A10 Pipe, Tube and Tubing and Fundamentals

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1. 1. Define terminology associated with pipe, tube and tubing.

1.1. Pipe Trades Handbook

1.2. Identifying Fittings

1.2.1. Size Nominal Pipe Size Steel Pipe Sizes SDR Schedule

1.2.2. Connection method mechanical low pressure pressure Threaded MIP FIP Anvil Pipe Fittings Classes of fittings solvent welded glued Solvent cement primer Transition cement Thermal welded Sweat (soldered) Brazed

1.2.3. material ferrous cast iron Steel alloys non-ferrous Copper Brass Aluminum Lead plastic Thermoset Thermoplastic stone based clay concrete asbestos silicon

1.2.4. function Pressure High pressure, high temperature low pressure atmospheric Bends Elbows 16th, 8th, 1/4, return Tees (T) Crosses Wye (Y) TeeWye Sanitary T Traps Steam DWV Couplings Reducing Adaptors change connection method and material but not direction Bushings Hex bushings Face bushings Unions Dielectric Ground joint Components Cap Plugs Hollow core Solid core Nipples Street fittings Male and female elements Wing back Drop ear Valves Gate Globe Ball Plug Butterfly Diaphragm Check Relief

2. 2. Identify types of pipe, tube and tubing systems.

2.1. water supply

2.1.1. Potable water NPC Section 2.6

2.1.2. Non-potable NPC Section 2.7

2.2. sanitary drainage, waste and vent

2.2.1. NPC Section 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5

2.3. storm drainage

2.3.1. NPC Section 2.4

2.4. heating

2.5. Fire suppression

2.5.1. Life safety Give you time to escape a fire

2.5.2. put out a fire

2.5.3. National Fire Protection Association

2.6. gas

2.6.1. refrigeration

2.6.2. medical gas

2.6.3. compressed air

2.6.4. combustible methane propane

2.6.5. nitrogen

2.6.6. welding oxygen argon acetylene

2.7. Irrigation

2.8. process and power generating

3. 3. Identify types of pipe, tube and tubing and describe their applications.

3.1. historic

3.1.1. Wood

3.1.2. Bitumized

3.1.3. Vitrified clay

3.2. plastic

3.2.1. Thermoplastic IPEX IPEX Technical Library

3.2.2. Thermoset fibreglass

3.3. Stone based

3.3.1. reinforced concrete

3.3.2. glass asbestos-cement

3.4. Ferrous

3.4.1. steel

3.4.2. stainless steel

3.4.3. cast iron ductile Duriron grey

3.5. Non-ferrous

3.5.1. brass

3.5.2. copper Copper Tube Handbook

3.5.3. aluminum

4. 4. Explain forces that impact on pipe, tube and tubing systems and perform associated calculations

4.1. thermal expansion

4.2. weight

4.2.1. pressure PSI Atmospheric pressure kPa force

4.3. friction loss

4.4. turbulence

4.4.1. laminar

4.5. galvanic action

4.6. environmental

5. 5. Perform calculations to determine pipe, tube and tubing measurements.

5.1. run and branch

5.2. fitting allowances

5.3. Offsets including travel, rise and run, rolling, equal spread, unequal spread

5.4. Longest run method

6. 6. Demonstrate pipe, tube and tubing applications.