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Process Piping Design and Engineering per ASME B 31.3

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Process Piping Design & Engineering per ASME B 31.3


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Process Piping Design & Engineering per ASME B 31.3


This is a comprehensive program designed to present all major topics relative to the Process Piping Drafting, Detailed Engineering / Layout Engineering of Piping Systems, Mechanical design, Hydraulic design, Construction of Piping Systems and Stress Analysis of Process Piping Systems. 


The program also covers Process Equipments, Plant Layout, and Mechanical & Hydraulic Design of Pipelines. It is one of the Unique Training Program which covers comprehensive Static Stress Analysis of Piping Systems along with CAESAR – II software. 


The program duration is 45 days Full time Instruction including concept theory, design calculations, piping drawings, system design, drafting and exposure to Industry Leading Pipe Stress Analysis Software (CAESAR – II).  


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Fresh Mechanical / Chemical Engineering Graduates, Diploma & ITI.


Practicing Piping Design/layout Engineers, Piping 3d Cad Engineers, Piping Draftsmen, Piping Construction Engineers, Piping Fabrication Engineers, Piping Supervisors, Piping Stress Engineers, Piping QA/QC engineers.


 


WHAT YOU WILL LEARN


Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to


Perform various tasks in piping works, which can be related to Layout & Design, Drafting, Stress analysis & Construction, in  Design Office, EPC Companies, & Plant Owner Companies.


Create & Understand Piping Layouts and Isometrics.


Create MTO (Material Take off).


Establish Pressure Ratings for Piping Components, Valves / Flanges.


Select Flange, Gaskets, Valves etc.


Understand & Use ASME Code & Standards.


Understand Equipment Vendor Drawings.


Create Plant equipment & piping layouts.


Understand Flow Diagrams (BFD/PFD’s & P& ID’s).


Interpret Pipe Properties.


Create Piping Material Specifications.


Perform Pressure Design/Hydraulic Design Calculations.


Piping Stress Requirements.


Perform Manual Pipe Stress Calculations using formulae, graphs, charts, nomographs.


Use CAESAR II Software to create 3d models of Piping Systems & Perform Static Stress Analysis.


Understand Piping Construction Requirements including Non Destructive Examination (NDE), Testing of Piping Systems, Fabrication Requirements, Assembly & Erection Practices. 


 


COURSE MODULES


I) Piping Systems Detailed Engineering /Plant & Piping Layout Engineering / Piping Drafting.        


Piping Fundamentals 


ASME Codes & Standards 


Pipe Fittings 


Flanges 


Valves 


Special Elements 


Mechanical/Process Equipments 


Flow Diagrams 


Piping Specifications 


Piping & Equipment Layout 


Piping Isometrics 


Piping Spools 


Pipe Supports


 


II) Piping & Pipeline Systems Design. 


Pressure Design of Process Piping Systems/ Pipelines/ Building Services Piping. 


Hydraulic Design of Liquid Piping Systems & Pipelines. 


 


III) Pipe Stress Analysis. 


Introduction 


Pipe Span Calculations 


Expansion Loops & Expansion Joints 


Layout Solutions for Weight, Thermal, & Wind Loads. 


Sustained Loads 


Flexibility Analysis using Code Equations 


Occasional Loads 


 


IV) CAESAR II – Software Static Analysis.


 


PROGRAM DESCRIPTION


 


I) Piping Systems Detailed Engineering /Plant & Piping Layout Engineering / Piping Drafting.


Module - 1) Piping Fundamentals


Introduction to Process Plants


Difference between Code and Standards


Scope of Piping in Projects.


Plant Piping Systems and Transportation Pipelines.


Definition & Application of Pipe


Difference between pipes and tubes,


Pipe Designators – NPS , IPS , NB, Pipe Wall Thickness & Schedule, Pipe Weights, Lengths, Grades, Ends, Joining Methods, Methods of Manufacture, Pipe Ratings, Pipe Symbols.


ASTM Specifications of pipes.


