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Piping stress engineer Training course

16,000.00

1. introduction
2. Piping stress analysis
2.1 Objectives of the pipe stress analysis
2.2 governing codes and standards
2.3 stresses in a piping system
2.4 reducing piping stresses
2.5 basic allowable stress
2.6 loads on a piping systems
2.7 workflow diagram 8
2.8 critical lines & analysis method
3. stress analysis using caeser-II
3.1 inputs
3.2 how to model in caeser-II
3.2.1 how to model pipe fittings
3.2.2 additional required datas for analysis
3.2.3 occasional loads for analysis
3.3 how to analyse in caeser-II
3.3.1 error check
3.3.2 edit static load cases
3.3.3 batch run
3.4 how to create output report in caesar-II
3.4.1 how to create stress iso in caesar-II
4. conclusion & recommendations

3D-LABS leading engineering firm since 2003, is proud to deliver industrial design training . We intend to deliver the best learning in experience.
This training is designed to prepare freshers for entry into a mechanical environment. Further training in the mechanical field would qualify the student as a mechanical technician in world’s oil and gas industry.

Provides real time training on Engineering design and live projects on the following categories.

Category – A
1. Piping draftsman = 2 weeks = 2hrs/day
2. Piping design engineer
3. Piping stress engineer = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
(2 and 3 are combined & cannot be taken separately)
= 4 weeks = 2hrs/day

Category – B
1. Structural draftsman = 2 weeks = 2hrs/day
2. Structural design engineer
3. Structural stress engineer = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
(2 and 3 are combined & cannot be taken separately)
For 1, 2 & 3 = 4 weeks = 2hrs/day

Category – C
1. Pressure vessel draftsman = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
2. Pressure vessel design engineer = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
For 1 & 2 = 5 weeks = 2hrs/day

Category – D
1. Heat exchanger draftsman = 4 weeks = 2hrs/day
2. Heat exchanger design engineer = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
For 1 & 2 = 6 weeks = 2hrs/day

Category – E
1. Storage tank draftsman = 4 weeks = 2hrs/day
2. Storage tank design engineer = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
For 1 & 2 = 6 weeks = 2hrs/day

Category – F
1. Skid modelling engineer or Skid draftsman = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
2. Skid design engineer = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
For 1 & 2 = 6 weeks = 2hrs/day

Category – G
1. Software modeler for FEA = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
2. FEA engineer = 3 weeks = 2hrs/day
For 1 & 2 = 6 weeks = 2hrs/day

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