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DESIGN CALCULATIONS OF PRESSURE VESSEL

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According to ASME Code, Section VIII, Division 1, Edition 2001, Addenda 2002

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Designed by : Eng. Abdel Halim Galala, Design General Manager (assist.)

Rev.

Project

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004 Job No. : 7434-33 Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

D. Contents.

Description

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A. Title.

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B. Copyright.

 

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C. Revision Description.

 

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D. Contents.

 

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E. Applicable Loading Considered in Design.

 

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F. Impact Test Requirements.

 

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G. Standarad ASME B16.5 Flange Rating Class.

 

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H. Cylindrical Shell Thickness.

 

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I. Check of Cylindrical Shell Thickness for External Pressure, FV.

 

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J. Ellipsoidal Head Thickness Under Internal Pressure.

 

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K. Maximum Working Pressure, MWP (New/cold & Operating/corroded).

 

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L. Check of Ellipsoidal Head Thickness for External Pressure (Convex Side), FV.

 

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M.

Nozzle Neck thicknesses & Nozzle Openings Compensation :

Thk., MM

M1

N11

1-1/2"

300#

WNRF

Sch. XXS

10.16

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M2

N8

24"

300#

WNRF

Sch. 30

14.27

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M3

Leg

20"

Sch. 30

12.7

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M4

N1

8"

300#

WNRF

Sch. 60

12.7

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Integral Type Flange (Blind) N1 8" 300# Thickness Calculation

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M5

N1

6"

300#

WNRF

Sch. 80

10.97

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M6

N2

6"

300#

WNRF

Sch. 80

10.97

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M7

N9

4"

300#

WNRF

Sch. 120

11.13

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M8

N18

3"

300#

WNRF

Sch. 160

8.74

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M9

N3,N4&N7

2"

300#

WNRF

Sch. XXS

10.16

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M10

N6&N17

1-1/2"

300#

WNRF

Sch. XXS

9.09

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M11

N16

1"

300#

WNRF

Sch. XXS

10.16

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M12

N5A,N5B&N12 1-1/2"

300#

WNRF

Sch. XXS

10.16

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M13

N10A& N10B

1/2"

300#

WNRF

Sch. XXS

7.47

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N. Design of Saddle Supports.

 

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O. Lowest MDMT Without Impact Test.

 

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P. Radiography.

 

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Q. Hydrostatic Test Pressure.

 

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R. Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT).

 

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S. Vessel Weight Calculation.

 

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T. Sresses in Vessel on Two Saddle Supports.

 

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U. Check of the Anchor Bolts Due to Seismic and Wind Loading.

 

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V. Lifting Lugs Thickness Calculations.

 

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W. Mesh Pad (Demister) Calculations.

 

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X. References.

 

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DESIGN CALCULATIONS OF PRESSURE VESSEL

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Project

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004 Job No. : 7434-33 Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

E. Applicable Loading Considered in Design.

[UG-22 & UG-98]

I. By considering UG-22 :

   

1. The loadings to be considered in design of vessel shall include the following :

a. Internal design pressure (see item II below).

b. Weight of the vessel and contents under test conditions.

c. Attachment of vessel supports such as lifting lugs and saddles.

2. No expected effect for superimposed static reactions such as piping. There is no attached equipment such as motors, machinery, other vessels,

lining and insulation.

3. The effect of the following loadings is considered negligible and/or not applicable :

a. Cyclic and dynamic reactions due to pressure for thermal variations.

b. Wind, snow, and seismic reactions.

c. Impact reactions due to fluid chock.

d. Temperature gradients and differential thermal expansion.

II. By considering UG-21 & UG-98 :

The max. allowable working pressure for a vessel part is the max.internal pressure at the highest point of vessel. Since the vessel is intended to be erected horizontaly, the static head equals almost the ID and the hight of leg :

Max. Operating Pressure Internal design pressure, P (MAWP) (at highest point of vessel) External design pressure, Pex

227.3

PSIG

16

Kg/cm 2 G

257

PSIG

18

Kg/cm 2 G

0

PSIG

0

Kg/cm 2 G

Vessel ID Max. leg height = 12 + 12 + 503 + 2 + 165 Max. height of drain N4 = 12 + 12 + 502 + 2 + 165 + 200

