Sandanshiv - Process Design Engineer - Bangalore, KA, India

Nilesh Sandanshiv

Bangalore, KA, India

Services

Process Design Engineer

Summary:

Process, Thermal Design-HTRI Heat Transfer, Mechanical Equipment Design, TEMA, ASME, API

Work History

Process, Thermal Design-HTRI Heat Transfer, Mechanical Equipment Design, TEMA, ASME, API

Shell

and
Tube Heat Exchanger optimization for ongoing RIL plant to achieve benefit in cost,
Quality, performance improvement and increased maintenance cycle -2012.
Design Software used
Thermal: HTRI (Heat Transfer Research Institute)
Process: UniSim, UniSim Flare, Blowdown, FRED
Mechanical: PV-Elite, Code-calc, Microprotol, Compress, B-JAC, RCS (USA, Oklahoma)


Codes & Standards: ASME, API 660, IBR & TEMA Standards, IS 875, IS 1893 and NACE/HIC
Standards Familiar with Codes Standards and other Requirements in design and fabrication of heat exchangers and Pressure vessels

Process, Thermal Design-HTRI Heat Transfer, Mechanical Equipment Design, TEMA, ASME, API

Thermal Design

January 2012 - October 2012

Process: Involved in HAZOP close out

• Yibal Khuff:

Process Engineer

Thermal Design

June 2012 - October 2012

of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers, Air Coolers and preparation of Datasheets as per SHELL standards and DEP's (June-2012 to Oct-2012)

• FOIP: Field Operation Integrity Project:
As a Process Engineer currently working on safety relief valve scenario analysis load calculations, sizing,
Restriction Orifice sizing for emergency depressurizing system, hydraulic modeling of Relief valves, Emergency

Shell Technology Center

From January 2012

iMMLS- Independent Modular Movable Liquefaction System (LNG):
Brazed Aluminum Plate and Fin Heat Exchanger: Preparation of Process datasheet for (BAHX-COLD BOX, Main Exchanger), made Mechanical specifications and review proposal for technical vendor evaluation

KOD and Flare Stack, UniSim

From October 2012

Work Experience (4): Jacobs Engineering
Process, Heat Transfer and Static Equipments Design

Shell

and
Tube Heat Exchanger optimization for ongoing RIL plant to achieve benefit in cost,
Quality, performance improvement and increased maintenance cycle -2012.
Design Software used
Thermal: HTRI (Heat Transfer Research Institute)
Process: UniSim, UniSim Flare, Blowdown, FRED
Mechanical: PV-Elite, Code-calc, Microprotol, Compress, B-JAC, RCS (USA, Oklahoma)


Codes & Standards: ASME, API 660, IBR & TEMA Standards, IS 875, IS 1893 and NACE/HIC
Standards Familiar with Codes Standards and other Requirements in design and fabrication of heat exchangers and Pressure vessels

BEP for Naphtha Splitter Unit, Chennai Petrochemicals Corp. Ltd

June 2011 - September 2011

Work consisted of design and feasibility study for Naphtha Splitter Unit. As a member of process team, prepared P&ID diagrams, hydraulic calculations for pump sizing, line-sizing calculations, tank sizing calculations, thermal design of Air cooler & Thermosyphon reboilers using HTRI software. Prepared Equipment Process Data Sheets, Line list, Instrument Process Data Sheets,.

Thermal Design

August 2011 - November 2011

Work done includes preparation of PFDs, P&IDs, and hydraulic calculations for pump sizing, line sizing, and thermal design of Double pipe helix changers, shell & tube exchangers, and thermosyphon and kettle reboilers using HTRI software. Preparation of Process deliverables including Equipment Process Data Sheets, Line list, IPDS
Thermal Design:
• Luberef, Yanbu Refinery Expansion Project:

Engineering Data Base of Lead Jacobs office

June 2011 - July 2011

(Jun-2011 to July-2011)
Prepared Thermal designs for shell & tube heat exchangers and Air coolers using HTRI software Prepared Heat exchanger datasheets using Engineering Data Base of Lead Jacobs office
Thermal Design:
• TESERO, Salt Lake City Refinery - work share project with Jacobs Long Beach office: (Nov-2011 to Till date)
Re-rating of existing exchanger based on vendors mechanical drawing for new process conditions. Identification of problems in the existing exchanger with new process conditions, suggestion with least physical modifications to re-use existing exchanger for new process conditions for shell and tube as well as air-cooled heat exchangers
Thermal Design:

Validation

August 2011 - October 2011

Work done includes identification of Safety Valve relief scenarios, Calculations for relieving capacity, preparation of PSV calculations and documentation using lead office formats.
Process

Thermal Design Engineer (HTRI)

Oxyvinyls, Qinghai Salt Lake Magnesium Industry Ltd

From November 2011

work share project with Jacobs Leiden office: (Nov-2011 to Till date)
Preparing Thermal designs for shell & tube heat exchangers using HTRI software, as well as datasheets for the same

Work Experience (3): CB&I Lummus Technology
Thermal Design Engineer (HTRI)

PMC-Jacobs, Consultant-TOYO and Fabricator-TEMA

HPCL DHDT

October 2010 - January 2012

Reviewed Strength Calculations and Fabrication drawings of High Pressure Heat Exchangers modified "DEU" type.
Work Share - Belgium: Natural Rubber Plant
Reviewed drawings of Columns pressure vessel and reactors and heat exchangers

