ASME B31.3 - Process Piping Code Design Requirements
DAY 1 - Introduction
- Objectives and Intent of ASME B 31.3 Code
- ASME B 31.3 Scope and Applicability
- Understanding of the Codes, what means SHALL, SHOULD & MAY in Code
- Code contents, Stated & implied stipulations in the Code
- What are design conditions, design pressure & design temperature
- What are various fluid services generally encountered
- Definitions of Category D, M, U, Normal, and High-Pressure Services
- Concept of Weld Strength reduction factor
- Weld Quality factor
- Allowable stresses and the basis for its calculations
- Design of piping components for internal pressure
- Design of piping components for External pressures.
- Design of branch connections –reinforcements
- Selection of Flanges
- Design of pipe fittings such as elbows, tees, and blanks
- Service Considerations in Design
- Flexibility considerations
- Case studies in flexibility calculations
- Methods to incorporate flexibility in Piping Systems
- U - loops, Expansion Joints
- Extensive case studies on Piping Design
- Piping Span Calculations
- Selection of Supports and Hangers
- Material Identification, Certification, and Traceability
- Code-accepted Materials and material testing
- Listed, unlisted materials
- General requirements to be checked before selection of Material
- Limitations imposed by code on materials
- Impact testing requirements
- Acceptance Criteria as per ASME B 31.3
- Design interface with Fabrication, Assembly, and Erection
- Code requirement for preheating and PWHT
- Design interface with Inspection, Examination, and Testing
- How to Conduct and certify pressure testing.
- Hydrostatic testing of the piping system
- Pneumatic testing of the piping system
- Service leak test
- NDT in lieu of leak test
- Case studies
- Additional Code requirements for special fluids services
- Specific Design Requirements for Toxic Fluid (M Category) Services
- Design Requirements for High-Pressure Fluid Services
- Design Requirements for High Purity (U category) Fluid Services
- Design Requirements for High Pressure ( Category K) Fluid services
- Overview of flanges as per ASME B 16.5
- Piping integrity assessments as per API 570
- Making run-repair-replace decisions.
- Calculation of Remaining life and MAWP of piping system
- Real-world examples and case studies
What is ASME B31.3 training course objective?
- Familiarize participants with the organization and intent of the B 31.3 code
- Know how to read the code, and interpret its stated and implied requirements
- What issues to take into consideration when designing process piping
- Pressure design of piping and piping components
- How to analyze piping flexibility and gauge the limitations of piping and piping components
- Provide participants step-by-step approach to piping design, including the design optimization techniques.
- Introduce participants to various material selection, fabrication, erection, and testing of piping systems.
- Be able to understand the mandatory requirements, specific prohibitions, and optional stipulations given in the code and other service restrictions on piping systems.
- How to conduct and certify the pressure testing.
- Understand principles of piping integrity assessments as per API 570 and make run-repair-replace decisions.
- Know how to calculate the Remaining life and MAWP of the piping system
Who should join ASME B31.3 training course by PetroSync?
Mandar Mulay has about 20 years hands on experience in design and integrity assessment of Piping Systems, Reactors & Storage Tanks, Pressure Vessels, Power Boiler, and Heat Exchanger. He is well conversant with the major industry codes & standards such as ASME Sec. I, ASME B 31.1, B31.3 , B31.4 and B31.8, ASME Sec VIII, BS-5500, TEMA, API -650, IS 803, API 579, ASME PCC-2 etc.
Major projects closely associated with, in his professional career so far are, Qatar Chemicals, Shell, Castrol India, Reliance Industries, Cargill Foods USA, etc. His proficiency in Power Boiler, Piping and Pressure Vessel Codes enables him to trace the similarities and differences of these codes. He also actively involved as Instructor for programs on the subjects of ASME codes, Integrity Assessment, Fitness for Service, etc.
Along with his career in Engineering and Design Department in a multinational company at a very senior post for the last 20 years, he is also visiting faculty to a well known Engineering College in India for their P.G. Courses in Piping Design and Engineering
Apart from being visiting faculty, He has also conducted several Training Courses ( ASME Sec. I, ASME Sec. VIII, ASME B 31.3 Piping Codes , API 579 FFS code, ASME PCC-2 Repair practices, and Heat Exchanger Design Operations & Maintenance ) in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain and UAE for engineers from companies like Saudi Aramco, SABIC group of Companies, Qatar Petroleum, ADNOC, BAPCO, DEWA, Gulf Petrochemicals etc. He has already conducted many times the training courses in API 579, where the participants rated him “Excellent” for these courses.
|Code||Start Date||End Date||Locations||Cost||Instructor||Register|
|PST0270-202301||15 May, 2023||19 May, 2023||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||USD 2850||Mandar Mulay|
|PST0270-202302||24 Jul, 2023||28 Jul, 2023||Jakarta, Indonesia||USD 3150||Mandar Mulay|
|PST0270-202303||30 Oct, 2023||03 Nov, 2023||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||USD 3150||Mandar Mulay||Register|
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