A Live Online Course Piping And Pipeline Systems

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A Live Online CoursePiping and PipelineSystemsPresented by Dr. Maurice StewartINTRODUCTIONThis Plant Piping and Pipeline Systems course is designed and conductedby Dr. Maurice Stewart.In this live online training, participants will learn all the essential aspectsof piping and pipeline design such as how to:Determine pressure drop, wall thickness and optimize line sizefor gas, liquid and two-phase flowApply international design codes / standards such as ASME/ANSIB31.3, ASME / ANSI B31.4, ASME ANSI B31.8, ASME Section VIII,Division 1 & 2, ANSI B16.5, API RP 14E, API RP 14C and API RP14J, API RP 520 Part 1 & 2, API 521, API 526, API 2000, API 1104and NACE MR-01-75Select the appropriate ANSI / API pressure/temperatureratings for pipe flanges, valves, and fittingsAnalyze piping systems so as to determine piping “spec breaks”Design and analyze new and existing piping systems forexpansion, supports, pumping, compression, manifolds, piggingand insulation requirement

Inspect and test piping and pipeline systemSpecify and design a pipeline pigging systemDetect, monitor and control pipeline corrosionEvaluate a piping system for Stress and Dynamic LoadingSelect the appropriate relief device and set pressure for eachapplication and size the device for the worst-case condition suchas blocked discharge, gas blow-by, and fire.Maurice Stewart is the author of Surface Production Operations: VolumeIII: Facility Piping and Pipeline Systems. He has a storehouse of knowledgeand experience that he passes along to help the participants get a uniquemultidiscipline approach to combine electrical, mechanical, civil andpetroleum methods in solving the problems associated with piping andpipelines.COURSE CONTENTFluid Flow DesignTypes and Functions of Piping SystemsFluid Flow, Types and CharacteristicsFlow ConditionsSpecial considerations: emulsions, pigging, corrosion protectionNetworksPressure Drop CalculationsBasic Equations and FactorsBernoulli’s EquationDarcy’s EquationReynolds NumberLiquid and Gas ViscosityRelative RoughnessFriction Factor- Equations and Charts“Z” Factor Correlation’sBasic Pressure Drop Equations

General and Empirical Hazen-Williams Equations for LiquidsIsothermal, General, Weymouth and Panhandle Equations forGasesApproximate Equations for Small Pressure DropsSpitzglass Equation for very low-pressure linesFritzsch’s and Babcock Equations for Steam FlowAGA, API RP 14E and other Empirical Equations for Two-PhaseFlowApplication of Pressure Drop EquationsEffects of Elevation on Pipeline Pressure DropHead Loss in Valves and FittingsResistance and Flow CoefficientsEquivalent Length DeterminationChoosing a Line Size and Wall ThicknessLine Size DeterminationFlow Rate and Surge Factor ConsiderationsPressure Drop ConsiderationsMaximum/Minimum VelocitiesErosional VelocitySingle-Phase Liquid and Gas Line SizingTwo-Phase Line SizingWall Thickness DeterminationIndustry Standards and Design Code RequirementsGeneral Hoop Stress FormulaASME/ANSI B 31.3; B 31.4 and B31.8 EquationsLocation Class DeterminationASME/ANSI B31.3 and B31.8 ComparisonPressure Ratings and Determining Pressure Breaks ValuesPiping ComponentsMethods of Connecting PipeFittingsDesign ProcedureANSI B16.5 and API 6A Pressure RatingsDetermination of Pressure Breaks

Pipe, Valve and Fittings SpecificationsValve SpecificationsValve TerminologyBlock ValvesPlug ValvesBall ValvesGlobe ValvesButterfly ValvesSpecial Purpose ValvesValve selectionMaterials of ConstructionFactors Modifying the Valve TypePiping SystemsTerminologySteel LinesMaterial SpecificationPipe Manufacturing MethodsNon-Metallic LinesMaterial SpecificationJoining MethodsStandards, Codes, and Recommended PracticesDesign PracticesTransmission, Flowlines and Distribution LinesManifoldsPlant Piping SystemsDesigning Loop SystemsLoop Capacity and LengthEquivalent DiameterFlow Splitting and Branch LinesComplex Liquid and Gas Gathering SystemsPiping System DesignPiping LayoutPipe Support SpacingAnchor Blocks

