FRP-GRP-GRE Piping/Pipeline Stress Analysis Using Caesar II
What you'll learn
- Basics of FRP/GRE/GRP Piping
- Inputs to ask from vendor for FRP/GRP/GRE Pipe Stress Analysis
- Modeling and Analyzing GRP/FRP/GRE Piping system in Caesar II
- Flange Leakage Checking for FRP Piping Systems
- FRP Pipe Supporting Guidelines
- A little knowledge of Caesar II software will be an added advantage
In recent times, GRP and FRP are being extensively used in the process, water, and chemical industries due to their high resistance to corrosion. Also, their service life is usually very high, in the range of 50 years. So, the total cost of GRP/FRP piping for the service life becomes cheaper as compared to metallic pipes. GRP/FRP pipes are increasingly used to transfer water, oil, Fuel, Glycol, wastewater, sewer, etc. Because of this, the demand for GRP/FRP piping is continuously increasing.
Pipe Flexibility specifications/Stress Analysis Design Basis used in engineering industries considers FRP/GRE/GRP piping as stress critical. So, all GRE/FRP piping/pipeline systems, irrespective of their sizes and pressure requires analysis. The demand for FRP/GRP pipe stress analysis is therefore ever-increasing. It is, therefore, high time that all pipe stress engineers must learn the Stress Analysis methodology of FRP/GRP piping and pipeline systems. In this respect, the FRP pipe stress analysis course will help to learn the steps followed for piping stress analysis using Caesar II satisfying ISO 14692 code.
About the FRP/GRP/GRE Pipe Stress Analysis Course
GRP/FRP products are proprietary and the properties of pipes vary from vendor to vendor. This online FRP/GRE pipe stress analysis using the Caesar II course will help stress engineers learn the methodologies followed for analysis. The course explains the following in simple English language:
Basics for FRP/GRP Pipe Stress Analysis.
Inputs required for Analysis.
Details required from FRP/GRE Vendor.
Modeling and Analysis steps
Practical case study of modeling and analysis of a buried FRP line with exact vendor data (From input to analysis)
Flange Leakage Checking for FRP/GRE piping systems.
Who this course is for:
- Piping and Pipeline Stress Engineers
I am a mechanical engineer and currently working as a Piping and Pipeline Stress Engineer with relevant experience in the field of oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical, water, and refinery. In my leisure time, I do blogging on piping and other related engineering sectors to help newcomers learn whatever I know. For more insight regarding pipe stress analysis, you can visit my blog whatispipingdotcom.