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Piping Engineering Fundamentals Series- Part-4

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Course Title: Mastering ASME Codes: A Comprehensive Guide

Course Overview: This online course offered by EPCLAND aims to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of key ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) codes relevant to the piping industry. Through a structured approach, participants will delve into ASME 31.1, 31.2, 31.3, and 31.4, as well as gain insights into the differences between ASME 31.3 and 31.12. The course will consist of 100 questions and answers divided into five modules, each focusing on one of the specified topics. By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the knowledge and expertise necessary to navigate and apply these ASME codes effectively in their professional endeavors.

Module 1: ASME 31.1 – Power Piping In this module, participants will explore ASME 31.1, which covers the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of power piping systems. Key topics include material requirements, design criteria, fabrication, inspection, testing, and safety considerations. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the requirements outlined in ASME 31.1 and how to apply them in practice.

Module 2: ASME 31.2 – Fuel Gas Piping This module focuses on ASME 31.2, which pertains to the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of fuel gas piping systems. Participants will delve into topics such as pipe sizing, material selection, welding procedures, pressure testing, and regulatory compliance specific to fuel gas piping. Practical examples and case studies will be utilized to enhance understanding and application.

Module 3: ASME 31.3 – Process Piping ASME 31.3 governs the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of process piping systems in various industries, including chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical. In this module, participants will examine the requirements of ASME 31.3 in detail, covering aspects such as pipe stress analysis, pipe supports, corrosion protection, and quality control measures. Real-world examples and best practices will be shared to facilitate learning.

Module 4: ASME 31.4 – Pipeline Transportation Systems for Liquid Hydrocarbons and Other Liquids Participants will explore ASME 31.4, which addresses the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of pipeline transportation systems for liquid hydrocarbons and other liquids. Topics covered include pipeline routing, material selection, welding techniques, cathodic protection, leak detection, and regulatory compliance. Emphasis will be placed on safety considerations and environmental impact mitigation measures.

Module 5: Difference Between ASME 31.3 and 31.12 In this final module, participants will compare and contrast ASME 31.3 and 31.12 to understand the key differences between these two codes. Topics of discussion will include scope, applicability, design criteria, material requirements, testing procedures, and regulatory considerations. Case studies and practical scenarios will be utilized to illustrate the distinct requirements of each code and their implications in practice.

Course Format:

  • Each module will consist of 20 questions and answers, providing a comprehensive coverage of the respective topic.
  • Participants will have access to instructional materials, including video lectures, presentations, and supplementary reading materials.
  • Quizzes and assessments will be incorporated to reinforce learning and gauge understanding.
  • Discussion forums will be available for participants to engage with instructors and peers, ask questions, and share insights and experiences.
  • Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of achievement from EPCLAND, validating their mastery of ASME codes in piping systems.

Target Audience: This course is designed for professionals and practitioners involved in the design, engineering, construction, operation, and maintenance of piping systems across various industries, including but not limited to, oil and gas, chemical processing, power generation, and water treatment. It is also suitable for students and graduates aspiring to pursue careers in piping engineering and related fields.