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Mep courses academic programme brochure
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Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
Mep courses academic programme brochure
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MEP Centre is one of the quality training institutes based out of Hyderabad and having presence in New Delhi and Kerala. MEP Centre provides quality job oriented training to students in the field of …

MEP Centre is one of the quality training institutes based out of Hyderabad and having presence in New Delhi and Kerala. MEP Centre provides quality job oriented training to students in the field of HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing and Process Piping.

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  • 1. 2013 Academic Prospectus
  • 2. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus INDEX NO. ARTICLE PAGE 01. MEP Centre 02 02. Advantage 03 03. Academic Programme 04 04. Course Curriculum 05 4.1 HVAC 06 4.1.1 Mechanical Supervisor course ( HVAC )-International Valid Certificate 08 4.2 Electrical 14 4.3 Plumbing 17 4.3.1 Plumbing Construction Management Course – International Valid Certificate 19 4.4 Piping 25 4.5 Revit MEP 29 05. Programme Calendar 31 06. Programme Enrolment 32 07. Placement Assistance & Administrative Office 33 © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 1
  • 3. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus MEP Centre In a global economic scenario that is constantly evolving, individuals need to continuously reinvent themselves and acquire the requisite competencies to stay ahead. By imparting knowledge that has a blend of global best practices and relevance to emerging economies, the MEP Centre is committed to grooming future MEP leaders. MEP Centre has consistently featured in the National Top 5 Training Institutes, in the annual MEP Curriculum rankings. This ranking is based, among other factors, on how MEP Centre students have fared in the Industrial world after certification. For MEP Centre, the Education has been growing with each batch. The MEP Centre has associations to ensure that students gain industrial exposure and have the opportunity to interact with industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and faculty from some of the world's leading business and MEP Industries. This makes the MEP Centre one-of-its kind in India. The industrial-academic linkage ensures that the programme is relevant, international in perspective and delivered according to industrial standards. In the last few years, several dignitaries have visited and recognised the MEP Centre as a centre for course curriculum. The MEP Centre guarantees minimum career interruptions and tremendous saving of opportunity costs through the Academic Programme. In a short span of Programme, students get a thorough understanding of the Industrial Needs and are equipped to take on challenging roles in some of the best companies in the world. Moreover, students become a part of a growing network of over 3500 alumni who have started making a mark in their chosen careers. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 2 Founded by eminent, efficient and academic leader from the world of MEP, the MEP Centre has lived up to its vision of becoming a global leader in MEP training and service Segments.
  • 4. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Advantage The MEP Centre is strategically located to create synergies between India, and the global business environment, with a backdrop of MEP thinking and practices from the West and the East. With a unique perspective on the emerging markets, our programmes enable students to capitalise on the opportunities of the global economy. Learning at the MEP Centre has a pragmatic approach with a clear business focus, valuing individual vision, intellectual discipline, and a sense of teamwork. A high level of corporate input, through discussions and workshops, stimulating business –academic partnerships for teaching and research enable students and faculty to maintain their edge in industry trends. Best-in-Class Faculty The faculty at the MEP Centre includes eminent industry intellectuals with research and teaching experience. The distinctive research of our faculty members ensures that our programmes offer content that is contemporary and global in its perspective. Distinctive Programmes The MEP Centre has a programmed focus on managing business in fast-evolving environments, with a strong emphasis on entrepreneurship, the impact of technology on MEP, and managing the emerging markets of India. We offer a unique Academic Programme, a Executive Programme in MEP for Senior Executives, Corporate Training Programme for Industries, shortduration Executive workshops for middle and senior management, and a Resource Fellowship Programme. The MEP Centre works closely with its associate Institutes and academic area leaders to create contemporary programmes that blend core concepts into the MEP context. The corporate-academia programme has shaped the MEP Centre in three ways: it has ensured that the content for our programmes is relevant and welltimed, that it is international in its perspectives, and is delivered at world-class standards. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 3 Learning at the MEP Centre has a pragmatic approach with a clear business focus, valuing individual vision, intellectual discipline, and a sense of teamwork. The MEP Centre works closely with its associate Institutes and academic area leaders to create contemporary programmes that blend core concepts into the MEP context.
  • 5. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Academic Programme The Academic Programme in MEP and Piping at the MEP Centre are designed to find the leader in you and help develop a strong base for your Technical skills. These critical tools will help you face any challenge in your career.  The Academic Programme provides the latest practices and trends in MEP & Piping education with the flexibility to explore different areas of interest.  Teaching methods include Industrial expertise, exposure, simulations, group projects, and independent work. Special emphasis is given to team-based learning, to help students become more effective team players and leaders.  Students are placed in pre-defined groups and all efforts are taken to have students from diverse backgrounds in a group.  A significant part of the MEP training experience includes interactions with achievers from various walks of life, who are invited to participate in seminars, conferences and workshops. Students acquire practical perspectives through interactions with experts from various fields, who share their challenges and draw upon experiences from their organisations, industries, and markets.  At MEP Centre, you can look forward to busy yourself with Executive Programmes, industrial collaborative programs such as the Coffee with experts, real time learning through the MEP Resource Centre, Corporate-academia programme and the other initiatives. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 4 Students acquire practical perspectives through interactions with experts from various fields, who share their challenges and draw upon experiences from their organisations, industries, and markets.
  • 6. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Course Curriculum The core courses taught in the Academic Programme cover the basics and fundamentals of MEP and piping Industries. Students have a full-time course load of four to five courses, in each of the four core terms. These courses are taught by a combination of expert faculty and those visiting from industrial segments. The following core courses are being offered in every academic year: Courses Available:  HVAC Designing & Drafting  Mechanical Supervisor Course ( HVAC )  Electrical Designing & Drafting  Plumbing Designing & Drafting  Process Piping Designing & Drafting  Revit MEP  Plumbing Construction Management Course  Academic Projects in all courses © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 5 Online Courses MEP Centre also offers Online courses in HVAC Design, Electrical Design and Process Piping Design course designed to find the leader in you and help develop a strong base for your Technical skills.
