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# MECHANICAL CALCULATION SHEET

## Project: NOEV LUBE OIL BLENDING PLANT Job No.: AL-2499

Document No.: V-2154-101-A-215 Reference Drawing: V-2154-101-A-202_Rev.C Vessel Tag No.: V430 / V431

A Rev

05/04/2013 Date

L.D.T Prepared

L.A.V Checked

L.N.B Approval

Rev. No.: A

## MECHANICAL CALCULATION SHEET

INDEX
1. Design Data 2. Shell Thickness Calculation 3. Bottom Head Thickness Calculation 4. Top Head Thickness Calculation 5. Auxiliary Stiffener Calculation 6. Main Stiffener Calculation 7. Coil Half-Pipe Calculation 8. Lug Support 9. Nozzle Calculation 10. Welding 11. Lifting Lug Calculation 12. Vibration Calculation 13. Conclusion

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## Job No.: AL-2499

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1. Design Data Design Code : Service: Design pressure Max. Internal pressure - (Full 4.18 meters of Water) External pressure Working pressure Design temperature Working temperature Corrosion allowance Vessel inside diameter Vessel length (Flat Head to T.L) Material Shell Flat Top Head Bottom Cone Head Nozzle Neck Support SA-240 TP304 / 304L SA-240 TP304 / 304L SA-240 TP304 / 304L SA-312 TP304 / 304L SA-240 TP304 / 304L P= 0.41 0.0 0.0 180 0.0 3950 2730 barg barg barg degrees C mm mm mm (O/D = 3966 mm) = = = 0.041 MPa 0.0 0.0 MPa MPa None Blending Vessel

60 ~ 80 degrees C

2. Shell Thickness Calculation (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Appendix S.3.2) 2.1 Minimum required thickness of shell included corrosion allowance (t):

where: td : tt : D: H: G: E: CA : Sd : St : Design shell thickness, in mm Hydrostatic test shell thickness, in mm nominal diameter of the tank Design Liquid Level Specific Gravity of the Liquid (Shall not be less than 1.0) Joint effeciency Corrosion allowance Allowable Stress for design condition Allowable Stress for the hydrostatic test condition = = = = 0.85 0.0 128 155 mm MPa MPa = = = 3.958 4.18 1.0 m m

Plate of dimension width 1.5 m is selected for first shell course With the tank height of 2.73 m, the second shell course will be 1.23 m width. 2.2 First Shell Course: 4.9 x 3.958 x ( 4.18 -0.3) x 1.0

td1 =

## 128 x 0.85 4.9 x 3.958 x ( 4.18 -0.3)

0.00

0.692

mm

tt1 =

155 x 0.85 5 mm

0.571

mm

Minimum Shell Thickness shall not be less than Choose Nominal thickness of shell, ts1

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td2 =

## 128 x 0.85 4.9 x 3.958 x ( 1.2 -0.3)

0.00

0.166

mm

tt2 =

155 x 0.85 5 mm

0.137

mm

Minimum Shell Thickness shall not be less than Choose Nominal thickness of shell, ts2

## (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Clause 3.6.1.1) = 8 mm

3. Bottom Head Thickness Calculation (Refer to ASME Section VIII, Division 1, UG-32) Type of head: Cone Head

3.1 Minimum required thickness of Bottom Head exclusive corrosion allowance (t): 0.0410 x 3950.0 162.0 95.2

## 2 x cos(60) x (112 x 0.85 - 0.6 x 0.041)

1.70

mm

where: P : internal design pressure D : Inside diameter of the head skirt S : Maximum allowable stress value E : Joint efficiency : one-half of the included angle of the cone at the centerline of head 3.2 Minimum required thickness of Head included corrosion allowance = 3.3 Minimum required thickness of Head, tb 1.70 + = 0.0 = Min. 1.70 8.0 mm mm = = = = = 0.041 3950.0 112.0 0.85 60 degrees MPa mm MPa < 0.385SE = 36.65 MPa

600
4. Top Head Thickness Calculation (Refer to Roark's Formulas for Stress and Strain) Type of head: Flat Head Assume square plate (axb) 600x600 mm with all edges simply supported

Top Head Self-Weight F=mxg Area (A) = D /4 P1 = F/A Structural Weight F=mxg Area (A) = D /4 P2 = F/A Concentrated Load F=mxg Area (A) = D /4 P3 = F/A Total Dead Load (P) Total Live Load (L) Total Uniform Load (q)
2 2 2

