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Useful Calculation sheets (excel and mathcad files) for Design of Above Ground Storage Tanks

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Title API 650- Storage Tank Design Calculation Floating roof Storage Tank design as per API 650 including bleeder vent, roof drain and wight calculation Design of steel storage tanks- fixed roof with and without column Design Calculasion for fixed cone roof storage tanks Foundation design of storage tanks Seismiac base shear and overturning moment calculation for storage tanks Dike Design for tank farm area Cathodic Protection design calculations for fuel storage tanks API 650 Base Plate Design API 650 Pipe Column Design API 650 Rafter Design API 650 Bleeder Vent Design API 650 Internal Floating Roof Design Shell Defelection and rotation due to nozzele forcess Basis for nozzle tank load check Tank Pressure and Vacuum Protection calculation Tank heat loss calculation Material properties as per ASME III.1

Filetype Excel excel excel Excel Excel Excel Excel excel Mathcad Mathcad Mathcad Mathcad Mathcad excel Excel excel excel excel

FIRST PAGE OF EACH CALCULATION FILES ARE AS BELOW:

Design of Storage Tanks


Tank Sizing Tank design for Int.Pressure

Wind Analysis Seismic Analysis Tank design for External Pressure Weight Calculation
OutPut

Foundation loadings Suggestion/Comments

Linde Engineering India Pvt.ltd

Project : Tank No: Date :

Design of Storage Tanks


:

Prepared: Checked: Approved:

API 650 11 Ed,June 2007,Add-2 Nov 2009

th

P Pex Ti Te E D H2 H Ht Vnom Vnet G Gins CA CAb CAr thins

Design Int.pressure above atm Design External pressure Design Internal temperature Design External temperature Working temperature Joint efficiency Tank inside diameter Height of tank shell Maximum design liquid level Test Liquid Level Nominal capacity Working capacity Stored liquid Specific gravity of the liquid

Design Input Data

0.0 kPa ( 0 psi )

( 0 mmWC )

0.00 kPa [Tank need not be designed for Ext.Press] 65.00 C 47.00 C 30.0 C 0.85 22.0 m 16.0 m 16.000 m 16.000 m 6082 m 6082 m solution 0.718 0.28 1.5 mm 0.0 mm 0.5 mm 0.0 mm Yield Stres: 250 MPa Tensile Stress : 410 MPa Yield Stress : 250 MPa Tensile Stress : 410 MPa Yield Stress : 250 MPa Tensile Stress : 410 MPa Yield Stress : 250 MPa Tensile Stress : 410 MPa

Specific gravity of Insulation material Corrosion allowance for shell Corrosion allowance for bottom Corrosion allowance for roof Insulation thickness

Materials

Sh ll Plate Pl t Shell Roof Plate Bottom Plate Top Angle/Stiffners

IS2062G B IS2062GrB IS2062GrB IS2062GrB IS2062GrB

W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9

Shell Course Numbers Width of 1st shell course Width Width Width Width Width Width Width Width of of of of of of of of 2nd shell course 3rd shell course 4th shell course 5th shell course 6th shell course 7th shell course 8th shell course 9th shell course

Shell courses details


Bottom

8 Ns 2000 mm 2000 mm 2000 mm 2000 mm 2000 mm 2000 mm 2000 mm 2000 mm Okay 0 mm

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Devlpoed By:Manish Maheta

STORAGE TANK DESIGN CALCULATION - API 650 1 .0 DESIGN CODE & SPECIFICATION DESIGN CODE TANK Item te number u b be Roof ( Open/Close ) Typ of Type f roof f(C Cone-roof f/D Dome-roof f / Fl Flat-roof t f / NA ) GEOMETRIC DATA Inside diameter , Di ( corroded ) (@ 39,000 mm ) Nominal diameter diameter, Dn ( new ) ( based on 1st shell course ) N i l di Nominal diameter, t , Dc D ( corroded d d ) ( based b d on 1st 1 t shell h ll course ) Tank height (tan/tan), H Specific gravity of operating liquid , S S.G. G (Actual) Specific gravity of operating liquid , S.G. (Design) Nominal capacity , V M i Maximum d design ig li liquid q id l level, l, HL PRESSURE & TEMPERATURE Design pressure : Upper , Pu : Lower , Pl Design esig te temperature pe atu e : Uppe Upper , Tu u : Lower , Tl MATERIAL & MECHANICAL PROPERTIES Component Material Tensile Stress S( / St(N/mm) ) ) 448.00 448 00 448.00 448 00 448.00 448.00 448 00 448.00 448.00 448 00 448 00 448.00 448.00 Yield Stress Sy( Sy(N/mm) ( / ) ) 241.00 241 00 241.00 241 00 241.00 241.00 241 00 241.00 241.00 241 00 241 00 241.00 241.00 Corrosion Allowance c.a.(mm) ( ) 3.000 3 000 3.000 3 000 3.000 3.000 3 000 3.000 3.00 3 00 3 00 3.00 3.00

