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Trunnion Local Stress Calculation - Template

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Calculation objective
The purpose of this calculation is to check the strength of trunnion pipe supports with regard to local stresses in the trunnion
weld, the parent pipe and the trunnion pipe.
General Notes to User

1 The cells with RED text on the calc sheets are required input. These can be entered manually or the existing
"LOOKUP" functions can be used providing the reference data is verified. Cells with black text are calculated
andnot
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not be
2 values
Take care
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anymodified
links that retrieve data from following sheets.
3 The main calc sheets uses data pulled from the following sheets that is specific to project piping specifications.
These sheets should be modified for a specific project or deleted and then the data on the main calc sheets entered
4 manually.
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5 Please send any errors and suggested enhancements to bob.hodgson@worleyparsons.com
Calculation method
The following three criteria are to be used to check the strength of trunnion pipe supports:
1. The Kellogg method (Kellogg's Subject 3810) for local stress induced in pipe walls and combined local stresses are compared with
factored (1.5 for DSS/SDSS or maximum 2 times for other) hot allowable stress of the parent pipe which shall not exceed the following limits:
30ksi (207 Mpa) for CS / LTCS , SS .

Maximum Total Allowable Stress =

45ksi (310MPa) for DSS/SDSS.


2. Weld strength (Allowable Stress for Blast Case taken as 1.5 x ASME B31.3 Hot Allowable Stress).
3. Bending strength of trunnion (Allowable Stress for Blast Case taken as 1.5 x ASME B31.3 Hot Allowable Stress).
Assumptions
The following conditions / assumptions have been used in the calculations:
1. Maximum allowable design pressure at ambient as per material class specification used in calculation as conservative approach.
2. Hot allowable stress at design temperature.
3. Corroded pipe wall thickness.
4. Mill tolerance NOT removed from wall thickness.
5. Area method used to calculate section modulii of welds.
6. Maximum reinforcing pad thickness = 9.53mm.
7. Fillet welds to the parent pipe shall be 0.7 times the trunnion wall thickness up to 8.5mm rounded up to the nearest mm.
For all thickness more than 8.5mm, fillet weld size shall be 6mm UNO.
8. Supports are designed for bending and compressive/tensile stresses only. Other stresses are not considered (eg shear and torsion).
References
1. XXXXXXXXXX Topsides Pipe Stress Analysis Philosophy
2. XXXXXXXXX Piping Material Specification
3. ASME B31.3 - 2008 Process Piping.
4. Kellogg's Design of Piping Systems

List of attachments:
Part A - Trunnions on Line Pipe Calculations Sheets for Support Drawing XXXXXXXXXXX
1. Tabulated Piping Class Schedules.
2. Tabulated Piping Class Materials for Pipe
3. Tabulated Piping Wall Thicknesses
4. Tabulated Basic Allowable Stress Values

Dependent Calculations
None.
Conclusions
1. Pipe local stresses are within code allowable limits.

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PART A - TRUNNIONS ON LINE PIPE (Drg. No's. XXXXXXXX )

TR-01 to TR-06

LOCAL STRESS CALCULATION - PIPE WALL, WELD & ATTACHMENT STRENGTH


STRESS CALCULATION NO.

LINE NO.

STRESS MODEL NO.

NODE NO.

INPUT DATA
PARENT PIPE

Pipe Material Spec


DN
2R
T
CA
tc

TRUNNION

13470N

Nominal Pipe Diameter

80 DN

Pipe Schedule

40S

Outside diameter

88.9 mm

Nominal Wall thickness

5.49 mm

Corrosion allowance

0.0 mm

Minimum corroded wall thickness

DN

Nominal Pipe Diameter

2r

Outside diameter

5.49 mm
50 DN
60.3 mm

Nominal Wall thickness

Length (Refer to Note 1 and Trunnion Views on Sheet 2)

Sch

40S

Weld leg length (0.7 times trunnion wall thickness up to max. of 6mm)

150 mm
3 mm

Re-Pad? (Yes or No)


