Overview of Piping Systems

$795.00

The self-paced, on-demand Overview of Piping Systems training course provides attendees with an understanding of the factors associated with the behavior of piping systems without getting into detailed mathematics and formulas. The course covers a broad range of topics from hydraulic system
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Overview of Piping Systems

The self-paced, on-demand Overview of Piping Systems training course provides attendees with an understanding of the factors associated with the behavior of piping systems without getting into detailed mathematics and formulas.

The course covers a broad range of topics from hydraulic system behavior and terminology to the roles and characteristics of devices and elements common to most piping systems.

Upon completion of this course attendees will have knowledge of the interdependencies of these elements as well as see how holistic, system level analysis can be applied to solve real world problems.

This course is not worth any PDH, if you are looking for a similar course please see Piping System Principles Part 1.

Who Should Attend

This course is perfect for anyone who does not have a background in engineering and is involved with the marketing or sales of components or products associated with piping systems. In addition, operation or maintenance personnel, who do not need to know the theories and mathematics supporting piping system design, will find this course helpful.

Objectives

Using a non-technical approach, the Overview of Piping Systems course will familiarize students with piping systems concepts. Upon course completion students will:

  • Understand the basics of hydraulic system behavior
  • Learn hydraulic system terminology
  • Understand of how pumps work
  • Understand the role and characteristics of storage and transport elements in piping systems
  • Understand the role and characteristics of process related elements in piping systems and control elements
  • Gain an appreciation for the interdependent behavior when piping system elements are combined
  • Become familiar with how hydraulic system analysis can be applied to solve real world problems