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Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyPresented By:Perwez D. Shaikh, P.E.Tom BurnettDan KlawonnSlide - 1

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyTopics PresentedLISEGA general informationPipe Support Engineering Design ProcessWalk Through an Example of Pipe Support Design ProcessUtilizing Caesar Output to Generate Pipe Support Design DataManual Selection of Spring Hanger Assembly RequirementsLICAD – A State of Art Pipe Support Design Tool DemonstrationExport LICAD information to 2D & 3D PlatformsQuestion and AnswersSlide - 2

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA General InformationFounded in 1964 by Gerhard LiesegangLargest Pipe Hanger Company WorldwideNumerous International Fabrication locationsPredominant Supplier in the Power Market – Fossil & NuclearDistribution began in 1987 from Laconia, New HampshireManufacturing began in Newport, Tennessee in late 1993Moved to new facility in Kodak, Tennessee in March 2011Slide - 3

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA General InformationLISEGAGroupLISEGA AGGermanyLISEGA Inc.USALISEGA Ltd.UKLISEGA PSTChinaLISEGA ionsOutput inTons.1)Employees 2) Total ShopAreas Total Shop Office Outside1,686,092 ft²419,640 ft²66,712 ft²1,199,740 ft²645,600 ft²215,200 ft²32,280 ft²398,120 ft²622,000 ft²100,000 ft²22,000 ft²500,000 ft²34,432 ft²10,760 ft²2,152 ft²21,520 ft²398,120 ft²75,320 ft²10,760 ft²312,040 ft²3)32,280 ft²21,520 ft²5,380 ft²5,380 ft²112,980 ft²21,520 ft²5,380 ft²86,080 ft²Slide - 4

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA Facility in Kodak, TNSlide - 5

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA Facility in Kodak, TN22,000 ft² Office Space100,000 ft² Manufacturing SpaceSlide - 6

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA Facility in Kodak, TNSlide - 7

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA Facility in Kodak, TNCNC Plasma Torch. (Note that steel plates load directly onto table by forkliftfrom outside)Slide - 8

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA Facility in Kodak, TN4-head oxy-acetylene Torch. (Both CNC & Oxy torches are controlled by a singleoperator)Slide - 9

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA Facility in Kodak, TNSlide - 10

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyPipe Support Design ProcessinPetro-Chemical IndustrySlide - 11

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Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologySample of Typical Support DrawingSlide - 13

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologySample Typical Bill of QuantitySlide - 14

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologySample Support Data SheetsSlide - 15

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologySample Support Data SheetsSlide - 16

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Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologySolution for the Design of a Support Hanger AssemblyNeed a software that would perform the following functions:Design of support assemblies in terms of load capacities,compatibility of components and space restrictionsDrafting of support assemblies with complete BOM,detailed data for setting springs in the shop, installationdetails in terms of field welds, offsets, location of supportsetc.Populating of support assembly in 3D environment withexact dimensions and not blocking of arbitrary spacesSlide - 18

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologySavings can be Realized by Utilizing Hanger Design ToolLICADTotal design hours in designing individual supports for the projectTotal drafting hours for individual support assembliesTotal modeling hours for locating supports in 3D model andperforming interference checksSimple and consistent designs save hours in designing, fabricationand installation of supportsOverall total man hours (schedule) are reduced thereby assuringminimal cost over runs and assured Pipe Support deliveries to siteSlide - 19

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyHanger ListSavings can be Realized by Utilizing Hanger Design ToolSlide - 20

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyHanger ListSavings can be Realized by Utilizing Hanger Design ToolSlide - 21

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExample of Pipe Support Design ProcessPipe has been routedPiping layout handed over to Piping Engineer for qualifying thepiping system to meet B31.3 or B31.1 code requirements and tocome up with supporting scheme that meets these requirementsCaesar II program is utilized to (stress) analyze the piping systemSupport types and locations are part of geometry input into Caesarand supports get selected in Caesar model to qualify the systemSlide - 22

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExample of Caesar Model and Supports SelectedSupport at node 3485is a spring hanger andcan be modeled asoTop supported close tothe beamoTop Supported withspring can in themiddle to avoidinterferenceoTop supported Trapezedue to limited headroomoBottom supportedspring canSupport at node 3485Slide - 23

