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UNIT PENGOLAHAN VI BALONGAN

REKAYASA PERTAFENIKKI ENG

GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR PIPING STRESS ANALYSIS

PROJECT : BALONGAN REFINERY REVAMP PROJECT


PHASE II

CLIENT : PERTAMINA

LOCATION : BALONGAN, INDRAMAYU

DOCUMENT NO. : S- 00-1360-901-NRP2

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CONTENTS

1 GENERAL.............................................................................................................................................................3
1.1 Scope.........................................................................................................................................................3
1.2 References.................................................................................................................................................3
2 CRITICAL LINE LIST.................................................................................................................. 3
2.1 Levels and Method of Analysis..................................................................................................................3
2.2 Calculation Numbering System..................................................................................................................4
3 DESIGN.................................................................................................................................... 5
3.1 CAESARII set up.......................................................................................................................................5
3.2 Design Conditions......................................................................................................................................5
3.3 Load Combinations....................................................................................................................................7
4 EVALUATION OF LOAD ON EQUIPMENT................................................................................. 12
4.1 Pressure Vessel and Heat Exchanger.....................................................................................................12
4.2 Pump........................................................................................................................................................12
4.3 Centrifugal Compressor...........................................................................................................................12
4.4 Air Fin Cooler...........................................................................................................................................12
4.5 Tank.........................................................................................................................................................13
5 DESIGN CRITERIA.................................................................................................................. 14
5.1 General Guide lines for Piping Support...................................................................................................14
5.2 Spring Support.........................................................................................................................................15
5.3 Flange Leakage Check............................................................................................................................16
6 DOCUMENTATION................................................................................................................... 17
6.1 Calculation sketch cover sheet................................................................................................................17
6.2 Electronic data.........................................................................................................................................17

Figures
FIG 3-1 : Temperature Break Point..............................................................................................................................6
FIG 3-2 : Inlet of PRV.................................................................................................................................................10
FIG 3-3 : Outlet of PRV..............................................................................................................................................10
FIG 3-4 : Slug Force...................................................................................................................................................11

Attachments
ATTACHMENT-1 : Unit Definition.....................................................................................................19
ATTACHMENT 2 : Sample of Load Combinations................................................................................20
ATTACHMENT 3 : Wind Pressure Input in CAESARII............................................................................23
ATTACHMENT 4 : Seismic Load Input in CAESARII.............................................................................25
ATTACHMENT 5 : Allowable Nozzle Loads.........................................................................................27
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1 GENERAL

1.1 Scope
This document describes a set of standard working practices for flexibility analysis of piping to be used by piping
stress engineers for Revamp Phase II Project.

1.2 References
The general specification for piping stress analysis covered by this document shall comply with the latest edition of
the references listed below, unless otherwise noted.

1.2.1 Project References


Project Specification
S-00-1360-001-RP2 General Specification of Piping Design
S-00-1360-002-RP2 Piping Material Specification

1.2.2 Industry Codes and Standards


American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASME B31.1 Power Piping
ASME B31.3 Process Piping

2 CRITICAL LINE LIST


The critical line list includes all lines to be reviewed by Piping Stress Engineer. These lines are selected according to the
criteria given in H-00-1360-901-NRP2.

2.1 Levels and Method of Analysis


All lines are categorized into 3 Levels. Checking levels and method of analysis are defined as follows.

(1) Detailed Analysis


This refers to lines where formal piping flexibility analysis is mandatory. Piping system will be modeled and
calculated using computer analysis (CAESARII version 4.5 or equivalent).

(2) Simplified Method


Simplified analysis indicated the analysis method described in ASME B31.3 Para 319.4.1-(C) equation (16)
and chart method in ASME B31.3 Para 319.4.2-(C).
It’s also permissible to apply detailed analysis above instead of simplified analysis.
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(3) Engineering Judgment


The adequacy of the piping flexibility shall be verified by a review of the piping layout.
Detailed analysis above may be applied to those piping systems if the stress engineer judge so

2.2 Calculation Numbering System


All stress calculation sketches and CAESARII files, hardcopy and computer data shall be numbered as follows:
C-XX-1360-YYY_RN

Computer calculation data shall be defined as C-XX-1360-YYYZ_RN, where:

C Calculation
XX Plant Unit No. (PCWBS Number)
1360 FWBS code
YYY 3-digit counter numbers such as 001, 002,…
Z Condition Cases such as A, B,…if any
R “J” for internal issue, “A” for client issue
N Revision numbers such as 1, 2,…
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3 DESIGN

3.1 CAESARII set up

3.1.1 Set up file


The following files should be copied in individual PC (C:/CAESARII/system) in order to maintain uniformity
of the input and output data. Refer to Attachment-1.
JGC.fil project standard input & output units file.

