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Piping Engineering Course -Kagira Drawing Solution (KDS) now imparts Piping Engineering Course and it's very fruitful for piping engineers. We are mainly into carrying over the projects for Oil & Gas Power sectors based on the piping Engineering streams. The design office is where the project evolves and it's been engineered & developed on paper. Piping course includes pipe, fittings, flanges, valves, bolts, gaskets etc�. At the end, various piping systems are commissioned and the projects were brought to its conclusion and finally handled over. We have well trained and experienced faculties to handle classes at different batch intervals. We can assure that once after accomplishing the course there will be a massive job opportunities across the globe and the earnings will be in with your expectations. piping systems are like arteries and veins. They carry the lifeblood of modern civilization. In a modern city they transport water from the sources of water supply to the points of distribution; convey waste from residential and commercial buildings and other civic facilities to the treatment facility or the point of discharge. Similarly, pipelines carry crude oil from oil wells to tank farms for storage or to refineries for processing. The natural gas transportation and distribution lines convey natural gas from the source and storage tank forms to points of utilization, such as power plants, industrial facilities, and commercial and residential communities. In chemical plants, paper mills, food processing plants, and other similar industrial establishments, the piping systems are utilized to carry liquids, chemicals, mixtures, gases, vapors, and solids from one location to another.
Plant Design Management System (PDMS) The process and power industries seek to commission high-quality plant earlier and to bring it on line with minimum cost and minimum risk. Achieving this in the design domain requires highly functional and productive applications that can be executed effectively across globally distributed project teams. PDMS allows teams of designers to work together, each with their own specialist 3D colour-shaded environment, but able to view all of the design going on around them. As the designers work, PDMS builds a sophisticated plant database from which all of the layout and detail drawings can be produced, together with accurate Material Take Off (MTO) information and all kinds of project reports such as Line List or Valve Schedules. The PDMS approach enables a wide range of sophisticated design checks to be carried out across all aspects of the design to check and improve quality. Drawings and reports are generated directly from the model database to ensure consistency between design information and the project deliverables. There are no limits to project size or complexity. PDMS is proven on projects ranging from the smallest refit to the largest green field projects, and is compatible with all the engineering issue, revision and change-control processes required across such projects. Reduced site rework higher quality design. The ability to perform multiple design checks across the entire design eliminates errors, and enables 'right-first time' Engineering. Accurate materials information eliminates over-ordering and delays on site due to a lack of required materials or information. The Equipment functions build 3D models for all kinds of plant items, From pumps and exchangers through to complex items such as reactor vessels and compressors, they are used in all kinds of layout studies, arrangement drawings and connectivity or clash checks.
Plant Design System(PDS) software can be used to design any type of plant�from petrochemical plants, offshore platforms, chemical and pharmaceutical plants, consumer products (food, beverages, cosmetics, soap, paper, and so forth), to power plants, waste water treatment plants, and cogeneration facilities. Specifically, the Plant Design System (PDS) integrates many discipline-specific software modules; these modules automate the many phases of a plant design project. Instrument Data Manager is one of these modules. PDS 3D is used to create three-dimensional plant models, create equipment models, extract isometric drawings, and perform design interference checks and equipment clashes. As with the 2D modules, all of the needed data is stored in relational databases which can be queried or edited. The PDS 3D modules are briefly discussed in the following sections. It's used to create schematic diagrams and to provide the associated reports and MTOs, and to define and purchase all equipment, instruments, pipe, and so forth, necessary to build the plant. All of the needed data is stored in databases. These are relational databases which you can query, add, delete, or edit information to suit your own or your client's needs. PDS Design allows designers to create a 3D model of the piping and in-line instruments defined in the P&ID by routing the pipelines through space. When placing the instruments and valves, designers take into account pipeline flexibility, method of construction and ease of access for maintenance and operations. Designers can route pipe in the 3D model as a centerline representation; moreover, a 3D shaded model can be displayed when necessary. The centerline is intelligent and contains all the information relating to a pipeline, such as the piping material class, nominal diameter, fluid code, insulation parameters, temperatures and pressures, and so forth.
CAESAR (Computer Aided Engineering Stress Analysing Report) CAESAR II is a Computer based pipe stress analysis Engineering Software. This software package is an engineering tool used in the mechanical design and analysis of piping systems. The CAESAR II user creates a model of the piping system using simple beam elements and defines the loading conditions imposed on the system. With this input, CAESAR II produces results in the form of displacements, loads, and stresses throughout the system. Additionally, CAESAR II compares these results to limits specified by recognized codes and standards. The popularity of CAESAR II is a reflection of expertise in programming and engineering, as well as dedication to service and quality. CAESAR II is most often used for the mechanical design of new piping systems. Hot piping systems present a unique problem to the mechanical engineer�these irregular structures experience great thermal strain that must be absorbed by the piping, supports, and attached equipment. These �structures� must be stiff enough to support their own weight and also flexible enough to accept thermal growth. These loads, displacements, and stresses can be estimated through analysis of the piping model in CAESAR II. To aid in this design by analysis, CAESAR II incorporates many of the limitations placed on these systems and their attached equipment. These limits are typically specified by engineering bodies (such as the ASME B31 committees, ASME Section VIII, and the Welding Research Council) or by manufacturers of piping-related equipment (API, NEMA, or EJMA). CAESAR II is not limited to thermal analysis of piping systems. CAESAR II also has the capability of modeling and analyzing the full range of static and dynamic loads, which may be imposed on the system. Therefore, CAESAR II is not only a tool for new design but it is also valuable in troubleshooting or redesigning existing systems. Here, one can determine the cause of failure or evaluate the severity of unanticipated operating conditions such as fluid/piping interaction or mechanical vibration caused by rotating equipment.