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Forces acting on piping system

Forces acting on piping system

Forces acting on piping system

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HI,
I am learning stress analysis using Autopipe and new to the subject. I am confused regarding :
1) how to analyze the result w.r.t the forces and moments
2) Is there any allowable value for the forces and moments, based on which we can say ' force is more or acceptable within limits'
3) Can someone explain me the concept of analysis. I tried to read theory but did not find answer to my query.

Thanks.

RE: Forces acting on piping system

I believe this post should be relocated to the below title. I believe you would come across more knowledgeable people on that one:
http://www.eng-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=378

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Aerospace Engineer, M.Sc. / Aircraft Stress Engineer with 7 years of experience
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