Piping Systems: Part 3 - Valve Design, Pipe Tracing, Insulation and Natural Gas Transmission Systems
This online engineering PDH live webinar will present information about several topics including valve design, piping equipment, corrosion protection as well as the design, construction and maintenance of natural gas pipelines. Some examples of the types of valves that will be discussed are check valves, ball valves, gate valves, globe and angle valves. The different procedures for sizing and selection of these types of valves will also be explored.
The course will also discuss pipe insulation and heat tracing. In liquid process piping systems, pipes must be insulated when potential heat loss cannot be tolerated, freezing potential exists, or the protection of personnel from hot piping is required. As with insulation, heat tracing is also used when potential heat loss from the piping cannot be tolerated by the process or when freezing potential exists. Heat tracing can be accomplished in several ways including the use of steam and organic/synthetic fluids.
Finally, the course will characterize the natural gas pipeline industry while exploring natural gas transmission systems along with their different components. Topics to be studied include the design, construction and maintenance of natural gas pipelines.
This webinar constitutes Part 3 of a four-part Piping systems series. While it is recommended that you take all four parts consecutively, you can still sign up for Part 3 only, as each of the four parts were structured to stand alone. For your convenience, we have provided a brief description for each of the remaining parts to help you decide which parts you wish to sign up for:
- Part 1 presents information about initial stages of piping design, discusses P&ID’s, PFD’s, loadings as well as other design issues on a high level
- Part 2 presents general piping design, discusses non-ferrous piping and corrosion in piping, and introduces valves
- Part 4 presents pipeline construction procedures, discusses plumbing systems as well as industrial, commercial and institutional boilers
This 4 PDH webinar is intended for civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, as well as design and construction personnel.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Learning about valve types, selection and sizing
- Learning about ancillary equipment used with piping systems
- Understanding heat tracing of pipe lines and ancillary equipment
- Learning about corrosion protection and coatings of piping
- Learning about design, construction and maintenance of natural gas pipelines
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