Download The Complete Course on Piping Components for Oil & Gas Career Course

The Complete Course on Piping Components for Oil & Gas Career Video Course by udemy download. Learn about Pipe, Fittings, Olets, Gaskets, Flanges, Bolting materials, Valve, orifice flanges, Spectacle Blind,steam traps etc. Piping components are fundamental building blocks of the Oil & Gas Industries.
The oil and Gas industries have become very competitive at the current time. Getting the right mentor and exposure within the industry is difficult during the growth phase of your career. With a limited training budget spent by the company on employee training, it is even more challenging to acquire the knowledge to succeed.

  • Different types of Pipe, Pipe fittings (Elbow, Tee, reducers, Caps, etc.), Flanges, Gaskets,  Branch Connections (Olets), Bolting materials
  • Special Piping Components such as valve, long neck flange, steam traps, orifice flange, spacer & spade, spectacle blind, expansion joints, strainer, etc.
  • Materials (Metal-Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, etc., Non-Metal- PVC/CPVC, HDPE, GRE-GRP, etc.)
  • Manufacturing methods
  • Heat treatment requirements and methods
  • Inspection and Testing requirements (Non-destructive Testing, Mechanical & Chemical testing)
  • Visual, Dimensional & Marking Inspection requirements
  • Code, Standard & Specifications used in Piping

What you’ll learn

  • Piping Components used in Oil & Gas and any other Process Industries
  • Material, code, standard, specification, manufacturing and testing of piping components
  • Inspection and Testing of piping components in workshop and at manufacturer locations
  • You will able to teach others about piping components and be an expert in your workplace

Course content

  • Section 1: Course Road Map
  • Lecture 1 Know the things that you will learn in this course.
  • Lecture 2 Watch Before You Start the Course!
  • Section 2: Code, Standard, and Specification
  • Lecture 3 What is Standard?
  • Lecture 4 What is Code and Specification?
  • Lecture 5 System Design Code and Material Standard
  • Lecture 6 Dimension Standard and use of code, standard and specification in piping.
  • Lecture 7 List of Code & Standards used in Process Piping
  • Section 3: Process Piping Foundation
  • Lecture 8 Process Piping Foundation
  • Section 4: Piping Components
  • Lecture 9 Pipe Essentials -1
  • Lecture 10 Pipe Essentials -2
  • Lecture 11 What is Pipe fittings?
  • Lecture 12 Elbow, Reducing Elbow, Miter Bend and Returns
  • Lecture 13 Tee, Cross, Reducer, Cap and Stub end
  • Lecture 14 Union, Coupling and Swage
  • Lecture 15 Essentials of Pipe Flange
  • Lecture 16 Threaded, Socket weld and Slip-on Flanges
  • Lecture 17 Lap, Weld neck and Blind Flanges
  • Lecture 18 Branch Connection – Olets (Weldolet, Sockolet, Thredolet etc.)
  • Lecture 19 Essentials of Pipe Gaskets
  • Lecture 20 Non-Metallic and Metal Gaskets
  • Lecture 21 Spiral Wound Gasket, Metal Jacketed Gasket and Kamm/ Cam Profile Gasket
  • Lecture 22 Bolting Materials – Stud, Bolt, Nuts and Washers
  • Section 5: Special Piping Components
  • Lecture 23 Valves
  • Lecture 24 Long Neck Flanges & Orifice Flanges
  • Lecture 25 Spectacle Blind, Spacer & Spade
  • Lecture 26 Strainers
  • Lecture 27 Expansion Joints & Flexible Joints
  • Lecture 28 Steam Traps
  • Lecture 29 Scrapper Tee & Long Radius Bends
  • Section 6: Material Selection and Different Types of Material Used in Process Piping.
  • Lecture 30 Essentials of Piping Materials
  • Lecture 31 Killed Steel vs Rimmed Steel
  • Lecture 32 Ferrous Materials
  • Lecture 33 Alloy Steel
  • Lecture 34 Role of Alloying Elements in Steel
  • Lecture 35 Stainless Steel
  • Lecture 36 Non-Ferrous Materials
  • Lecture 37 Non-Metallic Materials
  • Lecture 38 Lined and clad Materials
  • Section 7: ASTM Material Grades for Pipe Components
  • Lecture 39 ASTM Material Grades for Pipe
  • Lecture 40 ASTM Material Grades for Wrought Fittings
  • Lecture 41 ASTM Material Grades for Forgings
  • Lecture 42 ASTM Material Grades for Gaskets
  • Lecture 43 ASTM Material Grades for Bolting
  • Section 8: Manufacturing of Piping Components
  • Lecture 44 Seamless Pipe Manufacturing – Plug Rolling Mill
  • Lecture 45 Seamless Pipe Manufacturing – Mandrel Mill, Extrusion and Forging Methods
  • Lecture 46 Welded Pipe Manufacturing – ERW/HFW/EFW
  • Lecture 47 Welded Pipe Manufacturing – SAW
  • Lecture 48 Elbow Manufacturing Methods
  • Lecture 49 TEE Manufacturing Methods
  • Lecture 50 Reducer, Cap and Stub end Manufacturing Methods
  • Lecture 51 Forge fittings, Flange & Olets Manufacturing Methods
  • Lecture 52 Gasket Manufacturing Methods
  • Lecture 53 Stud, Bolt and Nuts Manufacturing Methods
  • Section 9: Heat treatments of Pipe Components
  • Lecture 54 Heat Treatment Requirements
  • Lecture 55 Heat Treatment Methods
  • Section 10: Non-destructive and Destructive Testing
  • Lecture 56 Non-destructive Testing and Destructive Testing
  • Lecture 57 Hydro Testing and Proof Testing (Type Testing)
  • Section 11: Inspection of Piping Components
  • Lecture 58 Visual Inspection
  • Lecture 59 Dimensions Inspection – Pipe and Pipe Fittings
  • Lecture 60 Dimensions Inspection – Flanges and Olets
  • Lecture 61 Dimensions Inspection – Gasket and Bolting Material
  • Section 12: Marking of Piping Components
  • Lecture 62 Marking Requirements for Pipe and Pipe Fittings
  • Lecture 63 Marking Requirements for Flanges and Olets
  • Lecture 64 Marking Requirements for Spiral Wound Gasket and Bolting Marking
  • Lecture 65 Piping Components E-Book
  • Section 13: Quiz – Check Your Knowledge
  • Section 14: Final Quiz
  • Lecture 66 Piping Component Quiz
  • Section 15: Course Slides
  • Lecture 67 Course Slides for Personal Use Only

Who this course is for:

  • Student who want career in Oil & Gas or other process Industries
  • If you are career oriented person who wants to works confidently and efficiently with piping.
  • If you wants career growth by showing expertise at workplace.
  • Professional working in same industry but in different discipline such as operation, maintanance, instrument, electrical, administrative or any other field
  • If you are Young engineer who wants to cut-short time from beginner to expert

Course details

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 03 h 36 m
  • Number of lessons:  37 lectures
  • Language: English
  • Compressed file size: 650 MB
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