Piping System Principles is a two-part self-paced online course that covers a broad range of topics including piping terminology, mathematics and the underlying principles that determine the performance of individual piping system elements and the system as a whole.
With an emphasis on understanding the relationship between components in a piping system and how to effectively troubleshoot system inefficiencies, participants are able to take knowledge from this course and apply it directly back to the job.
While we do recommend taking both parts of this course, part 2 does not require you to take part 1 to appreciate and comprehend the in-depth mathematical system analysis part 2 focuses on. If, after taking part 2, you appreciated the equations but want a broader view of piping systems and their individual elements, we suggest following up with part 1.
Piping System Principles Part 2 is worth 12 PDH.
Piping System Principles part 2 explores:
- Troubleshooting inefficiencies to improve fluid piping systems
- Learning in-depth calculations to validate models and optimize system plans
- Examining processes and process equipment including measuring and controlling processes
- Examining a piping system as a whole from a system interaction and efficiency-focused view
Who Should Attend
This course is more equation and math focused than part 1, but still provides operations and maintenance supervisors, design and process engineers, and operators and maintenance personnel with a better understanding of how a complete piping system operates. It also provides real-world knowledge for engineers and is a great refresher course for senior engineers.
Once payment has been processed, you will receive an email providing you a link to log into the course. If you do not receive the email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org