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SUNRISE SYSTEMS PIPENET VISION

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SUNRISE SYSTEMS PIPENET VISION

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  1. SUNRISE SYSTEMSPIPENET VISION DETAILED DEMONSTRATION AND DISCUSSION OF APPLICATIONS

  2. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONS • Transient Analysis of Pipelines • Firewater Systems • Water Injection Systems • Cooling Water Systems • Loading and Unloading Systems • Generating Loads for Pipe Stress Analysis

  3. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA

  4. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA KEY POINTS • One of the Biggest Petrochemical Plants • Main Header Is 2.0 M Diameter • Plant Has 4 Systems in Parallel • Cooling Water System Uses GRP • Open System With Cooling Tower • Slow Valve Closure Necessary – 240 Sec • Severe Oscillations After Valve • Valve Closure Scenario • Pump Trip Scenario

  5. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA OBJECTIVES • Reduce Oscillations To Less Than 1 Bar • Keep Pressure Surge to Less Than 8 Barg • Optimise Valve Closure Time

  6. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA • Downstream pressure with 240 sec closure

  7. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA • Downstream pressure with 40 sec closure

  8. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA

  9. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA • Pressure Range with 240 Sec Valve Closure

  10. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA • Pressure Range with 60 Sec Valve Closure

  11. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONSURGE ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COOLING WATER SYSTEMNANHAI PETROCHEMICAL PLANT, CHINA CONCLUSIONS • Pressure Range Is Below 1 Bar • Maximum Pressure Is Below 8 Barg • 240 Sec Valve Closure Time Is Necessary

  12. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION OFFSHORE FIREWATER SYSTEMNOWROOZ OFFSHORE PLATFORM COMPLEX, IRAN

  13. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION OFFSHORE FIREWATER SYSTEMNOWROOZ OFFSHORE PLATFORM COMPLEX, IRAN KEY POINTS • Operator Is Shell, In Offshore Iran • Two Sister Platform Complexes – Soroosh (3 Platforms) And Nowrooz (2 Platforms) • The Firewater Ringmain Is Made Of GRP Pipes • Pressure Controlled Deluge Valves Were Used • Bridge Connection Between The Platforms. (So There Is Large Volume)

  14. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION OFFSHORE FIREWATER SYSTEMNOWROOZ OFFSHORE PLATFORM COMPLEX, IRAN OBJECTIVES • To calculate the maximum pressure surges and check if they are within the limit – deluge valve closure, deluge valve opening and pump trip • Check the need for vacuum breakers, their position and sizes • Check stability of the control valve • Calculate hydraulic transient forces for pipe stress analysis, and positioning pipe supports.

  15. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION OFFSHORE FIREWATER SYSTEMNOWROOZ OFFSHORE PLATFORM COMPLEX, IRAN POINTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST • Elevation Changes in Offshore Platforms often cause large pressure surges due to cavity formation. Vacuum breakers are used to eliminate them. • In this system, the large capacity of the bridge connection between the platforms combined with the elasticity of GRP material was instrumental in reducing the pressure surge. GRP is generally thought to be bad for pressure surge but in this case it was good.

  16. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION OFFSHORE FIREWATER SYSTEMNOWROOZ OFFSHORE PLATFORM COMPLEX, IRAN

  17. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION SUBSEA PIPELINE SYSTEM – ARABIAN GULFZADCO, ABU DHABI

  18. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION SUBSEA PIPELINE SYSTEM – ARABIAN GULFZADCO, ABU DHABI KEY POINTS • 35 Km Pipeline Transporting Oil From Platform To Tank Farm • Two Specific Problems • Pipeline Is 25 Years Old And Is Corroded • Water Cut In Oil Is High – Less Compressible – High Pressure Surge • Feasibility Analysis Of Leak Detection System

  19. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION SUBSEA PIPELINE SYSTEM – ARABIAN GULFZADCO, ABU DHABI OBJECTIVES • Determine The Valve Closure Time For Maximum Pressure Of Closed Head Pressure Of Pump Plus 5 Barg • Determine The Volume Of Oil Leakage With And Without Leak Detection System

  20. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION SUBSEA PIPELINE SYSTEM – ARABIAN GULFZADCO, ABU DHABI • VALVE CLOSURE TIME OF 60 SEC

  21. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION SUBSEA PIPELINE SYSTEM – ARABIAN GULFZADCO, ABU DHABI VALVE CLOSURE TIME – 600 SEC LINEAR

