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Process Engineering Design Courses


CHEMSYS offers a complete process design training course in India ,Saudi Arabia and USA.  Our topics cover all the unit operation a professional would encounter in everyday life in the process industry. In India our offices located at Pune, Chennai and Mumbai.


Our target audience is:

a.      Chemical Engineers working in non core industries and wish to pursue a career in process engineering in Oil and Gas, Petrochemical and Refinery

b.      Chemical Engineers working in operations as well as other non-core functions, but intending to pursue a career in process engineering.

c.      Chemical Engineering Students aspiring for employment in EPC industry


Course Profile:

The Process Design Training Course, though an integral one, is split into the following modules.   CHEMSYS offers the option to choose the module.  This is done to benefit trainees who have difficulty in getting time to undergo the full course as well as professionals intending to improve their skills in only one particular area.
 

a.     Process Plant Design Course Module - Advanced

b.     Process Plant Design  Course  Module - Basic

b.     Process Equipment  Design Course  Module

c.     Aspen HYSYS Simulation Training Module

d.     Aspen Plus Simulation Training Module

e.     Heat Exchanger Design & Rating Training
 

a.    Process Plant Design Module - Advanced : 

The foundation module, as the name implies, lays the foundation for process design.  It gives an overview of the industry and clarifies the roles and responsibilities of a process engineers in a dynamic real life situation in the industry.  It also lists the process deliverables and trains you regarding the methodology The following topics are covered here:

CPE 001:  PROCESS PLANT DESIGN -Advanced              DURATION: 100 HRS          

1

Overview

1.1

Outline of chemical engineering

1.2

General information about courses

1.3

Process Engineering Design Scope

1.4

Role of Process Design Engineer

2

Specific Project Details

2.1

Design Basis of selected project

2.2

Specifications for selected project

2.3

Standards used for selected project

3

Feasibility Studies

3.1

Technical and Economic Feasibility of General & Specific project

4

Preparation of Process Flow Diagram

4.1

General PFD explanation

4.2

Drawing template of PFD

4.3

 PFD for specific project

5

Heat and Mass Balance Calculation

5.1

General calculations with example

5.2

HMBT calculation for specific project

6

Process Design and Simulation

6.1

Introduction to HYSYS Software

6.2

HYSYS User Interface

6.3

HYSYS Simulation Tutorial 1

6.4

HYSYS Simulation Tutorial 2

6.5

HYSYS Simulation Tutorial 3

6.6

HYSYS Simulation for Specific Project

6.7

Detailed HMB reports through HYSYS simulation

7

Equipment Design Calculation

7.1

Equipment used in process plants

7.2

Specification and codes & standards

7.3

Design of Storage Tank

7.3.1

Horizontal

7.3.2

Vertical

7.4

Design of Separators

7.4.1

2 ph separators

7.4.2

3 ph separators

7.4.3

Free Water Knock Out Drum (FWKO)

7.4.4

Slug Catchers

7.5

Design of Pump

7.5.1

Centrifugal Pump

7.5.2

Gear Pump

7.5.3

Positive Displacement Pump

7.6

Design of Reactors

7.7

Design of Desalter

7.8

Design of Emulsion  Treater

7.9

Design of Indirect Fired Heater

7.1

Design of Heat Exchanger

7.11

Design of Columns and Towers

7.11.1

Distillation Column Tray/Packed

7.11.2

Contactor (Absorber) Tray / Packed

7.11.3

Molecular sieves(Adsorbers)

8

Design of specific project equipments & preparation of datasheet

9

Piping & Instrumentation Diagram Preparation

9.1

Introduction of P&ID

9.2

Legends and symbols

9.3

Instrument arrangements

9.4

General Example of P&ID

9.5

Specific project P&ID

10

Utility Calculations

11

Hydraulic Calculations

11.1

Line sizing criteria

11.2

Single phase line size

11.3

2 phase line size (liquid & Gas)

12

Safety Valve  calculations

12.1

For liquid at various Scenario

12.2

For gas/vapor/steam at various condition/scenarios

13

Control Valve Sizing

14

3D Plant & Equipment Modeling - introduction

15

Plot plan & layout

16

Nozzle Elevation and Orientations

17

General Arrangement Drawing

18

Cost Estimation and Economics

 

 

b    Process Plant Design Module - Basic : 

As name suggest this modules is shorter version of advanced modules in which emphasys on PFD, P&ID , siumaltion and equipment design is given.

