The average diploma course from any institution lasts one to two years. These programs usually offer students the opportunity to explore a specific subject of interest, most commonly focusing on studies pertinent to technical knowledge or professional skills.
About this course
The flexibility analysis of piping systems is carried out by skilled persons within engineering companies. The course is created and conducted by qualified professional engineers and is based on years of experience. The purpose of this course is to train flexibility analysis, to engineers with some years of experience in the piping discipline.
During the program, the participants work solving real-life assignments, which require the students to produce real-life outputs. That is, the students have to review diagrams, plans, specifications. And then the students have to produce calculations, drawings, simulations, etc. The students have the continuous support from the instructor through discussion forums and weekly live web conferences with a webcam and shared screens. This interaction has proved to be very useful for the guidance of the students.
What you'll learn
Piping Stress Analysis
Basic Concepts of Stress Analysis
Purpose of Stress Analysis
Condes and Standards
Categorization of a Piping System
Working Flow Chart
Piping Stress Classification
Failure Theory and Admissible Stress by Code
Stress Intensification Coefficients on Piping Accessories
Piping Support Elements
Analysis of Piping Systems: Sustained Case
Analysis of Piping Systems: Operation Case
Analysis of Piping Systems: Occasional Case
Exercise: Piping System: Real Analysis
Stress Analysis of Piping Systems connected to Centrifugal Pumps
Stress Analysis of Piping Systems connected to Centrifugal compressors
Stress Analysis of Piping...