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Customer

Sample calculation

Equipment

Column

Tag No.

Date

17.11.2007

Design Reference: Pressure Vessel Design Handbook written by E.F. Meysey

Wind Data :

IS : 875 Part - 3 - 1987

Earthquate Date : IS : 1893 - 2002

Wind Moment calculation

D1

H1

D2

H2

D3

HT

h1

h2

ht

H

Vb

K1

K2

K3

Vz

Vz

Pz

Pz

Pz

V

V1

V2

V3

M

M

**Diameter of upper section
**

Length of upper section

Diameter of Middle section

Length of MIddle section

Diameter of Lower Skirt section

Length of Skirt section

Height of Point at which Wind load is concentrated for upper section =H1 /2 + H

Height of Point at which Wind load is concentrated for Lower section =H2/2 + H

Height of Point at which Wind load is concentrated for Skirt Section = HT/2

Total overall height

Basic Wind Speed - Site - Mumbai ( Appendix - A - IS 785 -III)

Probability factory (Risk coefficient- See 5.3.1 - IS-875-III)

Terrain Height and Structure Size (See 5.3.2 - IS-875-III)

Category - 2 and Class A

Topography Factor

Design Wind Speed

= Vb x K1 x K2 x K3

Wind Pressure

= 0.6 x Vz 2

Shear Force

= (Pz x D1 x H1)

= (Pz x D2 x H2)

= (Pz x D3 x HT)

Wind Moment

= V 1 x h1 + V2 x h2 +V1 x ht

Rev. No :

0

2.00

22.67

1.67

37.66

2.57

3.66

52.66

22.49

1.83

63.99

44

1

1.07

Feet

Feet

Feet

Feet

Feet

Feet

Feet

Feet

Feet

Feet

m/sec

1

47.08 m/sec

1329.92 N/m3

84.6771 lb/feet3

3839.36 lb

5315.47 lb

794.73 lb

323170.39 lb. Ft

**Seismic Moment Calculation
**

Site

Zone

Z

I

R

y

g

T

T

Sa/g

Mumbai

III

Zone Factor

Imprtance Factor - Table - 6 - IS:1893-2002

Response Reduction Factor - Table - 7 - IS:1893-2002

Considering Limit of deflection : 6 in Per 100 Feet

Acceleration due to gravity

Period of Vibration

= 2 x pi x (y/g)0.5

Average response acceleration co-efficient

Cl. 6.4.5 - IS:1893 - 2002, Soil - Medium soil sites

0.16

1

4

1.3602 In

386.0000 in/sec2

0.372916369 sec

2.5

Ah

Ah

W

Vb

Vb

**Design Horizontal Acceleration spectrum
**

Z x I / R x (Sa/g)

Operating Weight

Design Seismic Base Shear

Ah x W

M

M

**Max. Moment at the base
**

2 xVb x H / 3

112832.07 lb.ft

Governing Moment is greater for Wind and Seismic Moment

323170.39 lb.ft

0.100

26448 lb

2644.8 lb

Design Calculation for Column Skirt Support Customer Sample calculation Equipment Column Tag No.ft R D S E W Radius of Skirt outside Outside diameter of Skirt Max.36 84.ft lb/ft3 Feet 14.3 .66 3839.Ht (V .4151 10.11.53 13800 1 26448 in in PSI 0.IS-2062 Gr.2007 Design Reference: Pressure Vessel Design Handbook written by E.5 x Pz x D3 x Ht) 310579.Required Tr = ( 12 x MT / R2 x pi x S x E ) + ( W / D x Pi x S x E) Adding Corrosion Allowance Total Required Sheel thickness Actual Provided Skirt shell thickness Hence design is safe lb.57 Mt M . Meysey Wind Data : IS : 875 Part .F.54 3.39 3.ft Feet lb.0.00 mm . Allowable Stess .2002 Skirt shell thickness calculation Rev. A Weld Efficiency Static Lead Tr Skirt shell thickness .76 29.09 lb.54 in mm mm mm lb 16. No : 0 M HT V Pz D3 Mt Governing Moment at base of column Length of Skirt section Shear Force Wind Pressure Diameter of Lower Skirt section Moment at Base Bottom head seam 323170. Date 17.68 2.00 13.1987 Earthquate Date : IS : 1893 .

