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Minimum Thickness Calculation for Welded Tanks

Date:
Client:
Site:
Tank No:

Tank

Formula

Tmin = 2.6 (H-1)DG/SE


1

Strake No

mm/metric
2.6
19300
22000
0.97
25200
1

ft/conv.
2.6
63.32
72.18
0.97
25200.00
1.00

mm/metric
2.6
16900
22000
0.97
24900
1

ft/conv.
2.6
55.45
72.18
0.97
24900.00
1.00

Tmin

0.450
11.43

Inches
mm

0.398
10.11

Inches
mm

Code
Accept.
Tmin

11.43

0.450174787

10.11

0.398034743

2.6
H
D
G
S
E

3
mm/metric
2.6
14500
22000
0.97
27400
1

4
ft/conv.
2.6
47.57
72.18
0.97
27400.00
1.00

mm/metric
2.6
12100
22000
0.97
27400
1

ft/conv.
2.6
39.70
72.18
0.97
27400.00
1.00

0.309
7.86

Inches
mm

0.257
6.53

Inches
mm

7.86

0.30940604

6.53

0.2570943805

Height "H" (Bottom of shell course under consideration to maximum liquid level)

Specific gravity "G"


Maximum allowable stress "S"
Joint efficiency "E"

Table 4.2

Table 4.1

mm/metric
2.6
9700
22000
0.97
27400
1

ft/conv.
2.6
31.82
72.18
0.97
27400.00
1.00

mm/metric
2.6
7300
22000
0.97
27400
1

ft/conv.
2.6
23.95
72.18
0.97
27400.00
1.00

mm/metric
2.6
4900
22000
0.97
27400
1

ft/conv.
2.6
16.08
72.18
0.97
27400.00
1.00

0.205
5.20

Inches
mm

0.152
3.87

Inches
mm

0.100
2.54

Inches
mm

5.20

0.2047827187

3.87

0.1524710569

2.54

0.1001593951

1
Years
Nominal
Actual
Minimum
CR
RL

16
6.35
5.7
5.35
0.0406
8.54

16
6.35
6
4.63
0.0219
62.81

16
6.35
6.1
3.54
0.0156
163.92

16
6.35
5.8
2.88
0.0344
84.99

16
6.35
5.8
2.54
0.0344
94.84

0.35

1.37

2.56

2.92

3.26

163.92

84.99

94.84

AMFC
Diameter
Height
Volume
RL

10.005
15.7
1234.3085
8.54

62.81

171.25

16
6.35
5.9
2.54
0.0281
119.47

16
6.35
6.1
2.54
0.0156
227.84

16
6.35
6.2
2.54
0.0094
390.40

3.36

3.56

3.66

119.47

227.84

390.40

Available material for corrosion

Diameter
Height
Volume

10
16.02
1258.21

Safe Fill Height


Date:
Client:
Site:
Tank No:
Formula

H = S x E x tmin / 2.6 D x G + 1
1

Strake No
2.6
tmin
D
G
S
E

mm/metric
2.6
7.21
10005
0.9
23600
0.7

ft/conv.
2.6
0.2839
32.82
0.90
23600.00
0.70

62.051

Feet

18.91

meters

Height "H" (Bottom of shell course under consideration to maximum liquid level)
Specific gravity "G"

Maximum allowable stress "S"


Joint efficiency "E"

Table 4.2

Table 4.1

Tank No:
Age:

Height of the tank:


Diameter of the tank:
Strake height:
Tank volume:
Product:
Product SG:
Material used:
Maximum allowable stress for strakes 1
& 2:
Maximum allowable stress for upper
strakes:
Joint efficiency:

Age of tank
Shell plate evaluation table
No. of strakes: 6
Strake height:
1. Nominal shell plate thickness (N.T.) in
millimetres

1
2.31
8

1. Nominal shell plate thickness (N.T.) in


millimetres

2. Minimum acceptable thickness (tmin)


calculated in millimetres; however tmin
shall not be less than 2.54mm for any
shell course

