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Process Plant Layout And Piping Design


Module 1 : The Basics of Plant Layout Design
The Plant Layout Designer
Project Input Data
Basic Layout Philosophy
Abbreviations, Standards, and Terminology
Module 2 : Plant Layout Specification
The Components of Specification
Module 3 : Plot Plans
The Plot Plan in the Process Unit
Definition
Plot Plan Development
Types of Plot Plans
Equipment Location
Pipe Racks
Roads, Access Ways, and Paving
Buildings
Equipment Spacing
Sample Plot Plan Arrangement
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Module 4 : Compressors
Auxiliary Equipment
Centrifugal Compressors : Nozzle Orientations
Types of Compressor Drives
Lube Oil System
Seal Oil System
Surface Condensers and Auxiliary Equipment
Compressor Maintenance
Compressor Arrangement and Location
Elevations of Machines
Inter and AfterCoolers
Housing and Platform Requirements
General Compressor Layout
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Module 5 : Drums
Types of Drums.
Location of Drums, Nozzle Locations
Platform Arrangements
Piping Arrangements
Drum Instrumentation
Maintenance
Further Considerations
Module 6 : Exchangers
Exchanger Construction
Exchanger Location and Support
Nozzle Orientation
Exchanger Piping
Exchanger Maintenance
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Module 7 : Furnaces
Basic Operation and Primary Parts of a Furnace
Types of Furnaces
Terminology

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Burners
Combustion Air Preheating Systems
General Arrangement of Furnaces
Piping Layout for a Furnace
Tail Gas Incinerator and Waste Heat Unit
Module 8 : Pumps
Pump Terminology
NPSH Requirements
Types of Pumps
Pump Locations
Pump Piping
Pump Piping Supports
Module 9 : Reactors
Process Operation
Design Considerations for Reactors
Location of Reactors
Support and Elevation
Nozzle Locations and Elevations
Platform Arrangements
Piping Arrangements
Maintenance
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Module 10 : Towers
The Distillation Process
Types of Towers
Design Considerations for Towers
Tower Elevation and Support
Nozzle Elevation and Orientation
Platform Arrangements
Tower Piping
Tower Instruments
Maintenance
Module 11 : Pipe Racks
Establishing Width, Bent Spacing, and Elevations
Setting Line, Valve, and Instrument Locations
Pipe Flexibility and Supports
Structural Considerations
Other Considerations
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Module 12 : Structures
Design Features. Structural Terms
Structural Details
Small Structures
MediumSized Structures
Large Structures
Stair Structures
Drill Structures
Operations Platforms
Module 13 : Underground Piping
Industry Standards
Terminology
Types of Systems
Construction Materials
Oily Water and Storm Water Systems
Chemical and Process (Closed) Sewers
Process and Potable Water

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Fire Water System


Underground Electrical and Instrument Ducts
Underground Details
Double ContainmentUnderground Systems
Fabrication
Underground Composite
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Module 14 : Instrumentation
Types of Instruments
Instrument Locations
Miscellaneous
Module 15 : Process Liquid Storage Tanks
Codes and Regulations
Terminology
Types of Tanks
Spill Containment
Dike Access
Sizing Tanks and Dikes
Tank Details
Tank Supports
Module 16 : Stress Analysis
Introduction to Piping Stress
Pipe Stress Analysis Work Process
Impacts of Excessive Pipe Stress
Causes of Pipe Stress
Layout Solutions for Weight Stress
Layout Solutions of Thermal Loads
Layout Solutions for Other Stress
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Module 17 : Computer-Aided Design
Basic CAD Applications
Integrated Modeling Systems
Systems Engineering and Instrument Design
CAD Benefits Summary
Electronic Spool Sheets
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