Pipe Stress Analysis with CAESAR II

Duration: 90 Hrs | Delivery Mode: Online / Classroom

Become an expert piping stress engineer, get trained in cutting edge technologies and work on real-life industry grade projects.

Eligibility: B. Tech / M. Tech in Mechanical & Chemical Engineering

An Introduction to Stress Concept

  1. Basic Stress Concept

  2. Role of Stress Engineer.

  3. Basic Stress Strain Theories.

  4. Basic Engineering Concepts Required for Stress Analysis.

  5. Theories of Failure & Concept of Stress Range.

Module 1

Piping Stress Analysis

  1. Objectives & Definition of Stress Analysis.

  2. Stress Critical Line List.

  3. Information Required for Stress Analysis.

  4. Piping Loads – Static & Dynamic.

  5. Piping Code Theory & Code Compliance for ASME B31.3.

  6. Sustained Loads, Thermal Expansion & Occasional Loads.

Module 2

Stresses due to Sustained, Displacement Strains and Occasional Loads

  1. Longitudinal Stress.

  2. Longitudinal Stress from Pressure.

  3. Longitudinal Stress due to Weight.

  4. Allowable Displacement Stress range.

  5. Basic Allowable Stress at Maximum Material Temperature.

Module 3

Pipe Flexibility Analysis per ASME B31.3

  1. Pipe Stress Analysis Logic.

  2. Minimum Flexibility Requirements.

  3. Stress Range Reduction Factor - f.

  4. Piping Flexibility – General Consideration.

  5. Stress Analysis Flexibility Requirements.

  6. Stress Analysist’s Function.

  7. Scope of Code Requirements

Module 4

Design Calculations

  1. Pipe Stresses by Thermal Expansion Stress.

  2. Pipe Stresses by Sustained Loads.

  3. Pipe Stresses by Occasional Loads.

Module 5

Design Calculation of Wind Load

  1. Calculating Civil / Mechanical Load on Pipe Systems.

  2. Hydrostatic Test Weight.

  3. Wind Force & Wind Shielding.

  4. Several Examples of Calculations of Wind Load on a Piping Support in Open Terrain.

Module 6

Pipe Support and Maximum Allowable Span

  1. Different Types & Functions of Pipe Support.

  2. Pipe Supports Hangers, Spring Hangers, Pipe Support System.

  3. Maximum Support Spacing Based on Weight.

  4. Deflection Criteria and Design Loads.

  5. Suggested Pipe Support Spacing.

  6. Examples of Types of Support and Maximum Allowable Span

Module 7

Pipe Stress Analysis using CAESAR II

  1. Primary & Secondary Stresses.

  2. Creating Input Data.

  3. Design for Piping Loads.

  4. Primary & Secondary Stresses.

  5. Creating Input Data.

  6. Design for Piping Loads.

  7. Design for Piping Loads.

  8. Modelling & Editing of Piping Systems in CAESAR II.

  9. Supporting of Piping Systems (Support Types).

  10. Sustained and Expansion Stresses.

  11. Design Code Requirements (e.g. B31.3, B31.1).

  12. Assorted Modelling, Analysis and Compliance Topics.

  13. Resolution of Overstress due to Thermal Expansion.

  14. Friction Effects.

  15. Adding Flexible Connections (Vessels).

  16. Assessing Equipment Allowable Loads.

  17. Combining Piping Systems.

  18. Load Case Combinations

Module 8

Advance Module on CAESAR II

  1. Modelling and Analysis of a Transmission Line

  2. Modelling and Analysis of a Jacketed Riser

  3. List/Edit Modelling, Jacketed Pipe, Wind & Hydrodynamic Loading

  4. Static Seismic Loads

  5. Analysis Documentation & Static Analysis Workshop

  6. Model Generation, System Evaluation, System Re-Design

  7. Stress Simulation & Review the Outputs

  8. Preparation of Stress Analysis Report

Module 9
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