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Isometric for Pump Discharge Line & Suction Line

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Isometric for Pump discharge Line Isometric view for the below Pump suction line Top Courses in Engineering Design PDMS Training 3+ Live Projects 700+ Interview Questions 24/7 E-learning Access SP3D Training Certified Trainer 700+ Interview Questions Job Assistance PDS Training 40+ Mock test 20+ Sub Topic Job Assistance Intools Training 3+ Live Project 20+ Sub Topic Expert Mentors Tekla Training ... Read More »

How the Centrifugal Force Generated in the Centrifugal Pump?

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Answer: – The process liquid enters the suction nozzle and then into the eye (center) of the revolving device known as an Impeller. When the impeller rotates, it spines the liquid sittings in the cavities between the vanes outward and provides centrifugal acceleration. As the liquid leaves the eye of the impeller alow – pressure area is created causing more liquid ... Read More »

Questions Related to Pump / Alignment / Pump Piping

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1. What are different types of pumps? Basically there are two types of pumps. A. Centrifugal pump. B. Positive displacement pump. 2. What are the different types of centrifugal pump? Different types of centrifugal pump are: – A. Single stage or B. Multi-stage 3. What is the basic difference between single stage and multi-stage centrifugal pump? The Single stage pump ... Read More »

Piping Design Engineer Salary (INDIA)

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Stress Analysis Interview Questions:- Part-3

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18. Why do we provide drip leg in steam line? To remove condensate when there is a rise of same in the pipe along the flow direction. If drip leg is not provided in steam line, the condensate which forms inside the pipe will result in water hammer effect causing damage to piping system. 19. What is the design standard followed for ... Read More »

Questions Related to Stress Analysis:- Part-2

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11. How do you calculate the stress developed due to thermal expansion? Stress developed, Σ = ∈ x α , (α= Δ L/L) ……. Where, E = young’s modulus. Δ L = increase in length due to thermal expansion. L = original length of the pipe. 12. How do you calculate the thermal expansion in a pipe?  Δ L = ... Read More »

Questions Related to Stress Analysis:- Part-1

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1. What is the objective of stress analysis? A . To ensure that the stresses in piping components in the system are within allowable limits. B. To solve dynamic problems developed due to mechanical vibration, fluid hammer, pulsation, relief valves, etc. C. To solve problems associated due to higher or lower operating temperature as: – I. Displacement stress range. II. ... Read More »

Questions Related to Pipe Under Stress:- Part-2

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7. What are the other stresses against which the design of piping is safe guarded? A. Principal stress. B. Shear stress. Apart from the stress which is normal to the surface of the crystal as mentioned in question No. 4, the grains would have been oriented in the pipe wall in all possible orientations. The above stresses (axial, circumferential and radial stress) ... Read More »

Questions Related to Pipe Under Stress:- Part-1

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1. What are primary loads? Mention some of primary loads? These are typically steady or sustained types of loads. These loads have their origin in some force acting on the pipe causing tension, compression, torsion etc leading to normal and shear stress. Primary loads are not self limiting. Some of the primary loads are as:- A. Internal fluid pressure B. External ... Read More »

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