61.2598

INCH

1556

MM

27.3228

INCH

694

MM

35.1969

INCH

894

MM

Water sp. gr. Fluid sp. gr.at 15 o C

1

 

0.5

Max. hydrostatic head at internal bottom of vessel Max. hydrostatic head at bottom of leg Max. hydrostatic head at drain N4

2.21023

PSIG

0.1556

Kg/cm 2 G

3.19602

PSIG

0.225

Kg/cm 2 G

3.48011

PSIG

0.245

Kg/cm 2 G

Max. pressure for calculation at internal bottom of vessel

257.892

PSIG

18.1556

Kg/cm 2 G

258.878

PSIG

18.225

Kg/cm 2 G

Max. pressure for calculation at bottom of leg Max. pressure for calculation at outlet drain N4

259.162

PSIG

18.245

Kg/cm 2 G

DESIGN CALCULATIONS OF PRESSURE VESSEL

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According to ASME Code, Section VIII, Division 1, Edition 2001, Addenda 2002

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: 1 of 4 : 1

Designed by : Eng. Abdel Halim Galala, Design General Manager (assist.)

Rev.

Project

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004 Job No. : 7434-33 Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

F. Impact Test Requirements. Impact test is not mandatory for the following pressure vessels materials :

[UG-22 & UG-98]

 
   

I. Pressure Parts.

 

a. Main Vessel Components :

 

P-No.

Group No.

 

Curve

 

a.

Shell :

ASME SA516 Grade 70 ASME SA516 Grade 70

 

1

2

 

D

b Heads :

1 2

D

c. Flanges :

ASME SA 105

1 2

B

d. Nozzle Necks :

ASME SA 106 Grade B

1 1

B

e. Fittings, Tees :

ASME SA 234 Grade WPB

1 1

B

b. Stud Bolts & Nuts :

   
 

f. Stud Boltshell

ASME SA 193 Grade B7

UNS No. G41400

[Size < 2-1/2"]

g.

Nuts

ASME SA 194 Grade 2H

II. Non-Pressure Parts.

 

a. Saddle plate :

ASME SA516 Grade 70

 

1 2

 

D

b. Lifting lugs & Pads :

ASME SA516 Grade 70

1 2

D

Thickness of vessel components :

   

- Shell & Heads - Max. Nozzle Necks Thk.

ASME SA516 Grade 70 ASME SA 106 Grade B

0.9

INCH

22

MM

0.56181

INCH

14.27

MM

Where the MDMT is

 

10

o F

-12

o C

in accordance with UG-20(f), UCS-66 and FIG. UCS-66, no impact test is required.

   

Please refer pages from

 

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Impct Test is not required as per Code, but is required as a client request.

   

G. Standard ASME Flange Rating Class.

 
 

1. Standard ASME B16.5 welded neck flanges shall be used.

2. For standard flange, Carbon Steel material in accordance

with ASME SA105, P-No. 1, Group No. 2, and for MAWP

255.682 PSIG

18

Kg/CM 2 G

 

and Design temp.

149

o F

65

o C

 

The rating of flanges shall be 150# class, which satisfys the requirements of

   

Table 2 of ASME B16.5-1996.

 

3.

As a client request, the rating shall be

 

300#

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According to ASME Code, Section VIII, Division 1, Edition 2001, Addenda 2002

 

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: 1 of 4 : 1

Designed by : Eng. Abdel Halim Galala, Design General Manager (assist.)

Rev.

Project

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

 

Date

: 18.2.2004

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

 

Job No. : 7434-33

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Client :

APRC

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M 3

Type : Horizontal

H. Cylindrical Shell Thickness Under Internal Pressure

[UG-27(c)]

Shell material, Killed Carbon Steel,

ASME SA516 Grade 70 Normalized & Notch Toughness Tested

 

[Table 1A, Suppart 1, ASME Sec. II, Part D]

Shell material Specifications P-No. Group No.

 

1

2

External Pressure Chart No.

