BENEFIT OF TRAINING:
1. Model any type of pressure vessel with their components
2. Design and analyze pressure vessels and heat exchangers.
3. Understand the basic codes and materials for the design of pressure vessels
4. Ascertain if the designed pressure vessels will fail or pass
5. Know the requirements and recommendations for a successful design and construction of pressure vessels
6. Interpret the results generated by the PV Elite software.
• Training Schedule: By Request/In Session
• Training Method: Classroom/Virtual
• Duration: 5 Days
COURSE OVERVIEW: –
The PV-Elite training course is a 5-days training course which aims to achieve the following goals:
1. Provide a detailed overview of the features and capabilities of PV-Elite software.
2. Explain in detail how PV-Elite works and how the user can assess a pressure vessel for conformance to the appropriate code rules.
COURSE OUTLINE: –
1. Introduction and fundamentals of PV
2. Typical components of PV
3. Classifications of PV.
4. Uses of PV
5. Reasons for failures in PV
6. Codes and material selections, Design of shell, head, flanges, supports, and nozzles of a typical PV
7. Wind and seismic design load
8. Stresses in PV
9. Pressure vessel supports
10. Pressure vessel calculations
11. PV Data sheets
12. PV Elite philosophy and interphase
13. Basic requirements in performing the Design and analysis of PV Elite
14. Modelling and design/analysis of PV with some practical examples such as Depropanizer overhead condenser and Depropanizer reflux
BENEFIT OF TRAINING:
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