Piping Design Course
Piping systems are like arteries and veins. They carry the lifeblood of modern civilization. In a modern city they transport water from the sources of water supply to the points of distribution; convey waste from residential and commercial buildings and other civic facilities to the treatment facility or the point of discharge. Similarly, pipelines carry crude oil from oil wells to tank farms for storage or to reï¬neries for processing. The natural gas transportation and distribution lines convey natural gas from the source and storage tank forms to points of utilization, such as power plants, industrial facilities, and commercial and residential communities. In chemical plants, paper mills, food processing plants, and other similar industrial establishments, the piping systems are utilized to carry liquids, chemicals, mixtures, gases, vapours, and solids from one location to another.Piping includes pipe, ï¬‚anges, ï¬ttings, bolting, gaskets, valves, and the pressure containing portions of other piping components. .
Types Of Pipe
Difference Between Pipe & Tube
Types of Pipe Manufacturing
Pressure drop Calculation
Calculate Pipe size, Thickness and Pressure Drop using Chart
Pump power calculation
Tube thickness & Diameter Calculation
Dish Head (Hemispherical head) Calculationn
Define Pipe Valve thickness by table
Selection of Valves & Flanges
Piping Isometric drawing 2D & 3D Isometric drawings
Codes & Standards, Guidelines
ASME B16 Piping Component Standards
ASME B31 Piping System Standards
Selection of ASME boiler and pressure Vessel code.
Types of support
Pipe support thickness Calculation
Types of Spring support & Usages.
P & ID and PFD Diagrams
Oil and Gas Engineering Company, Consultancy Company and EPC,
Power Plant Projects
Process Plants (Pharmacy, Paper, tyre, Sugar)
Process and Plant Design,
Shipbuilding and Architectural.
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