IJRME – Volume 3 Issue 1 Paper 6

STRESS ANALYSIS OF PROCESS PIPING USING CAESAR II

Author’s Name : G.M.Pradeep | K.Arun Kumar | I.Jaya Sharathi | J.Revanth Krishna| S.Vishal

Volume 03 Issue 01  Year 2016  ISSN No:  2349-3860  Page no: 24-27

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Abstract:

Process piping system are governed by international & codes standards to transport the fluid, steam or air in industries & in many industries plant. The design code ASME 31.3 process piping is the used in this paper which is applied in petroleum refineries, oil and gas industries, chemical plants, textile plant, paper plant, semi-conductor plant and in many industries. Stresses in pipe or in piping system are generated due to load like expansion and contraction due to thermal load seismic load wind load sustained load reaction load etc. The objective of this paper is to Analysis thermal flexibility of expansion loop by CAESAR II software. So that various stress value, displacement, force and expansion are analyzed at each node to make the design at safe operating condition.

Keywords:

Piping systems; CAESAR II; ASME B 31.3; Expansion loop.

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