AS 2885.1 PDF

AS — Australian Standard®. Pipelines—Gas and liquid petroleum. Part 1: Design and construction. Accessed by Fyfe Pty Ltd on 18 Oct You will be required to comply with this standard if you intend to operate a distribution system. A distribution system is a system of pipelines, mains, and gas . Could anyone of you please post the AS standard that’s meant for ” Pipelines – Gas and liquid petroleum – Design and construction”??? in which i need to.

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The pipeline Licensee shall maintain the records until the pipeline is abandoned or removed. When there is sufficient knowledge about the statistical distribution of 2858.1 from the steel mill, SF can be estimated to achieve arrest in a different number of pipes or to achieve the required arrest length in a pipeline containing a moderate number of heats.

The practicability of automatic failure detection on other pipelines shall be considered.

Field pressure testing Accessed by Fyfe Pty Ltd on 18 Oct Document currency not guaranteed when printed —Minor revision harmonization with other parts This minor revision of AS Accessed by Fyfe Pty Ltd on 18 Oct Document currency not guaranteed when printed The requirements for Charpy energy for initiation shall be determined in the fracture control plan using a recognized method.

The threat identification 2885.11 consider all threats with the potential to damage the pipeline, cause of interruption to service, cause of release of fluid from the 28885.1, or cause harm to pipeline operators, the public or the environment.

Where materials and components do not comply with nominated standards and have been qualified in accordance with this Clause, documentary evidence of that qualification shall be 2885.1 and approved. Threat of damage to the environment from operational maintenance and abandonment activities shall be identified and control measures developed.

A minimum toughness requirement for aas DN and larger has been introduced. The revision also reflects the results of a significant and ongoing industry funded research program undertaken by the Australian Pipeline Industry Association and its research contractors, and through its association with the Pipeline Research Council International and the European Pipeline Research Group. Pressure strength for a pipeline or a section of a pipeline is the minimum of the strength test pressures of the test sections comprising the pipeline 288.1 the section of the pipeline.

Contact Email, Phone and Address Details for this service in simple two column table format, header then data. Industrial includes areas of land with public infrastructure serving the industrial use. Replaceable components may have a lesser design life, reflecting the ease with which the component can be maintained, without impacting on the safe operation of the pipeline.


Where a trigger point relates to a part of the pipeline for example a aa at a specific location or a specific safety aspectthe safety management study may be restricted to only that part which is changed. A noncredible threat is not the same as a credible 28851 that has been controlled. All reasonably practicable controls should be applied. Australian Standard AS Accessed by Fyfe Pty Ltd on 18 Oct Document currency not guaranteed when printed a System design life A design ws shall be nominated for the pipeline system, and shall be used for design.

The requirements for construction survey are clarified, and a minimum accuracy for asconstructed survey is incorporated. Accessed by Fyfe Pty Ltd on 18 Oct Document currency not guaranteed when printed For pipelines carrying other combustible fluids, the maximum allowable discharge rate shall be determined by the safety management study specified in this Standard. Size px x x x x A code of practice is a set of rules which details how people in a certain industry should behave.

The effect of exposure to the design maximum temperature 285.1 the competing processes of increased strength due to strain ageing and loss of strength due to the elevated temperature shall be considered. The Licensee is generally the organization named in the pipeline licence issued by the Regulatory Authority. They shall be supplied with test certificates containing sufficient data to demonstrate compliance with this Standard, the az design, the relevant nominated Standard sand any supplementary specifications.

The temperature limit for continuous operation at a hoop stress in excess of 85 MPa shall be established and documented. Land used for other purposes but with similar population density shall be assigned rural residential location class. Between editions, amendments may be issued. Research on yield to tensile ratio and its causes and effects has been undertaken by APIA and recommendations adopted in this Standard.

The environmental management plan shall address emergency situations. This standard specifies the requirements for the design and construction of pipelines used for the transmission of liquids such as: Control is achieved by the application of multiple independent protective measures in accordance with this Standard.

This applies to any pipelines used to carry: Appendix L does not deal with materials other than carbon-manganese steels and expert advice is recommended for other materials. Liquid transportation pipelines that cross a river or are located within a public water supply reserve shall be provided with isolation valves located to minimize the impact of spilled liquid on the river or reservoir.

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The valve locations may not necessarily be immediately adjacent to the river or water supply reserve.

Low temperature conditions are associated with unusual operations, particularly in gas pipelines including— a initial fill and pressurization; b depressurization; c purging prior to repressurization; d repressurization; e 288.1 through a valve designed for the purpose of temporarily reducing the pressure in a downstream pipe required, for example, for a pipe that has experienced damage ; and f throttling through a valve designed for the purpose of releasing specification gas.

Reliability and limit state design methods are permitted for pipeline design and integrity analysis, using approved methods. The design requirements for residential shall apply.

Pressure-containing components that are not covered by nominated Standards or 8285.1 covered by design equations or procedures in this Standard may be used, provided the design of similarly shaped, proportioned and sized components has been proved satisfactory by successful performance ws comparable service conditions.

As 2885.1-2012 Design and Construction

The design basis is usually an output of the planning and preliminary design phase of a project. Specific construction safety requirements exist in each regulatory jurisdiction. Test specimens may be taken from finished pipe or, after correlation has confirmed any effect of pipe making, may be taken from 2885.

strip or plate from which the pipes are made. However, each such component shall be marked with the name or mark of the manufacturer and the markings specified in the Standard to which the component was manufactured. The process safety of stations, pipeline facilities and control systems shall also be reviewed by HAZOP and, as appropriate, by other recognised safety study methods. It is required to define the arrest length specified in Table 4.

Please copy and paste this embed script to where you want to embed Embed 22885.1. The following are represented on Committee ME The position and the spacing of valves shall be approved.

Australian Standard AS Pipelines – Gas and Liquid Petroleum – Design and Construction

Where the existing pipeline does not comply with either Clause, mitigation shall be applied in accordance with Clause 4.

Lean natural gas Stable liquids Other fluids eg. Guidance on assessment of the integrity of the safety management process is provided in Appendix H. This section describes its detail and application.

Sensitive uses are defined in some jurisdictions, but include schools, hospitals, aged care facilities and prisons.