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COURSE INFORMATION

Fundamentals of Fluid Flow in Piping
Type:
Training Course

Length:
1 Days
CEU:
0.8
PDH:
8

Fee:
$995 CAD


Upcoming Sessions
Location:
Online - Live Training

Date:
Wednesday, November 20, 2024
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Course Description
Fluid flow is an important part of many industrial processes. This course covers fundamental approaches to fluid flow calculations with emphasis on fluid flow in single phase piping systems. It offers a clear explanation of the fundamentals and then links them to design of the system.

This course discusses considerations involved in flow of fluids through pipes and fittings. Calculation methods for determining pressure drops for single phase liquid and gas flow will be discussed in details with examples and practical exercise.

The course is designed for a wide range of audiences, is fully interactive and utilizes fundamental technical exercises and terminology to learn key points. Useful and handy reference charts, rule of thumb, diagrams and tables are included with course material.

A complete set of course materials is included in the Fundamentals of Fluid Flow in Piping course.

Who Should Attend
The Fundamentals of Fluid Flow in Piping course is designed for anyone needing a clear understanding of fluid flow principles and calculation methods. This course is intended for process, mechanical, piping, facilities and industrial engineers, as well as anyone who works fluid flow, piping and piping system.

The following topics are covered in the Fundamentals of Fluid Flow in Piping course:

1. General fluid flow theory
2. Physical properties of fluid
3. Flow characteristic in pipe
  • Reynolds number
  • Straight line pressure drop
  • Effect of Valve, fitting on pressure drop
  • Enlargements and contraction pipe line pressure drop
  • Combining and dividing of streams
  • Typical pressure drop data of Instruments, piping components and equipment
4. Single phase flow pressure drop calculation equations & methods
5. Guidelines for practical line sizing
6. Integrated pressure drop calculations for piping system
7. Limitation of line sizing
8. Economical / Optimum Line sizing
9. Short-cut calculations
10. Piping sizing excel spreadsheet (will be provided to the participants)

M. Arshadul Huda, M.Eng, P.Eng, C.Eng, MIChemE
Mr. M. Arshadul Huda earned his Master of Engineering in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering from University of Calgary, Canada. Mr. Huda is a licensed Professional Engineer in Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. He is also a member of Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) and holds Chartered Engineer (C.Eng) status. Currently, he is working as Principal Process Engineer in an EPC company here in Calgary.

He is a seasoned and highly motivated process engineer with 20+ years of varied industrial experience in process design, technical services, process simulation, process studies, front-end & detailed engineering, process optimization, project economics evaluation and project coordination in operating and EPC environment focusing in Oil and Gas Processing Plants, Pipelines and Petrochemicals projects. He possesses strong technical and supervisory skills, and substantial experience in process operations troubleshooting and technical support.

Arshad is also a part-time teaching instructor by passion and has been doing this for the last 25 years. He has extensive experience of teaching from high school students to industry professionals.

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