3.1.2 Special Execution Parameters (Kaux)


(1) Activate Bourdon Effect

Use computer default, “Activate Bourdon Effects: None”. Exceptions are mentioned on the following;
For large diameter piping connected to centrifugal compressor, translational and rotational effect shall
be considered. “Activate Bourdon Effect: Translation and Rotation”.
For 36” and larger piping connected to pressure vessel, translational effect shall be considered.
“Activate Bourdon Effects: Translation only”.
(2) Thermal Bowing Delta Temperature

Use computer default, “Thermal Bowing Delta Temperature: 0”.


When temperature difference between bottom of pipe (liquid) and top (gas) is more than 60degC,
thermal bowing shall be considered. This entry (dT) should be computed from the equation:
dT = Ttop - Tbottom

3.2 Design Conditions

3.2.1 General
(1) If branched piping diameter is larger than one half of the header, branch piping shall be calculated
together with the header in order to evaluate stresses at branch connections.

(2) Fixed point shall be included in the calculation model. In case of absence, virtual anchor point shall
be placed. However, the calculated displacement shall be input on the assumed support location.

(3) If there are a lifting support on W+P+T case, delete the support and re-calculate sustain stress. This
is to ensure that there would be no sustained load overstress on the piping system during actual
operation where lifting is expected. However, if moving up is less than 1mm, support may still be
considered effective.
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(4) Flexibility Factor and Stress Intensification Factor shall be calculated and input manually as per
ASME B31.3 Table D300 for the piping of D T  100 .

3.2.2 Installation Temperature


28.5 deg Celsius shall be taken as the installation temperature.

3.2.3 Temperature Break


If the temperature is not same throughout the piping system, various conditions shall be taken into
consideration. For example, two pumps in a piping system with one as stand-by, the following calculation
cases shall be considered;

Case A Pump A & B All Hot,


Case B Pump A=Hot / B=Cold,
Case C Pump A=Cold / B=Hot.

Temperature break is at the upstream side of the block valve flange face and branch connection.

A
A= calculation temp. A
B
B= calculation temp.+ installation temp.
2
C=installation temp.
B
C
PUMP-A
(Operating)

PUMP-B (Stand-by)

FIG DESIGN-1 : Temperature Break Point


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3.2.4 Friction Factor

The effect of friction shall be calculated based on the following:

Materials Friction Factors


Steel to Steel 0.30
Teflon to Teflon 0.10
Teflon to Stainless Steel 0.06

Frictionless support shall be assumed when the entire system is supported by means of hanger rod or
spring hanger.

3.2.5 Specific Gravity Insulation

Mineral wool 0.22


PIR 0.05
Others See Insulation Specification

3.3 Load Combinations


The following load combinations shall be considered. (Refer also to Attachment-2)

Abbreviations:
W: pipe weigh + fluid weight + insulation weight
WH: pipe weigh + water weight + insulation weight
P: calculation pressure
PH: hydrostatic test pressure
F: permanent external force, if any
FO: occasional force such as seismic, wind and slug force, if any
T: calculation temperature
D: thermal displacement

3.3.1 Sustain Stress


W+P + F
Weight of standard valves and flanges should be in accordance with CAESARII libraries.
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Non-standard components (i.e. control valves with actuators, Relief Valves, strainers, etc) can be assumed
if not readily available. However, it should be noted as “HOLD” in the calculation sketch. Once the data is
available, it should be properly reflected in the calculation sketch and model.
Design Pressure in the latest Line Designation Table (LDT) shall be used as calculation pressure.
3.3.2 Occasional Stress
W+P+F+ FO
Occasional loads shall be in accordance with ASME B31.3 302.3.6. Allowable stress may be multiplied by a
factor of 1.33.
Design Pressure or Flex conditions in the latest LDT shall be used as calculation pressure.
3.3.2.1 Hydrostatic Test
WH+PH+F
Hydrostatic test case shall be considered, if it is applicable. Test pressure shall be taken from
LDT.
3.3.2.2 Wind Load
W+P+F+Wind
Wind load case shall be considered basically for high elevated and exposed lines such as over
head line of tower, AFC header and flare header, etc. At least, wind case is applicable for the
top elevation of pipe rack, lines over EL.15m and large size (30” and above).
Wind pressure shall be considered in 4 directions (+Fx, -Fx, +Fz, -Fz) and the combination
loads of each directions need not be considered. Refer to Attachment-3 for Wind Pressure
Input in CAESARII.
3.3.2.3 Seismic Load
W+P+F+Seismic
Seismic load case shall be considered basically for high elevated and exposed lines such as
over head line of tower, AFC header and flare header, etc. At least, seismic case is applicable
for the top elevation of pipe rack, lines over EL.15m and large size (20” and above).
Seismic load shall be considered in 4 directions (+Ux, -Ux, +Uz, -Uz) and the combination
loads of each directions need not be considered. Refer to Attachment-4 for Seismic Load Input
in CAESARII.

