Piping Design to ISO EN 13480


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£ 980 + VAT

Learn the complexity and the constraints of piping design!

  • Type


  • Level


  • Location

    B (Scotland)

  • Duration

    4 Days

  • Start date

    Different dates available

The Piping Design to ISO EN 13480 course added by Emagister has been designed in order to learn about the European Standard for Metallic Industrial Piping!

In only four days you will get to learn all about the requirements of the code, focusing on the design requirements from 13480-3. This course has been designed to have an overview of the piping systems and piping projects.

You will get a wide scope used in many industries including power, nuclear, ships, offshore, petrochemical, etc. The course finishes with a comparison of ASME B31.3 and the ISO EN 13480 to help those who have to work with both codes.

In no time you will reinforce your knowledge to become an outstanding Engineer. Contact and learn more about this intensive short course!



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  • Testing
  • Installation
  • ISO
  • Design
  • Layout
  • Materials
  • Piping
  • Bends
  • Elbows
  • Flanges

Course programme

    • Pipe
    • Bends and Elbows
    • Valves
    • Flanges and Gaskets
    • Screwed connections
    • Reducers
    • Tees and Weys
    • Pipe Size
    • NPS and Schedule
    • PN and Class
Piping Manufacturing
    • Pipe
    • Fittings
    • Welding
    • NDT
Piping Project Architecure
    • Design Basis
    • Classification of Fluids, risk assessment
    • Block flow diagrams
    • Process flow diagrams
    • P&IDs
    • Piping Specification
    • Service List
    • Piping Classes
    • GAs and Plot plans
    • Equipment / valve / line list
    • Datasheets
    • Isometrics and Spool drawings
    • BoM and MTO
Piping Materials
    • Mechanical Properties
    • Effects of Alloying Steel
    • Material Selection
Design Codes Background
    • History
    • ASME Codes
    • ISO13480
    • Code organisation
    • Scope
    • PED
Design Conditions

Stress Design
    • Stress – Strain
    • Proof strength
    • Young’s Modulus
    • Ductility
    • Plasticity
    • Creep
    • Fatigue
    • Allowable Stress
    • Internal Pressure
    • Minimum Wall Thickness
      • Pipe
      • Bends
      • Fittings
    • Branch Connections
    • Primary and Secondary Stresses
    • Thermal Stress
Flexibility Analysis
    • Why?
    • When to Analyse?
    • Simplified Analysis methods
    • CAE flexibility Analysis
    • SIFs
    • Flexibility factor (k)
Layout and Routing

Pipe Fittings
    • Bends
    • Forged fittings
    • Hot vs Cold Bend
    • Branches and Tees
    • Inline items
    • Flanges
    • Welds
    • Bellows and Expansion Joints
    • Metal hose assemblies
    • Ends under pressure
Integral Attachments

Pipe Supports
    • Types
    • Other considerations
Impacting Mechanical Equipment



Fabrication and Installation

Over pressure protection

Proof Testing


Comparison of ISO13480 and ASME B31.3

Piping Design to ISO EN 13480

£ 980 + VAT