HEAT EXCHANGE IN_STITUTE
ADDENDUM 1 STANDARDS for STEAM SURFACE CONDENSERS

NINTH EDITION
Copyright 2002

December, 2002

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Comments or suggestions for further improvement are welcome and should be directed as follows: Heat Exchange Institute 1300 Sumner Avenue Cleveland.. This addendum must be used along with the 9th edition. The members of the Steam Surface Condenser Section continually strive to provide the latest information about steam surface condensers in an attempt to make the standards lireneficial for users and purchasers.=-'" . and clarification and corrections to typographical errors and other unclear items that appeared in the 9th edition. Ohio 44115 USA Fax: 216-241-0105 E-mail: hei@heatexchange. .org iii .. new material on support plate spacing. new standard tolerances for interfaces and supports.Foreword This addendum to the 9th edition of the Heat Exchange Institute Standards for Steam SUI/ace Condensers provides new material on turbine bypass and cathodic protection. updated correction factors and thermal conductivity values.org URL: www. expanded material on atmospheric relief devices.heatexchange.

90 14 0.88 0.96 0.64 0. HgA.00 1.62 0.~ ALUMINUM BRONZE 70-30 CU-NI 90-10 CU-NI ARSENICAL COPPER COPPER IRON 194 STAINLESS STEEL (TYPE 304) STAINLESS STEEL (TYPES 316/317) UNS S43035 UNS N08367 UNS S44735 UNS S44660 TITANIUM GRADES I & 2 COLD ROLLED CARBON STEEL 1. HgA.78 0.89 0.93 0.96 1. Table 3 FM TUBE MATERIAL AND GAUGE CORRECTION FACTOR TUBE MATERIALS _) TUBE WALL GAUGE .79 0.93 0.92 0.95 0.69 0.70 0.94 0.98 1.53 0.81 0.93 0.79 0.92 0.02 1.97 0. The venting equipment in operation should also have a minimum capacity of 40% of the free dry air (stated in Section 6) at O.04 0.0 I 0.93 0.92 0.89 0.04 0.02 0.89 1.93 0.67 0.01 1.98 1.99 0.97 18 1.00 23 1.02 1.98 0.72 0.63 0.66 0.81 Table 3 Page 12.04 1.00 0.92 0.S in.88 0.85 0.01 0. 4.02 1.71 0.04 1.01 0.03 1.97 1.04 1.91 0.86 0.89 0.90 0.88 0.00 0.95 1.86 0.71 0.99 1.82 0.97 0.66 0.03 0.75 0.48 0.03 1.84 0.61 0.02 0.BWG r ADMIRALTY METAL ALUMINUM BRASS _.74 0.80 0.~ ~~ Page 11.03 1.00 1.72 0.03 0.04 0.86 12 0.95 0.91 0.3°F when operation is lower than 1 in.88 0. Page 14.58 0.85 1.85 0. Table 4 Revise Note b) as follows: These ratios are for venting equipment rated at 1 in.77 0.82 0.02 0.02 1.82 0.90 0..98 0.71 0.02 1.56 0.54 0.s 16 0.03 1.3.93 1.95 0.94 .91 0.00 0.94 1.98 20 1.85 0.03 1.b3 0.87 0.78 0.96 0.89 0.89 0.92 0.90 0. HgA suction pressure and a temperature of SI.96 0.99 22 1.58 0.83 0.83 0.77 0.99 1.04 0. Paragraph Delete this paragraph.01 1.02 1.90 0.01 1.00 24 1.5 _L_ .

12 1.96 . 00 .Clarity of figure enhanced RJ TEMPERATURE ~ 1.16 CORRECTION FOR FRICTION LOSS IN TUBES 1. 1. 14' 1.04 R. .Page 18. 06 " .92 . 1.88 30 40 so 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 T+T -2I 2 Figure 7 2 . .1.94 .08 1.98 . Figure 7 .02 1. .1 " oj .10 1.