ManifoldsFoundation IntegrityPiping Vessels, Heat Exchangers, and Fired HeatersPiping MachineryCentrifugal and Reciprocating CompressorsCentrifugal and Reciprocating PumpsGas Engines and TurbinesPipe StressWeight StressInternal Pressure StressThermal StressExpansion PipingPipe DynamicsSpecial Piping ConsiderationsHot TappingHydrostatic Testing StubsDynamic LoadingPipeline and Gathering Systems Design ConsiderationsRight-of-way ConsiderationsPipe SelectionDesign ConsiderationsConstruction ConsiderationsDitch and Coating ConsiderationsBurying and CrossingsCathodic ProtectionPipeline Inspection and TestingASME/ANSI B31.3; B31.4 and B31.8 Code RequirementsHydraulic/Pneumatic TestsEquipment RequirementsTest Pressure RequirementsTest RecordsX-Ray RequirementsVisual ExaminationPipeline Pigging

Principles and ObjectivesPigging During ConstructionPigging During OperationInspection PiggingPigging for General Maintenance and RepairPigging During Renovation/RehabilitationTypes and SizesDesigning a Pipeline for PiggingPig Traps and StationsEquipment Description and UsesDesigning and Running a Cleaning ProgramControl of Pipeline CorrosionFundamentals of CorrosionReactions, Electrolyte Composition, and PhysicalVariablesTypes of CorrosionCorrosion InhibitorsTheories and CharacteristicsSelectionCathodic ProtectionBasic PrinciplesCurrent RequirementsComponents and Operating Characteristics of Galvanicand ImpressedCurrent SystemsEvaluation of System Performance, Interpretation of Data andCommonMeasurement ErrorsMetallurgy and Materials SelectionMetallurgical Principles, Heat Treatment, andAlloysMaterials SelectionCoatings Linings and Non-Metallic’sTypes of Coatings, Selection, and ApplicationSelection and Use of Non-Metallic PipingCorrosion Monitoring

Coupons, Nipples Resistance, Polarization, Galvanic andHydrogen ProbesIron Counts and other Chemical TestsClipper Tools and Wall Thickness CalculationsRelief Valves and Pressure Vacuum Relief DevicesRelieving Devices, Applications and LimitationsRelief Valve SizingPressure Vacuum Relief SizingInstallation ConsiderationsRelief System Piping DesignVenting ConsiderationsApplicable Codes, Standards, and Recommended PracticesFlare and Vent Disposal Piping SystemsBack-pressure ConsiderationsApplicable codesFlare and Vent Piping SystemsPipeline RepairIn-Service Temporary RepairsPermanent RepairsCase StudiesWHO SHOULD ATTENDNew engineers, asset management team members, design andconstruction engineers, team leaders/coordinators, operationsengineers, construction coordinators, maintenance teamleaders/engineers, operations team leaders, senior operationsand maintenance personnel and other personnel who are or willbe responsible for designing, selecting, sizing, specifying,installing, testing, operating and maintaining plant piping and oiland gas pipelines

Experienced professionals who want to review or broaden theirunderstanding of facility piping and pipelinesProfessionals with little to moderate piping or pipeline designand operations backgroundOther professionals who want a better understanding of thesubject matter.ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR - DR. MAURICE STEWARTDr. Maurice Stewart is internationally respected forhis teaching excellence and over 45 years ofexperience in all aspects of facilities engineering. Hehas provided consultation and/or instruction to tensof thousands of professionals in numerous companiesin virtually every oil and gas production sector in theworld.He has authored or co-authored 12 books, including the widely acclaimed“Surface Production Operations” series which continues to be thestandard for the industry.Also, he has published numerous technical articles in industrypublications, co-authored multiple chapters in the “Facilities andConstruction Engineering, Volume III of the Petroleum EngineeringHandbook”, taught numerous short courses for the Society of PetroleumEngineers (SPE), and was on the Petroleum Engineering faculty of TulaneUniversity and Louisiana State University where he developed and taughteight graduate-level courses in surface production operations.DAILY WEBINAR HOURSSession 1 – 8:00 – 9:30

Session 2 – 10:00 – 11:00Session 3 – 11:30 – 12:30Jakarta Time (WIB)There will be assignments to be completed before the next day’s session.REGISTRATION INFORMATIONTwo ways to register:1. Register online on www.lditraining.com2. Email your registration message to LDI Training atlditrain@indo.net.idFor more information about the course, please contact PT Loka DatamasIndah by:Email: lditrain@indo.net.idPhone: 62-21-632 6911

Division 1 & 2, ANSI B16.5, API RP 14E, API RP 14C and API RP 14J, API RP 520 Part 1 & 2, API 521, API 526, API 2000, API 1104 and NACE MR-01-75 Select the appropriate ANSI / API pressure/temperature ratings for pipe flanges, valves, and fittings Analyze piping systems so as to determine piping “spec breaks”

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