• Project management concepts

  • Planning the project

  • Monitoring and controlling the management

  • Project planning and management basics

  • project management Components

  • Scheduling the project

  • Creating the new project

  • Projects code

  • Activity reprts

  • Schedule reports

  • Graphical and tabular reports

  • Project reports

  • Creating activity ID's

  • Creating new layouts

  • Assigning tasks

  • Successors and predecessors

  • Scheduling the project

  • Creating work breakdown structures WBS

  • Assigning the logical relationships

  • Grouping the activities as per requirements

  • Sorting the activities as per requirements

  • Resources and their roles

  • Assigning the resources to the activities

  • Working with cost accounts

  • Customizing the layouts

  • Formatting the columns

  • Types of reports

  • Resource and cost tabular reports

  • Resource leveling and its importance

  • Project updating during execution

  • Tracking the project

  • Importing the project

  • Exporting the project

  • Printing layout documents

  • Introduction of piping QA/QC

  • International codes and standards

  • Concept involved in piping design

  • Procedure and classification of pipes and equipment

  • Isometric diagram ,PFD,P & ID

  • Classification of flanges and valves

  • Duties of welding QC-piping

  • Quality procedure and documentation

  • Piping test procedure (hydro test) and inspection

  • Brief explanation of document compiling

  • Piping Engineering is a specialized discipline of Mechanical Engineering which covers the design of piping and layout of equipments and process units in chemical, petrochemical or hydrocarbon facilities. Piping Engineers are responsible for the layout of overall plant facilities, the location of equipments and process units in the plot and the design of the connected piping as per the applicable codes and standards to ensure safe operation of the facilities for the design life.
  • Piping can be defined as an assembly of piping components used to convey or distribute process fluid from one item of equipment to another in a process plant. The piping components that form a part of this assembly are pipes, fittings, flanges, valves, piping specials, bolts and gaskets. This definition also includes pipe-supporting elements such as pipe shoes but does not include support structures such as pipe racks, pipe sleepers and foundations. As per ASME B31.3, the piping designer is responsible to the owner for assurance that the engineering design of the piping complies with the requirements of this code and any additonal requirements established by the owner. Piping Engineering is a very important aspect of plant facility design and extends way beyond designing piping as per ASME Codes. There are various ASME codes used for piping. Most of the plant facilities in the petrochemical and hydrocarbon industry will use ASME B31.3 code for design of process piping.
  • Introduction of piping
  • Piping components
  • Piping material
  • Piping codes and standards
  • Manufacturing of pipe
  • Selection and application of flanges and valves
  • Piping layout - PFD and P & ID
  • Piping support
  • Insulation of piping
  • Pressure and leak testing of piping
    What does the ASME B31.3 Piping Code cover
  • It may be noted that ASME B31.3 code is not a design handbook. The code does not serve as a substitute for sound engineering judgements by the owner and designer. Many decisions that must be made to produce a sound piping installation are not specified in detail within the code. The introduction section of the code clarifies this aspect of ASME B31.3 code.
  • ASME 31.3 provides ample guidance and set of rules on the following aspects of piping design:
  • * References to applicable material specifications and component standards, including dimensional requirements and pressure-temperature ratings.
  • * Requirements for design of component and assemblies including pipe supports.
  • * Requirements and data for evaluation and limitation of stresses, reactions associated with pressure, temperature changes and other forces.
  • * Guidance and limitations on selection and application of materials, components and joining methods.
  • * Requirements for the fabrication, assembly and erection of piping.
  • * Requirements for examination, inspection and testing of piping.
    Piping Engineering and Design Competencies
  • Piping Engineering broadly involves the following competencies:
  • * Plant Layout
  • * Equipment Layout
  • * Piping Layout
  • * Piping Materials
  • * Piping Supports
  • * Piping Stress Analysis
  • * CAD or 3D Modeling
    Typical Piping Engineering Organization set-up
  • In many engineering organizations a piping discipline is organized into two groups, namely piping engineering and piping design. The engineering group is mainly involved with piping material specifications, pipng materials and stress analysis whereas the design group is involved with plant layout, equipment layout and piping layout. The lead piping engineer on the project assumes full responsibility for piping engineering and design on the project. The lead designer who is responsible for plant, equipment and piping layout reports to the lead piping engineer. This organizational set-up works successfully in most organizations because it eliminates any conflicts through a single point responsibility, and ensures that a high level of coordination and interface is maintained between the engineering and design group.
