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SKPT 106 - Pipefitters Handbook

Credits: 3
Explores mathematical calculations including geometry and trigonometry. Includes: pipe bends, linear expansion of piping, tank capacities, leverage, methods of layout angles, pipe-fitting calculations, pipe-welding layout, and reference tables.

Prerequisite(s): SKMA 097  or MTH 097  with a grade of “C” or better
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 45 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: No

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Understand plumbing symbols and associated piping configurations.
    1. Study and demonstrate plumbing vocabulary.
    2. Use some mathematics to solve set, run, and travel.
    3. Identify safe practices regarding piping systems and their relationship to plumbing code.
    4. Perform calculations for simple bends, wrinkle bends, single offset bends, double offset bends, and expansion bends.
    5. Show understanding through calculations of linear expansion of piping.
    6. Perform methods of laying out angles, squares, elliptical-shaped hole on steel plate, bolt holes on flanges, and ring gaskets.
  2. Use basic mathematics and trigonometric functions to solve piping problems.
    1. Layout wrap around, two-piece 90 and 45-degree turns; four-piece 90 degree turns.
    2. Determine the length of cut pieces for three and four-piece 90-degree turns.
    3. Use and interpret reference tables to gather information about piping, fittings, and other fittings for piping systems.



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