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  1. Professional Training Course in Pipe Stress Analysis

    Professional Training Course in Pipe Stress Analysis
    Course Objective
    • To apply the piping system stress analysis requirements of International Codes.
    • To understand how to use piping analysis software to meet these requirements.
    • To understand specific illustrations based on the Computer Aided Stress Analysis.

    Course Overview
    • Role of the stress analyst.
    • When to perform stress analysis.
    • Piping Code History.
    • Stress theory; evaluating stresses on piping & knowing which ones matter.
    • Load types, Failure criteria; primary & fatigue failures.
    • Code equations, Stress Intensification (SIFs).
    • Overview of Computer Aided Stress Analysis functions and how to use the program.
    • Detailed, important modelling issues – bends, reducers, valves, rigid elements, control parameters, non-linearity of restraints, connecting nodes, built-in databases and assorted modelling issues.
    • The mathematics behind Computer Aided Stress Analysis – Stiffness matrices and related issues.
    • Practical examples using Computer Aided Stress Analysis; input, analysis & redesign.
    • Theory – Designing for sustained loads; support configuration issues, spring hanger design, optimization of sustained loads.
    • Practical example.
    • Theory – Designing for expansion loads; flexibility.
    • Practical Examples.
    • Detailed problem solving of a complex model, including:
    • Imposed thermal displacements.
    • Expansion joint modelling & evaluation.
    • Structural steel modelling.
    • Spring hanger design.
    • Combining steel with piping.
    • Verification of API 610 pump loads.
    • Local vessel flexibilities using WRC 297.
    • Including vessel modelling.
    • Evaluation of local vessel stresses according to WRC 107.
    • Problem Solving Workshop – detailed example where each
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  2. Professional Training Course in Civil & Structural Design Engineering

    Professional Training Course in Civil & Structural Design Engineering
    Course Objective
    This course will help the candidates to have an in-depth understanding of structural
    behavior. This understanding will form a basis for analysis and design of
    building/structures. It will encourage use of Computer Aided Analysis & Design in the
    design process.
    Furthermore, the candidates will obtain the ability to choose and adapt calculation
    models and appropriate methods on the basis of in-depth understanding of the physical
    behavior, properties and limitations of the models and with regard to the actual purpose
    of the calculations.
    After the completion of this course the candidates will be able to:
    • Give a synthesis of Structural Mechanics and Structural Engineering on the basis of
    selected applications.
    • Widen the perspective on analysis and design of structural systems.
    • Have deep insight in Industrial design practices.
    Course Overview
    • Introduction to industry and industrial systems e.g. Infrastructure, Thermal Power
    Plant, Refinery, Petrochemical, Chemical etc
    • Role of civil engineers in various fields
    • Inputs from various departments and output
    • Concept of Analysis and Loading Calculations
    • Concrete Structure Design with relevant codes & standards. Steel structure design
    with relevant codes & standards
    • Equipment supporting structures and foundations
    • Pipe Racks and Sleepers
    • General Civil Works – Roads, Drains, CRWS (Contaminated Rain Water Sewer), OWS
    (Oily Water Sewer), Paving, Dyke Wall, Tank Farm Area, Boundary wall, fence,
    gate, Local support and platforms
    • Computer Aided Analysis and Design
    Classification of Structures
    Structure Geometry and Coordinate system
    How to generate Joints and Members
    How to assign Structural
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  3. Professional Training Course in Pressure Vessel Design Engineering

    Professional Training Course in Pressure Vessel Design Engineering
    Course Objective
    To provide the basic and the major concepts of Pressure Vessel Design.
    To provide the understanding of the Pressure Vessel requirements for design as per the International codes & standards.
    To be able to apply the requirements of the relevant industry standards of the mechanical design of Pressure Vessels used in the process industry.
    To be able to do material selection for Pressure Vessels.
    Course Overview
    Overview of Industry and role of Pressure Vessel Design Engineer in various Fields.
    Basic Design requirement based on the type of Plant/Project.
    Overview of P&ID and Process Data Sheets.
    Inputs required and use of the inputs.
    Relevant Codes and Standards used in Industry.
    Materials selection.
    Use of vendor data while designing of equipments.
    Mechanical design of Pressure Vessel as per ASME Section VIII Division I.
    Overview of ASME Section VIII Division II.
    Preparation of G.A. Drawings and Fabrication drawings of Equipments.
    Overview of Piping / Nozzle Orientation drawings.
    Multidisciplinary interfacing in Project.
    Fundamentals of Vendor Document Review.
    Basic Information about Welding, Inspection & Testing.
    Fabrication of Pressure Vessel.
    Introduction to Pressure Vessel Design Softwares & hands-on demonstration.
    Duration
    120 contact hours during weekends in 3 months
    Qualification
    Degree in Mechanical Engineering
    Contact Details
    Skillineers
    Office/Training Center Address: 2nd Floor, Central Market,
    Niti Khand-3, Indirapuram, Delhi NCR-201010, India
    Phone: 91-120-6481329
    Mobile: 91-9278291008, 91-9278291009
    Email: info@skillineers.com
    Website: http://skillineers.com
  4. Professional Training Course in Process Design Engineering


    Professional Training Course in Process Design Engineering
    Course Objective
    • To identify the basic and the major concepts of Process Design Engineering.
    • To provide & understand the basic Process requirements for design as per the international codes & standards.
    • To be able to apply the requirements of the relevant industry standards of the mechanical design of equipments used in the process industry.
    • To specify appropriate physical property models to simulate processes.
    Course Overview
    • Overview of Industry & role of Process Engineer in various fields.
    • Process Flow Diagrams (PFD) development.
    • Line sizing for various services.
    • Basics of pipe selection and of mechanical design of equipment.
    • Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) development.
    • Cause and Effect diagrams (Trip – Interlock schedule) development.
    • Instrumentation and process control.
    • Selection, sizing and specifications of various process equipment such as pumps, compressors, distillation columns, heat exchangers and multiphase separators.
    • Sizing of control valves, restriction orifice plates, pressure relief devices.
    • Introduction to the contents of Basic Engineering Package (BEP).
    • Sizing of various utilities and selection.
    • HAZOP Review demonstration.
    • Special aspects of design of batch and continuous processes.
    • Basics of process simulations.
    • Heat exchanger design.
    • Vacuum systems.
    • Hazardous area classification.
    • Process Safeguarding.
    • Available softwares
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