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September 26, 2020

Jacketed piping can be idealized as two piping systems running along coincident lines in space. The two piping systems are of two different sizes, so the smaller runs inside of the larger. The internal pipe contains the piped fluid, while the outer pipe (the jacket) is...

September 25, 2020

CAESAR II provides an automatic underground pipe modeler, accessed from the main menu, which markedly simplifies this modeling process. The underground modeler provides two services to the user: 

  1. If soil properties are not known, or if a good mathematical...

September 23, 2020

The following basic outline can be used for modeling buried pipe: 

1. At least 200-300 feet of the buried pipe should be included in order to model the effect of a cumulative anchor 

2. Nodes (and associated restraints) should not be spaced further than 20 diameters...

September 23, 2020

Analyzing an underground piping system presents circumstances quite different from those encountered when analyzing plant piping. The major problem is the accurate modeling, using point restraints, of the continuous effects of soil-pipe interaction. The pipe-soil inter...

September 22, 2020

The characteristic of wrapped fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) pipe which distinguishes it from other piping materials is that it is orthotropic—the material has different properties in the longitudinal and hoop directions — and can therefore not be modeled by the s...

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