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1. Bottom Lug At extreme end as per drawing

Indicate material for beam in


calculation sheet
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154212675
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L =4250 mm
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2. Lifting Lug at Centre as per drawing

For SA-106 Gr.B , Minimum Yield strength


is 240 Mpa

Represent lower
lug inside since
3960 is less than
4250
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42673500
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L=4250mm
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3. Bottom lifting at inner as per drawing

240
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L=4250 mm
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Moment of inertia of Spreader Beam in Corroded Condition

28.58 mm
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56650 x 9.81 = 555737 N

555737 X 1.20 = 666884 N

101 mm

333306 x 102 = 33997212 N-mm


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As per Drawing its 101 mm

Ft = 118 MPa
Fy = 241 MPa

262 MPa

21380000 mm4

267250 mm3

604480000 mm4

2628174 mm3
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31178333 mm4
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459953333 mm4
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Tabular Results
Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe®. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME
Section VIII, Division 2.
Analysis Time Stamp: Sat Jan 20 11:38:35 2018.

 Model Notes

 Load Case Report

 Solution Data

 ASME Code Stress Output Plots

 Stress Results - Notes

 ASME Overstressed Areas

 Highest Primary Stress Ratios

 Highest Secondary Stress Ratios

 Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios

 Graphical Results

Model Notes
Model Notes

Input Echo:

Description:

Lifting Lug

Model Type : Cylindrical Shell

Parent Geometry
Parent Outside Diam. : 323.800 mm.
Thickness : 22.008 mm.
Fillet Along Shell : 10.000 mm.

Parent Properties:
Cold Allowable : 117.9 MPa
Hot Allowable : 117.9 MPa
Material DB # 1008218.
Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 413.7 MPa
Yield Strength (Amb) : 241.3 MPa
Yield Strength (Hot) : 235.8 MPa
Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 202720.0 MPa
Poissons Ratio : 0.300
Expansion Coefficient : 0.1177E-04 mm./mm./deg.
Weight Density : 0.0000E+00 N /cu.mm.(NOT USED)

Structural Attachment Type : "I" Beam

Flange Thickness : 30.000 mm.


Flange Width : 160.000 mm.
Web Thickness : 30.000 mm.
Web Height : 400.000 mm.
Length : 102.000 mm.
Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg.
Distance from Top : 855.000 mm.
Distance from Bottom : 5105.000 mm.

Nozzle Properties
Cold Allowable : 137.9 MPa
Hot Allowable : 137.9 MPa
Material DB # 1014518.
Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 482.6 MPa
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Yield Strength (Amb) : 262.0 MPa


Yield Strength (Hot) : 256.5 MPa
Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 202720.0 MPa
Poissons Ratio : 0.300
Expansion Coefficient : 0.1177E-04 mm./mm./deg.
Weight Density : 0.0000E+00 N /cu.mm. (NOT USED)

Design Operating Cycles : 7000.


Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 21.10

Uniform thermal expansion produces no stress in this geometry.


Any thermal loads will come through operating forces and
moments applied through the nozzle.

Nozzle Inside Temperature : 48.00 deg.


Nozzle Outside Temperature : 48.00 deg.
Vessel Inside Temperature : 48.00 deg.
Vessel Outside Temperature : 48.00 deg.

Nozzle Pressure : 0.103 MPa


Vessel Pressure : 0.103 MPa

Operating Pressure : 0.1 MPa

The operating pressure is used for secondary and peak stress


cases. The design pressure is used for primary cases. The ratio
of the operating/design pressure = 1.000

User Defined Load Input Echo:


Loads are given at the End of Nozzle
Loads are defined in Local Coordinates

Forces( N ) Moments (N-m)

Load Case FX FY FZ MX MY MZ
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
OPER: 333305.9 333305.9 333305.9 33997.2 0.0 33997.2

FEA Model Loads:


These are the actual loads applied to the FEA model.
These are the User Defined Loads translated to the
end of the nozzle and reported in global coordinates.

Forces( N ) Moments (N-m)

Load Case FX FY FZ MX MY MZ
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
OPER: 333305.9 333305.9 333305.9 33997.2 0.0 33997.2

The "top" or "positive" end of this model is "free" in


the axial and translational directions.