  • * Piping Materials Engineering Group
  • * Piping Layout and Design Group
  • * Piping Stress Engineering Group
  • * Piping Support Engineering Group
    Responsibilities of Lead Piping Engineer
  • * Managing the piping engineering activities and deliverables on the project.
  • * Ensuring adherence to industry codes and standards as well as department work instructions, specifications, and standards for the assigned project.
  • * Participating in developing overall schedule for piping engineering as well as assessing the progress of the piping engineering effort and managing the budget.
  • * Coordinating the review of vendor drawings and data used for the project.
  • * Coordinating and interfacing with discipline lead engineers to ensure the smooth flow of all information on the project task force, and to ensure alignment with project requirements.
  • * Reviewing piping valves and speciality vendor drawings and data.
  • * Preparing piping construction scope of work.
  • * Participating in the development of P&ID's, package specifications, construction specifications, project schedules, project budgets and construction planning.
  • * Performing quality reviews like discipline and inter-discipline checks for detailed engineering documents and specifications.
  • * Planning and participating in any inspection/testing activities associated with their respective piping and equipment packages.
  • * Organizing and leading design, layout, constructability and 3D model reviews.
  • * Overseeing and assisting in the preparation of reports for feasibility studies.
  • * Supporting the Project Manager on piping technical and schedule issues related to the project.
    Responsibilities of Piping Stress and Support Engineer
  • * Prepare piping stress critical line list.
  • * Prepare project stress design criteria or basis.
  • * Peform piping stress analysis of piping systems using validated software and prepare stress analysis reports.
  • * Select the type of supports and support location and issue support loads to structural group.
  • * Prepare specifications and data sheets for stress specific special items such as spring supports, expansion joints and perform technical evaluation.
  • * Coordinate with other disciplines such as process group to confirm various operating scenarios to decide the stress load cases, two phase flows etc. or with structural group to confirm support locations and loads.
  • * Prepare stress isometrics mark-ups and issue the same to layout group. Ensure that the stress recommendations are incorporated in piping design by signing and stamping on stress critical isometrics.
    Responsibilities of Piping Material Engineer
  • * Prepare piping material classes.
  • * Prepare piping specifications including material procurement specification.
  • * Preparing piping speciality list and data sheets for special items.
  • * Preparing valves specifications and data sheets.
  • * Checking bill of material for correctness of descriptions.
  • * Prepare piping material enquiry requisitions.
  • * Prepare technical bid evaluation.
  • * Review of Vendor drawings.
  • * Prepare piping purchase requisitions.
    Piping Engineering Deliverables
  • The piping engineering disciplines is responsible for the following deliverables. Different organizations and different regions of the world may use alternate terminologies or prepare additional deliverables depending on the scale of the project which are inlcluded in the brackets:
  • * Plot Plans (Overall Plot Plan and Unit Plot Plans)
  • * Equipment Layouts
  • * Piping General Arrangement Drawings (Piping Plans or Piping GADs)
  • * Piping Section and Details (Usually included as part of Piping Plans)
  • * Conceptual Piping Layouts or Study Piping Layouts
  • * Piping Isometrics
  • * Line Designation Table (Line List or Line schedule)
  • * Tie-in Schedule (Tie-in Index)
  • * Nozzle Orientation Drawings
  • * Piping Demolition Drawings
  • * Pipe Support Details
  • * Material Take Off (Bill of Material or MTO in short)
  • * Piping Material Classes
  • * Piping Specifications
  • * Speciality Items List
  • * Data Sheets for Valves
  • * Data Sheets for Piping Specials
  • * Technical Bid Evaluation
  • * Piping Stress Analysis Report
  • * 3D Piping Model
  • Introduction
  • a. Creation Equipment
  • b. Standard Equipment
  • c. Editing Tools
  • Piping Section
  • a. Pipe Creation
  • b. Branch Explicit and Modify
  • c. Methods of Fire Extinquishment
  • Structural
  • a. Beam and Columns
  • b. Walls, Floor, Plants - Creation and Modifications
  • c. Hand Rail, Ladder and Stair Tower Creation
  • Final Class
  • a. Hangers and Supports
  • HVAC Creation and Modification
  • Cable Tray and Caballing System
  • Drafting and Reporting
  • Project
  • Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Electrical Design and Drafting
  • Plumbing Design and Drafting
  • Fire Fighting and Drafting
  • Revit MEP

