Slug Catcher: Definition, Types, Selection & Design Steps

What is a Slug Catcher? A slug catcher is a piece of static equipment in the form of a vessel or piping network. It contains sufficient buffer volume to handle

Slug Flow Analysis Using Dynamic Spectrum Method in Caesar II

The basics of slug flow, Calculation os Slug forces, and static analysis methodology in Caesar II are provided in my last article titled “Static Analysis of Slug Flow”. Click here

How to Model Slug Flow Loads

Start-Prof can estimate the support loads and stresses caused by slug flow loads using static method. Additional dynamic loads caused by the slugs hitting the bends and tees must be

Flange Bolt Torque Calculation and Pipe Flange Bolt Torque Chart

Proper bolt loading is essential for ensuring proper sealing of the flanged joint to avoid leakage problems. This bolt load for gasket sealing and flange seating is provided by Flange

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