Stresses ARE nodally AVERAGED.

Vessel Centerline Vector : 1.000 0.000 0.000


Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 1.000 0.000

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Load Case Report


FE/Pipe Version 10.0 Jobname: NOZZLE $P
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Load Case Report $X

Inner and outer element temperatures are the same


throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting
calculations will be performed.

THE 4 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE:

1 WEIGHT ONLY (Wgt Only)


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Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range


between the installed and the operating states.

/-------- Loads in Case 1


Loads due to Weight

2 SUSTAINED (Wgt+Pr)

Sustained case run to satisfy local primary


membrane and bending stress limits.

/-------- Loads in Case 2


Loads due to Weight
Pressure Case 1

3 OPERATING

Case run to compute the operating stresses used in


secondary, peak and range calculations as needed.

/-------- Loads in Case 3


Pressure Case 1
Loads from (Operating)

4 RANGE (Fatigue Calc Performed)

Case run to get the RANGE of stresses.


as described in NB-3222.2, 5.5.3.2, 5.5.5.2 or 5.5.6.1.

/-------- Combinations in Range Case 4


Plus Stress Results from CASE 3
Minus Stress Results from CASE 1

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Solution Data
FE/Pipe Version 10.0 Jobname: NOZZLE $P
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Solution Data

Maximum Solution Row Size = 1446


Number of Nodes = 9691
Number of Elements = 3236
Number of Solution Cases = 3

Summation of Loads per Case

Case # FX FY FZ

1 0. 0. 0.
2 7368. 0. 0.
3 340674. 333306. 333306.

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ASME Code Stress Output Plots


FE/Pipe Version 10.0 Jobname: NOZZLE $P
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ASME Code Stress Output Plots $X

1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2


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2) Qb < SPS (SUS,Bending) Case 2

3) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (SUS,Inside) Case 2

4) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (SUS,Outside) Case 2

5) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2

6) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Inside) Case 3

7) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Outside) Case 3

8) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 3

9) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 3

10) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (OPE,S1+S2+S3) Case 3

11) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Inside) Case 4

12) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Outside) Case 4

13) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 4

14) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 4

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Stress Results - Notes


FE/Pipe Version 10.0 Jobname: NOZZLE $P
Released Nov 2017 11:38am JAN 20,2018

Stress Results - Notes

- Results in this analysis were generated using the finite


element solution method.

- Using 2013-2015 ASME Section VIII Division 2

- Use Polished Bar fatigue curve.

- Ratio between Operating and Design Pressure = 1.000000


Assume pressure increases all other stresses.

- Assume free end displacements of attached pipe


(e.g. thermal loads) are secondary within the limits
of nozzle reinforcement.

- Use Equivalent Stress (Von Mises).

- Include S1+S2+S3 evaluation for operating stress.


Include S1+S2+S3 evaluation in primary case evaluation.
Assume bending stress not local primary for S1+S2+S3.

- Use local tensor values for averaged and not


averaged stresses.

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ASME Overstressed Areas


FE/Pipe Version 10.0 Jobname: NOZZLE $P
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ASME Overstressed Areas $X


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*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

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Highest Primary Stress Ratios


FE/Pipe Version 10.0 Jobname: NOZZLE $P
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Shell SCR at Plate # 1

Pl SPL Primary Membrane Load Case 2


1 236 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

0%

Circ Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl SPL Primary Membrane Load Case 2


0 256 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

0%

Long Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl SPL Primary Membrane Load Case 2


0 256 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

0%

Shell in Plate # 1 Vicinity

Pl SPL Primary Membrane Load Case 2


1 236 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

0%

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Highest Secondary Stress Ratios


FE/Pipe Version 10.0 Jobname: NOZZLE $P
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Highest Secondary Stress Ratios $X

Shell SCR at Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 3


427 477 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 7) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Outside) Case 3

89%

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4


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427 477 Plot Reference:


MPa MPa 12) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Outside) Case 4

89%

Circ Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 3


382 518 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 7) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Outside) Case 3

73%

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4


382 518 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 12) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Outside) Case 4

73%

Long Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 3


143 518 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 6) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Inside) Case 3

27%

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4


143 518 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 11) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Inside) Case 4

