Udemy – How to Read P&ID, PFD & BFD used in Process Plant like Pro [100% OFF]
In this Course, you are going to learn How to Read P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram), Block Flow Diagram (BFD) and Process Flow Diagram (PFD). If you want to learn to read Process Flow Scheme (PFS) and Process Engineering Flow Scheme (PEFS), this course is for you also.
Read, Interpret and understand P&ID like Professional Engineer.
- Understand the drawing’s components
- What is P&ID, PFD, and BFD and Why it is used? What information these drawings provide?
- Learn P&ID and PFD Symbols
- Read Tank farm and Process Plant P&ID and PFD
- Read P&ID for Column, Heat Exchanger, Pump, Tank, etc.
Learn to Read P&ID, PFD, and BFD by Using Industry Standard Drawings with real-life examples.
There is hardly any course available that teach how to read P&ID in depth and without the help of good mentor it is challenging to learn and understand these drawings.
If you are working in Oil and Gas or any similar Process industries, you know the importance of reading P&ID and PFD. In this course, you will learn to read from the real-life drawings so that there will be no disconnect between what you will learn and what you will see while on the job.
What are you going to learn in 39 lectures?
This course has more than 3 Hours of high-quality video content. The course is designed in such a way that even if you don’t have any previous experience, still you will able to master each topic covered.
The course starts with essential parts of the drawing that specially designed for those who are starting afresh.
Reading P&ID and PFD is nothing but understanding the symbols on the drawing. Before moving to the actual drawing, you will learn P&ID symbols that are used in these drawings.
P&ID and PFD selected as an example cover all major components of process facilities such as refinery, power plant, petrochemical complex, and offshore oil platforms.
You can test your knowledge using quiz that designed based on the fresh P&ID that not used in an example.
When you will finish the course, you can confidently read and understand any P&ID, PFD, and BFD that you are going to come across at work.