: API 650 11th Edition

1 .1 1

: 7061T-3901 706 390 : Close : Floating Fl ti g R Roof f

1 .2 2

= = = = = = = =

39,006 39 028 39,028 39,031 39,031 20,700 0 790 0.790 1.00 24736 20,700 20,700

mm mm mm mm

m mm

1 .3 3

(Atmospheric) = = = =

0.00 0 00 0.00 70 -17

mbarg mbarg Vac C C C C

1 .4

PLATE Sh ll Pl Shell Plate t

( Mat'l M t'l C Code d #1)( (b (bot) t) ) ( Mat Mat'l l Code # 2 ) (top)

Annular Plate Bottom Plate Roof Plate STRUCTURE MEMBERS Roof structure (rafter,bracing,etc (rafter bracing etc ) T Curb Top C b Angle A l Intermediate Wind Girder

A 516 GR. GR 65N A 516 GR. 65N A 516 GR. GR 65N A 516 GR. 65N A 516 GR. GR 65N A 516 GR. GR 65N A 516 GR. GR 65N A 516 GR. 65N

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DESIGN OF STEEL STORAGE TANKS AS PER API-650


SELF-SUPPORTED CONE ROOF
DESIGN DATA

Service Capacity Type of tank Dia of tank (feet) Height of tank (feet) Slope of roof Slope of bottom
Plate Data

HSD SERVICE 21 KL Self Supported Cone Roof 10.004 9.512 1:5 Flat Bottom

Allowable Design St Allowable Test Stre Specific Gravity of L Corrosion Allowance

Plate width (meter) Plate height (meter) Den. of mat. (Kg/m3) INPUT OUTPUT
SHELL

2.4390 1.2195 7850

Course # f b tt from bottom of tank

Liq. height i t k in tank (H) ft 9.512 5.512 1.512

Height of hC each Course mm 1219.512 1219.512 460.976

By one foot method. See sec on page 3-7 of API - 6 Design shell Design shell thi k thi k thickness thickness (td) (td) inches mm 0.126 0.123 0.119 3.211 3.112 3.013

1 2 3

Note:

According to sec. 3.6.1.1 min. thk.of tank of dia. <50ft should be 3/16 inches (4

Course # from bottom of tank

# of full plates in shell per course

Size of full plate in each course (Width) (Height) mm mm 1of40

# of partial plates in shell per course

CONTENTS:-

Sr.No. 1 2 3 4 5

DESCRIPTION DESIGN DATA CALCULATIONS FOR MINIMUM SHELL THICKNESS BOTTOM PLATE DESIGN INTERMEDIATE WIND GIRDER 4.1 AS PER API 650 SEC. 3.9.7 SUPPORTED CONICAL ROOF 5.1 DESIGN OF ROOF PLATE 5.2 DESIGN OF ROOF PLATE WITH STIFFENING 5.3 DESIGN OF COMPRESSION RING 5.4 DESIGN OF ROOF RAFTERS COMPRESSION AREA AT ROOF TO SHELL JOINT 6.1 DESIGN OF COMPRESSION AREA AS PER API 650 App. F STABILITY OF TANK AGAINST WIND LOADS 7.1)RESISTANCE TO SLIDING FOUNDATION LOADING DATA VENTING CALCULATIONS NOZZLE FLEXIBILITY ANALYSIS AS PER APPENDIX P SHELL TO ROOF RAFTER JOINT STRESS ANALYSIS