3.3.2.4 Pressure Relief Valves Reaction Force


W+P+F+Reaction Force
All pressure relief valves (PRV) shall be designed to cater for out of balance reaction forces.
Reaction force “F” should be calculated and transmitted to Civil.
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(1) Inlet

Impact force “H” shall be half of “F” and “H” shall be half of “F” which is calculated by the
formula (DESIGN-0). See .

(2) Outlet

Closed System
The header connection portion is the opening end. Thrust force shall be applied to the
opening end in the opposite direction to discharge direction as load “Fx2(DLF)” according
to API520. See FIG DESIGN-3 (1).

Open System
Thrust force shall be applied to the opening end acting towards the opposite direction to
discharge direction as load “Fx2(DLF)” according to API520. Stack piping shall be
installed and outlet piping shall be up to the first elbow, as shown in ASME B31.1,
Appendix II. The outlet direction of the PRV should be in parallel to the axial direction of
the main piping, so thrust force should be acted on just above the main piping at the
opening end. See FIG DESIGN-3 (2)
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P=
Tight Strap H(up)=1/2 F
H Dummy pipe (Typ.)
”A”
H (Trunnion)
H
H H
H ”A”
(1) Impact force around PRV (2) Indication on
information dwg H=1/2 F (Typ.)
H=1/2 F
PLAN VIEW “A”-“A”
Tight Strap FIG DESIGN-2 : Inlet of PRV

PRV

F x 2(DLF)
Flow
PRV

Opening end
Header line F x 2(DLF)

(1) Closed System (2) Open System


FIG DESIGN-3 : Outlet of PRV

kT
F  129W  0.1( AP ) (DESIGN-0)
(k  1) M
Where:
F = reaction force at the point of discharge to the atmosphere [N].
W = flow of any gas or vapor [kg / sec].
k = ration of specific heats ( Cp / Cv ).
Cp = specific heat at constant pressure.
Cv = specific heat at constant volume.
T = temperature at inlet [K].
M = molecular weight of the process fluid.
A = area of the outlet at the point of discharge [mm2].
P = static pressure within the outlet at the point of discharge [bar]
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3.3.2.5 Slug Flow Force


W+P+F+Slug Flow Force
Two phase flow lines, which are susceptible to slug flow, should be designed under this
condition. These lines are specified in H-00-1360-901-NRP2. Securing anchors or hold down
guide support are necessary to handle high excitation forces and to increase the first mode of
vibration (natural frequency) to a value above 5Hz.
The static force on a 90 Elbow due to slug flow impinges at 45 to the direction of flow into the
elbow radially outwards from the elbow. A dynamic load factor of 2 shall be used. The slug force
“F” is calculated by the following formula,
F  2 AV 2
g ………………………………………………………………………….. (DESIGN-0)

F
Where:
F = Force [ Kgf ]
 = Density of fluid [ Kg /m3]
A = Pipe internal area [ m2 ]
V = Fluid Velocity [ m/s ]
G = gravitational constant; 9.8 [ m/s2 ]

FIG DESIGN-4 : Slug Force

3.3.3 Thermal Stress


T+D
Design temperature in the latest LDT shall be used as calculation temperature. For lines under hot and cold
services, thermal stress shall be based on the total difference of the positive and negative temperatures
(full stress range).

3.3.4 Loads on Equipment Nozzle


(1) Rotary machine, Reciprocating machine, AFC, Aluminum Heat Exchanger and Cold box

The operating temperature can be used for calculation of loads.