  • 7. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus HVAC Designing & Drafting As per ASHRAE and ISHRAE Standards and Codes Prelude to HVAC  Fundamentals  Modes of Heat Transfer  Sensible Heat and Latent Heat Basic Components of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration machines  Basic Refrigeration System or Vapour Compression Cycle  Pressure – Enthalpy Chart  Accessories used in the System Classification of Air-Conditioning System    Window A/C Split A/C Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV)/Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF)  Package Units  Central Plant Chill Water System Categories of Air Conditioning  All air system  All water system  Air - water system  Direct Refrigerant system Study of Psychometric Charts  Processes  Heating  Cooling  Cooling and Dehumidification  Heating and Humidification  Finding Values Using the Chart Load Calculation   Survey of Building Finding Temperature difference(ΔT) (Wall, Glass, Roof , Partition)  Finding ‘U’ Factor (Wall, Glass, Roof, Partition)  Finding Ventilation requirement for IAQ  Load Calculations (Manually using E-20 form)  ESHF, ADP & Air Flow Rate(CFM) Calculation Air Distribution System      Duct-Definition Duct sizing as per Aspect Ratio Finding Duct size using Ductulator Calculation of Number of sheets for Duct Gauge selection for Sheet Metal © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 6 HVAC Course HVAC Course offers core curriculum covering with topics like fundamentals, cooling load & heat loss calculations, central heating system design, air distribution system design, chilled water system design, chilled water piping design, commercial ventilation system design, kitchen ventilation system design, VAV system design, equipment selection with live projects.
  • 8. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus    Bill of Materials for Duct Network Selection of Diffusers and Grilles Duct Routing - Preparation of single line diagram (SLD)  Preparation of Layouts (Double line Diagram DLD) as per SMACNA rules Static Pressure Calculation  Selection of Motor HP  Selection Fan/Blower RPM Hydronic System  Classification of Water Piping  Pipe sizing for chill water system  Pump Head Calculation  Selection of Pump Air Conditioning Concepts Fire Protection (Awareness) HVAC software’s     Project Work  XL sheet for Load Calculation Duct sizer for Duct sizing Pipe sizer for Pipe sizing Psychrometry Software Two live projects have to be completed before getting the certificate and Placement Assistance © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 7 HVAC Course HVAC Course offers core curriculum covering with topics like fundamentals, cooling load & heat loss calculations, central heating system design, air distribution system design, chilled water system design, chilled water piping design, commercial ventilation system design, kitchen ventilation system design, VAV system design, equipment selection with live projects.
  • 9. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Mechanical Supervisor Course – International Valid Certification MS – I : Introduction to fundamentals of mechanical – Refrigeration and Air conditioning : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of the fundamentals of Mechanical Refrigeration and Air conditioning systems, definitions, Concept and System Classifications, Legends and Coding system, Basic Calculation, Thumb-Rules, Load estimation. Fundamentals of duct design calculations. Scaling and unit conversion. Source material for this module is Chapter 1, 2 and 3 of the UMC – I Code and the UMC – I Illustrated Training Manual. Fundamentals, Modes of Heat Transfer, Refrigerant, Vapour Compression Refrigeration System, Air Conditioning, Psychrometry and Thermal Process MS – 2 : Intro to Codes and Standards : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of the development, roles and uses of codes and standards in the construction industry. Source material for this module is chapter 3 of the UMC – I Code and the UMC – I Illustrated Training Manual. MS – 3 : Architectural and Structural Coordination : This topic deals with various architectural and structural provisions to be made during the planning stage. Few selected cases shall be discussed. Many standard text books in architecture and engineering by reputed authors are available as source material. Specific focus on Mechanical activities is required. A site visit with the faculty is essential. Institute’s own faculty can teach this topic. MS – 4 : Mechanical Terminology : This topic covers the terminology of the trade. Definitions for most words can be found in a dictionary, but there are technical or trade terms which take on a special meaning when used in relation to mechanical. The purpose of this module is to define those terms for the student. Source material for this module is chapter 2 of the UMC-I code and UMC – I Illustrated Training Manual. Understanding of mechanical terminology will provide the student with insight in to the development of the art of mechanical. A list of abbreviations associated with the trade is included in this module. MS – 5 : Ventilation Air Supply : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to ventilation air supply and exhaust, evaporative cooling systems and makeup-air requirements. For direct-gas-fired heaters, industrial air heaters, and miscellaneous heaters. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 8 Mechanical Supervisor Course: The objective of this program is to train and equip mechanical Installation, Commissioning and O&M Managers/Supervisors to equip with code based on education programme for imparting training on latest knowledge in the related codes & standards applicable to the mechanical trade keeping in view of the present and future global industrial requirements. So that semi-skilled/skilled man power of the country may become enable to compete in the global market.
  • 10. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Assignment 1: Draw plant room layouts for a “Plant Room Facility Including airconditioning, heating and water supply system” with plans, elevations and sections of a selected case for study. Give dimensions. MS – 6 : Exhaust Systems: This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to environmental air ducts, productconveying systems, and commercial hoods and kitchen ventilation. Product conveying ducts-classification. Motors, fans, and filters. Environmental air ducts. Makeup and exhaust-air ducts. Domestic range vents. Design of product conveying velocities, duct clearances. Reduction of duct clearance with specified forms of protection. MS – 7 : Duct Systems : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to UMC Standard No. 6-2. Ducts and plenums for cooling and heating systems, Ventilation and exhaust, or product-conveying systems. Source material for this module is chapter 6 of the UMC-1 code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual. Types and classification of ducts (metal and Non-metal ducts), material used, and duct support system, Protection against Flood Damage, Insulation of ducts, R value determination. Smoke Dampers, Fire Dampers, and ceiling Dampers. Temperature classification of Operating Elements, Use of Under-Floor Space as supply plenum for Dwelling Units. Automatic Shutoffs and more…. MS – 8 : Combustion Air : This topic will provide the student with a better Understanding of code requirements relating to Determination of Indoor Combustion Air, Sizing of indoor & outdoor air opening, Standard Method. Source material for this module is Chapter 7 of the UMC1 code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual MS – 9 : Chimneys and Vents : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to this chapter shall govern the venting of fuel-burning appliances. Source material for this module is chapter 8of the UMC-1 code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual. Venting of Gas Appliances, Specification for venting, ventilating Hoods, Design and Construction of direct-Vent Appliance, Mechanical Draft systems. Ventilating Hoods and Exhaust systems, Circulating Air Ducts and Furnace plenums, Type of Venting system to be used in accordance with NFPA, BIS and Fire code standards and more…. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 9 Mechanical Supervisor Course: The objective of this program is to train and equip mechanical Installation, Commissioning and O&M Managers/Supervisors to equip with code based on education programme for imparting training on latest knowledge in the related codes & standards applicable to the mechanical trade keeping in view of the present and future global industrial requirements. So that semi-skilled/skilled man power of the country may become enable to compete in the global market.