PAGE 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 10 11 13 14 16 19 20

6 7 8 9 10 11

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1) DESIGN DATA
Design Code Client's Specs. Fluid Material Density of contents Specific gravity of contents Material's yield strength Design Temperature Internal Pressure External Pressure High Liquid Level Design Liquid Level Allowable Design Stress at Design Temp. Allowable Test Stress for Hydrostatic Test Condition Corrosion allowance Bottom Shell Roof Roof Supporting Structure Slope of Tank Roof Outside dia. of tank Inside dia of tank Nominal dia. of tank Height of Shell Weight of roof attachments (platform, handrail, nozzles, etc.) Weight of attachments (pipe clips, nozzles, etc.) Weight of curb Angle Design Wind Velocity Yield Strength of Steel Structure Live Load on roof DL G dy T Pi Pe Hl HL Sd St : : : : API 650, 10th Edition, Add.4 2005, Appendix F 32-SAMSS-005, BD-407062 Rev.00C FIRE / UTILITY / WASH WATER TANK SA-516 Gr 70. kg./m3 = 1004.9 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 1.0049 260 71 0.747 0.245 8.560 9.000 173.00 195.00 3.20 3.20 3.20 3.20 9.46 13.516 13.500 13.508 9.000 30.00 5.00 6.85 154 250 1.2 MPa
o

API 650 Table-3.2 = = 3.0 1.0 inch of water inch of water

C Kpa Kpa m m MPa MPa

API 650 Table-3.2 API 650 Table-3.2

mm mm mm mm
0

Do Di D H Wr Ws Wc V Fy Lr

1:6

m m m m = 44.32 ft

KN KN KN Km/hr M Pa = Kpa

36.26 Ksi API 650 Sec. 3.2.1d

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CALCULATION

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CALCULATION FOR TANK FOUNDATION


Document Item No. Service Type TK-1601 Oily Water Retention Tanks Concrete Ring Wall Foundation

Refer to Dwg.No. Refer to G.A Dwg No.

8474L-015-DW-1743-626 RGX-D-87-1354-001

4.1-

LOADING DATA
FOUNDATION LOADING WEIGHT SUMMARY

4.24.3-

Dead Load, Shell, Roof, & Ext.Structure Loads Live Load Uniform Load, Operating Condition Uniform Load, Hydrotest Load Base Shear due to Wind Reaction due to Wind Moment Due to Wind Base Shear due to Seismic Load Reaction due to Seismic Load Moment Due to Seismic Load TANK DATA Diameter of Tank = D = Bolt Center Dia = BCD = Height of Tank = HT = MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS fy fc' 420 28 24.00 78.40 18.00 10.00 MPa MPa kN/m3 kN/m3 kN/m3 kN/m3 9.000 9.174 12.000 m m m

: DL : LL : WO : Wh : FW : RW : MW : FS : RS : MS

14.37 2.89 112.89 123.93 80.71 2.09 533.15 807.26 17.16 4492.39

kN/m kN/m kN/m2 kN/m2 kN kN/m kN-m kN kN/m kN-m

Concrete Steel Soil Water


4.4SOIL CONDITION Net Soil Bearing Capacity of Area In normal operations Coefficient of Lateral Soil Pressure Angle of Internal Friction Active soil pressure coefficient At rest soil pressure coefficient Passive soil pressure coefficient Coefficient of friction 4.5FOUNDATION OUTLINE Top of Ringwall Bottom of Ringwall Unit Elevation

250

kPa

= Ka = tan (45 - /2) Ko = 1 - sin Kp = tan (45 + /2) =

30 0.33 0.50 3.00 0.50

EL + EL + EL +

100.300 97.000 100.000

m m m

b EL+ 100.300 m h1

DO D Di

df h2

EL+ 97.000 m

Width of Ring wall Height of Ringwall Soil Cover Projection Footing Outer Dia Footing Inner Dia

b= df = h2 = h1 = Do = BCD + b Di = BCD - b

1.00 3.30 3.00 0.30 10.17 8.17

m m m m m m

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"IBC2006E.xls" Program Version 1.3

SEISMIC BASE SHEAR AND OVERTURNING MOMENT


Job Name: Job Number: Per IBC 2006 and ASCE 7-05 Specifications For Ground Supported Vertical Cylindrical Tanks, Vessels, and Stacks Subject: Originator: Checker:

Input Data: Occupancy Category = Importance Factor, I = Soil Site Class = Location Zip Code = Spectral Accel., SS = Spectral Accel., S1 = Long, Trans. Period, TL = Tank/Vessel Height, h = Tank/Vessel Diameter, d = Wall Thickness, t = Tank Mat'l. Unit Wt., t = Tank Elastic Modulus, E = Roof Weight, Wr = Shell Weight, Ws = Bottom Weight, Wb = Contents Unit Weight, c = Height of Contents, hp = Contents Weight, Wp = Liquid Contents? Structural System =

