Principles in Plant Engineering and Design
All the disciplines involved in plant design are reviewed (6 m).
About this course
This is a special course for students who are working and studying at the same time. It is a self paced course about Project Execution and all the engineering disciplines involved. The course is suitable for engineering or science graduates who wish to become familiar with the engineering principles involved in the design of process plants.
This course is proving popular within process industry companies wishing to introduce graduates to all aspects of process plant design. The work load is lower to accommodate the work/learn situation of the student. The student is expected to work at the material one hour per day, 5 days a week. There is a Course Tutor available to facilitate online discussion and to assess the final project.
What you'll learn
- Weeks 1-2: Project Management & Principles of Execution
- Weeks 3-4: Process engineering
- Weeks 5-6: Equipment
- Weeks 7-8: Piping technology
- Weeks 9-10: Instrumentation (part I)
- Weeks 11-12: Instrumentation (part II)
- Weeks 13-14: Electrical engineering
- Weeks 15-16: Civil engineering
- Weeks 17-18: Engineering documents and project phases
- Weeks 19-20: Piping routing, operation and maintenance
- Weeks 21-25: Final Project
Meet the instructors
- University degree, preferably (but not exclusively) in engineering/science.
- Or be at least 25 years old and prove at least three years of experience in the field of the Diploma.
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