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SOFTWARE USED

• CAESER II
ISOMETRIC DRAWING
PREFACE

• Piping Stress analysis is a term


applied to calculations, which
address the static and dynamic
loading resulting from the effects of
gravity, temperature changes,
internal and external pressures,
changes in fluid flow rate and
seismic activity.

• Codes and standards establish the


minimum requirements of stress
analysis.
APPLICATION

• Safety of piping and piping


components.

• Safety of connected equipment


and supporting structure.

• Piping deflections are within


the limits.
STATIC ANALYSIS

• Comprehensive Load Case


• Interactive Error Checking
• Extensive Spring Hanger
• Wind Load Calculations
• Nozzle Flexibilities and
Stresses
• Equipment Load Checks
• Flange Leakage and Stress
Checks
• Fatigue and Cumulative Usage
Analysis
• Wave and Current Load
Analysis
DYNAMIC ANALYSIS

• Mode Shape and Natural


Frequency Calculations
• Harmonic Displacement and Force
Analysis
• Shock Spectrum Analysis and
Independent
• Support Motion
• Force Spectrum Analysis
• Modal Time History Analysis
• Animation of Dynamic Response
• Missing Mass/Force Corrections
• Static/Dynamic Load Combinations
• Relief Valve Load Synthesis
• Data Interfaces
OUTPUT

• Customizable Reports

• Graphic Review of Analytical


Results

• Automatic Pipe Stress


Isometrics

• ODBC Database Export


ASME – B31.1 CODES AND STANDARDS
ASME – B31.3 CODES AND STANDARDS
CO-ORDINATES
C+IND CASE STUDY:1

WITHOUT SUPPORT
INPUT:MATERIAL
FITTINGS

BENDS

RIGIDS
ALLOWABLES
PIPE ELEMENTS
PIPE ELEMENTS
PIPE ELEMENTS
CONCLUSION
OF C+ IND CASE STUDY:1

• As per Input support location is


not identified so, the deflection
increases and henceforth
allowable stress on the pipe
increases subjected to
temperature and pressure

• Report based on the input as


follows

• Analyzed reports shall be


submitted in the required
format of the customer.
REPORT (Failure)
REPORT (Failure)
REPORT (Failure)
C+IND CASE STUDY:2

• Case study 2 comprises the same


input as case study 1 excluding
the pipe supports and hangers.

• Restraints input (at specific &


maximum displacement node
point from case study 1) is as
follows.

WITH SUPPORT
RESTRAINTS
SUPPORT REPORT
RESTRAINT-DISPLACEMENT REPORT
STRESS REPORT-SUSTAIN CONDITION
STRESS REPORT-SUSTAIN CONDITION
STRESS REPORT- EXPANSON CONDITION
STRESS REPORT- EXPANSON CONDITION
COMBINATION STRESS (SUS & EXP)
COMBINATION STRESS (SUS & EXP)
SUSTAINED DISPLACEMENT
EXPANSION DISPLACEMENT
CONCLUSION
OF C+ IND CASE STUDY:2

• The Analysis of case study 2 is


within allowable stress condition
since, the absorption of the loads
are carried by supports and
hangers.

• The supports and hangers acts


as guides to the pipe routing and
also deflects the loads acting on
the pipe.
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