  • 11. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus MS – 10 : Installation of specific appliances : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to the vented decorative appliances and room heaters, Air-conditioning and warm-air heating systems Source material for this module is chapter 9 of the UMC-1 code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual. This chapter is applicable primarily to non-industrial-type electric or gas utilization appliances and installations. Plant room installations of Heating Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Appliances and Heat pumps. Central Heating Boilers and Furnaces, Temperature-or pressure-Limiting Devices. Low-Water cut off, Temperature Limit Controls, Steam safety and pressure-Relief valves, Furnace Plenums and Air Ducts. Cooling units used with heating Boilers. Clothes Dryers-Exhaust Ducts for type 1 Clothes Dryers. Non-Recirculating Direct gas-Fired Industrial Air Heaters. Prohibited Installations. Support, Clearance’s and access, wind protection. Single and Multi floor installations, mounting on Noncombustible Floor. Household cooking Appliances. FloorMounted units. Mounting in commercial garages and Aircraft Hangars.  Installations of : Incinerators, Open-Top Broiler Units, Pool Heaters, Refrigerators , Room Heaters, Installations in instructions, Stationary Gas Engines, Installations Inside Buildings, Exterior –Installations, Power Plants. Assignment 2 :   Using heat load estimate form, design and select HVAC systems for a multi-story building and compare the BOQ with actual values. Or: Suitable topic recommended by trainer, Instructor. Assignment 3 : Topic Presentation Based on the topics covered in this semester, students can select any topic; refer to codes, text books, professional magazines, technical papers published and websites of manufactures and make a presentation in 10 minutes. Students can work in a group of two. The presentation shall be reviewed along with an external examiner. Marks are assigned for both, the contents as well as presentation. Mechanical Education to Employment Program (MEEP) Mechanical Supervisors (MS) Academic Program MS – 11 : Steam and hot water boilers : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to Understanding of code requirements relating to construction, installation, operation, repair, and alteration of all boilers and pressure vessels. Source material for this module is chapter 10 of the UMC-1 code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual and more…. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 10 Mechanical Supervisor Course: The objective of this program is to train and equip mechanical Installation, Commissioning and O&M Managers/Supervisors to equip with code based on education programme for imparting training on latest knowledge in the related codes & standards applicable to the mechanical trade keeping in view of the present and future global industrial requirements. So that semi-skilled/skilled man power of the country may become enable to compete in the global market.
  • 12. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Ms – 12 : Refrigeration Systems , Cooling Towers : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to Understanding of code requirements relating to refrigeration systems and cooling towers. Specified in chapter 2 of UMC-1 code and ITM. Refrigeration Systems, equipment, and devices, including the replacement of parts, alternations, and substitution of a different refrigerant. Cooling Towers: Definitions, classifications, types and working of different types of cooling towers, sizing, Selection, installation of cooling towers for different applications. MS – 13 : Hydronics Steam and Water piping : This topic will provide the student with better understanding of code requirements relating to Hydronics- Steam and water piping source material for this module is Chapter 12 of the UMC-1 Code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual. Basic types of Hydronic systems Steam or hot water chilled water, Classification: Flow generation (forced flow or gravity flow), Temperature (low, medium and high), Pressurization (low, medium and high), piping arrangement, plumbing arrangement, Piping arrangements. Hydronic systems may be divided into several piping arrangement categories: Single or one-pipe, Two pipe steam (direct return or reverse return), Three pipe, Four pipe, Series loop Classification Of Water Piping Pipe sizing for chilled water & condenser water system, Fittings used in the HVAC piping system Values used in the HVAC piping system, Function of values, Openings for CHW piping passing through wall, Sectional drawing @CHW pipe supports, Pump head calculations, Selection of pump Assignment 4 Prepare layout of sizing for internal and external (inside the shaft) hot and cold water supply system including controls, for a selected case of study. Ms – 14 : Fuel gas Piping, Fuel Piping & Fuel supply : This topic will provide the student with better understanding of code requirements relating to the installation of fuel-gas piping systems and fuel gas utilization equipment that are supplied with natural gas; manufactured gas; liquefied petroleum gas(LPG), ;in the vapour phase only; LPG air mixtures; mixtures of these gases ; and gas air mixtures in the flammable range. Source material for this module is Chapter -14 of the UMC-1Code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual. Expert guest speaker can be requested to cover this topic and more… © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 11 Mechanical Supervisor Course: The objective of this program is to train and equip mechanical Installation, Commissioning and O&M Managers/Supervisors to equip with code based on education programme for imparting training on latest knowledge in the related codes & standards applicable to the mechanical trade keeping in view of the present and future global industrial requirements. So that semi-skilled/skilled man power of the country may become enable to compete in the global market.
  • 13. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Ms – 15 : Process Piping : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to the installation of process piping in or in conjunction with a building or structure or located upon the premises. Source material for this module is chapter 14 of the UMC-1 code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual. MS – 16 : Solar Systems : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to Applications of technology and systems to residential, industrial projects. Source material for this module is chapter 15 of the UMC-1 code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual. Solar Thermal: This topic covers provisions required for a centralized solar hot water system for multi-apartment buildings with reference to pressure and temperature controls specified in Chapter 15 of UMC-1 code and ITM and the USEC-1, Expert guest speaker can be requested to cover this topic and more… Solar Photovoltaic: This topic covers: Introduction to solar energy and solar Photovoltaic systems. Understanding of the practical applications of solar energy harvesting and utilization. MS – 17 : Stationary Power Plants, Fuel Cells : This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to Source material for his module is Chapter 16 of the UMC-1 Code and the UMC-1 Illustrated Training Manual. MS – 18 : Standard, Reference Standards, Appendices-A, B, C & D : This topic discusses Appendix A, B, C & D of UMC-1 the students will gain greater understanding of UMC standard 2-2 and 6.2, standard 6-2 standard for metals. And UMC Standard 6-2 standard metal ducts. UMC standard 6-5 standards for installation of factory made air ducts. Procedure for Gas equipment in operation. Installation and testing of oil (liquid) or fuel fired equipment. MS – 19 : Introduction to Green Concepts: Based on the need this topic covers introduction to alternate energy systems, alternate cooling and heating systems, NonConventional Energy sources and its application in green buildings. MS – 20 : Introduction to Product Listing Procedure : This topic covers the need for introduction of third party testing and listing of mechanical products including but not limited to heating ventilation an Air-Conditioning products. Assignment 5 : Draw layout and sizing of integrated power plant and centralized HVAC plant including cooling tower layout, for a selected case for study. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 12 Mechanical Supervisor Course: The objective of this program is to train and equip mechanical Installation, Commissioning and O&M Managers/Supervisors to equip with code based on education programme for imparting training on latest knowledge in the related codes & standards applicable to the mechanical trade keeping in view of the present and future global industrial requirements. So that semi-skilled/skilled man power of the country may become enable to compete in the global market.