RE-PAD

tp
tn
te

APPLIED FORCES

HOT ALLOWABLE
STRESS OF PARENT
PIPE AND TRUNNION
PIPE

3.91 mm

Nominal Pad Thickness


Nominal Thickness = Nominal Wall Thickness (T) plus Nominal Pad Thickness (tp)
Effective thickness = Nominal Thickness (t n) minus Corrosion Allowance (CA)

Y
5.49
10.98 mm
10.98 mm

FAXIAL

Radial load

1,000 N

FLONG

Longitudinal load

1,000 N

FCIRC

Circumferential( Guide) load

1,000 N

ML

Longitudinal moment:

FLONG x L

150,000 Nmm

MC

Circumferential moment:

FCIRC x L

150,000 Nmm

Design Pressure

2.00 MPa

Tt

Design Temperature

120 oC =

Parent Pipe Material Index Number


Parent Pipe Material
SHP

A790 S31803

Hot Allow. Stress of Parent Pipe (using reference data from B31.3)

203.2 MPa

Trunnion Pipe Material Index Number

Trunnion Pipe Material


SHT

248 oF

A790 S31803

Hot Allow. Stress of Trunnion Pipe (using reference data from B31.3)

203.2 MPa

CALCULATED DATA - WELD CHECK


APPLIED LOADS
WELD DIMENSIONS

WELD & ALLOW.


STRESSES

MR

Resultant Moment

(ML2 + MC2 )0.5 =

212,132 N.mm

Weld Outer Minor Diameter

d + 2^0.5 * h =

Weld Inner Minor Diameter

2R.sin(C/2R) =

91.0 mm
86.7 mm

Moment of Inertia

(D4 - d4) =

584831 mm4

SB

Weld stess

MR.D/2I =

17 MPa

SA

Allowable stress - Operating Case

Weld Stress 1.0 x SHT =

203 MPa

SA

Allowable stress - Blast Case

Weld Stress 1.5 x SHT =

305 MPa

PLONG

Longitudinal pressure stress

PCIRC

Circumferential (hoop) pressure stress

PRESSURE STRESS
pLONG = PR/2tc =

8 MPa

pCIRC = PR/tc =

16 MPa

CALCULATED DATA - LOCAL STRESSES IN PIPE


LOCAL, COMBINED &
ALLOWABLE
STRESSES

bLONG

Longitudinal bending stress

bCIRC

Circumferential bending stress

bAXIAL

Axial bending stress


Combined Longitudinal Stress

SA

bLONG = 1.17 x ML xR0.5 / (.r2.te1.5) =

11 MPa

bCIRC = 1.5 x 1.17 x MC x R0.5 / (.r2.te1.5) =

17 MPa

bAXIAL = 1.5 x 1.17 x FAXIAL x R0.5 / (2..r.te1.5) =

2 MPa

bLONG + bAXIAL + pLONG=

21 MPa

bCIRC + bAXIAL + pCIRC =


Combined Circumferential Stress
Combined allowable 2 x SHP (CS, LTCS + SS - max 30ksi) =
Allowable local
stress
Combined allowable 1.5 x SHP (DSS + SDSS - max 45ksi) .

35 MPa
305 MPa

CALCULATED DATA - TRUNNION STRENGTH


TRUNNION

BENDING & ALLOW.


STRESSES

Trunnion Outer Diameter

2.r =

Trunnion Inner Diameter

2.(r - t) =

52.5 mm

Moment of Inertia

(D4 - d4) =

276647 mm4

SB

Bending stess

MR.r/I =

23 MPa

SA

Allowable stress - Operating Case

Bending Stress 1.0 x SHT =

203 MPa

SA

Allowable stress - Blast Case

Bending Stress 1.5 x SHT =

305 MPa

OVERALL CALCULATION RESULT (with loads specified above)

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60.3 mm

Operating Case

OK

Blast Case

OK

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BASE TRUNNION ON HORIZONTAL LINE

HORIZONTAL TRUNNION ON VERTICAL LINE

BASE TRUNNION ON ELBOW

HORIZONTAL TRUNNION ON ELBOW

TRUNNION SIZE
DRG. NO. BA1200DX1066.0001 to 1075.0001
Parent
Trunnion
Trunnion Schedule
Pipe
Pipe

