Process and Piping Engineering Design (PPE-02)

Atharva Proctek
In Pune

Rs 60,000
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Important information

Typology Post Graduate Diploma
Location Pune
Duration 35 Days
  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Pune
  • Duration:
    35 Days

The objective of this course is to cover the best of the two worlds, viz. Process Engineering and Piping Engineering. This would surely help the practising mechanical engineers in the field of piping engineering and others in the long run.


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Atharva Proctek,Karvenagar, PUNE, 411052, Maharashtra, India
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Starts On request
Atharva Proctek,Karvenagar, PUNE, 411052, Maharashtra, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Degree or Diploma holders in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering

Course programme

Process Engineering

* Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) review

* Line sizing for various services

* Selection, sizing and specifications of various process equipment such as pumps and compressors

* Sizing of control valves, restriction orifice plates, pressure relief devices

* Sizing of various utilities and selection

* HAZOP Review demonstration

* Heat exchanger design

* Vacuum systems

* Hazardous area classification

Piping Engineering

* Materials of construction and corrosion

* Piping design systems and codes

* Piping layout engineering

* Piping design considerations w.r.t. different types of processes and services

* Inline instruments hook-up

* Pipe supports

* Stress analysis

* Statutory regulations and safety aspects

* Fabrication

* Testing and installation

* Costing

The topics in Process Engineering in this course are covered essentially for interfaces with Mechanical Engineering.

It may be noticed that the topics in this course for piping engineering are essentially same as the Course PTCD-06. In the Course PTCD-07, these topics are covered to the extent that the expertise gained is adequate to move ahead with piping engineering. In return, the students benefit from the knowledge gained in a lot of Process Engineering topics as mentioned above so that they are no longer only 'mechanical' engineers. This course is also useful for Mechanical Engineers, who want to lead their career in engineering of various package systems such as refrigeration, compressed air, fuel gas system, boilers and rotating equipment such as pumps, compressors and turbines.

Entire training is carried out based on actual industrial assignments. Students will be occupied with a lot of home assignments to be completed over the week-ends.

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