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Design Data Geometry

Design pressure P 4.3 mPa Vessel inside diameter D 1570 mm


Design temperature T 80 C Vessel Thickness t 29 mm
Shell Allowable stress at DT. f 138 mPa Corrosion Allowance c 3 mm
Factor relating to effect yield point of materi S 1.4 Head thickness te 29 mm
Modulus of elasticity E 196000 N/mm2 p/f factor for head p/f 0.00817
Saddle Allowable stress at AMB. 138 mPa Tangent to Tangent length L 4845 mm
Saddle yield stress Sy 242 mPa Depth of heads b 0 mm
Installation of Stiffener ring 0 Distance T.L to fixed saddle A1 1540 mm
Stiffener ring size 0 Distance T.L to Sliding saddle A2 760 mm
Vessel Weight W 499398 N Distance to CoG from datum G 1950 mm
Anchor bolt size 0 Saddle height h 1165 mm
Anchor bolt allowable tensile AbT 140 mPa Saddle contact angle q 120
Anchor bolt allowable shear AbS 70 mPa Saddle width b1 200 mm
Anchor bolts per saddle N 4 Wear plate thickness t1 29 mm
Vessel Centre to Bolt Centre distance G 625
Base coefficient of friction 0.3 Wear plate width b2 320 mm
Wind Transverse load Ft 9839 N Wear plate contact angle wq 132
Wind Longitudinal Load Fl 0 N Web plate thickness tw 13 mm
Seismic Transverse load Ft 0 N Base plate length bl 1316 mm
Seismic Longitudinal Load Fl 0 N Base plate width b2 220 mm
Frictional load FF 149819.4 N Base plate thickness bt 16 mm
Liquid Level above vessel CL 785 mm Number of ribs rn 3
Liquid density 1000 Kg/m Rib thickness rt 13 mm
Load factor 1 Rib Spacing 0 440 mm

Calculation

Vessel Mean Radius Rm 801 mm

Saddle to saddle distance Ls 2545 mm

Pressure at equator Pm 4.3077 N/mm

Corroded shell thickness tc 26 mm

Saddle centre to centre distance l 2545 mm

COG from left saddle b 410 mm

left saddle Right Saddle


Vertical load 80453.11591 418945 418945

Transverse load 1585.064833 8253.9 8253.9

1. Saddle Reaction W1

Saddle Reaction force due to Wind Ft [Fwt]

= Ftr * (Ft/No of saddles + Z force load) * h/bl


=3*(8253.93516699411 + 0 ) *1165/1316
21920.6 N

Saddle Reaction force due to Wind Fl or Friction [Fwl]

= Max(Fl, Friction load, sum of x forces) *h/Ls


=Max(0,149819.4, 0)*1165/2545
68581.4 N

Saddle Reaction force due to Earthquake Ft [Fst]

= Ftr * (Ft/No of saddles + Z force load) * h/bl


=3*(0/2 + 0 ) *1165/1316
0 N

Saddle Reaction force due to Earthquake Fl or Friction [Fsl]

= Max(Fl, Friction load, sum of x forces) *h/Ls


=Max(0,149819.4, 0)*1165/2545
34290.7 N

Saddle Load

=W
=418944.884086444
418944.884 N

Maximum reaction at support W1

=saddle Load + Max (Fwl,Fwt, Fsl, Fst)


=418944.884086444 +max(68581.4,21920.6,34290.7,0)
487526.284 N

Longitudinal Bending Moments (G.3.3.2.2)

at Mid-span M3

= W1*L/4[((1+2*(Rm-b)/L)/(1+4b/3L))-4A/L]

127993837.5 Nmm

At the supports M4

=-W1*A[1-(1-A/L+(Rm-b)/(2AL))/(1+4b/(3L))]

206360920.5 Nmm

Longitudinal Stresses at mid span (G.3.3.2.3)

Stress at the highest point of the cross-section f1

= PmRm/2t - M3/Rmt

f1 68.7974713 N/mm

Stress at the lowest point of the cross-section f2

= PmRm/2t + M3/Rmt

f2 63.9128511 N/mm

Longitudinal stresses at the saddles (G.3.3.2.4)

At Highest point of cross-section f3


K1 0.107 (see table G.3.3-1)

= PmRm/2t - M4/K1Rmt

f3 103.155806 N/mm

At lowest point of Cross-section f4

K2 0.192 (see table G.3.3-1)

= PmRm/2t + M4/K2Rmt

f4 45.8464686 N/mm

Stress intensity

=max (1-2;1-0.5p;2 +0.5p)

Primary membrane circumferential stress at the highest point of cross section

1 = prm/t

132.473077 N/mm

Primary membrane circumferential stress at the lowest point of cross section

2 = pmrm/t

132.947568 N/mm

Primary membrane stress intensities involving longitudinal stress at mid span

Highest point of cross section z = f1

1 -z 63.676 N/mm Acceptable

z +0.5p 70.947 N/mm Acceptable

Lowest point of cross section z = f2

2 -z 69.035 N/mm Acceptable

z +0.5p 66.063 N/mm Acceptable

Primary membrane stress intensities involving longitudinal stress at support

Equator z = f3

1 -z 29.317 N/mm Acceptable


z +0.5p 105.31 N/mm Acceptable

Lowest point of cross section z = f4

2 -z 87.101 N/mm Acceptable

z +0.5p 47.996 N/mm Acceptable

Limit of longitudinal compressive stress

S 1.4 material factor

K 0.605Et/sfrm

19.923

0.45+0.00625K

0.5745

sf 111 N/mm

Tangential shearing stresses in the shell at the support (G.3.3.2.5)

K3 1.171 table G.3.3-2

q K3W1/rmt[(L-2A)/(L+4b/3)

9.9862 N/mm Acceptable

Allowable tangential shearing stress in shell at Saddle from table G.3.3-2 is smaller of 0.8f and 0.06Et/rm

110.4 N/mm

Tangential shearing stresses in the end

K4 0 table G.3.3-2

qe K4W1/rte

0 N/mm

Allowable tangential shearing stress in end = 1,25f-f n(d)

353.8 N/mm

Circumferential stresses (G.3.3.2.6)

K5 0.076 table G.3.3-4

At lowest point of cross section

f5 =-K5W1/tb2 If b2 > b1 + 10 t then t = t + t1

1.465 N/mm Acceptable

Stress at the horn of the saddles

K6 0.0528

f6 -W1/4tb2-12K6W1rm/Lt^2

85.74 N/mm Acceptable

Stress at the horn of the saddle Wear Plate

K6 0.0436

f6 -W1/4tb2-12K6W1rm/Lt^2

72.57 N/mm Acceptable

Design of saddle

Stress due to horizontal reaction on the saddle (G.3.3.2.7)


Ab 13258 mm

K9 0.204 table G.3.3-5

H K9W1

99455 N

Sb 7.5015 N/mm Acceptable

Moment of Inertia of Saddle - Lateral Direction