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Technical support in mechanical design (pipes and static equipment) for the oil & gas and petrochemical industry, as well as advice in value assurance review, application of value improvement practices and audits to industrial projects.
Piping System:
1.Wall Thickness of Pipes Under Internal Pressure by ASME B31.3
2.Wall Thickness of Pipes Under Internal Pressure by ASME B31.4
3.Wall Thickness of Pipes Under Internal Pressure by ASME B31.8
4.Wall Thickness of Pipes Under External Pressure by ASME B31.3
5.Wall Thickness of Pipes in Offshore Liquid Pipeline System by ASME B31.4
6.Wall Thickness of Pipes in Offshore Gas Transmission by ASME B31.8
7.Wall Thickness of Offshore Pipes by API RP 1111
8.Reinforcement of Welded Branch Connections by ASME B31.3
9.Spacing Between Supports
10.Pressure-Temperature Ratings for Group Materials by ASME B16.5
11.Pressure-Temperature Ratings for Group Materials by ASME B16.47
12.Buoyancy of Offshore Pipelines
Static Equipment:
1.Atmospheric Tank API STD 650 - Wall Thickness
2.Vertical Separator with Flush Inlet Nozzles or Inlet Nozzle with 90° Elbow
3.Horizontal Separator with Inlet Nozzle with 90° Elbow
4.Wall Thickness of Cylindrical Shells Under Internal Pressure by ASME VIII.1
5.Wall Thickness of Conical Section Under Internal Pressure by ASME VIII.1
6.Wall Thkns of Ellipsoidal Head 2:1 Under Internal Pressure by ASME VIII.1
7.Wall Thkns of Hemispherical Head Under Internal Pressure by ASME VIII.1
8.Wall Thkns of Torispherical Head Under Internal Pressure by ASME VIII.1
9.Wall Thkns of Shells and Tubes Under External Pressure by ASME VIII.1
10.Wall Thickness of Head Under External Pressure by ASME VIII.1
11.Nozzle Neck (Thickness and Reinforcement) by ASME VIII.1
12. Compressibility Factor (Z)

Economic Evaluation:
1.Net present Value (NPV)
2. Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
1.Wall Thickness of Pipes Under Internal Pressure by ASME B31.3
2.Wall Thickness of Pipes Under Internal Pressure by ASME B31.4
3.Wall Thickness of Pipes Under Internal Pressure by ASME B31.8
4.Wall Thickness of Pipes Under External Pressure by ASME B31.3
5.Wall Thickness of Pipes in Offshore Liquid Pipeline Systems by ASME B31.4
6.Wall Thickness of Pipes in Offshore Gas Transmission by ASME B31.8
7.Wall Thickness of Offshore Pipes by API RP 1111
8.Reinforcement of Welded Branch Connections by ASME B31.3
9.Layout Considerations & Piping Supports
10.Flanges, Gaskets and Bolts
11.Valves
12.Thermal Flexibility of Pipe by ASME B31.3
Value Assurance Review (VAR) are structured, independent reviews that challenge the Project Management Team to justify the conclusions of their work, identifying weaknesses and shortcomings, and making specific recommendations for improvements. They introduce additional outside perspectives in order to increase potential project value and allow the project to avoid the risk of missing opportunities for improving technical and business solutions.
Continual improvement process, also often called a continuous improvement process (abbreviated as CIP or CI), is an ongoing effort to improve products, services, or processes. These efforts can seek "incremental" improvement over time or "breakthrough" improvement all at once. Delivery (customer valued) processes are constantly evaluated and improved in the light of their efficiency, effectiveness and flexibility.
Audit as part of Project's Management Review process for the purpose of E&PM management reporting, to ascertain the health and readiness of the project under execution and outline the necessary recommendations to steer the project along the approved objectives.
Value engineering is a systematic method to improve the "value" of goods or products and services by using an examination of function. For Value Engineering practice one technique that is appropriate for any kind of project as they will allow to place importance on the subjective characteristics and features of alternative systems that are not addressable in terms of pure cost is the Criteria Weighting and Analysis Matrix Techniques.
Coordination of a professional team of specialists in the use and management of engineering simulator to support the development of projects. The simulators offered are the following:
  • CAESAR II for Piping Stress Analysis.
  • PV ELITE for complete design and evaluation of Pressure Vessel and Heat Exchanger.
The standards are developed, published and updated by organizations and governmental and private entities with the purpose of applying them to the areas and particular fields of their interests. Some of the main societies that generate these standards are the following:
1.American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
2.American National Standars Institute (ANSI)
3.American petroleum Institute (API)
4.American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
5.American Welding Society (AWS)
6.The Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association, Inc. (TEMA)
7.German Institute for Standardization (DIN)
8.International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
MAILING ADDRESS:
Calle Rosalia de Castro 3, piso bajo B
San Sebastian de los Reyes, 28702
Madrid, Spain
CONTACT:
Eng. Leonardo Bavaresco
Mobile Phone: +34 605760193
Email: info@ingeniare.net


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