E2G TRAINING INSTITUTE (ETI) COURSES

E2G Training Institute (ETI) offers specialized training courses for personnel in the oil and gas, petrochemical, chemical, and other industrial processing industries. These industry-relevant training courses are focused on mechanical integrity, pressure equipment, instrumentation and process control, damage mechanisms, piping vibration, and E2G software. You will learn from a team of highly skilled and knowledgeable engineers who have 20+ years of industry experience.

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Our E2G Training Institute Courses

Fundamentals of Asset Lifecycle Management (FALCM)

The course provides a practical understanding of the basics of piping design and analysis rules of the ASME Process Piping Code, B31.3 (ASME B31.3). You’ll gain an understanding of ASME B31.3, including piping component and system design, material considerations, fabrication, and examination and testing.

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Fundamentals of Asset Lifecycle Management

September 12 @ 8:00 am September 16 @ 5:00 pm EDT

The fundamentals of asset lifecycle management (FALCM) course to help our clients develop their own technical competency among the next generation of engineers. This course begins with describing the process of lifecycle
management (LCM) of fixed equipment and the importance of technical knowledge of owner/users to maximize safety and mechanical integrity (MI). Building on these ideas, the course turns to the basics of process safety management (PSM) and why this program is critical to the effective management of operational hazards.

$3950 An early bird discount applies to all registrations received at least 45-days in advance.

Process Piping

The course provides a practical understanding of the basics of piping design and analysis rules of the ASME Process Piping Code, B31.3 (ASME B31.3). You’ll gain an understanding of ASME B31.3, including piping component and system design, material considerations, fabrication, and examination and testing.

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Process Piping Course

November 28 @ 9:00 am December 2 @ 1:00 pm EST

This Process Piping course provides the learner a basic, practical understanding of the piping design and analysis requirements of the ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code.  The course details piping component and system design, material considerations, fabrication, and examination and testing. It focuses on design loads for piping, design for internal pressure, piping flexibility analysis, branch reinforcement calculations, temperature considerations, piping layout and support design, and equipment nozzle load limits.

$2050 *Save by registering at least 45 days before 1st day of class

Piping Vibration

This course provides an overview of piping vibration measurement and severity analysis, guidance on identification, evaluation, and mitigation of piping vibration problems.

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Piping Vibration: Measurement, Analysis, and Practical Solutions for Process Facilities

August 17 @ 10:00 am August 18 @ 1:00 pm EDT

This course combines a rigorous technical overview of measurement and severity analysis of piping vibration from the perspective of plant engineers that are interested in identifying if a problem actually exists, how it should be evaluated, and if necessary, how it should be mitigated. Not all piping vibration needs to be addressed; therefore, this course approaches piping vibration from the mindset of an API 579 Fitness-for-Service Assessment and uses numerous case studies and examples to illustrate how assessments should take place. Measurement technologies and their limitations are covered, including motion amplification, impact testing, operating deflection shape assessments, and single and multi-channel accelerometer measurements. An overview of the upcoming API 579 Part 15 Assessment Methodology is covered with a focus on Level 1 and Level 2 assessments, along with a discussion of its technical basis so the plant engineer can best understand the relevancy and limitations of the methods. Use of the Energy Institute approach to vibration risk identification in the design phase is also covered, including piping design practices to ensure fatigue-tolerant designs. Many case studies of typical piping vibration problems that E2G has solved in energy industry are included to illustrate the concepts covered. Participants are encouraged to bring examples of vibration issues they have experienced or are experiencing at their facilities for class discussion.

$615 *Save by registering at least 45 days before 1st day of class

Storage Tanks

During this course, storage tank engineers will gain a practical understanding of the basics of tank design and analysis, including material considerations, fabrication, and examination.

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Storage Tanks Course

July 18 @ 9:00 am July 21 @ 1:00 pm EDT

The design and analysis of welded storage tanks can involve the application of a number of interrelated requirements of API 650. Application of these requirements may not always be intuitive to personnel responsible for storage tank integrity. This course will provide the attendee a practical understanding of the basics of aboveground storage tank design and analysis. Many aspects of tank design are presented such as roof designs, foundations, materials considerations, fabrication, examination, and testing. The course emphasizes these design elements relative to API 650 requirements, but other storage tank designs, such as API 620 tanks, are also covered within the course.

$2050 *Save by registering at least 45 days before 1st day of class

Storage Tanks Course

October 10 @ 9:00 am October 13 @ 1:00 pm EDT

The design and analysis of welded storage tanks can involve the application of a number of interrelated requirements of API 650. Application of these requirements may not always be intuitive to personnel responsible for storage tank integrity. This course will provide the attendee a practical understanding of the basics of aboveground storage tank design and analysis. Many aspects of tank design are presented such as roof designs, foundations, materials considerations, fabrication, examination, and testing. The course emphasizes these design elements relative to API 650 requirements, but other storage tank designs, such as API 620 tanks, are also covered within the course.

$2050 *Save by registering at least 45 days before 1st day of class

Intro to Materials Engineering

You will gain a practical understanding of the plant materials (carbon, low-allow steel, stainless steel, and non-ferrous alloys) used in the fabrication of process plant pressure vessels and piping systems, which are key to equipment reliability.

Upcoming Courses: to be announced

Mechanical Integrity Program

Learn how the MI program fits within an overall asset management program, compliments reliability efforts, and applies across the life cycle of assets – from the design, fabrication, and construction, through the installation, operation, and decommissioning phases.

Upcoming Courses: to be announced

Pressure Vessels

This four-part virtual training course series is designed to increase your knowledge into the fundamentals of pressure vessels design by analysis (DBA) and fatigue damage. DBA I and DBA II reviews ASME Section VIII Division 2 requirements and teaches you how to design to those specifications using advanced analysis methods. Fatigue I and Fatigue II builds on the principles covered in the DBA courses to help you estimate fatigue damage, extend the safe operating life of equipment, and establish inspection intervals.

Upcoming Courses: to be announced

Damage Mechanisms for Chemical & Petrochemical

This course provides an overview of the primary damage mechanisms (DMs) applicable to fixed equipment in the chemical and petrochemical industry and included in API RP 571. You will also learn details of typical NDE methods applicable for the detection and characterization of damage related to the specific DMs.

Upcoming Courses: to be announced

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