CS-2

Vessel Inside Diameter, D Shell Inside Diameter, D Shell Inside Radius, Ri Shell length from Tangent-to-Tangent (T/T), L

 

61.2598

INCH

1556

MM

61.2598

INCH

1556

MM

30.6299

INCH

778

MM

189.764

INCH

4820

MM

Max. Design Temperature Min. Design Metal Temperature, MDMT Max. Operating Temperature

149

o F

65

o C

10

o F

-12

o C

122

o F

50

o C

Max. Operating Pressure Max. Internal Design Pressure, P (MAWP) External Design Pressure (Full Vacuum)

227.273

PSIG

16

Kg/CM 2 G

255.682

PSIG

18

Kg/CM 2 G

Not Applicable

0

PSIG

0

Kg/CM 2 G

Shell Inside Diameter, D Shell Inside Radius, R Static Head = Vessel Diameter Static Head Pressure (water head x sp. gr. 1.0) Internal Design Pressure at bottom of vessel,

61.26

INCH

1556

MM

30.63

INCH

778

MM

 

1.556

M

2.216

PSIG

0.156

Kg/CM 2 G

257.898

PSIG

18.156

Kg/CM 2 G

Max. Allowable Stress @ Design Temp.(65 o C), S Max. Allowable Stress @ Test Temp.(40 o C), St

20000

PSIG

1408

Kg/CM 2 G

20000

PSIG

1408

Kg/CM 2 G

[Table 1A, SubPart 1, ASME Sec. II, Part D]

   

Hydrostatic Test Pressure, P h = 1.3 x MAWP x (St/S)

[UG-99(b)]

332.386

PSIG

23.4

Kg/CM 2 G

Hydrostatic Test Pressure, P h = 1.5 x MAWP x (St/S)

[Client request]

383.523

PSIG

27

Kg/CM 2 G

Corrosion Allowance, C Joint Efficiency, E

[UG-25]

0.236

INCH

6

MM

[TABLE UW-12]

0.85

 

[Spot Radiography],

[Table UCS-57]

15%

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Rev.

Project

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

H. Cylinderical Shell Thickness Under Internal Pressure (cont.)

Value of 0.385 SE Since P does not exceed 0.385 SE, Use Thin Wall Equation:

[UG-27(c)(1)]

[1] Min. Wall Thickness for Longitudinal Joints,

t 1

= PR / (SE - 0.6P)

[UG-27(c)(1)]

Value of 1.25 SE Since P does not exceed 1.25 SE, Use Thin Wall Equation:

[UG-27(c)(1)]

[2] Min. Wall Thickness for Circumferential Joints,

t 2

= PR / (2SE + 0.4P)

[UG-27(c)(2)]

The min. wall thickness shall be the greater of t1 or t2 By Adding Corrosion Allowance to Wall Tickness, t Use Thickness of Construction, t (Adopted thickness) Corroded Thickness = Adopted thk. - Corrosion allowance

In case of using shell fab. from pipe '20" Pipe nominal thickness, t (Sch.40)

20" Pipe nominal thickness under tolerance tn = t - 0.125 t

20" Pipe Corroded Thickness = tn - Corrosion allow ance

Using 20" pipe sch. 40 is

By using APPENDIX 1-1 (In terms of the Outside Diameter) :

tm = P Ro / (SE + 0.4 P)

Thickness adjusted for w all thickness tolerance :

t = tm / (100%-12.5%)

By Adding Corrosion Allow ance to Wall Tickness, t

Using 20" pipe w ith commercial w all thickness, sch. 40 is

Ladders and Platforms Vessel saddle supports Hot/cold Insulation Post Weld Heat Treatment, PWHT Impact Test Note. Impact test is required as a client request.

[UG-27(c)]

6545

PSIG

460.768

Kg/CM 2 G

0.469

INCH

11.913

MM

21250

PSIG

1496

Kg/CM 2 G

0.232

INCH

5.893

MM

0.469

INCH

11.913

MM

0.705

INCH

17.907

MM

0.866

INCH

22

MM

0.63

INCH

16

MM

0.472440945

INCH

12

MM

0.472440945

INCH

12

MM

0.236440945

INCH

6

MM

OK

 

0.458

INCH

11.633

MM

0.523

INCH

13.284

MM

0.759

INCH

19.284

MM

OK

 

N.A. Yes N.A.

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Rev.

