PTRT 2459
Petroleum Computer Applications

Western Texas College

  1. Basic Course Information
    1. Computer applications used in the petroleum industry. Includes the automation of open and closed loop systems.
    2. Any required prerequisites: None
  2. Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Describe the different computer systems used to monitor and control petroleum processes; and troubleshoot components and operating systems of modern process control.
  3. Major Course Requirements
    1. Lab Attendance
    2. Final Exam
  4. Information on Books and Other Course Materials
    1. Book: None
  5. Other Policies, Procedures and Important Dates are available in the Catalog.
  6. Course Organization and Schedule

Disclaimer:  Schedule and content is subject to change at the instructor’s discretion.

WEEK 1: Microsoft PowerPoint
WEEK 2: Microsoft Excel
WEEK 3: Microsoft Word
WEEK 4: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 1 Part 1: The History of Pipe and Piping Components
WEEK 5: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 1 Part 2:  Instrumentation and Piping Specifications
WEEK 6: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 2 Part 1: Pumps and Compressors and Heat Exchangers
WEEK 7: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 2 Part 2: Vessels and Tanks
WEEK 8: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 3 Part 1: Process Engineering Workflow
WEEK 9: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 3 Part 2: P&IDs
WEEK 10: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 4 Part 1: Basic Plant Arrangement
WEEK 11: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 4 Part 2: 3D Piping Layout
WEEK 12: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 5 Part 1: Orthographic Drawing Symbology
WEEK 13: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 5 Part 2: Orthographic Drawing Views
WEEK 14: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 6 Part 1: Isometric and Spool Drawings
WEEK 15: Autodesk Plant 2014 Unit 6 Part 2: Reports
WEEK 16: Finals

Grading

Class/Lab Assignments

60%

Tests

20%

Final Exam

20%

 

 

Last Modified: August 19, 2015