  • 14. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Assignment 6: Visit any HVAC work site and submit a report on observations and recommendations based on the provisions of UMC-1 Project Work: Students are allowed to select the topic of their project work subject to approval of the scope by the faculty. Maximum 4 students can work in a group for a common topic. Students are expected to visit the site, shops, etc. They can discuss the topic with manufactures, owners, consultants, contractors and mechanics. The project report comprising drawings, sketches, photographs and description must be elaborate to cover the topic in its entirely. The drawings should specify sizing: must accompany appropriate design calculations and the report should be hand written. The oral examination based on the project work submitted. Shall be conducted in the presence of an external examiner. Note: Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC) book of worth will be given free of cost Course Duration: 60 days @ 3hrs a day Batch Schedule: 6th of Every Month & 21st of Every Month ( Institute remain closed on Sundays & Govt. Public Holidays ) Minimum Qualification Requirement: Fresh Diploma/Graduate in Mechanical/ Civil Environment/ Architect or Basic Graduate ITI with 1 – 2 years of work experience, PUC with 5 years of work experience in relevant field © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 13 Mechanical Supervisor Course: The objective of this program is to train and equip mechanical Installation, Commissioning and O&M Managers/Supervisors to equip with code based on education programme for imparting training on latest knowledge in the related codes & standards applicable to the mechanical trade keeping in view of the present and future global industrial requirements. So that semi-skilled/skilled man power of the country may become enable to compete in the global market.
  • 15. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Electrical Design & Drafting Electrical Course Fundamentals of Electrical Eng.     Types of electricity & Sources of electricity Generation, Transmission & distribution of electricity Ohms law Symbols Definitions, Terms & terminologies Important formulas Codes & Standards to be followed        Indian electricity rules. National electrical code of India(NEC) National building code of India (NBC) Applicable standards issued by Bureau of Indian standards (BIS) Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Regulations of local fire authorities Requirements stipulated by Pollution control Board for Noise, Air & Water Pollution Electrical Equipment Selection & Sizing used in installation          Control devices, Measuring devices Circuit protection devices Transformers, Diesel generators Capacitors, Bus ducts, Bus bars, Cables (HT/LT) & wires, Motors & Pumps Luminaries –General & Emergency Isolators & socket outlets UPS/Inverter & Battery banks Earthing or Grounding, Lightning arrestor Building Management Systems (BMS) Means of electrical distribution for installation   Panels (HT/LT)/Switch Board/Motor control centres (MCC’s)/Final Distribution boards (DB’s) Cable trays, trunking or raceways, conduits & underground Pipes (Concrete/PVC) Major electrical loads used in the installation   Lighting load – Internal & external Utility power load HVAC loads like Chillers, AHU’s, FCU’s, Pumps, Fans etc. PHE & FF loads like Water transfer pumps, Booster pumps, Fire Fighting pumps, Jockey pumps etc. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 14 MEP Centre equips students to become a professional in Electrical – Building Services Industry. We train in such a way that the industry will invite you and offer jobs. The Course curriculum is designed to provide knowledge and expertise in the Design, Analysis, Installation, and Maintenance & Testing of Building Electrical Systems per NEC & NFPA Guidelines
  • 16. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Electrical design calculations         Load & maximum demand calculation, Transformer sizing calculation DG sizing calculation, Short circuit calculation Voltage drop calculation Capacitor sizing calculation Cable sizing calculation Earthing Design & Lay out, Lighting calculation, UPS/Inverter sizing calculation, Battery sizing calculation Lifts (Elevator) load Computer & data centre (Server) loads for office building Cables Selection, Sizing and Cable Routing Various design stages & Sequence of electrical design procedure      Understanding the building plans, elevations & sections. Gathering specific data from the utilities (Electricity board) Understanding clients specific requirements Assessment of the type of installation like outdoor/indoor substation (Point of supply) Preparation of basis of design which should include the cost estimate. Schematic design stage    Preparation of Load calculation to arrive maximum peak demand Sizing of all Equipment, cables, cable trays. Electrical design calculations Preparation of single line schematic of electrical distribution system with metering options Preparation of equipment layouts like Substation, plant rooms. Preparation of lighting, small power, earthing & miscellaneous layouts Preparation of technical specification Detailed design stage     Preparation of detail layouts including sectional details wherever required Coordination with other services like HVAC,PHE & FF layouts Preparation of bill of quantities(BOQ) Issue for tender Construction design stage:(Generally this stage is performed by electrical Contractors Preparation of shop drawings based on the tender drawings issued by © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 15 Electrical Course MEP Centre equips students to become a professional in Electrical – Building Services Industry. We train in such a way that the industry will invite you and offer jobs. The Course curriculum is designed to provide knowledge and expertise in the Design, Analysis, Installation, and Maintenance & Testing of Building Electrical Systems per NEC & NFPA Guidelines
  • 17. MEP Centre   Academic Prospectus Electrical consultants for installation. After installation the entire installation shall be tested & commissioned with the respective authorities. As built drawings shall be prepared and handed over to client’s representative. Project Work  Two live projects have to be completed before getting the certificate and Placement Assistance © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 16 Electrical Course MEP Centre equips students to become a professional in Electrical – Building Services Industry. We train in such a way that the industry will invite you and offer jobs. The Course curriculum is designed to provide knowledge and expertise in the Design, Analysis, Installation, and Maintenance & Testing of Building Electrical Systems per NEC & NFPA Guidelines
  • 18. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Plumbing PHE Plumbing Course Plumbing Systems            Fundamentals of Plumbing System Introduction, Definitions, Concepts Fixtures, Faucets and Fixture fittings Wash Basin Water Closet Bidet Bath Tub Shower Urinals Kitchen Sink Floor Drain Design of Domestic Water Supply and Distribution System                        Requirements of Water Supply System Water Demand Calculations Water Storage Calculations Underground Sump(UGS) sizing Elevated storage Reservoir(ESR) sizing Internal Water Supply System Direct Pumping System Hydro-pneumatic system Over Head tank distribution system Design Procedure for Internal Water Supply System Flow rate(q) & Loading Unit(z) – From Probability equation Hazen Williams Formula for Head Loss Calculation Internal Water Supply Pipe sizing calculations Pumping Calculations – HP/Watts Number of Tapping to be connected in Bigger Diameter Pipe Material used in Internal water supply system External Water Supply System Number of Population served Number of Fixtures served by Each Pipe Design Procedure for External Water Supply System External Water Supply Pipe Sizing Calculations Material used in External water supply system Water Supply Schematic Layout Design of Sanitary Drainage System     Requirements of Sanitary Drainage System Types of Sanitary Drainage Systems Single stack system Single stack (partially ventilated) system © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 17 MEP Centre equips students to have opportunities as Plumbing Design/Project/Site Engineer in the Plumbing – Building Services Industry. The Course curriculum is designed to provide knowledge and expertise in the Design, Analysis, Installation, Maintenance and Testing of Plumbing Systems per UPC Guidelines.