    Basics of HVAC

  • Introduction , scope & use of air conditioning
  • Classification of air conditioning
  • Ventilation
  • Psychrometric chart & process
  • Survey of building
  • Load calculation - cooling & heat

    Duct Designing

  • Selection of indoor / outdoor units
  • Air terminal system
  • Air distribution system
  • Duct design calculation - using mc -quay + autocad

    Pipe Design

  • Chilled water schematic system
  • Chillers & valves
  • Chilled water pumps


  • Estimation of required materials
  • Bill of quantity
  • Duct quantity take off methods
  • Specification of hvac
  • Cooling towers & its types
  • Support & accessories in hvac
  • Static calculation
  • Testing & Commissioning


  • Autocad - 2D (duct & pipe desining)
  • Revit - 3D (duct & pipe desining)
  • Project

    1. General Concept

  • Electrical generation, Transmission and Distribution
  • Different types of equipment and their load as per standard specifications
  • Services : lighting, power, fire alarm, emergency lighting, etc

    2.Symbols and Legends

  • Power services
  • Lighting
  • Fire detection
  • Elv/ low current
  • Earthing and lighting

    3. Power Services

  • Cables
  • Selection, conductor, strands, cores and insulation
  • Armored and unarmored cables
  • Cable tray raceway, trunking, conduits and routing
  • Busbar details and selection of high rise building
  • Switch gears (circuit breakers) types and selection
  • Capacitor bank (power factor improvement)
  • Panel boards (mdb, smdb, sdb, etc)
  • Single line diagram (sld)
  • Calculation: voltage drop calculation and load calculation based on bs 7671

    4. Lighting

  • Lux level design as per bs 12464
  • Escape route lighting as per nfpa 101
  • Different types of lamp like gsl, etl, cfl, led, mvl, etc

    5. Fire Detection

  • Fire alarm system as per nfpa 72
  • Smoke (heat detection)
  • Sounders & manual call points
  • Voice evacuation system for commercial / residential building

    6. Elv / low current system: (general concepts)

  • Public address system
  • Close circuit television (cctv): types of cameras and circuiting
  • Communication: tv, telephone, intercom and internet networking of cables and types

    7. Earthing and Lighting

  • Lighting protection
  • Introduction to lightning arresters
  • Lightning protection system design based on bs/iec 62305
  • Types of earthing according to the requirements
  • Earthing system design in line with bs 7430

    8. Types of Drawing: design drawing and shop drawing


    9. Drawing details

  • Lighting layout
  • Power layout
  • Emergency lighting layout
  • CCTV layout
  • Public addressable layout
  • Fire alarm system layout
  • Communication layout
  • Cable tray layout
  • Busbar layout
  • Bus duct riser drawings
  • Single line drawing (sld)

    10. Standard & Codes

  • Designing as per electrical standards: dewa, adewa, addc, kharama, etc


  • Lighting layout
  • Power layout
  • Single line drawing (sld)
  • Fa, pava, emergency lighting layout
  • Communication layout
  • Elv system (cctv, acs, etc)
  • For students and professionals who need to add plumbing expertise to their engineering credentials, this certificate provides a through introduction to every aspect of plumbing systems design.




  • Learn the fundamentals of pressurized water distribution systems for commercial and residential high - rise buildings, Topics include pressure flow equations, friction, mechanical pumping, cold water distribution, backflow prevention, applicable codes and their use, and system selection.


