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June 1, 2020

The previous discussion has primarily concerned the effect of supports on system stresses. The engineer is also interested in determining loads on supports and nozzles, in order to select the appropriate support hardware, to check the overloading of equipment, or to ca...

June 1, 2020

Implementation of the preceding analysis provides a simple way to design for weight loading. 
The engineer may first support all concentrated loads in the system as closely as possible, reducing the stresses due to those loads to near zero. Next, converting the formula...

May 31, 2020

In extreme cases, expansion joints may be added to a system in order to increase flexibility when there is insufficient room for a loop. Expansion joints resemble bellows and provide very flexible pipe legs within very short leg lengths. 

Use of expansion join...

May 23, 2020

1.0 DEFINITION OF PIPING ENGINEERING

1.1 PIPING ENGINEERING GOAL

Piping Engineering is a discipline that is rarely taught in a university setting, but is extremely important for the safety of plant personnel, safety of the public, and reliability of a facility.

The Goal o...

May 21, 2020

Stresses due to weight loads acting on a supported pipe can be estimated through the use of beam theory. The simplest method of estimating pipe stresses due to weight is to first consider the pipe as being a continuous run, with supports located at constant intervals (...

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