(2) Static equipment (Vessels, Column, Tower, Exchanger, Tank, etc.)

The design temperature shall be used for calculation of loads.


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4 EVALUATION OF LOAD on equipment


Unless otherwise specified, allowable nozzle loads shall be in accordance with the vendor allowable loads. The evaluation
result shall be recorded in the nozzle evaluation form.

4.1 Pressure Vessel and Heat Exchanger


(1) When there is elbow between the equipment and nozzle flange such as tower bottom, such piping should be
regarded as a part of the piping system and nozzle load shall be evaluated at the connection point of the
equipment.

(2) Nozzle flange face shall be regarded as fixed anchor with imposed displacements. When loads exceeded to
the allowable, nozzle flexibility can be considered at the nozzle neck using Caesar II nozzle model option.

(3) Allowable nozzle loads up to 24” shall be in accordance with Attachment-5. If the load is exceeding the
allowable, actual loads shall be informed to Equipment group for the detail evaluation or They may be
evaluated by WRC 107, WRC 297 and ASME Section VIII or Finite Element Method

(4) For Brazed Aluminum Heat Exchanger (BAHE), nozzle loads shall be in accordance with vendor allowable.

4.2 Pump
(1) Positioning the reducer away from the nozzle can increase flexibility on the piping system. However, pressure
drop may take place. Therefore, any change in routing for flexibility or reducer positioning should be
immediately advised to Process Engineer.

(2) No alignment between nozzle and piping flange need to be checked.

4.3 Centrifugal Compressor


(1) Compressors have several stages generally, it is imperative to obtain from the compressor vendors the
tabulated values of line temperatures and nozzle displacements for the operating / upset conditions.

(2) The dead loads on the nozzles should be as close to zero as possible by the use of spring supports.

(3) The alignment check is required at nozzle of compressor. This check shall be performed by measuring
clearance between compressor nozzle and piping flange at ambient temperature without fluid weight. Flange
bolts are removed, and spring support is active. Allowable displacement is less than 1.0mm for all directions.

4.4 Air Fin Cooler


(1) The following three methods are available for installation of AFC. Select the applicable method accordingly,

(a) The center point of each independent header box is fixed. This method is most widely used. However,
more flexibility is required to branched piping from header to each nozzle.
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(b) Adjoining header boxes are connected and will be fixed at the center of the whole assembly. The
movement of header box gets increasingly as it gets farther from the center. Horizontal load caused by
header box movement will act on the fixed point. The load shall be informed to Civil and Equipment group.

(c) Header boxes are installed without connection and will be shifted along header pipe movement.
Horizontal load caused by header box movement will act on the fixed point of header line. In addition,
branch lines also will be imposed horizontal load from movement of each header box.

(2) For odd pass AFC, separated calculation models can be applied. For even pass AFC, it should be carefully
checked if the header box is separated into two parts or share the same header box. If separated, differential
expansion between the two manifolds should be checked. If not, calculation model for both inlet and outlet can
be made into one.

(3) If bundle flexibility is to be considered, the following information shall be obtained from the vendor in advance.

Tube bundle stiffness


Header box weight
Header box maximum allowable thermal displacement
Friction coefficient between the header box and support
Length between the header box supports
AFC Detailed GA drawing

4.5 Tank
(1) The definition of tank bulge / nozzle rotation / allowable loads (NOMOGRAM chart) is under the responsibility
of tank group and must be clarified with Calculation Form for API650 Tanks.

(2) Tanks will be subject to settlement. However, the connection to the tank nozzle will be made after hydrostatic
test. Future settlement shall be considered by locating the first support within the suitable distance from the
nozzle to prevent over loading. Spring supports may be used.

(3) If API-650 is applicable, nozzle loads shall be evaluated by Calculation Form. If tank is out of API-650 scope,
nozzle loads shall be requested to Tank Group for evaluation.
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5 DESIGN CRITERIA
5.1 General Guide lines for Piping Support
(1) Allowable support span and guide span shall be as specified in D-00-1360-003-NRP2. If the span exceeds the
allowable, it shall be ensured that the allowable stress in the pipe is not exceeded and the maximum deflection
of pipe with full of water is not too much.

(2) Maximize the use of standard support. Piping shall be supported from below in preference to hanging from
above.

(3) Standard supports for guides and stops provide a 3mm gap actually. Friction factor for guide support is not
required, if the calculation model is not provided with such gap. However, if the limit guide is required, friction
factor shall be considered. Stopper shall always take the friction effect.