  22. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION SUBSEA PIPELINE SYSTEM – ARABIAN GULFZADCO, ABU DHABI VALVE CLOSURE TIME – 600 SEC QUADRATIC

  23. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION SUBSEA PIPELINE SYSTEM – ARABIAN GULFZADCO, ABU DHABI

  24. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION SUBSEA PIPELINE SYSTEM – ARABIAN GULFZADCO, ABU DHABI CONCLUSION The shut off valve must be closed no faster than 600 sec in quadratic mode

  25. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA

  26. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA KEY POINTS • 5700 M Pipeline From Refinery to Ship • Carrying Lube Oil • Maximum Pressure Is Limited to 15 Barg • Environmental Considerations Are Crucial • Planned Shut Down As Well As Emergency Shut Down Need to Considered

  27. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA OBJECTIVES • To reduce the maximum pressure to 15 barg. • Consider alternative strategies for reducing the pressure surge. • Determine the best position for the surge relief device • Calculate the forces on the expansion loop • Optimise the size of surge relief valve

  28. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES • Two Stage Valve Closure • Use Surge Relief Valve • Use Accumulator

  29. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA 25 Sec Linear Valve Closure

  30. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA USE OF SURGE RELIEF VALVE

  31. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA SURGE RELIEF VALVE, CV = 200 (M3/HR, BAR)

  32. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA SURGE RELIEF VALVE, CV = 100 (M3/HR, BAR)

  33. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA SURGE RELIEF VALVE, CV = 25 (M3/Hr, BAR)

  34. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA SURGE RELIEF VALVE, CV = 10 (M3/Hr, BAR)

  35. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA POSITIONING OF SURGE RELIEF VALVE, CV = 100 (M3/Hr, BAR)

  36. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA POSITIONING OF SURGE RELIEF VALVE, CV = 100 (M3/Hr, BAR)

  37. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA TWO STAGE VALVE CLOSURE – NO SURGE RELIEF VALVE

  38. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA TWO STAGE VALVE CLOSURE – SLOW SECOND STAGE

  39. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA TWO STAGE VALVE CLOSURE – FAST SECOND STAGE

  40. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA SINGLE STAGE VALVE CLOSURE – WITH ACCUMULATOR

  41. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA SINGLE STAGE VALVE CLOSURE – WITH ACCUMULATOR Diameter = 1.0 m, height = 15 m

  42. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA SINGLE STAGE VALVE CLOSURE – WITH ACCUMULATOR Diameter = 0.5 m, height = 10 m

  43. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA FORCE CALCULATION AT AN EXPANSION LOOP

  44. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA FORCE CALCULATION AT AN EXPANSION LOOP

  45. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA FORCE CALCULATION AT AN EXPANSION LOOP

  46. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATION JETTY LOADING SYSTEMENGINEERING COMPANY, KOREA FORCE CALCULATION AT AN EXPANSION LOOP

  47. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONRAS LAFFAN COMMON COOLING WATER SYSTEMQATAR PETROLEUM

  48. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONRAS LAFFAN COMMON COOLING WATER SYSTEMQATAR PETROLEUM KEY POINTS 1 • Most complex cooling water system ever designed • Made of GRP material • Main header size in Phase 1 of the project was 3.5 m diameter • Main header size in Phase 2 of the project was 4.5 m diameter • The system has 9 variable speed pumps with pressure control (7 lead, 2 stand by) • The system (Phase 1) has 190 vacuum breakers

  49. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONRAS LAFFAN COMMON COOLING WATER SYSTEMQATAR PETROLEUM KEY POINTS 2 • Each pump had a capacity of some 48,000 m3/hr, making a total of 336,000 m3/hr • There were flow control valves in the system • The allowable working pressure had a very narrow range. • Minimum pressure = -0.3 barg • Maximum pressure = 6.0 barg • The system has two receiving basins to stop air flowing back into the system if the pumps tripped • PIPENET was specified for the project by Qatar Petroleum.

  50. TRANSIENT MODULE APPLICATIONRAS LAFFAN COMMON COOLING WATER SYSTEMQATAR PETROLEUM OBJECTIVES • To size the receiving basins • To select the vacuum breakers and ensure their adequacy • To check the stability of the control systems • The users were plants operated by other companies. It was necessary to guarantee availability of water. • Optimise the control systems in order to minimise power consumption • Safe operation under pump trip and valve closure events.