Professional Training Course in Pipe Stress AnalysisSkillineers
- New delhi
Professional Training Course in Pipe Stress Analysis Course Objective To apply the piping system stress analysis requirements of International Codes. To understand how to use piping analysis software to meet these requirements. To understand specific illustrations based on the Computer Aided Stress Analysis. Course Overview Role of the stress analyst. When to perform stress analysis. Piping Code History. Stress theory; evaluating stresses on piping & knowing which ones matter. Load types, Failure criteria; primary & fatigue failures. Code equations, Stress Intensification (SIFs). Overview of Computer Aided Stress Analysis functions and how to use the program. Detailed, important modelling issues - bends, reducers, valves, rigid elements, control parameters, non-linearity of restraints, connecting nodes, built-in databases and assorted modelling issues. The mathematics behind Computer Aided Stress Analysis - Stiffness matrices and related issues. Practical examples using Computer Aided Stress Analysis; input, analysis & redesign. Theory - Designing for sustained loads; support configuration issues, spring hanger design, optimization of sustained loads. Practical example. Theory - Designing for expansion loads; flexibility. Practical Examples. Detailed problem solving of a complex model, including: Imposed thermal displacements. Expansion joint modelling & evaluation. Structural steel modelling. Spring hanger design. Combining steel with piping. Verification of API 610 pump loads. Local vessel flexibilities using WRC 297. Including vessel modelling. Evaluation of local vessel stresses according to WRC 107. Problem Solving Workshop - detailed example where each participant works independently, applying what is learned to solve a variety of stress and equipment load problems. Buried pipe modelling. Dynamic analysis theory, types of loads & evaluation of system responses. Modes and mode shapes. Modal analysis. Spectral Analysis; Impact & Earthquake analysis. Time History Analysis. Harmonic loads & harmonic analysis. Flow induced vibration. Mechanical vibration. Impact load types & analysis. Steam hammer. Slug flow. Relief valve firing. Example problems including: Mechanically induced vibration problems & solutions. Flow induced vibration problem & solution. Time History analysis and evaluation of impact load (steam hammer) with dynamic restraint (snubber). Spectral analysis of impact load (Relief valve firing ). Earthquake analysis. Industry Interaction The course content is framed and modelled by eminent experts from different Engineering streams. The faculty consists of Industry Experts with vast industrial experience in well-known organizations and specialization in particular subjects. Eligibility Degree in Mechanical Engineering Duration 80 contact hours during weekends in 2 months Scope & Opportunity After successful completion of the Course, candidates will be all set to get a job in Engineering Consultancy, Project Management Consultancy (PMC), Engineering Procurement Construction-Management (EPC-M) companies of Refinery, Petrochemical, Fertilizer, Chemical, Thermal Power Plant, Metal & Mining sectors. Placement Assistance We provide career counselling for our participants. We provide full placement support till our participants secure a job of their choice; even after completion of the course.