Piping Engineering

Piping Engineering course is one-of-a-kind. This course is structured to raise the level of expertise in piping design and to improve the competitiveness in the global markets.
  • Competent Trainer with more than 20+ years’ experience from Engineering Field
  • More than 100 recruiters for Piping Engineering
  • 100% Placement assistance
  • Trained around 12000 piping engineers in the last 20 years
  • Hands on experience to work on live projects
  • Exposure to working culture of Engineering, Procurement and Construction Companies.
  • Through Knowledge provided to understand the project activities.
  • Introduction of interactive methods within the departments.
  • Understand of Deliverables to function smoothly and quality output.
  • Understand of Deliverables to function smoothly and quality output.
  • Acquire the knowledge of Advance technologies used currently.
  • Enrich the knowledge of International codes and standards for perfection in design.
  • Enhance the knowledge of Current engineering practices used.
  • Training in Personal Development to enhance the communication skills.
Piping engineering is a specialized field within the broader discipline of mechanical engineering that focuses on the design, analysis, and layout of piping systems. Piping engineering ensures the design and implementation of efficient and safe piping systems. Piping engineers consider factors such as fluid flow, pressure, temperature, and material compatibility to design piping systems that can transport fluids and gases effectively. This leads to optimized system performance, reduced energy consumption, and enhanced safety. piping engineering provides several benefits, including the efficient and safe design of piping systems, compliance with codes and standards, proper material selection, optimal piping layout, stress analysis for structural integrity, cost optimization, integration with other disciplines, risk mitigation and safety, and career opportunities. These benefits contribute to the reliable operation, safety, and cost-effectiveness of piping systems in various industries.

Fresh/ Experienced, Diploma/ Degree Mechanical, Chemical and Production Engineers

Module– 01- Introduction 

  • Introduction to SIT including Rules and Regulations, Session on Personality Development.
  • Introduction to Oil Gas Sector including their Plot Plan and various functions and need of engineers
  • Introduction to EPC companies and  their departments and interfaces and need of engineers
  • Introduction to Welding and NDT
  • Introduction to Engineering Drawing and Piping Drawing including Piping Component Drawing, Joints and Isometrics.

Module – 02 - Piping Components,instruments And Pipe Supports.

  • Understanding, Selection and Installation of Piping components  for various services including Isometric Drawings
  • Understanding, Selection and Installation of Valve for various services including Isometric Drawings
  • Understanding, Selection and Installation of Special Part  including Isometric Drawings
  • Understanding and Installation of Instruments including Isometric Drawings
  • Understanding, Selection and Marking of Pipe Supports

Module – 03 – Converting P&id In To Piping Layouts

  • Understanding Process Equipment including their installation and Piping requirement.
  • Understanding Utility Equipment including their installation and Piping Requirement.

Module – 04 - Material

  • Understanding Metallurgy and its use in project including ASTM Standards
  • Understanding Piping Components based on their material, Dimensional standards and selection criteria.
  • PT Rating and Pipe thickness Calculations using ASME B 31.3
  • Reinforcement Pad Calculations and Mitre Bend Calculations using ASME B 31.3
  • Understanding and Writing VDS (Valve Data Sheets) for all Valve in Detail which is required for Designing and Construction
  • Understanding Special Parts used in Piping for various Purposes including their selection Criteria.
  • Understanding and Preparation of Piping Material Specification in detail.

Module– 05 – Plot Plan Development

  • Understanding requirement of various units and relevant standards and development of Overall Plot Plan as it is as per the Industrial Projects using statutory requirement.

Module– 06 – Pipe Rack Design

  • Detailed Design of Pipe Rack including Understanding need of Pipe Rack, Placing Lines, Width & Height Calculations, development of Pipe Rack Layouts and Isometric Preparation.

Module – 07 – Storage Terminal / Tank Farm Design

  • Detailed Design of Storage terminal including Understanding need of Tank Farm, and development of Equipment and Piping Layouts, Support Design, Nozzle Orientation and construction Isometrics based on Green Field and Brown field Concept.

Module – 08 – Distillation Column Piping Setup Design

  • Detailed Design of Distillation Column Setup, which one of the  most important and most widely used almost in all the processing industry for separation of Liquids, including conceptual study, Equipment and  Piping Layouts, Support Design, Nozzle Orientation, Construction Isometrics and final MTO based on Green Field and Brown Field Concept.

Module – 09 – Reactor Setup Design

  • Detailed design of Reactor Setup which is most widely used in chemical, FMCG, Pharmaceutical for chemical reaction, including conceptual study, Equipment and Piping Layouts, Support Design, Nozzle Orientation, Construction Isometrics and final MTO based on Green Field and Brown Field Concept.

Module – 10 – Stress / Flexibility Analysis

  • Understanding concept of Stress Analysis, various methods of releasing stress in piping system, support selection to minimise stresses in piping system including support span calculations and loop calculations.
  • Flexibility Analysis using CAESAR-II

Module– 11 – Pdms : Training / Practice

Module– 12 – Caesar : Training / Practice

  • To identify the basic vocabulary and to introduce the major concepts of piping system design
  • To provide & understand the basic piping requirements for design as per the international codes & standards
  • To understand how to design cost effective new installation
  • To understand how to create cost effective design in trouble shooting as well as while improving existing piping system.

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Upcoming Batches

Batch No.CategoryTimingsPlanned Start DateLast Date of AdmissionDuration
01156 Full Time Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm 04-Mar-2024 06-Jul-2024 4 months

FAQ's

What is piping engineering?
Piping engineering involves the design, analysis, and layout of piping systems used for transporting fluids or gases in various industries. It covers aspects like material selection, stress analysis, piping codes and standards, equipment sizing, and safety considerations.
What are the prerequisites for a piping engineering course?
The prerequisites can vary depending on the institution and the specific course. However, a background in engineering or a related field is typically beneficial. Basic knowledge of engineering principles, mathematics, and physics is often required.
What topics are covered in a piping engineering course?
Piping engineering courses typically cover subjects such as piping design principles, pipe stress analysis, pipe routing and layout, piping materials and specifications, codes and standards, pipe supports, equipment selection, hydraulic calculations, and safety considerations.
What are the career prospects for piping engineers?
Piping engineers have various career opportunities in industries such as oil and gas, petrochemicals, power plants, pharmaceuticals, process industries, and engineering consulting firms. They can work as piping designers, project engineers, piping stress analysts, construction supervisors, or in related roles.
Are there any software included in piping engineering?
Yes, We have included E3D and Caesar II.
What job opportunities are available for piping engineering graduates?
Piping engineering graduates can find job opportunities in various industries such as oil and gas, petrochemicals, power plants, Pharmaceuticals, process industries, and engineering consulting firms. Some common job roles include piping designer, project engineer, piping stress analyst, construction supervisor, and piping inspector.
How is the job market for piping engineering graduates?
The job market for piping engineering graduates can vary based on factors such as economic conditions and industry demand. However, the demand for skilled piping engineers is generally high, particularly in industries that involve extensive piping systems.
What skills are employers looking for in piping engineering graduates?
Employers typically seek piping engineering graduates with strong technical knowledge of piping design principles, codes and standards, pipe stress analysis, and pipe routing. Additionally, skills in using relevant software tools, attention to detail, problem-solving abilities, teamwork, and effective communication are highly valued.
Are there any placement assistance services provided by SIT?
We have a dedicated Placement cell which continuously seeks for employment opportunities and arranges On-Campus as well as Off-Campus recruitment activities. The institute assists students to enter in their respective industries by providing 100% Placement assistance. The Placement Cell conducts Mock Interviews of students for their preparation for final interviews in the industry.

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