Corporate & Individual Training

Due to the huge demand in the market, it is essential to have a skilled and experienced team to deliver quality solution on time.

We conduct training sessions for individuals and corporates to help build the skills required by the industry. We run classroom as well as online training sessions.

Key Benefits

  • Meticulously designed and planned course structure to maximize your efficiency
  • Expert trainers with more than 10 years of experience in Static Equipment Design
  • Online and Offline training available
  • Theory and practical training, get hands-on experience
  • Get to work on live projects, Study material, Mock-up test
  • Datasheet, Specification and MR preparation
  • Get certificates on completion
  • Resume preparation, Mock-up interviews, 100% Job assistance
  • Money refund policy if not satisfied

Courses offered

Static Equipment Design & PV-Elite

Topics Covered

Design Loads

Design pressure and temperature, Dead loads, Wind loads, earthquake loads, piping loads and combination of loads

Stress categories and limits

Types of stresses, General design criteria of ASME pressure Vessel code Section VIII Div 1

Material Selection

Types of material, Selection of materials for different application and forms, Carbon steel, Low alloy steels, NACE requirements

Overview of ASME Section VIII Div 1

UG-16, UG-20 to UG-23, UG-27 to UG-45, UG-80, UG-81, UG-99, UG-100, UW-3, UW-12, UCS-56 to UCS-68, Mandatory Appendix 1 & 2

5 Team work (Assignments)

Flange Design, Vessel Support Design, Wind and seismic design loads

Course Details

Duration

100 Hours, 5 weeks

Location

All over India

Course availability

Classroom and online training

ANSYS Workbench

Topics Covered

Evaluation of the candidate
Basics training as per evaluation result
Introduction to Workbench
Introduction to Design modeler
  1. Preparing 1 -D models ( Truss example)
  2. Preparing 2- D models (Pressure Vessel example)
  3. Preparing 1-D combined with 2-D models( Ship Structures)
  4. Preparing 3-D models for Analysis Perspective.
Introduction to ANSYS Mechanical
  1. GUI & Project Schematic
  2. Engineering Data
  3. A simple Static analysis workflow
Introduction to Meshing
  1. Global meshing controls
  2. Local meshing controls
  3. Geometry decomposition and methods for Hex meshing
  4. Shell Meshing Concepts
  5. Mesh quality
Intro to Contacts
Coordinate systems
Loads & Boundary conditions
  1. Directional Loads
  2. Remote loads
Performing Linear Static Analysis using ANSYS Mechanical
  1. Self weight analysis of a huge machine structure
  2. Machine structures with Lumped mass loading - Mixing tank example/ TG decks
  3. Hydrostatic pressure application example - (Undersea structures/Equipments/Vessel with fluids)
Steady State Thermal Analysis - Thermal analysis Introduction
  1. Performing a steady state thermal analysis of a pump housing
  2. Performing a non-linear thermal steady state analysis
Introduction to Dynamics
  1. Free modal analysis
  2. Modal analysis
Load case combination
Detailed - Post processing
Discussion with respect to Applications
Practical

Course Details

Duration

60 Hours, 4 weeks

Location

All over India

Course availability

Classroom and online training

Piping Stress Analysis (CAESAR-II)

Topics Covered

Objectives of Piping Stress Analysis
Critical Line List & its criteria
Inputs required for Stress Analysis
Piping Support concepts
Pipe and Equipment Modeling in CAESAR-II
Building of Load Cases (HYD, OPE, SUS, EXP, OCC)
Static Analysis
Checking of Stresses, Support loads, Displacements & Nozzle loads etc.
Preparation of Stress report
Expansion loop requirements
Practical
Miscellaneous Calculations like Flange leakage, Trunnion check, PSV Reaction force
Modal Analysis (Dynamic)

Course Details

Duration

100 Hours, 5 weeks

Location

All over India

Course availability

Classroom and online training

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