27%

Shell in Plate # 1 Vicinity

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 3


412 477 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 7) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Outside) Case 3

86%

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4


412 477 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 12) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Outside) Case 4

86%

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Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios


FE/Pipe Version 10.0 Jobname: NOZZLE $P
Released Nov 2017 11:38am JAN 20,2018

Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios $X

Shell SCR at Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q+F Damage Ratio Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 4


288 0.984 Life Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350
MPa 0.995 Stress Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000
Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 7,115.
Allowable "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 294.8
289.9 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 287.5
MPa WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 41,640.
WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 9,673.
99% WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 13,430.
BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 8,855.
Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.544
Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.648
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Plot Reference:
14) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 4

Circ Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q+F Damage Ratio Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 4


258 0.707 Life Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350
MPa 0.890 Stress Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000
Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 9,897.
Allowable "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 344.8
289.9 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 287.5
MPa WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 41,304.
WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 9,595.
88% WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 13,322.
BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 9,800.
Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 30.355
Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.032
Plot Reference:
14) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 4

Long Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q+F Damage Ratio Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 4


96 0.018 Life Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350
MPa 0.332 Stress Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000
Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 392,532.
Allowable "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 344.8
289.9 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 287.5
MPa WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 964,813.
WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 224,135.
33% WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 311,183.
BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 188,394.
Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.774
Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.564
Plot Reference:
13) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 4

Shell in Plate # 1 Vicinity

Pl+Pb+Q+F Damage Ratio Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 4


206 0.331 Life Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000
MPa 0.711 Stress Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000
Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 21,128.
Allowable "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 294.8
289.9 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 287.5
MPa WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 48,033.
WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 11,158.
71% WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 15,492.
BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 9,868.
Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.575
Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.635
Plot Reference:
14) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 4

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3d

3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d 3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d
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3d(Small) 3d

3d(Small) 3d
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3d(Small) 3d
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Lifting Lug Calcs: Left Side

Lifting Lug Calculations: Lug(s) on Left End of Vessel

Input Values:

Lifting Lug Material SA-516 70


Lifting Lug Yield Stress Yield 262.00 MPa

Total Height of Lifting Lug w 400.0000 mm


Thickness of Lifting Lug t 40.0000 mm 30 mm
Diameter of Hole in Lifting Lug dh 100.0000 mm
Radius of Semi-Circular Arc of Lifting Lug r 100.0000 mm
Height of Lug from bottom to Center of Hole h 200.0000 mm
Offset from Vessel OD to Center of Hole off 100.0000 mm
Lug Fillet Weld Size tw 20.0000 mm
Length of weld along side of Lifting Lug wl 400.0000 mm
Length of Weld along Bottom of Lifting Lug wb 20.0000 mm
Thickness of Collar (if any) tc 0.0000 mm
Diameter of Collar (if any) dc 0.0000 mm
Impact Factor Impfac 1.20
Sling Angle from Horizontal 105.0000 deg
Number of Lugs in Group 1

Lifting Lug Orientation to Vessel: Perpendicular


Lift Orientation : Horizontal Lift

PV Elite does not compute weak axis bending forces on the lugs. It is
assumed that a spreader bar is used.

Computed Results:

Total vessel weight (No Liquid) 503826.97 N


Design Reaction force at the tailing lug 302296.19 N
Design Reaction force at the lifting lug 302296.19 N

Force Along Vessel Axis Fax -81000.02 N


Force Normal to Vessel Fn 302296.19 N
Force Tangential to Vessel Ft 0.00 N

Converting the weld leg dimension (tw) to the weld throat dimension.

Weld Group Inertia Calculations:

Weld Group Inertia about the Circumferential Axis Ilc 0.175E+09 mm^4
Weld Group Centroid distance in the Long. Direction Yll 214.140 mm
Dist. of Weld Group Centroid from Lug bottom Yll_b 200.000 mm
Weld Group Inertia about the Longitudinal Axis Ill 2098523.000 mm^4
Weld Group Centroid Distance in the Circ. Direction Ylc 20.000 mm

Note: The Impact Factor is applied to the Forces acting on the Lug.

