TEXVYN PRO-LEARN 2016

pro-learn2PRO-LEARN 2016, Texvyn’s initiative designed to transform engineering graduates into highly sought-after professionals. This flagship offering from Texvyn helps you develop relevant skills and launch your career. It is built to make your career future-proof and provide you with financial independence. The program includes customized training with personalized workbooks and industry-approved certifications. Texvyn is an ideal platform for those looking to launch their careers in Engineering EPC, Detail Engineering Consultants, Water Treatment Industry, Power Industry, Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Chemical, Pharmaceuticals etc.

 TECHNICAL:

The Texvyn Students will receive training and mentoring at the foundation, core, specialization and super-specialization levels for the appropriate technology track. The program is designed to strengthen your basic industry-required technical skills through hands-on application. We then build your core capabilities through a combination of theory, practice school sessions and on-job training. The program includes industry-relevant certifications for each track.

 COMMUNICATION:

We use globally-validated tools and content to help you improve your English language and communication skills. These are mapped to the Common European Framework Reference (CEFR). Our approach is designed to help you understand the main ideas of complex text and technical discussions. By enhancing your verbal communication skills, you will learn to express and explain your point of view, and interact fluently and confidently with peers and mentors in real-life, work-related situations.

 PROFESSIONAL:

 You will be trained to effectively use production suites like MS Office. You will also develop the necessary skills to gauge and understand behavioral and interpersonal dynamics such as team-building . Texvyn will help you learn to express your ideas persuasively, participate confidently in group discussions and engage professionally with your peers. Additionally, the program will focus on personal grooming, business etiquette and client service orientation.

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Leadership Program – 2016

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The Leadership Program offers its students the opportunity to discover what leadership in the engineering environment embodies & what today dynamic job market demands. The Program challenges and extends students, within a supportive learning environment, providing a platform for them to acquire technical & leadership skills which will serve them well beyond the transition from student to professional.

Commencing Leadership Program for June 2016. Enroll now to win guaranteed scholarship. Click Here to Enroll.

 

Pressure Vessel & Equipment Design Engineering.

Texvyn Technologies offers 3 months job oriented training program on
MECHANICAL DESIGN OF STATIC EQUIPMENT’S
Date of Commencement: 01 May 2016 | Time : Sunday 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM

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Pressure Vessel & Equipment Design Engineering.

Static equipment’s plays a major role in the Oil and Gas industry. Common static equipment’s used in the Oil and Gas industries are Pressure Vessels, Heat exchangers, Storage tanks & Distillation columns. The Mechanical Design of Process Equipment program was developed to offer continuing education opportunities to Mechanical Engineers and technical professionals who want to build their career in Oil & Gas sector. This course broadly covers design & construction including fabrication/testing of pressure vessels & other process equipment’s like heat exchangers, reactors & columns. The course is designed to give complete understanding of engineering codes & standards used in design of pressure vessels & other Process Equipment’s.Chemical Process Plants such as refineries, pharmaceutical and petrochemical plants are very complex plants in term of equipment, pipeline, instrumentation, electronics, control and power systems. Team of mechanical engineers play major roles to make safe, economical and well functional designs.
Course Benefit

Learn from Industry experts.

Eligible for leading EPC jobs.
Abroad Job Opportunities.
In-Depth Industry Knowledge.
Productivity from day one.
Exclusive Training on PV Elite
Free Texvyn membership.
100% Job Assistance.
Siemens accredited Certificate.
Industry Networking.
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Poor Employ-ability Ratio of Indian Engineering Graduates

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The India employability report by Aspiring Minds, a research firm, has bought out the obvious fact that the quality of the education system in India is, well, abysmal.

But it is the numbers that really dents the point home. Chennai, home to Anna University, one of the largest universities in India with about 400 colleges affiliated to it, has an employability rate of an awful 1%. Even the the state with the highest employability percentage, Delhi, is only at 13%. Bangalore, the so called ‘silicon valley of India’ is at a staggering 3.2%.

Clearly, something is horribly wrong with our technology education system & the mentality of students pursuing engineering. Students have no idea about the career options available after completing engineering. Below are the some mojor points which results in poor employability of Engineering graduates in the country.

  1. Outdated learning – Syllabus followed in our colleges is based on 90’s industrial practice, which have no relevance in todays technology based industry. This could be one reason why engineering students are not relevant to today’s industry.

  2. Theory vs Practice – The current education system poses a chasm between theory and practice. Very little of what is learnt at college can be put into practice in everyday life. Hence, the best performers of the system, which are the kids with the best grades, actually can do very little work and need to be separately trained for it. That’s an expense that not everyone in the industry wants to take.

