress in piping system, support selection to minimise stresses in piping system including support span calculations and loop calculations.
  • Flexibility Analysis using CAESAR-II   

MODULE– 11 – PDMS : TRAINING / PRACTICE

MODULE– 12 – CAESAR : TRAINING / PRACTICE

 

 

 

Objective
  • To identify the basic vocabulary and to introduce the major concepts of piping system design

  • To provide & understand the basic piping requirements for design as per the international codes & standards

  • To understand how to design cost effective new installation

  • To understand how to create cost effective design in trouble shooting as well as while improving existing piping system.

Batch No. Category Planned Starting Date Last Date of Admission Completion Date Duration Timings
01135 Full Time 22-Oct-2018 15-Oct-2018 09-Feb-2019 3.5 Months Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
01136 Full Time 18-Feb-2019 11-Feb-2019 08-Jun-2019 3.5 Months Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
01137 Full Time 17-Jun-2019 10-Jun-2019 12-Oct-2019 3.5 Months Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
01138 Part Time 04-Aug-2019 28-Jul-2019 31-Jul-2020 1 Year Sunday 8.00am to 5.30pm
01139 Full Time 14-Oct-2019 07-Oct-2019 08-Feb-2020 3.5 Months Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
01140 Full Time 10-Feb-2020 03-Feb-2020 06-Jun-2020 3.5 Months Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
Batch No. Planned Starting Date
01135 22-Oct-2018
  • Category : Full Time
  • Last Date of Admission : 15-Oct-2018
  • Completion Date : 09-Feb-2019
  • Duration : 3.5 Months
  • Timings : Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
01136 18-Feb-2019
  • Category : Full Time
  • Last Date of Admission : 11-Feb-2019
  • Completion Date : 08-Jun-2019
  • Duration : 3.5 Months
  • Timings : Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
01137 17-Jun-2019
  • Category : Full Time
  • Last Date of Admission : 10-Jun-2019
  • Completion Date : 12-Oct-2019
  • Duration : 3.5 Months
  • Timings : Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
01138 04-Aug-2019
  • Category : Part Time
  • Last Date of Admission : 28-Jul-2019
  • Completion Date : 31-Jul-2020
  • Duration : 1 Year
  • Timings : Sunday 8.00am to 5.30pm
01139 14-Oct-2019
  • Category : Full Time
  • Last Date of Admission : 07-Oct-2019
  • Completion Date : 08-Feb-2020
  • Duration : 3.5 Months
  • Timings : Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
01140 10-Feb-2020
  • Category : Full Time
  • Last Date of Admission : 03-Feb-2020
  • Completion Date : 06-Jun-2020
  • Duration : 3.5 Months
  • Timings : Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm

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