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By Wingate, James A

Folllowing the good fortune of his first booklet concerning Hydraulics, Pipe move, commercial HVAC & software platforms, Mister Mech Mentor now bargains an all-new, easy-to-read selection of chapters that includes ASME Piping & strain Vessel Code functions. Written in a pleasant sort, this booklet presents the fundamental advantages of guideline by way of a private mentor who explains why and the way, whereas educating probably harmful classes in physics and engineering layout. Spared the embarrassment of painful blunders, either early-career and skilled engineers will achieve sensible wisdom from frank, colourful instances and discover ways to clear up numerous mechanical difficulties, together with: Pipe pressure & pressure Structural helps strain Vessels Jacketed Pipes Bellows-Type growth Joints technique Piping

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21 in. × 2 springs × 300 lb/in. = 126 lb, making the support force = 2 × 803 = 1,607 lb at Node 80. Also in the stress program printout with header Pipe Stress: Example No. ) This is not an excessive load for industrial plant pipe rack framing steel (LOAD CASE NO. 3, THL + WT). • At Node 50, the spring constant for Scheme #1 was 1,200 lb/in. (Grinnell Figure 82 Size 13 spring hanger), and for Scheme #2 the spring constant and Grinnell unit size (13) remain the same. However, in Scheme #1 the cold-set and (hot) operating loads are 2,509 and 2,416 pounds, respectively.

Grinnell Figure 82 Size 13 spring hanger), and for Scheme #2 the spring constant and Grinnell unit size (13) remain the same. However, in Scheme #1 the cold-set and (hot) operating loads are 2,509 and 2,416 pounds, respectively. In Scheme #2, by requesting the program to optimize the springs, we find the loadings are changed to 3,171 and 3,076 lb, respectively. • In similar fashion at Node 80, we find the same pair of springs, namely, two Grinnell Figure 82 Size 8 spring hangers having 300 lb/in.

Why? , OR IN THE SUPPORTING STEEL FRAME WHICH HOLDS UP THE PIPE SUPPORTS. IT DOES GIVE THE ENGINEER VERY ACCURATE LOAD REACTIONS AT THE SUPPORT NODAL POINTS, TO USE IN A SEPARATE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE PIPING SUPPORT COMPONENTS. ) In Example #1, the value was −7,425 lb, so optimization of the spring settings had very little effect on the remaining rigid support at Node 100. In both of these schemes, the loads on the header-tobranch connection at Node 120 are about equal. The vertical force runs about 4,800 lb and the moment about the vertical axis, that is, a horizontal plane, runs a little less than 27,000 ft-lb.

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