Design of Piping Support

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Description

Piping supports are integral components of the process piping system. Improper design and sizing of the components can result in accidents, fatalities and loss of revenue.

COURSE OVERVIEW

This course will provide engineers with an understanding of the behavior of piping systems under potential loading, which is a pre-requisite for proper stress analysis.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basics of piping engineering
  • Acquire a general overview of pipe stress analysis
  • Identify the design requirements of piping codes, as well as techniques applied to satisfy the requirements
  • Explain the categories of piping stress
  • Identify different types of pipe supports and their applications
  • Select pipe support for different applications and locations

Course Content Summary

Some of the course topics are:

  • Introduction to piping engineering
  • Piping Engineers’ Role in Projects
  • Stress and Support Fundamentals
  • Loads, Forces, Fatigue Failure
  • Categories of Piping Stress
  • Support Types and Application
  • Pipe Support Location Considerations
  • Dimension and selection
  • Evaluation of Expansion Joint
  • Types of Expansion Loops
  • Sizing of Expansion Loops
  • Piping Nozzle Evaluation
  • Minimum Leg Required to Absorb Thermal Expansion
  • Bellow Application
  • Guide Spacing for Expansion Joints

Target Audience

  • Process engineers
  • Piping designers

Course Period

  • Option 1: Evening on weekdays (Monday to Friday)
  • Option 2: Weekends (2 Saturdays, 8 am to 4.30 pm)
  • Option 3: Weekdays (2 days – 8 am to 4.30 pm)

Course Level: Advanced

Price (Including VAT): N 100,000

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