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LIFTING LUG DESIGN


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A. GEOMETRIC DATA
Weight of empty vessel, We 20300 Kg
Vessel Outside Radius
Number of lugs, n
Lifting angle, β
Angle α

Lug radius, rL
Lug base width, wL
Thickness of lug, tL
Distance between lug base to hole center, hL
Diameter of hole, d

shackle material
Pin size, Dp

B. MATERIAL & MECHANICAL PROPERTIES


Material used for lifting lug
Specified yield stress, Sy 1733 Kg/cm2
Specified tensile stress, Sm 4945 Kg/cm2
Impact factor, f

C. ALLOWABLE STRESSES
Allowable bearing stress, Sbr.all ( = 0.9 Sy)
Allowable tensile stress, St.all ( = 0.45 Sy)
Allowable shear stress, Ss.all ( = 0.4 Sy)
Allowable bending stress, Sbn.all ( = 0.66 Sy)

D. LIFTING LUG DESIGN


1 FORCE DIAGRAM

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Design Load, Wt ( = f.We)


Design Load per lug, Fy ( = Wt/n)
Vertical component force, Fy

Resultant force, Fc( = Fy/sinβ)


Component force, Fx( = Fc cosβ sinα)
Component force, Fz( = Fc cosβ cosα)

2 STRESS CHECK AT LUG EYE

(a) Tensile stress


Resultant force, Fc
Cross-sectional area, Ae = (rL-d/2) X tL
Tensile stress, St
Since St<St.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY

(b) Bearing stress


Resultant force, Fc
Diameter pin, Dp
Cross-sectional area, Ac ( =Dp X tL)
Bearing stress, Sb
Since Sb<Sb.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY

(c) Shear stress


Resultant force, Fc
Cross-sectional area, Ac ( = 2.(rL-d/2).tL)
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Shearing stress, Ss
Since Ss<Ss.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY

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3 STRESS CHECK AT LUG BASE

(a) Tensile stress in Y-Direction


Vertcal force, Fy
Cross sectional area of lug, At ( = 2xrLxtL)
Tensile stress, St ( = Fy/At)
St/St.all

(b) Bending stress in X-Direction


Component force, Fx
Bending moment in Z-axis, Mx=Fx*hL
Section modulus, Zz-z = wL2*tL/6
Bending stress, Sx=Mx/Zz-z
Sx/Sx.all

(c ) Plane Bending stress in Z-Direction


Component force, Fz
Bending moment in X-axis, Mz=Fz*hL
Section modulus, Zx-x= wL*tL2/6
Bending stress, Sz = Mz/Zx-x
Sz/Sz.all

(d) Combine stresses


(St/St.all)+(Sx/Sx.all)+(Sz/SZ.all)

Therefore the lifting lug is SATISFACTORY

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BPCL
MAPL-C-3064
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199143 N
766 mm
3
90 o
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70 mm
200 mm
35 mm
130 mm
30 mm

25.4 mm

SS-316L
169.95375 N/mm2
484.9517 N/mm2
1.5

152.95838 N/mm2
76.479188 N/mm2
67.9815 N/mm2
112.16948 N/mm2

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298714.5 N
99571.5 N
99571.5 N

99571.5 N
0N
6.097E-12 N

99571.5 N
1925 mm2
51.725455 N/mm2

99571.5 N
25.4 mm
889 N/mm2
112.00394 N/mm2

99571.5 N
3850 mm2
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25.862727 N/mm2

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99571.5 N
4900 mm2
20.320714 N/mm2
0.2657025

0N
0 N-mm
233333.33 mm3
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6.097E-12 N
7.926E-10 N-mm
40833.333 mm3
1.941E-14 N/mm2
1.73E-16

0.2657025 < 1
NOT OVERSTRESSED

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MAPL

LIFTING LUG DESIGN Project RUTHCHAKRA PP, PARA

FOR EXCHANGER Equip. No. MAPL-C-2972 (072-E-60


Revision No. 1

A GEOMETRIC DATA
Weight of empty vessel, We 35000 Kg 343350
Vessel Outside Radius 1230
Number of lugs, n 3
Lifting angle, β 90
Angle α 0

Lug radius, rL 35
Lug base width, wL 100
Thickness of lug, tL 70
Distance between lug base to hole center, hL 70
Diameter of hole, d 30

shackle material
Pin size, Dp 35

B MATERIAL & MECHANICAL PROPERTIES


Material used for lifting lug SA-240 Gr 304
Specified yield stress, Sy 2090.43 Kg/cm2 205.00659
Specified tensile stress, Sm 5251.56 Kg/cm2 515.01576
Impact factor, f 1

C ALLOWABLE STRESSES
Allowable bearing stress, Sbr.all ( = 0.9 Sy) 184.50593
Allowable tensile stress, St.all ( = 0.45 Sy) 92.252965
Allowable shear stress, Ss.all ( = 0.4 Sy) 82.002635
Allowable bending stress, Sbn.all ( = 0.66 Sy) 135.30435

D LIFTING LUG DESIGN


1 FORCE DIAGRAM
Design Load, Wt ( = f.We) 343350
Design Load per lug, Fy ( = Wt/n) 114450
Vertical component force, Fy 114450

Resultant force, Fc( = Fy/sinβ) 114450


Component force, Fx( = Fc cosβ sinα) 0
Component force, Fz( = Fc cosβ cosα) 7.008E-12

