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Guidelines & methods required for Refinery piping vibration assessment

Guidelines & methods required for Refinery piping vibration assessment

Guidelines & methods required for Refinery piping vibration assessment

(OP)
I have a an extensive task of assessing the severity of vibrating pipes in a refinery.

I require practical guidelines & tools (software/ spread sheets, etc) to do this for the following areas.

Quick screening methods. Risk classification?
"Shortcuts" for natural frequency estimates, including lumped masses (valves, fittings, etc)
Structural damping & frequeny calc's / guidelines.
Allowable dynamic stress & amplitude calc's & limits.
Velocity calc's & criteria.
Small bore connection guidelines
Practical support methods & spans
etc,
Thanks for your help in advance.

Anybody with info. please e-mail me at:

naren.sukaih@sapref.com

Naren Sukaih
naren.sukaih@sapref.com

RE: Guidelines & methods required for Refinery piping vibration assessment

CadrePro is a good finite element progam for evaluating the vibration phenomena that you describe.  The can be reached at www.cadreanalytic.com .  

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