3. B-1 55/Ed3/5M/590/GF. 1990. B-151/Ed3/5!v!l590/GF.1. ~68 l\S S~3035 B 676 L\S \O~.-\ ~68 Ul\S S~735 .5) 0. 2.-\. Allegheny Ludlum Technicat Data Blue Sheet.6 X 10" .3 at 68 OF (a. 1976. Brass / 0301 0.1.7) 10. Data Center.. Bronze Copper Nickel 70-30 Copper \ickel 90-10 Arsenical Copper Copper Iron 19~ Stainless Steel Stainless Steel om '1' . 1989.28 0.2) 10.7) 5. I.301 10.2 at 70 of (a.5 X 10" 16 X 106 17. 4.163 (a31 0283 5. ~6q rxs S31600 L-\S S1 I'on . 6.6 X 106 lOA X 10" 9. .. ~ I~ 0.t 39-Ed5-5M-689-LfJ. 1998 except where otherwise indicated.l) (a.6) 5.0 X 10' 27ha~\o' (a.1.Cure Stainless Steel Tubing.5 at 70 OF 8.2) 12.6 at 70 of (a.5) 8.1.323 (3 I) me x 10" 10.4 X 10" 4.0 X 10' (a II 0.2 X 10" (a.S.1 at 70 OF 12. (b) Selection of materials is the responsibility of the purchaser. Allegheny Ludlum Cornmunicaton to HE!.0 X 10' 15. 17. 5.6j .J_J nox 106 18.5 X 106 28.7) 11. Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code Section II.5 X 106 Notes: (a) The origin of the above typical physical properties is the A. 179 .) 10" 9.5 X 106 COPPER BASE ALLOYS Alum. Trent Sea .~8 la. Copper Development Association-Standards Handbook Pan Two Alloy Data.M.E.-\~~9 .0 X 106 8.1.1.2) 68 at 68 OF (a.0 X 106 (a.l) 8.~9 (a.dmira'ltv 0308 (a I) 64 at 68 OF (a. 268 U\S S~660 B 338 Grades I&~ . _ or parts of the equipment due to erosion or corrosion or any other causes. Allegheny Ludlum Technical Data Blue Sheet.6 X 106 16 X 106 Alum. 7.~9 la6} 0. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for deterioration of any part .0 X 10' 17.6 X 10' (a.~H .1. (c) Copper Base Alloys-70-550 OF Stainless 70-550 OF Titanium-I 00-250 OF Carbon Steel-Mean 150 OF 3 . 1973. Trent Tube Altoy and Application Data. B.68 at 70 OF 27.. ~ 13 . 1989.3 X 106 (aA) 0. Structural Alloys Handbook Mechanical Prop.Page 23. I) 150 at 68 OF 8.. Allegheny Ludlum Technical Data Blue Sheet.1.. 1990.5 X 10' 29.6 X 10" (aA) 28.34 X 10" 29. FOR CONDENSER TUBES (b) PROPERTIES k See Notes Below Material Categorv \!aterial PHYSICAL p a (c) E (a)70° F .5X 10" (a.1. l.6) 29..29 0...7 X 10" 7.~8 la7) 0.l) 10. Part D. I) 58at68°F 46 at 68 OF (al) 17 at 68 of 26 at 68 of (al) 112at68°F (a.1 at 68 OF (a. Table 6 MATERIALS TlpicaIAST\! Specification Allov Designation Bill B 5~3 l\S C-I-1300 l\S C+!-lOO l\S CWOO B III B 5~3 l\S C68700 Bill B 5~3 L\S C60800 Bill B 5~3 L\S C71'00 Bill B 5~3 L\S 00600 Bill B 5~3 rxs CI~~UO B 5~3 rxs CI9~OO .3 X 10' om STAINLESS STEELS Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Sleel TITANIUM CARBON STEEL Titanium Carbon Steel ~13 ~69 L\S S30~OO .

