Avoiding pipe vibration is an important aspect of reciprocating compressor system design. By modal analysis upon a secondary compressor inlet pipe to get the natural frequency of the pipe, using the transfer matrix method to calculate the natural frequency of the pipe column.
The Flow-induced vibration has recently been the topic of experimental, numerical, and theoretical studies. It was intended to implement better applications for controlling the flow using orifice technique
The aspect of vibration in a piping system cannot be neglected as they are always subjected to vibrations due to various aspects like flow, pressure, support, etc. Hence, it is necessary to do piping vibration analysis.
This two-day MasterClass provides a background on fundamental causes of piping vibration and describes how to identify sources of vibration. The program discusses rules of thumb and simplified methods for evaluating vibration severity, as well as methods of treatment. A wide variety of causes of vibration are covered in order to enable the participant to properly evaluate the variety of piping vibration problems that can occur in piping systems. Causes of vibration are discussed with respect to basic energy and momentum principles that enable the participant to understand what is happening with and to the piping system. Many examples of plant piping vibration problems are reviewed to illustrate the concepts covered.
Vibration and Stress Analyses of Positive Displacement Pump Pipeline Systems in Oil Transportation Stations