PIPING ENGINEERING TRAINING
Piping Engineering Training course, we believe in practice what you preach and therefore each candidate is encouraged to practically conduct each topic that is discussed for better understanding of real-world scenario Piping. This practice of comprehensive training allows candidate to gain all the concepts and skills effectively and to later efficiently apply on their field of work.
EGAI is one of the Best Piping training institute in Chennai with 100% placement assistance. EGAI has well structure modules and training program designed for both students and working professionals separately. At EGAI, Piping Engineering training is conducted during all 5 days, and special weekend classes. Can also be arranged and scheduled. We also provide fast track training programs for students and professionals looking to upgrade themselves instantly.
Why Piping Engineering Training in Chennai at EGAI?
Learning evergreen technology from EGAI makes your career to be rich one. Our Piping courses include all recent technologies like NDT, PIPING and etc. EGAI is home to practical, real-time and placement assistance focused training in Chennai. Our Piping Engineering training is carried by experienced trainers based on the industry standards and training students for real world challenges.
What is Piping Engineering?
Piping Engineering involves precise calculation and software, Piping is a system of pipes used to convey fluid in the form of liquids and gases from one location to another. Piping Engineering includes production of various drawings and documents. It is very important for any industrial plant. Some of the activities for Piping Design and Detailed Engineering 3D modeling, plot plan, stress analysis, support engineering, piping modeling, support modeling and many more. Piping Engineering is big part of the power plant. Piping engineering involves Selection of Pipe material. Pipe sizing Calculation of Pipe OD’s and ID’s. Pipe Thickness calculation Calculating the thickness of pipe for the given pressure condition. Pipe pressure drop calculation The pressure drop caused due to flow of fluid from one point to another. Piping layout engineering, Piping stress analysis, Piping Support design.
Responsibilities of Piping Engineer
- Piping design engineers involvement starts right from the plant feasibility study and then to detail engineering study and remains till commissioning of chemical plant.
- Study of process requirements and site conditions to prepare equipment layout and complete pot plan.
- Co-ordinate with civil and structural engineers to finalize pipe rack, platforms, foundations and other structural requirements.
- Provide support to all purchase activities and evaluate all vendor documents for technical requirements.
- Analyze all mechanical data sheets (MDS) and develop required mechanical drawings like nozzle orientations, support clip drawings etc.
- Preparation piping layout and isometrics adhering to process requirements, erection, operation-ability, maintenance and safety.
- Preparation of piping material specification (PMS) and valve material specification (VMS).
- Preparation and regular updation of material take off (MTO) as per changes in piping layout and process piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID).
- Review the vendor supplied documents like pump drawings, skid plan, equipment data sheet etc to ensure piping requirements are fulfilled.
- Stress analysis of stress critical lines and support marking for all the isometrics. Ensuring sufficient structural members/pedestrals are in place to place all the piping supports.
- Co-ordinate with structural and equipment departments for handling excess loads and structural members and equipment nozzles as an outcome of stress analysis.
- Verify the requirements of high point vents and low point drains more than specified in process P&ID to facilitate the hydrotesting.
- Assisting site construction team for any field raised issue by providing immediate solution.
What Is Nondestructive Testing?
Nondestructive testing (NDT) is the process of inspecting, testing, or evaluating materials, components or assemblies for discontinuities, or differences in characteristics without destroying the serviceability of the part or system. In other words, when the inspection or test is completed the part can still be used. In contrast to NDT, other tests are destructive in nature and are therefore done on a limited number of samples (“lot sampling”), rather than on the materials, components or assemblies actually being put into service. These destructive tests are often used to determine the physical properties of materials such as impact resistance, ductility, yield and ultimate tensile strength, fracture toughness and fatigue strength, but discontinuities and differences in material characteristics are more effectively found by NDT. Today modern nondestructive tests are used in manufacturing, fabrication and in-service inspections to ensure product integrity and reliability, to control manufacturing processes, lower production costs and to maintain a uniform quality level. During construction, NDT is used to ensure the quality of materials and joining processes during the fabrication and erection phases, and in-service NDT inspections are used to ensure that the products in use continue to have the integrity necessary to ensure their usefulness and the safety of the public. It should be noted that while the medical field uses many of the same processes, the term “nondestructive testing” is generally not used to describe medical applications.
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