IS 2062 Gr.in Foot Bold Circle Diameter in in Ratio of Modulus of Elasticity of steel and Concrete (Table .ft Constant Factors based on value of K Cc Ct J Z 1.5 Adding Corrosion allowance Required Root diameter Provided M40 x 12 Nos.IS 2062 Gr.36 3 39.3947 ~ 0.765 2. Date 17. A) Total Load Assume Base ring width Maximum Moment at base (Governing Wind Moment) Fcb Assume Compressive stress at the BCD .W x d) / (Ct x Sa x J x d) Nb Ar d d CA dr No of bolts Required Root area of one anchor bolts = ( 4 x Ar / Pi )0.1987 Earthquate Date : IS : 1893 .224 0.90 This is in sufficient agreement with the assemed value of Fcb = 900 PSI Bt Bt Required area of Anchor Bolts =2 x Pi x ( 12 x M .40 K 3.E .28 39. A) Allowable stress of Anchor Bolts(MOC .00 1200.00 323170.Design Calculation for Column Skirt Support Customer Sample Calculation Equipment Steam Generator Tag No. Hence design is safe 19.609 1.F.Fcb 900. Page 66) Allowable compressive strength of concrete (As per Table E Page 66) Allowable stress of Base ring (MOC .39 0 Feet in PSI PSI PSI PSI in lb.00 26448.00 13800.416 Calculate Fcb based on Factor K calculated above Fcb Fc x ( 2 x K x d / ( 2 x K x d + L) 907. No : D d n Fc S Sa W L M Bolt Circle Diameter . Meysey Wind Data : IS : 875 Part .00 10.7640 0.37 10.2007 Design Reference: Pressure Vessel Design Handbook written by E.00 PSI 1 / ( 1 + (Sa / n x Fcb)) 0.36 in2 in2 mm mm mm .11.3 .2002 Design of Anchor Bolts and Base Rings Rev.00 13800.4313 36. Bolts.304 in2 12 1.

Date 17.3 .11.F.00 10. No : Calculate Tensile load on Anchor bolts D Bolt Circle Diameter .Design Calculation for Column Skirt Support Customer Sample Calculation Equipment Column Tag No.94 0.84 in 140976.224 0.75 lb 0.94 PSI Checking values of K which was calculated with assumed values of Fcb = 900 PSI and Sa = 13800 PSI K 1 / ( 1 + (Sa / n x Fcb)) 0.71 lb Sa Fc Fcb = Ft/ (ts x r x Ct) = Ft + W = Fc / ( L4 + n x ts ) x r x Cc 18881.ts Fc Fcb Fcb = Ft + W Compressive load on the concrete = Fc / ( L4 + n x ts ) x r x Cc 3.1561 in 16758. Page 66) L Assume Base ring width M Maximum Moment at base (Governing Wind Moment) Constant Factors based on value of K Cc Ct J Z Ft =(M-WxZxD)/(JxD) ts = Bt / Pi x d Sa Sa L4 Tensile Stress in the Anchor Bolts = Ft/ (ts x r x Ct) = L .00 323170.7640 0.E .0578 1.22 lb S Fc Compressive stress in anchor bolts Sn x Fcb Compressive stress in the concrete at the outer edge of baes ring Fcb x ( 2 x K x d + L ) / ( 2 x K x d) 752.0504 Constant Factors based on value of K Cc Ct J Z 2.386 Ft =(M-WxZxD)/(JxD) 112561.784 0. Meysey Wind Data : IS : 875 Part .18 PSI 9.28 39.416 114528.ft 1.48 PSI 139009.in Foot d Bold Circle Diameter in in W Total Load n Ratio of Modulus of Elasticity of steel and Concrete (Table .39 0 Feet in PSI in lb.75 PSI 88.1987 Earthquate Date : IS : 1893 .37 26448.2002 Base Ring Thickness calculation Rev.2333 PSI 264.00 10.765 2.78 PSI .71 lb 75.2007 Design Reference: Pressure Vessel Design Handbook written by E.

use gussets Use 12 Nos.190 x Fc x L12 =( 6 x M / S )0.10 mm 48. of gussets.776 in 45. .5 To reduce the thickness of base ring.31 in 0.5 Base Ring Thickness provided Use Gussets across Bolt Holes Bolt Size and Qty 219.751 mm 10. x 25 mm M40 x 12 Nos.32 7252.Required Thickness of base ring L1 Tb Distance between Base OD and skirt OD L1 x ( 3 x Fc / S)^0.0698 x Fc x b My = 0.00 mm 12 Nos. the distance between the gussets b = ( Pi x d / 12 ) L1/b From Table F Tb Conclusion 1 2 3 8 in 1.73 1.9193 In 48.776 2 Mx = 0.

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