with Perwez Shaikh, P.E., Vice President for Business Development, Oil & Gas Division, LISEGA
Date: January 26, 2017
Duration: 1 hour
Cost: free eSeminar
What do you need to know when working with different support types while designing in CAESAR II? Which support components should you select to ensure an optimal model and best results in the field?
Watch this webinar for a discussion of the following support types:
- Spring Hangers
- Constant Spring Hangers
- Rod Hangers with 2-Bolt and 3-Bolt Clamps
- Riser Clamps
- Clamp on Shoes
- Snubbers and Struts with Dynamic Clamps
Learn which support types are currently available with CAESAR II, and what the major differences are in the manufacturing and performance of these components. Proper selection of support components can save you and your operating teams long-term headaches and project performance shutdowns and repairs.
Boost your knowledge on modeling supports in the stress model, and what you should expect once a support is installed and your system goes operational.
Perwez Shaikh, P.E.
Perwez is a licensed engineer with more than 30 years of experience in the fields of pipe stress analysis, project management, manufacturing of engineering products, field engineering and analysis and design of engineering facilities. He has more than 15 years of management and supervisory experience as an engineering manager and pipe stress section head managing multimillion dollar projects for fossil power, petrochemical, and nuclear power plants. Perwez is currently heading LISEGA’s Oil and Gas Division in its new facility at Houston, Texas.
His piping stress analysis and design experience includes 20 years of leading power, gas, oil and petrochemical projects and 10 years of nuclear power plant projects. For over nine years, Perwez led several design and construction projects overseas in the areas of design verification, project management, and construction management.
Perwez has developed piping procedures, software tools, and processes to assure consistency, meet quality requirements, reduce engineering man hours, deliver pipe supports prior to pipe at site, reduce fabrication and erection costs and schedules, improve interface with the equipment suppliers in acquiring speedy approvals, and reduce fabrication durations from pipe support vendors. This realized savings for the company worth millions of dollars.