Introduction to Modularization for Industrial Plants
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+ The vocabulary and fundamentals of modularization.
+ The concept of modularization and the differences from a conventional project.
+ The conceptualization, planning, feasibility analysis, manufacturing, transport, and installation of modules.
Instructor-led training course
Downloadable study notes
Solved case studies
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The course follows the “learning through experience” methodology. A series of discussions, individual exercises and simplified case studies provide practical knowledge to implement in the field. With the help of the Study Notes and with the assistance of the instructor, participants will gradually progress through the course.
Who should attend?
This course is intended for graduates (or soon to be), designers, freelancers, technicians and engineers involved in calculation, design, selection, manufacturing, safety, quality and maintenance of systems and equipment used in Industrial Processes.
Previous knowledge of this subject is not required to attend to the course.
The main objective of this course is to transfer to participants the theoretical and practical skills required in projects, obtained from experience and sound engineering practices.
What to expect?
- Acquire the vocabulary and fundamentals of modularization.
- Understand the concept of modularization and the differences from a conventional project.
- Learn the steps to follow for the manufacturing of modules.
- Identify critical activities and risks during manufacturing.
- Learn about the maneuvers and transportation of modules.
- Analyze the feasibility of modularized projects.
- Understand the main activities in the FEED and design phase of the project.
CONTENTS AND STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE: 15 HS
History | Definitions and terminology | Application
Typical modules in an industrial plant
Main drivers for modularization | Differential factors
Standardization and Scalability
Lifecycle of a module in a project
Degree of modularization
Typical Scope | Typical layout and facilities
Construction of modules
Steps and sequence | Types of assembly
Installation of modules at site
Critical activities | Path of construction and sequencing
Hook-up and interconnection of modules at site | Risks
Hauling and Transportation
Processes and stakeholders | Typical maneuvers and heavy hauling equipment | Route survey | Risks during transportation
Definitions | Philosophy | Potential fabrication spots | Risk analysis
Commercial and schedule assessment | Methodologies
Layout approach | Strategy | Design criteria by disciplines | Interfaces between disciplines
Module list and data sheets
Pre-construction and constructability
Fabricator and transportation subcontractors
Tender stage for commercial and schedule assessment
Early optimization and value engineering
Module envelopes and integration in design systems
Detailed design | Multidisciplinary approach
Interface management | Key documentation
Issuance | Vendor and 3rd party documentation
Late design systems/disciplines
Subcontract and design oriented to quantities
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