CPE 002: PROCESS PLANT DESIGN - Basic               DURATION: 50 HRS          

1

Overview

2

Specific Project Details - Distillation column unit

3

Feasibility Studies - Introduction

4

Preparation of Process Flow Diagram

5

Heat and Mass Balance Calculation

6

Process Design and Simulation

6.1

Introduction to HYSYS Software

6.2

HYSYS User Interface

6.3

HYSYS Simulation Tutorial 1

6.4

HYSYS Simulation Tutorial 2

7

Equipment Design Calculation

7.1

Equipment used in process plants

7.2

Specification and codes & standards

7.3

Design of Heat Exchanger

7.4

Design of Columns and Towers

8

Piping & Instrumentation Diagram Preparation - Basic

9

Plot plan & layout

10

Nozzle Elevation and Orientations

11

Cost Estimation and Economics


C.    Process Equipment Design Module : 

The Detailed Process Design Module helps you to understand the basic concept and criteria for the design of process equipment.  We deal with design in a practical way referring the relevant codes and standards wherever required.  You get a chance to work on live projects as well.  At the end of this module you will design all the equipment in the project you are associated with. This module covers:

CPE 003: PROCESS EQUIPMENT DESIGN                       DURATION: 40 HRS  

1.1

Equipment used in process plants

1.2

Specification and codes & standards

1.3

Design of Storage Tank

1.3.1

Horizontal

1.3.2

Vertical

7.4

Design of Separators

1.4.1

2 ph separators

1.4.2

3 ph separators

1.4.3

Free Water Knock Out Drum (FWKO)

1.4.4

Slug Catchers

1.5

Design of Pump

1.5.1

Centrifugal Pump

1.5.2

Gear Pump

1.5.3

Positive Displacement Pump

1.6

Design of Reactors

1.1

Design of Desalter

1.8

Design of Emulsion  Treater

1.9

Design of Indirect Fired Heater

1.10

Design of Heat Exchanger

1.11

Design of Columns and Towers

1.11.1

Distillation Column Tray/Packed

1.11.2

Contactor (Absorber) Tray / Packed

1.11.3

Molecular sieves(Adsorbers)


d.    Aspep HYSYS Simulation Module : 

Simulation is the tool every process engineer should be conversant with.  CHEMSYS provides the necessary training for you to understand the simulation tool and help you to gain confidence to use it yourself.  You can spent sufficient time learning and practicing the tool with guidance from CHEMSYS.  Here again, you work on a live project.   The topics covered in this module are:

CPE 004: ASPEN HYSYS SIMULATION                                  DURATION: 30 HRS  

1.1

Introduction to HYSYS Software

1.2

HYSYS User Interface

1.3

Defining the Simulation Basis.

1.4

Selecting a Unit Set.

1.5

Adding a Stream

1.6

Flash Calculations

1.7

Adding Utilities

1.8

The Stream Property Value

1.9

Flash Calculations of a Ethanol-Water Mixture

1.10

Gas-Plant Example

1.11

Optimization in HYSYS

1.12

Set and Adjust Logic Operations

1.13

Flash Calculation

1.14

PFD Preparation

1.15

Sizing of Columns.

1.16

Oil Manager / Characterization

1.17

Pipe Sizing and Pressure Drop in HYSYS

1.18

Simulation of live Project


e.    Aspen Plus Simulation (30 hrs):

1.1

Introduction to ASPEN PLUS Software

1.2

ASPEN PLUS User Interface

1.3

Property / Simulation Environment

1.4

Unit operaton Models

1.5

Modelling of distilation tower

1.6

Modelling Reactors

1.7

Selecting physical property models

1.8

Flowsheet Results

1.9

Modeling of heat exchnagers

1.10

Modelling of pump,compressor , pipes

1.11

Calculation blocks

1.12

IMproving computation Performance



f.    Heat Exchanger Design & Rating(20 hrs) :

1.1

Introduction to ASPEN EDR Software

1.2

Types of Heat Exchangers

1.4

TEMA Types and Selection procedures

1.5

Heat exchamger specifiction

1.6

Shell and Tube dimensional standard

1.7

Optimization heat exchanger area

1.8

Report generation and TEMA sheet

1.9

Linking output to other software



Training Mode: 

Classroom Training :Classroom Training Technology is advancing at a breakneck pace in today's society, and learning to use technology effectively is becoming more and more important.

Online Training :In today's economy it became essential to take advantage of new and cost effective technologies to educate workforce.

Distance Learning : Distance learning is the process of transferring knowledge to learners(students) who are separated from the instructor(teacher) by time and/or physical distance .


Training Schedule:

Weekday's:

Morning: 9.30  AM to 12.30 AM (Mon to Fri)

Evening: 5.00 PM to9.00 PM (Mon to Fri)

Weekend's:

Regular: 10 AM to 4 PM ( Sat. & Sun.) 

Note that above timing are fexible for those who unable to attend the session on time.