Fluid fundamental training

Engineered Software Inc., an independent technology company developing next generation hydraulic analysis software has announced a new division, Fluid fundamental training. The first new product from Fluid fundamentals training, titled Piping system fundamentals, provides a comprehensive look at liquid piping systems and how they work. Piping system fundamentals is a two-day course using a minimum of math formulas with an emphasis on understanding the relationships between components making up a piping system. The course awards continuing educational credits or professional development hours upon completion. The first of the six training courses is set for 26-27 March 2008, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Ray Hardee, Professional Engineer and Chief Engineer for Engineered Software Inc., will provide live instruction for the courses. The new training class covers piping basics, the ins and outs of pipelines, pumps, and other components, as well as discusses how to minimize capital, operating and maintenance costs involved in system operation. Attendees are given the newest version of the CRANE Technical Paper No. 410 (TP410) and the new book Piping system fundamentals: the complete guide to gaining a clear picture of your piping system, written by the course instructor Ray Hardee, P.E.

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