6.76

3. the least minimum thickness(t2) in


millimetres measured from manual
survey with UT wall thickness meter

6.50

4. Metal loss (amount corroded) in


millimetres

1.5

5. Corrosion rate; Millimeters per year

0.214

6. Available material for corrosion in


mm

-0.26

7. Estimated remaining life span, in


years

-1.2

8. Inspection interval, out of service

10

9. External visual inspection interval in


years

37 Years
ft/conv.

mm/metric

47.080

14350

26.247

8000

7.874

2400
720.94

Alkylate/Reformate
0.77
Unknown
23600
26000
0.7

2.31

2.31

5.68

4.21

7.03

6.08

0.97

1.92

0.139

0.274

1.35

1.87

9.7

6.8

10

10

Bottom plate evaluation table


1. Age of tank in years
2. Nominal floor plate thickness (N.T.) in millimetres
3. Least minimum thickness in millimetres measured
4. Metal loss (amount corroded) in millimetres
5. Corrosion rate: millimetres per year
6. Available material for corrosion in millimetres
7. Remaining life in years
8. Maximum internal inspection interval in years
9. Criteria for continued operation
9.1. Minimum acceptable bottom plate thickness in
the critical zone area: The smaller of 9.1.1) 50 % of the original bottom plate thickness in
millimetres =
9.1.2) 50 % of t min of the lower shell course in
millimetres =
9.1.3.) But not less than 0.1/2.54mm
9.2. Minimum acceptable bottom plate thickness for
all other bottom plates in
millimetres

7
Strake number
4

2.31

2.31

3.27

2.54

4.05

5.0

1.95

0.279

0.143

0.78

2.46

2.8

17.2

10

10

37
6.35
4.6
1.75
0.0472972973
0.6
97.3
10

4
3.44

2.54

6
2.31
6

2.54

4.53

1.47
0.210

1.99

9.5

10

7
1.87
6

2.54

4.47

1.53
0.219

1.93

8.8

10

Minimum Thickness Calculation for Welded Tanks


Date:
Client:
Site:
Tank No:
Formula

2.6
H
D
G
S
E

Tmin = 2.6 HDG/SE


Area 1 - Strake No.1
mm/metric ft/conv.
2.6
2.6
15780
51.77
10600
34.78
1.22
1.22
24900
24900.00
0.85
0.85

Tmin

0.270
6.85

Code
Accept.
Tmin

6.85

mm/metric

ft/conv.

Inches
mm

Height "H" (Bottom of shell course under consideration to maximum liquid level)
Specific gravity "G"
Maximum allowable stress "S"
Joint efficiency "E"

Table 4.2

Table 4.1

Critical Length Calculation for Corroded Areas


Date:
Client:
Site:
Tank No:
Formula

L = 3.7 (D*t)

Diameter
Least thickness t
L=
L=

13570.00
0.00
0.00

mm
mm
mm
Inches

Metal Loss Calculation (Amount corroded)


Formula

Nominal Thickness - Least min thickness t

Strake
Nominal Thk mm
Least thickness t mm
Metal loss mm

1
8

2
8

3
6

4
6

5
6

6
6

7
6

8
6

8.00

8.00

6.00

6.00

6.00

6.00

6.00

6.00

0.00

2
54
8.00
0.148

3
54
6.00
0.111

4
54
6.00
0.111

5
54
6.00
0.111

6
54
6.00
0.111

7
54
6.00
0.111

8
54
6.00
0.111

9
54
0.00
0.000

Corrosion rate loss per year


1
54
8.00
0.148

Strake
Age of tank
Metal loss mm
Corrosion Rate mm

Available Material for Corrosion


Date:

30 December 1899

Client:

Site:

Tank No:

Tank

Formula

Entire Shell
1
6.5

2
0

3
0

4
0

5
0

6
0

7
0

8
0

9
0

Strake
Least thickness t mm
T min

6.75

10.11

7.86

6.53

5.20

3.87

Err:509

Err:509

Err:509

Available material mm

-0.25

-10.11

-7.86

-6.53

-5.20

-3.87

Err:509

Err:509

Err:509

2
-10.11
0.148
-68

3
-7.86
0.111
-71

4
-6.53
0.111
-59

5
-5.20
0.111
-47

6
-3.87
0.111
-35

7
Err:509
0.111
Err:509

8
Err:509
0.111
Err:509

9
Err:509
0.000
Err:509

Remaining life in years


Entire Shell
1
-0.25
0.148
-2

Strake
Available material mm
Corrosion Rate mm
Remaining life in years

Ultrasonic Thickness Inspection Interval in Years


Entire Shell
1
-0.250
0.296
-1

Strake
Available material mm
Twice corrosion rate
UT inspection int. years

2
-10.110
0.296
-34

3
-7.859
0.222
-35

4
-6.530
0.222
-29

5
-5.201
0.222
-23

6
-3.873
0.222
-17

7
Err:509
0.222
Err:509

8
Err:509
0.222
Err:509

9
Err:509
0.000
Err:509

3
6.000
0.444
14

4
6.000
0.444
14

5
6.000
0.444
14

6
6.000
0.444
14

7
Err:509
0.444
Err:509

8
Err:509
0.444
Err:509

9
Err:509
0.000
Err:509

External Visual Inspection in Years


Date:

