- THE COMPANYEBSE Engenharia de Soluções is a brazilian traditional factory for industrial equipment, largediameter pipes and heavy duty welded steel components.EBSE was founded in 1913. In September of 2000, the MPE Group took over the control of thecompany, introducing operational improvements and new management philosophy.The factory is located in Santissimo, industrial area of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The total area isabout 100.000m2, one of the largest in its sector in Brazil, located near important accesses forrail, road and marine transport.EBSE has expertise in designing, fabricating and assembling equipment, pipes and spools,as well as modular structures for industrial plants for the segments of oil and gas, energy,paper and pulp, steel, nuclear and water and sewage.EBSE is organized in independent Business Units responding for its own operational andcommercial performance, supported by corporate administrative and financial services.
- CERTIFICATES• ISO 9001: 2000• API Spec. 5L and 5LX• API Spec. 2B for Fabricated Steel Pipes• ASME Stamps U, U2, S• ISO 14001• ISO 18001• Petrobras CRCC• Eletronuclear Supplier Cert.• Social Stamp SA 8000
- PIPING• Welded Conduction Pipes Acarbon Steel – 12” to 200”diametrs, with thickness from 3,2 to 100mm (4”), as per API 5L, ASTM and AWWA standards.• Structural Pipes Carbon Steel API 2B pipes for offshore platform – compliant with PETROBRAS N-1852 standard.• Jackets As per PETROBRAS N-2262 standard.• Piles ASTM A-252 – Grades 1, 2 and 3.
FLARES (STRUCTURAL PIPES) JACKETS (STRUCTURAL PIPES)Project P-51 – FSTP Project: Mexilhão Platform - Maua JurongAprox.. 512 tons of Structural Pipes Aprox. 3.500 ton of Structural PipesProject P-52 – FSTPAprox. 500 tons of Structural Pipes PILES Project: Polvo Platform - DevonProject P-56 (P-51 Clone) – FSTP 8 Piles for POLVO platfrom (2.600 ton)Aprox.512 tons of Structural Pipes PROCESS PIPESCRANE PEDESTALS Project: RNESTProject: P-51 - FSTP 8.300 Tons of API 5L gr. B PipesCrane Pedestal (66 ton)Project: P-56 (P-51 Clone) - FSTPCrane Pedestal (66 ton)
Production takes place in industrial buildings, divided in production centers supported byoverhead cranes up to 60t. The fabrication complies with the codes and standards definedin the project specification, assuring conformity and quality.Products:• API storage tanks;• pressure vessels;• process towers and columns;• reactors;• Offshore Separators;• Scrubbers;• chimneys;• cyclones;• silos;• pig launchers and receivers;• filters and collectors;• steel structures;• others.
Fabrication and assembly of Process Modules and Skids for onshore and offshoreinstallations, in partnership with technological companies. • Detailed Engineering. • Fabrication of steel structures, pressure vessels, storage tanks and spools. • Procurement of all components. • Erection of mechanical equipment, electrical components and instrumentation. • Tests and Commissioning.
FORTUNE 500Founded in 1987, The Shaw Group provides premier engineering, design, construction,maintenance, fabrication, and manufacturing services to private-sector and governmentclients in the energy, chemicals, power, nuclear, environmental, infrastructure, andemergency response markets.Name: The Shaw Group Inc.Headquarters: Baton Rouge, LouisianaPublic corporation: NYSE Symbol: SHAW2010 Revenue: $7.1 Billion USDBacklog: $20.3 BillionNumber of employees: 28,000Website www.shawgrp.com 28
GLOBAL PRESENCE139 U.S. Locations33 International Locations 29
- SPOOLS• Pipe-shop for carbon and alloy steel Covered area of 4.000 m2 Cranes up to 15 tons Warehouse for fittings Large storage area Automatic welding X-Ray Bunkers• Pipe-shop for Stainless. Duplex and Super Duplex steel This unit is pressurized, providing permanent positive internal pressure, preventing contamination and assuring the integrity of the welding.
Fatigue and Proof Testing of 1½ D Induction Bends Typical microstructure found at the mid-wall thickness of the unbent base pipe (A106 GR B) in a 1½ D Induction Bend. (R.N. 15,712) (100x, Nital Etch) Typical microstructure found at the mid-wall thickness of the Intrados (Inner radius) in a 1½ D Induction Bend. (R.N. 15,712) (100x, Nital Etch)3
WALL REQUIREMENTS FOR STRENGTHDesign to pressure ASME B31 (according to Lorenz calculation)Design to pressure DIN 2413For the intrados of the bend: I = (4(R/Do)-1) / (4(R/Do) – 2)For the extrados of the bend: I = (4(R/Do)+1) / (4(R/Do) + 2) – 1.5 R/D Bend – 13.0 % = Min Extrados Wall + 26.0 % = Min Intrados Wall – 2.0 R/D Bend – 10.5 % = Min Extrados Wall + 17.0 % = Min Intrados Wall – 2.5 R/D Bend – 9.0 % = Min Extrados Wall + 12.5 % = Min Intrados Wall – 3.0 R/D Bend – 7.3 % = Min Extrados Wall + 10.0 % = Min Intrados Wall – 4.0 R/D Bend – 5.2 % = Min Extrados Wall + 7.0 % = Min Intrados Wall – 5.0 R/D Bend – 4.7 % = Min Extrados Wall + 6.0 % = Min Intrados Wall
Fatigue and Proof Testing of 1½ D Induction Bends Test Results Failed Test Assemblies 11, 12 and 13 Failed Test 13 Assembly: Rupture in Bend (front to back): All failed in Bend Tangent and Strain Measurement at the Tangents with negligible yielding bend center (bulging) in bends proper4