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Tangential, Tilted and Hillside Nozzle Design

Due to process and pipe routing considerations, nozzles on pressure vessels and heat exchangers are frequently placed in non-radial orientations. These non-radial or hillside nozzle to vessel intersections create obround openings which require additional geometric calculations to meet ASME VIII BPVC rules. Put another way, the nozzle opening diameter d used for UG-37 reinforcement [...]

2018-06-08T07:17:35+00:00November 9th, 2012|Categories: COMPRESS Videos|Tags: |

Check Nozzle Loads With WRC 537, WRC 107

Check Piping Loads Using WRC 107, WRC 537 Having trouble viewing this video? Download video (.wmv 4MB) Process piping imposes external loads on vessel and exchanger nozzles that must be accounted for (see ASME VIII-1, UG-22).  Stresses on pressure vessel nozzles and attachments have historically been checked using [...]

2018-06-08T07:36:47+00:00August 2nd, 2012|Categories: COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , , |

Perform FEA on Nozzles

Welding Research Council Bulletins WRC-107 and WRC-297 are widely used by Engineers to investigate piping (and other) loads on nozzles within COMPRESS. However, how do you handle geometries that the WRC Bulletins do not cover such as "large" nozzles on formed heads or nozzles on flat covers? COMPRESS overcomes the WRC Bulletins' [...]

2017-03-16T15:45:20+00:00January 6th, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , , , |

FEA on Nozzles

Perform FEA on Nozzles Welding Research Council Bulletins WRC-107 and WRC-297 are widely used by Engineers to investigate piping (and other) loads on nozzles within COMPRESS. However, what should you do if you have geometries that the WRC Bulletins do not cover such as "large" nozzles on formed heads or nozzles on flat [...]

2017-03-16T15:46:36+00:00January 6th, 2010|Categories: COMPRESS, Power Users|Tags: , , , |