Analysis of buried piping according to EN 13941
The demand for buried piping analysis according to EN 13941 is increasing, but few piping analysis engineers are aware of the complexity of this piping code and its design consequences.
Standard pipe components like tees and bends are easily overstressed when analysed according to EN13941 and consequently, piping designers and analysis engineers frequently design oversized components.
This training course explains the analysis details in EN 13941 and the reasons for the difficulties to meet the stress criteria according to EN 13941. An important part of the training is analysis examples and ways to avoid oversized components.
The software used for these examples is ROHR2.
Instructor Swedish or English, training material English
Basic knowledge in mechanics and mechanics of materials. Experience of piping analysis according to other piping codes is an advantage but no requirement.
• Pipeline components
• Buried piping
• Modelling of buried piping in ROHR2
• Code settings for components
• Stress calculation of buried piping
• Stress evaluation according to EN13941
• Evaluation of branch connections
Jonas Larsson, Senior Engineering analyst, FEM, Msc.
Working mainly with presale activities, support and trainings. Been working at EDR&Medeso since 2001.
Have been working as a design engineer prior to continued studies at KTH, Solid mechanics, examination year 2000.
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