Professional Program in Pipe Stress Analysis

Shraddha Technical Institute
In Mumbai

Rs 25,000
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  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Mumbai
  • Duration:
    1 Month
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You will gain from this course. a.A general overview of pipe stress analysis. b.Design requirements of the codes, as well as techniques applied to satisfy the requirements. c.Independent analysis capability for any piping configuration.
Suitable for: ØWho should attend? Anyone looking to gain a complete overview of pipe stress analysis, including: a.Students / Graduate engineers (chemical/mechanical). b.Conversion engineers switching disciplines or industries. c.Piping and Pipeline Engineers

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Starts Location
12, Ground Floor, Dave Building,Opp. Bata Showroom, Near Filmistan Studio, S. V. Road, Goregaon (W), 400062, Maharashtra, India
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What you'll learn on the course

Codes & standards

Teachers and trainers (1)

Samir S
Samir S
Senior Engineer

Course programme

Ø Course Outline

The modules are listed below:

1. Introduction to Pipe Stress Analysis:

· Theory and development of Pipe Stress requirements

· Fatigue Failure

· Stress Intensification factor

· Welding Research Council Bulletin 330

· Code Compliance

2. Pipe Support Span Calculations:

· Allowable Pipe Span Calculations

· Spacing Pipe Supports

· Supports selection and location

3. Piping Design for Loading types:

· Design for Sustained Loads-Pressure, Weight

· Design for Expansion loads

· Hanger Design

· Design for Occasional Loads (Static equivalent to dynamic loads)

4. Piping configuration

· Expansion joint evaluation

· Piping nozzle evaluation

· Restraint

· Non linear effects

· Evaluation of restraint stiffness

5. Miscellaneous:

· Expansion Loops- types and sizing

· Cold spring

· Underground pipe

· Jacketed pipe

· Flange leak analysis

· Minimum Leg Required to Absorb Thermal Expansion

· Bellow Materials, Hydrostatic Test Pressure for Bellows

· Guide Spacing for Expansion Joints

· Wind and wave loads

· Water hammer, slug force/ thrust force calculations

6. Defining Load cases

7. Code Compliance: Stresses-sustained, expansion, operating, occasional

8. Typical piping configuration for ease in analysis.

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