  • 19. MEP Centre              Academic Prospectus One Pipe System Two Pipe System System requirement for Internal Sanitary Drainage System Internal Sanitary Drainage Pipe Sizing Calculations Design Procedure for External Sanitary Drainage System External Sanitary Drainage Pipe Sizing Calculations Calculation of Slope by Manning’s formula Calculating Depth of Inspection Chamber/ Manholes Sanitary Drainage Schematic Layout Design of Storm Water Drainage System Using Continuity Equation, Manning’s Formula and Rational Formula Storm Water Drainage Pipe Sizing Calculations Material used in Sanitary Drainage system Introduction to the specialized PHE   Schematic Layout of Water Treatment Plants Schematic Layout of Sewage Treatment Plants Plumbing Drawings  Typical Floor Plan - Plumbing Layout  Toilet Plan & Elevations  Enlarged Toilet - Plumbing Layout  Toilet Fixtures Mounting Details  Enlarged Kitchen & Utility - Plumbing Layout  Water Supply, Drainage & RWP – Schematic Fire Fighting Systems Processes  Fundamentals of Fire Protection System  Introduction  Definitions  Requirements of Fire Protection System  Fire extinguisher  Hose Reel  Dry Riser  Wet Riser  Down Comer  Yard Hydrant  Automatic Sprinkler system Introduction to the Fire Detection Application Design of Fire Protection Schematic Layouts and Pipe Sizing Design of Fire Water Storage and Pumping Calculations Project Work Two live projects have to be completed before getting the certificate and Placement Assistance © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 18 Plumbing Course MEP Centre equips students to have opportunities as Plumbing Design/Project/Site Engineer in the Plumbing – Building Services Industry. The Course curriculum is designed to provide knowledge and expertise in the Design, Analysis, Installation, Maintenance and Testing of Plumbing Systems per UPC Guidelines.
  • 20. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Plumbing Construction Management Course – International Valid Certificate PCM-1 INTRO TO CODES AND STANDERS (2 HOURS) This topic will provide the student with better understanding of the development, roles and uses of codes and standards in the construction industry. Source material for this course is chapter 3 of the UPC-I code and the UPC-I illustrated training manual Approval, AHJ, alternative materials, minimum standards sewers required, industrial wastes, workman ship, prohibited fittings and practices water conservation, protection of pipelines and structures, water proofing, rat proofing, hangers and supports, trenching, types of joints. PCM-2 ARCHITEURAL AND STRUCTURAL COORDINATION (6 HOURS) This topic deals with various architectural and structural provisions to be made during the planning stage. Few selected cases shall be discussed. Many standard texts books in architecture and engineering by reputed authors are available as source material. Specific focus on plumbing activities is required. A site visit with the faculty is essential. Local municipal laws relating to plumbing and basic information on fire static water requirements. Spaces required for various sanitary facilities, plumbing shafts, water tanks and pump rooms, centralized hot water system,, coordination with the architects. Structural parameters such as sunken and toilets, location of columns and beams post- tension slabs, importance of lead walls. PCM -3 PLUMBING TERMINOLOGY (4 HOURS) This topic covers the terminology of the trade. Definition for most words can be found in a dictionary, but thre are technical is trade terms which takes on a special meaning when used in relation to plumbing. The purpose of these courses is defined those terms for the students. Source material for this course is chapter-2 of the UPC-I Code and UPC –I illustrated training manual. Understanding of plumbing terminology will provide the students with insight into the development of the art of plumbing. A list of abbreviations associate with the trade is included in this course. PCM- PLUMBING FIXTURES AND FIXTURE FITTINGS (6 HOURS) This topic will provide the student with a better understanding of code requirements relating to installed receptacles, © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 19 Plumbing Construction Management Course This course certificate is valid internationally. The course content is developed by Indian Plumbing Association (IPA) and IAPMO India. Certificate: Certificate will be issued by Dhanush EnggServices (India) Pvt.Ltd., IPA & IAPMO. Qualification: Any Degree or Experience. Job/Designation: Plumbing Site Engineer or Supervisor
  • 21. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus devices, are appliances that are supplied with water or that receive liquid or liquid-borne wastes and discharges such waste into the drainage system to which it may be directly or indirectly connected. Source material for this course is chapter-4 of the UPC-I Code and UPC –I illustrated training manual. Plumbing fixtures, water conserving fixtures , water closets , bidets, urinals, fluxing devices, lavatories, both/ showers, kitchen sinks , water coolers, drinking fountain close watchers mop sinks, overflow, strainers, prohibited fixtures, installation standards, strainers, floor drains, floor soaps, location of valves, hot water temperature, and table of minimum plumbing facilities. Assignment 1: Draw the toilet layouts, plans, elevation suction of a selected case for study. Give dimensions. PCM – 5 TRAPS AND INTERCEPTORS (HOURS) These topics covers the requirements related to proper installation of traps and inter sectors in residential and industrial settings. Source material for this course is Chapter10 of the UPC-I code and the UPC-I illustrated training manual. Traps required, trap arms, developed length, trap seals, venting to traps, trap primers, prohibited traps, building traps, clarifiers, grease inspectors, sizing, FOG disposal, oil and sand interceptors. PCM-6 INDIRECT WASTE (2HOURS) This topic covers the two forms of a discharge available for indirect waste piping depending upon the nature of the contents or systems served by the fixture, appliance or equipment. Requirements for specific types of installations and the proper methods to install indirect waste piping are discussed. Source material for this course is chapter-8 of the UPC-I Code and UPC –I illustrated training manual. Air – gap, food establishments , sink traps, dish washers, drinking fountains, waste receptors, sterile equipment, appliances, condensers, chemical wastes, point of discharge , venting. Introduction to pipe sizing. PCM- 7 SANITARY DRAINAGE (6 HOURS) This topic deals with the design of drainage systems based on a single pipe fully vented arrangement and the requirements of building sewer systems. This subject matter discusses the © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 20 Plumbing Construction Management Course This course certificate is valid internationally. The course content is developed by Indian Plumbing Association (IPA) and IAPMO India. Certificate: Certificate will be issued by Dhanush EnggServices (India) Pvt.Ltd., IPA & IAPMO. Qualification: Any Degree or Experience. Job/Designation: Plumbing Site Engineer or Supervisor