Module - 2) Pipe Fittings – ASME Standards, Selection, Application, Drawing Symbols & Dimensioning.


Types of Fittings – Butt Weld, Screwed & Socket Weld.


Elbow – 90 degree (LR & SR), 45 degree, Reducing Ell, Elbow Representations on drawings, different views, drawing call outs .


Pipe Bends – Miter Bends, Miter types, Miter angle determination, Miter stress requirements, 180 degree Return, Representations on drawings.


Branch Connections – Weld Straight & Reducing Tee, Cross & Lateral. Representations on drawings, drawing call outs.


Reducers – Concentric & Eccentric, Reducer Offsets Representations on drawings, Drawing call outs.


Eccentric reducer applications, offset calculation.


Stub Ends, Stub end types: Long, Short, Class A, Class B Representations on drawings, Application of Stub Ends.


Fabricated Branch Connections – Stub In & Stub On, Representations on drawings, Welding Minimums for Stub In.


Branch Reinforcements – Reinforcing Pad, Welding Saddle, Representations on drawings, Drawing call outs.


O let Fittings – Weldolets, Sockolets, Threadolets, Latrolets, Elbolets & Sweepolets, Nipolet, Flangolet Representations on drawings.


Types of Couplings: Full coupling, Reducing coupling, Half coupling, Representations on drawings, Drawing call outs.


Weld Cap, Plug, Representations on drawings, Drawing call outs.


Fitting Makeup – Dimensioning, Placement of Dimensions.


Minimum Pipe length requirements. 


Screwed & Socket Weld Fittings – Union, Plug, Coupling, Types of couplings, coupling applications. Types of Swages, Swage end configurations. Swage applications.


Classes of Screwed & Socket Weld Fittings 


Dimensioning Exercises


Module - 3) Pipe Flanges – ASME Standards, Symbols, Selection & Application.


Definition of Flange.


Types of Flanges and Application, P-T. Ratings. – Forged Steel and Cast Iron Flanges.


Flange Facings – Flat Face, Raised Face, RTJ, & Male - Female, Tongue & Groove. Flange Face Finish types, application.


Weld Neck, Slip On, Threaded, Socket Weld, Lap-Joint, Reducing, Blind & Orifice Flanges.


Flange considerations by a Piping Engineer and by Code. Bolt hole requirements. Bolts & Nuts types.


Gaskets – Types, Thickness, selection requirements 


Flange selection exercise.


Dimensioning Exercises.


Module - 4) Valves – ASME/API Standards, Symbols, Selection & Application.


Definition.


Valve Functions, P-T Ratings, Difference in Valve and flange Ratings, Valve Tag numbers, Locations & End Connections.


Valve Types – Gate, Globe, Ball, Check, Butterfly, Angle, PRV/PSV, Plug, Control Valve, Diaphragm, Needle, Piston, Flush bottom, 3-Way, 4-Way,  etc.


Control Valve Manifold: Types, Function, Layout types, Representation & Requirements on flow Diagrams and Layouts.


Valve Operators.


Valve Data Sheet preparation and understanding.


Valve Trim.


Valve Selection.


Valve Layout Considerations.


Dimensioning Exercises.


Module - 5) ASME Codes & Standards


Introduction to ASME Pressure Piping Design Codes.


ASME Standards for Common Piping Elements.


API Codes.


Other Codes & Standards.


Module - 6) Piping Special Elements.


Strainers


Bellows/Expansion Joints.


Rupture Disc.


Spectacle Blind.


Blanks.


Spacers.


Steam Traps.


Flame Arrestor.


Vortex Breaker.


Module - 7) Process Mechanical Equipments – API Standards, Symbols, & Application.


Static – Horizontal Vessels, Distillation columns, Storage Tanks, Heat Exchanger & Re boiler, Fired Heaters, Reactors, Cooling Towers.


Rotary – Pumps, Compressor, Fans.


Vessel trim.


Module - 8) Flow Diagrams.


Block flow Diagrams-BFD,


Process Flow Diagram – PFD. 


Utility Flow Diagram- UFD,


Piping & Instrumentation Diagram – P & ID.