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExample of Caesar Model and Supports SelectedSelection of Spring Hangers within CaesarooooCaesar has a built-in Lisegavariable and constant hangerlibrary (as well as other vendorssuppliers)Hanger Design Control Data formis utilized for selection of springswithin Caesar to apply to the entiresystem. Some parameters used forthis are:Allowable Load VariationHanger Table : 5 – LisegaMultiple Load case Design OptionsEtc.Slide - 24

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExample of Caesar Input Spring Hanger SelectionSelection of Spring Hangers within Caesar IISelection of springs within Caesar on anindividual basis is carried out byselecting the following:oooooHanger Table : 5 – LisegaAvailable SpaceAllowable Load VariationNo. Hangers at LocationHanger hardware weight (tare weight)input field to correctly pick the rightsize of springSlide - 25

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExample of Caesar Output Hanger Load SummaryLOAD CASE DEFINITION KEYCASE 4 (OPE) W T1 P1 HCASE 5 (SUS) W P1 HCASE 6 (EXP) L6 L4-L5NODELoad Case34854(OPE)5(SUS)6(EXP)MAXFX lb.FY lb.Prog Design VSH0-53830-52660-117FZ lb.000MX ft.lb. MY ft.lb. MZ ft.lb.000000000-5383/L4ZXYDX in.DY in.DZ 39720.4595-0.01840.4779-0.4422/L4 0.4779/L6AxialLateralVerticalSlide - 26

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExample of Caesar Output Spring Hanger SelectionSlide - 27

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLISEGA Catalog Selection of Spring HangerSlide - 28

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExample of Caesar Output Spring Hanger SelectionComputation of Angularity and Tri-Travel34854(OPE)Prog Design VSH0-53830000-2.7455-0.44220.4595DISPLACEMENTSX -2.7455 inZ 0.4595 inR Caesar2.7837 inY Caesar-0.4422 inCVPD AngularityHVPD HRPD Tri Travel(HRPD-CVPD) 80.5000 in1.9805 deg80.9422 in80.9901 in-0.4901 inSlide - 29

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyUtilizing Caesar Output to Design a Spring Hanger AssemblyData Required to Complete the Support DesignLoad (Hot Load)CaesarTravel (Hot Displacements)CaesarPipe Diameter/InsulationCaesarDesign TemperatureCaesarSupport ConfigurationTypicalInstallation heightModelSlide - 30

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologySpring Hanger Assembly Configuration OptionsOPTION 01OPTION 02OPTION 03Slide - 31

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyManual Selection of Spring Hanger AssemblyTop Attachmento Selection based upon load, spring size and/or rod sizeSpringo Select spring based upon Hot Load and Movement from StressAnalysis computation of tare weighto Calculate Cold load, Variability and Take-out DimensionThreaded Rodo Selection based upon load, spring size and/or rod size and HLClamp Attachmento Selection based upon load, clamp size and/or rod sizeClampo Select type of clamp based upon load, temperature and pipediameterSlide - 32

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyRole of Tare Weight in the Selection of SpringsOPTION 01Slide - 33

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyRole of Tare Weight in the Selection of SpringsCaesar OutputLICAD OutputOPTION 01Slide - 34

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyRole of Tare Weight in the Selection of SpringsTotal Tare weight 297.31 LbsOPTION 03Slide - 35

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologySolution for the Design of a Support Hanger AssemblyManual Selection of proper hanger components and arrangingthem together to meet the design and dimensional requirementsof space availableTime consuming task which can eat up mega project budgethoursLisega software LICAD allows the designer to utilize designdata from Caesar and typical support configuration details togenerate pipe support drawings within a few minutesHuge savings in costs and project budget hoursSlide - 36

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – A State of Art Pipe Support Design ToolSlide - 37

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – A State of Art Pipe Support Design ToolLICAD has been a design tool since 1989 and has achieved industryrecognition for its robust design and interface capabilitiesoooooMaterial selections based upon load and temperatureOver Sixty Support Assembly Configurations can be designedand drawings producedAble to export support information into 3rd party 2D & 3Dprograms including placing the hanger in the proper location inthe 3D modelAllows any combination of metric and UNC inputs as well asoutputsPrint option allows multiple (output) languagesSlide - 38