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

790.634 7756.12 12.35 0.628 200 1962 12.35 0.159 250 2452.5 12.35 0.199 P1+P2+P3 P+L

kg N m2 kPa kg N m2 kPa kg N m2 kPa = = 0.99 1.2 2.19 kPa kPa kPa (As per API 650 10th Edition, Clause 3.10.2.1) (Assumed) (Including weight of nozzles, manhole on Top Head - 200 kg)

600

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= = = = = =

x 600

mm

## kPa kPa (Refer to ASME Section II, Part D, Table 1A)

Required Plate thickness (Refer to Roark's Formulas, Table 11.4, Case 1a)

1.42

mm

Choose thickness of Top Head Plate Max. Deflection (Refer to Roark's Formulas, Table 11.4, Case 8a)

mm

4 3

0.13

mm

<

t/2

mm

(ACCEPTED)

2 2

3533

kPa

<

[]

112000

kPa

(ACCEPTED)

## 5. Auxiliary Stiffener Calculation

1600
Length of stiffener L Width of Plate that using stiffener W p Uniform load wa = q x W p Select stiffener properties as below = = = 1600 1200 2.622 mm mm kN/m (Assumed)

Area moment of inertia (As per Roark's Formulas, Table A.1, Case 4: Tee section):

60

I=

604446 mm4

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b tw d

= = = =

256 8 60 2528

mm mm mm mm2

10.456

mm

## Elastic modulus (E) Plastic section modulus (Zx)

193000000

kPa

20191

mm3

Max. deflection at the center of stiffener (Refer to Roark's Formulas, Table 8.1, Case 2e ) -5 x 2.622 x 7804 384 x 193000 x 604446

-1.918

mm

Unity Check (UC) ratio calculation M : Maximum bending moment caused by uniform load w a S : Bending Stress caused by M UC ratio :

M=

2 8 S=

= = =

=
=>

(ACCEPTED)

## 6. Main Stiffener Calculation

3900
Length of stiffener L Width of Plate that using stiffener W p Uniform load wa = q x W p Agitator Concentrated load W = 430 kg Select stiffener properties as below b3 d3 d2 b2 b1 d1 : Effective area (about 32 x d3) : The thickness of Top Head : Web height : Web thickness : Bottom flange length : Bottom flange thickness = = = = = = 256 8 200 8 70 8 mm mm mm mm mm mm = = = = 3900 1000 2.185 4.218 mm mm kN/m kN (Assumed)

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y mm 4 108 212

## bd3/12 mm4 2986.6667 5333333.3 10922.667 5347242.7

Distance from bottom to Neutral axis = 609216 / 4208 C Area moment of inertia

144.776

mm

I
Section Modulus Z = I/C

22517020.228 + 5347243

4 27864263 mm

192465.1 mm3

Max. deflection at the center of stiffener (Refer to Roark's Formulas, Table 8.1, Case 2e )
3 -4.2183 x 3900 48 x193000 x 27864263 4 -5 x 2.185 x 3900 384 x 193000 x 27864263

-2.193

mm

Unity Check (UC) ratio calculation M : Maximum bending moment caused by uniform load W S : Bending Stress caused by M UC ratio :

M=

2 + 4 8 S= =
=>

= = = (ACCEPTED)

## KN.m KPa < 1

7. Coil Half-Pipe Calculation (Refer to ASME Section VIII, Division 1, Nonmandatory Appendix EE) 7.1 Because of the same thickness of shell and cone head, the half-pipe calculation shall be considered for shell only. ts R D = 2R S S1 P P1 : Thickness of the shell : Inside shell radius : Inside shell diameter : Allowable tensile stress of shell : Allowable tensile stress of coil half-pipe : Internal Pressure in vessel : Design Pressure in coil = = = = = = = = 8 1975 3950 112.0 112.0 0.041 0.98 80 mm mm mm MPa MPa MPa MPa (Positive pressure inside the shell) (Positive pressure inside the half-pipe) = 155.5 in = 1/3 in

## Half-pipe jacket is DN80

From Fig. EE-2, with D = 155.5 in. and t = 1/3 in., so K Actual longitudinal tensile pressure in shell S' = PR/2ts