DESIGN CONDITIONS
Repad Width

DN

DN

CS/LTCS

SS/DSS

Dimension C

Pipe Class

Rev

Pamb (MPa)

Tamb (oC)

Pmax (MPa)

Tmax (oC)

80

50

80

40S

120

11428N

1.960

38

1.580

150

100

80

80

40S

180

11478N

1.960

38

1.580

150

150

100

80

40S

230

11480N

1.960

38

1.580

150

200

150

80

40S

335

13459N

1.590

38

1.390

85

250

150

80

40S

335

13466N

2.000

38

1.920

60

300

200

80

40S

440

13467N

2.000

38

1.690

120

350

250

XS

40S

545

13470N

2.000

38

1.690

120

400

250

XS

40S

545

33467N

5.170

38

4.590

150

450

300

XS

40S

625

61478N

10.210

38

9.200

120

500

350

60

40

660

63467N

10.340

38

9.190

150

600

400

60

40

710

91480N

15.320

38

13.790

120

650

450

40

40

760

93459N

12.410

38

11.690

60

700

500

40

40

810

93467N

15.510

38

13.190

180

750

500

40

40

810

800

600

40

40

910

900

600

40

40

910

RE-INFORCING PAD
Y
N

Notes:
1. Trunnion Length 'L' is the greatest distance from the load application location (support point) to the run pipe outside diameter.

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ATTACHMENT 01 - Tabulated Piping Class Schedules

Spec
11428N
11478N
11480N
13459N
13466N
13467N
13470N
33467N
61478N
63467N
91480N
93459N
93467N

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100
80

20
80
40
120
100
80

650

700

750

800

900

22mm
STD

19mm

STD
STD

STD

22mm

33mm

27mm

35mm

38mm

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ATTACHMENT 02 - Tabulated Piping Class Materials - Pipe Material


Spec
11428N
11478N
11480N
13459N
13466N
13467N
13470N
33467N
61478N
63467N
91480N
93459N
93467N

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Material
A106 Gr. B
API 5L Gr B
A333 Gr. 6
A671 CC65
A312 TP316L
A358 GR 316L CL 1
A790 S32750
A928 S32750
A790 S31803
A928 S31803

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ATTACHMENT 03 -

Tabulated Piping Wall Thicknesses


(Dimensions of Seamless and Welded Steel Pipes as per ANSI B36.10M-2004 & ANSI B36.19M-1985)

Carbon, Alloy and Stainless Steel


PIPE SCHEDULE

PIPE SIZE
Nom.pipe
size

Nom.pipe
size

OD

5S

10S

10

20

30

40S

STD

40

60

XS

80S

80

100

120

140

160

XXS

19mm

22mm

27mm

33mm

35mm

38mm

mm
15
20

inch
1/2"
3/4"

mm
21.30
26.70

mm
1.65
1.65

mm
2.11
2.11

mm
NA
NA

mm
NA
NA

mm
NA
NA

mm
2.77
2.87

mm
2.77
2.87

mm
2.77
2.87

mm
NA
NA

mm
3.73
3.91

mm
3.73
3.91

mm
3.73
3.91

mm
NA
NA

mm
NA
NA

mm
NA
NA

mm
4.78
5.56

mm
7.47
7.82

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

25
32
40

1"
1 1/4"
1 1/2"

33.40
42.20
48.30

1.65
1.65
1.65

2.77
2.77
2.77

NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA

3.38
3.56
3.68

3.38
3.56
3.68

3.38
3.56
3.68

NA
NA
NA

4.55
4.85
5.08

4.55
4.85
5.08

4.55
4.85
5.08

NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA

6.35
6.35
7.14

9.09
9.70
10.15

50
65

2"
2 1/2"

60.30
73.00

1.65
2.11

2.77
3.05

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

3.91
5.16

3.91
5.16

3.91
5.16

NA
NA

5.54
7.01

5.54
7.01

5.54
7.01

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

8.74
9.53

11.07
14.02

80
90
100

3"
3 1/2"
4"

88.90
101.60
114.30

2.11
2.11
2.11

3.05
3.05
3.05

NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA

5.49
5.74
6.02

5.49
5.74
6.02

5.49
5.74
6.02

NA
NA
NA

7.62
8.08
8.56

7.62
8.08
8.56

7.62
8.08
8.56

NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
11.13

NA
NA
NA

11.13
NA
13.49

15.24
NA
17.12

125
150
200

5"
6"
8"