Project

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

H. Check of Shell Thickness Under Internal Pressure

[ For horizontal pressure vessels, with supplemental loading ] (vessel weight & hydrostatic liquid content)

 

[APPENDIX L-2.2.2]

   

Vessel OD Vessel Wall Thickness in the Corroded Condition, t

61.2598

INCH

1600

MM

0.63

INCH

16

MM

Vessel I.D. in the Corroded Condition, 2R = OD - 2 t Shell length from Tangent-to-Tangent (T/T), L

59.9998

INCH

1568

MM

189.764

INCH

4820

MM

Shell Length from W.L.- to - W.L,

L'

186.614

INCH

4740

MM

Joint Efficiency (Longitudinal Seams), E Joint Efficiency (Circumferential Seams), E

 

0.85

 

0.85

Weight of Vessel, W Weight of Contents, Wc Total Weight of Vessel and Contents, Wt Assume a Total no. of Saddles Reaction at each Saddle, Q

16377.3

lb

7428

Kg

22383.2

lb

10152

Kg

38760.5

lb

17580

Kg

 

2

19380.3

lb

8790

Kg

Head (Cap) Depth - to - T.L,

 

[Table 8, ASME B16.9-1993]

15.315

INCH

389

MM

Saddle - to - T.L., A Material to Chart for Compressive Stress,

22.047

INCH

560

MM

 

[ FIG.CS-2 CHART, SUBPART 3 , ASME SEC.II , PART D ]

   

Shell, Ro

 

31.4961

INCH

800

MM

N.B.

See vessel drawing layout,

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* Here three cases must be investigated:

 

Case 1. Circumferential Stress due to Internal Pressure,

 

t = PR / ( SE-0.6 P)

[UG-27C(1)]

0.465

INCH

11.811

MM

Case 2. Longitudinal Tensile Strength due to Bending ( at the midpoint between the saddles) must be

   
 

added to the longitudinal Stress due to Internal Pressure.

[ APPENDIX L-2.2.2]

[ APPENDIX L-2.2.2]

 

t

0.238

INCH

6.045

MM

N.B. Circumferential joint at center of vessel is the point of max. positive moment. Max. negative moment is at supports but there is no joint there.Other circumferential joint must be investigated using moment at the joint in calculating the compined stresses.

   

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4

Designed by : Eng. Abdel Halim Galala, Design General Manager (assist.)

Rev.

Project

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

H. Check of Shell Thickness Under Internal Pressure (cont.)

[ For horizontal pressure vessels, with supplemental loading ] (vessel weight & hydrostatic liquid content)

 

[APPENDIX L-2.2.2]

   

Case 3 . Longitudinal Compressive Stress due to Bending. First determine the max. allowable compressive stress :

Factor

A = 0.125 / (Ro / t )

 

[UG-23(b)]

0.00344

Therefore, B

[SUBPART 3 OF ASME SEC.II, PART D, FIG.CS-2]

16000

PSIG

1126.4

Kg/CM 2 G

NOTES:

     

1.

No need to calculate the value of B by equation B = AE / 2 ,

since the value of A falls under the applicable Material/Temp. line.

 

[ Suppart 3 of ASME Sec.II, Part D, Fig. CS-2]

2.

The general equatioin for thickness is the same as for

 

longitudinal tensile stress except the pressure portion drops

out since the most severe condition occurs when there is no pressure in the vessel .

3.

The joint efficiency for butt-welded joints shall be taken as

unity when investigating longitudinal compression.

[UG-23(b)]

 
  [ APPENDIX L-2.2.2]

[ APPENDIX L-2.2.2]

Thickness ,

t

0.00902

INCH

0.229

MM

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4

Designed by : Eng. Abdel Halim Galala, Design General Manager (assist.)

Rev.

Project

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

I. Check of Shell Thickness for External Pressure (Full Vacuum)

Design Temperature For external pressure on cylinder, use UG-28 and Subpart 3. Determine the effective length of shell without stiffening rings, L

149

o F

65

o C

Shell length from Tangent-to-Tangent (T/T), L1 Internal Height of Elliptical Head 2:1, h = ID/4 Head Wall Thickness, th

189.764

INCH

4820

MM

15.315

INCH

389

MM

0.7874

INCH

20

MM

Internal Height of Ellipsoidal Head 2:1, ho = h + th

16.1024

INCH

409

MM

Effective shell length without stiffening,

L = L1 + 2/3 ho

200.499

INCH

5092.667

MM

Assume t for internal pressure (at corroded condition) Do = ID + 2 t L / Do Do / t

0.62992

INCH

16

MM

62.7559

INCH

1594

MM

3.1949

 