5.06

MPa

Permissible coil pressure P' = F / K = (1.5S - S') / K = 2.04 MPa > => The thickness of shell is satisfactory for pressure inside Half-pipe Choose Half-pipe DN80, SCH. 40 P1 PASS = 0.98 MPa

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0.411

mm

PASS

= 2

1.414 5 mm

0.411

0.581

mm

## Choose Fillet weld size =

7.2 Hydrotest Pressure for Coil Half-pipe (Refer to ASME Section VIII, Division 1, UG-99) Min. Test Pressure = 1.3 x Design Pressure = 1.3 x 0.98 = 1.27 MPa

8. Lug Support (Refer to Pressure Vessel Handbook 10th Edition) 8.1 Wear plate

W n Q = W/n R H 2A 2B t tw P

: Weight of Vessel (Full of Water) : Number of lugs : Load on one lug : Radius of shell : Lever arm of load : 1st Dimension of wear plate : 2nd Dimension of wear plate : Wall thickness of shell : Wear plate thickness (approximate shell thickness) : Internal Pressure at Wear plate location

= = = = = = = = = =

## 48230 8 6028.8 1983 152 550 550 8.0 8.0 0.00

kg kg mm mm mm mm mm mm MPa

## (As per Specification + Agitator weight)

Shell material : Allowable stress value : Joint Efficiency : Shape factors C : 1983 8.0

R/t

248

B/A

275 275

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## Job No.: AL-2499

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C1 = C2 = C3 = C4 = The factors K

1 1 1 1

## 3 275 3 275 = 1983 275

8.3 0.014 14 0.01

0.14

K1 = K2 = K3 = K4 =

Longitudinal Stress :

1 =

2 2 + 6 + 2 1 1 2 2 1.17 + /
66.20 MPa

0.00

MPa

## The sum of tensional stresses: 66.20 + 0.00 = 66.20 MPa

It does not exceed the stress value of the girth seam: 112.0 x 0.85 = 95.2 MPa (ACCEPTED)

Circumferential Stress:

2 =

4 + 6 2 3 3 4
59.49 MPa

0.00

MPa

## The sum of tensional stresses: 59.49 + 0.00 = 59.49 MPa

It does not exceed the stress value of shell material multiplied by 1.5 : 112.0 x 1.50 = = 168 550x550x8 MPa mm (ACCEPTED)

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## Job No.: AL-2499

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8.2 Gussets

Q n b h tg Fy Fa Fb

## : Vertical load per lug : Number of gussets per lug

= = = =

6028.8 2 352 350 20 60 170 68 102 51219 29571 152.42 3048.4 77440 404.15 6E+06

## kg mm mm mm degrees MPa MPa MPa N N mm mm2 mm3 mm Nmm

59142

(Double Gusset)

: Gusset thickness : Minimum Yield Strength of gusset material : Allowable axial Stress : Allowable bending Stress : Axial load on gusset : Bending load on gusset

= = = = = = = =

## (0.4 Fy) (0.6 Fy)

Qa = Q.sin Qb = Q.cos

A = tg.C

## : Cross-sectional area of assumed column : Section modulus

= = =

: Bending moment

Axial stress = 8.401 MPa => Bending Stress = 77.163 MPa => Choose dimensions of Double Gusset as shown above < Fb PASS = 102 Mpa < Fa PASS = 68 MPa

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## l : Base plate width a : Bearing width l1 : Bolt hole diameter 8.3.1

= = = =

280 50 210 38

mm mm mm mm (Assumed)

2E+06

Nmm

8.3.2

Bearing

= =

4.2244 18630

Nmm2 Nmm

8.3.3

## Thickness required base plate

19.69

mm

where Mb is bending moment Choose the actual thickness base plate t b 8.4 Compression Plate for Double Gusset e Ev Es t R tc y x Fy Fb : Modulus of elasticity of vessel : Modulus of elasticity of compression plate : Shell Vessel thickness : Inside Radius of vessel : Assumed Compression Plate thickness : Compression Plate width : Distance between loads : Minimum Yield Strength of gusset material : Allowable bending Stress = = = = = = = = = = 152 193721 MPa 193721 MPa 8.0 1975.0 25.0 208.0 420.0 170 102 mm mm mm mm mm MPa MPa (0.6 Fy) (Refer to figure of 8.2 Gussets) = 25 mm

