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Description

Client

A manufacturer of wide range of corrosion resistant fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) equipment from piping systems to duct, stacks, hoods, covers, cells, and other miscellaneous custom equipment. The client provides services ranging from component design to stress analysis, as well as inspection of new and existing installations.

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Engineering Requirement

  • To conduct Piping Stress Analysis of the FRP piping for one of their ongoing project, and create the CAESAR model for the stress analysis.

Delivered

  • CAESAR II Model
  • Piping Stress marked-up Isometrics
  • Piping Stress analysis report
  • Highlights of overstressed conditions in existing piping
  • CAESAR Input List
  • Stress Summary Report
  • Restraint Load Summary Report
  • Displacement Report Flange Leakage Report

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