Complying with standards to maintain reliability, prevent deterioration, control costs, and keep working environments safe is critical to any company. Engineers who enable this work environment are an invaluable asset to any company. But, what many engineers have discovered is reliance on software alone is not the answer. That’s where your knowledge of ASME’s B31.3 code and how to apply it are crucial.
Over-reliance on software without a fundamental understanding of the underlying principles of engineering and how to apply them has become a common industry issue—one with potentially disastrous effects. If you’re using software to design a piping system, but don’t model and input the data correctly in the computer, the software may not know there’s a problem.
ASME’s Practical Piping Design provides you with a thorough knowledge of the industry process piping standard, ASME’s B31.3 code, and how to apply it. With this training, you won’t have to rely on software to do the thinking for you.
By completing Practical Piping Design eLearning path, you will learn how to:
This provides you with real-life workplace situations, so you’ll be better able to integrate what you’ve learned.
The course developer doesn’t just know B31.3. He has 40+ years of industry experience working in petrochemical, chemical, power generation, and industrial facilities.
ASME has been defining piping safety since 1922 through publication of the B31.3 Process Piping Code. We are a widely known and respected organization dedicated to fostering innovation in the engineering community.
Loads, Design Criteria, and Hoop Stress
This course was designed for:
Jim E. Meyer, P.E., has more than 40 years of experience in refining petrochemical, chemical, power generation, and industrial facilities. He is a member of ASME and has been involved in the ASME B31.1 and ASME B31.3 section committees for over 35 years. Mr. Meyer is currently chair of the ASME B31.3 Process Piping Section Committee, chair of the ASME B31 Standards Committee, and serves on the ASME Board on Pressure Technology Codes and Standards.
Since its inception, ASME has been working with experts to drive safety while supporting the advancements of new technologies. As you’ll see, we’ve taken all this experience and expertise and applied it to our ASME Learning & Development courses.
Our unique course approach maximizes your learning experience. And because classes are on-demand, they’re available the very day you want to start. Then you decide – finish the course in one day or 90!
Interactive tools facilitate high integration of theory and application – the result helps you save time, money and increase manufacturing consistency.
Because we're ASME, we have broad access to world-renowned experts in a wide range of fields, covering topics that are most applicable to the latest innovative technologies. We combine technical expertise and our adult learning skill into a superior learning experience.
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