30 December 1899

Client:

Site:

Tank No:

Tank

Formula

Entire Shell
Strake
Available material mm
Four X corrosion rate
VT inspection int. years

1
7.320
0.593
12

2
6.000
0.593
10

Average thickness Calculation from manual survey with UT wall thickness


Date:

30 December 1899

Client:

Site:

Tank No:

Tank

Formula

No of Readings/Readings

Strake 1: Localised pitting corrosion - Area 1


No of readings
5
Readings in mm
3.81
3.56
3.05
Average in mm
3.75
mm

5.35

Strake 1
No of readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

5
5.8
5.98

5.9
mm

6.1

6.1

Strake 2
No of readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

5
5.9
5.86

5.7
mm

5.7

Average thickness Calculation from manual survey with UT wall thickness


Date:

Client:

Site:

Tank No:

Tank

Formula

No of Readings/Readings

Strake 3
No readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

5
5.7
5.98

6
mm

5.7

6.3

6.2

Strake 4
No of readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

5
6.2
6.14

6.2
mm

5.9

6.2

6.2

Strake 5
No of readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

5
6.2
6.10

6.1
mm

6.2

6.2

5.8

Average thickness Calculation from manual survey with UT wall thickness


Date:

Client:

Site:

Tank No:

Tank

Formula

No of Readings/Readings

Strake 6
No of readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

Strake 7
No of readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

Strake 8
No of readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

120000
6.5
0.00

mm

5
0.00

mm

5
0.00

mm

Average thickness Calculation from manual survey with UT wall thickness


Date:

Client:

Site:

Tank No:

Tank

Formula

No of Readings/Readings

Strake 9
No of readings
Readings in mm
Average in mm

5
0.00

mm

Criteria to continue Operations


Date:

30 December 1899

Client:

Site:

Tank No:

Tank

Formula

ave

ave

must be t

Strake
must be t min

T 2 must be 60 % of t min

ave

Strake
must be t min

T 2 must be 60 % of t min

min

YES

NO

Yes
Yes

100
100.00

-5.45
-6.86

-4.25
-6.07

-1.88
-4.72

-0.39
-3.92

0.90
-3.12

9
Err:509
Err:509

-3.87
-2.32

Err:509
Err:509

Err:509
Err:509

Age of tank

Strake number (Tank 000)

Shell plate evaluation table

2.4

2.4

2.4

2.4

2.4

2.4

2.1

2. Minimum acceptable thickness (tmin)


calculated in millimetres; however tmin shall
not be less than 2.54mm for any shell course

7.03

5.99

4.5

3.55

2.6

2.54

2.54

3. the least minimum thickness(t2) in


millimetres measured from manual survey with
UT wall thickness meter

7.65

8.00

7.91

5.60

6.0

5.75

5.80

4. Metal loss (amount corroded) in millimetres

0.35

0.001

0.09

0.4

0.001

0.25

0.2

5. Corrosion rate; Millimeters per year

0.050

0.000

0.013

0.057

0.000

0.036

0.029

6. Available material for corrosion in mm

0.62

2.009

3.41

2.05

3.40

3.21

3.26

7. Estimated remaining life span, in years

12.4

14063.0

265.2

35.9

23793.0

89.9

114.1

8. Inspection interval, out of service

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

9. External visual inspection interval in years

No. of strakes: 7
Strake height:
1. Nominal shell plate thickness (N.T.) in
millimetres

safe fill height


Date:
Client:

25600.61113438

Site:
Tank No:
Formula

Ht=St x e x t min/4.9 D x G + 0.3


1

Strake No
4.9
Tmin
D
G
S
E
Ht
Ht

mm/metric
4.9
10.38
22
1
176.51
1

ft/conv.
4.9
0.4087
0.07
1.00
176.51
1.00

17.296
17.30
17.30

Feet
meter
17.30

2.6
Tmin
D
G
S
E
Ht

Height "H" (Bottom of shell course under consideration to maximum liquid level)
Specific gravity "G"

Strake No
mm/metric
4.9
11.43
22
0.97
176.51
1

ft/conv.
2.6
0.4500
0.07
0.97
176.51
1.00

19.015
19.02
19.02

Feet
meter
19.02

Maximum allowable stress "S"


Joint efficiency "E"

Table 4.2

Table 4.1

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