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Client

The client is a leader in engineering and design providing services to the petrochemical industry. Their experienced technical team leveraged industry knowledge to efficiently define, design and execute engineering projects globally.

Engineering Requirement

The client required piping stress analysis of Refrigeration Propane storage facility that contained 20 systems including 108 lines. ASME B31.3 codes and standards had to be followed to ensure higher quality.

Delivered

  • CAESAR II (.c2) File
  • CAESAR II output report
  • Isometrics support markup

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