Pressure vessel design manual [electronic resource] : illustrated procedures for solving major pressure vessel design problems / Dennis R. Moss.
- 3rd ed.
- Amsterdam ; Boston : Gulf Professional Pub., c2004.
1 online resource (511 p.)
- Pressure vessels -- Design and construction -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
- Electronic books.
- A pressure vessel is a container that holds a liquid, vapor, or gas at a different pressure other than atmospheric pressure at the same elevation. More specifically in this instance, a pressure vessel is used to 'distill'/'crack' crude material taken from the ground (petroleum, etc.) and output a finer quality product that will eventually become gas, plastics, etc. This book is an accumulation of design procedures, methods, techniques, formulations, and data for use in the design of pressure vessels, their respective parts and equipment. The book has broad applications to chemical, ci
- Cover; Pressure Vessel Design Manual: Illustrated procedures for solving major pressure vessel design problems; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Stresses in Pressure Vessels; Design Philosophy; Stress Analysis; Stress/Failure Theories; Failures in Pressure Vessels; Loadings; Stress; Special Problems; References; Chapter 2. General Design; Procedure 2-1: General Vessel Formulas; Procedure 2-2: External Pressure Design; Procedure 2-3: Calculate MAP, MAWP, and Test Pressures; Procedure 2-4: Stresses in Heads Due to Internal Pressure; Procedure 2-5: Design of Intermediate Heads
Procedure 2-6: Design of Toriconical TransitionsProcedure 2-7: Design of Flanges; Procedure 2-8: Design of Spherically Dished Covers; Procedure 2-9: Design of Blind Flanges with Openings; Procedure 2-10: Bolt Torque Required for Sealing Flanges; Procedure 2-11: Design of Flat Heads; Procedure 2-12: Reinforcement for Studding Outlets; Procedure 2-13: Design of Internal Support Beds; Procedure 2-14: Nozzle Reinforcement; Procedure 2-15: Design of Large Openings in Flat Heads; Procedure 2-16: Find or Revise the Center of Gravity of a Vessel
Procedure 2-17: Minimum Design Metal Temperature (MDMT)Procedure 2-18: Buckling of Thin-Walled Cylindrical Shells; Procedure 2-19: Optimum Vessel Proportions; Procedure 2-20: Estimating Weights of Vessels and Vessel Components; References; Chapter 3. Design of Vessel Supports; Support Structures; Procedure 3-1: Wind Design per ASCE; Procedure 3-2: Wind Design per UBC-97; Procedure 3-3: Seismic Design for Vessels; Procedure 3-4: Seismic Design-Vessel on Unbraced Legs; Procedure 3-5: Seismic Design-Vessel on Braced Legs; Procedure 3-6: Seismic Design-Vessel on Rings
Procedure 3-7: Seismic Design-Vessel on Lugs #1Procedure 3-8: Seismic Design-Vessel on Lugs #2; Procedure 3-9: Seismic Design-Vessel on Skirt; Procedure 3-10: Design of Horizontal Vessel on Saddles; Procedure 3-11: Design of Saddle Supports for Large Vessels; Procedure 3-12: Design of Base Plates for Legs; Procedure 3-13: Design of Lug Supports; Procedure 3-14: Design of Base Details for Vertical Vessels #1; Procedure 3-15: Design of Base Details for Vertical Vessels #2; References; Chapter 4. Special Designs; Procedure 4-1: Design of Large-Diameter Nozzle Openings
Procedure 4-2: Design of Cone-Cylinder IntersectionsProcedure 4-3: Stresses at Circumferential Ring Stiffeners; Procedure 4-4: Tower Deflection; Procedure 4-5: Design of Ring Girders; Procedure 4-6: Design of Baffles; Procedure 4-7: Design of Vessels with Refractory Linings; Procedure 4-8: Vibration of Tall Towers and Stacks; References; Chapter 5. Local Loads; Procedure 5-1: Stresses in Circular Rings; Procedure 5-2: Design of Partial Ring Stiffeners; Procedure 5-3: Attachment Parameters; Procedure 5-4: Stresses in Cylindrical Shells from External Local Loads
Procedure 5-5: Stresses in Spherical Shells from External Local Loads
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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