Line Numbering,


Line Number requirements, 


Piping Tracing(Jacket Piping ,Steam/Electric tracing).


P& ID Requirements, 


Line Designation table/ Line list creation from P & ID.


Print Reading Exercise, 


Flow Diagram Exercises, 


Symbols & Abbreviations.


Equipment vendor data/PDS,


Instrument Types & Symbols – Flow, Temp, Pressure & Level.


Instrument Hook-up Drawing


Module - 9) Piping Material Specification (PMS)/ Piping class


PMS and its requirements,


Piping Specifications / Material Selection / P-T ratings / Valve Data / Branch table / Abbrevation details. 


PMS Application/Use by various departments.


Module - 10) Plot Plan, Equipment Layout, & Piping GA Drawings.


Plot Plan Development & Requirements.


Layout Terminology & call outs,


Control Point & Plant north, Battery Limits.


Equipment Layout:  Types, Guidelines for preparation based on type, 


Guidelines for Building layout types.


Piping GA Drawing Requirements and Layout Procedure.


Pipe routing requirements


Pump GA Drawing and Layout Consideration.


Tank & Vessel Layout Consideration.


GA - Print Reading Exercise.


oInputs(Drawings/Documents) for piping G A drawings.


Module - 11) Piping Isometrics


Isometric requirements


Drawing Piping Isometrics


Isometric Dimensions, Notes & Callouts.


Isometric Offsets.


Print Reading Exercises.


Exercises on Creation of Isometrics form Piping Plans and Sections.


Inputs (Drawings/Documents) for piping Isometric drawings.


Module - 12) Piping Spools


Definition


Types of Spool Drawings.


Guidelines to Prepare Spool Drawings.


Print Reading Exercises.


Exercises on Creation of Piping Spool from Piping Isometrics.


MTO (Material Take Off):  Types, and applications.


Module - 13) Pipe Supports


Classification of Supports.


Primary supports


Secondary supports


Rest supports


Anchor supports


Standard supports


Standard support details required


Non Standard supports/Special pipe supports(SPS)


SPS  requirements.


Anchors.


Pipe Guides.


Limit Stops.


Pipe Shoe.


Shoe Guides / Hold down guides,


Dummy Leg / Trunion.


Field Support / Base Support.


Rigid Hangers – Rod & Clevis, Trapeze.


Pick up supports, 


Flexible/Spring supports – Variable & Constant.


Control valve manifold supports.


Piping support Engineer work procedure.


Pipe Rack Design – Types, Height & Width Calculations, Pipe Arrangements.


Control Station & Utility Station on Pipe Racks.


II) Piping Systems Design


Module - 1) Pressure Design of Process Piping Systems – ASME B 31.3.


Scope of ASME B 31.3, B31.4 & B 31.8


ASME B 31.3 Fluid Service Categories.


Design Pressure & Design Temperature for Piping Systems.


P-T Rating Determination of Flanges, Threaded  & Socket Weld Fittings.


Pressure Design of Straight Pipe under Internal Pressure. – Wall thickness Calculations.


MDP – Maximum Design Pressure for Piping S.ystems


Branch Reinforcements – Reinforcement Pad Calculations.


Pressure Design of Miter Bends – Single & Multiple Miters.


Pressure Design of Blanks.


Pipeline Wall thickness Calculations – B 31.4 / B 31.8.


MAOP – Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure for Pipelines.


Piping Material Selection per ASME Code.


Module - 2) Hydraulic Design of Liquid Piping Systems & Pipelines.


A.Pressure Drop Due to Friction


Velocity Variation in Pipes


Typical Velocities for Water Piping & Other Liquids


Pipe Sizing


Hazen Williams Equation


Darcy Weisbach Equation


Friction Factor


Reynolds Number


Colebrook White Equation


Moody Diagram


Minor Losses in Pipe Fittings – Equivalent Length Method & K-Factor method.


B.Pressure & Horse Power Required


Total Pressure Required to Transport – Friction Head, Elevation H