API RP 14G PDF

In some cases the changes are significant, while in other cases the changes reflect minor editorial adjustments. The bar notations in the margins are provided as an aid to users as to those parts of this publication that have been changed from the previous edition, but API makes no warranty as to the accuracy of such bar notations NOTE: This is the ftflh e d i t h of this Recommended AaetiCe. D a l l a TX American Petroleum Institute API Recommended Practices are published to facilitate the board availability of proven, sound engineering and operating practices. These Recommended Practices are not intended to obviate the need for applying sound judgment as to when and where these Recommended Practices should be utilized. The formulation and publication of API Recommended Practices is not intended to, in any way, inhibit anyone from using any other practices.

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In some cases the changes are significant, while in other cases the changes reflect minor editorial adjustments. The bar notations in the margins are provided as an aid to users as to those parts of this publication that have been changed from the previous edition, but API makes no warranty as to the accuracy of such bar notations NOTE: This is the ftflh e d i t h of this Recommended AaetiCe.

D a l l a TX American Petroleum Institute API Recommended Practices are published to facilitate the board availability of proven, sound engineering and operating practices.

These Recommended Practices are not intended to obviate the need for applying sound judgment as to when and where these Recommended Practices should be utilized.

The formulation and publication of API Recommended Practices is not intended to, in any way, inhibit anyone from using any other practices. Any Recommended Practice may be used by anyone desiring to do so, and a diligent effort has been made by API to assure the accuracy and reliability of the data contained herein. Some of the information may be useful to experienced operating personnel.

Nothing in this RP is to be construed as a fixed rule without regard to sound engineering judgement nor is it intended to supercede or override any federal, state, o r local regulation where applicable. Conversion of English units to International System SI metric units has been omitted to add clarity to gra hs and empirical formulas.

Factors that. Other constituents present, such as oxygen 0 2 , may contribute to such chloride stress cracking. Extremely high metal weight loss may occur under these conditions. Usually included are hydrogen sulfide H2S , carbon dioxide C a and oxygen Oz. See Figure 6. This document recommends minimum requirements and guidelines for the design and installation of new piping systems on production platforms located offshore.

For applications outside these pressures and temperatures. The recommended practices presented are based on years of ex erience in developing oil and gas leases. Practically alrof the offshore experience has been in hydrocarbon service free of hydrogen sulfide. However, recommendations based on extensive experience onshore are included for some as cts of hydrocarbon service containing hydrogen suEde.

API Specification 6A. Sections 2, 3 and 4 contain eneral information concerning the design and appfication of pipe, valves, and fittings for typical processes. Sections 6 and 7 contain general information concerning installation, quality control, and items related to piping systf?

Section 5 contains specific information concerning the design of articular piping systems including any deviations rom the recommendations covered in the general sections. Carbon steel materials are suitable for the majority of the piping systems on productipn platforms. A t least one carbon steel material recommendation is included for most applications. Other materials that may be suitable for platform piping systems have not been included because they are not generally used.

The following should be considered when selecting materials other than those detailed in this RP. Risers for which B Part Part , as appropriate to the application, using a design stress no greater than 0.

One hundred percent radiography should be required for welding in accordance with API Std Impact tests should be required at the lowest expected operating temperatures for pipe grades higher than X Pressureltemperature ratings and material compatibility should be verified. In determining the transition between. Recommended Practices included in tRis document may be utilized for riser desi n when factors such as water depth, batter of platForm legs, potential bubbling area, etc. These Recommended Practices are not intended to obviate the need for a plying sound pdgment as to when and where these Kecommended ractices should be utilized.

The formulation and ublication of API Recommended Practices is not intenled to,in any way, inhibit anyone from using any other practices. Nothing contained in any API Recommended Practice is to be construed as granting any right, by implication or otherwise, for the manufacture, sale or use in connection with any method, apparatus, or product covered by letters patent, nor as insuring anyone against liability for infringement of letters patent.

This Recommended Practice may be used by anyone desiring to do so, and a diligent effort h. However, the Institute makes no representation, warranty or guarantee in connection with the publication of this Recommended Practice and hereby expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility for loss or damage resulting from its use, for any violation of any federal, state or municipal regulation with which.

Varions organizations have developed numerous codes, guides and standards which have substantial acceptance by industry and governmental bodies. Listed below are the codes, guides and standards referenced herein. Included-by-reference standards shall be the latest published edition unless otherwise stated. American Iron and Steel Institute. Not for Resale.

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API RP 14G: Recommended Practice for Fire Prevention and ...

See NFPA Passive fire protection functions independently of a requirement for human, mechanical, or other intervention to initiate a consequential response. See flammable explosive limits. Fire prevention procedures mainly involve identification and elimination or separation of these three essentials. To facilitate the proper use of extinguishers on different types of fires, the National Fire Protection Association NFPA has classified fires as follows: a. Class A Fires. Class A fires are fires in ordinary combustible materials, such as wood, cloth, paper, rubber, and many plastics.

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