Chemical Oil Gas A Beginners Guide to PID Development

Reflecting Operability, Reliability, Safety aspects of Piping, Instrument, Process, Mechanical & Rotating engineering
Chemical Oil Gas A Beginners Guide to PID Development
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Chemical Oil Gas A Beginners Guide to PID Development

What you’ll learn

Various aspects that go into the P&ID creation
How to interpret a P&ID
How to prepare a P&ID
How to read a P&ID

Chemical Oil Gas A Beginners Guide to PID Development


Some exposure to a process plant through study, work etc.
Those who handle or are exposed to P&ID


This course aims to provide the students the skill to prepare, interpret and read P&ID’s. The course starts with a comprehensive introduction to the Piping and Instrumentation Drawing (P&ID) is delivered. As a second step the principles that drive the P&ID development is described with real P&ID examples. The course is replete with examples of real industrial setting P&ID’s.After going through the principles of P&ID, the steps for P&ID development is introduced These steps are easy and simple ones that can be interchangeably applied. Next the legend P&ID is described in detail. With this you can easily read the P&ID. However, to develop a reviewer’s awareness some detailed inputs on valve, Pipes, control systems and equipment templates is provided.At the end of this course, you will not be an expert but you will know enough to start the journey of reading, understanding, interpreting P&ID’s and begin developing simple P&ID’s.Always remember a well developed P&ID is NOT a single person’s effort, but is the culmination of efforts of several engineering specialists, vendors, operators. After many different revisions and reviews the P&ID’s are good for Construction.So, Good Luck and Hope you enjoy the journey!Course ContentsIntroductionPrinciples of P&ID DevelopmentP&ID TypesLegend P&IDGeneral Rules of P&ID DevelopmentSteps in P&ID DevelopmentValvesPipesControl SystemEquipment Templates


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 What is covered in this section

Lecture 2 Introduction

Lecture 3 Introduction to a Real Offsite Storage Tank P&ID

Lecture 4 Depiction of P&ID use though a Real P&ID

Section 2: Principles of P&ID Development

Lecture 5 What will be covered in this section

Lecture 6 PFD of Gas Sweetening System Absorber

Lecture 7 Principles of P&ID Development – Safety

Lecture 8 Principles of P&ID Development – Operability

Lecture 9 Principles of P&ID Development- Reliability

Lecture 10 Principles of P&ID Development- Maintainablity

Lecture 11 P&ID Stakeholders

Lecture 12 Hierarchy of Rules

Lecture 13 Plant Operation Monitoring

Section 3: P&ID Types

Lecture 14 What is Covered

Lecture 15 P&ID Types

Lecture 16 Process & Utility P&ID with Real P&ID Example

Lecture 17 Utility Distribution P&ID with Real P&ID Example

Lecture 18 Interconnection P&ID with Real P&ID Example

Lecture 19 Tie-in P&ID with Real P&ID Example

Lecture 20 Demolition P&ID with Real P&ID Example

Lecture 21 Auxiliary P&ID with Real P&ID Example

Section 4: Legend P&ID

Lecture 22 Types of Legend P&ID

Lecture 23 Piping Components- Valves

Lecture 24 Piping Symbols – 1

Lecture 25 Piping Symbols – 2

Lecture 26 Instrument Legend

Lecture 27 Role of instruments

Lecture 28 Instrument identification-1

Lecture 29 Example of Instrument Identification

Lecture 30 Real life comparison to P&ID tagging

Lecture 31 Example of Instrument Identification

Lecture 32 Instrument Identification-2

Lecture 33 Instrument Identification-3

Lecture 34 Instrument Identification-4

Lecture 35 Instrument Identification-5

Lecture 36 Instrument Tagging

Lecture 37 Instrument Connections

Lecture 38 P&ID of Gas Sweetening System Absorber

Lecture 39 Computing function Identification

Lecture 40 Instrument Line Identification

Lecture 41 Indicate Primary Flow Elements in P&ID

Lecture 42 Control Valves

Lecture 43 Self actuated devices

Lecture 44 Valve Failure Condition in P&ID

Lecture 45 Control Loop indication on P&ID

Section 5: General Rules for P&ID Development

Lecture 46 General Items

Lecture 47 Piping and Instrumentation Drawing – Equipment Rules

Lecture 48 Layout of P&ID

Lecture 49 Piping and Instrumentation Drawing – Piping Rules

Lecture 50 Piping and Instrumentation Drawing – Instrumentation Rules

Lecture 51 Example of

Section 6: Steps in P&ID Development

Lecture 52 Steps in P&ID Development

Lecture 53 Example with Real P&ID’s for the application of the Stpes in P&ID Development

Lecture 54 Step 2

Lecture 55 Step 3

Lecture 56 Step 4

Lecture 57 Step 5

Lecture 58 Step 6

Lecture 59 Step 7

Lecture 60 Step 8

Lecture 61 Step 12

Lecture 62 Step 10

Section 7: Valves

Lecture 63 What is a Valve and its uses

Lecture 64 Example – Valve uses demonstrated through P&ID

Lecture 65 Valving Arrangement – Where it’s used

Lecture 66 Standard Isolation

Lecture 67 Positive Isolation

Lecture 68 Isolation Philosophy

Lecture 69 Battery Limit Valves

Lecture 70 Purpose of Valves

Lecture 71 Gate Valve

Lecture 72 Advantage of Gate Valve

Lecture 73 Gate Valve Application

Lecture 74 Gate Valve Classification

Lecture 75 Body Bonnet GATE valve

Lecture 76 Rising stem gate valve

Lecture 77 Globe valve

Lecture 78 Ball valve

Lecture 79 Check Valve

Lecture 80 Valve Selection – 1

Lecture 81 Valve Selection- 2

Lecture 82 Motor Operated Valves

Lecture 83 Remote operated / Shutdown Valves

Lecture 84 How are sampling systems shown on P&ID?

Lecture 85 Protective Preheating of Pipelines

Lecture 86 Utility tie in on P&ID

Section 8: Pipes

Lecture 87 Fluid Transfer equipment

Lecture 88 Pipe

Lecture 89 Pipe Symbology

Lecture 90 Pipe identifiers

Lecture 91 Pipe Tags/ Line Numbers – 1

Lecture 92 Pipe Tags/ Line Numbers – 2

Lecture 93 Pipe Tags/ Line Numbers – 3

Lecture 94 Piping Interface

Lecture 95 Piping Specification Break

Section 9: Process Control

Lecture 96 Introduction to Process Control

Lecture 97 What does a control system do?

Lecture 98 Process Variable

Lecture 99 Heat Exchanger Temperature Control

Lecture 100 Example – Process Variable

Lecture 101 Feedback Vs Feedforward Control – 1

Lecture 102 Feedback Vs Feedforward Control – 2

Lecture 103 Control Loop Components

Section 10: Equipment – Vessel, Column, Exchanger

Lecture 104 Vertical Vessel P&ID Template

Lecture 105 Exchanger P&ID Template

Lecture 106 Distillation Column Template

Lecture 107 Vertical Reboiler Template

Lecture 108 Centrifugal Pump Template

Lecture 109 Centrifugal Compressor Template

Aspiring and current quality, piping, instrument, mechanical designers and engineers,Aspiring and current operating plant operators, maintenance technicians, safety staff, engineers,Those who aspire to or currently participate in HAZOP studies, risk studies,Those who are associated with building a process plant

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