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Description

Client

A privately held multi-discipline engineering, procurement and construction management company that operate in industries like petrochemical, refining, paper, power, industrial power/cogeneration, gas transmission, manufacturing and fabrication.

Engineering Requirement

  • Check and evaluate all the Process Nozzles connected to critical equipment’s like Knock Out Drum, Absorber Overhead Drum, Absorber Separator & Stripper Tower using Finite Element Analysis method on Nozzle Pro
  • Piping Stress Analysis to analyze the piping loads, and then used the resulting loads in the Nozzle Pro to carry out FEA

Delivered

  • Piping Stress Analysis & FEA by using ASME B31.3, ASME Section VIII Div. 2 Codes
  • C2 File
  • Nozzle Pro Report
  • CAESAR Report
  • Marked up Isometric Drawings

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