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Join us in “Pipe Stress Analysis” workshop on Nov 2013 with Amrit Pal Singh.
To ensure top piping performance, Top Link Conference & Event Management and Amrit Pal Singh have joined forces to provide Piping Stress Analysis using CAESAR-II to offer the most complete piping care training available today.
Workshop 1: PIPING STRESS ANALYSIS USING CAESAR-II
This workshop is designed for personnel from a wide range of abilities and backgrounds and will cover the fundamental principles and concepts used in pipe stress analysis. In addition to meeting the needs of design, the course is structured to provide you an in-depth understanding of the engineering principles involved in material selection, application of code criteria and the capabilities and tools incorporated in stress analysis software.
This five days course is structured so that the delegates will utilize software Caesar II to conduct static and dynamic stress calculation, including expansion, bend, flange, and other equipment. The seminar covers proper system modeling guidelines, methods of static and dynamic analysis of piping systems, evaluation of system designs, and effective approaches to system redesign.
Why attend piping stress course from Top Link? Our piping course enables you to develop the best approach for your inspection activities using risk analysis. Through this course, delegates will understand common challenges in piping stress analysis and how to carry out stress analysis in piping system effectively and exploring to the important design criteria and how to carry out stresses in piping systems. They also can understanding the requirement, objective and scope of piping code, the behavior and stress of piping under pressure, temperature, weight and other occasional loads helps ensure the structural integrity of piping and safety of the plant and the significant of pipe stress analysis software with particular emphasis on CAESAR II and the tools and procedures used in the creation of the stress models.
Workshop 2: BEST PRACTICES OF PIPE STRESS ANALYSIS
This course is suitable for Beginner to Intermediate level of Piping Engineer who intend to explore more on piping. This advanced Best Practices of Pipe Stress Analysis course is a combined course which integrated “Fundamental of Piping Stress Analysis” & “Best Practices for Flow Induced Vibration (FIV) & Acoustic Induced Vibration (AIV)”.
In this Kuala Lumpur session, the course is very important to highlight of all potential loads that a piping system would encounter during operation as well as during other stages in the life cycle of a process plant.
• Workshop 1: Fundamentals of Piping Stress Analysis
This course has been specifically designed to meet the practical need of design requirements and objectives that comply with the requirements of industry codes and standards. CAESAR II is a comprehensive program for pipe stress analysis. It provides static and dynamic analysis of pipe and piping systems and demonstrates of finite element method that known as a established techniques for analyzing the behavior of piping structures subjected to variety of loads. It also is dedicated to personnel from a wide range of abilities and backgrounds and will cover the fundamental principles and concepts used in pipe stress analysis.
• Workshop 2: Best Practices for Flow Induced Vibration (FIV) & Acoustic Induced Vibration (AIV)
This course is aimed at raising awareness of piping vibration and fatigue issues, gaining an understanding of current screening and assessment methods; their uses and limitations. It focuses on the most common aspects of induced piping vibration, by understanding the principles of forced and resonant excitation. You will be able to identify systems at risk of each mechanism, understand the importance of assessments and their outcomes- including limitations, and identify appropriate and inappropriate solutions.
Learning outcome of the course are Introduction to Piping Stress Analysis-Static & Dynamics analysis, Application to Process piping systems as references in ASME B31.3, Understanding of best industry practices and guidelines, Comprehensive explanations to enable independent calculation, Understanding FIV and AIV (using EI Guideline) causes and remedial solutions.
Our course will be lead by Mr. Amrit Pal Singh. Amrit is from Guildford, United Kingdom, and has a total experience of 18 years of diversified experience working with Multinational companies worldwide. The companies he has worked for including Technip, Worley Parson, Fluor, Costain Oil and Gas, BP and Agip KCO. Mr. Amrit’s specialties cover nearly every aspect of piping design and stress analysis at different stages of Engineering, Construction and Operation. He also develops extensive site experience, provides vibration solution, and handles engineering coordination and held Lead and authority roles for various EPC projects.
This is a limited size workshop and you are encouraged to register earliest as you can to avoid disappointment and please feel free to contact me if you had any questions about this workshop.
Vimy Hue | Marketing Executive
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