BENEFITS OF TRAININGWhat does a piping engineer do?Piping Engineers are responsible for designing and building the piping systems that carry our water, gas, oil and waste. Piping Engineers first draw the blueprints for the system, and then they assist in selecting the materials that will be used to build the pipes and accompanying components.Training Schedule: By Request/In SessionTraining Method: Classroom/VirtualDuration: 5 DaysCOURSE OVERVIEW:Piping engineers play a vital role in surface facilities development and design. This course is structured to improve the confidence level of engineers in piping engineering design. The training outline and techniques are tailored to fit ASME code requirements.COURSE OUTLINE:–1. Definition of P & ID2. Why P & ID3. What P & ID entails4. Piping system5. Codes and standards6. Piping fittings/pipe components7. PFD (Process Flow Diagrams)8. Limitations of P & ID9. How to interpret P & ID10. Valve tag philosophy11. Translating P & ID into piping layout & Isometrics12. Pipeline construction processes13. Pigging operations14. Grade selection of line pipe15. Pipe grades/material selection etc.
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