Study project to field measure and then model the natural gas (NG) piping system at the plant as needed to
- Seek a cause and remedy for the gas supply “starvation” the end of line generators experience under certain circumstances.
- Analyze the impact of planned generator installations, as well as other planned or potential future takeoff loads, on the system.
Our survey and analysis discovered an undersized flow meter orifice plate in an elevated exterior pipe rack crossing a road. This work resulted in a very low cost solution to the company’s NG flow problem.
Analysis and design of modified connections to four aboveground jet fuel storage tanks, per API 650, Annex P method. Work was performed as part of a design-build project. Corish Engineering served as the prime A/E’s mechanical engineer performing piping and tank nozzle flexibility analysis.
First of a series of projects for the USAF Area on the host nation base. This project constructs a new refueler parking apron of approximately 160,000 square meters. Corish Engineering provided design of 12" stainless steel fuel pipeline loop below new aircraft apron, including pits for aircraft refueling at 20 positions, isolation valves and high point vents. Hydrant fueling system to be completed in follow-on project.