Courses and Descriptions

ENGI-1167Power Engineering Design 1

In this course, students will learn to read, interpret, and create a variety engineering sketches, as they relate to pressure vessel and boiler components and designs.  Fundamental principles of welding – weld-procedure development/interpretation and weld inspection - are also covered   In order to continue in their studies, fundamentals of pressure vessel stress analysis are introduced.  Using this knowledge of pressure vessel design, fabrication, and stress analysis, the students will calculate minimum thicknesses and maximum allowable working pressures of cylindrical pressure-retaining components and heads using ASME code Section I.  As well, the students will learn to determine the proper setpoint, sizing, selection and installation of boiler safety valves, in accordance with ASME I.
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