  • Understand the fundamentals of sanitary and storm drainage system design for commercial and residential high - rise building. This course includes coverage of laboratory healthcare acid waste and drainage systems: piping materials: hangers and storm flow: venting: indirect waste: laboratory waste: piping materials: hangers and supports for drainage piping: ejector and sump pump design: site drainage design: storm water detention systems: grease, oil, and sediment interceptors: and acid waste neutralization. Gain an overview of advanced technologies related to sanitary and storm water system, such as grey water and black water system and storm water reuse systems and filtration.

    After completion of the program, Students are skilled in the following areas

  • Pressurized water distribution systems
  • Water chemistry and treatment
  • Hot and cold water distribution
  • Valves and fixture
  • Nature gas distribution
  • Building drainage system
  • Storm water drainage
  • Sanitary waste disposal

    1. Basiscs of Fire Fighting

  • Basics of fire fighting
  • Fire fighting standards
  • Fire fighting pipe materials
  • Fire legends

    2. Explanations of NFPA Codes

  • overview of nfpa 10
  • overview of nfpa 13
  • overview of nfpa 14
  • overview of nfpa 20
  • overview of nfpa 22

    3. Fire Protection System

  • Active Fire Protection System
  • Passive Fire Protection System

    4. Classification of Fire

  • Classification of Occupancies
  • Classification of Commodity

    5. Description of Fire Hazards

  • Description of fire hazards
  • Classification of hazards
  • Detailed explanation of hazards

    6.types of sprinkler system

  • Types of sprinkler system
  • Explanation of wet sprinkler system
  • Explanation of dry sprinkler system
  • Explanation of pre - action sprinkler system
  • Explanation of automatic sprinkler system

    7. Description of Sprinkler and Hose System

  • Sprinkler system explanation
  • Types of sprinkler
  • Selection of sprinkler
  • Hose reel system

    8. Fire Exitngushers Details and Arrangements

  • Types of extinguishers
  • Arrangements of fire extinguishers
  • Applications of fire extinguishers

    9. Details & design of zone control valve

  • Description of zone control valve
  • Design of zone control valve

    10.Fire Fighting Design Criteria

  • Sprinkler design
  • Sprinkler arrangements
  • Pipe sizes

    11. Design of Fire Suppression System

  • Design of fire suppression system

    12. External Fire Fighting Design

  • Design of fire hydrants
  • Design of breaching inlet

    13. Description of fire pumps

  • Detailed description of fire pumps
  • Types of pump

    14.Fire Pump Room Detail

  • Fire pump installation details
  • Fire equipments design
  • Fire pump rooms line sketch
  • Pipe and equipments support details

    15. Fire Pump Calculation

  • Pump Head Calculations

    16. Fire Fighting Hydraulic Calculation

  • Hydraulic Calculation

    17.Fire Fighting Techniquies

  • Site photos presentation
  • Establishments of new creativities
  • Fire Fighting Techniques

    18. Description of Fire Fighting Layouts

  • Detail description of design drawings
  • Detail description of shop drawings

    19.Layout Preparation Procedures

  • Design drawing preparation procedures
  • Shop drawing preparation procedures

    20. General Drawing Preparation Procedures

  • Schematic drawing preparation procedures
  • Shop drawing preparation procedures
  • Sectional layouts preparations
  • Bill of quantity preparations

    21. Project

  • Commercial building fire fighting design
  • Residential building fire fighting design
  • Airport fire fighting design
  • Hospital building fire fighting design
  • Revit MEP Basics Overview of the interface
  • Standard Terminology
  • Starting Projects
  • Viewing Commands Basics Drawing & Editing Tools
  • General Drawing Tools
  • Editing Elements
  • Standard Modifying Tools
  • Helpful Editing Tools
  • Starting MEP Projects
  • Linking in Architectural Projects
  • Introduction to Architecture
  • Copying & Monitoring Objects
  • Setting Up Levels
  • Working with Views
  • Duplicating Views
  • Adding Callout Views
  • Setting The View Display
  • Creating Elevations
  • Creating Sections
  • Working With Ceilings
  • Understanding Revit
  • MEP Systems
  • Working with Schedules
  • Creating Schedules
  • Working with Dimensions
  • Working with Text
  • Adding Detail Lines & Symbols
  • Creating Legends
  • Tag & Schedules
  • Adding Tags
  • Detailing in Autodesk
  • About MEP Systems
  • HVAC Systems
  • About HVAC System
  • Adding Air Terminals & Mechanical Equipment
  • Adding Ductwork
  • Creating Duct Systems
  • Automatic Ductwork Layouts
  • Building information Modeling
  • Building information Modeling(BIM)


