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INTRODUCTION
1 SCOPE
2. REFERENCES
4. DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY
4.6 Depot
4.7 Executor
4.8 Designer
5. DESIGN PROCEDURE
5.1 Basic Design
5.2 Detail Engineering Design
5.3 Piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID)
5.4 General plot plan
5.5 Unit plot plan
5.6 Layout
5.13 Tie-in diagram
1. SCOPE
2. DEFINITIONS & TERMINOLOGY
2.1 Steam Services
2.2 Cold Spring
2.3 Stress Relieving
2.4 Piping Component
3. PIPING DESIGN
3.1 Design Condition
3.1.1 Design pressure
3.1.2 Design temperature
3.1.3 Operating temperature
3.2 Piping Components
3.2.1 Pipe
3.2.2 Fittings , Bends Miters and Branch connections
3.2.3 Valves
3.2.4 Location of valves
3.2.5 Flanges
3.2.6 Bolting
3.2.7 Piping joints
3.3 Instrument Piping
3.3.1 General
3.3.2 Requirements
3.4 Instrument connections
3.4.1 Level and contents (level gages)
3.4.2 Temperature measurement
3.4.3 Pressure measurement
3.4.4 Flow measurement
3.4.5 Analyzers
3.4.6 Sample systems
3.5 Vents and Drains
3.6 Blow down
3.7 Utility Piping
3.7.1 Utility services (utility stations Standard drawing IPS-D-PI-128)
3.7.2 Cooling water
3.7.3 Fuel oils and fuel gas
3.7.4 Hydrogen service
3.7.5 Instrument air
3.7.6 Process air
3.7.7 Service air
3.7.8 Breathing air systems
3.7.9 Steam system
3.8 Jacketed Piping
3.8.2 Partly jacketed piping
3.8.3 Fully jacketed piping
3.9 Piping Adjacent to Equipment
3.9.1 Isolation of equipment
3.9.2 Provision of strainers and filters
3.9.3 Piping to equipment
3.10 Piping Layout Design
3.10.1 General
3.10.2 Slope in piping
3.10.3 Pipe racks
3.10.4 Pipes space
3.10.5 Pipe branches
3.10.6 Instruments location
3.10.7 Battery limits
3.11 Piping Flexibility (Additional to ANSI B 31.3)
3.11.1 Expansion and contraction
3.11.2 Flexibility design
3.12 Piping Supports (Additional to IPS-G-PI-280)
3.12.1 General
3.12.2 Design and selection
3.12.3 Pipe hangers (selection and application)
3.12.4 Spring supports and sway braces
3.12.5 Anchors and guides
3.12.6 Bearing type supports
3.12.7 Structural attachments
3.12.8 Supports for insulated pipes and attachments
3.12.9 Uninsulated lines
3.12.10 Spacing (span)
3.12.11 Threads
3.12.12 Fixtures
3.13 Insulation
3.13.1 General
3.13.2 Winterization
3.14 Painting
3.15 Inspection
3.16 Pressure Test
3.17 Piping Connections to Existing Plant (Additional to ASME B 31.3)
2. UNDERGROUND PIPING DESIGN
2.1 Design Condition
2.2 Underground Piping Components
2.3 Underground Piping Drawings
2.4 Underground Piping Layout Design
2.5. Valve Installation
2.6 Water Lines
APPENDICES
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