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Piping and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs)

Course information

Target group:

All relevant personnel

Description:

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an overview of Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams

 

Learning Objectives

Section One: Introduction

Identify the three main drawing types used by process operations personnel in the Oil and Gas Industry

Explain why drawings use standardised codes and symbols

Identify the purpose of symbols

Identify the purpose of codes

Describe standards with regard to codes and symbols

Explain why Legend Sheets are required

 

Section Two: Process Flow Schemes 

Identify when a Process Flow Scheme would be required

Illustrate an example of a Process Flow Scheme

Illustrate the design and creation of a typical Process Flow Scheme

 

Section Three: Process Flow Diagrams 

Identify when a Process Flow Diagram would be required

Illustrate an example of a Process Flow Diagram

Illustrate the design and creation of a typical Process Flow Diagram

 

Section Four: Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams 

Identify when a Piping and Instrumentation Diagram would be required

Identify the specific sections of the P and ID’s 

Identify the drawing history

Identify the drawing number and title

Illustrate the design and creation of a typical P and ID

 

Section Five: Reading Process Diagrams

Identify the different process by line recognition

Recognise Equipment numbering

Recognise abbreviations

 

Section Six: Process Systems

Identify line symbols

Identify valve symbols

Identify general piping symbols

Identify pumps and other equipment

Identify fire protection systems

 

Section Seven: Instrumentation Systems

Describe the instrumentation symbols

Define Level control

Define Pressure control

Define Flow control

Define Temperature control

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