Page 27.7. Paragraph 5.7. Paragraph 4. Careful design and planning are essential.j. 5.2 Revise as follows: 5. Condenser Manufacturers do not guarantee performance for this service. Page 29.4.4. 5. and customer specifications must clearly outline all expected operational modes. Paragraph-t.S Revise to read as follows: . Page 29. It is imperative that customers cooperate with the condenser Manufacturer to assure all conditions are examined prior to the final design.3 The total amount of energy released to the condenser can vary over a wide range.1 General 5.2 Operation of turbine bypass should occur with 100% circulating water flow.5.2 Limit the enthalpy of entering steam to no more than 1225 Btu/lb. 4 . New Section 5.The high gas fraction in geothermal steam will result in significant -subccoling of the condensate below the apparent saturation temperature of the condenser. Other circulating water operating modes are possible. a geothermal hotwell will not provide reheating of the condensate.1 Revise to read as follows: 4.1 Complete evaluation of the design parameters for main steam bypass lines is important for the safe operation of the condenser. Acceptance of flows with enthalpy higher than 1225 Btu/lb may be considered depending upon specific conditions of service.5 Turbine Bypass Guidelines 5.5. TO noise guarantee can be made by condenser Manufacturers during bypass operati o: s. Operating requirements and special customer requirements could affect the condenser design. or more.4 Noise abatement measures such as the use of a special noise attenuating valve or noise attenuating insulation should be considered by plant designers. can be expected. but rather make accommodations for the safe dispersion of the incoming fluid.5.5.1.1.Page 27.4.1. Generally.1.4. 5.5. Condensate temperature depression of 3 of. Su h valves may reduce noise levels to below plant operating background levels.f! Performance levels shall be mutually agreed upon between the Purchaser and Manufacturer.5 5.1 Condensate Temperature .

Discharge shall not be directed toward the steam turbine exhaust opening. Main expansion joint suppliers may also have temperature limits.5. internal impingement. pressure. Superheat within the dispersion device should be in the 25-75 of range.5. A secondary location may be the hotwell.3. System delivery rate.2 Occasionally turbine Manufacturers set specific guidelines for maximum temperature at the interface of the turbine with the condenser. 5. enthalpy and duration of the discharge.3 Condenser 5.5. "'If 5. A complete understanding of all relevant information such as simultaneous discharges of main exhaust flow and HP.3.2. a cooling water spray curtain may be required within the condenser transition area to reduce local temperature excursions. External desuperheating devices that reduce enthalpy to 1225 Btu/lb must be located sufficiently upstream of the condenser to ensure adequate mixing of the atternperation fluid.5 Design philosophy for the steam bypass dispersion device will differ for each : condenser Manufacturer. 5. it may be necessary to split the bypass flows between shells and/or pressure zones so that differential pressure/temperature limitations are not exceeded. However. When such limitations are encountered. In general. LP bypasses is essential for proper condenser design. which need to be taken into account.4 When the condenser is multi-shell and/or multi-pressure configuration.5.3. 5. impingement rods.3.5.2.5. Wet steam is not permitted. The discharge should maximize distribution inside the condenser to allow rapid reduction of the steam velocities. superheated conditions are maintained. the steam should be discharged to avoid direct impingement on the tubes.5. and not a moisture laden mixture capable of creating impingement problems on internal components.2 ~ Steam Conditioning 5. temperature. The water spray ~hould reduce temperatures below 200 "F. 5 . etc.1 Steam inlet design values are not to exceed 1225 Btu/lb and 250 psia to ensure the discharge is a vapor. and tube protection. pressure.2 The preferred location for bypass discharge is in the transition section. such that when the steam reaches the condenser. all Manufacturers must take care to ensure a safe distance is maintained between discharge of the spray pipe and the condenser tubes in order to reduce the potential for tube vibration and erosion. Consideration must be given to high steam velocity regions.1 Operations The condenser Manufacturer must be provided with total flow. Condenser neck height shall be sized to ensure safe bypass operation. Tubing can be protected with grating. IP. but this area may not be large enough to accept the total quantity of steam. and connection size must be coordinated with the condenser Manufacturer. 5. 5.5.5.5.3 The entrance points of turbine bypass to the condenser should be discussed with the condenser supplier.3.

