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Calculation API 650

# Calculation API 650

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1Design Data2Roof Design3Shell Desin4Compression Area Design5Bottom Plate Design6Intermediate Wind Girder Calculations7Stabiltility Calculations Against Wind Load8Stabiltility Calculations Against Seismic Load8.1Resistance To Over Turning8.2Shell Compression For Unanchored Tanks8.3Maximum Allowable Shell Compression For Unanchored Tanks8.4Shell Compression For Anchored Tanks8.5Maximum Allowable Shell Compression For Anchored Tanks9Uplift Load Cases As Per API 650 Table 3-21a10Anchor Chair Calculations11Foundation Loading Data12Nozzle Reinforcement Calculations(LATER)13Nozzle Flexibility Analysis As Per Appendix P of API 650(LATER)14Venting Calculations As Per API 2000(LATER)
ROOF THICKNESS VERIFICATION AS PER API 620

7.1)Roof Thickness and Compression Area Verification As Per API 620Nomenclature
P=Total pressure in lbs/ft
2
acting at a given level of the tank uparticular condition of loading.=P
1
+ P
g
P1=Pressure in lbs/ft
2
resulting from the liquid head at the levconsideration in the tank.Pg=Gas pressure in lbs/ft
2
above the surface of the liquid. Thwgas pressure(not exceeding 15 lbs/ft
2
) is the nominal pressof the tank. Pg is the positive except in computation used tthe ability of the tank to withstand a partial vacuum; in succomputations its value is negative.T
1
=Meridional unit force in lbs/inch of latitudinal arc, in the wat the level of the tank under consideration.T
1
is positive when in tension.T
2
=Latitudinal unit force in lbs/in of maridional arc, in the wallunder consideration. T2 is positive when in tension.(in cyliside walls the latitudinal unit forces are circumfrential unitR
1
=Radius of curvature of the tank side wall in inch in a meridiat the level under consideration. R
1
is to be considered newhen it is on the side of the tank wall opposite from R
2
excas provided in 5.10.2.6R
2
=Length in inch of the normal to the tank wall at the level uconsideration measured from the wall of the tank to the arevolution. R
2
is always positive except as provided in 5.10.W=Total weight in lbs of that portion of the tank and its conteabove the level under consideration, as in figure 5-4 panelbelow it, as in figure 5-4 panel a) that is treated as a free bcomputations for that level. Strictly speaking the total wei

include the weight of all metal, gas and liquid in the portiotank treated as described; however the gas weight is neglithe metal weight may be negligible compared with the liquW shall be given the same sign as P when it acts in the samdirection as the pressure on the horizontal face of the freeit shall be given the opposite sign when it acts in the opposdirection.A
t
=Cross section area in in of the side walls, roof or bottom oat the level under consideration.t=Thickness in inch of the side walls, roof or bottom of the taat the level under consideration.c=Corrosion allowance in inchE=Joint efficiencyS
ts
=Maximum allowable stress for simple tension in lbs/in astable 5-1S
ca
=Allowable compresive stress in lbs/in
2
established as prescin 5.5.4
Design Data :
Desig CodeClient's SpecsFluidSulphuric AcidMaterialA36Design Density of Contents=1820=113.623Density of water for hydrotest1000=62.43Specific Gravity Of Contents1.82Material Yield Strength=248.21=36000Design Temperature 100Internal Pressure =1.015146.16Extrenal Pressure=0.0725Liquid Level =4200=13.78API 620 10
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