99.625

>

10

Since Do/t > 10, use UG-28(c)(1)

   

a. Enter Fig. G with L / Do and read across to sloping line of Do/t Read factor A

0.00038

b. Enter Fig. CS-2 with A (to find factor B), which falls under the curve. Follow step (6) of UG-28(c)(1), and calculate the value of max. allowable external working pressure, P A = 4B / 3 (Do / t)

5500

PSI

387.2

Kg/CM 2 G

73.6094

PSI

5.1821

Kg/CM 2 G

Change t untill P A > 15 PSI (full vacuum)

15

PSI

1.056

Kg/CM 2 G

 

OK

E = Modulus of elasticity at design temp. at amp. temp.

2.9E+07

PSI

2024352

Kg/CM 2 G

2.9E+07

PSI

2055680

Kg/CM 2 G

Notes. 1. For value of A falling to the left of the material-temp. line, the value of Pa can be calculated as follows : Pa = 2 A E / 3 (Do /t)

   

2. For L/Do > 50,

use L/Do = 50

For L/Do < 0.05, use L/Do = 0.05

 
 

use UG-28(c)(1)

3. For Do/t > 10, For Do/t < 10,

use UG-28(c)(2)

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Sheet

: 1 of 2 : 1

Designed by : Eng. Abdel Halim Galala, Design General Manager (assist.)

Rev.

Project

Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

J. Ellipsoidal Head Thickness Under Internal Pressure

[UG-32(f)]

Head material, Carbon Steel Head type

[Seamless]

ASME SA516 Grade 70 Ellipsoidal 2:1

 

Head material Specifications [Table 1A, Suppart 1, ASME Sec. II, Part D]

P-No. Group No. External Pressure Chart No.

 

1

2

CS-2

Head ID Head OD Head Outside Radius

 

61.2598

INCH

1556

MM

[ASME B16.5-1996]

62.9921

INCH

1600

MM

31.4961

INCH

800

MM

Design Temperature Min. Design Metal Temperature, MDMT Max. Allowable Working Pressure, MAWP Operating Pressure Internal Design Pressure, P Head Skirt Inside Diameter, D Head Inside Radius, L ( ri ) Max. Allowable Stress @ Design Temp.(60 o C), S Max. Allowable Stress @ Test Temp.(40 o C), St

 

149

o F

65

o C

10

o F

-12

o C

257.898

PSIG

18.156

Kg/CM 2 G

227.273

PSIG

16

Kg/CM 2 G

257.898

PSIG

18.156

Kg/CM 2 G

61.26

INCH

1556

MM

30.63

INCH

778

MM

20000

PSIG

1408

Kg/CM 2 G

20000

PSIG

1408

Kg/CM 2 G

 

[TABLE 1A , SUBPART 1 , ASME SEC. II , PART D]

   

Hydrostatic Test Pressure, P h = 1.3*MAWP(St/S)

[UG-99(b)]

335.27

PSIG

23.603

Kg/CM 2 G

Corrosion Allowance, C

[UG-25]

0.23622

INCH

6

MM

Joint Efficiency, E

(Seamless & Full Radiography) [TABLE UW-12]

0.85

 

Outside Diameter of Head, D o Outside Radius of Head, R o

 

62.9921

INCH

1600

MM

31.4961

INCH

800

MM

Value of 0.665 SE Since the value of 0.66SE > P, Use Thin Wall Equation for Calculating the Min. required Thickness of Head, t:

11305

PSIG

795.872

KG/CM 2 G

t 1 = PD / (2SE-0.2P)

[UG-32(d)]

(1)

0.46538

INCH

11.82059

MM

Compare to Thickness of Seamless Spherical Shell :

   

Ps = 0.665 SE

11305

PSIG

795.872

KG/CM 2 G

Since P < Ps, Calculate Thickness for thin Wall Spherical Shell:

   

t 2 = PRo/(2SE+0.8P) For thin Wall ellipsoidal 2:1 head :

[APPENDIX 1-1]

(2)

0.23746

INCH

6.031587

MM

 

t = PD/(2SE-0.2P)

[UG-32(d)]

0.46538

INCH

11.82059

MM

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: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

J. Ellipsoidal Head Thickness Under Internal Pressure (cont.)

Head Thickness due to Internal Pressure,

By adding Corrosion Allowance to Wall Thickness, Use Thickness of Construction, t (Adopted thickness)

t = MAX ( t 1 , t 2 )

