- Deducing main stress components,
- Introduction to Design Codes for process piping,
- Flange calculations, deducing the equivalent pressure method,
- Loads conditions in Piping Engineering,
- System elements like valves, expansion bellows, nozzles.
- 2.1 - Stress directions in piping FREE PREVIEW
- 2.2 - Stress due to Pressure FREE PREVIEW
- 2.3a - Rapid Fire Questions: Stress directions FREE PREVIEW
- 2.3b - A deeper understanding FREE PREVIEW
- 2.4 - Radial stress FREE PREVIEW
- 2.5 - Forces & moments on a pipe segment FREE PREVIEW
- 2.6 - Stress versus strain definitions
- 2.7 - Quiz: stress-strain curve
- 2.8 - Combining stress directions
- 3.1 - Primary versus Secondary loads
- 3.2 - Failure modes overview
- 3.3 - Gross plastic deformation
- 3.4 - High Cycle Fatigue
- 3.5 - Low Cycle Fatigue - Ratcheting
- 3.6 - Buckling
- 4.1 - Pressure
- 4.2 - Weight
- 4.3 - Temperature
- 4.4 - Hydrotest pressure
- 5.1 - Wind loads
- 5.2 - Earthquake loads
- 5.3 - Snow loads
- 5.4 - Water hammer / pressure surges
- 5.5 - Acoustic Induced Vibration (AIV)
- 6.1 - Overview of different Design Codes
- 6.2 - The ASME B31.3 - Process Piping
- 6.3 - ASME B31.3 Design Approach
- 6.4 - ASME B31.3 Definitions & Loads
- 6.5 - ASME B31.3 Flexibility Analysis
- 6.6 - ASME B31.3 Safety Factors
- 6.7 - ASME B31.3 Materials
- 6.8 - The EN13448
- 6.9 - Other design codes for process piping
- 7.1 - Pipe supporting
- 7.2 - Flanged joints
- 7.3 - Valves
- 7.4 - Bellows / Expansion joints
- 7.5 - Nozzles
- 7.1 - Overview of Flanges Joints
- 7.2 - Flange & Gasket Standards
- 7.3 - Force balances in flanged joints
- 7.4 - Equivalent Pressure Method - Part 1: axial forces
- 7.5 - Equivalent Pressure Method - Part 2: bending moments
- 7.6 - Equivalent Pressure Method - Part 3: an example
- 7.7 - Introduction to the Taylor Forge Method
- 8.1 - Online Exam
- 9.1 - Congratulations!
- 9.2 - Course evaluation survey
- 9.3 - Your personal certificate
- 9.4 - Rate this course
- 9.5 - Related content & follow up
This course teaches you many fundamental aspects required to work with industrial piping systems. It covers a broad range of topics but discusses the different equations, concepts and phenomena in detail such that you can grow your understanding of the technical backgrounds. Important equations are deduced from scratch. Everyone working with industrial piping systems is recommended to participate in this course as it covers important concepts that form a strong foundation to understand piping designs. The course covers material stresses in piping geometry, loads considered for piping design, primary vs. secondary stresses, failure mechanisms, design codes and associated considerations and elements present in a piping system.
This course is meant for professionals that want to strengthen their knowledge about industrial piping system, both those working (or going to work) directly as a pipe stress engineer as those that want a good understanding of the concepts for related job-functions.
After working as an engineering consultant in the Oil&Gas industry for 6+ years, Luuk became head of production at EngineeringTrainer where he realizes high-end online courses for engineering professionals. He holds a master's degree in Applied Physics from the Eindhoven University of Technology. As an engineer, Luuk worked on a multitude of projects related to Pipe Stress Engineering for both static and dynamic loading conditions, Transient Flow-calculations (surge/water hammer), the design, installation supervision and quality inspection of Fiberglass Reinforced Piping (FRP) systems and Finite Element Analysis of heat exchangers and pressure vessels. During these years Luuk quickly became a trainer on the topics of EN13480, EN13445, CaesarII, FRP Engineering and more.
Luuk's experience in engineering combined with his passion for teaching enables you to get the most out of this course.
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Will I get a certificate for this course?
Definitely! If you successfully finish the course and exam within the 1st month after purchase you will receive a personal digital certificate in .pdf format. The exam consists of 25 multiple choice questions.
How long can I access the course?
After purchase you will have 1-year unlimited access to the course. Note that in order to receive a certificate you will have to finish the course within the 1st month after purchase, but even after this month you can come back and view the material again.
Can I ask questions to the trainer?
We encourage participants to submit feedback and questions. These form the basis for new future videos that will be added to online course, but they will not be answered to the student directly. Participants receive 1-year unlimited access to the course including new videos that are added during this year. Participants receive an email notification upon publication of new videos to the course.
Do I need access to pipe stress software?
No, this course teaches you a proper understanding and background of different aspects that are part of pipe stress engineering. It does not teach you how to operate a certain piece of software.