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Piping Stress Job Interview questions: Part 4

 

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The following list will provide few interview questions asked in different interview for a Piping Stress Engineer post. Hope you will be able to find the answers from ASME B 31.3 and any piping stress text books or from piping hand book. In case you could not find out a specific answer reply in comments section. This is the part four of the collection. I have already posted few

 

other parts in my earlier posts. Click here to visit those and Keep checking the website regularly for other parts.

61.

If a power plant is designed inside a Process refinery

then where the specification break between ASME B31.1 & ASME B31.3 should occur? 62.What is category M fluid service? Provide some examples?

63.What will be the consequences of a steam piping having low pocket but not having a steam trap? 64.When and why the reducer of a pump suction piping is installed in bottom flat condition?

 

65.

If you found a specification break (at flange) between carbon steel and stainless steel in a typical P&ID.

What are the additional arrangements which a piping engineer should make for this?

 
CarbonSteel Pipe Fittings intertechfittings.com Mfrs & Supp of Carbon Steel Pipes, and Fittings. 66.Assume a
CarbonSteel Pipe Fittings intertechfittings.com Mfrs & Supp of Carbon Steel Pipes, and Fittings. 66.Assume a straight

Mfrs & Supp of Carbon Steel Pipes, and Fittings.

Mfrs & Supp of Carbon Steel Pipes, and Fittings. 66.Assume a straight pipe of length L
Mfrs & Supp of Carbon Steel Pipes, and Fittings. 66.Assume a straight pipe of length L

66.Assume a straight pipe of length L anchored at both ends. When a temp change occurs the anchor force at one anchor becomes F1. Now the length of the same pipw increased to L2 and with similar temp change anchor force becomes F2. What is the relation between F1 and F2? 67 . What is Piping Speciality item? How many types of piping speciality items are used in piping engineering? Can we include them in standard piping specification, explain with reason? 68.Why does the sustained sagging for steam lines are limited within 3-5 mm? 69. What is a “Double block & Bleed” valve? When such type valves are required?

7 0.In a normal tie-in where do you insert the spectacle blind? a) before block valve and towards new plant or b) after block valve and towards existing plant . Explain why.

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1.What is the difference between a pipe elbow and a bend?

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2. Among the following which material have the highest co-efficient of thermal expansion? A) Carbon steel

b) Cast Iron c) Duplex steel d)Stainless steel

e) Galvanized Carbon steel

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3.What are the major parameters to be reported in support tag for a Shoe/Saddle type support?

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4.What are the Metallic expansion joints? When they are used and when they could be avoided?

7 5.What is hot sustained stress? Why do we check it? Do we need to chech expansion stress for hot sustained case?

7 6. What is the philosophy of arranging pipes in the Pipe rack and why? Normally what % of area is kept

reserved for future expansion?

7 7 .What are the major difficulties faced by a stress engineer while analysis two vertical rebolers connected with a single column?

7 8.What are the different types of combination methods available is Caesar II? What is the difference between Scalar and Absolute method?

7 9. Are process plant water lines considered pressure piping systems?

80. For what fluid service category may a hydro test be waived off as per B31.3?

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