[ t Represents the Min. Thickness after Forming ]

[UG-32(f)]

Corroded Thickness = Adopted thk. - Corrosion allowance

In case of using '20" Cap nominal thickness, t (Sch. 40)

20" Cap nominal thickness under tolerance tn = t - 0.125 t

20" Cap Corroded Thickness = tn - Corrosion allow ance

Using 20" Cap sch. 80 is

Required Head Thickness :

Head

tr

= PD / (2SE - 0.2 P)

K. Maximum Working Pressure, MWP (New & Operating)

a. For Shell :

MWP, New & cold (20 MM)

MWP, Operating & corroded (14 MM)

P = SE t /(R + 0.6 t)

[UG-27(c)(1)]

P = SE t /(R + 0.6 t)

b. For Head :

MWP, New & cold (20 MM)

MWP, Operating & corroded (14 MM), P = 2SE t /(D + 0.2 t)

P = 2SE t /(D + 0.2 t)

[UG-32(d)(1)]

0.46538

INCH

11.82059

MM

0.7016

INCH

17.82059

MM

0.787

INCH

20

MM

0.55118

INCH

14

MM

0.787401575

INCH

20

MM

0.787401575

INCH

20

MM

0.551181102

INCH

14

MM

OK

 

0.46538

INCH

11.82059

MM

472.622

PSIG

33.273

Kg/CM 2 G

345.395

PSIG

24.316

Kg/CM 2 G

435.675

PSIG

30.67149

Kg/CM 2 G

305.362

PSIG

21.49751

Kg/CM 2 G

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Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

L. Check of Ellipsoidal Head Thickness for External Pressure (Convex Side), (Full Vacuum)

[UG-33(d)]

Assumed corroded thickness of head, t Outside diameter of the head skirt, Do The equivalent outside spherical, Ro = Ko Do

Outside height of the ellipsoidal head (measured from head-bend line), ho Ratio of the major to the minor axis of ellipsoidal head, Do/2ho

[UG-33(b)]

Factor depending on the ellipsoidal head proportions Do/2ho, Ko

(use interpolation)

[See Table UG-33.1]

The required thickness of an ellipsoidal head having pressure on the convex side, either seamless or of built-up construction with butt joints, shall not be less than that determined by the following procedure :

Step 1. Assume a value for t and calculate the value of factor A

using the following formula :

A = 0.125 / (Ro / t)

Step 2. Using the value of A calculate in Step 1, follow the same procedure as that given for spherical shells in UG-28(d), Step 2 through 6 :

a. Enter Fig. CS-2 with A (to find factor B), which is under the curve, B Follow step (4) of UG-28(d), and calculate the value of max. allowable

external working pressure,

P A = B / (Ro / t)

Change t untill P A > 15 PSI (full vacuum)

Notes. 1. For value of A falling to the left of the material-temp. line, the value of Pa can be calculated in accordance with Step 5 of UG-28(d), as follows : Pa = 0.0625 E / (Ro /t) 2

E = Modulus of elasticity at design temp.

0.55118

INCH

14

MM

62.3622

INCH

1584

MM

54.342

INCH

1380.288

MM

16.1024

INCH

409

MM

1.93643

 

0.87139

0.00127

9500

PSI

668.8

Kg/CM 2 G

96.3567

PSI

6.783514

Kg/CM 2 G

0

PSI

0

Kg/CM 2 G

 

OK

2.6E+07

PSI

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Shee t : 1 of 5

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: 1

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: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

M2. Nozzle Mark : N8 24" NPS, Sch. 30, 300# WNRF (Manhole Located at Shell with Reinforcement)

No. of nozzles, n Nozzle Neck Thickness Calculation

 

1

[UG-27(c) & Appendix 1-1]

 

Nozzle Size, NPS Nozzle Material

24

INCH

600

DN

ASME SA 106 Grade B

 

Design Pressure, P Design Temperature For nominated Design Pressure & Temperature, Flange Rating

257.898

PSIG

18.156

Kg/CM 2 G

149

o F

65

o C

300#

 

[ANSI/ASME B16.5-1996]

Max. Allowable Stress of Nozzle Material @ Design Temp.(75 o C), Sn Max. Allowable Stress of Nozzle Materiall @ Test Temp.(40 o C), Snt