  3. Exam culture – Learning is a continual process, and exams are a way to measure the extent of your learning. It is not the end all. Unfortunately, the grade of a graduate is the first filter for employment, and hence students lay emphasis on only the exam and not on learning the subject. This results in weak fundamentals, and hence, industry irrelevance.

  4. Lack of exposure – Given that the end goal of technical education is a placement in a college, the amount of exposure given to students about the industry is also very little. It is not until the final year of their college that they begin to understand what the industry really wants. An early exposure to industry can give students an idea of what is relevant in the industry, which they can learn in their own time.

  5. Bad career matching – Over the years, the lucrative opportunities that a professional life in the technology industry has provided, has made engineering sciences the de-facto choice for graduate studies. Weather or not the student has the aptitude for the stream is not taken into account, resulting in uninterested engineering candidates, who haven’t taken to their subjects as much as they should have, making them irrelevant to the industry.

The problem is fairly easy to solve for engineering and many like us are solving it at scale. We at Texvyn Technologies provides a professional & industrial courses which are backed with latest industrial tools. At Texvyn we ensure that students get the knowledge of latest industry know-how, best industry they can fit in depend on their caliber & competency, dedicated HR team to help them in their initial phase of job search, we keep our students updated with new upcoming technologies by means of  various work shops & technology days conducted at regular intervals. Below are the few benefits with Texvyn

  • Leading training institute with renowned Faculty.

  • Flexible Course duration.

  • Batch Flexibility & Timing Flexibility.

  • Siemens AG [Germany] Authorized Channel Partner.

  • Life Time Knowledge support.

  • 100% Job oriented training.

  • Limited Enrollment in each batch.

  • Online Training.

  • Real time Project [Industry Archived].

  • Free Texvyn Membership.

  • Self-Paced Learning Program.

  • Lifetime Job Networking.

 Our Strategic Partner/Associates:

Siemens [India] – Siemens AG is a German multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Berlin and Munich. It is the largest engineering company in Europe.

 QuickSolve [Malaysia] – QuickSolve is a Process Engineering Company offering services all the way from C2C (Concept to Commissioning) stages having work areas like offshore and onshore oil and gas process design, LNG and FLNG including JRU, and FSRU, Operating support (per-commissioning and commissioning), and coaching and mentoring programs to young graduates of oil companies.

 Dodsal Engineering And Construction P L [Dubai] – Engineering and Construction is the flagship business of the Dodsal Group. As part of Dodsal’s EPC business, it undertakes Engineering, Procurement and Construction projects as well as large scale complex Construction only Projects in the Energy, Industrial and Infrastructure sectors.

 Microdata Marine [India] – A leading business house based in Mumbai, forayed into Naval Architecture & Marine Services in 2006 with the launch of Microdata Marine Group. Microdata is backed by the wisdom and resources of a business house that was established in the year 1894.

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“Engineers Need Finishing Schools To Become Industry-Ready!”

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 Most of the students passing out do not get adequate opportunities to get the requisite on-the-job training/industry exposure while they are studying. This limits their technical know-how and competency to theory only, said Raghu Panicker, sales director- India, Mentor Graphics. If you are planning to make a career as an engineer, your studies will not end in the college! You have to go a stage beyond that and resort to finishing schools to become fully employable for the industry. Finishing schools have become a necessity for the engineering students in India. While colleges provide technical education, finishing schools add to it and teach students what is not taught in their books… the practical knowledge. EFYTimes.com spoke to Raghu Panicker, sales director- India, Mentor Graphics about the importance of finishing schools in making engineers employable. Excerpts:

Do engineering students need finishing schools for getting industry-ready?

In the industry we see a huge demand for technically competent engineering graduates and this demand has been growing year on year. However, the employability factor of the students passing out from various colleges and universities is very low. Most of the students passing out do not get adequate opportunities to get the requisite on-the-job training/industry exposure while they are studying. This limits their technical know-how and competency to theory only. A logical extension to this would be to have finishing schools that would help students to get the required Industry know-how & competency to be productive from day-one. These finishing schools should ensure they take the right students and give them proper guidance in partnership with leading technology leaders like Mentor Graphics.

What is wrong with the course taught in the colleges that the students do not become get ready for the industry after they pass out? Is there a need for the colleges to improve?

