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Lifting Lugs F

Step 1

## Import data from PV elite

Step 2 Step 3

Open PVElite Input file In PV Elite, Click this button --> (To start design of lifting lug)

Step 4

## CALC" will open, Go to Step 4

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Step 5

Step 6

## " +" new Item button

Step 7

Give Description of item, select attachment type as "Rectangular" & select "solid" in

## Hollow or Solid box

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Step 8

Also give dimensions of rectangular attachment by clicking ">>" button window. If there is any pad attached also give its dimension.

Step 9

In Vessel provide data for Vessel (from data sheet or Pv elite calculations) on which lifting lug is attached.

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Step 10 A

Provide values in input cells in table 1 & take value of weight from step 1

## Input Cell Output Cells

Weight of Empty Vessel Impact Factor (generally 1.5) Design Lifting Load (Total) WxI No. of Lifting Lugs Thickness of lifting lug Length of lifting lug from centre of hole to centre of weld line Thickness of pad Half of the circumferential angle between Lugs. Load per Lug Radial Load, Circumferential Shear, Longitudinal Shear, Longitudinal Moment, Torsional Moment, Circumferential Moment, F/n P =FxI/n VC = F (tan ) / n VL = 0.05 (F/n) ML = P x d + VL (Tp + T/2) MT = VC x d MC = VC (Tp + T/2)

Table 1

W I F n T d Tp

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

5000 N 18 90000 N 2 10 mm 100 mm 10 mm 30 deg. 45000 N 45000 N 25981 N 2250 N 4533750 N-mm 2598074 N-mm 389711 N-mm

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Step 10 B

In Loads

Step 11

Step 12

Analyze

Step 13

## Read at end of Report (as below)

Step 14

If the results are " Fail", go to Step Unless you get "Passed" message

## 8 & try with different geometrical dimensions.

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Step 1

## Import data from PV elite

Step 2 Step 3

Open PVElite Input file In PV Elite, Click this button --> (To start design of lifting lug)

Step 4

## CALC" will open, Go to Step 4

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Step 5

Step 6

## " +" new Item button

Step 7

Give Description of item, select attachment type as "Rectangular" & select "solid" in

## Hollow or Solid box

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Step 8

Also give dimensions of rectangular attachment by clicking ">>" button window. If there is any pad attached also give its dimension.

Step 9

In Vessel provide data for Vessel (from data sheet or Pv elite calculations) on which lifting lug is attached.

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Step 10 A

Provide values in input cells in table 1 & take value of weight from step 1

## Input Cell Output Cells

Weight of Empty Vessel Impact Factor (generally 1.5) Design Lifting Load (Total) WxI No. of Lifting Lugs Thickness of lifting lug Length of lifting lug from centre of hole to bottom. Thickness of pad Half of the circumferential angle between Lugs.

Table 1

W I F n T d Tp

= = = = = = = =

## 5000 N 1.5 7500 N 2 10 mm 55 mm 10 mm 30 deg.

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Step 10 B

In Loads

Step 11

Step 12

Analyze

Step 13

## Read at end of Report (as below)

Step 14

If the results are " Fail", go to Step Unless you get "Passed" message

## 8 & try with different geometrical dimensions.

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PROCEDURE OF WRC-107 CALCULATIONS FOR LIFTING LUGS (Vertical vessel) Vertical lift
VL VL= Longitudinal Shear VC= Circumferential Shear

Step 1

## Import data from PV elite

Step 2 Step 3

Open PVElite In PV Elite, Click this button --> (To start design of lifting lug)

Step 4

## A new window "COADE CALC" will open, Go to Step 4 As Shown Below:

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Step 5

## Go to 'Analysis''Choose Analysis type''WRC 107 / FEA' As shown below in sketch

Step 6

A new window will open. Click " +" new Item button

Step 7

Give Description of item, select attachment type as " Rectangular" & select "solid" in

## Hollow or Solid box

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Step 8

Also give dimensions of rectangular attachment by clicking " >>" button in Rectangular attachment window. If there is any pad attached also give its dimension.

Step 9

In Vessel provide data for Vessel from Datasheet or output PVElite file.

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Step 10 A

Provide values in input cells in table 1 & take value of weight from step 1

## Input Cell Output Cells

Weight of Empty Vessel Impact Factor (generally 1.5) Design Lifting Load (Total) WxI

Table 1

No. of Lifting Lugs Thickness of lifting lug Length of lifting lug from centre of hole to center of weld line Thickness of pad Half of the circumferential angle between Lugs. Load per Lug IN VERTICAL LIFTING Radial Load, Longitudinal Shear, Circumferential Shear , P = 0.05 x F / n VL = F / n VC = 0.05 x F / n F/n

W I F n T d Tp

= = = = = = = = =

= = =

## 2025 N 40500 N 2025 N

MOMENT CALCUALTIONS (In Vertical Lifting) Longitudinal Moment, ML = Pd + VL (Tp + T/2) Circumferential Moment, Torsional Moment, MC = VC (Tp + T/2) MT = VC d

= =

Step 10 B

## In Load provide values from Step 10A.

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Step 11

Step 12

Analyze

Step 13

## Read at end of Report (as below)

Step 14

If the results are Fail. Go to Step 8 & try again with different geometrical dimensions. Unless you get "Passed" message

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PROCEDURE OF WRC-107 CALCULATIONS FOR LIFTING LUGS (Vertical vessel) Horizontal lift
VC= Circumferential Shear

Step 1

## Import data from PV elite

Step 2 Step 3

Open PVElite In PV Elite, Click this button --> (To start design of lifting lug)

Step 4

## A new window "COADE CALC" will open, Go to Step 4 As Shown Below:

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Step 5

## Go to 'Analysis''Choose Analysis type''WRC 107 / FEA' As shown below in sketch

Step 6

A new window will open. Click " +" new Item button

Step 7

Give Description of item, select attachment type as " Rectangular" & select "solid" in

## Hollow or Solid box

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Step 8

Also give dimensions of rectangular attachment by clicking " >>" button infront of Attachment type box window. If there is any pad attached also give its dimension.

Step 9

In Vessel provide data for Vessel from Datasheet or PVElite output file.

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Step 10 A

Provide values in input cells in table 1 & take value of weight from step 1

## Input Cell Output Cells

Weight of Empty Vessel Impact Factor (generally 1.5) Design Lifting Load (Total) WxI

Table 1

No. of Lifting Lugs Thickness of lifting lug Length of lifting lug from centre of hole to center of weld line Thickness of pad Half of the circumferential angle between Lugs. Load per Lug IN HORIZONTAL LIFTING Radial Load, Longitudinal Shear, Circumferential Shear, P = 0.05 x F / n VL = 0.05 x F / n VC = F / n F/n

W I F n T d Tp

= = = = = = = = = = = =

## 54000 N 1.5 81000 N 2 10 mm 55 mm 10 mm 30 deg. 40500 N 2025 N 2025 N 40500 N

MOMENT CALCULATIONS (In Horizontal Lifting) Longitudinal Moment, ML = Pd + VL (Tp + T/2) Circumferential Moment, Torsional Moment, MC = VC (Tp + T/2) MT = VC d

= = =

Step 10 B

## In Load provide values from Step 10A.

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Step 11

Step 12

Analyze

Step 13

## Read at end of Report (as below)

Step 14

If Results are Fail go to Step 8 and try again with different geometric specifications. Unless you get "Passed" message

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