CPD Courses Accredited by SAIChE

SAIChE-433: Design of Vessels, Tanks and Piping

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CPD 3 credits. CPD Ref. no: SAIChE-433 Provider: E4A (SAIChE-SPV-004)

Alternate name used: Design of Vessels and Tanks. Piping design is at an introductory level.
Includes numerous Sub-Courses such as 7 Tank Material Designs, Design for Corrosion, Corrosion Barrier Analyses, Temperature-Pressure Ratings in Designs, Design for Pressure and Vacuum Services, Major Cost Saving Design features, Unique Vessels including 3D Printed Vessels.

The popular, unique and information packed Course to enable those involved in design, projects and plant operations to analyse and design a range of process vessels, tanks and pipes in greater detail – thus achieving more cost-efficient and effective complete engineering designs aligned with each process requirement.

The vessel function and main design requirements are analysed through advanced needs, systems, scoping, information and risk analytical methods. Each of the main material types that can be applied in vessels designs are addressed in turn. Steels, Stainless Steels and Exotic Steels, Thermoplastics and Thermosets (Fibreglass), and Steel Plastic-lined Vessels are the main materials groupings evaluated (in total 12 materials types and combinations). Applicable standards are addressed for each material and the critical variables in total design are fully addressed. Pressure Vessels are also addressed in a special sub-section. Hazardous Processes are discussed, and attendees are introduced to the relevant design standards for hazards products.

Piping systems design introduces pipes as pressure vessels and the range of types evaluated matches the total 12 materials types and combinations discussed as vessels.

The final summary is prepared as a series of DESIGN STAGES OR STEPS in a master chart with control checklists and the appropriate design standards and design limitations are discussed and finalized. Interesting and unusual case studies are also presented.

MAIN OBJECTIVES

A range of competencies are enhanced including use of engineering design and contextual judgement, developing knowledge-based engineering problem-solving, and other key design practices. The main objectives and economic benefits of each Course are provided.

Economic benefits are achieved through the evaluation of different materials and assessing the most effective materials for the given process variables, service needs and potential hazards.

Attendee comments:

“Thanks for an excellent course”, Wikus P.
“Thanks for an interesting and excellent course”, Mark K.

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Extended Notes on each of the Courses follows.

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