Human Spec for PIP Piping Materials Class 1CS1S01 - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data - Hexagon PPM

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Consider the following human spec 1CS1S01 (Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process) from the Process Industry Practices organization. 3

You should follow the same process for 1CS1S01 as in the previous human spec examples, 3CS1S02 and 1SP1S01, with the following exceptions:

  • The first 3" – 6" Ball Valve should be specified with the default value of Commodity Option.

  • Per Piping Note 08, the second 3" – 6" Ball Valve should be specified with an 'FP' value of Commodity Option.

  • The first 8" – 10" Ball Valve should be specified with the default value of Commodity Option.

  • Per Piping Note 08, the second 8" – 10" Ball Valve should be specified with an 'FP' value of Commodity Option.

  • The first 12" – 24" Ball Valve should be specified with the default value of Commodity Option.

  • Per Piping Note 08, the second 12" – 24" Ball Valve should be specified with an 'FP' value of Commodity Option.

  • The first 26" – 48" Ball Valve should be specified with the default value of Commodity Option.

  • Per Piping Note 08, the second 26" – 48" Ball Valve should be specified with an 'FP' value of Commodity Option.

  • Per Piping Note 09, the Piping Commodity Service Limits Data should be specified for all of the Ball Valves, the Lug Butterfly Valves, and the Plug Valves on the basis of the manufacturer’s recommended pressure-temperature restrictions. In order to invoke this commodity-specific validation, you must specify the value of the Selection Basis property as either 'Fitting that requires validation of Piping Commodity Service Limits Data', or 'Fitting plus reportable piping commodity that requires validation of Piping Commodity Service Limits Data', for example, a clamp and its gasket, as required.

  • You must specify one gasket for Class 150, raised-face flanged ends for ½" – 24", and a different gasket for Class 150, raised-face flanged ends for 26" – 48". You must specify a gasket for Class 300, raised-face flanged ends for ½" – 24". Per Piping Note 14, you must specify full face gaskets at flat-faced flange ends.

  • The Branch Intersection Rule in the human spec calls out the use of reinforcing pads, where the reinforcing pad thickness equals run pipe thickness, and the reinforcing pad width equals ½ the branch outside diameter. This data must be specified in the Reinforcing Pad Data Rule.

  • Piping Note 59 implies the use of branch reinforcement calculations, where reinforcement pads are specified, when the minimum header wall thickness at the branch location exceeds the xxx value. The xxx value equals the wall thickness value for the letter symbol shown in the legend for the Branch Intersection Rule, for example, xxx for G = 0.360", xxx for H 0.420", or xxx for J 0.480". Full encirclement reinforcing welds, where the length equals twice the branch pipe outside diameter, are specified when the wall thickness is less than or equal to the xxx value.

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3 Piping Material Specification 1CS1S01
Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A.
 Process; PIP PN01CS1S01
Copyright © 2001 Process Industry Practices (PIP),
Construction Industry Institute
Reprinted herein with permission from PIP on October 13, 2006.
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about the content of the human piping specifications contained herein.
 PIP human piping specifications are included herein
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