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Corporate Training
last updated on
2019-12-23T14:26:05

Corporate Training



The primary role of corporate training is to ensure an employee has the knowledge and skills to undertake a specific operation to enable an organization can continue to operate. Fundamentally, corporate training is centered on knowledge transfer, with an instructor teaching or demonstrating a particular function and the student learning and demonstrating they can apply what they have learnt to a particular operation.

Petromech corporate training center is equipped with high-tech infrastructure and expert faculty. We have a pool of handpicked, dedicated, certified instructors who supplement training through rigorous hands-on lab sessions, based on the real life challenges and issues that they faced and resolved. 

Once the training is complete, the employees are expected to make use of all that they learnt in the training real time during the working hours. This is the primary intention behind training them. Many tests are scheduled that the employees have to take based on what they are taught in the training. The trainers who train such employees are professionals who have many years of training and also have real time experience in facing the various challenges that will be put forth in a working environment. 

Petromech corporate training program features:

Customized training Programs.

  • Experts are from the big MNC having more than 20+ years’ experience.
  • Flexible Training Schedule- Courses can be delivered at your chosen convenient time.
  • Hands-on training.
  • Able to handle corporate training requirements in short span of time
  • Both Onsite and Offsite training Model
  • Lowest Rates and big savings to your budget
  • Most advanced Training Resources –structured course material.
  • Help employees clearly understand what training programs can speed up their career progress in their desired direction.
  • Recognize completion of training. Place incentives for successful outcomes.
  • Focus a lot on mentoring as a part of training. Training plans should be driven by the mentors.
  • Focus on the execution after the learning. Most training programs are disconnected from day-to- day tasks.
  • Develop a culture of learning. Making training as a priority right from the top


Chemical Engineering


1- Line Sizing & Hydraulic Calculations (5 Hours)

  • Flow Rate, Velocity, Pipe Sizing Calculations
  • Reynolds number- laminar / turbulent flow
  • Darcy Weisbach & Hazen William Equations
  • NPSH Calculation
  • Hydraulics Calculations for Liquids 
  • Hydraulics Calculations for Gases 
  • Hydraulics Calculations for two Phase 
  • Hydraulics Calculations for Flow


2- Pump Sizing & Simulation (6 Hours)

  • Composition of Well Fluid
  • Determination of Well Fluid Composition
  • Well Fluid Phase Behavior
  • Equations of State
  • Definition of Pump
  • Classification of Pumps
  • Selection of Pumps
  • Pump Material of Selection
  • Steps Involved in the Pump System Design
  • Steps involved in the Pump Hydraulic
  • Calculations
  • Pump Characteristic Curves


3- Pressure Relief Valve Sizing (5 Hours)

  • Introduction
  • Function of Relief Valve
  • Types of Relief Valves
  • Terms and Definition
  • Overpressure Scenarios
  • Thermal or Hydraulic Expansion
  • Gas Blow by & Tube Rupture
  • Utility Failure
  • Control Valve Failure
  • Relief Valve Sizing
  • Sizing Methodology
  • Calculation Procedure


4- Heat Exchanger Design (6 Hours)

  • Design of heat exchangers
  • Revamp/ modification methods to increase load/ efficiency etc.
  • Monitoring of exchanger performance methods, vibration analysis, and corrosion predicament.
  • Design codes and standards
  • Use of various software’s for the heat exchangers


5- Separators Design (6 Hours)

  • Training on design of pressure vessels for flash and stripping
  • Process guidelines for hold-up volume
  • Flash and property calculations, design codes, 2&3-phase V/L separators


6- Compressors and Turbines Design (6 Hours)

  • Calculation of polytrophic efficiency for compressors and isentropic efficiency for turbines
  • Selection of compressors, performance monitoring and troubleshooting
  • Design and troubleshooting of compressors, turbines, Surge control, lube oil system design etc.


