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What is to be Inspected after Welding?

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After Welding Surface defects ( porosity, pinhole, undercut, slag, uneven weld bead, cracks, spatters, under flush, excess reinforcement, overlap etc ) Welding distortion Welding reinforcement height Weld bead width Excess penetration Root concavity measurement (if accessible) NDT as per requirement Top Courses in Engineering Design PDMS Training 3+ Live Projects 700+ Interview Questions 24/7 E-learning Access SP3D Training Certified Trainer ... Read More »

Pipeline Integrity Management Event Details


2nd International Conference & Exhibition On Pipeline Integrity Management – 2016 Day : 5-6 February 2016 Location : The Grand Hotel, New Delhi Pipeline Integrity Management 2016 is the most important technical event catering to pipeline industry in India. The conference provides an effective platform for Pipeline & Corrosion Professionals. Technical committee of Pipeline Integrity Management 2016 invites authors to submit ... Read More »

Types of Control Valve


Types of control valves are Pcv – Pressure control valve Tcv – Temperature control valve Fcv – Flow control valve Lcv – Level control valve Xv – Isolation valve Xcv – High pressure control valve Top Courses in Engineering Design PDMS Training 3+ Live Projects 700+ Interview Questions 24/7 E-learning Access SP3D Training Certified Trainer 700+ Interview Questions Job Assistance ... Read More »



Welding Welding is a process by which two materials, usually metals, are permanently joined together by the coalescence, which is induced by a combination of temperature, pressure and metallurgical conditions. The particular combination of these variables can be range from high temperature with no pressure to high pressure with no increase in temperature. There are a number of different methods ... Read More »

IOSH Managing Safely Training Details

IOSH Managing Safely

SAFE YOUR CAREER WITH A SAFELY TRAINING COURSE, IOSH MANAGING SAFELY V 4.0 U.K  International Certification on occupational safely & health. Working persons as well as freshers believes that, safely profession has shifted their life. 100% IOSH training pass rate to date. Hurry to register… Location : Chennai, Kerala & Hyderabad Course duration : 3 days Course timing : morning/evening ... Read More »

Piping Overview – Codes & Standards

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Piping is governed by the following codes: ASME B31.1 for power plant piping. ASME B31.3 for chemical process plant piping. ASME B31.4 for oil pipelines. ASME B31.5 for refrigeration piping. ASME B31.8 for gas pipelines. ASME B31.9 for gas, steam and water piping. ASME B31.11 for for slurry transportation piping. AWWA for water works piping. NFPA-13 and -24 for fire ... Read More »

Difference between Materials Take-off and Bill of Materials

Material takeoff

A material take-off is the process of analyzing (this includes list of materials with quantities and types, grades of materials and the weights of such materials) drawings and determining all the materials required to complete the design. A bill of materials is adocument that shows detailed descriptions of materials used in completing a project, this includes, types of materials, specification ... Read More »

What are the Various Statutory Requirements to be Considered during Layout?

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State Industrial Development Corporation (SIDC) Central/State Environment Pollution Control Boards(PCBS) Factory Inspectorate State Electricity Boards Chief Controller of Explosives (CCOE) Static & Pressure Vessel Rules(SMPV) Tariff Advisory Committee Aviation Laws Chief Inspector of Boilers(CIB) Oil Industry Directorate (OISD) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) Top Courses in Engineering Design PDMS Training 3+ Live Projects 700+ ... Read More »

What do you Mean by NPSH? How do you Calculate it?


NPSH = Net Positive Suction Head. NPSH is the pressure available at the pump suction after vapor pressure is subtracted. It is calculated as: Static head + surface pressure head – the vapor pressure of your product – the friction losses in the piping, valves and fittings It thus reflects the amount of head loss that the pump can sustain ... Read More »

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