Monday, April 8, 2019

Piping Handbook (7th Edition)




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It is with great sense of gratitude and humility I take this blessed moment to offer this Seventh Edition of Piping Handbook. The challenge presented by the success of the Sixth Edition, coupled with our objective to enhance its reference value and widen its scope, motivated us to reach out and draw upon the recognized expertise on piping related topics not covered in the Sixth Edition. In addition, we directed our synergetic efforts to upgrade the existing contents to include the latest advances and developments in the field of piping and related technologies.

Fifteen (15) new chapters and nine (9) new appendixes have been added. These additions accord a unique status to this resource book as it covers piping related topics not covered in any one book. Inclusion of metric and/or SI units along with US customary units is intended to accommodate the growing needs of the shrinking world and the realities of the international market.We have maintained the familiar and easy to use format of the Sixth Edition.

Content:-
Honors List
Preface
How to Use This Handbook
Part A: Piping Fundamentals
Chapter A1. Introduction to Piping
Chapter A2. Piping Components
Chapter A3. Piping Materials
Chapter A4. Piping Codes and Standards
Chapter A5. Manufacturing of Metallic Piping
Chapter A6. Fabrication and Installation of Piping
Chapter A7. Bolted Joints
Chapter A8. Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe and Fittings
Chapter A9. Grooved and Pressfit Piping Systems
Chapter A10. Selection and Application of Valves
Part B: Generic Design Considerations 
Chapter B1. Hierarchy of Design Documents
Chapter B2. Design Bases
Chapter B3. Piping Layout
Chapter B4. Stress Analysis of Piping
Chapter B5. Piping Supports
Chapter B6. Heat Tracing of Piping
Chapter B7. Thermal Insulation of Piping
Chapter B8. Flow of Fluids
Chapter B9. Cement-Mortar and Concrete Linings for Pipin
Chapter B10. Fusion Bonded Epoxy Internal Linings and External Coatings for Pipeline Corrosion Protection
Chapter B11. Rubber Lined Piping Systems
Chapter B12. Plastic Lined Piping for Corrosion Resistance
Chapter B13. Double Containment Piping Systems
Chapter B14. Pressure and Leak Testing of Piping Systems
Part C: Piping Systems 
Chapter C1. Water Systems Piping
Chapter C2. Fire Protection Piping Systems
Chapter C3. Steam Systems Piping
Chapter C4. Building Services Piping
Chapter C5. Oil Systems Piping
Chapter C6. Gas Systems Piping
Chapter C7. Process Systems Piping
Chapter C9. Refrigeration Systems Piping
Chapter C10. Hazardous Piping Systems
Chapter C11. Slurry and Sludge Systems Piping
Chapter C12. Wastewater and Stormwater Systems Piping
Chapter C13. Plumbing Piping Syst
Chapter C14. Ash Handling Piping Systems
Chapter C15. Compressed Air Piping Systems
Chapter C16. Compressed Gases and Vacuum Piping Systems
Chapter C17. Fuel Gas Distribution Piping Systems
Part D: Nonmetallic Piping 
Chapter D1. Thermoplastics Piping
Chapter D2. Fiberglass Piping Systems
Part E: Appendices 
Appendix E1. Conversion Tables
Appendix E2. Pipe Properties
Appendix E2M. Pipe Properties (Metric)
Appendix E3. Tube Properties (US Customary Units)
Appendix E3M. Tube Properties (Metric)
Appendix E4. Friction Loss for Water in Feet per 100 Feet of Pipe
Appendix E4M. Friction Loss for Water in Meters per 100 Meters of Pipe
Appendix E5. Acceptable Pipe, Tube and Fitting Materials per the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code and the ASME Pressure Piping Code
Appendix E6. International Piping Material Specifications
Appendix E7. Miscellaneous Fluids and Their Properties
Appendix E8. Miscellaneous Materials and Their Properties
Appendix E9. Piping Related Computer Programs and Their Capabilities
Appendix E10. International Standards and Specifications for Pipe, Tube, Fittings, Flanges, Bolts, Nuts, Gaskets and Valves

Author Details
"Mohinder L. Nayyar, P.E."




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