2690 S. White Road, CA 95148, USA
Stay connected:
Piping-Stress-Analysis-of-Group-Gathering-Station.png

Description

Client

A Dubai based major EPC contractor that specializes in the Energy, Industrial and Infrastructure sectors with a successful track record of executing projects in over 20 countries in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, India and South-East Asia.

Engineering Requirement

  • Piping Stress Analysis using CAESAR II on 35 systems (225 lines) of the Group Gathering station in a sequence of 2 phases for Above Ground & Under Ground piping systems and subsequently submit Stress Isometrics for final IFC (Issue for Construction).

Delivered

  • Stress Isometric
  • CAESAR II Plot
  • Input Echo
  • Stress Summary Report
  • Restraint Load Summary Extended Report
  • Displacement Report
  • Nozzle Load Check Report
  • Dynamic Modal Analysis Report
  • WRC Report

Ready to Get Started?

Ready to work with us? Tell us more

Yes, I am OK to receive further communication over my details shared here.Refer privacy policy for more info.

Our Recent Blogs

Importance of CCS in petrochemical industry

Importance of Carbon Collection From Petrochemical Plant

The global economy will never be the same as it was before the global pandemic that disrupted all walks of life. The major reason for the same area is as follows.
Stress analysis of cryogenic pipe systems

Piping Stress Analysis For Cryogenic Systems

Cryogenic piping systems are used in a range of industrial applications including LNG transport, storage and regasification, Hydrogen storage and transport and the food and beverage sector. They must be designed to withstand operational stresses and displacements while also regulating thermal forces.
How we delivered our engineering projects during Covid-19

Managing Successful Engineering Design Outcomes in the “New Normal”

The COVID-19 outbreak had completely changed the way, how we live, do business and the way our economy functions as a whole. We’ve witnessed projects having difficulty in ramping up—and then down—to meet the demands of mandates and needed responses.
Our capabilities