Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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MECHANICAL DESIGN OF PRESSURE VESSEL BY USING CODEWARE COMPRESS SOFTWARE
Sandeep S Patil, Dr. Nitish Kumar Gautam, Dr.R.J.Patil,
Abstract
Both the yield strength and the tensile stress for material allowance are related to the pressure vessel's safety factor. These two are completely covered in ASME Code Section VIII's pressure vessel building guidelines. This section of the code covered pressure relief, vessel materials, design, manufacturing, examination, inspection, testing, and required and optional appendix requirements. It also covered specific prohibitions. Based on this specification, mechanical design work had been done with PV ELITE software for a horizontal pressure vessel. Head, shell, nozzle, and saddle analyses were performed. The input parameters include the material type, the pressure, the temperature, the diameter, and the corrosion allowance. Internal and external pressure, element weight, permissible stresses, vessel longitudinal stress check, nozzle check, and saddle check calculations were done by analysis. The calculations for internal and external pressure, element weight, permissible stresses, vessel longitudina
Keywords
Circumferential stress, longitudinal stress, end closures, pressure vessel and compress.
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