THE "GAS PIPING SYSTEMS FUNDAMENTALS" TRAINING COURSE
The "Gas Piping Systems
Fundamentals" training course is a two day seminar which has the purpose
of educating engineers about the hydraulics, design, testing and safety
aspects of compressible fluid flow in pipes. This gas piping
training seminar provides core design information on common compressible
fluids such as compressed air, nitrogen, steam and fuel gas as well as
This gas piping seminar
is open to all attendees and there are no pre-requisites for attendance.
However, attendees will be best served if they are degree or diploma
qualified in a relevant technical discipline such as engineering or
science. Similarly, if attendees have attended KASA's "Liquid
Piping Systems Fundamentals" training seminar prior to attending this
gas piping course, the maximum benefit will be obtained.
It should be noted that
as this gas training seminar has been designed to be attended after
KASA's "Liquid Piping Fundamentals" training seminar has been completed,
there will be certain information that will not be covered in this gas
piping course. For example, information relating to pipe end
connections, water hammer, pipe materials, valves in general,
instruments in general and design/drafting will not be covered in the
gas piping course as it has been well covered in the liquid piping
course. Attendees are cautioned that these topics will be
considered assumed knowledge for this gas piping training seminar.
Refer to the PDF flyer located above for more details on the topic list
for the gas piping training course.
For Junior Engineers or
Graduate Engineers who are looking at making a career in piping systems,
piping design, plant design or plant/process engineering, it is
recommended that KASA's piping courses are attended in the following
order: (1) Liquid Piping Systems Fundamentals (2) Gas Piping
Systems Fundamentals (3) Piping Design to AS4041 & ASME B31.3.
This order is not mandatory but these courses have been designed in such
a way that material is introduced in a progressive fashion and so that a
minimum amount of overlap of material between each piping training