Piping Design and Engineering I (Certificate Course)
A piping network is a vital part of a process plant, aiming to transport fluids (gases and liquids) from one stage/equipment to another.
The thorough understanding and capability to design and establish this network is of extreme importance to different types of process plants such as refineries and petrochemical/power plants, manufacturers as well as consulting firms, handling piping design. These types of plants consist of equipment (e.g. distillation columns, heat exchangers, pumps, reactors, etc.), piping components and instrumentations (such as controllers). The Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) of process plants involve multidisciplinary team efforts, one of the most critical ones amongst all is piping design.
Piping Design and Engineering I is a comprehensive course, covering current content piping topics required by manufacturers, EPCs and process plants. This course is meticulously designed and developed to raise the level of expertise in the subject matter and improve attendees’ competitiveness in the Canadian as well as the global job market. Attendees not only receive a higher quality and applied training with improved outcomes but they also learn material that can be taken advantage to be applied into other technical fields. “Piping Design and Engineering I” covers a wide spectrum of employers’ highly demanded knowledge and skills from their potential new hires including but not limited to technicians, engineering students and graduates, Junior and Senior engineers and designers in piping and process fields. The course content is as the following:
- Basics of Fluid Mechanics
- Pipe Hydraulics and Sizing
- Pipeline Design (Liquid and Gas Pipelines)
- Piping Sizes and Schedules
- Piping Components: Fittings, Flanges, Valves, Gaskets and Bolts
- Methods of Piping Components Connections
- Roles and Responsibilities of Piping Engineers and Drafters
- Piping Components Material of Construction
- Piping Charts and Tables
- Piping Manufacturing and Construction
- Process Plant Project Phases
- Piping Codes and Standards
Course Duration: 36 hours (9 hours per week)
Start Date: November 23, 2016 (Wednesday)
End Date: December 17, 2016 (Saturday)
NOTE: Students who successfully accomplish the final project will receive an official certificate of completion.
You will receive a Free Piping Design and Engineering Manual in the first class
Register as a group of three or more & receive 10% discount.
visit us at: www.nycollege.ca
North York College of Information and Technology (NYCIT) is a registered private career college, offering engineering and technical training courses in Toronto. NYCIT offers workshops in different areas such as Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Design, Chemical Engineering, Process Engineering, Plant Design, Oil and Gas Industry, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Technology, Polymers, Plastics, Corrosion, Coatings, Energy Systems Engineering, Piping Design, Piping Engineering, Pharmaceutical Engineering and Science, Food Engineering, and Industrial Health and Safety.
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