Concentrated load on Double Gusset = Foundation modulus = Moment of inertial of Compression plate 0.3973 N/mm3 12842 N (Assumed)

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## Job No.: AL-2499

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= Section modulus of Compression plate = Damping factor = Internal bending moment in Compression plate =

2E+07

mm4

180267 mm3

0.0004

1E+07

Nmm

Bending stress = 62.308 MPa => Choose Compression Plate thickness, tc 9. Nozzle calculation 9.1 Shell Nozzle N2 (DN40) (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Appendix S) 9.1.1 Minimum Nozzle Neck thickness Base on table S.3.3.1 = 25.0 mm < Fb PASS = 102 Mpa

Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck Corrosion Allowance (C.A) Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck including C.A 9.1.2 9.2 Choose Nozzle actual thickness

= = = =

## 5.08 0.00 5.08 5.08

mm mm mm mm

(SCH 80S)

(SCH 80S)

Flat Top Head Nozzle N1, N3 (DN50) (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Appendix S) 9.2.1 Minimum Nozzle Neck thickness Base on table S.3.3.1 Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck Corrosion Allowance (C.A) Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck including C.A 9.2.2 Choose Nozzle actual thickness = = = = 5.54 0.00 5.54 5.54 mm mm mm mm (SCH 80S) (SCH 80S)

9.3

Flat Top Head Nozzle N9 (DN80) (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Appendix S)

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9.3.1

Minimum Nozzle Neck thickness Base on table S.3.3.1 Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck Corrosion Allowance (C.A) Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck including C.A = = = = 5.49 0.00 5.49 5.49 mm mm mm mm (SCH 40S) (SCH 40S)

9.3.2 9.4

## Choose Nozzle actual thickness

Flat Top Head Nozzle N6, N10 (DN100) (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Appendix S) 9.4.1 Minimum Nozzle Neck thickness Base on table S.3.3.1 Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck Corrosion Allowance (C.A) Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck including C.A 9.4.2 Choose Nozzle actual thickness = = = = 6.02 0.00 6.02 6.02 mm mm mm mm (SCH 40S) (SCH 40S)

9.5

Flat Top Head Nozzle N4 (DN250) (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Appendix S) 9.5.1 Minimum Nozzle Neck thickness Base on table S.3.3.1 Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck Corrosion Allowance (C.A) Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck including C.A 9.5.2 Choose Nozzle actual thickness = = = = 6 0.00 6.00 12.7 mm mm mm mm (SCH 80S)

9.6. Cone Bottom Head Nozzle N5 (DN100) (Refer to ASME Section VIII, Division 1 & API 650 10th Edition, Appendix S) 9.6.1 Minimum Nozzle neck thickness (Refer to ASME Section VIII, Division 1)

tn (min) max ta , tb
where: S : Maximum allowable stress value, E : Joint efficiency Nozzle inside radius tn (min) : minimum required thickness of Nozzle 9.6.1.1 ta : minimum neck thickness required for internal and external pressure using UG-27 and UG-28 (plus corrosion allowance), as applicable. The effects of external forces and moments from supplemental loads (see UG-22) shall be considered. Shear stresses caused by UG-22 loadings shall not exceed 70% of the allowable tensile stress for the nozzle material. S= E= Rn = 112 1.00 97.18 mm MPa

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x 0.04 5.27

## 97.2 0.6 x 0.0 mm , 8.0 )=

3.9849 112.0

0.04

mm

ta = 9.6.1.2 where:

0.04

5.27

mm

tb1 : for vessels under internal pressure, the thickness (plus corrosion allowance) required for pressure (assuming E = 1.0) for the shell or head at the location where the nozzle neck or other connection attaches to the vessel but in no case less than the minimum thickness specied for the material in UG-16(b). tb1 = 8.00 mm

tb2 : for vessels under external pressure tb2 = Max (tb1, tb2) = 0.00 Max ( mm 8.00 , 0.00 )= 8.0 mm

tb3 : the thickness given in Table UG-45 plus the thickness added for corrosion allowance. (for standard wall pipe) tb3 = => 9.6.2. 5.27 + = 0.0 max ( = 0.04 , 5.27 5.3 ) mm = 5.27 mm

tn (min) max ta , tb

Minimum Nozzle neck thickness (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Appendix S) Base on table S.3.3.1 Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck Corrosion Allowance (C.A) Minimum thickness of Nozzle Neck including C.A Choose Nozzle actual thickness = = = = 6.02 0.00 6.02 6.02 6.02 mm mm mm mm mm (SCH 40S) (SCH 40S)

