Short Course

ASME B 31.3: The Process Plant Piping Code

Overview

This course provides a comprehensive overview of ASME B 31.3 and the minimum requirements of this internationally recognised standard. Delivered over three days, participants explore the requirements for design basis and calculations, material selection, Fabrication-Assembly-Erection and Testing-Inspection, along with other supplementary requirements for safe, sustainable and reliable design in Process Piping.

Duration

3 Days

Location

Delivered at one of Competency Training’s national training centres, or at a client’s facility.

Price

$2,937 GST inclusive

Dates

Contact us for on-site bookings.

Course Outline

This course provides a comprehensive overview of ASME B 31.3 and the minimum requirements of this internationally recognised standard. Delivered over three days, participants explore the requirements for design basis and calculations, material selection, Fabrication-Assembly-Erection and Testing-Inspection, along with other supplementary requirements for safe, sustainable and reliable design in Process Piping.
On completion of this course, participants can expect to:

  • Have a comprehensive understanding of ASME B 31.3 scope, content/coverage, exclusions and designer’s responsibilities
  • Identify and apply critical design parameters
  • Classify the fluid service and apply the minimum design requirements for each
  • Perform the principle design calculations including: wall thickness, flange rating, branch calculation, mitres, blank thickness and other necessary calculations for pressure piping in a process plant
  • Achieve a professional view of minimum requirements for material selection (from a mechanical point of view)
  • Understand the fundamentals of flexibility and stress analysis
  • Identify the minimum requirements for fabrication, assembly and erection of piping systems
  • Identify the minimum requirements for examination, inspection and testing of piping systems
ASME B 31.3: The Process Plant Piping Code

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This is an advanced course, intended for electrical workers, technicians, engineers and senior engineers involved in the classification of potentially explosive atmospheres and the planning and design of electrical systems and installations in or associated with hazardous areas.

Course Pathway Options

ASME B 31.3 is delivered in a classroom setting – either as a public session, delivered at one of our training facilities, or on-site at a location of your choosing.  Material can be tailored to specifically address your organisation’s requirements. Please contact us for more information and pricing on this option.

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There is more than enough in the course content to make sure we walk away

Stuart Grant
(Cert IV Instrumentation Student)

There is more than enough in the course content to make sure we walk away

Stuart Grant
(Cert IV Instrumentation Student)

There is more than enough in the course content to make sure we walk away

Stuart Grant
(Cert IV Instrumentation Student)

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