Advanced Oil and Gas Engineering

Advanced Oil and Gas Engineering(6 months)

The course is designed to provide student a detailed knowledge of the technology require and all major engineering related elements associated with the oil and gas industry. One of the main features of the programme is its interdisciplinary nature, suitable for student with mechanical, civil, electrical, chemical and other suitable engineering backgrounds, making them future engineering leaders. The programme provides you with both theoretical and practical grounding in this field, equipping you to tackle the challenges of this fast evolving industry.

I. WELDING INSPECTION PRACTICE
  • Welding terminologies and definitions
  • Common welding processed
    Eg: SMAW,GTAW, GMAW, FCAW,SAW
  • Types of welding consumables
  • Quality standards and requirements for welding
  • Welding procedures and welder qualification
  • Welding procedure qualifications and Specifications
II. COATING INSPECTION PRACTICE
  • General inspection practices
  • Corrosion theory
  • Coating conditions
  • Surface preparation methods, purpose and standards
  • Blasting methods and equipments
  • Paint systems, manufacture and technology
  • Adhesion test and equipment
  • Cathodic protection
  • Paint application methods
III. NON DESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION
  • Visual testing
  • Liquid Penetrant Testing
  • Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Ultrasonic Testing
  • Radiographic Testing
  • Radiographic Film Interpretation
IV. PIPING
  • Process Piping Codes & Standards
    (ASME B 31.3,B 31.1,API 570 ASME B 16.5)
  • Overview of Static & Rotary Equipments
  • Piping materials
  • Design pressure calculation
  • Wall thickness calculation
  • Lead testing practices
  • Piping components and fittings
  • Piping and engineering drawings
  • Piping and Isometric drawings
  • Design of Miter bends
  • 3D modeling
  • Fabrication and Erection Technics
  • Scope of Piping Engineering
  • Piping Elements and Specialties
  • Mechanical Design and Fundamentals
  • Pipe Hydraulics and Sizing
V. DAMAGE MECHANISMS
  • General and Local metal loss
  • Local Metal loss
  • Surface Connected cracking
  • Sub-Surface cracking
  • Corrosion under insulation
VI. BEST INDUSTRIAL PRACTICES
  • Exposure to Industrial documentation
  • Review and preparation of documents
  • Introduction for reporting formation
  • Heat Ventilization and Air Conditioning (HVAC)