9.6.3. 9.7

## Choose Nozzle actual thickness =

Coil Half-pipe Steam Nozzle N7A/B/C & N8A/B/C (DN25) (Refer to ASME Section VIII, Division 1) Minimum Nozzle neck thickness

tn (min) max ta , tb
where: S : Maximum allowable stress value, E : Joint efficiency Nozzle inside radius tn (min) : minimum required thickness of Nozzle 9.7.1 ta : minimum neck thickness required for internal and external pressure using UG-27 and UG-28 (plus corrosion allowance), as applicable. The effects of external forces and moments from supplemental loads (see UG-22) shall be considered. Shear stresses caused by UG-22 loadings shall not exceed 70% of the allowable tensile stress for the nozzle material. S= E= Rn = 112 1.00 24.30 mm MPa

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x 0.21 2.96

## 24.3 0.6 x 0.980 mm , 5.49 ) =

23.814 111.4

0.21

mm

ta = 9.7.2 where:

0.21

2.96

mm

tb1 : for vessels under internal pressure, the thickness (plus corrosion allowance) required for pressure (assuming E = 1.0) for the shell or head at the location where the nozzle neck or other connection attaches to the vessel but in no case less than the minimum thickness specied for the material in UG-16(b). tb1 = 5.49 mm

tb2 : for vessels under external pressure tb2 = Max (tb1, tb2) = 5.49 Max ( mm 5.49 , 5.49 )= 5.49 mm

tb3 : the thickness given in Table UG-45 plus the thickness added for corrosion allowance. (for standard wall pipe) tb3 = => 2.96 + = 0.0 max ( = 0.21 , 2.96 2.96 ) 4.55 mm = mm 2.96 mm (SCH 80)

tn (min) max ta , tb

## 9.7.3 Choose Nozzle actual thickness =

9.7.4 Nozzle actual thickness is compared with the minimum thickness provided which for pipe material would include a 12.5% undertolerance = 0.875 Result: 10. Welding 10.1 Shell Nozzle N2 (DN40) - (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Clause 3.6) As per Fig. 3-4B and Table 3-6 Flanged Nozzles in pipe sizes NPS 2 (DN50) or smaller do not required reinforcing plates Diameter of the hole in the shell plate, D R Size of Fillet Weld, A = = 51 6 mm mm x 4.55 = 3.98 > tn (min) = 2.96 mm

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## Job No.: AL-2499

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10.2 Flat Top Head Nozzle N1, N3 (DN50) - (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Clause 3.6) As per Fig. 3-16 - Flanged Roof Nozzles where : DP : Diameter of Hole in Roof Plate (Table 3-14) DP = 65 mm

10.3 Flat Top Head Nozzle N9 (DN80) - (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Clause 3.6) As per Fig. 3-16 - Flanged Roof Nozzles where : DP : Diameter of Hole in Roof Plate (Table 3-14) DP = 92 mm Refer to Table 3-14: Reinforcing plates are not required on nozzle DN 80 10.4 Flat Top Head Nozzle N6, N10 (DN100) - (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Clause 3.6) As per Fig. 3-16 - Flanged Roof Nozzles where : DP : Diameter of Hole in Roof Plate (Table 3-14) DP = 120 mm Refer to Table 3-14: Reinforcing plates are not required on nozzle DN 100 10.5 Flat Top Head Nozzle N4 (DN250) - (Refer to API 650 10th Edition, Clause 3.6) As per Fig. 3-16 - Flanged Roof Nozzles & Table 3-14 where : DP : Diameter of Hole in Reinforcing Plate DP = 280 mm

## DR : Outside Diameter of Reinforcing Plate DR = 550 mm

10.6 Cone Bottom Head Nozzle N5 (DN100) 10.6.1 Size of weld, Nozzle thickness & Shell thickness

tn tc (actual) t 10.6.2

= = =

## 6.02 6.00 8.00

mm mm mm

(Nozzle thickness) (Refer to fabrication detail drawing) (Min. Bottom Head thickness after forming)

