Piping Stress & Flexibility Analysis (Live course)
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+ The vocabulary and theoretical foundations
+ The basis for the development of an analysis
+ The importance of constraints and boundary conditions in piping systems
Instructor-led training course
Downloadable study notes
Solved case studies
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An applicant who withdraws from the course 2 working days or less prior to the course start date will entitle ARVENG to retain 10% of the tuition fee as an administration fee. Once the course has started, no refund will be made.
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The course follows the “learning through experience” methodology. A series of discussions, individual exercises and simplified case studies provide practical knowledge to implement in the field. With the help of the Study Notes and with the assistance of the instructor, participants will gradually progress through the course.
Who should attend?
This course is intended for graduates (or soon to be), designers, freelancers, technicians and engineers involved in: calculation, design, selection, manufacturing, safety, quality and maintenance of systems and equipment in industrial processes.
Previous knowledge of this subject is not required to attend to the course.
The main objective of this course is to transfer to participants the theoretical and practical skills required in projects, obtained from experience and sound engineering practices.
What to expect?
- Acquire the vocabulary and theoretical foundations, the basis for the development of an analysis.
- To know the main analysis methods.
- To understand the importance of constraints and boundary conditions in piping systems.
- Differentiate between induced and allowable stress.
- To know the most relevant aspects covered by some of the most widely used codes: B31.1, B31.3, B31.4, B31.8 and EN13480.
CONTENTS AND STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE: 24 HS
Definition of loads and their types
Definition of stresses
Engineering stress-strain vs. true stress-strain
Properties obtained by means of a stress-strain curve
Types of stresses
Photoelasticity and Thermoelasticity
Classification | Characteristics | Joinings | Materials
Main piping organizations and codes
Stress and flexibility analysis in piping systems
Challenges of piping stress analysis
Primary, secondary, tertiary stresses in piping systems
In plane and Out plane
Criteria for estimating stresses in piping systems
Stress limits in piping systems according to codes
How do you increase flexibility in a piping system?
Stages in a stress and flexibility analysis
Thermal expansion in pipes
Force induced by thermal expansion
Induced stresses and strains
Allowable stresses according to codes
Simplified analytical calculations
Stress and flexibility analysis with computers
Degrees of freedom
Mathematical and physical considerations of a calculation software
Boundary conditions used in analysis
Types of elements used in mathematical type simulations
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