Primary Shear Stress in the Welds due to Shear Loads [Ssll]:


= sqrt( Fax2 + Ft2 + Fn2 )/(( 2 * (wl + wb) ) * tw )
= sqrt(-810002+02+3022962)/((2*(400+20))*14.14)
= 26.35 MPa

Shear Stress in the Welds due to Bending Loads [Sblf]:


= (Fn*(h-Yll_b)) *Yll/Ilc + (Fax*off *Yll/Ilc) + (Ft*off *Ylc/Ill)
= (302296 *(200 -200 )) * 214.1/175087696 +
(-81000 *100 * 214.1/175087696 ) +
(0 *100 * 20/2098523 )
= -9.91 MPa

Total Shear Stress for Combined Loads [St]:


= Ssll + Sblf
= 26.35 + -9.907
= 16.44 MPa
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Lifting Lug Calcs: Left Side

Allowable Shear Stress for Combined Loads [Sta]:


= 0.4 * Yield * Occfac (AISC Shear Allowable)
= 0.4 * 262 * 1
= 104.80 MPa

Shear Stress in Lug above Hole [Shs]:


= sqrt( Pl2 + Fax2 ) / Sha
= sqrt( 3022962 + -810002 )/4000
= 78.25 MPa

Allowable Shear Stress in Lug above Hole [Sas]:


= 0.4 * Yield * Occfac
= 0.4 * 262 * 1
= 104.80 MPa

Pin Hole Bearing Stress [Pbs]:


= sqrt( Fax2 + Fn2 ) / ( t * dh )
= sqrt( -810002 + 3022962 )/( 40 * 100 )
= 78.25 MPa

Allowable Bearing Stress [Pba]:


= min( 0.75 * Yield * Occfac, 0.9 * Yield ) AISC Bearing All.
= min( 0.75 * 262 * 1, 235.8 )
= 196.50 MPa

Bending Stress at the Base of the Lug [Fbs]:


= Ft * off/(w * t2/6) + Fax * off/(w2 * t/6)
= 0 * 100/(400 * 402/6) +
-81000 * 100/(4002 * 40/6)
= -7.59 MPa

Tensile Stress at the Base of the Lug [Fa]:


= Fn / (w * t)
= -81000/(400 * 40 )
= 18.90 MPa

Total Combined Stress at the Base of the Lug:


= Fbs + Fa
= -7.594 + 18.9
= 11.30 MPa

Lug Allowable Stress for Bending and Tension:


= min( 0.66 * Yield * Occfac, 0.75 * Yield )
= min( 0.66 * 262 * 1, 196.5 )
= 172.92 MPa

Required Shackle Pin Diameter [Spd]:


= sqrt[(2 * sqrt(Fn2 + Fax2)/( Pi * Sta))]
= sqrt[2 * sqrt(3022962 + -810002)/( Pi * 104.8 )]
= 43.6036 mm
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Lifting Lug Calcs: Right Side

Lifting Lug Calculations: Lug(s) on Right End of Vessel

Input Values:

Lifting Lug Material SA-516 70


Lifting Lug Yield Stress Yield 262.00 MPa

Total Height of Lifting Lug w 400.0000 mm


Thickness of Lifting Lug t 40.0000 mm 30mm
Diameter of Hole in Lifting Lug dh 100.0000 mm
Radius of Semi-Circular Arc of Lifting Lug r 100.0000 mm
Height of Lug from bottom to Center of Hole h 200.0000 mm
Offset from Vessel OD to Center of Hole off 100.0000 mm
Lug Fillet Weld Size tw 20.0000 mm
Length of weld along side of Lifting Lug wl 400.0000 mm
Length of Weld along Bottom of Lifting Lug wb 20.0000 mm
Thickness of Collar (if any) tc 0.0000 mm
Diameter of Collar (if any) dc 0.0000 mm
Impact Factor Impfac 1.20
Sling Angle from Horizontal 105.0000 deg
Number of Lugs in Group 1

Lifting Lug Orientation to Vessel: Perpendicular


Lift Orientation : Horizontal Lift

PV Elite does not compute weak axis bending forces on the lugs. It is
assumed that a spreader bar is used.

