The Pressure Vessel Handbook covers design and construction methods of pressure vessels made of carbon steel. The Handbook reflects the continuous revisions of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 1; as well as ANSI standards, API specifications, piping codes, and pressure vessel laws. The book contains 460 illustrations, 95 tables, and 30 charts.
Table Of Contents: Part I: Design and Construction of Pressure Vessels Vessels under internal pressure Vessels under external pressure Design of tall towers Vessel supports Openings Nozzle loads Reinforcement at the junction of cone to cylinder Welding of pressure vessels Regulations, specifications Materials of foreign countries Welded tanks Piping codes Rectangular tanks Corrosion Miscellaneous Painting of steel surfaces Part II: Geometry and Layout of Pressure Vessels Geometrical formulas Geometrical problems and construction Solution of right triangles Optimum vessel size Flat rings made of sectors Frustum of concentric cone Frustum of eccentric cone Bent and mitered pipes Intersections Drop at the intersection of vessel and nozzle Table for locating points on 2:1 ellipsoidal heads Length of arcs Circumferences and areas of circles Appurtenances Part III: Measures and Weights Table of properties of pipes, tubes Dimensions of heads, flanges, long welding necks, welding fittings, screwed couplings Weight of shells and heads, pipes and fittings, flanges, openings, packing and insulation, plates, circular plates, bolts Volume of shells and heads, partial volumes in horizontal cylinders, partial volumes in ellipsoidal and spherical heads Conversion tables Part IV: Design of Steel Structures Stress and strain formulas Properties of sections Center of gravity Beam formulas Design of welded joints Example calculations Bolted connections Part V: Miscellaneous Abbreviations Codes, standards, specifications List of organizations Literature Definitions Index
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