  • 22. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus methods and material to collect, transport and dispose of waste. Source material for this course is chapter-7 of the UPCI Code and UPC –I illustrated training manual. The two pipes fully ventilated systems commonly used in India also discussed. Demonstrations of various pipes manufacture must be part of practical. Preamble, Pipe material and jointing methods, Special joints, fixture connections (Drainage), hydraulic jump, change in direction of flow, T & Y fittings, clean outs , pipe grading, fixtures below invert levels, studs relief, testing, building sewers, testing’s, sumps and pumps, public sewers, sewage disposals. Introduce DFU, sizing of horizontal and vertical pipes. PCM-8 VENTS (2 HOURS) This topic covers need of vents and proper placement in the drainage system. Source material for this course is chapter 9 of the UPC-I code and the UPC-I illustrated training manual. Vent requirement, trap seal protection, material, vent connections, flood rim level, termination, vent stacks, water curtain and hydraulic jump, horizontal and vertical wet venting, combination waste and vent system,cleanouts,venting of interceptors. Introduction to vent sizing, sizing of combination vents etc. Assignment 2: Prepare layout of internal and external (outside the toilet) SWRV pipes and fittings of a selected case for study. If possible, write pipe diameter. Assignment 3: topic presentation Based on the topic covered in this semester, students can select any topic; refer to codes, text books, professional magazines, technical papers published and websites of manufacturers and make a presentation in 10 minutes. Students can work in a group of two. The presentation shall be reviewed along with an external examiner. Marks are assigned for both, the contents as well s presentations. PCM-9 STORM DRAINAGE (4 HOURS) This topic provides the guidelines to collect/capture the storm water and discharge it in a safe and efficient manner. Source material for this course is chapter 11 of the UPC-I code and the UPC-I illustrated training manual. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 21 Plumbing Construction Management Course This course certificate is valid internationally. The course content is developed by Indian Plumbing Association (IPA) and IAPMO India. Certificate: Certificate will be issued by Dhanush EnggServices (India) Pvt.Ltd., IPA & IAPMO. Qualification: Any Degree or Experience. Job/Designation: Plumbing Site Engineer or Supervisor
  • 23. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Strom drain required, prohibited connections, sub soil,drains,gutters/channels/scuppers, window areaway drains, roof drains, strainers, leaders, conductors and connections , symphonic drains,unground drains, materials, traps required , prohibited installations, testing. Introduction to sizing o channels, rain water harvesting. PCM- 10 WATER SUPPLIES (6 HOURS) This topic will introduce students to the potable and nonpotable water supply and distribution systems. Topics discussed include potable water storage, potable water piping, and drinking water treatment units. Source material for this course is chapter 6 of the UPC-I code and the UPC-I illustrated training manual. Demonstrations of various pipe manufacturers must be part of practices. Preamble , source of water , potable and non-potable water , reclaimed water , water storage , treatment, hot & cold water destitution system , back flow prevention, air gap, cross connection control, pipe materials and jointing methods, pressure controls, unions, thermal expansion, types of valves, installation and testing , disinfection, protection of underground pipes , color codes and arrow marking. Introduce WSFU sizing calculations. PCM – 11 SOLAR HOT WATER (2 HOURS) This topic covers provisions required for a centralized solar hot water system for multi apartment buildings with reference to pressure and temperature controls specified in Chapter 6 of UPC – I code and ITM. Expert guest speaker can be requested to cover this topic. Introduction to solar water systems. System components, panels, hot water tanks, electrical backup, safety measures, auto controls, hot water supply and return systems, various insulation materials , control valves, introduction to the other methods of hot water generation. PCM-12 GRAY- WATER SYSTEMS (2 HOURS) This topic provides the student with an understanding of gray water systems and reclaimed water systems. The system introduced in this course provide for a safe method to use waste water from lavatories, baths, showers and clothes washers for underground land scopes irrigation as well as reclaimed sanitary waste water (black water) to flush fixtures that don’t need potable water for their use. Source material for this course is chapter 16 of the UPC-I code and the UPC-I illustrated training manual. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 22 Plumbing Construction Management Course This course certificate is valid internationally. The course content is developed by Indian Plumbing Association (IPA) and IAPMO India. Certificate: Certificate will be issued by Dhanush EnggServices (India) Pvt.Ltd., IPA & IAPMO. Qualification: Any Degree or Experience. Job/Designation: Plumbing Site Engineer or Supervisor
  • 24. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Definition of gray water, specification and drawings, total gray water discharge, soul absorption, holding tanks, valves and piping. Reclaimed water systems, definition of reclaimed water, pipe identification, installation, science signs, valves, cross connections, inspection and testing, approved users. Assignment 4: Prepare layout of internal and external hot and cold water supply system including controls, for a selected case for study. PCM -13 PUMPS AND HYDRO-PNEUMATIC SYTEMS (3 HOURS) This topic covers various types of pumps for water supply, heat exchangers, waste water dewatering and sewage. Pressure boosting and hydro- pneumatic systems shall be elaborated along with the accessories and controls. Refer part II of chapter 6 of UPC-I and ITM. Expert guest speaker can be requested to cover this topic. PCM- 14 UPC-I APPENDICES (4 HOURS) This topic discusses appendix K and L UPC-I. The student will gain a greater understanding of (K) private sewage disposal system, and (L) alternate plumbing systems. (k) Where permitted, septic tanks, leach lines/leach beds. Seepage pits, soil properties, interceptors, construction, maintenance, industrial waste, location of sewage disposals, approvals. (L) Engineered plumbing systems, WSFU and DFU, drainage and vent systems, introduction to vacuumed drainage, single. Assignment 5: Draw layout of external development comprising storm drainage, underground sewer cold water supply, for a selected case for study. PCM-15 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (6 HOURS) This topic covers various aspects of managing plumbing installations at the site. Many standard text books by reputed authors are available on the topic of “construction management as source material. Specific focus on plumbing activities is required. A site visit with the faculty is essential. Institutes own faculty can teach this topic. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 23 Plumbing Construction Management Course This course certificate is valid internationally. The course content is developed by Indian Plumbing Association (IPA) and IAPMO India. Certificate: Certificate will be issued by Dhanush EnggServices (India) Pvt.Ltd., IPA & IAPMO. Qualification: Any Degree or Experience. Job/Designation: Plumbing Site Engineer or Supervisor
