PG Diploma in Piping Design Engineering as per ASME Codes

Indus Technocrats
In Bangalore

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Important information

Typology Post Graduate Diploma
Location Bangalore
Duration 3 Months
  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    3 Months

Indus is happy to introduce ourselves as leading professional training provider for Piping Design Engineering. This training programme creates immense opportunities for graduates in one of the fast growing engineering solutions called as PG Diploma in Piping Design Engineering as per ASME Codes.

Piping Design Engineers play a vital role in development or re-construction of Plants, related to Oil & Gas Industries, Power Plant, Fertilizers Industries and Food Industries etc. Piping Design Engineers will be involved from the planning stage to the functioning stage of the Plant. The major work of a Piping Design Engineer is to develop the General Assembly Drawing (GAD), routing Pipe’s, Generating Isometric Drawings, selecting Material of Construction & assuring the safety of pipe by performing Pipe Stress Analysis.


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
18, 8th Main Road, Binny Layout 1st Stage, Vijayanagar, 560040, Karnataka, India
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Starts On request
18, 8th Main Road, Binny Layout 1st Stage, Vijayanagar, 560040, Karnataka, India
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What you'll learn on the course

Piping Engineering
Plant Engineering

Teachers and trainers (1)

Naveen Hasan
Naveen Hasan
Application Engineer

Course programme


1. Piping basics and fundamentals : Introduction to piping, Evolution of piping, Manufacturing methods, Piping materials and selection, Pipe dimensioning, Schedule numbers, Common piping abbreviations, Major organizations for standards, Commonly American code in piping ASME/ANSI, Common abbreviations.

2. Piping components :
  • Fittings - elbows, weld tee, stub in, couplings, reducers, weld cap, screwed and socket welded fittings, Pipe nipples, flanged fittings and use of fittings.
  • Flange -Types, P-T ratings and facings.
  • Gaskets, bolts and nuts.
  • Valves - Types, operations, applicability, codes and specifications.
3. Process plant equipments/ mechanical equipments : Horizontal vessels/accumulators, fractionation columns, pumps, heat exchangers, re-boiler, air cooled heat exchanger, cooling towers, heaters/boilers, storage tanks, fractional distillation process and vendor data drawings.

4. Flow diagrams& instrumentation/ pipe routing concepts : Uses of flow diagrams, process flow diagrams, mechanical flow diagrams, utility flow diagrams, piping symbols, line symbols, valve symbols, piping isometrics, general arrangement drawings- sections/elevations/ detail drawings, plot plan procedures.

5. Process & instrumentation diagrams (P&ID)/ process flow diagram (PFD) : Purpose of P&ID’S, study of P&ID’S, stages of development of P&ID’S, process and instrumentation diagrams, process equipments, symbols usage according to industrial practices. Purpose of P&ID in process industrial/plants.

6. ASME/ANSI codes and specifications : ASME/ANSI Codes & Specification, Specification classes, Piping abbreviations, General abbreviations.

7. Equipment layout drawings : Plant Co-ordinate Systems, Site Plans, Unit Plot Plan, Equipment Location Drawing, Foundation Location Drawing.

8. Standard piping details/ piping system : Pipe Rack Spacing, Drawing pipe in the rack, pipe insulation shoes, pipe guides, field supports, dummy supports, hanger rods, spring hangers, pick-up pipe supports, plant utilities, control valve manifolds, utility stations, sewer and under ground piping system.


1. Pressure design of process piping per ASME B31.3 : Pipe wall thickness calculations, operating pressure, design pressure, operating & design temperature, max allowable operating pressure.

2. Pressure design of piping components per ASME B31.3 : Pipe, elbows, mitre bends, reinforcement pad calculation for branch connections, flanges, blanks, reducers, expansion joints and gaskets.

3. Exposure to Hydraulic design of liquid piping systems : Flow rate, velocity, pipe sizing calculations, Reynolds number- laminar/turbulent flow, Darcy Weisbach & Hazen William equations, pressure drop calculations, NPSH calculations.

  • Introduction to Pipe Stress Analysis.
  • Stress- Strain relationship, analysis like- why piping components fail.
  • Classification of loads- sustained load & occasional load.
  • Requirements of ASME B31.3 code for process piping, stress intensification factors, thermal analysis using Kellogg charts.
  • Piping stress, causes, impacts, stress categories like- thermal stress, longitudinal stress, hoop stress and allowable stresses.
Over view of NDT (Non Destructive Testing) methods for piping inspections, radiography testing, ultrasonic testing, computed tomography, etc

  • Equipment Modeling.
  • Pipe Routing.
  • Extraction of Isometrics Using IsoDraft.
  • Structural Modeling.
  • Drafting Methodology.
  • Introduction to Admin Hierarchy
(Please note: Candidates will be allowed to work on one Mock project which starts from Creation of 3D module in PDMS to Pipe Stress Analysis using CAESAR II. Further candidates will be evaluated according to their performance in this project)

Additional information

Indus Global Academy of Technical Education is an educational wing of Indus Group, established in the year 2008 to provide industrial exposure to the fresh engineering graduates & help the experience professionals to enhance their present capabilities.

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