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piping Codes_basics

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EDA
Engineering Design & Analysis Ltd
PRACTICAL PIPING COURSEOUTLINE
1. Introduction1.1. Definition of Piping 31.2. Piping Nomenclature & Components 41.3. Regulatory Acts, Codes & Standards 61.4. Line Designation Tables 8Problem Set 1 92. Codes & Standards2.1. ASME 102.2. NEPA / NFC / NFPA 122.3. CSA 132.4. MSS 142.5. API 152.6. ASTM 16Problem Set 2 173. Supplemental Documents3.1. Owner’s Specifications & Documents 203.2. Contractor’s Standards & Documents 21Problem Set 3 214. Piping Design4.1. Failure Mechanisms 224.2. Code Considerations for Design 234.3. Material Selection 344.4. Fabricated Tees & Area Reinforcement 444.5. Piping Flexibility Analysis 455. References 46
 
Practical Piping Course
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EDA
Engineering Design & Analysis Ltd
Disclaimer!This short course is not a substitute for accessing and using the Codes directly in conformanceto generally accepted engineering practice.Consult the appropriate Codes and references prior to designing and engineering any pipingsystems.In some jurisdictions, a Professional Engineer must design pressure piping.
 
Practical Piping Course
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EDA
Engineering Design & Analysis Ltd
1.0 Introduction1.1 Definition of Piping
Pipe is a pressure tight cylinder used to convey a fluid or to transmit a fluid pressure,ordinarily designated pipe in applicable material specifications. Materials designatedtube or tubing in the specifications are treated as pipe when intended for pressureservice.Piping is an assembly of piping components used to convey, distribute, mix, separate,discharge, meter, control or snub fluid flows. Piping also includes pipe-supportingelements but does not include support structures, such as building frames, bents,foundations, or any equipment excluded from Code definitions.Piping components are mechanical elements suitable for joining or assembly intopressure-tight fluid containing piping systems. Components include pipe, tubing, fittings,flanges, gaskets, bolting, valves and devices such as expansion joints, flexible joints,pressure hoses, traps, strainers, in-line portions of instruments and separators.Piping is typically round.

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