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About Course :
Failures of piping systems in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries can lead to damage of assets, personal injury and loss of life. Piping failure can be caused by excessive vibration, in the form of high levels of acoustic energy (AIV), or by flow turbulence (FIV) created by shear forces within the piping system.
A desire for increased ow rates, the use of ‘thin' wall piping, the growing demand to reduce mass, the requirement for fast activating valves and use of longer piping has led to a rise in the number of potential piping failures. Although the phenomenon of induced vibration has been understood since the 1950s (in the aerospace industry), it is only more recently that process and piping engineers have had to consider these impacts in the preliminary and detailed design phases of their projects.
Date of Training
10 Apr 2017guideapplicationEIAcousticFlowInducedVibrationmechanicalstaticprocessrotatingdesigninstrumentplantPumpprojectheatoperationconstructionmaintenanceinspectionQAQCreliabilitytechnicaltrainingOilgasEnergyAIVCONCAWEMitigationSmall BoreConnectionSBCDesign PhaseAssessment
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