Pipe Stress Analysis

Analyzing stresses in as-found piping runs is at times required, particularly if the configuration has changed due to modifications or repairs since the original construction, or if there have been transient events that have affected the piping layout.

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Pipe Stress Analysis

TETRA provides a full range of analysis services using industry-standard AutoPIPE™ software to predict stresses in piping and loads on equipment resulting from thermal gradients, seismic, pipe and fluid weights, pressure, and mounting/fixing strain.

The project scope can cover analyzing entire sets of external pipe runs from steam generators and other balance-of-plant, or focused analysis on pipe sections after modifications, process upsets or failures.  Dynamic analysis for piping systems subject to vibration can be performed as well if required.

Pipe Stress Analysis
Pipe Stress Analysis

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Piping Field Inspections

Piping Field Inspections

Performing periodic inspections is an important part of prolonging power piping safety, reliability, efficiency, and profitability. A key objective is the targeted and judicious use of inspection resources to detect damage in plant piping systems. Although the focus is on large-bore or high-energy piping, also known as "Covered Piping Systems" according to ASME, the overall condition of the piping including smaller bore lines should also be verified.

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Pipe Stress Analysis

Pipe Stress Analysis

Analyzing stresses in as-found piping runs is at times required, particularly if the configuration has changed due to modifications or repairs since the original construction, or if there have been transient events that have affected the piping layout.

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