17100

PSIG

1203.84

Kg/CM 2 G

17100

PSIG

1203.84

Kg/CM 2 G

[Table 1A, SubPart 1, ASME Sec. II, Part D]

   

Outside Radius of Nozzle, Ron Joint Efficiency of Nozzle, En Nozzle Corrosion Allowance, Can

(Seamless Pipe)

 

12

INCH

304.8

MM

1

 

0.23622

INCH

6

MM

Nozzle Thickness Calculation :

   

Longitudinal Stress,

t = PRon /(Sn*En + 0.4 P)

0.1799

INCH

4.569353

MM

[APPENDIX 1.1]

   

By adding Corrosion Allowance, t

[UG-25]

0.41612

INCH

10.56935

MM

By adding Pipe Tolerance 12.5% to the Thickness of Nozzle, t

0.46813

INCH

11.89052

MM

Use Nozzle 24" NPS with Selected Neck Sch. 30, with Thickness 0.562" (14.27 MM). [Table 2 of ANSI B 36.10M-1985-(R-1994)]

0.562

INCH

14.2748

MM

Nozzle Neck Maximum Working Pressure, MWP (New & Operating) Nozzle wall thickness less tolerance 12.5% Nozzle wall thickness less tolerance 12.5% - Corrosion allowance

0.49175

INCH

12.49045

MM

0.25553

INCH

6.49045

MM

MWP, New & cold (14.275 MM)

P = Snt E t /(Ron - 0.4 t)

[App. 1.1]

712.422

PSIG

50.15448

Kg/CM 2 G

MWP, Operating & corroded (9.49 MM)

P = Sn E t /(Ron - 0.4 t)

367.258

PSIG

25.85495

Kg/CM 2 G

Nozzle Flange Maximum Working Pressure, MWP (New & Operating)

   

MWP, New & cold, 300# @ 100 o F MWP, Operating & corroded, 300# @ 149 o F

[ASME B.165, Table 2]

[ANSI B16.5, Table 2]

740

PSIG

52.096

Kg/CM 2 G

708.15

PSIG

49.85376

Kg/CM 2 G

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Job Name : Demineralization Plant Serial No. : 7434-33-U-2006 Vessel : Deputanizer Reflux Receiver Drum

: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Client :

APRC

Job No. : 7434-33

Client :

Type : Horizontal

APRC

M2. Nozzle Mark :

N8 24" Sch. 30, 300# WNRF Manhole (cont.)

Nozzle Opening Calculation With Reinforcing

[UG-27(c) & Appendix 1-1]

Nozzle Pipe Size, NPS Nozzle Pipe Sch. Design Pressure, P Design Temparture

 

24

INCH

600

DN

30

 

257.898

PSIG

18.15602

Kg/CM 2 G

149

o F

65

o C

Shell Material Nozzle Material Reinforcing Pad Material Allowable Stress of Shell Material, Sv Allowable Stress of Nozzle Material, Sn Allowable Stress of Pad Material, Sp

ASME SA516 Grade 70 ASME SA 106 Grade B ASME SA516 Grade 70

 

20000

PSIG

1408

Kg/CM 2 G

17100

PSIG

1203.84

Kg/CM 2 G

20000

PSIG

1408

Kg/CM 2 G

Shell Thickness Shell Corrosion Allowance, Cas

0.86614

INCH

22

MM

0.23622

INCH

6

MM

Shell

Thickness

less Pipe Tolerance 12.5% (12.5% NA)

0.86614

INCH

22

MM

Shell Thickness less Corrosion Allowance & 12.5%, t (12.5% NA)

0.62992

INCH

16

MM

Nozzle Wall Nominal Thickness Nozzle Wall Thickness less Pipe Tolerance 12.5% Nozzle Corrosion Allowance, Can

0.562

INCH

14.2748

MM

0.49175

INCH

12.49045

MM

0.23622

INCH

6

MM

Nozzle Wall Thick. less Corr. Allowance & 12.5% , tn

 

0.25553

INCH

6.49045

MM

Nozzle Wall Thick.of Internal Projection (less Corr. Allowance & 12.5%), ti Reinforced Pad Thickness, te Joint Efficiency of Shell, E Joint Efficiency of Nozzle, En