Computed Results:

Total vessel weight (No Liquid) 503826.97 N


Design Reaction force at the tailing lug 302296.19 N
Design Reaction force at the lifting lug 302296.19 N

Force Along Vessel Axis Fax -81000.02 N


Force Normal to Vessel Fn 302296.19 N
Force Tangential to Vessel Ft 0.00 N

Converting the weld leg dimension (tw) to the weld throat dimension.

Weld Group Inertia Calculations:

Weld Group Inertia about the Circumferential Axis Ilc 0.175E+09 mm^4
Weld Group Centroid distance in the Long. Direction Yll 214.140 mm
Dist. of Weld Group Centroid from Lug bottom Yll_b 200.000 mm
Weld Group Inertia about the Longitudinal Axis Ill 2098523.000 mm^4
Weld Group Centroid Distance in the Circ. Direction Ylc 20.000 mm

Note: The Impact Factor is applied to the Forces acting on the Lug.

Primary Shear Stress in the Welds due to Shear Loads [Ssll]:


= sqrt( Fax2 + Ft2 + Fn2 )/(( 2 * (wl + wb) ) * tw )
= sqrt(-810002+02+3022962)/((2*(400+20))*14.14)
= 26.35 MPa

Shear Stress in the Welds due to Bending Loads [Sblf]:


= (Fn*(h-Yll_b)) *Yll/Ilc + (Fax*off *Yll/Ilc) + (Ft*off *Ylc/Ill)
= (302296 *(200 -200 )) * 214.1/175087696 +
(-81000 *100 * 214.1/175087696 ) +
(0 *100 * 20/2098523 )
= -9.91 MPa

Total Shear Stress for Combined Loads [St]:


= Ssll + Sblf
= 26.35 + -9.907
= 16.44 MPa
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Lifting Lug Calcs: Right Side

Allowable Shear Stress for Combined Loads [Sta]:


= 0.4 * Yield * Occfac (AISC Shear Allowable)
= 0.4 * 262 * 1
= 104.80 MPa

Shear Stress in Lug above Hole [Shs]:


= sqrt( Pl2 + Fax2 ) / Sha
= sqrt( 3022962 + -810002 )/4000
= 78.25 MPa

Allowable Shear Stress in Lug above Hole [Sas]:


= 0.4 * Yield * Occfac
= 0.4 * 262 * 1
= 104.80 MPa

Pin Hole Bearing Stress [Pbs]:


= sqrt( Fax2 + Fn2 ) / ( t * dh )
= sqrt( -810002 + 3022962 )/( 40 * 100 )
= 78.25 MPa

Allowable Bearing Stress [Pba]:


= min( 0.75 * Yield * Occfac, 0.9 * Yield ) AISC Bearing All.
= min( 0.75 * 262 * 1, 235.8 )
= 196.50 MPa

Bending Stress at the Base of the Lug [Fbs]:


= Ft * off/(w * t2/6) + Fax * off/(w2 * t/6)
= 0 * 100/(400 * 402/6) +
-81000 * 100/(4002 * 40/6)
= -7.59 MPa

Tensile Stress at the Base of the Lug [Fa]:


= Fn / (w * t)
= -81000/(400 * 40 )
= 18.90 MPa

Total Combined Stress at the Base of the Lug:


= Fbs + Fa
= -7.594 + 18.9
= 11.30 MPa

Lug Allowable Stress for Bending and Tension:


= min( 0.66 * Yield * Occfac, 0.75 * Yield )
= min( 0.66 * 262 * 1, 196.5 )
= 172.92 MPa

Required Shackle Pin Diameter [Spd]:


= sqrt[(2 * sqrt(Fn2 + Fax2)/( Pi * Sta))]
= sqrt[2 * sqrt(3022962 + -810002)/( Pi * 104.8 )]
= 43.6036 mm
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Tabular Results 

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe®. Stress results are post‐processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME 
Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2.  

Analysis Time Stamp: Sat Jan 20 11:55:10 2018.

 Model Notes  
 Load Case Report  
 Solution Data  
 ASME Code Stress Output Plots  
 Stress Results ‐ Notes  
 ASME Overstressed Areas   
 Highest Primary Stress Ratios  
 Highest Secondary Stress Ratios  
 Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios  
 Graphical Results  

Model Notes
Model Notes

Input Echo:

Description:

Bottom Lifting Lug

Model Type : Cylindrical Shell

Parent Geometry
Parent Outside Diam. : 323.800 mm.
Thickness : 22.008 mm. 12"Sch 140
Fillet Along Shell : 10.000 mm.