Check for full penetration groove weld and fillet cover weld shown in Fig above tc (min) = Min ( 6 , 0.7 tmin )

where:

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## Job No.: AL-2499

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tmin = the smaller of 19 mm or the thickness of the thinner of the parts joined by a llet, single-bevel, or single-J weld tmin = 0.7tmin = Min ( 19.0 , 0.7 6.02 x )= 6.02 6.00 , 6.02 = 4.21 mm 4.21 )= mm 4.21 < tc (actual) = => 10.7 Coil Half-pipe Steam Nozzle N7A/B/C & N8A/B/C 10.7.1 Size of weld, Nozzle thickness & Shell thickness 6.00 PASS mm

## => tc (min) = Min ( 6 , 0.7 tmin ) = Min (

tn tc (actual) t 10.7.2

= = =

mm mm mm

## (Nozzle thickness) (Refer to fabrication detail drawing) (Coil Half-pipe thickness)

Check for full penetration groove weld and fillet cover weld shown in Fig above tc (min) = Min ( 6 , 0.7 tmin )

where: tmin = the smaller of 19 mm or the thickness of the thinner of the parts joined by a llet, single-bevel, or single-J weld tmin = 0.7tmin = Min ( 19.0 , 0.7 4.55 x )= 4.55 6.00 , 4.55 = 3.19 mm 3.19 )= mm 3.19 < tc (actual) = => 10.8 Cone Bottom Head Welded Joint Weld type : Butt weld, Full Penetration Critical weld length K Inside Diameter of Tank D Area of weld Aw Allowable Stress of Shell material Applied by force Total Weight Load (TWL) Weight Load of Water inside the tank W w Weight Load of Cone Bottom Head W b TWL Tensile Stress on Welded Joint Tensile Allowable Safety Factor = = = 4.02 MPa 112.0 MPa 27.8 => PASS Tensile = TWL / Aw = = = 391419 N 8063.8 N 399483 N (Estimate) (Estimate) TWL = Ww + Wb = = = = 8 3950 99274 112.0 mm mm mm2 MPa Aw = DK (Assumed equal to the thickness of shell) 4.00 PASS mm

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## Job No.: AL-2499

Rev. No.: A

11. Lifting Lug Calculation Equipment weight Angle Lifting Lug material We = 7900 90.0 kg degree

## SA-240 TP304 / 304L

Considered a load factor of 2.0 applied to the structure gravity loads Design Load Force Fz = 0.5 P Fx = Fz / tg Max tensile force in Wire Rope Ps = Fz / sin 11.1 Lifting lug configuration = 77499 N = = 77499 0 N N P = 2x9.81xW e = 154998 N

where : SWL Rh r R Tp t T h b c a D Fy = = = = = = = = = = = = = Safe working load Hole radius Cheek plate radius Main plate radius Main plate thickness Cheek plate thickness Total plate thickness Base width Distance from edge of taper to center of hole Distance from base of plate to center of hole Taper angle Shackle pin diameter Yield Strength of lifting lug material

The dimension T should equal 60 - 85% of shackle jaw width. The pin hole diameter should be 3 mm greater than the selected shackle pin size Cheek plate radius is approximately r = R - 1.5t The main plate radius is approximately R = 3 R h The cheek plate thickness (t) should be less than or equal to the plate thickness (Tp). 11.1.1 Choose Shackle Shackle load Ps Choose Shackle with SWL = 77499 N = = 7.9 9.5 tonne tonne

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## Job No.: AL-2499

Rev. No.: A

As per Table shown above : Shackle jaw width W Shackle pin size D = = 46 32 mm mm

11.1.2

## 11.2 Stress in Lifting Lug

Bearing Stress Bearing Allowable Safety Factor = = = 59.07 153 2.59 MPa MPa => Bearing Allowable PASS = = Ps/(T x D) 0.9 x Fy

Shear Stress Shear Allowable Safety Factor = = = 33.64 68 2.02 MPa MPa => Shear Allowable PASS = = Ps/(4(r-Rh)*t+2(R-Rh)*Tp) 0.4 x Fy

