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13 years 3 months ago #8569

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i've been observing on an isometric drawing in our pipelines and notice this.." CL EL 6114 "...
is this the elevation of the pipeline from sea level??


thanks.anyone??

This would generally be the 13 years 3 months ago #3701

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This would generally be the elevation, in millimeters, relative to a known site elevation of zero.
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ok.thanks for that.what about BOP 13 years 3 months ago #3702

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ok.thanks for that.what about BOP EL +7.20M? I know it's an elevation of 7.2 M, but, is it also relative from site elevation?..what does BOP means? also that CL from my first question?

Try this, BOP = Bottom Of 13 years 3 months ago #3703

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Try this,
BOP = Bottom Of Pipe

CL = Center Line
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Hedpe, This applies to yourself and 13 years 3 months ago #3704

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Hedpe,

This applies to yourself and any other junior/trainee pipers.

Find a senior piper in you place of work, and ask them to act as your mentor, ask questions, and write down the answers.

Also, take the time to go through the training articles on this site, also look through the tips section, and the tools section.

There is loads of very good information there if you look hard enough!

Finally, if you're looking for any more abbreviations, such as BOP, CL etc, go to http://www.pipingdesigners.com/Tools.htm#gen and look at the piping glossary therein.

Hope this helps,
Anton
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thanks for the guidance. about those 13 years 3 months ago #3706

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thanks for the guidance.

about those senior piper here, ive tried to approach them but they are quite busy for now, thats's why i used the net for some question. maybe some other time, they may not be that busy.

anyway. i will try to cope up with things in this site.

thanks a lot.

regards,
hedpe
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