IV 1.50 D 29607 0.352 0.106 8.000 30.000 30.000 0.3750 490 29000 15.00 43.25 10.82 62.40 25.000 1098.11 Yes 7a

IBC 2006, Table 1604.5, page 281 ASCE 7-05 Table 11.5-1, page 116 IBC 2006 Table 1613.5.2, page 303 ASCE 7-05 Figures 22-1 to 22-14 ASCE 7-05 Figures 22-2 to 22-14 sec. ASCE 7 Fig's. 22-15 to 22-20
ft. ft. in. pcf ksi kips kips kips pcf ft. kips

d F h W 2*h/3 V

V = Cs*W Seismic Base Shear

Flat bottom, ground supported tanks - steel or fiberreinforced - mechanically anchored (ASCE 7-05 Table 15.4-2)

Results: Site Coefficients: Fa = Fv = 1.518 2.375 IBC 2006 Table 1613.5.3(1), page 304 IBC 2006 Table 1613.5.3(2), page 304

Maximum Spectral Response Accelerations for Short and 1-Second Periods: SMS = 0.535 SMS = Fa*S SS, IBC 2006 Eqn. 16 37, page 303 16-37, SM1 = 0.252 SM1 = Fv*S1, IBC 2006 Eqn. 16-38, page 303 Design Spectral Response Accelerations for Short and 1-Second Periods : SDS = 0.357 SDS = 2*SMS/3, IBC 2006 Eqn. 16-39, page 304 SD1 = 0.168 SD1 = 2*SM1/3, IBC 2006 Eqn. 16-40, page 304 Seismic Design Category: Category(for SDS) = Category(for SD1) = Use Category = Fundamental Period: T= Rigid or Flexible? 0.047 Rigid
sec.,

D D D

IBC 2006 Table 1613.5.6(1), page 306 IBC 2006 Table 1613.5.6(2), page 306 Most critical of either category case above controls

T = 0.00000765*(h/d)^2*(W*1000/h*d/(t/12))^(1/2) Criteria: If T < 0.06, then Rigid, else if T >= 0.06, then Flexible

Seismic Design Coefficients and Factors: Response Mod. Coef., R = 3 ASCE 7-05 Table 15.4-2, page 163 2 ASCE 7-05 Table 15.4-2, page 163 Overstrength Factor, o = Defl. Amplif. Factor, Cd = 2.5 ASCE 7-05 Table 15.4-2, page 163
(continued:)

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2013/04/28 04:04

Tank and Dike Work Book


Instructions and Notes 1
Purpose: This Excel Work Book was created to assist the Plant Layout Designer with a task that can be complicated, filled with potential error and take a lot of time. The goal is to reduce costs by reducing time and improving quality.

Application: This Work Book can be used for single tank within a single containment area or can be used for multiple tanks within a single containment area.

Contents: There are five (5) sheets included. Sheet "1 (this sheet) is the instructions and Notes. Sheet #2 is a list of some of the most common API Storage Tank sizes . Space is included so the user can record other sizes consistent with project specific requirements . Sheet #3 is the work sheet for the Single Tank application. Sheet #4 is the work Sheet for the multiple tank application . Sheet #5 is a two page work sheet: Page 1 is for the Dike Detail and page 2 is for the Tank Pad Detail.

Tank Data: A) Collect a list of Tanks for the Project . This list must include the sizes (in Barrels), the Tank Types and the Commodities. B) Determine if there is a Local or Client imposed Code that defines Grouping or separation of Tank types or Commodities. If there are Tanks on the project list that are not included on Sheet #2 then add them in the "Yellow" spaces provided and in this case only hit "Save".

Civil/Structural Data: Meet with the appropriate Civil/Structural Group and have them define preliminary guidelines for A) the Angle of Repose of the material to be used for the Dikes (Berms, Bungs, etc.), the recommended maximum height of the Dikes and for B) The proposed approach to Tank Pad profiles (Height and configuration).

The Task: Add the Dike Height and Angle of Repose data into Page 1 of Sheet #5. Add the Tank Pad height Data to Page 2 of Sheet #5

For Single Tank Installation: Use Sheet #3. Enter all the data required (and Optional) Data in the "Yellow" user entry boxes. The Form and the built-in formulas will do the work for you.

