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Rabu, Maret 24, 2010

Pipeline Systems; Design, Construction, Maintenance and Asset Management

Pipeline Systems; Design, Construction, Maintenance and Asset Management

Within industry, piping is a system of pipes used to convey fluids (liquids and gases) from one location to another. The engineering discipline of piping design studies the efficient transport of fluid.
Industrial process piping (and accompanying in-line components) can be manufactured from wood, glass, steel, aluminum, plastic, copper, and concrete. The in-line components, known as fittings, valves, and other devices, typically sense and control the pressure, flow rate and temperature of the transmitted fluid, and usually are included in the field of piping design. Piping systems are documented in Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (PID). If necessary, pipes can be cleaned by the tube cleaning process.
Plumbing is a piping system that most people are familiar with, as it constitutes the form of fluid transportation that is used to provide potable water and fuels to their homes and business. Plumbing pipes also remove waste in the form of sewage, and allow venting of sewage gases to the atmosphere. Fire sprinkler systems also use piping, and may transport potable or nonpotable water, or other fire-suppression fluids.
Piping also has many other industrial applications, which are crucial for moving raw and semi-processed fluids for refining into more useful products. Some of the more exotic materials of construction are titanium, chrome-moly and various other steel alloys.

1. Introduction
2. Purpose . Applicability References Distribution Scope Metrics Brand Names
3. Accompanying Guidance Specification Manual Organization
4. Design Strategy
5. Design Analyses Specifications Drawings Basis of Design Loading Conditions Piping Layout
6. General Piping Design
7. Materials of Construction Design Pressure Sizing Stress Analysis
8. Flange, Gaskets and Bolting Materials Pipe Identification
9. Piping Supports Testing and Flushing
10. Metallic Piping Systems
11. General Corrosion Design Pressure
12. Piping Supports for Metallic Piping Systems
13. Joining Thermal Expansion
14. Ductile Iron Carbon Steel Nickel and Nickel Alloys Aluminum Copper
15. Plastic Piping Systems
16. General Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
17. Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
18. Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene ABS
19. Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride
20. CPVC Polyethylene (PE)
21. Polypropylene (PP)
22. Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF)
23. Rubber and Elastomer Piping Systems
24. General Design Factors Sizing Piping Support and Burial Fluoroelastomer
25. Isoprene Acrylonitrile Butadiene
26. Polychloroprene Natural Rubber
27. Thermoset Piping Systems
28. General Reinforced Epoxies Reinforced
29. Polyesters Reinforced Vinyl Esters Reinforced Furans
30. Double Containment Piping Systems
31. General Piping System
32. Sizing Double Containment
33. Piping System Testing Leak Detection Systems
34. Lined Piping Systems
35. General Plastic Lined Piping Systems Other Lined Piping Systems
36. Valves
37. General Valve Types Valve Sizing and Selection Valve Schedule
38. Ancillary Equipment
39. Flexible Couplings Air and Vacuum Relief Drains Sample Ports Pressure
40. Relief Devices Backflow Prevention Static Mixers Expansion
41. Joints Piping Insulation Heat Tracing Corrosion Protection
42. Cathodic Protection Isolation
43. Joints Protective Coatings
44. Corrosion Protection
45. Corrosion Protection
46. Cathodic Protection
47. Isolation Joints Protective Coatings

At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
Develop a working knowledge of piping systems ; Differentiate between the different classes of piping; Understand better the design, construction, operations and maintenance requirements of piping systems; Implement strategies and methodologies to create an effective piping maintenance program; Enhance their knowledge and skills to identify and address piping operational problems at all levels; Implement mechanisms to measure piping performance at all levels; Analyse and understand the impact of piping knowledge on the maintenance strategy; Develop and implement an effective piping maintenance budget; Use life cycle costing techniques to deliver best practice piping maintenance; Implement maintenance plans that are cost effective and aligned to the organisation's strategic goals; Improve performance by developing detailed specifications with service partners; Establish an effective maintenance team.

Facilities engineers, maintenance engineers, design engineers, production and manufacturing engineers, architects, property and asset managers, technicians and any one involved in piping systems and would like to widen their knowledge.

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