The course on Isometric Management has been developed to explain the fundamentals of Piping Engineering in a particular project in detail. The content is organized in a systematic manner so that the first timers can also understand. Course content is based on practical problems and solutions, which is created by experienced professionals with decades of experience in the relevant field.
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The purpose of this article is to give answers to the basic questions about the course which commonly comes into the mind before enrolling to the published courses. So Let’s begin with details and look at various sections of the article.
What you’ll learn in this course?
Understanding Stakeholder’s Expectation
Mentioning how to meet Stakeholder’s expectations
Small introduction to Isometric & it’s sections
Various Stages of Isometric life cycle
Various mandatory items of Isometric tracker
Extraction of Data from Tracker
Status of isometrics: To get the progress/status of Checkers/Modelers/Line sizes
Learning Pivot Tables
Learning Slicers in Pivot Tables
Adding More than one Pivot Table
Merging Slicers & Pivot Tables
Pivot table options
How to prepare & present various Holds in isometrics
Tricks to fill data Quickly in Tracker
Extracting Statistics on Daily/weekly/Monthly basis
FAQs: Frequently asked Questions
Following questions have been answered in detail in the course:
What are piping isometrics?
Isometric piping drawings are not scale drawings; they are dimensioned drawings.
What is difference between isometric and P&ID?
PIDs are primarily schematic used for laying out the process control installations. Isos are used during the erection and installation process and also prior to stress analysis studies.
What are isometrics in Piping engineering?
Isometric projection is a method for visually representing three-dimensional objects in two dimensions in technical and engineering drawings.
What are the 3 main rules in isometric drawing?
There are three main rules to isometric drawing: horizontal edges are drawn at 30 degrees. vertical edges are drawn as vertical lines. parallel edges appear as parallel lines.
Is Piping isometric always 30 degrees?
Isometircs are always drawn at 30 degrees in isometric projection.
What is isometric angle?
Isometric drawing is a form of 3D drawing, which is set out using 30-degree angles.
What is a stress isometric?
A stress isometric is a routing done by the designer, and given to the stress engineer so they can run calculations to determine if it meets the requirements as far as temp pressure etc.
What are main advantages of isometric drawing?
Advantages Of Isometric Projection:
- This projection doesn’t need multiple views.
- Illustrates the 3D nature of the object.
- To scale along principal axes measurements can be made.
- In terms of measurement, it provides accuracy.
- It is easy to layout and measure.
What is isometric drawing in piping?
An isometric drawing provides a three-dimensional layout of the equipment and piping.
What to include in piping isometric drawing?
The main body of a piping Isometric drawing is consist of:
- Line Number.
- Flow direction.
- Piping components.
- Weld joint type and its location.
- Continuation isometric number.
- Co-ordinates and Elevation of Pipe.
- Connection details with equipment.
What is the duration of course
Total duration of the course is 1 hour. However, it is recommended to watch the lecture at least thrice, so that the fundamentals covered can be easily grabbed.
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Recommendations to proceed further
- It is highly recommended that watching all the lecture continuously in a single sitting should be avoided.
- Prepare a schedule of 1-2 hours on daily basis.
- Write down the learning in short or in the form of your own notes
- List out the queries or doubts and share at Forums of Engineers Land.
- Join Telegram group and register to keep yourself updated with the latest published content on EPCLand and Engineers Land.
Top Benefits of Piping Engineering course
- Lifetime access once enrolled
- Same lecture can be watched as many times as you want
- Flexibility of time and location
- Readymade notes which can be referred before interviews and working on live projects
- Become part of professional communities on Telegram & Engineers Land.
Prerequisites of this course
- Willingness to learn
- Complete clarity on where you see yourself after 3-5 years
- Awareness of Energy sector (Click here to read about Scope of Piping Engineers)
How to be an expert in piping engineering
Recommended courses (Published on EPCLand):
- Basics of Piping Engineering
- Piping Layout Engineering
- Piping Material Engineering
- Material Requisitions
- Piping Material Specifications
- Piping Stress Analysis
- Complete Course on Piping Engineering
Don’t miss 7 Free courses available for Enrolment
Along with the above mentioned recommend courses, there are 7 free course which available on EPCLand platform. These courses are just published so that the candidates can get use to the interface of EPCLand and get a feel how the lectures are available and organised on this platform. Following are the links to the free courses:
Recommended YouTube Playlists
- 2 minutes FundasSeries: Explains hundreds of Piping Engineering fundamentals in less than 2 minutes
- Piping questions and answers: It talks about various Questions & Answers to understand the engineering fundamentals
- Piping Engineering Interview preparation: This Section talks about the various questions which are generally aske during interviews
- Subscribe YouTube Channel: Highly recommended to subscribe the Oil and Gas Fundas YouTube channel for various updates
To conclude, this article talks about the course details on Isometric Management explaining what is covered and how to approach after Enrollment. Moreover, it explains how to be part of various professional communities related to piping engineering where candidates can join various ongoing discussions and share the queries.