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                            1. PURPOSE.
2. UNIT OF MEASUREMENT
3. TOPSIDES ARRANGEMENT.
	3.1. Pipe racks.
		3.1.1. 5 levels are defined.
		3.1.2. Pipe rack width from files axis is 9m.
		3.1.3. Intermediate levels.
		3.1.4. Access.
	3.2. Modules.
		3.2.1. Modules decks levels.
		3.2.2. Modules layout
		3.2.3. Module typical arrangement.
		3.2.4. Arrangement under topsides.
4. PIPING ARRANGEMENT.
	4.1. General.
	4.2. Piping Connections:
5. VALVES ARRANGEMENT
6. Heat Exchangers
7. Instrument Piping
8. Relief Valves
9. Pumps
10. STRAINERS
11. Packages
12. EQUIPMENT ACCESS AND REMOVAL MATERIALS HANDLING REPORTS.
	12.1. General maintenance considerations.
	12.2. Lifting points
	12.3. Chains hoists and cable pullers.
	12.4. Hydraulic boom hoists.
	12.5. Vertical Access
		12.5.1. Preferred Structure for Angle of Incline (Adapted from Woodson, Tillman and Tillman 1992)
		12.5.2. Stairs
		12.5.3. Ladders
		12.5.4. Vertical Ladder Dimensions (Adapted from Woodson, Tillman and Tillman 1992)
		12.5.5. Ramps
		12.5.6. Elevators
		12.5.7. Toe and Hand Holds
		12.5.8. Portable Ladders
		12.5.9. Figures and tables
13. INSULATION.
	13.1. Insulation Thickness for personnel protection.
	13.2. Hot insulation thickness requirements.
14. PIPING SPACING TABLES
PIPING SPACING TABLES
15. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
                        
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