Mechanical & Piping Design and detailed Engineering

Course Objectives

Code: MSOG – DE-01

The objective of this course is to impart both concept, practical and hands-on training to the prospective candidates on basic piping engineering using software tools like Autocad and 3D modelling software. The course will be focused to provide industrial exposure to the candidates so that they can be easily absorbed by the industries, EPC contractors and consultants.

Course Contents:
  • Plant, Process and Piping – basics
  • Project Engineering Concepts and Phases
  • Process Diagrams – BFD, PFD, P & I D overview
  • Piping and Instrumentation Diagram
  • Piping Codes and Standards
  • Pipe Fittings and Pipe Class Components
  • Piping thickness and sizing calculations
  • Piping pressure drop calculations
  • Piping Specifications, materials and selection
  • Manual Valve Selection and Specification
  • Pipe supports and span calculation
  • Pipe Stress Analysis
  • Equipment and Piping layout
  • Piping General Arrangement Drawings
  • Piping Isometric and Bill of Material
  • Piping Layout Exercises – Tanks, pumps, column, heat exchanger etc
  • Pipe racks and their general arrangements
  • Steam condensate recovery piping
  • Steam Piping - IBR Isometric Drawing
  • HVAC Piping concepts
  • 3D Modelling – Grids, Structure, equipment, piping
  • Drawings & reports from 3D modelling
  • 3D Modelling exercises
  • Preparation of Equipment and Line List
  • Equipment GA Drawings with Nozzle Orientation
  • Preparation of technical Specification for package equipment
  • Preparation of technical specification for Material handling equipment
  • Technical specification for painting and corrosion protection
  • Preparation of technical specification for process equipment
  • Technical evaluations of vendor bids and recommendation
  • Post order vendor drawing approvals
  • Installation and commissioning or equipment and piping
  • Steam Piping concepts – generation and distribution

Course Duration

50 hours of class room training and 100 hours of practical exposure over a span of two months

Course Eligibility

  • BE/B Tech/Diploma in Mechanical/Chemical/Production/Petrochemical technologies
  • Students appearing in Final year
  • Working professionals in relevant industries/field