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  • Date: 29-06-2021, 00:07
29-06-2021, 00:07

Piping Flange Fundamentals (Oil and Gas etc.)

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Piping Flange Fundamentals (Oil and Gas etc.)
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 77 lectures (4h 58m) | Size: 2.6 GB
Learn about pipe flanges! Essential components of any piping system!


What you'll learn:
Flange Terminology and Nomenclature
Flange Types (welding neck, slip-on, lap joint etc.)
How Flanges Work
Piping Codes, Standards, and Specifications
ASME, ASTM, ANSI, ISO, EN, API etc.
Pipe Types (seamless, welded etc.)
Pipe Ends (bevel, threaded etc.)
Nominal Pipe Size (NPS)
Pipe Schedule (thickness etc.)
Pressure Class (150#, 300# etc.)
Flange Materials
Flange Faces (flat face, raised face etc.)
Flange Surfaces (smooth, serrated etc.)
Concentric and Spiral Serrated Surfaces
Roughness (AARH, Ra etc.)
Gasket Types (soft, hard, composite etc.)
Fastener Types (bolts, studs etc.)
Weld Types (butt, fillet etc.)
Non-Destructive Testing (types and applications)
And lots more!
Requirements
A desire to learn.
Some engineering background knowledge would be an advantage but is not essential.
Description
You will encounter pipes and joints even if you are not working in an engineering related industry. Fluids must move within piping systems in a safe and efficient manner, and it is pipes, joints, and valves, that allow this to occur. But what are joints?
A joint can be welded, screwed, or bolted. This course covers the topic of bolted joints within piping systems. Specifically, you will learn about flanges, gaskets, and fasteners, which are the essential components of bolted joints. The course covers:
Flange Terminology and Nomenclature
Flange Types (welding neck, slip-on, lap joint etc.)
How Flanges Work
Piping Codes, Standards, and Specifications
ASME, ASTM, ANSI, ISO, EN, API etc.
Pipe Types (seamless, welded etc.)
Pipe Ends (bevel, threaded etc.)
Nominal Pipe Size (NPS)
Pipe Schedule (thickness etc.)
Pressure Class (150#, 300# etc.)
Flange Materials
Flange Faces (flat face, raised face etc.)
Flange Surfaces (smooth, serrated etc.)
Concentric and Spiral Serrated Surfaces
Roughness (AARH, Ra etc.)
Gasket Types (soft, hard, composite etc.)
Fastener Types (bolts, studs etc.)
Weld Types (butt, fillet etc.)
Non-Destructive Testing (types and applications)
And lots more!
This is an ideal course for anyone working in the Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, or Chemical Engineering industries, but it is also useful for any working engineer (flanges are everywhere!).
The course is suitable for people just starting their career, or as an efficient refresher for old hands.
The course comes with a downloadable PDF handbook and downloadable Quiz Booklet.
You can claim your certificate after completing the online quiz.
Don't waste more time reading this course description, check-out the free preview videos and the curriculum, then make an informed decision.
All purchases come with a 30 days refund policy.
Hope to see you on the course!
Who this course is for
This is an ideal course for anyone working in the Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, or Chemical Engineering industries, but it is also useful for any working engineer (flanges are everywhere!).
The course is suitable for people just starting their career, or as an efficient refresher for old hands.
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