What Chemical Engineers do in EPC of Process Plants

Process Plant Engineering -Insight into consultancy industry expectation on CE’s role and responsibilitues

What  Chemical Engineers do in Process Plant Engineering

What you’ll learn

  • Industry oriented design and engineering knowledge.
  • How a fresh Chemical engineer can make valuable contribution for Process plant design and engineering.
  • Process Design & detailed Engineering.
  • Preparation of Process Flow and Instrumentation Diagrams.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 2 lectures • 37min.
  • Curriculum –> 10 lectures • 3hr 15min.

What Chemical Engineers do in EPC of Process Plants

Requirements

  • students pursuing chemical engineering course will benefit.
  • Understand how to apply basic chemical engineering knowledge to industrial plant design and engineering.
  • Apply fluid mechanics for pipe line sizing.

What  Chemical Engineers do in Process Plant Engineering

Chemical  Engineers  play a vital role in Design, Engineering, Procurement, Supply, Construction, Commissioning, Operation and Management of complex process  plants for various process  industries.

Fresh chemical engineers need to enlighten themselves on the fields of opportunities available, attributes and skill sets required to genera various deliverable required  for execution of chemical projects. Fresh chemical engineers are seldom aware of the requirement  of the consultancy companies engaged in providing design and detailed engineering for chemical projects. Though a large number of articles, courses, spread sheets, software are available in the web on the various  design documents required for process plant engineering, there is no single integrated course which will guide a fresh chemical engineer as to how a project engineering progresses and what drawings/documents are to be developed by him as a project engineer.

This course by an experience chemical engineer is intended  to give a comprehensive approach and lay emphasis on the basic engineering knowledge,attributes and skill sets which will enhance his career prospects. Unless the budding chemical engineer is a cut above the other aspirants for employment in the a consulting company with these special  attributes, it will be  herculean effort to land a right position mewing his  aspirations.