Oil & Gas, Power Plant and Industrial Facilities Engineering – Part 4 | Plant Layout

See also:

  1. Oil & Gas, Power Plant and Industrial Facilities Engineering – Part 1 | Project Management
  2. Oil & Gas, Power Plant and Industrial Facilities Engineering – Part 2 | Process Flow Design
  3. Oil & Gas, Power Plant and Industrial Facilities Engineering – Part 3 | Equipment Acquisition

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Plant Layout Paradigm

The approach to designing a plant layout is to reverse engineer the purposes and performance of the facility. Oil and gas facilities require equipment to be arranged in certain flow process direction. An analysis of the fluids being processed in the plant often determine the type of equipment to be installed. From these steps a preliminary layout can be generated.

3 Basic Concepts Considered during Plant Layout Design

The primary principles which dictate the arrangement of features are the Process Flow, Spacing Requirements and Safety.

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2 thoughts on “Oil & Gas, Power Plant and Industrial Facilities Engineering – Part 4 | Plant Layout

  1. I think there’s a mistake. The part 3 and part4 have th same yt videos linked. actual part 4 video is missing i suppose. Please check.

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