Piping Material Engineering




Piping Engineering is a specialized discipline of Mechanical Engineering which covers the design of piping and layout of equipment and process units in chemical, petrochemical, or hydrocarbon facilities.

This course covers nearly all the important sections of Piping Engineering which comprises of

  • Piping Layout
  • Piping Materials & Testing
  • Piping Stress Analysis

Piping Materials & Testing Engineering (6.75 Hours & 42 Lectures)

This section talks about basics of process industry, where various topics have been organized in such a way that anyone can understand what is piping material engineering and how it works. In this section majorly, following topics are covered:

  1. Basics of Metallurgy
    1. Introduction to Metallurgy
    2. Lattice Structures No of atoms and Radius relation
    3. Volume occupied by Atoms per unit cell
    4. FCC Tetrahedral Octahedral Voids
    5. Calc of FCC Octahedral voids
    6. Calc of FCC Tetrahedral voids
    7. BCC Tetrahedral Octahedral Voids
    8. Calc of BCC Octahedral & Tetrahedral voids
    9. FCC & BCC Void comparison w r t Iron
  2. Behaviour of Materials
    1. Slip Bands & Slip Planes
    2. Slips in FCC & BCC
    3. Grain Boundaries & Dislocations
    4. Cold Working & Dislocation
    5. Solubility of Carbon
    6. Behaviour of Carbon
    7. Hardness of Steel
    8. Weldability w r t Chromium & Nickel Equivalent
  3. Understanding American Society of Testing Material (ASTM)
    1. Introduction to Materials
    2. ASTM A106
    3. ASTM A53
    4. ASTM API5L
    5. ASTM A672
    6. ASTM A333M
    7. ASTM A333M Part 2
    8. ASTM A312
    9. ASTM A671M
    10. ASTMA335M
    11. ASTM A358
    12. ASTM A106 vs ASTM A53
  4. Valve Materials: Classification & ASTM Standards
    1. Classification of ASTM based on type of Materials
    2. Important clauses from ASTM
  5. Basics of Inspection, testing & Marking
    1. Topic covered Pipe Inspection, Testing & Marking
    2. Metallurgical Test Index
    3. Grain Size Testing
    4. Intergranular Corrosion & testing
    5. Ferrite Testing
    6. Hydrogen Induced testing
    7. Sulphide stress corrosion testing
    8. Destructive Tests
    9. Impact testing
    10. Non-Destructive testing Introduction
    11. Non-Destructive testing Types
    12. Pipe inspection & Marking


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