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From Operation to Design

If you are looking for a program for your process department or you want to see your dramatic progress in process engineering in just six months, the course is for you. Throughout this program you become professional ( not get familiar ) in various subjects, standards, and softwares. After this six-month program, you will be able to perform many process engineering-related tasks during engineering phase. The advantages of the course are as follows:

1.You will learn all packages of EIEPD in just one package.

2.It is more cost-effective.

3.All parts of engineering are connected.

4.Six-month monitoring of your progress and your mistakes.

 

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From Operation to Design

The “From Operation to Design” Program could be regarded from two perspectives:

  1. The course includes all areas of process engineering from design to operation.
  2. The course is suitable for operation specialists who want to become process engineering designer.

The course instruction lasts for 6 months but due to some possible time break needed by participants, the course might last for 7 months but in no way, it would not be extended. We know you work and after the work hours you have to attend the classes. That is the reason we give recordings and break time to review what you have learned in the classes or if you could not focus. So don’t worry and be relaxed.

Here is the content:

Part 1: Process Plant Design

Part 2: PFD and P&ID Development using Auto-cad P&ID

Part 3: Advanced Control

Part 4: Interlock Diagram Development using Auto-cad

Part 5: PSV

Part 6: Heat Exchanger Sizing

Part 7: Separator Sizing

Part 8: Equipment and Process Units Start-ups and Normal Operation

The “From Operation to Design” Program could be regarded from two perspectives:

  1. The course includes all areas of process engineering from design to operation.
  2. The course is suitable for operation specialists who want to become process engineering designer.

The course instruction lasts for 6 months but due to some possible time break needed by participants, the course might last for 7 months but in no way, it would not be extended. We know you work and after the work hours you have to attend the classes. That is the reason we give recordings and break time to review what you have learned in the classes or if you could not focus. So don’t worry and be relaxed.

Here is the content:

Part 1: Process Plant Design

Part 2: PFD and P&ID Development using Auto-cad P&ID

Part 3: Advanced Control

Part 4: Interlock Diagram Development using Auto-cad

Part 5: PSV

Part 6: Heat Exchanger Sizing

Part 7: Separator Sizing

Part 8: Equipment and Process Units Start-ups and Normal Operation

Part 1: Process Plant Design

Session 1: Process design criteria

Session 2: Practices

Session 3: PFD development

Session 4: PFD development for process units

Session 5: PFD development for process units-continued

Session 6: Review

Session 7: P&ID development Intro-Gas station

Session 8: P&ID development for process units

Session 9: P&ID development for utilities units

Session10: Overview of process safety documents

Session11: PSV and flare header summary

Session12: Flare package design

Session13: Process emergency description and interlock diagram

Session14: Review of your month project

PFD and P&ID Development

Session15: Design criteria for PFD development

Session16: Example of PFD development

Session17: Auto-cad P&ID Introduction

Session 18: Drawing the developed PFD in part 1 in Auto-cad P&ID

Session19: P&ID development for heat exchangers and air-coolers

Session20: P&ID development for furnaces

Session21: P&ID development for pumps

Session22: Miscellaneous

Session23: Examples in Auto-cad P&ID

Session24: Instrumentation Introduction

Advanced Control

Session24: Introduction towards advanced control used in FCS

Session25: Simple control loop

Session26: Split-range control

Session27: Cascade control and FY, LY, PY calculators

Process Emergency + Interlock Diagram [ Cause & Effect]

Session28: Interlock diagram for pumps, fans, separators, tanks, filters and valves

Session29: Interlock diagram for reactors and fired heaters

Session30: Interlock diagram for the whole methanol or ammonia plant.

PSVs

Session31: PSV scenarios

Session32: PSV sizing for valve failure (inadvertent opening + closed outlet) using excel sheet

Session33: PSV sizing for valve failure (inadvertent opening + closed outlet) using Aspen Hysys

Session34: PSV sizing for tube rupture and hydraulic expansion scenario

Session35: PSV sizing for fire wetted and unwetted surface scenario

Heat exchanger Design

Session36: First example

Session37: Second example

Separators Design Principle

Session38: General guideline

Session39: Sizing a vertical separator with mist eliminator and datasheet preparation

Session40: Sizing a horizontal separator without mist eliminator and datasheet preparation

Session41: Sizing a three-phase separator and datasheet preparation

Session42: Trayed column sizing

 

Equipment and Process Units Start-ups and Normal Operation

Session43: Motor-driven pumps and compressors start-up

Session44: Small and large turbine start-ups

Session45: Turbine-driven compressors and pumps start-up

Session46: Fired heater start-ups

Session47: Utility unit start-ups

Session48: Distillation column start-ups

After 48 sessions you have gained comprehensive knowledge about the following categories:

1.Project Documents

You are able to prepare and develop the following documents

  • The “Datasheet” of equipment such as pumps, control valves, separators, heat exchangers and PSVs
  • Develop “PFDs” for different units
  • Develop “P&ID” for different units
  • Prepare and develop “Process Emergency” and “Interlock Diagram”
  • Prepare and develop “Flare Header Summary”, “Sizing Calculation Summary”
  • Prepare and develop “Process Control” and “Process Description” for each process

2.Standards, Codes, and References

  • API-520
  • API-521
  • API-526
  • GPSA
  • Svercheck
  • TEMA
  • Saunders Handbook
  • IEC
  • EIEPD Design Criteria and General Guideline
  • Fisher Handbook
  • EIEPD Material Selection Guideline

3.Software

You are able to use the following software easily:

  • Aspen Plus (Simulation environment + Safety environment)
  • Fisher Sizing Software (FSM)
  • KG Tower
  • Auto-cad P&ID

What you will receive throughout this comprehensive course

4.Materials

  • All documents used in the class
  • All One-Note files
  • Recording of all sessions

5.The Gift Packages

you will receive the following files free of charge:

  • Vertical separator sizing excel-sheet file
  • Horizontal separator sizing excel-sheet file
  • Three-phase separator sizing excel-sheet file
  • Flare K.O.D sizing excel-sheet file
  • Distillation trayed and packed column excel-sheet file
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