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Modeling a stanchion at a base elbow. TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July 2004 1.

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1 Modeling a stanchion at a base elbow. TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July

2 Four different ways of modeling a stanchion at a base elbow is included in Example No. 5 TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July

3 First lets look at Node Pt. 10 to Node Pt. 35. TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July The piping in question begins at Node Point 10 and continuing to Anchor Node Point 35. (Pump)

4 First lets look at Node Pt. 10 to Node Pt. 35. TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July Therefore the Modeling Technique is to simply connect the stanchion at the beginning of the base elbow. Then go vertically down to the concrete and place an Anchor at the connection to the concrete. Either floor or pad. The stanchion in question begins at Node Point 25 coming down to Anchor Node Point 200.

5 Second lets look at Node Pt. 45 to Node Pt. 70. TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July The piping in question begins at Node Point 45 and continuing to Anchor Node Point 70. (Pump)

6 Second lets look at Node Pt. 45 to Node Pt. 70. TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July The stanchion in question begins at Node Point 60 coming down to Support Node Point 210. A new Modeling Technique has been added here. An additional Node Pt. Has been added. Node Pt Therefore the temperature of the stanchion can decrease in two steps going away from the main pipe which is at 300 F.

7 Third lets look at Node Pt. 80 to Node Pt TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July The piping in question begins at Node Point 80 and continuing to Anchor Node Point 115. (Pump)

8 Third lets look at Node Pt. 80 to Node Pt TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July The stanchion in question begins at Node Point 95 coming down to Support Node Point 220. Here we add an Under Support and a one way stop in the –Z direction. As well as allow for a temperature change in the stanchion.

9 Fourth lets look at Node Pt. 120 to Node Pt TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July The piping in question begins at Node Point 120 and continuing to Anchor Node Point 155. (Pump) Note how the model can come down to the elbow. Then jump to the Anchor. Then come back to the elbow. With NO modeling errors. Therefore another way!

10 Fourth lets look at Node Pt. 120 to Node Pt TRIFLEX® WINDOWS PipingSolutions, Inc. 08 July The stanchion in question begins at Node Point 150 coming down to Support Node Point 230. Here we add an Under Support and a Guide or double X direction restraint. As well as allow for a temperature change in the stanchion.


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