By Roy A. Parisher, Robert A. Rhea
Pipe designers and drafters supply millions of piping drawings utilized in the format of business and different amenities. The layouts needs to conform to safeguard codes, executive criteria, customer standards, funds, and start-up date. Pipe Drafting and layout, moment variation presents step by step directions to stroll pipe designers and drafters and scholars in Engineering layout portraits and Engineering know-how in the course of the construction of piping association and isometric drawings utilizing symbols for fittings, flanges, valves, and mechanical gear. The e-book is acceptable essentially for pipe layout within the petrochemical industry.
greater than 350 illustrations and pictures supply examples and visible directions. a special function is the systematic association of drawings that starts off with the format of the structural foundations of a facility and keeps via to the improvement of a three-D version. complicated chapters speak about the customization of AutoCAD, AutoLISP and information at the use of third-party software program to create 3D types from which elevation, part and isometric drawings are extracted together with accounts of material.
Covers drafting and layout basics to particular recommendation at the improvement of piping drawings utilizing handbook and AutoCAD techniques
3-D version photographs offer an unusual chance to imagine a whole piping facility
Each bankruptcy contains routines and questions designed for evaluation and perform
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Extra resources for Pipe Drafting and Design (2nd Edition)
Pipe Fittings SCREWED AND SOCKET-WELD FITTINGS Screwed and socket-weld fittings perform the same basic functions as butt-weld fittings. There are, however, a few differences that must be examined. Screwed and socket-weld fittings are normally reserved for installations using fittings 3" and smaller. Screwed and socketweld fittings are also available in cast iron, malleable iron, or forged steel. Cast iron and malleable iron fittings are typically used on low pressure and temperature lines such as air, water, or condensate.
Screwed fittings dimensioning chart. Pipe Fittings Figure 3-48. Socket-weld fittings dimensioning chart. Figure 3-49. Internal and external threads. 35 36 Pipe Drafting and Design Figure 3-50. Socket-weld fittings. Figure 3-51. Screwed and socket-weld fittings. Swage One exception to the standard 3" minimum rule is the swage nipple. Swages are functionally similar to reducers, but are specifically designed for screwed and socketweld pipe. Screwed swages have male (external) threads and can be connected to other screwed fittings without the use of a pipe nipple.
35 36 Pipe Drafting and Design Figure 3-50. Socket-weld fittings. Figure 3-51. Screwed and socket-weld fittings. Swage One exception to the standard 3" minimum rule is the swage nipple. Swages are functionally similar to reducers, but are specifically designed for screwed and socketweld pipe. Screwed swages have male (external) threads and can be connected to other screwed fittings without the use of a pipe nipple. They are used to make reductions in the line size on a straight run of pipe. Swages, like reducers, are available in either a concentric or eccentric shape.