Process:

Assistant for CFD modeling of HELIXCHANGER

Shell & Tube

April 2009 - September 2011

Exchangers using HTRI of different TEMA types, preparation of final
Thermal datasheet from process datasheet
Design of HELIXCHANGER Heat Exchanger proprietary of Lummus
Assisted for CFD modeling of HELIXCHANGER
Assisted in design work for Lummus Advanced Breech Lock Exchanger
Prepared proposals for thermal design for YANBU, TOYO LSP, Exxon
projects Reviewing and commenting vendor drawings for final
approval

Experience & Skills
1. Thermal rating of all TEMA types: Fixed tubesheet (AEM, BEM, NEN, AEL),
2. Floating Head type (AES, BES, AET, BET),
3. U tube type (AEU, BEU),
4. Exchangers with longitudinal baffle (AFT-two pass shell),
5. BHU (Double split flow), BGU (split flow)
6. Kettle (AKU, BKU) shell & tube Exchangers using HTRI exchanger Suite Xist 6.0 (SP2)
7. Making final thermal datasheet from process datasheet
8. Use of support plates & detuning (deresonating) baffles to avoid tube Vibrations & acoustic vibrations respectively
9. Use of Double segmental baffles & NTIW (No Tube In Window)
10. Thermal rating of single phase, two phases, condensers (steam Condensers), gas-gas exchangers,
Thermosyphon reboilers, kettle Reboilers etc
11. Thermal rating of Stacked Exchangers (in series) & parallel (dividing shell flow) exchangers To check if stacking is required by Identifying cross in the temperatures
12. Design of HELIXCHANGER Heat Exchanger proprietary of Lummus


Overseas Experience:
Assistant for CFD modeling of HELIXCHANGER
Thermal design YANBU, TOYO LSP, Exxon
Mechanical aspects of RM steam interchanger on Compress
Lummus Advanced Breech Lock Exchanger
Presentation of Study and Modification in LABLEX
Presentation on "Advantageous of HELIXCHANGER over conventional S&T Exchanger & cost comparison"
Reviewed, commented and finalized vendor drawings for CPC-Butadiene
Interaction with process group for various interfaces
Design of HELIXCHANGER Heat Exchanger, which is proprietary of Lummus
Assisted in design work for Lummus Advanced Breech Lock Exchanger

Sr. Engineer-Mechanical

SK E & C INDIA PVT. LTD

August 2008 - April 2009

Responsibility: Work done includes reviewing licensor's specifications, preparation of Material Requisitions, Technical Bid evaluation for vessels, reactors, columns, heat exchangers. Review of vendor drawings and calculations. Interacted with other disciplines for interrelated technical issues to ensure correctness and completeness of systems and equipments Designed static equipments using PVElite -CodeCalc, Compress and B-JAC

Projects handled
THPP
Reviewed Strength Calculations and Fabrication drawings of Shell and Tube Heat exchangers
Quality and test procedures

Reviwed
Jurong - Singapore
Made specifications for shell and tube heat exchangers
Technical Bid Evaluation

Work Experience (1): TEMA INDIA LIMITED, MUMBAI

Sr. Design Engineer - Mechanical / Thermal

Technical estimation & Proposal Making department

August 2003 - August 2008

August 2003 to August 2008

Company Profile: Tema India Ltd. is one of the major companies involved in Design and Fabrication of Heat Exchangers, Pressure vessels, & Columns globally in refineries, Petrochemicals & fertilizers plants. The Company accredited for 'U', 'U2' Stamp & ISO 9001:2000 Certificate. Member of HTRI

Responsibility:
Thermal Design of Heat Exchangers & Mechanical Design of Heat Exchangers, Columns & Pressure
vessels. Designing the components such as shell, flanges, tube sheets, dished ends, nozzles etc Analysis of wind and Seismic load for Saddle support, skirt and support brackets. Understanding and extracting key points and highlighting points to the concerns for the inputs and making note of key points in the fabrication drawings,
reviewing technical delivery condition & MTOs Checking of fabrication Drawings & Design Calculation Interaction with fabrication shop on various fabrication problems & resolving the same. Interaction with client and consultants for the approval of design calculation and fabrication drawing

• Review of Technical Specifications (Including statutory / regulatory requirements)
• Design Input Check list
• Preparation of list of discrepancies (ambiguous / conflicting requirement)
• Resolving discrepancies
• Design of exchanger in all respect Wind -seismic, nozzle loadings per WRC-107 & 297, special requirements, applicable codes, statutory requirements etc
• Assistance in preparation of AutoCAD drawings
• Preparation of document List (Includes list of design output documents and list of calculations)
• Preparation of Customer Submittal List
• Start Preparations of design output documents (as per list)
• Design Verification
• Cross-functional review
• Customer's approval on Design Output documents
• Release the design output documents for Fabrication
• Design Validation after hydro test.

Worked in Technical estimation & Proposal Making department for 1 year designing using PV-Elite, Code-calc,
Microprotol & HTRI

Major...

Qualifications & Certifications

Process Equipment Design

Suvidya Institute of Technology Mumbai

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