Chemical/Process Engineering Drawing and Diagrams

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Chemical/Process Engineering Drawings are the drawings that can show terminalsplatforms or plants in small sizes. Within these drawings, some standardized symbols can be used to interpret and understand the plant data easier. “Why do you need to learn these drawings and what is their importance?”

We don’t always work in the plant or site. When you make calculations or work on modifications, it is not always possible to go to the plant or site for getting required data. Engineering diagrams are of great help as without getting any miles, you can know the parameters of the equipment, its downstream and upstream.

There is considerable amount of drawings for any plant, but most utilized diagrams are Process Drawings that is the main subject of this training course. All Engineering Disciplines have their own process drawings, like:

– Process,

– Mechanical,

– Instrument and Control and

– Electrics.

Therefore, being able to analyze Process Diagrams is mandatory for all engineering disciplines. Throughout this course, you will learn about the most essential Process Engineering Drawings and as well as, drawings used in other disciplines. Moreover, you will be provided with bonus sessions to learn about how to readunderstanddeveloprevise and even update these drawings.

As there is no doubt about the importance of this training and course content, let’s get started!

What you’ll learn

  • Learn how to read and understand Block Flow Diagrams, BFDs
  • Learn how to read and understand Process Flow Diagrams, PFDs
  • Learn how to read and understand Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams, P&IDs
  • Learn how to read and understand Cause and Effect Diagrams
  • Learn about various drawings used in other disciplines
  • Learn how to develop, revise and update P&IDs
  • Learn and Identify the symbols used in Essential Process Drawings
  • Know the location of various equipment illustrated on the Drawings
  • Know and Identify the Valve symbols on P&ID
  • Know and Identify the Pump and Compressor symbols on P&ID
  • Know and Identify the Tank symbols on P&ID
  • Understand and Interpret the various stream lines on P&ID


  • There is no prerequisites for taking this course.

Who this course is for:

  • Chemical Engineers
  • Process Engineers
  • Design Engineers / Technicians
  • Plant Operators
  • Maintenance Engineers / Technicians
  • Mechanics
  • Instrumentation Engineers / Technicians
  • Piping Engineers / Technicians
  • Chemical Engineering Students

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