Piping route design

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by naserrishehri, Jan 13, 2023.

  1. naserrishehri
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    naserrishehri Senior Member

    Hello friends
    I want to design pipe routes for a landing craft. Can you introduce any guidline ,book or check list to help me?
     
  2. fallguy
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    fallguy Senior Member

    How big is the vessel?

    Is it governed by regs?

    bulkhead/floors material?

    For the smallest and simplest cases, we see gray plastic electrical conduits used, typically 2".

    For the larger cases, there are naval architects who can answer better than me, but you have to provide more details for anyone to comment well.

    Also, I am not at all familiar with aluminum methods either.
     
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  3. naserrishehri
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    naserrishehri Senior Member

    Length 64m
    B 12m
    Steel structure
    ABS class
     

  4. Geob
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    Geob Marine Engineer

    hi naserrishehri,

    I believe that first of all you should read the ABS regulations. Depending on the category of the ship you will find the corresponding regulation. For example "Rules for Building and Classing Marine Vessels / Part 4 - Vessels systems and machinery / Chapter 6 - Piping systems".
    Of course there are also many documents (on the web) for Piping Good Practices etc.

    Hope to helped even a little.
     
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