ENGD 223 - Process Piping Drafting Fundamentals I
Process Piping Drafting Fundamentals I is an introductory course providing the foundation for understanding basic conventional oil and natural gas processes, equipment utilized and piping terminology. It combines theory with hands-on learning, the practical information and the drawings used every day in industry. The theory component focuses on defining pipe, fittings and valves including their symbology and materials, learning Process Flow Diagram (PFD) and Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) symbology, piping and equipment symbology related to piping arrangement drawings and isometrics, identifying basic process design, interpreting piping codes and specifications. The hands-on component focuses on learning how to create a process flow diagram (PFD), piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID), single and double line piping arrangement drawings and piping isometrics utilizing manual sketches and computer aided drafting (CAD). How to prepare line, equipment, instrument, specialty item lists and a Bill of Materials (BOM). How to work with piping codes, specifications and performing basic piping calculations.
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