For Multiple Tank Installation: Use Sheet #4. Enter all the data required (and Optional) Data in the "Yellow" user entry boxes. The Form and the built-in formulas will do most of the work for you. With this grouping you must select and enter a choice for the "Width" of the Containment Area. This is a "Trial and Error" method until you get the shape that fits the project needs .

Quitting and Closing: It is recommended that before closing the program that Copies of all Sheets be printed out for all Tank configurations completed. When closing the program do not save the data. This will allow you to start with a clean Work Book for the next Tank configuration.

Note: Each Sheet of this Work Book is Password protected. In order to make a change to a "cell" that is not "Yellow" the Sheet must be "unprotected" using the password. This Password will be furnished on request.

Tank & Dike Calculation Sheet #1


Single Tank in Single Dike Area
The user only fills in data in the approprate "Yellow" boxes. No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are optional, 6, 7, 8, 9 are required. The Answer is at #10

#2 Tank Number A
Barrels

#3 By
#7 Diameter

#4 Date
#5 Height (Information only) Feet Meters

#1 Project Capacity Gallons (US) 0 Gallons (UK) 0 Volume (110%) Cubic Feet 0 0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Cubic Yards 0 Cubic Meters 0 0 Feet Meters See Note @ #10 Feet Meters

B #6
See Note @ #10

Minimum Toe of Dike to Crown of Dike if Dike area is square (North/South direction) (Same in East/West direction)

Tank Diameter -

Feet `

Tank Diameter -

0.0

Meters

Go to Sheet #5 for Dike Details 15 ft or 5m Min.

15 ft or 5m Min.

#8

Dike Height 0 0 Feet Meters

Effective Tank Pad Diameter 6 Feet 2.0 Meters

#9
Feet Meters

Pad Height

Go to Sheet #5 for Pad Details

Tank Pad
Pad Volume 0.00 0.00 Cubic Feet Cubic Meters

Dike Containment Area


Total Volume Required (*) 0 0 (*) Total Volume required includes Tank contents plus Pad displacement volume. Minimum Dike surface area #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Min. Req'd Length/Width #DIV/0!

#10
Feet

#DIV/0! Meters Note: For Total Outside Toe to Outside Toe Dimension add dim "Y" & "Z" from Sheet #5

Design For Obove-Ground Fuel Tank

MOGAS Tank For Fuel Point

Data
Physical Dimensions Length Hight Width Diameter Structure Specs material Type Shape Elyctrolyte Electrolyte Resistivity Current Current Requirement Total Current Requirment Coating Resistance Resistance Life Time Years Efficiency Percentage Anode Type 80 magnisium Alloy Anode m^2 36.75 m 2 395.3712 m^2 20 w Y I S E = = = = = 4 1.5 2.25 13.12 4.92 7.38 0

Design Steps
Soil Resistivity Selecting Anode Number of Anodes meets Groundbed resistance Limitations Number of Anodes for Sys life expectancy Number of Anodes to be used Select Groundbed layout

Steel Rectangular Prism Soil 5000 ohm-centimeter

1 0.3953712

milli Amp Amp

Number of Anode w= YxSxI E


Waight Years Current Requirement pound per Ampere-year years lb 20 0.3953712 8.8 20

2500 ohm per square foot

Tank Surface Area Tank Surface Area

W= W No of Anodes

86.981664 5.1165685

Anode Specification
Dimensions Weight Package Weight Package Size 3.75x3.75 x26 17 lb 45 lb 6.5 x 29 Inch

BASIS FOR TANK NOZZLE LOAD CHECK AS PER API650-P3


LOAD CASE INPUT 1) GEOMETRICAL INPUT TANK DIAMETER, D = TANK SHEEL THICKNESS, ts = NOZZLE OUTSIDE DIAMETER, d = NOZZLE NECK THICKNESS, tn = REINFORCEMENT PAD THICKNES, tr = NOZZLE LOCATION FROM BOTTOM, l = MATERIAL = ALLOWABLE DESIGN STRESS, Sd = 2) LOAD INPUT 2a) SUSTAINED LOAD RADIAL THRUST, FR = TRANSVERSE SHEAR FORCE, VC = LONGITUDINAL SHEAR FORCE, VL = TORSIONAL MOMENT, MT = CIRCUMFERENTIAL MOMENT, MC= LONGITUDINAL MOMENT, ML = 2b) THERMAL LOAD RADIAL THRUST, FR = TRANSVERSE SHEAR FORCE, VC = LONGITUDINAL SHEAR FORCE, VL = TORSIONAL MOMENT, MT = CIRCUMFERENTIAL MOMENT, MC= LONGITUDINAL MOMENT, ML = CALCULATION FOR GEOMETRIC u= (d/D) x (D/t)0.5 0.20 -8761 1479 3793 -1.98E+06 2.77E+05 8.61E+06 N N N N-mm N-mm N-mm 44 -30 -958 5.30E+04 1.00E+03 -1.10E+04 N N N N-mm N-mm N-mm 32020 10 168.275 12.7 12.7 275 A36 160 mm mm mm mm mm mm MPa AT NOZZLE OF D-002 OPER. AT MAX. DESIGN TEMP.