  • 25. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Organization charts, inter –organization relations, co– ordinations of other agencies, role of engg-in-charge, safety and security, working at heights and confide spaces accident reporting. Inventory, material ordering and stacking, testing, record keeping, measurements and building. Time and cost analysis. Specifications writing, resources planning, take off quantities (BOQ), and cost estimates of few plumbing items. Break down activitities, activity sequence and actively period for few selected cases. Plumbing Construction Management Course ASSIGNMENT 6: Visit any plumbing site and submit a report on observations and recommendations based on the provisions of UPC-I. PROJECT WORK: Students are allowed to select the topic of their project work subject to approvals of the scope by the faculty. Maximum four students can work in the group of a common topic. Students are expected to visit the site, shops, etc. They can discuss the topic with the manufacturers, owners, consultants, contractors, and plumber’s .the project report comprising drawings, sketches, photo graphs and description must be elaborate ton cover the topic in its entirety. The drawings should specify dimensions and the report should be hand written. The oral examination based on the project work submitted, shall be conducted in the presence of an externals examiner. Exam: You need to pass the exam conducted by Dhanush, IPA and IAPMO to get the certificate, exams can be conducted at Hyderabad, New Delhi and Thrissur © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 24 This course certificate is valid internationally. The course content is developed by Indian Plumbing Association (IPA) and IAPMO India. Certificate: Certificate will be issued by Dhanush EnggServices (India) Pvt.Ltd., IPA & IAPMO. Qualification: Any Degree or Experience. Job/Designation: Plumbing Site Engineer or Supervisor
  • 26. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Process Piping Design & Drafting 1. Fundamentals of piping Engineering.  Definition of Pipe and piping.  Application of Piping.  Introduction of process plants.  Differences between tube and pipe, and its applications.  Piping Standards.  Line specification and its importance.  Pipe ends, joining types and application.  Pressure class rating.  NPS, DN and OD. 2. Valves : ASME Standards  Applications.  Operation.  Orientation.  Drawing symbols  Dimensions.  Pressure Drop.  Back flow.  Standards.  Selections.  Specifications.  Types of valve – Gate, globe, needle, ball, plug, pinch, diaphragm, PSV, PRV, Butterfly, NRV, Diverting, mixing, knife, blow down, flow control valve, etc., 3. Flanges  Pipe Flange  Joining methods  Stub- in.  Stub- on.  Stub-end.  Flange standards.  Applications.  Drawing symbols.  Dimensions and pressure class rating selection.  Types of flanges  Slip on flange.  Threaded.  Orifice.  Weld neck.  Socket.  Blind.  Reduced.  Lap joint.  Flange and.  Spades and sceptical blinds. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 25 Piping Course Piping course is the complete curriculum of Pressure Piping Code, upon completion of the training course the participant shall be a complete piping professional. The course curriculum is integrated with Process Plant Layout and Equipment, Oil & Gas Pipeline Design, Piping Stress Analysis, Process Piping Drafting, Liquid Pipeline Hydraulics, and Fire Safety Piping.
  • 27. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus 4. Fittings  Standards.  Dimensions.  Symbolic representations.  Applications.  Design concepts.  Specification.  Types. (900 LR & SR, 450 LR & SR.)  Bends - 1800 LR &SR, miter bends.  Branch connections – ss a. Straight (Equal Tees, Unequal Tees). b. Cross-Tees.  Reducers /Expands. (Concentric, Eccentric)  Olets (Weldolets, Sockets,Threadolets, Latrolets, Elbolets,Sweepolets, Thermolets, Flageolets etc.)  Couplings.(Full, Half , Reducing, Unions)  Special fittings.(Traps, Expansion bellows , Expansion loops ,Strainers) 5. Gaskets  Types of gaskets.  Selection @ process fluids.  Specification.  Standards.  Types of flange facings.(Flat., Raised face,RTJ )  Flange face finishing.(Tangent grooves, Radio graphics and Concentric gloves) 6. Isometrics Drawing generations  Drawing generations  Straight isometric.  Single rolling isometric  Double rolling isometric.  Drawings Extractions. 7. MTO’s.  Zero level MTO  Intermediate MTO  Finalized MTO 8. PFD and P&ID’s  Process Flow Diagram (PFD).  Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID).  Development of P&ID from formulae.  Symbolic representation.  Process flow.  Reading of P&ID (Line list, Equipment list.)  Development of piping diagrams with PFD and P&ID.  Instruments, loop diagrams, symbols.  Utility flow diagrams. © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 26 Piping Course Piping course is the complete curriculum of Pressure Piping Code, upon completion of the training course the participant shall be a complete piping professional. The course curriculum is integrated with Process Plant Layout and Equipment, Oil & Gas Pipeline Design, Piping Stress Analysis, Process Piping Drafting, Liquid Pipeline Hydraulics, and Fire Safety Piping.
  • 28. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Piping Course 9. General arrangement diagrams  Extraction of isometrics and MTO’s  Development of detailed diagrams 10. Pressure drop calculations  Straight pipes.  Valves, fittings and components.  Pressure Drop in  Liquid line.  Gasses lines and.  Multi fluid lines.  Fluid flow in pipe line.  Types of flows. 11. Pipe supports.  Importance of Supports.  Classification of supports.  Rigid.  Hanger.  Flexible and Restraints  Standards.  Span and specification.  Applications.  Representation.  Rigid (Shoe ,Saddle ,Trunnion, Dummy leg, Base adjustment Support and Sleeper) Flexible (Constant load, Variable Load) Restraints (Guide, Roller, Anchor Supports.) 12. Pipe Racks (Design Concepts, Width and height calculations, Spacing spans). (Pipe arrangements, Process Pipeline, Utilities. Cable Trays.) 13. Pipe thickness calculations. (Schedule Selections.) 14. Importance of Stress analysis. (Sustained Loads, Occasional Loads, Expunction Loads.) (Primary stress, Secondary stress, Peak Stress.) 15. Pump Head.  Pump head Calculations.  Closed System and Open system.  Design Concepts.  NPS Ha.  NPS Hr – Cavitation’s.  Applications.  Pumps Selection. 16. Pump Piping Basic. (All types of applications, Rooting Concepts of Piping for a pump.) © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 27 Piping course is the complete curriculum of Pressure Piping Code, upon completion of the training course the participant shall be a complete piping professional. The course curriculum is integrated with Process Plant Layout and Equipment, Oil & Gas Pipeline Design, Piping Stress Analysis, Process Piping Drafting, Liquid Pipeline Hydraulics, and Fire Safety Piping.
  • 29. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus 17. Plot Plan.  Equipment layout.  Piping Layout.  Preparation Of equipment layout- Factors consideration, Battery limits and Bund walls.  Concepts.  Sample Layouts.  Importance. 18. Piping Layout.  Complete Design Concepts.  Pumps  Vessels  Racks / Tracks  Hazardous  Head Room clearances  Control Stations  Drain Pipelines  Vent Pipelines  Process Pipelines  Safety  Maintenance  Operation. etc. 19. Two Live Projects. Piping 3D Modelling Software available © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 28 Piping Course Piping course is the complete curriculum of Pressure Piping Code, upon completion of the training course the participant shall be a complete piping professional. The course curriculum is integrated with Process Plant Layout and Equipment, Oil & Gas Pipeline Design, Piping Stress Analysis, Process Piping Drafting, Liquid Pipeline Hydraulics, and Fire Safety Piping.