141.30
168.30
219.10

2.77
2.77
2.77

3.40
3.40
3.76

NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
6.35

NA
NA
7.04

6.55
7.11
8.18

6.55
7.11
8.18

6.55
7.11
8.18

NA
NA
10.31

9.53
10.97
12.70

9.53
10.97
12.70

9.53
10.97
12.70

NA
NA
15.09

12.70
14.27
18.26

NA
NA
20.62

15.88
18.26
23.01

19.05
21.95
22.23

250
300

10"
12"

273.10
323.90

3.40
3.96

4.19
4.57

NA
NA

6.35
6.35

7.80
8.38

9.27
9.53

9.27
9.53

9.27
10.31

12.70
14.27

12.70
12.70

12.70
12.70

15.09
17.48

18.26
21.44

21.44
25.40

25.40
28.58

28.58
33.32

25.40
25.40

350
400
450

14"
16"
18"

355.60
406.40
457.00

3.96
4.19
4.19

4.78
4.78
4.78

6.35
6.35
6.35

7.92
7.92
7.92

9.53
9.53
11.13

9.53
9.53
9.53

9.53
9.53
9.53

11.13
12.70
14.27

15.09
16.66
19.05

12.70
12.70
12.70

12.70
12.70
12.70

19.05
21.44
23.83

23.83
26.19
29.36

27.79
30.96
34.93

31.75
36.53
39.67

35.71
40.49
45.24

NA
NA
NA

500
550

20"
22"

508.00
559.00

4.78
4.78

5.54
5.54

6.35
6.35

9.53
9.53

12.70
12.70

9.53
NA

9.53
9.53

15.09
NA

20.62
22.23

12.70
12.70

12.70
NA

26.19
28.58

32.54
34.93

38.10
41.28

44.45
47.63

50.01
53.98

NA
NA

600
650
700

24"
26"
28"

610.00
660.00
711.00

5.54
NA
NA

6.35
NA
NA

6.35
7.92
7.92

9.53
12.70
12.70

14.27
NA
15.88

9.53
NA
NA

9.53
9.53
9.53

17.48
NA
NA

24.61
NA
NA

12.70
12.70
12.70

12.70
NA
NA

30.96
NA
NA

38.89
NA
NA

46.02
NA
NA

52.37
NA
NA

59.54
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA

750
800
850
900

30"
32"
34"
36"

762.00
813.00
864.00
914.00

6.35
NA
NA
NA

7.92
NA
NA
NA

7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92

12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70

15.88
15.88
15.88
15.88

NA
NA
NA
NA

9.53
9.53
9.53
9.53

NA
17.48
17.48
19.05

NA
NA
NA
NA

12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

19.05

22.22

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34.92

19.05

26.97

38.1

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ATTACHMENT 04 - Tabulated ASME B31.3 Table A-1 Basic Allowable Stress Values
-20 to
A106 Gr. B
API 5L Gr B
A333 Gr. 6
A671 CC65
A312 TP316L
A790 S32750
A928 S32750
A790 S31803
A928 S31803
A358 GR 316L CL 1

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100
20.0
20.0
20.0
21.7
16.7
38.7
38.7
30.0
30.0
16.7

200
20.0
20.0
20.0
21.3
16.7
35.0
35.0
30.0
30.0
16.7

300
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.7
16.7
33.1
33.1
28.9
28.9
16.7

400
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
15.5
31.9
31.9
27.9
27.9
15.5

500
18.9
18.9
18.9
18.9
14.4
31.4
31.4
27.2
27.2
14.4

600
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.3
13.5
31.2
31.2
26.9
26.9
13.5

650
17.0
17.0
17.0
17.0
13.2

700
16.5
16.5
16.5
16.8
12.9

750
13.0
13.0
13.0
13.9
12.6

13.2

12.9

12.6

800
10.8
10.8
10.8
11.4
12.4

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ksi
ksi
ksi
ksi
ksi
ksi
ksi
ksi
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