7- Basic Engineering Package (7 Hours)

  • Overview of Basic Engineering Package
  • Design basis Plant/ Project
  • Introduction to PFD, P& ID, and PDS, Equipment List, Line List
  • Process Instrument Data Sheets
  • Process Block Diagram
  • Concept Flow Diagram
  • Development of PFD, PFD specification
  • Development of P& ID 
  • Fundamentals of Material Balance and Energy Balance




Electrical Engineering


1- Electrical Equipment Sizing (20 Hours)

  • Motor
  • Transformer
  • Emergency Generator
  • Neutral Grounding Resistor (NGR)
  • Power capacitor banks (PCB)
  • AC UPS
  • HV/MV Switchgears
  • LV Switchgears
  • Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • CT/PT
  • Power reactor
  • Bus duct

2- Illumination Design (8 Hours)

  • Introduction
  • Type of Lighting Fixtures
  • Selection of Lighting Fixtures
  • Preparation of Fixtures Schedule
  • Indoor Illumination Calculation
  • Outdoor Illumination Calculation
  • Calculation on Software
  • Lighting Layout Design
  • Lighting Installation Detail
  • Small Power selection
  • Lighting Board Schedule

3- Cable Selection, Sizing & Layout (8 Hours)

  • Power and Control cable Introduction
  • Cable Selection and Sizing
  • Cable sizing for Low voltage system
  • Cable sizing for High voltage system
  • Voltage Drop Consideration
  • Let through Energy consideration
  • Earth fault Loop Impedance consideration
  • Cable Schedule
  • Cable interconnection Schedule
  • Selection and Sizing of cable Tray
  • Cable tray schedule
  • Cable Drum schedule
  • Conduit Selection
  • Conduit Sizing
  • Cable Routing Layout
  • Cable Tagging
  • Installation details

4- Development of Single Line Diagram (8 Hours)

  • Key SLD
  • Detail SLD
  • Lighting system SLD
  • Small power SLD
  • Metering and Control diagram

5- Hazardous Area Classification (4 Hours)

  • Zone/Division Classification
  • Types of Protection for Hazardous Areas
  • Hazardous source List Preparation
  • Certification of Hazardous Area Equipment
  • Marking of Equipment Nameplates
  • Hazardous Area Drawings / Layouts Preparation

6- Earthing & Lightening Protection Design (8 Hours)

  • Requirement of Earthing in Industrial Plants
  • Earthing Design calculations
  • Type of Earthing and Details
  • Earthing Installation Details
  • Earthing Layout Design
  • Lightening Protection Requirement
  • Lightening Protection Calculation
  • Lightening Installation Details
  • Lightening Layout Design

7- Substation / Switchyard Design (5 Hours)

  • Introduction
  • Type of Sub-Stations
  • General arrangement of substation
  • Equipment Layout

8- Testing / System Studies (10 Hours)

  • Overview & Load Flow Analysis
  • Short Circuit Analysis (Fault Calculations and Stability Studies)
  • Motor Starting Study
  • Relay- Coordination


Mechanical Engineering


1- Piping Layout of Equipment (8 Hours)

  • Pipe Rack Piping
  • Equipment foundations and supports
  • Equipment data sheets
  • Equipment sketches
  • Equipment drawings
  • Equipment nozzle specifications
  • Equipment foundation drawings
  • Drum , Pump & Compressor Piping
  • Heat Exchanger & Column Piping
  • Tank Farm Piping
  • Underground Piping

2- Piping GAD and Isometric (10 Hours)

  • Equipment listsPiping line lists
  • Piping Plan Development
  • Preparing Piping Layout Drawings by
  • placing instruments, valves etc
  • Rack Piping
  • Pipe Rack Spacing, Drawing pipe in the rack etc
  • Piping Isometrics & Definition
  • Piping Isometrics Drawings
  • Isometric Dimensions, Notes & Callouts
  • Isometric Offsets
  • Print Reading Exercises
  • Exercises on creation of Isometrics from Piping plans and Sections

3- Piping Material Specifications (5 Hours)

  • Material properties
  • Classification of materials
  • Material specifications (ASTM)
  • Common piping materials
  • Piping specifications
  • Material selection
  • Material testing, inspection and QA

