Stress Analysis For Process Piping using CAESAR IIadmin / Friday, May 13th, 2011 / No Comments »
Five Days Public Training
13-17 June 2011, Aston-Hotel, Bandung
This course has been specificaly designed to meet the practical need of design requirements and objectives that comply with the requirements of industry codes and standards. The Fundamentals of Piping Design is an introduction to the design of piping systems, various processes and the layout of pipe work connecting the major items of equipment for the new hire, the engineering student and the engineer who need a valuable reference for their continous professional development.
CAESAR II is a comprehensive program for pipe stress analysis. CAESAR II has become a popular program for pipe stress analysis, preferred by many major corporations and engineering firms worldwide. This software also includes a full range of the latest international piping codes. It provides static and dynamic analysis of pipe and piping systems b. The program automatically models structural steel and buried pipe and provides spectrum and time history analysis and automatic spring sizing. CAESAR II includes component databases and an extensive material database with allowable stress data.
This course is really a demonstration of finite element method that known as a established techniques for analysing the behaviour of piping structures subjected to variety of loads. It also is dedicated to personnel from a wide range of abilities and backgrounds and will cover the fundamental principles and concepts used in pipe stress analysis. In order to meet the course objcetives and practical exercises during the course, the participant should bring their own personal computer (laptop) and we provide a copy of the CAESAR II pipe stress analysis program for use during the course.
The course is aimed at who intend to use commercially available finite element packages (CAESAR II) to analyse piping system in petrochemical, oil and gas and other engineering industries, i.e; Piping Engineers, Piping Designer, Mechanical Engineers, Maintenance Engineers and supervisors, Service Engineers and supervisors, Work over engineers and supervisors, Plant Engineers, Petroleum Engineers
A. Fundamental Theory:
- Fundamental Stress MethodsIntroduction. Brief history. Piping system. Pipeline system. Codes, standard, and regulation. Codes & standards agencies.
- Piping Systems: Codes, Standards and Regulations
Piping Design Loads Introduction. Sustain Loads: weight: pressure. Occasional Loads: wind; relief valve discharge: seismic. Expansion Loads. Load Combinations. Vibration Aspects.
- Pipe Stress RequirementReview of Failure Theory. Stress Categories. Fatigue Aspect. Service Levels and Loads. B31 Basic Reference Data & Formula.
- ANSI Piping Codes and ASME Codes
- Pipe Support Systems
- Pipe Stress AnalysisStatic Review: force and moments, equilibrium state, free body diagram. Stress review: stress state, stress due to various loading (axial, bending, torsion, and shearing). Stress in pipe (hoop, longitudinal, and radial stresses). Stress analysis: principal stresses, Mohr circle, stress intensification factor (SIF).
B. CAESAR II SOFTWARE APPLICATION:
- Main Menu Piping Spreadsheet. Auxiliary Field. Support Spreadsheet. Preprocessing. Analysis Procedure. Error Checking. Output Processing.
- Modelling Approach Anchors. Bends. Cuts. Restraints. Flexible Joints. Frames. Hangers. Nozzles. Pipes. Reducers. Rotating Equipment. Tees. Valves. Vessels.
- Static Linear Analysis. Nonlinear Analysis. Support Gap and Friction Properties. Spring Directions: one-point and two-point supports. Soil Yield Effects. Y-Stop Lift-Off. Weightless Vs. As Built Gap Treatment. Solution Sequence. Displacement Tolerance. Force Tolerance and Friction Tolerance. Failure to Converge. Hanger Analysis.
- Dynamics AnalysisModal Analysis : general principle of static correction methods, missing mass correction, zero period acceleration (ZPA) correction, mass discretization. Response Spectrum Analysis: square root of the sum of the squares (SRSS), grouping
method, ten percent method, double sum method. Harmonic Analysis. Force Spectrum. Sismic Anchor Movement Analysis.
- Structural and Buried PipelinePipe-Soil Interaction. Properties for a Horizontal Pipe Orientation. Properties for a Vertical Pipe Orientation. Determination of Zone Locations. Define the Transition. Soil Forces and Deformations. Report. Conclusions. Output ProcessingCoordinate Systems. Total vs. Incremental Loading. Pipe Displacements. Pipe Forces and Moments: global option, anchor forces, support forces. Support Deformations. Straight Pipe Forces and Moments. Curved Pipe Forces and Moments. Frame Member Forces. Stress Intensification Factors. Hoop Stress. Longitudinal Stress. Torsional Shear Stress. Principal Stress. Maximum Shear Stress. Location of Maximum Shear Stress. Octahedral Shear Stress.
Course fee is 8.000.000 IDR,-/delegate and including: lunch, training kit, 2 x Coffee break/day, 5 days tutorials, excluding accommodation and Tax.
DATES & VENUE
DATES : 13-17 June 2011
TIME : 8.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : ASTON-HOTEL
Jl. Cihampelas 125 – 129. Bandung 40131 – Indonesia
E : Info@AstonTropicana.com t : +62-22-203 0101
Handal Consulting, Training & Services
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DR. Ir. I Wayan Suweca has been a senior consulting engineer specialist for PT. TIMAH Tbk., PT. TAMBANG BATUBARA Bukit Asam, KONDUR Petroleum S.A., and PT. KAI whereas he has been involved in failure analysis of machineries and equipments design. Mr. Wayan also is a distinguished professor of mechanical engineering at ITB since 1987 and has conducted numerous short courses and seminars for various major oil companies such as PT. CALTEX Pacific Indonesia, PT. FREEPORT Indonesia as well as VICO. His field of expertise includes mechanical design and drawing, stress analysis and computer aided MSC/Nastran finite element program, mining hydraulics, and vibrations control as well as maintenance management. Mr. Wayan received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Ecole Centrale de Lyon, French in 1990.