jacketed pipe

jacketed pipe

[¦jak·əd·əd ′pīp]
(design engineering)
A double-walled pipe in which liquids that are too viscous for pipeline transport at normal temperatures flow through the inner pipe that is surrounded by a pipe circulating hot fluids.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Users can reuse Feed or old designs with different catalogues and specifications, by leveraging Smart 3D's unique rule re-use, tag renaming and specification interchange."Technip designers will take advantage of 2014's improvements around jacketed pipe design and deliverables extraction.
The cryogenic argon is conducted from the bulk tank to the induction furnace area by a vacuum jacketed pipe system.
Heat Exchangers (multitube and jacketed pipe) use Kenics elements to enhance heat transfer to polymer melt and foamed plastics.
Also included are noncode calculations for support spans, weights, jacketed pipe, properties of pipe, pipe bends, and dimension conversions.
Heat Exchangers (multi-tube and jacketed pipe) use Kenics elements to enhance heat transfer to polymer melt and foamed plastics.
Included are pipe allowable pressure, per the American Society of Mechanical Engineers standards B31.3 and B31.1; pipe branch reinforcement per ASME B31.1; pipe branch reinforcement per ASME B31.1; steam safety valve reaction effects per ASME B31.1 appendix II; pipe mitered elbow allowable pressure per ASME B31.3; piping properties, pipe support span, shoe bearing, jacketed pipe weight, pipe theoretical external collapse pressure, and pipe allowable pressure.
A second volume is projected to consider slightly more advanced topics, including pipe stress and stain, jacketed pipes, and process piping specialties.
Mixers can also be executed with jacketed pipes for heating and cooling to maintain product temperature.
Raw material is pumped into jacketed horizontal tanks, from which it is transferred via jacketed pipes into the 'concentrator'.
In the factory, couverture from delivery tankers is passed through jacketed pipes into one of their two dozen 15 tonne jacketed stainless steel silo tanks where product is held at a temperature between 45[degrees] and 50[degrees]C; these vessels are gently stirred every five minutes to help keep the product at the correct temperature and this intermittent stirring prevents any tendency for the product to become aerated.