2 STRESS CHECK AT LUG EYE

a Tensile stress
Resultant force, Fc 114450
Cross-sectional area, Ae = (rL-d/2) X tL 1400
Tensile stress, St 81.75
Since St<St.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY

b Bearing stress
Resultant force, Fc 114450
Diameter pin, Dp 35
Cross-sectional area, Ac ( =Dp X tL) 2450
Bearing stress, Sb 46.714286
Since Sb<Sb.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY

c Shear stress
Resultant force, Fc 114450
Cross-sectional area, Ac ( = 2.(rL-d/2).tL) 2800
Shearing stress, Ss 40.875
Since Ss<Ss.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY
3 STRESS CHECK AT LUG BASE

a Tensile stress in Y-Direction


Vertcal force, Fy 114450
Cross sectional area of lug, At ( = 2xrLxtL) 4900
Tensile stress, St ( = Fy/At) 23.357143
St/St.all 0.2531858

b Bending stress in X-Direction


Component force, Fx 0
Bending moment in Z-axis, Mx=Fx*hL 0
Section modulus, Zz-z = wL2*tL/6 116666.67
Bending stress, Sx=Mx/Zz-z 0
Sx/Sx.all 0

c Plane Bending stress in Z-Direction


Component force, Fz 7.008E-12
Bending moment in X-axis, Mz=Fz*hL 4.906E-10
Section modulus, Zx-x= wL*tL2/6 81666.667
Bending stress, Sz = Mz/Zx-x 6.007E-15
Sz/Sz.all 4.44E-17

d Combine stresses
(St/St.all)+(Sx/Sx.all)+(Sz/SZ.all) 0.2531858
NOT OVERSTRESSED
Therefore the lifting lug is SATISFACTORY
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NOT OVERSTRESSED
MAPL

LIFTING LUG DESIGN Project CPCL

FOR EQUIPMENT Equipment No. MAPL-C-2985(77-E111)


Revision No. 0

A GEOMETRIC DATA
Weight of empty vessel, We 5500 Kg 53955
Heat Exchanger Outside Radius 347
Number of lugs, n 4
Lifting angle, β 60
Angle α 66.61

Lug radius, rL 105


Lug base width, wL 210
Thickness of lug, tL 15
Distance between lug base to hole center, hL 75
Diameter of hole, d 50

shackle material
Pin size, Dp 53

B MATERIAL & MECHANICAL PROPERTIES


Material used for lifting lug IS 2062 E2050Gr A
Specified yield stress, Sy 2671.69 Kg/cm2 262.01023
Specified tensile stress, Sm 4921.53 Kg/cm2 482.65002
Impact factor, f 2

C ALLOWABLE STRESSES
Allowable bearing stress, Sbr.all ( = 0.9 Sy) 235.80921
Allowable tensile stress, St.all ( = 0.45 Sy) 117.90461
Allowable shear stress, Ss.all ( = 0.4 Sy) 104.80409
Allowable bending stress, Sbn.all ( = 0.66 Sy) 172.92675

D LIFTING LUG DESIGN


1 FORCE DIAGRAM
Design Load, Wt ( = f.We) 107910
Design Load per lug, Fy ( = Wt/n) 26977.5
Vertical component force, Fy 26977.5

Resultant force, Fc( = Fy/sinβ) 31150.934


Component force, Fx( = Fc cosβ sinα) 14295.536
Component force, Fz( = Fc cosβ cosα) 6183.2689

2 STRESS CHECK AT LUG EYE

a Tensile stress
Resultant force, Fc 31150.934
Cross-sectional area, Ae = (rL-d/2) X tL 1200
Tensile stress, St 25.959111
Since St<St.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY

b Bearing stress
Resultant force, Fc 31150.934
Diameter pin, Dp 53
Cross-sectional area, Ac ( =Dp X tL) 795
Bearing stress, Sb 39.183564
Since Sb<Sb.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY

c Shear stress
Resultant force, Fc 31150.934
Cross-sectional area, Ac ( = 2.(rL-d/2).tL) 2400
Shearing stress, Ss 12.979556
Since Ss<Ss.all, therefore the lifting lug size is SATISFACTORY
3 STRESS CHECK AT LUG BASE

a Tensile stress in Y-Direction


Vertcal force, Fy 26977.5
Cross sectional area of lug, At ( = 2xrLxtL) 3150
Tensile stress, St ( = Fy/At) 8.5642857
St/St.all 0.0726374

b Bending stress in X-Direction


Component force, Fx 14295.536
Bending moment in Z-axis, Mx=Fx*hL 1072165
Section modulus, Zz-z = wL2*tL/6 110250
Bending stress, Sx=Mx/Zz-z 9.7248545
Sx/Sx.all 0.0562368

c Plane Bending stress in Z-Direction


Component force, Fz 6183.2689
Bending moment in X-axis, Mz=Fz*hL 463745.17
Section modulus, Zx-x= wL*tL2/6 7875
Bending stress, Sz = Mz/Zx-x 58.888275
Sz/Sz.all 0.3405388

d Combine stresses
(St/St.all)+(Sx/Sx.all)+(Sz/SZ.all) 0.4694131
NOT OVERSTRESSED
Therefore the lifting lug is SATISFACTORY
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NOT OVERSTRESSED