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SmithFibercast Fiberglass Reinforced Piping Systems. Smith Fibercast fiberglass reinforced epoxy and vinyl ester resin piping systems possess excellent corrosion resistance and a combination of mechanical and physical properties that offer many advantages over traditional piping systems. Smith Fibercast is recognized worldwide as a leading supplier of piping systems for a wide range of chemical and industrial applications. This manual is provided as a reference resource for some of the specific properties of Smith Fibercast’s piping systems. It is not intended to be a substitute for sound engineering practices as normally employed by professional design engineers. Smith Fibercast has an international network of distributors and trained field personnel to advise on proper installation techniques. It is recommended they be consulted for assistance when installing Smith Fibercast piping systems. This not only enhances the integrity of the piping system, but also increases the efficiency and economy of the installation.
Section 1 Flow Properties
Preliminary Pipe Sizing, Detailed Pipe Sizing, Liquid Flow, Loss in Pipe Fittings, Open Channel Flow, Gas Flow.
Section 2 Above Ground System Design Using Supports, Anchors & Guides.
Piping Support Design, Support Bracket Design, Typical Guide Design, Anchor Design, Piping Support Span Design.
Section 3 Temperature Effects
System Design, Thermal Properties and Characteristics, Fundamental Thermal Analysis Formulas, Thermal Expansion and Contraction, Anchor Restraint Load, Guide Spacing, Flexibility Analysis and Design, Directional Change Design, Expansion Loop Design, Expansion Joint Design, Heat Tracing, Thermal Conductivity, Thermal Expansion in Buried Pipe, Pipe Torque due to Thermal Expansion.
Section 4 Pipe Burial
Pipe Flexibility, Burial Analysis, Soil Types, Soil Modulus, Trench Excavation and Preparation, Trench Size, Trench Construction
Maximum Burial Depth, Roadway Crossing, Bedding and Backfill, Trench Bottom, Backfill Materials, Backfill Cover, High Water Table
Section 5 Other Considerations
Abrasive Fluids, Low Temperature Applications, Pipe Passing Through Walls or Concrete Structures, Pipe Bending, Static Electricity
Steam Cleaning, Thrust Blocks, Vacuum Service, Valves, Vibration, Fluid (Water) Hammer, Ultraviolet (U.V.) Radiation and Weathering, Fungal, Bacterial, and Rodent Resistance.
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