0.25553

INCH

6.49045

MM

0.86614

INCH

22

MM

1

 

1

Correction Factor, F

[UG-37(a)]

1

E1

[Nozzle in solid plate]

1

Shell Outside Diameter, OD Shell Inside Diameter in Corroded Condition, 2R = OD - 2 t

62.9921

INCH

1600

MM

61.7323

INCH

1568

MM

Shell Inside Radius in Corroded Condition, R

 

30.8661

INCH

784

MM

Nozzle Outside Diameter, OD Nozzle Inside Diameter, ID Nozzle Projection beyond Inner Vessel Wall, h = min. (h1,h2) h1 = 2.5 t h2 = 2.5 ti

24

INCH

609.6

MM

22.876

INCH

581.0504

MM

0

INCH

0

MM

1.5748

INCH

40

MM

0.63882

INCH

16.22613

MM

Nozzle ID Without Corrosion Allowance & 12.5% , d = OD - 2*tn

23.4889

INCH

596.6191

MM

Finished Radius of Circular Opening, Rn

 

11.7445

INCH

298.3096

MM

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: Design & Procurement of ASME Pressure Vessel

Dwg. No. : 7434-33-3A, Rev. 1

Item No. : 1-D-5

Capacity : 10.152 M3

Date : 18.2.2004

Job No. : 7434-33

Client : APRC Type : Horizontal

M2. Nozzle Mark :

N8 24" Sch. 30, 300# WNRF Manhole (cont.)

Nozzle Opening Calculation With Reinforcing (cont.)

 

[UG-27(c) & APPENDIX 1-1]

   

* Outside Diameter of Reinforced Pad (if used)

[UG-40(b)&FIG.UG-37.1]

Dp1

= 2 d

46.9779

INCH

1193.238

MM

Dp2

= 2 (Rn + nozzle wall thk. , tn + vessel wall thk. , t )

25.2598

INCH

641.6

MM

OD of Reinf. Pad,

Dp = the greater of Dp1 or Dp2

46.9779

INCH

1193.238

MM

Calculating Siz of Fillet Welds :

[UW-16(c)(2)&FIG.UW-16.1]

   

* For Outward Nozzle Weld Calculation of tmin. :

[UW-16(c)(2)&FIG.UW-16.1SKETCH (c)]

 

tmin.1 = 0.75 inch

 

0.75

INCH

19.05

MM

tmin.2

(nozzle wall nominal thickness) (shell wall thickness)

0.562

INCH

14.2748

MM

tmin.3

0.47244

INCH

12

MM

tmin. = lesser of tmin.1, tmin. & tmin.3

0.47244

INCH

12

MM

Calculation of tc :

tc1 = 0.25 inch

 

0.25

INCH

6.35

MM

tc2

= 0.7 t min. = lesser of tc1 & tc2

0.33071

INCH

8.4

MM

tc

0.25

INCH

6.35

MM

By Considering Equal Legs Fillet Welds :

     

Leg of Outward Nozzle Weld = SQRT2 * tc Use Leg with Dimension E in Dwg. No. 7434-33-3A

0.35355

INCH

8.980256

MM

0.35433

INCH

9

MM

* For Outer Reinforcing Pad Weld

[FIG.UW-16 SKETCH (c)]

   

tmin.1 = 0.75 inch tmin.2 ( te = thk. of reinforcing element) tmin.3 ( shell wall thickness) tmin. = lesser of tmin.1, tmin. 2 & tmin.3 1/2 tmin. By Considering Equal Legs Fillet Welds :

Leg of Outer Pad Weld = SQRT(2)*(tmin./2) Use Leg with Dimension D in Dwg. No. 7434-33-3A

0.75

INCH

19.05

MM

0.86614

INCH

22

MM

0.86614

INCH

22

MM

0.75

INCH

19.05

MM

0.375

INCH

9.525

MM

0.53033

INCH

13.5

MM

0.55118

INCH

14

MM

* Wall Thickness Required :

 

[UG-27(c)(1)]

   
 

Shell

tr

= PR / (SE - 0.6 P)

0.47256

INCH

12.0029

MM

Nozzle

trn = PRn /(SnEn - 0.6 P)

0.17874

INCH

4.540115

MM

* Strength Reduction Factors :

 

1

 
 

Sp / Sv fr1 = Sn / Sv