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  • DPE04M1-SP Introduction and Fundamentals Related to Plant Engineering and Maintenance

DPE04M1-SP Introduction and Fundamentals Related to Plant Engineering and Maintenance

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The role and conception of plant engineer have been changing dynamically over years due to the changing technologies and business models. Plant engineers have an intermixed responsibilities in industries like Planning, Production Sequence, Effort Optimization, Advisory capacity and many more areas that yield an efficient, low cost and higher profitable products in an industry.
This course is structured in such a way to provide detailed note for students about plant engineers, their roles and responsibilities in industries, organization structures, legal responsibilities etc.
After completion of this course, students will have a clear idea about plant engineering functions, plant location, layout, industrial buildings, maintenance & repairs and electricity.
 

WHO SHOULD COMPLETE THIS COURSE?

  • Mechanical Engineering 
  • Process Engineering
  • Production Managers
  • Automation and Process Engineers
  • Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors
  • Electricians
  • Instrument and Process Control Technicians
  • Chemical Engineers

 

COURSE OUTLINE

ORGANIZATION OF THE ENGINEERING FACILITY AND FUNCTIONS

  • Engineering function
  • Organization of the plant
  • Engineering function
  • Plant engineering function
  • Principles of organization
  • Organization structures
  • Organizational prerequisites

 

CONSIDERATIONS FOR MANUFACTURING PROCESS & SITE SELECTION

  • Role of the plant engineer
  • Legal responsibilities
  • Plant engineering
  • Activities
  • Thermal plant
  • Knowledge areas
  • Considerations for site selection 

 

ROLE OF THE PLANT ENGINEER 

  • Role of the plant Engineer 
  • Legal responsibilities
  • What is plant?

 

PLANT LOCATION AND LAYOUT 

  • Plant location and layout
  • Piping codes
  • Plot plans
  • Plot plan use by discipline
  • Services – water, electricity, effluent discharge
  • Electrical 
  • Development of plot plans
  • Ecology and pollution
  • Pollution control
  • Green energy & technology

 

INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS & ELECTRICITY 

  • Industrial buildings
  • Occupancy & various regulations – statutory & hazardous tasks
  • Fire detection & suppression
  • Ventilation
  • Building maintenance & repairs
  • Flooring, lighting & insulation considerations
  • Accommodation of plant & equipment
  • Electricity
  • Tariff structures & billing calculations
  • Energy content
  • Fractional; distillation of crude oil
  • Distribution & delivery systems
  • Storage facilities
     

Investment

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Unlimited Access for 2 Years: US$ 99

Instructor

Paul Burge

Paul Burge completed his electronics Higher National Diploma at the University of Wales in the United Kingdom and now is a registered Clinical Technologist. Paul's career has been  in hospital technology and medical equipment with many assignments in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. One of Paul's most prestigious projects was as the Principal Medical Equipment Planner for a 1000 bed new hospital in Malaysia.

Paul has now progressed in his ability and capabilities and now is an International Hospital Planner. Planning new hospitals from concept medical brief stage through FSP, block and stacking and architectural hospital building design. Paul is a specialist expert in hospital BIM REVIT 3d hospital and medical equipment architecture. Paul is experienced in 3d REVIT modelling of complex medical equipment.

Paul has recently been engaged as a Senior Hospital Planner for the Hospital Planning Associates Company engaged in planning many new hospitals.


 

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