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Power and Process Piping - Practical Definitions

Jurandir Primo, PE

The subject of this course, ASME-Power and Process Piping - Practical Definitions, is to show the fundamentals of general application of piping, pipelines and accessories with practical information and comprehensive concepts for students, technicians, inspectors, engineers, contractors and all interested professionals, working or not with Design Codes. This course was didactically transformed in a language, next to users, to facilitate the whole comprehension of the design fundamentals of pipelines, manufacturing, materials, field application, inspection and tests, properly distributed in 67 pages.

The subject of basic course is to show a timely resume with practical and comprehensive information for general piping application. The recommendations are based on industry reliable practices and have to be used as guidelines. A qualified engineer in a Plant Process or Piping should be always consulted to give satisfactory solutions for piping, pipelines, valves, pressure vessels, atmospheric tanks, pumps and so on, under ASME, ANSI, MSS SP, API and other codes. The author cannot assume any role or responsibility for improper use of tables and formulas.

This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.

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