P&ID and PFD Development
- To provide basic knowledge & exposures in related industry, especially in the oil, gas and petrochemical sector.
- Learn in-depth information and facts needs to be interpreted, when reviewing design drawings and no more miss-look on hidden data.
- Explore more on how design drawings are being prepared and develop.
- Achieve acceptable drafting standards of knowledge and competence.
Who Will Benefit
- New graduates who wish a dynamic career
- Project management team and approval managers
- All design group – design & drafting personnel, piping engineers, mechanical engineers, process engineers
- Operating supervisor & technician, maintenance supervisor & technician
- This program also support non-technical personnel assigned to positions in petroleum refineries, corporate offices, supplier and other interrelated companies.
- Other professionals who desire a better understanding of subject.
- Basic terms
- Purpose of pfd
- Purpose of P&ID
- Information provided on PFD
- Information provided on P&ID
- Process related information
- Piping related information
- Instrumentation related information
- Control related information
- Special information
- Design codes
- Engineering standard practices
- Client’s specifications
Symbols And Numbering Systems
- Control valve
- Tag system
- Instrumentation and control
- Combining process and hardware
Understanding About PFDs
- Why pfd is necessary?
- PFD information in P&ID
- Heat and mass balance
- Operating conditions
- Physical property
Understanding About P&IDs
- Why P&ID is necessary?
- Equipment and system
- P&ID and Datasheets
PFD And P&ID Development
- Development of a simple basic PFD
- Development of a simple basic P&ID
- Valves – type and application
- Development of control loops
- Need and location of measuring instruments
- Piping and insulation information
- Incorporation of misc. Information in P&ID
- P&ID evolution and changes in plant life
- Safety system in P&ID
- Pressure relief systems
- Safety features in industry
P&ID Life Cycle And Case Studies
- P&ID life cycle
- Why P&IDs keep changing
- Exercise: reading P&IDs
- Case studies
- Future studies