d/tn = 13 2(Dxt)0.5 1705 L/B h= 0.16 t/tn = 1.787401575 (h+0.5)/1.5 z= 0.66 B= STRESS FACTOR Based on d/tn & t/tn user need to do interpolation as per the appropriate table attached LOAD FR FR MC MC ML STRESS FACTOR fr f fr f fr VALUE 2.24293374 1.304759646 1.649571821 1.171710421 1.63916237 Page 1 of 6

from Fig. P-11

Product Form
Plate Forgings Pipe Tube Bar Fitting Cast
SA-204 SA-225 SA-240 SA-283 SA-285

Remarks:

Select first the Product Form before looking for the material specification. Plate
316H 316H 316L 316L 316LN

TABLE 1A MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE STRESS VALUES S FOR FERROUS MATERIALS AT DESIGN TEMPERATURE (Materials Permitted on ASME Sec. VIII-1 Only) ASME 2001
Design Temperature o 90 194 C Nominal Composition
16Cr - 12Ni - 2Mo
o

Allowable Stress at Design Temp. Stress 16.7 115.14 1174.1 2 kg/cm ksi Mpa

Mi. Strength
Tensile Yield 70 25 482.63 172.37 4,922 1,758
Heat-Resisting Stainless Steel..Low Carbon

Spec No SA-240
ASME Locator Addenda 01
G5 G42

Type/Grade 316L
Page 66 Line 11

Alloy Design / UNS

S31603
Class / Cond / Tempe

Applic. & Max. Temp.(deg.F / NP) 850 Limits on Section I 800 Limits on Section II 850 Limits on Sec.VIII-1

Ext.Chart.No. Tick(in) HA-4 0 SCROLL DOWN to view Notes or use "FIND" {Ctrl.+F} command in "EDIT" menu. General Notes

Applicable Notes

P-No.
8

G-No.
1

REMARKS; *1) Rimmed Steel ASME SEC.II SA-6/SA-6M para.3.6-Steel containing oxygen to give a continous evolution of carbon monoxide while the ingot is solidifying, resulting in a case or rim of of metal virtually free of voids.

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) G5

The following abbreviations are used: Applic., Applicability; Cond., Condition; Desig., Designation; Smls., Seamless; and Wld., Welded. The stress values in this Table may be interpolated to determine values for intermediate temperatures. When used for Section III Class MC design, the stress values listed herein shall be multiplied by a factor of 1.1 (NE-3112.4); these values shall be considered as design stress intensities or allowable stress values as required by NE-3200 or NE-3300, resp For Section VIII applications, stress values in restricted shear such as dowel bolts or similar construction in which the shearing member is so restricted that the section under consideration would fail without reduction of area shall be 0.80 times the va For Section VIII applications, stress values in bearing shall be 1.60 times the values in the above Table. Stress values for -20 to 100oF are applicable for colder temperatures when toughness requirements of Section III or Section VIII are met.
Due to the relatively low yield strength of these materials, these higher stress values were established at temperatures where the short time tensile properties govern to permit the use of these alloys where slightly greater deformation is acceptable. The

G42 For Section I, use is limited to PEB-5.3. See PG-5.5 for cautionary note.