  • Working With Components
  • Creating Systems - Overview
  • System Graphics
  • Connecting Components
  • Analyzing Systems
  • Spaces and Zones
  • Creating Spaces
  • Working with Spaces
  • Creating Zones
  • Creating Color Schemes
  • Performance Analysis
  • Preparing a Project for Energy Analysis
  • Analyzing the Heating & Cooling Loads

    Piping System

  • Hydronic Piping
  • Systems
  • About Hydronic Piping Systems
  • Adding Mechanical Equipment
  • Drawing Piping
  • Creating Hydronic System
  • Automatic Piping Layouts
  • Visibility Graphic
  • Creation Of Pipes
  • Practice
  • Fire Production Systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • About Plumbing Systems
  • Adding Plumbing Fixtures
  • Drawing Piping For Plumbing Systems
  • Working With Plumbing Systems
  • Electrical system
  • About Electrical system
  • Placing Electrical components
  • Creating Electrical circuits
  • Cable trays and conduit
  • Electrical panel Schedules
  • Family creation
  • Family creation


  • Construction documents phase
  • Construction
  • Documents
  • Setting up sheets
  • Placing & modifying views on sheets
  • Adding revisions
  • Printing sheets
  • Work sharing
  • A building management system (BMS), otherwise known as a building automation system (BAS), is a computer-based control system installed in buildings that controls and monitors the building's mechanical and electrical equipment such as ventilation, lighting, power systems, fire systems, and security systems. A BMS consists of software and hardware; the software program, usually configured in a hierarchical manner, can be proprietary, using such protocols as C-Bus, Profibus, and so on. Vendors are also producing a BMS that integrates the use of Internet protocols and open standards such as DeviceNet, SOAP, XML, BACnet, LonWorks and Modbus.
  • Building management systems are most commonly implemented in large projects with extensive mechanical, HVAC, and electrical systems. Systems linked to a BMS typically represent 40% of a building's energy usage; if lighting is included, this number approaches to 70%. BMS systems are a critical component to managing energy demand. Improperly configured BMS systems are believed to account for 20% of building energy usage, or approximately 8% of total energy usage in the United States.

    A list of systems that can be monitored or controlled by a BMS are shown below:

  • Illumination (lighting) control
  • Electric power control
  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
  • Security and observation
  • Access control
  • Fire alarm system
  • Lifts, elevators etc.
  • Plumbing
  • Closed-circuit television (CCTV)
  • Other engineering systems
  • Control Panel
  • PA system
  • Alarm Monitor
  • Security Automation
  • Possibility of individual room control
  • Increased staff productivity
  • Effective monitoring and targeting of energy consumption
  • Improved plant reliability and life
  • Effective response to HVAC-related complaints
  • Save time and money during the maintenance
  • Occupancy sensors allow automatic setback override during unoccupied periods as well as adaptive occupancy scheduling.
  • Lighting controls reduce unnecessary artificial lighting via motion sensors and schedules as well as by controlling daylight harvesting louvers
  • Controllers save water and energy by controlling rainwater harvesting and landscape irrigation

    Basic of building management system

  • a. BMS Operation of monitoring Components
  • b. Basic design of BMS
  • c. Building Energy Management system

    BMS Installation Guidelines

  • a. basic of electronics and Communication
  • b. Basic of Electrical Engineering
  • c. Networking
  • d. VFD Pumps and Servo Drives

    Design of Building Management System

  • a. CAD Drawing
  • b. HVAC fundamental
  • C. Design Calculation
  • d. Drafting

    Safety and Security System

  • a. Fire Alarams System
  • b. CCTV Installation System
  • c. Intrude and Security Alaram System

    BMS Software and programming Requirement

  • a. PLC
  • b. FACTS

    Other Control System

  • a. Vedio Door Phones
  • c. Solar Panels
  • b. Automatic Gates and Barriers
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