Process Equipment Design and Piping Engineering

  • Course level: Intermediate


This Process Equipment & Piping Systems training course in Dubai is designed to provide practical aspects of the mechanical design of pressure vessels, storage tanks, thermal equipment, piping systems, and fluid transport machinery.

This Process Equipment Design and Piping training course will discuss the performance of these components under various operating conditions including an in-depth explanation of the process of material degradation such as corrosion, erosion, fatigue, and others that may lead to component failure.

Several examples and case studies are included in the workshops and will demonstrate the application of the Fitness for Service (FFS) assessment method that enables quantitative evaluation of the remaining life in service of any component of equipment. Failure prevention methods will also be discussed and explained.


Who is this Training Course for?

This training course is designed to benefit all levels of Technical Personnel in the oil and gas industry as well as in chemical and process industries but will greatly benefit:

  1. Process, Mechanical and Chemical Engineers
  2. Operation and Maintenance Engineers
  3. Project Engineers
  4. Supervisors and Managers
  5. Technical Personnel involved in the inspection

What Will I Learn?

  • Understand the safe design and operation of pressurized process equipment
  • Follow the procedure for inspection and testing of process equipment
  • Apply the fundamental concepts and strategies to prevent failures
  • Use the best practices of FFS to estimate the remaining life of operating equipment
  • Select the methods of repair and alteration of pressurized process equipment

Topics for this course

41 Lessons

Process Equipment Design and Piping Engineering

S20C Piping Flexibility – Stress Checks00:00:00
Session 8 : ATAL FDP ||Dr. Nilesh R Raykar, Professor, SPCE Mumbai. Bombay.00:00:00
S11A Design by Analysis – Part 1: Digital Learning Session00:00:00
S12A Introduction to Design by Analysis as per ASME code00:00:00
S12F Buckling Analysis00:00:00
S12B Plastic Collapse Check00:00:00
S12G Fatigue Analysis00:00:00
S12C Case Study – Plastic Collapse Check00:00:00
S12E Local Failure check00:00:00
S12D Limit Load Analysis for Plastic Collapse Check00:00:00
A06A Flange Design Instructions R100:00:00
S13A Support Design – Introduction00:00:00
S13B Support Design – Skirt and Saddle Supports00:00:00
S13C Support Design – Skirt Design Procedure – I00:00:00
S13D Support Design – Skirt Design Procedure – II00:00:00
S13E Support Design – Skirt Design Calculations – I00:00:00
S14 Online live session on 5 May 202000:00:00
S15A Heat Exchanger Mechanical Design – Introduction00:00:00
S15B Heat Exchanger Mechanical Design – Basic Features00:00:00
S15C Heat Exchanger Mechanical Design – Tubesheet Design00:00:00
S15D Heat Exchanger Mechanical Design – Numerical Problem00:00:00
S15E Heat Exchanger Mechanical Design – Baffle Arrangement00:00:00
S13F Skirt Design Calculations II Revised00:00:00
S16 Online Live Session PEDPE 12 May 202000:00:00
S17A Pipes and Fittings – Introduction00:00:00
S17B Pipes and Fittings – Pipes00:00:00
S17C Pipes and Fittings – Fittings00:00:00
S17E Pipes and Fittings – Pipe Thickness Calculation00:00:00
S17F Pipes and Fittings – Pipe Bend Calculation00:00:00
S18A Pipe Sizing – Introduction00:00:00
S18B Pipe Sizing Methods00:00:00
S18C Pipe Sizing Eqv Straight Pipe Economcs00:00:00
S18D Pipe Sizing Pressure Drop Calculation I00:00:00
S18E Pipe Sizing Pressure Drop Calculation II00:00:00
S19A Pipe Support – Introduction00:00:00
S19B Pipe Support Design – Types of Support00:00:00
S19C Pipe Support Design – Locating Supports00:00:00
S19D Pipe Support Design – Selection of Constant Spring Support00:00:00
S19E Pipe Support Design – Selection of Variable Spring Hanger00:00:00
S20A Piping Flexibility – Introduction00:00:00
S20B Piping Flexibility – Check for Doing Flexibility Analysis00:00:00
Process Equipment

Enrolment validity: Lifetime


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