4- Pipe Supports (6 Hours)

  • Classification of Supports
  • Anchors, Pipe Guides, Limit Stops, Pipe Shoe
  • Dummy Leg / Trunion
  • Field Support / Base Support
  • Rigid Hangers Rod & Clevis, Trapeze
  • Flexible Hangers Variable & Constant
  • Pipe Rack Design Types, Height & Width Calculations,
  • Pipe Arrangements
  • Rack Piping
  • Expansion Loop Calculations

5- Piping Modeling using PDMS (20 Hours)

  • Equipment
  • Pipe
  • Draft
  • ISO Draft
  • Structure

6- Piping Stress Analysis using CAESAR II (25 Hours)

  • Static Analysis
  • Dynamic Analysis

7- Storage Tank Design (6 Hours)

  • Design of tank components as per codes & standards, bottom plate layout & testing.
  • Shell design by one foot-method, conical roof & dome roofs, basic considerations in design of floating roofs, design for wind girders / stiffness, nozzles and accessories.
  • Inspection & testing.

8- Heat Exchanger (8 Hours)

  • Heat exchanger types, classification, categories and nomenclatures as per TEMA
  • Geometrical Configuration as per TEMA & EIL Studies/Good Engineering Practice
  • Thermal Design know how
  • Mechanical Design as per TEMA & UHX (ASME)

9- Pressure Vessel (ASME SEC VIII, DIV.1) (20 Hours)

  • Maximum Allowable Stress Values ( UG-23)
  • Shell Design for Internal Pressure ( UG-16, UG-27,Appendix 1-2)
  • Dished End Design For Internal Pressure ( UG-32)
  • Shell Design for External Pressure (UG-28, UG-29,UG-30)
  • Dished End Design For External Pressure ( UG-33)
  • Hydrotest Pressure/Pneumatic Test ( UG-99,UG-100)
  • Wind Load ( IS-875, Pt-3), Seismic Load ( IS-1893, Pt-1 & 4)
  • Combined Loading Effect, Conical & Toriconical Section Analysis (UG-32,33, Appendix 1-5 & 1-8)
  • Weight Calculation, Opening ( Nozzles) ( UG-36 ~ UG-45 & Appendix 1-7)
  • Local Load ( WRC 107 & 297), MDMT & Impact Test Enigma ( UCS-66)
  • Lifting & Tailing Lug analysis, Support Analysis (Skirt, Leg, Saddle)
  • Joint Efficiency, MAWP, MAP, SR of DE for Forming Operation, PWHT ( UCS-56)

10- HVAC-R System (20 Hours)

  • Air Conditioning
  • Heating & Cooling Load Calculation
  • HVAC Systems
  • Psychrometry
  • Refrigeration
  • Equipment: Cooling
  • Equipment: Heating
  • Equipment: Air-Handling Systems
  • Duct design, air Flow and its distribution
  • Controls and Instrumentation
  • Insulation of Air-Conditioning Systems & Air Conditioning Equipment


Instrumentation Engineering


1- Process Instrumentation- Selection & Sizing (15 Hours)

  • Flow 
  • Temperature
  • Pressure 
  • Transmitter
  • Level

2- Control Valve and Accessories (6 Hours)

  • Theory of Operation
  • Type of Control Valve
  • Input and Output measurements standards
  • Selection and Sizing of Control valve

3- Fire and Gas System (6 Hours)

  • Theory of Operation and Standards
  • Different type of detector and principle
  • Input and Output measurements standards
  • Selection and Sizing

4- Instrumentation Design – Documentation (15 Hours)

  • Instrument Index
  • Instruments Location Plant Details
  • Process Data Sheet and Specification
  • Instrument data Sheet
  • Wiring layout
  • Air Routing Layout
  • Logic Diagram
  • Loop Drawings
  • Loop Wiring Diagrams
  • I/O List for DCS
  • JB Layout
  • Cable Schedule & Cable Tray Layout
  • Hook-Up Drawings
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