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Lyons Valve Designer

Lyons Valve Designer

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summary of the book Lyons valve design handbook
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Lyons valve designer’s handbook 1. Valve in general 2. Valve engineering data and design data a. Design factor b.

Valve spring design c. High temperature spring and cause of spring failure d. Design nuclear control valve e. Design consideration for one and three-piece ball valve for use with dry chorine f. Selection of valve materials for design and applications g. Selections of trim materials and applications table h. High temperature valve design considerations i. Valve design considerations for cryogenics and cold service j. Fail safe and fire safe requirement for valve actuators k. Fire testing of valves and associates equipment l. Growth of fire safe high performance butterfly valve m. Engineering data vacuum service terminology 3. Flow data for the designing of fluid components and systems a. Fluids mechanics for the valve designer b. Designing a relief valve for optimum flow c. Friction area and nozzle area for valves and fittings as new all-purpose flow parameters d. Updating K-factor formula for pressure drops in air valves e. Local resistance to flow f. Fluid throttling devices g. Close-clearance orifice h. Errorless orifices i. Airflow in components j. Which air-flow equations k. How to compute and combine fluid flow resistance in components l. Sizing relief valve for fluids m. Sizing butterfly valves n. Ball valve sizing formulas o. Pinch valve-valve sizing on/off service p. Some useful formulas q. Flow control, rangeability ,characteristics, and leakage 4. Dashpots, damping and fluid hammer a. Dashpots and damping b. Air snubber graphs c. Reduce fluid hammer d. Nodal model simplifies computer analysis of pressure surge 5. Cavitations a. How to protect materials against cavitations damage b. Experience combines with theory of counter cavitations in control valves c. Cavitations-minimizing its destructives effect in control valves 6. Noise abatement and valve noise calculations

Statics breaking strength of fasteners with machine screw threads k. Design with O-ring 10. ASTM. Pressure model of four-way spool valve for simulating electrohydraulics control systems c. Control valve noise rating : predictions vs reality c. Design analysis a. valve packing that don’t leak c. Screw threads and fasteners a. ‘grafoil’ packing for valve in Nuclear service-grade GTN f. Stainless steel P/M alloys-unique applications i. Screw thread forms c. Corrosions g. Materials a. and MS Screw and bolts 11. Design consideration in packless valve 9. Elementary analysis of valves using finite element methods b. Valve packing design a. Cross reference of alloy designations h. Stop noise in hydraulics systems 7. Methods for verifying the fatique and statics pressure rating of the pressure containing envelope of a metal fluid power component d. Screw thread classes unified screw thread series b. Vibrations in springs-loaded safety /relief valve 8. O-ring design data a. Graphite packing technique g. Simplified guide to NAS. Material selection guide d. Causes and cures of noise in steam piping systems d.SAE and ISO grade marking m. valve packing b. ‘Grafoil’ ribbon-pack design data d. Erosion by aqueous slurries in valve seat materials f.a. Comparison of properties of materials c. Chemical resistance guide e. IN-787 steel used for valves in arctic service h. Chemicals and mechanical properties of high strength alloys i. Plating and finishing specifications f. Using tungsten carbide when design valve components g. ‘Grafoil’ flange gasket and gasket type design data e. Using proper material when design valve components 12. Alloys strength characteristics l. Piping design and systems a. Standard limits of size d.AN. Comparison of materials b. Valve noise calculations b. Piping : industrial and process design basics . Torque j. Material selection for high and low temperature valve and piping systems j. Approximate hole size e.

Solenoid valve installations and trouble shooting d. Fundamental of control valve characterizations c. Fundamental of three-mode controllers b. Valve actuators Product Liability Maintenance . How to prevent valve failure c. Large valve testing Instrumentations and control a.13. Piping : process materials c. Cryogenic ball valve applications . Nuclear environment qualifications of safety related valves d. b. 14. 16.installations and trouble shooting a. Piping : Flexibility for novice designers d. Testing valve for flow and pressure drop c. Piping : specifying systems Valve test methods a. Using proper corrections factors for valve flow coefficient when testing b. Danger lurks around the corner b. 15.

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