Design of Process Equipment. Selected Topics. by Kanti K Mahajan

By Kanti K Mahajan

The layout of procedure apparatus, reminiscent of shell-and-tube warmth exchangers, strain vessels, and garage tanks, calls for a familiarity with quite a few resources of layout information and tactics. the aim of this booklet is to consolidate the scattered literature and current the fabric in simplified shape in order that it may be simply utilized to layout difficulties. general examples were integrated to demonstrate the appliance of the relationships and tactics awarded within the textual content. consequently, the dressmaker may still locate this publication to be a handy and important reference.

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Whicherer J, is greater rrd edge distance etc. as functions lhc bolt loads used in the For operating conditions Selection oibolts to be used shall be made such that the actual total cross-sectional area of bolts, lr, will not be less than 1.. Excessrve bolting may have to be provided while designing relatively thin flanges for low pressure service because of the following, l. Due to the danger of over-stressing smaller size bolts during tightening, a minimum bolt size of /z " is usual in most piping and pressure vessel work, 2.

12 : t2,850. 0809, say 4i in. 17,500 Bolt sPacing: AlB, nnd out the values of constants T, Z' "\"' *-1:3 lrtA1 6? 875 in. Q. The moment factor stays the same and the thickness calculated above is adequate. Adding ]j in. for counterbore and ; in. 18'15 +0 U ftom culate ha, g r lgoand ft/hq and from Fig. 4, determine the value of constant F corresponding to the calculated values of 9t/ go and hlhs' Similarly, lind the values of tzand/from Fig. 5 and 8 respectively' Now calculate e and d. Also using the thickness of the flange t cxclusive of any counterbore, overlay, raised face, tongue or groove' calculate stress factors a, p, 1, 6 and ,i.

These pressures if required, can be easily determined when the {lange is designed manually, or an existing flange is to be evaluated. Since, MAP is very rarely desired only the technique for determining MAWP will be discussed. However, the same technique can be repeated to determine MAP by using uncorroded flange dimensions and allowable stresses at atmospheric temperature. S" lvlnax= :::_:+! p' 4 Calculating MAWP for Weld Neck Flange to Figure and calculation steps on the calculation sheet. For a newly designed flange all the shape constants and other stress Refer calculation factors can be taken directly from the design calculations.

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