Process Equipment and Piping Systems: Application, Design and Operation
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Size & select major process equipment for specific applications
- Improve plant availability & productivity by applying industry standards & best practices
- Assess the degradation & condition of process equipment as well as make run/repair/replace decisions
- Achieve measurable improvement in the plant's mechanical reliability level & a reduction in failure rates
Engineers in process plants need an integrated & practical understanding of the key design, operation & maintenance aspects of major process equipment & piping systems. This course aims to provide participants with the skills to design & build business-focused facilities that can be safely & effectively operated & maintained while complying with all regulatory requirements, industry codes & standards. To achieve this end, the process equipment & piping systems must have the required level of reliability to perform their intended function, at the least life cycle cost, over their specified life.
This course builds on a focused & practical coverage of engineering materials properties & selection methods & provides structured procedures.
- Plant Integrity and Reliability
- Pressure Vessels and Reactors
- Liquid Storage Tanks
- Overpressure Protection
- Process Heaters
- Heat Exchangers
- Pumps , Compressors, Electric motors
- Industrial Failures and Failure Prevention
- Inspection and Testing
- Machinery Condition Monitoring
Who Should Attend
Professional and technical personnel in the petroleum, process, power, manufacturing, and other related industries • Mechanical engineers and designers • Process engineers • Project engineers • Other discipline engineers
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Almost all of EPIC's seminars and webinars offer :
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
These course credits will help attendees earn training requirements for their associations or provincial governing bodies.