Introduction to Pipe Stress Engineering: Fundamentals 2
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Starts March 1
4 Live Sessions
"Ideal for Lead Piping Engineers and Junior Pipe Stress Engineers that want to make the right decisions."
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4 Live sessions
Starts March 1
The pipe stress courses Fundamentals I & II by Stressman Engineering give you a strong base and understanding of Pipe Stress Engineering, that will enhance your discussions with colleagues, vendors and clients and refuels you with inspiration and knowledge. In a set of instructor-led sessions you learn to understand the design philosophy of pipe stress. With practical examples the instructors will provide you a prominent course and give you a total overview.
The courses will give you a broader context of the concepts, insight into possibilities for optimization and cost reduction, and a strong base for deeper discussions with colleagues, vendors and clients.
Each Fundamentals course consists of 4 interactive, online live sessions provided by the instructor. You are encouraged to ask questions and discuss with your expert trainer since this will enhance your learning. Session recordings and related training content are provided through the EngineeringTrainer online portal.
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1. Flexibility Calculation (per B31.3)
Allowable code stresses
Basic allowable stress tables (Appendix A)
Stress Range allowable
Strange range factor N
Occasional stress allowable
Sustained loads analysis
Insulation / internal lining weight
Pressure and weight longitudinal stresses
Pipe span calculations
Displacement Stress analysis
Thermal Expansion/contraction coefficient tables
Elasticity modulus tables
Flexibility and stress intensification factors
Pressure stiffening of components
Bending stress in elbows
Bending stress in branch connections
Occasional loads analysis
Maximum horizontal guide spacing
Maximum vertical guide spacing
External forces and displacements
2. Load combination cases for pipe stress analysis
2.1. Code required combinations
2.2. Non-code combinations
Operating + Occasional
3. Piping components and supports
Trunnions and welded attachments
High temperature supports
4. Flange Leakage calculation
ASME Section VIII Division 1 Appendix 2
5. Special cases
Category M fluid piping
High Pressure piping
Discharge in open and closed systems (PSV’s)
Acoustic induced vibration
Flow induced vibration
Vortex induced vibration
HISC / SSIC
6. Reporting a pipe stress analysis.
Forces and moments reports
7. Piping Stress Engineer interface with other disciplines.
On-shore / Off-shore piping
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After the courses Fundamentals I & II course you have a complete overview of pipe stress process.
After this course, you...
Know all concepts involved in a pipe stress flexibility analysis,
Better understand code related load combinations,
Have a good overview of all types of piping components and support types,
Know about different flange types and calculations,
Understand special load cases for piping systems,
Have a detailed understanding of the documentation aspects involved with pipe stress and interfaces with other disciplines.
Who should attend this course
Piping Design Engineers & Piping Design Leads which are required to understand the basics of pipe stress engineering to make the right decisions,
Junior Pipe Stress Engineers with 0-3yr experience,
Mechanical, Process and Structural engineers that require a broad perspective on piping system design.
This course consists of 4x 2hr instructor-led live sessions which consists of presentations, demonstrations and discussions of questions. During each session, participants can ask questions to the instructor (through chat or microphone) which will be answered. After each live session the recording of that session, used slides and exercise documents are made available to participants to view again. If desired by the instructor, exercise files are provided at the end of a session that will be discussed in the next session. These should be performed by the participant before they are discussed in the upcoming live session.
Access to the course
After your purchase is confirmed you receive an account to the EngineeringTrainer online learning portal, where you find the course welcome chapter and instructions on how to join the live sessions. Sessions are held using the software GoToMeeting and a log-in link is provided for each session through the portal. A test link is provided from the start such as to test if you are able to properly join the sessions prior to the first session. Live sessions can be joined using any device, including tabled and mobile.
You receive 6-months unlimited access to the course. This allows you to watch content again if this is beneficial for your work projects.
The live sessions are scheduled twofold to service participants in different time-zones. Upon enrollment each participant is appointed to a group based on their preferences.
Group A (Asia, Middle East, Europe, Africa, Australia)
Session 1: March 1, 9am CET (2hr) (convert time-zones)
Session 2: March 4, 9am CET (2hr)
Session 3: March 8, 9am CET (2hr)
Session 4: March 11, 9am CET (2hr)
Group B (North & South America, Europe, Africa)
Session 1: March 1, 4pm CET (2hr) (convert time-zone)
Session 2: March 4, 4pm CET (2hr)
Session 3: March 8, 4pm CET (2hr)
Session 4: March 11, 4pm CET (2hr)
After the course you receive 6-months unlimited access to all course material including recordings of the live sessions. This allows you to watch recording of lectures again whenever you need to refresh knowledge for your daily work projects.
A personal digital certificate will be made available to each participant upon full attendance. If you are unable to attend any of the sessions please notify us as we will require to view the recordings.
This course consists of 4x 2hr instructor-led live sessions which consists of presentations, demonstrations and discussions of questions. During each session participants can ask questions to the instructor (through chat or microphone) which will be answered.
After each live session the recording of that session, used slides and exercise documents are made available to participants to view again. If desired by the instructor, exercise files are provided at the end of a session that will be discussed in the next session. These should be performed by the participant before they are discussed in the upcoming live session.
Yes, interactive Q&A sessions are included in this course that allow you to interact with the instructor and ask questions.
No software is required for participants of this course.
Yes, this course qualifies for PDH hours as per the NCEES CPC Guidelines.