Pipe Routing - Routing ConsiderationsPipe Routing - Material Spec and ClassPipe Routing - Rack to Pump ExamplePipe Routing -  Route Narrative Description

Someone with these skills can:

List the documents used in routing pipe
Define the following considerations:
Line end points
Spec changes in route
Line Importance to the project
P&ID topology (connected components)
Engineering requirements (elevation, straight runs)
Racks, passage ways, points of support
O&M access to components
Other design content (structures, roads, pads)
Compare and contrast centerline first vs
components first routing strategies
Someone with these skills can:

State the purpose and use of the piping material
specification and the classes inside
Describe what is controlled by the following
Applicability (service, pressures, temps)
Basis of design (corrosion analysis, applicable
Permitted PVF
Branch Table
Fabrication and Installation
Describe the use of pipe spec on projects
Someone with these skills can:

Correctly read pump data and foundation to
set nozzle heights and elevations
Explain BOP, TOS elevations
Route pipe from rack to nozzles:
Correctly compute BOP to pipe centerlines
Pick up support from spandrels, base ells
Stay clear of down-comer elbow welds
Include all pump valves and fittings
Someone with these skills can:

List the steps of writing a pipe
route narrative
Describe the route of typical
pump piping from an ISO or
two views