Why Choose this Course?
The major goals of this course are to develop an understanding of Engineering Schematics and recognition of a variety of standard drawing symbols. The course starts with a general introduction to engineering drawing and representation of views, leading to the presentation and reading of schematics and symbols that are related to welding, piping, hydraulics and pneumatics.
This course will feature:
- Fundamental topics related to Engineering Drawings will first be presented.
- Presentation and reading of schematics and symbols that are related to welding, piping, hydraulics and pneumatics.
- Relevant exercises to emphasis the fundamental aspects reading and interpreting schematics.
What are the Goals?
Upon completion of this course, attendees will have a practical understanding of Engineering Drawings and would have covered the following topics;
- Learn the definition and characteristics of schematics of a schematic.
- Identify various types of lines on schematics.
- Demonstrate the ability to determine piping diagrams.
- Describe a fluid-power system.
- Demonstrate how to read and interpret a complete welding symbol.
Who is this Course for?
The course is primarily intended for individuals, with or without an engineering background, who need to be familiarized with standard methods of reading and interpreting Engineering Drawings.
The course will offer background information that can be used to recognize standard Engineering Drawings which can then be used to plan effective installation and inspection of plants and equipment.
The course will also benefit senior engineers who would like to increase or refresh their knowledge of reading schematics and symbols.
How will this be Presented?
The course combines presentations and discussions of topics covered with relevant examples.
It combines knowledge of fundamental principles related to schematic Drawings and symbols, and applicable standards and best industry practices and enforces learning with Question & Answer sessions to maximise the benefits to the participants.
Class exercises will be conducted to emphasis fundamental principles of reading schematics and identifying symbols.
The Course Content
Day One: Introduction to Engineering Drawings and Representation
- Methods of Representation, Views and Projection
- Orthographic Projection, Isometric Projection, first and Third Angle Projection
- Sections, cutting planes, Hatching
- Conventional Symbols and Abbreviations
- Group exercises involving different views and projections
Day Two: Pneumatic and Hydraulic Drawings
- Symbols used Diagrammatic representation of pneumatic and Hydraulic Circuit Diagrams
- Building-up the Circuit Diagram, Designating the Elements
- Representation of Devices, including Valves and Actuators
- Basic Pneumatic Circuits
- Exercises on basic Controls
Day Three: Piping Symbols and Drawings
- Piping materials and manufacturing, Jointing Methods, Fittings.
- Guidelines for schematic flow diagrams, Symbols and Abbreviations.
- Instrumentation (e.g. flow Indicators and Flow Recorders, etc.), Devices (e.g. Valves, Fittings and Special Symbols), Flow Lines.
- Piping Symbols, piping and instrumentation diagrams P&ID
- ISA S5.1, Graphical, Location categories
Day Four: Piping Symbols and Drawings
- Flanges, Selection and Application, Gaskets.
- Pipe supports, Standard component supports, Pipe support service
- Group exercises
- Pipe Sections, straight, Elbows, T-Sections
- Piping Diagrams and Schematics
Day Five: Welding and Joint Drawings
- Introduction to Basic Fusion welding
- Elements of welding symbols, Basic weld symbols.
- Significance of Weld Symbol Arrow, Construction of symbols, Location of weld with respect to joint, Termination.
- Welding denoted by symbols
- Types of Weld Joints, e.g. Fillet, Butt, Grooved, etc.
- Use of Symbols with regards to General Electrode Numbering Systems and Standards.
- AZTech Certificate of Completion for delegates who attend and complete the course.