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – Built-in Standard Support ConfigurationsSlide - 39

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – Built-in Standard Support ConfigurationsSlide - 40

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – Built-in Standard Support ConfigurationsSlide - 41

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – Built-in Standard Support ConfigurationsSlide - 42

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – Built-in Standard Support ConfigurationsSlide - 43

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – Built-in Standard Support ConfigurationsSlide - 44

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – Built-in Standard Support ConfigurationsSlide - 45

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – A State of the Art Pipe Support Design ToolLICAD program has the ability to build a project specificsupport design/drafting specificationDual capability of designing supports on an individualbasis or through import of Excel data sheet(s) containingsupport design dataCan compile a summary of all the parts and quantitiesincluding total weight for all the support drawings residingin a project system folder (HRH, CRH etc)Can compile a summary of total price for all the supportsdrawings residing in a project system folder based onLisega unit price listSlide - 46

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – DemonstrationSpring Hanger DesignSupport DataoLoad (Hot Load)oTravel (Hot Displ.) Lat. -2.75”, Axial 0.46”, Ver. -0.44”oPipe Diameter/Insulation18”/3.5”oDesign Temperature849 deg FoSupport ConfigurationOption 3oInstallation height7 ftoDistance between Cans39.61”oCan Pre-welded to beam5383 lbsSlide - 47

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – DemonstrationLICAD Excel InterfaceSaves time from manual inputting of hanger design informationCreates hangers from import of hanger data from Excel sheetEliminates manual (design) entry errorsUnlimited quantity of hangers (1 to .)Slide - 48

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – DemonstrationLICAD Excel InterfaceHangermarkConfig. No DIM 1HydroMove Move MoveInsul LoadPipe V413B1V513Top X Coo Y Coo Z CooConrrr5383 11300 -0.750.250.384.5500730004'-6"1001.51600 -0.560.250.56.625450750005'-0"30021900 -0.750.518.62595073000Slide - 49

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – DemonstrationCreating Project Specific SpecificationSlide - 50

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – DemonstrationSummary of All Parts and QuantitiesSlide - 51

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD – DemonstrationSummary of Pricing per List Price -- Creating Project BudgetsSlide - 52

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExport LICAD information to 3rd Party 2D & 3D ProgramsSlide - 53

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyExport LICAD information to 3rd Party 2D & 3D ProgramsLICAD Interfaces2D applicationVia a DXF export file, the design gets transferredwith bills of material, location plans and letterheads as an option, to various CAD programs, e.g.AutoCAD or MicroStation.3D applicationLICAD using defined interfacesLICAD generated designs are transferred to 3Dapplications which are true to scale INTERGRAPH – SmartPlant and PDS AVEVA -- PDMS, CADCENTRE BENTLEY -- PlantSpace Support Modeler NAVISWORKS, LightWork DesignSlide - 54

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyDemonstration - Exporting LICAD in 3D ModelsSlide - 55

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyDemonstration - Exporting LICAD in 3D ModelsSlide - 57

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyDemonstration - Exporting LICAD in 3D ModelsSlide - 58

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD InformationThe LICAD program, along with any interfaces, can bedownloaded from the LISEGA websiteFree of Chargeat www.lisega.com download sectionTechnical assistance: James Hill (865) 940-5200 ext. 325e-mail: [email protected] Information: The LICAD Quick set-up guideSlide - 59

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyLICAD Houston Office / WarehousePerwez D. Shaikh, P. E.Director, Engineering and Technical SupportRobert JohnRegional Account ManagerTown Center2245 Texas Drive Suite 300Sugar Land, Texas 77479Tel: 281-566-2543 2544Slide - 60

Pipe Support Design ProcessTaking Advantage of TechnologyQuestion & Answer SessionSlide - 61

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Design of support assemblies in terms of load capacities, compatibility of components and space restrictions . Piping layout handed over to Piping Engineer for qualifying the piping system to meet B31.3 or B31.1 code requirements and to come up with supporting scheme that meets these requirements .