MECHANICAL DESIGN OF PROCESS & UTILITY EQUIPMENTS

Based on the Demand received from many graduates Techno-chat decided to extend their services by offering a complete design module of mechanical design of process & utility equipment to further enhance the individual capability and help them grow in the field of oil & gas, power, petrochemical , Water , Waste water industries etc.

 

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COURSE CONTENT

PART – 1 - GENERAL

 

  • Introduction

  • Inputs to Mechanical team 

a)Process datasheet

b)PFD

c)P&ID

  • Preparing  Deliverable

a)Mechanical datasheet

b)General arrangement drawing

c)Strength Calculations

  • Understanding Industry Terminology

a)Client

b)Vendor

c)Sub Vendor

d)EPC Contractor

e)LSTK Contractor

f)PMC

PART – 2 – STATIC EQUIPMENT DESIGN

 

  • Introduction

  • Introduction to Codes & Standards

a)ASME

b)API

c)TEMA etc.

  • Detailed training on Static applicable Codes & Standards

  • Pressure vessel complete mechanical design training

  • Shell & Tube heat exchanger complete mechanical design training

  • Inspection & Testing requirements

  • PV Elite Software Training

  • EXAMS and Results

PART – 3 – ROTATING EQUIPMENT DESIGN

 

  • Introduction

  • Introduction to Codes & Standards

a)ASME

b)API

c)ANSI / IS etc.

  • Detailed training on Rotating applicable Codes & Standards

  • Overview of compressor design

  • Overview of  Pump design

  • Inspection & Testing requirements

  • EXAMS and Results

PART – 4 – PACKAGE EQUIPMENT DESIGN

 

  • Introduction to Package Equipment

  • Typical package P&ID discussion

  • Mechanical engineer scope of work in package engineering

  • Importance of interdisciplinary coordination

  • Package layout discussion

  • Human factor engineering aspects in package design

  • Inspection & Testing requirements

  • EXAMS and Results

PART – 5 – VENDOR MANAGEMENT

  • Request for Quotation – RFQ

  • Vendor Offer Review

  • Technical Bid evaluation

  • Technical Clarification meeting

  • Bid Summary and recommendation

  • Purchase order issue

  • Vendor document review and approval