The main challenge today is not making the engineering graduates employable but also to ensure that there are more number of competent Industry ready engineers for better productivity & innovation. We have seen that Fresh engineering graduates who get hired by leading companies have to go through an Induction on Product engineering oriented or Process engineering oriented or focussed in-house training program. These programs are usually driven & guided by internal engineers, Managers & Product/process specialists and the same runs for over 4 to 6 months. These programs involve lot of efforts, time & costs for any corporate. Colleges can help the Industry by providing a well-planned framework that would encompass what the corporates need and accordingly train the engineers to be Industry ready. They could also partner with leading companies to frame finishing school concept to give the right mix and exposure that’s necessary and prepare them for challenges in the VLSI & Semiconductor Industry. The finishing school concept has always been used in the short run but I think it would be good if we really focus hard and having a finishing school with a long term vision.

What exactly is lacking in the students after they pass out from the colleges?

During the past students had very little exposure to Industry needs but now we have seen that students aswell as colleges try to give basic training to ensure good placements for the students. The students should overcome their lack in understanding the real-time exposure that’s required to be Industry ready and also should focus on basic communication skills to be successful. In the global scenario an engineering graduate can be successful only if he/she is able to communicate & present their respective technical capabilities as desired in their employment.

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Texvyn Technologies, Thane introducing Texvyn Finishing School for Engineers.

Below highlights about the course –

  • Professional & Personal Excellence Program
  • Step Up To Professional Excellence with Industry know-how
  • Certificate Program in Engineering Leadership & Executive Excellence
  • Better English for Professional Success [Add-on]

For more details on courses, please contact on 022-65201222 or write us on info@texvyn.in| Web: www.texvyn.in

Eligibility: DE | BE | B-Tech | ME | M-Tech

Importance of CAD Knowledge in the Engineering World

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It’s safe to say that computer-aided design, or CAD, revolutionized modern day engineering. CAD allows for the easier development of products and product management integration. It also allows for greater modeling and even provides a basis for virtual networking!

In the engineering world, CAD is extremely important and widely used to design and develop products to be used by consumers. This knowledge is a hot commodity for those employing engineers, because of its benefits in the engineering workplace.

CAD Drawing Benefits

CAD drawings offer the flexibility to draft and design in a digital sphere, which were previously done by hand. The digital format makes data handling easier, safer, and quicker. Prior hand drawn blueprints can be scanned and then can be expanded upon digitally. Many CAD programs are now using three-dimensional drawings to maximize productivity and provide quicker, better product results, allowing for the development of the tiniest details.

Project Management Benefits

CAD’s excellent ability for comprehensive documentation and communication allows for an easier product management environment. Team communication is simpler and less stressful due to the easy sharing properties. Engineers working in teams on complex projects can establish a CAD library, allowing for the storing and reference of certain projects.

CAD Networking

The information age has allowed CAD data to be shared throughout the industry, revolutionizing best practices. There are many virtual open CAD libraries providing a wealth of online resources for engineers.

Manufacturers can also supply CAD drawings of products for review before purchase in a way that could not be shared before, allowing for less travel and shipping.

Engineering professionals can also offer advice to the next generation of engineers. Online support is available through a variety of CAD networks.

The Texvyn Group can help you to develop a right Job Oriented Cad Skills. Contact us today for free career counseling & other job oriented courses.

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Career in Chemical Process Design Companies

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Chemical Process Design Companies play a vital role in bringing up new chemical industries and also provides solutions for retrofitting the old ones to increase the production level. This article helps fresh Chemical Engineers to provide an idea about various Chemical Design Companies and their services, Chemical Engineers job profile and skill set needed to achieve professional excellence. 

Services of Design Companies

 Chemical Process Design Companies carry out Technical and economic feasibility study, Technical audits, Performance and Optimization study, Engineering Procurement & construction, Project management etc

Basic engineering packages, Detailed engineering packages, HAZOP study, Operator training simulators are also developed as per the client requirement.

Most of the Chemical design companies have their own technology for manufacturing chemicals/ petrochemicals and so they provide Commissioning and start up assistance to achieve performance guarantee trial run of the plant.

Job Profile and Skill set Requirement

 Process Engineer, Heat transfer engineer require technical knowledge in Chemical Engineering along with Chemical Process Calculations. Hands on Experience in using Chemical Process Simulation software’s like Aspen Hysys, Aspen Plus, Chemcad PRO II, Unisim , Flarenet, and HTRI is an added advantage. Familiarity with standards like API, ASME, NFPA is also expected since Relief valve sizing, Hydraulics calculation, Equipment and line sizing  are also involves in the job of a process engineer. Shell Design Engineering Practices, Foster Wheeler Process Standards, Exxon Mobil Design Practices will also provide assistance in chemical process design.

Process Safety and Loss prevention engineer, Risk engineer roles require knowledge on Chemical Process Safety. Quantitative Risk Assesment – QRA, Process Hazard Analysis – PHA, Job Safety Analysis- JSA , Hazard & Operability Study – HAZOP are essential studies which is the part of safety engineers job. Softwares like PHAST, SAFETI is also used in their studies.

