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Title: A STUDY ON PIPE SUPPORT DESIGN FOR STEAM PIPING SYSTEM
Authors: MALAI ABDUL RAHMAN SHARIF BIN MALAI HUSSIN (56217120189)
Keywords: Gap difference
U-bolt clamp
Pipe support
Pipe
Issue Date: 11-Jun-2024
Abstract: To keep piping systems stable and reliable despite the challenges presented by the rough and dynamic marine environment, U-bolt pipe supports are an essential component in the maritime or operation industry. This abstract offer a thorough analysis of U-bolt pipe supports, clarifying their material concerns, design principles, and many maritime applications. U-bolt pipe supports are an essential component of the seafaring or operating industry because they help maintain piping systems secure and dependable despite the difficulties posed by the rough and dynamic marine environment. This abstract provides a comprehensive review of U-bolt pipe supports, revealing its many maritime uses, material factors, and design principles. Features of U-bolt pipe supports are designed to endure tough conditions. These supports are durable and dependable because of their strong material selection, corrosion resistance, and rigorous adherence to industry requirements. The gap between U bolt pipe support and pipe also play crucial role as it optimizes the purpose of U bolt pipe support. In addition to their distinctive design, which includes a U-shaped bolt that firmly attaches around pipes, U-bolt supports provide ease of installation and efficient maintenance in regions with restricted access. This space or gap between pipe and U bolt, which the design carefully considers, is essential for allowing the pipe to expand and contract with temperature changes, avoiding stress concentrations, and reducing the risk of failure or damage. Maintaining the appropriate distance between the pipe and U-bolt support is essential for the piping system to last a long time and function at its best under the harsh, dynamic circumstances found in the maritime environment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/30447
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