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Process Plant Design

Don’t think that the course is about reviewing some previous documents from previous projects! In fact, in this package, you will learn how to design a process plant from zero to fully fledged state. Throughout the lectures you will learn which documents should be created and how they should be created. The documents that are handed-down from licensing companies to engineering companies and from engineering companies to owner of the plants, you will master all of them throughout this course.

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Duration:
30 hr
online class
Tehran Time
online class
Tehran Time
17 - 19.30
Mondays and Wednesdays
Group A
20.15 - 22.45
Tuesday and Thursdays
Group B
17 - 19.30
Saturdays and Sundays
Group C
17 - 19.30
Mondays and Wednesdays
Group A
20.15 - 22.45
Tuesday and Thursdays
Group B
17 - 19.30
Saturdays and Sundays
Group C

Process Plant Design

Who should take this course?

1. Process engineers

2. Control room operators

3. Chemical engineers

4. R&D engineers

Who should take this course?

1. Process engineers

2. Control room operators

3. Chemical engineers

4. R&D engineers

Process Design Criteria

Session 1: Process design criteria

In this session you will learn the following subjects:

1. Process Engineering work scope

2. Project documents

3. Standards used for each equipment

4. Process design criteria

5. Line sizing for both gas and liquid applications (Natural gas, pump suction, hydrodesulfurization reactor inlet and oxygen applications)

6. Design pressure and temperature calculation for various applications

7. Preparation of pump datasheet (calculation of rated flow, suction pressure, NPSHA, NPSHR, shutoff pressure and discharge head, performance efficiency)

8. Compressor datasheet (rated flow, physical properties, start-up, safety consideration)

9. Separator datasheet (diameter and height calculation, manhole and drain sizing criteria, vortex breaker, hold-up times)

10. Flare (types and Mach number criteria)

11. Control valve datasheet (selection criteria, material used, trim types (EQ, linear, quick-opening), CV versus opening. Noise criteria)

Session 2: Practices

In this session you will learn:

1. First practice about line sizing for hydrodesulfurization reactor inlet and oxygen applications

2. Design pressure and temperature calculation for oxygen services

3. Flowmeter selection for cooling water unit, polishing unit, distillation unit, oxygen application, oily water, products at battery limit.

Control Valve selection for different applications

PFD Development

Session 3: PFD development for utilities

In this session you will learn:

1. PFD development for cooling water unit based on EIEPD process-based method.

2. PFD development for polishing unit based on EIEPD process-based method.

3. PFD development for steam system (deaerator, steam drum, superheaters, steam let-down stations unit) based on EIEPD process-based method.

4. Simple control loop for PFDs (LIC/PIC/FIC)

Session 4: PFD design for process units

In this session you will learn:

1. PFD development of desulfurization unit

2. Intro to pinch analysis

3. Use of pinch analysis and EIEPD process-based method to develop PFD for reaction unit

4. Use of pinch analysis to develop PFD for methanol reactor unit

Note that the PFD development is instructed in a way that is independent from product type and everything especially pinch analysis will be explained in a smooth way.

Session 5:  PFD development for process units-continued

In this session you will learn:

1. PFD development for distillation column

2. Simple intro to advanced control (simple loop, cascade loop, split range control)

3. PFD development of saturation unit

Session 6: Review

In this session we will learn:

1. Connecting all PFDs and review all of them in one place to help you memorize design notes in the best way.

PFD development of gas stations.

P&ID Development

Session 7: P&ID development intro

In this session you will learn:

1. P&ID development basics

2. P&ID development for gas stations

3. Material selection

4. Final safe position of control valves

5. Compensation for flowmeters

Session 8: P&ID development for process units

In this session, you will learn:

1. P&ID development for a part of process units for which we developed PFD.

2. Intro to Interlocks

3. Valve selection

4. P&ID development for distillation columns (tower, reboilers, overhead sections, tower inlet, control and instrument)

Session 9: P&ID development for utilities

1. P&ID development for storage tanks (chemicals, products, DMW)

PVRV + Nitrogen PCV + ERM + Level types + Floating roof tanks + Fixed roof tanks

Process Safety Documents

Session 1: Overview

In this session, you will get a comprehensive insight towards process safety.

Session 2: PSV and flare header summary

In this session you will learn the followings:

1. Scenario definition and API-suggested scenarios

2. EIEPD Equipment-based Approach towards PSV scenarios

3. Scenario detection for the whole existing plant

4. PSV sizing procedure and example

5. Flare header summary and calculation sizing document

Session 3: Flare Package

In this session you will learn the followings:

1. PFD development

2. Design notes

A summary of standards and software used

Interlock and Logic Diagram

Session 10: Process emergency description and Interlock diagram

In this session you will comprehend the followings:

1. Intro towards interlocks

2. How to prepare and develop “Process Emergency Description” and “Interlock Diagram”

3. Prepare and develop “Process Emergency Description” and “Interlock Diagram” for separator example.

4. Prepare and develop “Process Emergency Description” and “Interlock Diagram” for Pump Auto-start example.

5. Prepare and develop “Process Emergency Description” and “Interlock Diagram” for Oxygen gas entrance example.

Session 11: Interlock diagram and logic diagram

Note: This session is offline and optional. You can already find the video on the website.

In this session you will learn the logic diagram alongside interlock diagram.

Project

This part has two sessions, in first session, the instructor does a project similar to the one you are supposed to do and in second session, the instructor does the project you were supposed to do!

Session 12: The whole month in one project

You will learn the followings:

1. Pump simulation in Aspen Plus

2. Preparation and development of pump datasheet to a fully-fledged state.

3. Valve simulation in Fisher software and Aspen Plus and their comparison

4. Preparation and development of valve datasheet to a fully-fledged state.

5. PFD development

6. P&ID development

7. ” Process Emergency Description” document and Interlock diagram development.

Session 13: Your own project review.

Answer the following questions to help you take the course or not.

1. Do you know how to read, exploit, write “Process Design Criteria” document during basic design, detailed design, and project phases?

2. Do you know how to prepare datasheet for control valves and pumps?

3. Do you know how to develop PFD and P&ID for process applications?

4. Do you know how to determine PSV scenarios for the whole process plant?

5. Do you know how to prepare “Process Emergency Description” and “Cause and Effect Matrix” documents?

6. Do you know how to select control valve types and flow meter types for process applications?

 

Be honest with yourself and for each question give yourself a score out of 10. If the sum is less than 30, then take the course; if the score is between 30 to 50, consult with us. If it is more than 50, we think you don’t need to take it.

1.The Advanced Process Control course will be available in both online and offline modes to enthusiasts. By online mode, the enthusiasts can participate in online classes while by offline mode, the enthusiast can only watch offline videos after purchasing the package.

2.Notice that the enthusiasts who choose online mode will also receive offline package so that they can review what they have learned in online classes.

3.It is obvious that in both modes, the whole package including videos, documents, excelsheets will be provided.

The package will be provided in offline mode in which the learners will be given recorded videos.

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