(4) Dummy pipe or trunnion that is directly welded on the main pipe shall be modeled. Connection shall be
modeled as a reinforced tee, pressure is zero and temperature is ambient. “Sh” at the design temperature of
the run pipe shall be applied for the allowable stress of the reinforced tee.

(5) Maximum allowable temperature for PTFE (sliding plate) is 200degC. For high temperature lines, support
bottom plate temperature shall be ensured by calculation form.

(6) Strut can be an effective restraint of zero friction factor.

(7) Vibration dampeners shall be used when necessary to prevent vibration in the piping system.

(8) Tag numbering system for special pipe supports shall be as follows.

XX-SPS-YYY-ZZZ (e.g. 15-SPS-005-001)


XX : Plant Unit No. such as 15,16,19,56
YYY : Sequence Number for Each Work Breakdown Structure of Piping Plan Drawing
(e.g : D-15-1362-YYY-RP2-N-J)
ZZZ : 3-digit counter number starting from 001

(9) Tag numbering system for struts shall be as follows.

XX-STR-YYY-ZZZ (e.g. 15-STR-005-001)


XX : Plant Unit No. such as 15,16,19,56
YYY : Sequence Number for Each Work Breakdown Structure of Piping Plan Drawing
(e.g : D-15-1362-YYY-RP2-N-J)
ZZZ : 3-digit counter number starting from 001
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Spring Support
(1) Minimize the use of springs, because piping system is becoming unstable against wind and other external
loads. Spring should be used, but not limited to the following cases;

(a) When piping lifts up due to thermal expansion (W+P+T) and equipment nozzle cannot withstand piping
weight, or when there is sustain overstressed (W+P). (*Note)

(b) When there is no lift off support but +Y support or equipment nozzle cannot withstand large force due to
thermal expansion (W+P+T), or when there is sustain overstressed (W+P) even if +Y support can
withstand large force.

(c) Even after piping modification, piping still lifts up at the support location or large force acts on the support,
and there is sustained overstressed (W+P). (*Note)

(d) Rigid supports that cannot handle excessive displacement

(e) Piping on centrifugal compressors or pumps to decrease nozzle loads.

*Note: Calculation model shall be re-run by removing the lift off support. If there is no sustained overstress
(W+P) and the loads on the nozzles are within the allowable then spring may not be necessary. However,
deflection due to deadweight shall be taken into consideration.

(2) For initial input, spring can be selected either by manually or through CAESAR II libraries.

(3) Spring variability is calculated by the following equation;

Variability Factor (%) = (Cold Load - Hot Load) / Hot Load x 100

Load variability factor should be less than 25 % generally. However, spring supports immediately downstream
of rotating equipment shall be limited to 10-15% load variation.

(4) Spring with the highest variability factor should be given priority. If it fails to meet the calculation requirements,
then the next spring with lower variability factor can be selected. Constant spring that has zero variability will
be selected as last option.

(5) Friction shall be considered for spring supports and shall not be considered for spring hangers.

(6) Piping displacement at spring hanger shall be checked to keep within the inclination of 4deg.

(7) Springs attached to compressors or pump piping that require frequent maintenance, spring with bolt
mechanism (permanent bolt locking device) is recommended.
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(8) Hydrostatic test loads must be noted on the spring hanger control sheet, where it exceeds twice the rated
loads.

(9) Support loads shall have a factor of 20% to cover for miscellaneous piping attachments, such as clamp, rod,
shoe, nuts, bolts of flanges, outer cover plates of insulation, fluid inside the valves and others. Spring shall be
selected taking into account the said items. Also, loads on spring location shall include the weight of the spring
itself.

(10) Tag numbering system for springs shall be as follows.

XX-SHY-ZZZ-NRP2 (e.g. 15-SH1-001-NRP2)


XX : Plant Unit No. such as 15, 16, 19, 56
SHY: SH1 for Spring, SH2 for Spring Hanger, SH3 for Constant Spring
ZZZ : Serial number starting from 001

5.2 Flange Leakage Check


Flange leakage check shall be confirmed by calculations when the design temperature exceeds 204degC and for
all temperatures when the nominal size exceeds 24-inch. The evaluation result shall be recorded in the evaluation
form.
At first, the following formula shall be used.
16M 4F
Peq  3

G G 2
P  Peq
Effective flange pressure =
Where:
M external bending moment
F external axial force (tension only)
G diameter at location of gasket load reaction
P design pressure
Effective flange pressure shall be less than working pressure as per ASME B16.5 or B16.47.
If the result is not good, support type, location and piping configuration shall be changed to decrease the bending
moment. Then, the result is still over the allowable, detail analysis shall be checked as per ASME SECTION VIII
DIVISION I APPENDIX 2.
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6 DOCUMENTATION

6.1 Calculation sketch cover sheet


The following items shall be indicated in the cover sheet so that designers and even stress engineers can keep
track on historical data. Refer to Attachment-Error: Reference source not found.