Tensile Stress From Section D3.2 of AISC, the distance used in calculations, across the hole, is the minimum of 4 times the plate thickness at the pinhole or 0.8 times the hole diameter. Effective width Plate thickness Tensile Allowable Safety Factor = = = = = 28.8 41 65.63 76.5 1.17 mm mm MPa MPa => Tensile Allowable PASS = = Ps/(Effective width*plate thickness) 0.45 Fy (AISC Section D3.2)

= = =

## 116204.2 4175 93.37

mm3 mm MPa
2

Z A Bending

= = =

h2 x Tp / 6 h x Tp (Fz*c / Z) + (Fx / A)

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## Allowable Safety Factor 11.3 Stress in Weld Joint

= =

102 1.09

MPa =>

Allowable PASS

0.6 Fy

Weld type :

T-Butt weld, Full Penetration Critial weld length K Section modulus of weld Zw Area of weld Aw = = = 25 mm 3 232408 mm mm2 8350 (Assumed equal to the thickness of lug) Zw h2 x K / 3 = Aw = 2xKxh

Applied by force Fz Bending S1 Shear S2 Combined Allowable Safety Factor = = = = = 46.7 9.3 47.60 102 2.14 MPa MPa MPa MPa => Bending S1 Shear S2 Combined Allowable PASS = = = = Fz*c/Zw Fz/Aw (S12 + S22)0.5 0.6 Fy

Applied by force Fx Tensile S3 Allowable = = 0.00 102 MPa MPa => Choose Lug Configuration as shown above is satisfactory Tensile S3 Allowable PASS = = Fx/Aw 0.6 Fy

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## Simulation of BENDING VESSEL

Date: Tuesday, April 02, 2013 Designer: Solidworks Study name: VIBRATION DUE TO AGITATOR Analysis type: Dynamic Table of Contents Description .......................................... 20 Model Information ............................... 21 Study Properties ................................. 22 Units.................................................... 22 Material Properties .............................. 23 Loads and Fixtures ............................. 24 Contact Information ............................ 25 Mesh Information ................................ 26 Resultant Forces ................................... 8 Study Results........................................ 9 Conclusion .......................................... 11

## Description BENDING VESSEL

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Model Information

Model name: BENDING VESSEL Current Configuration: Default Solid Bodies Document Name and Reference Boss-Extrude10 Treated As Volumetric Properties Mass:4905.75 kg Volume:0.613219 m^3 Density:8000 kg/m^3 Weight:48076.4 N Document Path/Date Modified C:\Users\TRAN THE THAO\Desktop\ANH VU\3D\2\BENDING VESSEL (V 430-V 431).SLDPRT Apr 02 22:22:37 2013 C:\Users\TRAN THE THAO\Desktop\ANH VU\3D\2\BENDING VESSEL 2.2.SLDPRT Apr 02 20:55:43 2013

Solid Body

## Revolve1 Mass:306.91 kg Volume:0.0383637 m^3 Density:8000 kg/m^3 Weight:3007.72 N

Solid Body

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Study Properties Study name Analysis type Mesh type Thermal Effect: Thermal option Zero strain temperature Include fluid pressure effects from SolidWorks Flow Simulation Solver type Inplane Effect: Soft Spring: Inertial Relief: Incompatible bonding options Large displacement Compute free body forces Friction Use Adaptive Method: Result folder

VIBRATION DUE TO AGITATOR Dynamic Solid Mesh On Include temperature loads 298 Kelvin Off FFEPlus Off Off Off Automatic Off On Off Off SolidWorks document (C:\Users\TRAN THE THAO\Desktop\ANH VU\3D\2)

## SI (MKS) mm Kelvin Rad/sec N/m^2

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Material Properties Model Reference Properties Name: A-240 TP304/304 L Model type: Linear Elastic Isotropic Default failure Max von Mises criterion: Stress Yield strength: 1.28e+008 N/m^2 Tensile strength: 5.15e+008 N/m^2 Elastic modulus: 2e+011 N/m^2 Poisson's ratio: 0.26 Mass density: 8000 kg/m^3 Shear modulus: 7.93e+010 N/m^2 Curve Data:N/A Components SolidBody 1(BossExtrude10)(BENDING VESSEL (V 430-V 431)1), SolidBody 1(Revolve1)(BENDING VESSEL 2.2-1)

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Loads and Fixtures Fixture name Fixture Image Fixture Details Entities: 8 face(s) Type: Fixed Geometry Fixed-1

