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Description

Client

A leader in combustion engineering with over 25 years of project package supply expertise, the client provides full design, manufacturing, erection and commissioning services for flare system for oil & gas refinery, petrochemical, fertilizers, steel plants, and allied chemical Industries.

Engineering Requirement

  • Develop an intelligent 3D Model using PDMS and Piping Stress Analysis Report (Intergraph CAESAR II) with all the engineering deliverables required for erection & construction with support design
  • The scope covered 3D modeling of all major disciplines like piping, mechanical equipment and civil & structural

Delivered

  • Final 3D model
  • Isometric drawings
  • Consolidated Piping – MTO
  • Model review files on every fortnight bases for client to review
  • CAESAR (.C2)File
  • Stress Reports
  • Support Drawings
  • MTOs

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