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Pressure Vessel and Impact of Pressure

Understanding Pressure and Temperature in the context of Pressure Vessel Design [With PDF]

Many of the failures that we experience in the process industry are due to overpressure. Overpressure is the result of unbalance or disruption of normal flows of material and energy. This causes material or energy, or both, to build up in some part of the system. Overheating above design temperature may also result in overpressure, …

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HAZOP (Hazard and Operability) Study: A brief introduction

Full form of HAZOP is Hazard and Operability Study. This is a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team exercise to critically review (Study) the piping design (Layout/ Routing/Placement of branches/inline instrumentation items/ equipments etc.) with respect to Hazardous and Operational considerations and requirements. A Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) study is a structured and systematic examination of a planned …

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PASS/HYDROSYSTEM 4.3 is released

We are pleased to announce that PASS/HYDROSYSTEM 4.3 is released! The new version contains new features and significant enhancements: Analysis of pipelines with different wall roughness has been added. The new option is important for pipeline reconstruction; A new piping component ‘reservoir’ has been added to simplify modeling storage tanks and other equipment with liquid …

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Schematic representation of a Piping Network

A short presentation on “Hydraulic calculation in piping networks”

What is a Piping Network? In general, networks consist of a number of components (Pipes, Ducts, Pumps, Valves, Filters, Orifice Plates, Fixed Pressure Drops and Nozzles) all connected together. The points at which the components may be joined to other components are referred to as nodes. Consider, for example, the simple system shown below, which …

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