Piping and Instrumentation Drawings
Piping & Instrumentation Drawings (P&IDs) are important communication tools for engineers. To be effective in the workplace, you must be able to read and interpret them. To facilitate your knowledge of Piping & Instrumentation Drawings, Professor Barry M. Barkel presents the following fundamentals in this webinar: What are Piping & Instrumentation Drawings? What do they convey? How do you read them? What standards make P&IDs semi-universal?
If you need a working knowledge of P&IDs, or you’re a young engineer with limited experience reading engineering drawings, you will benefit from this webinar. It will also help more experienced engineers who need to understand technical discussions involved with design, environmental and safety reviews.
Barry M. Barkel has been a Lecturer in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Michigan for the past 9 years. He teaches courses in Process Design, and Product Design. Prior to joining the Michigan faculty, he worked for BASF Corporation for 35 years. At retirement he was an Engineering Manager at the Wyandotte Michigan Site. His experience includes research, process engineering, project management and engineering design. He has been involved with processes ranging from pharmaceuticals to heavy chemicals.
Barkel holds BS degrees in both Chemical and...
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