  • 30. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Revit MEP Introduction to BIM : Building Information Modelling Building Information Modelling for MEP Engineering, BIM Software an overview Revit MEP Basics: Exploring the User Interface, Ribbon Framework, Guidelines for Using the User Interface, About Building Elements, About Families, Basic Drawing Tools, Basic Modifying Tools Viewing the Model: About Views, Creating Views, View Properties, View Templates, Object Visibility Settings, About Section Views, About Elevation Views, About 3D Views Starting a New Project: About Projects, Project Settings, About Project Templates, About Revit File Types, Creating Project Templates, Linking Revit Models, Linking Revit Architecture Projects, About Mechanical Settings, About Electrical Settings, Importing and Editing DWG Details HVAC Systems: Creating an HVAC System, Adding Mechanical Equipment and Air Terminals, Creating and Modifying Ductwork, Ducts and Duct Fittings, Duct Accessories, An over View to Energy Analysis Piping Systems: Creating Hydronic Piping, Pipes and Pipe Fittings, Pipe Accessories Plumbing Systems: Creating Plumbing Systems, Adding Plumbing Fixtures, Adding Plumbing Equipment, Plumbing Pipes and Pipe Fittings, Assigning slope to the Drainage Pipes © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 29 Revit MEP HVAC Course offers core curriculum covering with topics like fundamentals, cooling load & heat loss calculations, central heating system design, air distribution system design, chilled water system design, chilled water piping design, commercial ventilation system design, kitchen ventilation system design, VAV system design, equipment selection with live projects.
  • 31. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Fire Protection Systems: Revit MEP Creating Fire Protection Systems, Adding Sprinklers, Pipe and Pipe Fittings HVAC Course offers core curriculum covering with topics like fundamentals, cooling load & heat loss calculations, central heating system design, air distribution system design, chilled water system design, chilled water piping design, commercial ventilation system design, kitchen ventilation system design, VAV system design, equipment selection with live projects. Electrical Systems: Adding Light Fixtures, Adding Devices, Modelling Cable Tray, Adding Cables and Electrical Equipment Families: Introduction to Families, Basic Family Creation tools, Creation of families, Duct Pipe and Electrical connectors, Editing of Existing Families Detailing and Drafting: Creating Callout Views, Working with Detail Views, Working with Drafting Views Annotations and Schedules: Adding Tags, Adding Dimensions, Symbols, and Text, Creating Legends, Working with Schedules, Collaboration: Running an Interference Check, Multiple Disciplines and Linked Files, Interference report Work sets and Work sharing: Concepts of Revit Work sharing, Creating the Central File, Creating Work sets, Understanding How Central and Local Files communicate, Closing a Work shared Project, Understanding Editing Requests, Detaching a File from Central Printing and Publishing : Introduction to Printing, Managing Print Settings, Printing to PDF, Printing to DWF © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 30 Duration: 60 hours @ 2hrs a Day
  • 32. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Programme Calendar At Hyderabad Branch Process Piping : Every month 1st (10am to 4pm) & 16th (10am to 4pm) HVAC Design & Drafting : Every month 6th (10am to 1pm) & 21st (3pm to 6pm) Electrical Design & Drafting : Every month 6th (10am to 12noon) & 21st (4pm to 6pm) Plumbing PHE : Every month 6th (7am to 9am) & 21st (7am to 9am) Mechanical Supervisor course ( HVAC ) : Every month 6th (10am to 1pm) & 21st (3pm to 6pm) At Delhi Branch Process Piping : Every month 1st (2pm to 6pm) HVAC Design & Drafting : Every month 6th (10am to 1pm) & 21st (3pm to 6pm) Electrical Design & Drafting : Every month 6th (10am to 12noon) & 21st (4pm to 6pm) Plumbing PHE : Every month 6th (9am to 11am) & 21st (11am to 1pm) Mechanical Supervisor course ( HVAC ) : Every month 6th (10am to 1pm) & 21st (3pm to 6pm) At Thrissur, Kerala Branch HVAC Design & Drafting ( Fast Track ) : Every month 1st (10am to 4pm) & 15th (10am to 4pm) Note: Institute remains closed on all Sundays and Public Holidays These courses are available as E-Learning modules For details register at www.mepcentre.com/academic_register.html or mail to info@meptrainings.com © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 31
  • 33. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Programme Enrolment The MEP Centre helps you reinvent your career. If you are looking for the catalyst that will help you switch careers or enhance an existing career path, then the MEP Centre is the right place for you. It offers you the Academic Courses, which is unique, comprehensive and, global in its outlook. If you have the drive and vision, the MEP Centre can provide you with the experience, knowledge, and skills you need to take your career to the next level in the space of an academic course. At the MEP Centre, we take in the best of applicants who can contribute to the diversity of the class and thereby, add to the overall learning experience. We look to recruit students from a variety of backgrounds, nationalities, education and work experiences, to create a vibrant and diverse learning environment. To be eligible for admission, you must meet the following requirements:  3 Passport size photos  Government of India Issued ID Card (Passport or Aadhar Card)  Address proof  Copies of Educational Certificates We welcome you to the MEP Centre. For more information or questions, please contact admissions at info@meptrainings.com or Register at www.mepcentre.com/academic_register.html © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 32 In competitive markets that increasingly resemble a battle field, where do you, a YOUNG TALENT, find the much desirable shades of azure? The answer, as every MNC has acknowledged over the last decade, points to a YOUNG COUNTRY that also happens to be one of the most robust economies in the world. INDIA
  • 34. MEP Centre Academic Prospectus Placement Assistance: 1. Interviews will be provided across India & Abroad 2. Pre-requirement to get placement assistance will be passing exam conducted, completing the project work and submitting project report to faculty 3. Fresher’s CV would be shared with around 100+ clients 4. Candidates who fail in multiple interviews will be counselled and advised to find areas of improvements 5. Will share client requirements via Facebook also ( www.facebook.com/mepcentre ) Administrative Office: MEP Centre 2nd Floor, Lenin Building, Bhagyanagar colony, Hyderabad, AP, India-500072 Careers Day The Career Day is a crucial opportunity not to be missed. Esteemed firms will be attending this event to recruit the best students MEP Centre has to offer. This will be your chance to make the first leap into your career path. Training Campus: MEP Centre 2nd Floor, H.No:6-3-788/A/0, Durga Nagar Colony, Ameerpet, Hyderabad, AP, India. MEP Centre D-251, 3rd Floor, Aggarwal Building, Laxmi Nagar, New delhi-110092. MEP Centre H.No: 19/217/01,1st Floor, Kairali TV Building, BSNL Cottors Rd., Poothole, Opp:Merlin Hotel Back Side of Railway Station Thrissur, KERALA. For Admissions: Register at www.mepcentre.com/academic_register.html or mail to info@meptrainings.com . © 2013 MEP Centre. All Rights Reserved. 33

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