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Piping Systems: Part 4 - Pipeline Construction, Cathodic Protection and Introduction to Plumbing Systems and Boilers



Webinar Title: Piping Systems: Part 4 - Pipeline Construction, Cathodic Protection and Introduction to Plumbing Systems and Boilers
Webinar No: M04-207W
PDH Credit: 4
Presenter: Aleksandr Treyger, P.E.
Time: From 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM ET
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Piping Systems: Part 4 - Pipeline Construction, Cathodic Protection and Introduction to Plumbing Systems and Boilers
Course Highlights

This online engineering PDH live webinar will present guidance on several topics including pipeline construction procedures, plumbing systems as well as industrial, commercial and institutional boilers.


The general pipeline construction procedures that will be discussed include pipe stringing, bending and welding, lowering-in and backfilling, hydrostatic testing, final tie-in and commissioning.


Plumbing systems and their planning requirements will also be discussed including basic principles of plumbing systems, equipment location, equipment sizing and requirements for plumbing document submissions.


Information in this class will also focus on a broad class of steam and hot water generating units known as ICI (Industrial, Commercial and Institutional) boilers. ICI boilers can be classified in three different ways. They can be subdivided into water-tube or fire-tube units. These designations reflect the way the water and combustion gases are designed to pass through the unit. They can also be classified by their heat sources. Boilers are often referred to as oil-fired, gas-fired, coal-fired or solid fuel-fired boilers. Additionally, ICI boilers are occasionally distinguished by their method of fabrication.


This course will also discuss fuel feed systems, stokers and burners. Fuel feed systems play a critical role in the performance of low-emission boilers. Stokers are used to optimize combustion and heat recovery while minimizing unburned fuel and atmospheric emissions. Burners are used to introduce fuel and air into a furnace to maintain ignition and combustion of fuel withing the furnace.


The course will end by discussing emission rates for ICI boilers.


This webinar constitutes Part 4 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 4 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 and will discuss P&ID’s, PFD’s, loadings and other design issues on a high level
  • Part 2 presents general piping design, valves, discusses corrosion in piping and non-ferrous piping
  • Part 3 presents information about valve types, selection and sizing, equipment used with piping systems, corrosion protection and coatings of piping, design, construction and maintenance of natural gas pipelines


This 4 PDH webinar is intended for civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, as well as design and construction personnel.

Learning Objectives

This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Discussing general pipeline construction procedures
  • Discussing plumbing systems and planning requirements
  • Gaining an understanding of Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) boilers and their different classifications
  • Learning about water-tube and fire-tube boilers
  • Learning about oil-fired, gas-fired and coal-fired boilers
  • Understanding fuel feed systems, stokers and burners
  • Discussing emission rates for boilers
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