Parent Properties:
Cold Allowable : 117.9 MPa
Hot Allowable : 117.9 MPa
Material DB # 1008218.
Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 413.7 MPa
Yield Strength (Amb) : 241.3 MPa
Yield Strength (Hot) : 235.8 MPa
Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 202720.0 MPa
Poissons Ratio : 0.300
Expansion Coefficient : 0.1177E-04 mm./mm./deg.
Weight Density : 0.0000E+00 N /cu.mm.(NOT USED)

Structural Attachment Type : Longitudinal Lug

Thickness : 40.000 mm.


Height : 400.000 mm.
Length : 200.000 mm.
Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg.
Distance from Top : 330.000 mm.
Distance from Bottom : 5630.000 mm.

Nozzle Properties
Cold Allowable : 137.9 MPa
Hot Allowable : 137.9 MPa
Material DB # 1014518.
Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 482.6 MPa
Yield Strength (Amb) : 262.0 MPa
Yield Strength (Hot) : 256.5 MPa
Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 202720.0 MPa
Poissons Ratio : 0.300
Expansion Coefficient : 0.1177E-04 mm./mm./deg.
Weight Density : 0.0000E+00 N /cu.mm. (NOT USED)

Design Operating Cycles : 7000.


Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 21.10
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Uniform thermal expansion produces no stress in this geometry.
Any thermal loads will come through operating forces and
moments applied through the nozzle.

Nozzle Inside Temperature : 48.00 deg.


Nozzle Outside Temperature : 48.00 deg.
Vessel Inside Temperature : 48.00 deg.
Vessel Outside Temperature : 48.00 deg.

Nozzle Pressure : 0.103 MPa


Vessel Pressure : 0.103 MPa

Operating Pressure : 0.1 MPa

The operating pressure is used for secondary and peak stress


cases. The design pressure is used for primary cases. The ratio
of the operating/design pressure = 1.000

User Defined Load Input Echo:


Loads are given at the End of Nozzle
Loads are defined in Local Coordinates

Forces( N ) Moments (N-m)

Load Case FX FY FZ MX MY MZ
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
OPER: -302296.2 81000.0 81000.0 8103.3 8103.3 8103.3

FEA Model Loads:


These are the actual loads applied to the FEA model.
These are the User Defined Loads translated to the
end of the nozzle and reported in global coordinates.

Forces( N ) Moments (N-m)

Load Case FX FY FZ MX MY MZ
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
OPER: -302296.2 81000.0 81000.0 8103.3 8103.3 8103.3

The "top" or "positive" end of this model is "free" in


the axial and translational directions.

Stresses ARE nodally AVERAGED.

Vessel Centerline Vector : 1.000 0.000 0.000


Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 1.000 0.000

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Load Case Report


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Load Case Report $X

Inner and outer element temperatures are the same


throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting
calculations will be performed.

THE 4 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE:

1 WEIGHT ONLY (Wgt Only)

Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range


between the installed and the operating states.

/-------- Loads in Case 1


Loads due to Weight

2 SUSTAINED (Wgt+Pr)

Sustained case run to satisfy local primary


membrane and bending stress limits.

/-------- Loads in Case 2


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Loads due to Weight
Pressure Case 1

3 OPERATING

Case run to compute the operating stresses used in


secondary, peak and range calculations as needed.

/-------- Loads in Case 3


Pressure Case 1
Loads from (Operating)

4 RANGE (Fatigue Calc Performed)

Case run to get the RANGE of stresses.


as described in NB-3222.2, 5.5.3.2, 5.5.5.2 or 5.5.6.1.

/-------- Combinations in Range Case 4


Plus Stress Results from CASE 3
Minus Stress Results from CASE 1

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Solution Data
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Solution Data

Maximum Solution Row Size = 1098


Number of Nodes = 8707
Number of Elements = 2908
Number of Solution Cases = 3

Summation of Loads per Case

Case # FX FY FZ

1 0. 0. 0.
2 7368. 0. 0.
3 -294928. 81000. 81000.