4 Typical hole size range is I/~" . turbine casings. Hole - 5. The piping should have a minimum number of bends and fittings. ~ ~ ~ ?r - Page 32. Where specific values are not listed. is 450 of or above a thermal sleeve should be provided. The pipe size is dependent on the desuperheating device and allowable velocities of the incoming steam.5.4.5.-. Where more than one connection is used.8.1II in diameter depending on steam f10~ rate. refer to Table 8. This can be done by means of single stage ejector or mechanical vacuum pump.4.5.000 lb/hr. the volume of the condenser shells.4. spacing is a function of line pressure and available space inside the condenser.4 Dispersion Device 5. Paragraph 6. it is desirable to reduce the condenser pressure from atmospheric to some lower value.When starting a turbine.5 The condenser Manufacturer will provide adequate drain provisions.4.5. Page 31.2 printed in the 9'h edition. and associated ducting as well as the time desired for such reduction. internal supports. The capacity of the device is dependent on the effectiveness of the turbine gland seals.4-. 5. Paragraph reads as 6.4.4. 5.2 If the inlet flow temperature See Section 5.5.3 Dispersion device design pressures are to be established such that blockage of the main turbine exhaust flow is minimized. Maximum line pressure shall be 250 psia.5. with 4 exhaust openings.001 to 100.5. the correct amount of dry air is 4 - . Normal steam velocities within the pipe are in the 200AOO ft/sec range. 5.6 Revise to complete follows: sentence inadvertently omitted at the end of the paragraph.5. and other specified design details to meet plant design needs.6 Rapid Evacuation Equipment . thermal sleeves. lb/hr rather than the 56.6 Piping upstream of all flowing connections shall be properly trapped and drained to prevent damaging water slugs being introduced into connections. Table 9 For flow of 50.1 Internal piping should be designed to simplify the bypass pipe support structure and allow for thermal expansion. >E' 5. the connections should be located so as to ensure proper steam distribution inside the condenser.

4 to avoid Relief devices should be supported by purchaser and provisions made to keep discharge thrust and/or thermal expansion forces from being transmitted condenser shell.1.3 Exhaust from all relief devices must be properly vented by purchaser injury to personnel or damage to equipment.1 Device size and associated piping should be selected to prevent pressure in condenser from exceeding 10 psig.0 Revise as follows: 7. except from the lines which are already protected by relief devices set to open at pressures not exceeding 10 psig. 7.2.2 Relief devices should be located and installed so they are readily accessible for inspection and repair. 7.2.l. 7.2.1. 7.Page 35.1 General The size of atmospheric relief devices is dependent upon the local operating conditions.2 7 .1. It is always understood that they must be of sufficient size to pass all _QJ the steam which can be admitted to a condenser through any openings.0 ATMOSPHERIC RELIEF DEVICES 7.2.1 The size and location of atmospheric the following criteria: 7. The protective devices need not be directly installed on the condenser but may be installed on the turbine exhaust hood. Section 7. 7. 7. Valve should be equipped with a manual lifting or opening device for maintenance purposes.1.2 relief devices shouldbe based on 7 .1 to Relief Valves Install a water seal around the valve disc of ample depth to ensure proper sealing of the seat with provision for adequate drainage.1.2 Atmospheric 7.

3.3. . o! 7.000 380.000 45.3.7.3 Rupture Devices 7.3 Rupture discs may be located on the condenser for ease of replacement.2.5 Rupture discs shall be designed to operate satisfactorily.000 62.000 are for reference only Table 10 _.000 550.500 20. ATMOSPHERIC RELIEF VALVE Size Maximum Relief 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 36 SIzes with flows listed Flow (pounds per hour) 7.000 170. 7.1 A rupture disc is a non-reclosing pressure relief apparatus actuated by static pressure and designed to function by the bursting of a pressure containing disc.3.4 steam: The following equation may be used to size rupture discs based on dry saturated 70 His minimum discharge required flow area.2 Every rupture disc shall have a burst pressure tagged in accordance requirements. relieving pressure. A removable protective cage or an equivalent design must be installed by purchaser to protect plant personnel and avert accidental disc damage. with the design 7.000 120. square inches flow rate.3 For valve size selection see Table 10. full vacuum. 7.000 30.000 82.62 pounds per square inch absolute and without leakage under flow coefficient.3.000 250.. pounds per hour use value of 0. 7.