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Rigorous Heat Loss Program

2013/04/28

Ambient Heat Loss from a Vessel


This tool calculates the ambient heat losses from a vertical vessel. Vessel Dimensions Tank diameter Vessel height Liquid height Sidewall insulation thickness Roof insulation thickness Ambient Conditions Ambient temperature Wind speed Liquid Properties Temperature Liquid specific heat Liquid viscosity Liquid thermal conductivity Liquid density Liquid coeff of thermal expansion Vapor Properties Vapor specific heat Vapor viscosity Vapor thermal conductivity Vapor density Vapour coeff of thermal expansion RESULTS Location Dry Wall Wet wall Roof Bottom Total Area (ft2) 2,827 4,712 1,967 1,963 11,471 Heat Loss (BTU/hr) 6,320 18,130 2,717 1,157 28,324
diameter

(ft) (ft) (ft) (inches) (inches)

50 48 30 1.5 0

vessel height

(F) (mph)

35 10

liquid height

(F) (BTU/lb/F) (Centipoise) (BTU/hr/ft/F) (lb/ft 3) (/F)

55 0.6 40 0.12 46.8 1.00E-06

(BTU/lb/F) (Centipoise) (BTU/hr/ft/F) (lb/ft 3) (/F)

0.25 0.0175 0.015 0.08 0.002

Yellow fields are input Red fields are results

* These calculations are provided for educational use only - USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Assumptions 1. Roof slope = 0.75 inch/ft 2. Thickness of metal sidewalls and roof = 0.1875 inches 3. Thermal conductivity of metal sidewalls and roof = 26 BTU/Hr-ft-F 4. Insulation Type = cellular glass 5. External surface has white paint with emmissivity = 0.9 6. Dirt factor for dry sidewall = 0.001 ft 2.hr.F/BTU 7. Dirt factor for wet sidewall = 0.00125 ft 2.hr.F/BTU 8. Dirt factor for bottom = 0.002 ft 2.hr.F/BTU 9. Dirt factor for bottom = 0.002 ft 2.hr.F/BTU 10. Dirt factor for roof = 0.001 ft 2.hr.F/BTU 11. Atmospheric pressure = 14.7 psia 12. Ground Temperature = 5F above ambient temperature 13. Thermal Conductivity of ground = 0.8 BTU/Hr/ft/F 14. Specific heat of air = 0.25 BTU/lb/F 15. Viscosity of air = 0.0175 Centipoise

R.A. Hawrelak

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17 Tank Heat_loss_calculation

Tank Pressure & Vacuum Protection


Design Sheet Stored Material Flash Point Boiling Point Latent Heat Vap. Molecular Wt. Inflows, SCFH Normal Operation Relief Scenario Outflows, SCFH Breathing, Note 1 Out In Vent Valve set at Required selected Fail Open Crude Oil F o F Btu/lb
o

Tank 350 (Estim.) 360 (Estim.) 144 (Hexane) 274 MAWP Max Vacuum Diameter Max fill Height Max fill Volume Wetted Area Fire Therm. Conductivity Required Capacity From Upstream From Hose Relief, Hose +unload

12,861 20,578 40,104

Blow Through SCFH SCFH 6,295 10,491

4 in WC SCFH NA SCFH NA SCFH 0

Consider this when using emission vapor contro Normal max inflow + out breathing + Blowoff (no With vent system Pressure Drop of 9 in WC Consider this only if the tank vents to a vacuum

Blanket Gas Valve set at 2" WC Required SCFH Selected SCFH Valve Fail Open SCFH Pressure Relief Cases Inflow SCFH Fire SCFH Outflow SCFH

50,595 sum of outflows + in Breathing + fail open vent v 75,893 Fisher Model ___ Regulator with ___" trim. 0 This flowrate assumes the valve's Cv determines

102,766 Relief Inflow + Out Breathing + Blanket Gas Valv 877,654 Fire + Blanket Gas valve 50,595 sum of outflows + in Breathing + fail-open vent v

Conservation Vent 5 in WC, Rated at 20 in WC Pressure side set at Required SCFH 0 zero (if have Vent Valve and Emergency vent) o Selected Size SCFH 44,000 each from catalog; total number 1 2 2 oz/in Vacuum Side set at 0.5 oz/in Vacuum, rated at 2 1/2 Required SCFH 50,595 Outflow Case Selected Capacity SCFH 15,000 each from catalog; total number 1 Emergency Relief, Note 2 Set at 10 20 in WC in WC, Rated at Required SCFH 833,654 zero (if Con vent has capacity) or Worst case - C Selected Size SCFH 680,000 each from catalog; total number 1 Selected Equipment: Blanket Gas Regulator Tag PCV 400B Manufacturer Fisher Model 1190

PVSV 400 Conservation Vent Emergency Vent Notes: 1) For Tanks larger than 840,000 gal (20,000 Bbls), refer to API-2000 for breathing requireme