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Course Curriculum

Course Curriculum

INTRODUCTION
Introduction 00:04:00
ABOUT P&ID's
What’s a P&ID ? 00:03:00
Why is a P&ID so important ? 00:02:00
Who uses P&ID’s ? 00:06:00
How do P&ID’s look like ? 00:08:00
INTRODUCTION TO P&ID READING
Introduction- P&ID READING 00:02:00
Anatomy of a P&ID 00:01:00
The title block 00:03:00
The drawing scale 00:03:00
The grid system 00:02:00
The revision block 00:03:00
Changes 00:00:00
Notes and legends 00:03:00
BASIC P&ID SYMBOLS
Valve symbols 00:14:00
Valve actuator symbols 00:09:00
Control valve designations 00:02:00
Standards and conventions for valve status 00:07:00
Process equipment symbols 00:12:00
Piping symbols 00:03:00
Pipe fitting symbols 00:03:00
Isolating, venting & draining symbols for ease of maintenance 00:05:00
Instrumentation 00:03:00
Sensing devices and detectors 00:04:00
Location symbols 00:04:00
Modifiers and transmitters 00:05:00
Indicators and recorders 00:03:00
Controllers 00:03:00
LET'S GET SOME PRACTICE : BASIC P&ID SYMBOLS
Example #1 : Identifying process equipment and flow paths 00:05:00
Example #2 : Identifying valve position and failure mode 00:03:00
Example #3 : Identifying the symbols 00:02:00
P&ID DESIGNATION CODES
Piping designation code 00:06:00
Equipment designation code 00:03:00
Instrument designation code 00:02:00
Miscellaneous designation codes 00:02:00
THE IMPORTANCE OF PROCESS CONTROL
The process 00:01:00
Process control 00:06:00
CONTROL THEORY BASICS
The control loop 00:02:00
Process control terms 00:10:00
BASIC PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS (BPCS)
Control loops : Feedback control 00:02:00
Pressure control loops 00:01:00
Flow control loops 00:01:00
Level control loops 00:01:00
Temperature control loops 00:01:00
Multi-variable loops 00:02:00
Feedforward control 00:02:00
Feedforward + Feedback 00:01:00
Cascade control 00:08:00
Split range control 00:03:00
Operations on control signals 00:02:00
Ratio control 00:02:00
Batch control 00:01:00
Selective control 00:01:00
ADVANCED PROCESS CONTROL
Do we need to control at all ? 00:01:00
Principles of equipment-wise control 00:10:00
Pipe control system 00:02:00
Control of a single pipe 00:02:00
Control of pressure in a pipe 00:03:00
Control of flow in a pipe 00:04:00
Flow splitting 00:05:00
Centrifugal pump control 00:04:00
Control valve vs Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) for centrifugal pumps 00:03:00
Minimum flow control for centrifugal pumps 00:09:00
Positive displacement pump control 00:02:00
Control by a recirculation pipe for PD pumps 00:03:00
Variable Speed Drive (VSD) control for PD pumps 00:01:00
Control by stroke adjustment for PD pumps 00:01:00
Compressor control system 00:02:00
Compressor capacity control 00:12:00
Compressor anti-surge control 00:03:00
Heat transfer equipment control 00:02:00
Heat exchanger direct control system 00:04:00
Heat exchanger bypass control system 00:04:00
Reactor temperature control 00:06:00
Air cooler control 00:02:00
Heat exchanger for heat recovery 00:01:00
Heat exchanger back pressure control 00:02:00
Basic fired heater control 00:08:00
Complex fired heater control 00:05:00
Container and vessel control 00:07:00
Container blanket gas control 00:02:00
SAFETY INSTRUMENTED SYSTEMS (SIS), INTERLOCKS AND ALARMS
Safety strategies 00:01:00
Concept of Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) 00:01:00
SIS actions and types 00:14:00
SIS extent 00:02:00
SIS requirement 00:03:00
Anatomy of a SIS 00:02:00
SIS element symbols 00:01:00
SIS primary elements : Sensors 00:03:00
SIS final elements 00:04:00
Switching valve actuator arrangements 00:02:00
Valve position validation 00:02:00
Merging a switching valve and a control valve 00:03:00
SIS logics 00:01:00
Showing safety instrumented functions on P&ID’s 00:07:00
Discrete control 00:05:00
Alarm system 00:02:00
Anatomy of alarm systems 00:02:00
Alarm requirements 00:06:00
Alarm system symbology in P&ID’s 00:06:00
Concept of common alarms 00:01:00
Fire and Gas Detection Systems (FGS) 00:03:00
Electric motor control 00:07:00
P&ID representation of commands and responses 00:05:00
P&ID example of electro-motor control 00:04:00
P&ID EXAMPLES : LET’S GET SOME PRACTICE
P&ID example #1 : Legend and specifications 00:05:00
P&ID example #2 : Hydrogen delivery station 00:16:00
P&ID example #3 : Acid system 00:13:00
P&ID example #4 : Centrifugal pump 00:09:00
P&ID example #5 : Utility station 00:04:00
P&ID example #6 : Waste water filter 00:00:00
P&ID example #7 : Steam separator 00:15:00
P&ID example #8 : Flare knock-out drum 00:14:00
P&ID example #9 : Centrifugal compressor 00:05:00
P&ID example #10 : Hydrogen production from shale gas 00:11:00
P&ID example #11 : Fired heater 00:07:00
Resources
Resources – Advanced Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams P&IDs 00:00:00

Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams P&IDs

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Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams P&IDs
  • Course Highlights

Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) often come off as a complex, hard-to-understand diagrams, and this Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) course will help you break away from this illusion of complexity.

Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) is not rocket science. It is just a graphic representation of piping and instrumentation in the system are found in any process industries. These engineering drawings provide clear information on processes, equipment, control systems and how the plant should handle emergencies. This extensive curriculum will equip you with the underpinning knowledge, tools and skills to read and understand the P&IDs. 

With the easily comprehensible modules, you will gain a clear idea of P&IDs basics symbols, designation codes, process control systems, safety instrumented systems and so on. By the end of this P&IDs course, you will read P&IDs like reading the alphabets.

Enrol in the Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams P&IDs  course today and master the in-demand skill of reading and understanding P&IDs like an engineer.

  • Learning outcome
  • Have an excellent understanding of Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs).
  • Have the basic P&IDs symbols and designation codes.
  • Have a clear idea of what process control is and its importance.
  • Have a thorough knowledge of control theory, including control loop and process control terms.
  • Have yourself familiarised with basic and advanced process control systems.
  • Have a solid comprehension of safety instrumented systems, interlocks and alarms.
  • Have the ability to read, interpret and understand all P&IDs like a pro.
  • Requirements
  • No formal qualifications required, anyone from any academic background can take this course.
  • Access to any internet-enabled smart device.
  • Why should I take this course?
  • 8 hours of on-demand video lectures and downloadable resources.
  • Affordable premium-quality E-learning content, you can learn at your own pace.
  • You will receive a completion certificate upon completing the course.
  • Internationally recognized Accredited Qualification will boost up your resume.
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