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CHM 155 - Diagrams for Conceptualization and Analysis of Chemical Processes

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
CHM 155 12 June 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
CHM 155 10 July 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
CHM 155 07 August 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
CHM 155 04 September 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
CHM 155 02 October 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
CHM 155 27 November 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
CHM 155 18 December 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

This course focuses on engineering drawings typically used in the chemical and process industries by engineers and technologists in the design phase and by operations and maintenance staff once facilities are up and running. 

This 5 day training course will show how facilities relate to the drawings so that participants can focus on improvements and effectively assess emergency situations and evaluate safety, environmental and regulatory compliance issues, accurate drawings and the ability to interpret them are crucial and provide improvement in quality and consistency which will enhance the other processes that rely on the P&IDs and other process control drawings. 

This combination of classroom instruction and workshop training exercises focuses on critical documentation essential to the safe day-to-day operation of facilities (e.g., P&ID, PFD, Plot Plan, Area Classification, Piping Drawing, Isometric Drawing, Line List, Tie-In List and Shutdown Keys).. 

Accurate drawings and the ability to read and understand these drawings are a requirement for the analysis of emergency situations and the assessment of safety, environmental and regulatory compliance issues such as Process Hazards Analysis / HAZOP studies. 

It will also provide engineers dealing with Management of Change the ability to speak the same language as the operators of the facilities. It will form the foundation for base level learning and will provide consistent and improved communications between staff.

Course Objectives

Identifying piping and determining information about a pipeline 

Recognizing the different types of lines including pneumatic, hydraulic, electric, and signal lines

Reading P&ID to identify instrumentation, common equipment, pipe fittings, and symbols, etc.

Defining how the instruments in control loops are named and functioning on a P&ID

Conveying process information in adequate detail and examining what should and shouldn’t be on a P&ID

Understanding the revision block mentioned in a P&ID, ready for construction and as built

Tracing system flow paths with the help of piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID)

Developing, and reviewing P&ID — the most crucial document for any manufacturing project

Who Should Attend?

  • Engineers
  • Supervisors
  • Shift leaders
  • Control Room and Plant Operating Personnel 
  • Professionals responsible for Process Hazards Analysis / HAZOP / Safeguarding studies

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Diagrams for Understanding Chemical Processes 
  • Block Flow Diagrams (BFDs)  Process Diagram, Plant Diagram
  • Process Flow Diagram (PFD) Process Topology, Stream and Equipment Information 
  • Combining Topology, Stream Data, and Control Strategy to Give a PFD 
  • Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) and P&ID Symbols, Numbering, Abbreviations 
  • Three-Dimensional Representation of a Process, The 3-D Plant Model 
  • Interpreting P&IDs – equipment

Day 2

  • Design of piping in P&IDs
  • The Structure and Synthesis of Process Flow Diagrams
  • What Information Can Be Determined Using the Input/output Diagram for a Process?
  • Drawing interpretation workshop #1: 
  • Input and Output Streams on Toluene Hydrodealkylation PFD
  • Identification of Utility Streams on the Toluene Hydrodealkylation PFD
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic P&ID Diagrams and Schematics

Day 3

  • Detailed engineering drawings,  Plot Plan, Electrical Area Classification, Piping Drawing, Isometric, Material Take Off, Line List, Tie-in List, and Shutdown Key 
  • Interpreting P&IDs – control and process safety systems
  • Drawing interpretation workshop #2 
  • Tracing Chemicals through the Process Flow Diagram
  • Written Process Description and Controlling Process Conditions 

Day 4

  • The Characteristics of Control Valves
  • Control Flowrates and Pressures
  • The Measurement of Process Variables
  • Common Control Strategies Used in Chemical Processes
  • Feed-Forward & Feedback Control and Regulation
  • Engineering Drawings for Construction and Operation; As-Builds, for a PHA (HAZOP, What-If, etc), 
  • Engineering drawings for Management of Change (MOC)

Day 5

  • Combination Feedback and Feed-Forward Control
  • Cascade Control Loop, Split Range Control Loop 
  • Energize & De-energize to Safe Loop philosophy
  • Exchanging Heat and Work between Process and Utility Streams
  • A Basic and More Sophisticated Control System for a Binary Distillation Column
  • Case Studies, The Cunene Reactor, and Boiler Three Element Controller Philosophy