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PIPING STRESS ENGINEERING TRAINING OUTLINE


Description:
This course covers Piping Stress engineering and modelling. It involves
analysing the stress in pipe and piping system using piping stress
software.
It also covers Static, dynamic and Fatigue analysis. The applications of the
software with hands-on examples will be discussed. The Piping stress
engineering training will cover the following key areas below:
1. Introduction to Basic Piping Engineering

Piping Related Industry


Piping Route
Piping Fittings

2. Introduction to Stresses

Hoop,
Longitudinal,
Von Mises,
Tensile,
Axial and
Compressive etc

3. Piping Stress Engineering

Why do we do Piping Stress Check


Effect of Piping Stress on different system
Piping stress Code and standards
Application of SIFs

4. Oil Processing

Density, Specific Weight, and Specific Gravity


Specific Gravity of Blended Products
Viscosity
Viscosity of Blended Products
Bulk Modulus
Vapor Pressure
Pressure
Velocity
Reynolds Number
Types of Flow

5. Pressure Drop Due to Friction

Bernoullis Equation
Darcy Equation
Colebrook-White Equation
Moody Diagram
Hazen-Williams Equation
Miller Equation
Shell-MIT Equation
Other Pressure Drop Equations

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6. Gas Properties

Mass
Volume
Density
Specific Gravity
Viscosity
Ideal Gases
Real Gases
Natural Gas Mixtures
Compressibility Factor
Heating Value
Calculating Properties of Gas Mixtures

7. Pressure Drop Due to Friction

Velocity
Reynolds Number
Pressure Drop Equations
Transmission Factor and Friction Factor

8. Using Piping Stress Analysis Software


Quick Overview of Caesar II Software

Introduction Caesar II Environment


Configuration Setting
Modelling piping geometry
Error checking
Running the analysis
Viewing the reports

Details of Caesar II Software

Piping Geometry Study


Design Parameters and Project details
Spreadsheet navigation
Component Modelling: Pipe, Bends/Elbow, Valves, Tees, Flanges,
Gasket, Restraints, Displacement, Reducer, Rigid etc
Load Cases Definition: Concentrated Load (Force), Earthquake
Load, Moment, etc
Display Options
Displacements and animation
Moving geometry, and much more
Creating custom reports
Modelling a hanger
Importing a model in from CADWorx Plant
Checking pump nozzles with API 610
Checking a vessel nozzle using WRC 107/297
Interpreting results
Modifying a model to reduce stresses
Modelling wind loads

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9. Statics Analysis in Caesar II

Piping code requirements and recommendations for piping models.


Guidelines and interpreting results for piping layouts design.
Buried pipe and pipeline analysis.
Addressing wind and seismic loads with static equivalents.
Wave and current loads on offshore risers
Basic piping components and assumptions; element assembly
Code compliance requirements
Spring Hanger design
Pipe supports (linear vs. non-linear)
Stress Intensification Factors (elbows/intersections)
Introduction to expansion joints
Cold Spring effects
WRC 107/297 : local stresses in vessels/nozzles
Slug Force Calculation
Flange Leakage Check

10. Dynamic Analysis in Caesar II

Basic dynamics theory


Harmonic analysis
Eigen-solutions
Seismic analysis
Force Spectrum Analysis
Fatigue evaluation of piping
Building a dynamic analysis model.
Interpreting dynamic analysis results.
Solving field vibration problems using harmonic analysis.
Seismic analysis using the response spectrum method.
A survey of approaches to evaluating relief valve discharge.
Evaluating transient loads with time history analysis.

11. Dummy Project (3 Real Life Projects)

Onshore Piping Stress Analysis


Offshore Piping Stress Analysis (Topside and FPSO)
Subsea Piping Stress Analysis