## Resultant Forces Components Reaction force(N) Reaction Moment(Nm)

X 49.2291 0

Y 719982 0

Z -15.8973 0

Resultant 719982 0

Load Details Entities: 3 face(s) Type: Apply normal force Value: 500000 N

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## Reference: Top Plane Values: 0 0 -9.81 Units: SI Gravity-1

Contact Information Contact Contact Image Contact Properties Type: Bonded Components: 1 component(s) Options: Compatible mesh

Global Contact

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Mesh Information Mesh type Mesher Used: Automatic Transition: Include Mesh Auto Loops: Jacobian points Element Size Tolerance Mesh Quality Remesh failed parts with incompatible mesh

Solid Mesh Standard mesh Off Off 4 Points 123.544 mm 6.17719 mm High Off

Mesh Information - Details Total Nodes Total Elements Maximum Aspect Ratio % of elements with Aspect Ratio < 3 % of elements with Aspect Ratio > 10 % of distorted elements(Jacobian) Time to complete mesh(hh;mm;ss): Computer name:

## 192800 97185 2206.3 6.9 49.9 0 00:01:41 TRANTHETHAO-PC

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Mesh Control Information: Mesh Control Name Mesh Control Image Mesh Control Details Entities: Units: Size: Ratio: Control-1 1 component(s) mm 70 1.5

## Entities: Units: Size: Ratio: Control-2

1 component(s) mm 40 1.5

Resultant Forces Reaction Forces Selection set Units Entire Model N Reaction Moments Selection set Units Entire Model Nm Sum X 49.2291 Sum Y 719982 Sum Z -15.8973 Resultant 719982

Sum X 0

Sum Y 0

Sum Z 0

Resultant 0

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Study Results Name Stress1 Type VON: von Mises Stress Min 0.000236212 N/mm^2 (MPa) Node: 17656 Max 101.848 N/mm^2 (MPa) Node: 192580

BENDING VESSEL-VIBRATION DUE TO AGITATOR-Stress-Stress1 Name Displacement1 Type URES: Resultant Displacement Min 0 mm Node: 16910 Max 14.4683 mm Node: 182622

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BENDING VESSEL-VIBRATION DUE TO AGITATOR-Displacement-Displacement1 Name Strain1 Type ESTRN: Equivalent Strain Min 2.4083e-009 Element: 75937 Max 0.000335032 Element: 94615

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Type Automatic

## BENDING VESSEL-VIBRATION DUE TO AGITATOR-Factor of Safety-Factor of Safety1

Conclusion
Von Misses Stress=101.8 (Mpa) < Allowable Stress=112(Mpa) Safety factor = Allowable Stress / Actual Stress= 112 / 101.8 = 1.1 > 1. Bending Vessel is Safety.

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## Job No.: AL-2499

Rev. No.: A

13. Conclusion Shell thickness: First Shell course Thickness required: Thickness actual: Second Shell course Thickness required: Thickness actual: Bottom Head thickness: Min. Thickness required: Top Head thickness: Thickness actual: Auxiliary Stiffener size: Main Stiffener size: Nozzle thickness: Shell Nozzle N2 (DN40) Thickness required: Thickness actual: Flat Top Head Nozzle N1, N3 (DN50) Thickness required: Thickness actual: Flat Top Head Nozzle N9 (DN80) Thickness required: Thickness actual: Flat Top Head Nozzle N6, N10 (DN100) Thickness required: Thickness actual: Flat Top Head Nozzle N4 (DN250) Thickness required: Thickness actual: Cone Bottom Head Nozzle N5 (DN100) Thickness required: Thickness actual: 6.02 6.02 mm mm (SCH 40S) 6.00 12.70 mm mm (SCH 80S) 6.02 6.02 mm mm (SCH 40S) 5.49 5.49 mm mm (SCH 40S) 5.54 5.54 mm mm (SCH 80S) 5.08 5.08 mm mm (SCH 80S) 8.00 60 x 8 mm mm (Refer to GA Drawing for more details) 8.00 mm 5.00 8 mm mm 5.00 8 mm mm

T-200x8 + 70x8 mm

Coil Half-pipe Steam Nozzle N7A/B/C & N8A/B/C (DN25) Thickness required: Thickness actual: 2.96 4.55 mm mm (SCH 80)

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