Pining System and Steam Generation & Distribution System Audit In India

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They are designed for the use of process parameters. Piping systems are specified in the piping specifications.

Types of pipes:

1. Seamless:

Pipe produced by drilling billets followed by rolling or drawing or both.

They are used for high-pressure applications.

2. Welded:

at. Electric fusion welding: Single or double longitudinal welded but welded tubes are produced by manual or automatic arc welding in the preformed tube.

b. Welded electrical resistance: Bearing pipe on the line but the weld is being welded Coalescence is produced by heat from a pipe to a pipe.

3. Forged and bored:

Pipes prepared by forging then boring to the desired thickness.

A typical analysis requires a week or less of time on the site and includes the following procedures:

1. Analyze the supply equipment

2. Measure storage capacity

3. Qualify the demand for air

4. Solve production problems

5. Create system diagrams

6. Determine operating costs

7. Develop an action plan

8. Provide a full report

The cost of energy is one of the main contributors. Therefore, reducing the consumption of electrical energy, thermal or in any other form always helps in business sustenance and growth. Moreover, because of fossil fuel energy, any reduction in energy consumption would also mean conservation of natural resources and, most importantly, less impact on the environment.

The need for steam verification is gaining importance with rising energy and water costs.

Stream Generation System:

a) Understand the existing system by:

b) Assessment of the performance of steam generators:

c) Overall steam balance for the refinery with detailed steam production and steam consumption per unit for HP, MP, and LP. This also includes condensate recovery.

d) Steam consumption of equipment (actual) was compared to w.r.t. Equipment Steam Requirement (Design)

Steam Distribution System:

a) The length of the main steam distribution manifold throughout the refinery was approximately 19 km

b) The refinery lines were inspected for the zones As a result, appropriate suggestions were made.

Study of steam leaks and steam traps:

a) Location of fog leaks, nature and amount of steam

b) Steam losses were quantified by measuring plume length during dry and rainy seasons

c) Total vapor loss of two at the cloud leak in refinery ~ 100 TPD

d) About 7000 steam traps were categorized as OK, defective, defective, out of order and missing.

e) The recommended test intervals for steam traps have been indicated

f) Recommendations to reduce the escape of steam have been provided.