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Overview of Pressure Vessel Design Participant’s Guide
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2 C ONTACT I NFORMATION ASME Headquarters 1-800-THE-ASME ASME Professional Development 1-800-THE-ASME Eastern Regional Office Southern Regional Office 8996 Burke Lake Road – Suite L102 1950 Stemmons Freeway – Suite 5068 Burke, VA 22015-1607 Dallas, TX 75207-3109 703-978-5000 214-800-4900 800-221-5536 800-445-2388 703-978-1157 (FAX) 214-800-4902 (FAX) Midwest Regional Office Western Regional Office 1117 S. Milwaukee Avenue 119-C Paul Drive Building B, Suite 13 San Rafael, CA 94903-2022 Libertyville, IL 60048-5258 415-499-1148 847-680-5493 800-624-9002 800-628-6437 415-499-1338 (FAX) 847-680-6012 (FAX) Northeast Regional Office 326 Clock Tower Commons Route 22 Brewster, NY 10509-9241 845-279-6200 800-628-5981 845-279-7765 (FAX) International Regional Office 1-800-THE-ASME You can also find information on these courses and all of ASME, including ASME Professional Development, the Vice President of Professional Development, and other contacts at the ASME Web site…… http://www.asme.org
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3 Overview of Pressure Vessel Design By: Vincent A. Carucci Carmagen Engineering, Inc. Copyright © 1999 by All Rights Reserved
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4 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS PART 1: PARTICIPANT NOTES . .................................................................................... 5 PART 2: BACKGROUND MATERIAL. ............................................................................. 64
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5 Part 1: Workbook
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6 1 OVERVIEW OF PRESSURE VESSEL DESIGN By: Vincent A. Carucci Carmagen Engineering, Inc . Notes: 2 Course Overview • General • Materials of Construction • Design • Other Design Considerations • Fabrication • Inspection and Testing Notes:
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7 3 Pressure Vessels • Containers for fluids under pressure • Used in variety of industries – Petroleum refining – Chemical – Power – Pulp and paper – Food Notes: 4 Horizontal Drum on Saddle Supports Figure 2.1 Noz le Shel A A Head Sad le Sup ort (Fixed) Sad le Sup ort (Sliding) Head Section A-A Notes:
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8 5 Vertical Drum on Leg Supports Figure 2.2 Head Shel Nozzle Head Support Leg Notes: 6 Tall Vertical Tower Figure 2.3 Trays Nozzle Head Shel Nozzle Cone Shel Nozzle Nozzle Skirt Support Head Notes:
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9 7 Vertical Reactor Figure 2.4 Inlet Noz le Head Shel Up er Catalyst Bed Catalyst Bed Support Grid Lower Catalyst Bed Outlet Col ector Head Support Skirt Outlet Noz le Notes: 8 Spherical Pressurized Storage Vessel Figure 2.5 Cross Bracing Support Leg Shel Notes:
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10 9 Vertical Vessel on Lug Supports Figure 2.6 Notes: 10 Scope of ASME Code Section VIII • Section VIII used worldwide • Objective: Minimum requirements for safe construction and operation • Division 1, 2, and 3 Notes:
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11 11 Section VIII Division 1 • 15 psig < P 3000 psig • Applies through first connection to pipe • Other exclusions – Internals (except for attachment weld to vessel) – Fired process heaters – Pressure containers integral with machinery – Piping systems Notes: 12 Section VIII, Division 2, Alternative Rules • Scope identical to Division 1 but requirements differ – Allowable stress – Stress calculations – Design – Quality control – Fabrication and inspection • Choice between Divisions 1 and 2 based on economics Notes:
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12 13 • Applications over 10,000 psi • Pressure from external source, process reaction, application of heat, combination of these
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