Startup Advisor, Training specialists & Technology Manager roles need troubleshooting skills along with chemical plant operating experience to excel in their job.

Good communication, negotiation and networking skills in Chemical Engineering conferences are expected for the jobs as Proposals engineer, Sales and Marketing engineer since techno commercial negotiation is the most sought part in their job.

Process Control Engineer develops operator simulator stations for their clients and helps in optimizing the process control philosophy of the plant. Familiarity with Process control systems like DCS, PLC, APC & ESD with logical reasoning skills will help to shine as Process control engineer.

R & D specialist involves in research study to bring in new technology and exploring better alternatives.

Exxon Mobil is one of the largest petrochemical companies in the world. Exxon Mobil holds the technology licensing for LDPE, EVA, PP, Paraxylene, Benzene, Phenolics and styrenics.

Axens is involved in Oil refining, Petrochemicals and Chemicals, Gases, Alternative Fuels, Water. Axens is recognized for its technology in BTX, Propylene, Paraxylene etc.

Headquatered in Switzerland, Casale is famous for its design and refurbishment of Ammonia, Methanol and Urea plants.

Netherland based LyondellBasell is a licensor for Poly propylene – PP & Poly ethylene – PE plants. Visit this interactive page about how products are used in day to day life.

Haldor Topsoe is a Denmark based company involved in Catalyst manufacture and process design and revamp of Ammonia and Methanol plants.

UOP – A Honeywell company, international supplier and licensor for the petroleum refining, gas processing and petrochemical plants. UOP technologies are used in Biodegradable detergents, Polyester and gasoline production.

KBR – A Texas based company employs around 27,000 people all over the world. KBR provides technology for Ammonia, Hydrogen, Coal Gasification, Carbon capture and storage, Olefin, Petrochemical Refining plants.

Some of the other leading Chemical Process Design companies include Technip, Saipem, Dow, Toyo, Linde, Lurgi, Stamicarbon, Lummus, Air Liquide, Uhde etc where Chemical Engineers have enormous opportunities to work with.

Hope this will help Chemical Engineers to land their dream job in Chemical Process design companies.

We at Texvyn Technologies, provide a unique training program which ensures young Chemical engineer 100% Job Guarantee**

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Safety Valves

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What are they?

‘A valve which automatically, without the assistance of any energy other than that of the fluid concerned, discharges a quantity of the fluid so as to prevent a predetermined safe pressure being exceeded, and which is designed to reclose and prevent further flow of fluid after normal pressure conditions of service have been restored’

Safety valves, as the name implies, have a specific function

to protect equipment & personnel

EN ISO 4126 only refers to safety valves & covers –

• Safety Valves
• Relief Valves
• Pressure Relief valves
• Safety Relief Valves

Why we need one?

4 main reasons –

  • Blocked Discharge
  • External Heat
  • Thermal Expansion
  • Failure of pipeline component, i.e. control valve

Terminology

Set pressure :

The pressure at which the valves starts to open measured at valve inlet
normally 1.1 x working pressure or working pressure + 0.7 bar for water whichever is the greater.

Overpressure :

Pressure at which valve has to achieve its full discharge capacity normally set pressure +10%

Accumulation :

Pressure increase over the maximum working pressure of the system during discharge through the safety valve.

Operating states

There are 3 operating states for safety valves –

1. Equilibrium
2. Fully open
3. Fully closed

Terminology

Blowdown :

The pressure difference between set pressure and pressure at which the valve reseats expressed as a % of the set pressure.

Reseat Pressure :

Pressure at which valve is fully closed.

Working Pressure :

Pressure at which the system being protected normally operates.

Discharge Capacity ;

The amount of water / gas/ vapour the valve will pass at a given pressure.


Equilibrium :

Forces acting to close are in equilibrium (balance) with the forces acting to open and the seat & disc are just in contact

>defined in EN ISO 4126 as the Set Pressure

>this is the point when flow is about to start

>in practice flow commences as the equilibrium point is reached

Fully open :

The position the valve must achieve to pass its rated capacity at its specified over pressure
note – this is not the Set Pressure
different designs of valve have different relationship between flow & pressure
some designs have a rapid increase in flow for a small increase in pressure -others offer a gradual increase.

Fully closed

the position when the valve has re-seated i.e. fully closed – nil leakage

the difference between the re-seat pressure & set pressure is often referred to as the Blowdown Pressure.

the blowdown pressure will depend on valve design, the faster the flow increases on opening the lower the blowdown pressure is

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