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ASME Code Stress Output Plots


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ASME Code Stress Output Plots $X

1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

2) Qb < SPS (SUS,Bending) Case 2

3) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (SUS,Inside) Case 2

4) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (SUS,Outside) Case 2

5) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2

6) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Inside) Case 3

7) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Outside) Case 3

8) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 3


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9) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 3

10) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (OPE,S1+S2+S3) Case 3

11) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Inside) Case 4

12) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Outside) Case 4

13) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 4

14) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 4

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Stress Results - Notes


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Stress Results - Notes

- Results in this analysis were generated using the finite


element solution method.

- Using 2013-2015 ASME Section VIII Division 2

- Use Polished Bar fatigue curve.

- Ratio between Operating and Design Pressure = 1.000000


Assume pressure increases all other stresses.

- Assume free end displacements of attached pipe


(e.g. thermal loads) are secondary within the limits
of nozzle reinforcement.

- Use Equivalent Stress (Von Mises).

- Include S1+S2+S3 evaluation for operating stress.


Include S1+S2+S3 evaluation in primary case evaluation.
Assume bending stress not local primary for S1+S2+S3.

- Use local tensor values for averaged and not


averaged stresses.

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ASME Overstressed Areas


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ASME Overstressed Areas $X

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

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Highest Primary Stress Ratios


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Highest Primary Stress Ratios $X

Shell SCR at Plate # 1

Pl SPL Primary Membrane Load Case 2


1 236 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

0%

Long Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl SPL Primary Membrane Load Case 2


0 256 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

0%

Shell in Plate # 1 Vicinity

Pl SPL Primary Membrane Load Case 2


1 236 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

0%

Long Plate for Plate # 1

Pl SPL Primary Membrane Load Case 2


0 256 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 1) Pl < SPL (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

0%

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Highest Secondary Stress Ratios


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Shell SCR at Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 3


343 477 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 7) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Outside) Case 3

71%

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4


343 477 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 12) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Outside) Case 4

71%

Long Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 3


418 518 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 6) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Inside) Case 3

80%

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4


418 518 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 11) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Inside) Case 4
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80%

Shell in Plate # 1 Vicinity

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 3


359 477 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 7) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Outside) Case 3

75%

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4


359 477 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 12) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Outside) Case 4

75%

Long Plate for Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 3


196 518 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 6) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (OPE,Inside) Case 3

37%

Pl+Pb+Q SPS Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4


196 518 Plot Reference:
MPa MPa 11) Pl+Pb+Q < SPS (EXP,Inside) Case 4

37%

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Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios


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Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios $X

Shell SCR at Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q+F Damage Ratio Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 4


231 0.473 Life Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350
MPa 0.798 Stress Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000
Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 14,805.
Allowable "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 294.8
289.9 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 287.5
MPa WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 83,725.
WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 19,450.
79% WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 27,004.
BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 17,162.
Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.406
Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.711
Plot Reference:
14) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 4

Long Plate SCR for Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q+F Damage Ratio Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 4


282 0.920 Life Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350
MPa 0.972 Stress Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000
Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 7,609.
Allowable "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 344.8
289.9 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 287.5
MPa WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 29,124.
WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 6,766.
97% WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 9,393.
BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 6,054.
Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.405
Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.712
Plot Reference:
13) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 4
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Shell in Plate # 1 Vicinity

Pl+Pb+Q+F Damage Ratio Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 4


179 0.217 Life Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000
MPa 0.619 Stress Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000
Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 32,279.
Allowable "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 294.8
289.9 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 287.5
MPa WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 70,033.
WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 16,269.
61% WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 22,588.
BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 14,932.
Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.596
Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.627
Plot Reference:
14) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 4

Long Plate for Plate # 1

Pl+Pb+Q+F Damage Ratio Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 4


98 0.019 Life Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000
MPa 0.338 Stress Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000
Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 363,920.
Allowable "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 344.8
289.9 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 287.5
MPa WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 323,812.
WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 75,225.
33% WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 104,440.
BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 58,717.
Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.236
Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.809
Plot Reference:
13) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 4

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3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)

3d(Small) 3d

3d(Deformed)
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3d(Small) 3d

3d(Small) 3d
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3d(Small) 3d

3d(Small) 3d