Download Chemical Process Safety Engineering: BOOTCAMP 2021

Chemical Process Safety Engineering: BOOTCAMP 2021 course by udemy download. The only course with over 5 hours practical knowledge about the Process Safety and Overpressure Protection combination.

provided by Velocis Solutions aims to deliver practical and useful information set for course takers. The course bundle includes three separate courses of Process Safety Fundamentals, Process Safety in Engineering and Operations and Overpressure Protection.

The course structure is designed by considering your approach and level about the topic, that is why you can commence the course with getting introduction to Process Safety Fundamentals. In this first section, you can directly get into the risk management process and comprehend the necessary steps to define risk within the practical sessions, such as:

  • Importance of Process Safety
  • Hazard, Risk, Hazard Identification
  • Qualitative Risk Assessment
  • Hazard Scenarios
  • Consequence Analysis and Modelling
  • Types of Fires and Explosions
  • Likelihood Analysis and Fault & Event Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Defining Risk and Risk Matrix

After forming the solid background about Process Safety discipline, you can give a turn to the second section where you will be given with the implementation of Process Safety in Engineering and Operations by focusing on the risk management process and following chapters:

  • Inherently Safer Design
  • Bowtie Diagram and Protective Systems
  • Plant Layout
  • Introduction to Safety in Operations
  • Process Safety Performance

More practical section, Overpressure Protection will welcome you, after you have completed the first two sections where the course takers can take the huge benefits of the best practical knowledge that was proposed by referring to API standards. The valuable source of information is delivered to course takers by going over the section through:

  • Introduction to the course and documentation (API Standards)
  • Design Philosophies and Methods
  • Relief Scenarios and Scenario Selection
  • Types of Relief Devices, Conventional Spring Loaded, Balanced Bellow, Pilot Operated
  • Single-phase and Multi-phase Flow Relief Sizing
  • Relief Device Installation, Calculation of Blow-down Orifice
  • Segregation in Flare and Venting Systems
  • Flare Header Design
  • Emergency and Operational Depressurisation

What you’ll learn

  • Importance of Process Safety
  • Hazard-Risk Combination
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessment Techniques
  • Hazard Scenarios and Failure Modes
  • Consequence & Likelihood Analysis and Modelling
  • Types of Fire and Explosions
  • Principles of Fault/Tree Analysis
  • Definition of Risk (Risk matrix)
  • Inherent Safety
  • Plant Layout and Protective Systems
  • Bowtie diagram in Process Safety Management
  • Process Safety for Operational Discipline
  • Process Safety Performance
  • Implementation of Relief Devices
  • Design Philosophies and Methods
  • Relief Scenarios
  • Single-phase and Multi-phase Relief Sizing
  • Segregation in venting and flare systems
  • Depressurisation

Who this course is for:

  • Chemical Engineers
  • Lead Operators
  • Mechanical and Reliability Engineers
  • Manufacturing Engineers
  • Chemists
  • Instrumentation and Automation Engineers
  • EHS Specialists
  • Students

Course content

  • 1 – Introduction to ChemicalProcess Engineering
  • 2 – Process Engineering Drawings
  • 3 – Mixture Properties
  • 4 – Material and Energy Balance
  • 5 – Fluid Flow Fundamentals
  • 6 – Valve Unit Operation
  • 7 – Pump Unit Operation
  • 8 – Compressors
  • 9 – Gravity Separation Separators
  • 10 – Heat Exchangers
  • 11 – Process Control Fundamentals
  • 12 – Introduction to Process Safety

Course Detail

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration:5 hour, 2 mins
  • Number of lessons:  32  lectures
  • Language of instruction: English + Sub
  • Compressed file size: 2.85 GB8
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