6.2 Electronic data


The following sub-directories shall be created under “Calculation Data” directory.

6.2.1 Caesar II input and output data


Sub-directories will be provided as C-XX-1360-YYYZ_RN containing the following;

Caesar *.A, *.J, *.P and *.cfg and nozzle initial displacements
(Nozzle initial displacements file is defined as C-XX-1360-YYY_RN_Disp.xls.)

XX plant unit no. such as 15,16,19 and 56


YYY stress calculation sequence numbers such as 001, 002, …
R “J” for internal issue, “A” for client issue
N Revision numbers such as 1, 2,…

6.2.2 Nozzle Load Evaluation sheet


Filename is defined as C-XX-1360-YYY-EQPID_RN.xls.

XX plant unit no. such as 15, 16, 19 and 56


YYY stress calculation sequence numbers such as 001, 002, …
EQPID Equipment No. & Nozzle No, such as D-0001-N1, E-0110A-N2, P-0111AB-N1N2.
R “J” for internal issue, “A” for client issue
N Revision numbers such as 1, 2,…
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6.2.3 Scanned Sketches


All copies of scanned calculation sketches will be saved. Filename shall be the same as calculation
number.

Filename is defined as C-XX-1360-YYYZ_RN.pdf.

XXXX plant unit nos. such as R230, R340 and G000


YYY stress calculation sequence numbers such as 001, 002, …
ZCondition Cases such as A, B,…if any
R “J” for internal issue, “A” for client issue
N Revision numbers such as 1, 2,…
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ATTACHMENT-1 : Unit Definition
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ATTACHMENT 2 : Sample of Load Combinations
Table-1 For Civil Information
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Table-2 For Formal Analysis


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Table-3 For Formal Analysis with Spring Support


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ATTACHMENT 3 : Wind Pressure Input in CAESARII
(1) Input window
Check on the “Wind/Wave” box, then set “Wind Shape Factor” as 0.65.

(2) Wind load set up


Wind direction shall be in accordance with the following definition.
Wind1 = +Fx direction : (X, Y, Z) = (1, 0, 0)
Wind2 = -Fx direction : (X, Y, Z) = (-1, 0, 0)
Wind3 = +Fz direction : (X, Y, Z) = (0, 0, 1)
Wind4 = -Fz direction : (X, Y, Z) = (0, 0, -1)
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Clic “User Wind Profile” and set Wind Pressure vs. Elevation as below.
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ATTACHMENT 4 : Seismic Load Input in CAESARII
(3) Special Execution Parameters.
Check on the “Uniform Load in G’s” box.

(4) Input Window.


Check on the “Uniform Loads” box, then set Ux and Uz as per the subject piping elevation.
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Ux and Uz value shall be calculated by using the following data with proportional distribution.

Pipe rack section view


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ATTACHMENT 5 : Allowable Nozzle Loads. (HOLD)


Allowable Loads Acting on Nozzles (up to 24”) on Towers, Drums and Other Pressure Vessels.
For 26” and larger nozzles, allowable load shall be confirmed to Equipment Dept.

Nozzle Nozzle Axial Load Rectangular Load Moment


Fa ( kg ) ( In two Directions ) ( In three Directions )
Size
Ft ( kg ) Ma ( kg・m )
( in. )

1/4 66 30 31
3/8 74 34 35
1/2 84 39 40
3/4 99 46 47
1 120 56 56
1-1/4 151 70 71
1-1/2 175 81 82
2 230 106 108
2-1/2 319 147 150
3 406 188 191
4 622 287 292
5 907 418 425
6 1270 584 593
8 2250 1040 1060
10 3650 1680 1710
12 5530 2550 2590
14 7240 3340 3400
16 10100 4670 4740
18 13700 6300 6400
20 17900 8280 8410
24 29000 13400 13600