This course is created by an experienced pipe stress analysis software developer (15+ years experience), Ph.D. and covers all features of onshore above ground and underground piping and pipeline analysis. This course is based on the PASS/START-PROF software application, though it will be interesting for users of any other pipe stress analysis software tools as it contains a lot of theoretical information.
The course consists of video lectures, quizzes, examples, and handout materials.
Type: an on-demand online course.
Duration: 25 hours.
200 USD 30 USD.
Who should attend
All process, piping, and mechanical engineers specialized in design and piping stress analysis for the specified industries:
- Oil & Gas (Offshore/Onshore)
- Chemical & Petrochemical
- Power (Nuclear/ Non-Nuclear)
- District Heating/Cooling
- Water treatment
- Metal industry
All trainees are provided with a free 30-day pipe stress analysis software license (PASS/START-PROF). How to get a free license
After finishing the course, you will receive Certificates from both the Udemy and from PASS Team.
Detailed Training Agenda: Download the detailed training agenda in PDF.
Brief Summary of the Course
|Section 1. Working with PASS/START-PROF User Interface||339 min|
|Section 2. Piping Supports||138 min|
|Section 3. Stress Analysis Theory and Results Evaluation||237 min|
|Section 4. Underground Pipe Modeling||249 min|
|Section 5. Static and Rotating Equipment Modeling and Evaluation||244 min|
|Section 6. Expansion Joints, Flexible Hoses, Couplings||106 min|
|Section 7. Non-Metallic Piping Stress Analysis||99 min|
|Section 8. External Interfaces||65 min|
How to Enroll for the Course
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What you will learn in this Course
- Pipe stress analysis theory. Load types. Stress types. Bourdon effect. Creep effect in high-temperature piping, creep rupture usage factor (Appendix V B31.3)
- ASME B31.1, ASME B31.3, ASME B31.4, ASME B31.5, ASME B31.8, ASME B31.9, ASME B31.12 code requirements for pipe stress analysis
- How to use PASS/START-PROF software for pipe stress analysis
- How to work with different load cases
- How to model different types of piping supports, the spring selection
- What are stress intensification and flexibility factors and how to calculate them using FEA and code requirements
- How to model trunnion and lateral tees
- How to model pressure vessels and columns connection: modeling local and global flexibility, WRC 297, WRC 537, FEA
- How to model storage tank connection (API 650)
- How to model connection to air-cooled heat exchanger API 661, fired heater API 560, API 530
- How to model connection to Pump, Compressor, Turbine (API 610, API 617, NEMA SM23)
- How to model buried pipelines: Submerged Pipelines, Long Radius Bends Modeling of Laying, Lifting, Subsidence, Frost Heaving, Fault Crossing, Landslide
- Underground pipelines Seismic Wave Propagation, Pipe Buckling, Upheaval Buckling, Modeling of Pipe in Chamber, in Casing with Spacers. Electrical Insulation kit
- Minimum design metal temperature calculation MDMT calculation, impact test
- Modeling of Expansion Joints, Flexible Hoses, Couplings
- Import and export to various software: CAESAR II, AVEVA, REVIT, PCF format, etc.
- How to do Normal Modes Analysis and how to interpret results
- ASME B31G Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipeline Calculation