If a more exact analysis is undertaken and is demonstrated to be applicable.lADp 9 .2.2.~ ~ re In lieu of the explicit design formulae and methods presented in these standards. In no case are these higher allowable stress values to be used with the design formulae in Sections 8. Paragraph Emphasize as follows: 8.2.1 8.3. the design formulae presented in these standards are to be used in conjunction with the allowable stress values taken from Section II.2.3 through 8.. . however. 2.-J =.3 times design pressure except that the minimum shall be 25 psig.@" Page 38.~ ~ ~ ~ e:t ~ ~ ~ ____ ~ ~ £_ _--- e Page 36.4. 8. Section VIII. Page 40. Paragraph Revise as follows: 8.325DpMR 43.75 inch Maximum stiffener spacing (a.1. These higher allowable stresses. SA' are the lesser of (Su/3 or 2Sy/3).SME Pressure Vessel Code . may be used.5MR + . If analyses as described in Section 8.2 - Except where specifically noted.1. special consideration should be given to establishing hydrostatic test pressure .5 . consideration must be given to the effect of external forces or moments acting on the nozzle. then the higher allowable stresses of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. Page 36.6. Part D of the latest i}.1 :t ~- ~ ~ ~ ~ -~ . more complete and exacting elastic analysis of any or all of the structural components is permitted. Paragraph Revise as follows: Hydrostatic test pressure for water boxes shall be 1.3 Revise as follows: No reinforcement is provided at shell penetrations. Higher allowable values shall be based on classification of the stresses into primary and secondary categories as given in that code. A typical guide to limitation on resultant forces and moments is the following formula: FR = 4400 + 5000Dp Assumptions: Vacuum load (w) =15 psi Allowable plate stress (s) = 13000 psi Plate thickness (t) = 0.2.2. Div.2.2 are used.) = 48 inches - 8.

By using these or similar methods. which deviate from the design point.This formula should not be applied to connections over 24" in diameter. 8.3 This method considers tube material. and fluid flow factors which can contribute to vibration. (3) Read Lu from curve in Figure 21 corresponding to PI from (2) (4) From Tables 12..2. and vortex shedding and can be utilized by designers when they feel it is necessary. spans so calculated have resulted in support plate spacing which is sufficient to provide units free from damaging tube vibration. Lu X X X K3 10 .4. If the operating condition with one bundle out of service has an exhaust flow of greater than 1/2 of the design flow or changes in any other parameters which could cause velocities. the HEI includes two design methods for information. The condenser spans will then be established for the most conservative set of conditions. Other more rigorous methods are available for examining vibration mechanisms like fluidelastic instability..4. KI K2 and K3 correction factors.3. Page 40.2.3.4. This is the maximum pressure at which sonic velocities exist. Under this condition.3 and 8.2.2 The maximum intermediate support plate spacing shall be the shorter of that obtained by calculating according to the two methods contained in 8.2. etc. turbulent buffeting.4. Ls = x.4. In some instances. 8. volumetric flows.4. tube geometry.4. changes in the support span may be required. (2) Determine saturation pressure PI from steam tables corresponding to v from (1). 8. K1.1 Due to the difficulty in establishing the actual flow characteristics of steam entering the condenser and other influencing geometry. and a deflection limitation based on calculation method equal to approximately 113of the nominal distance between tubes and assumes that sonic velocity is present. The method establishes the spans for the design point of the condenser. the Purchaser must specify these conditions. the condenser is required to operate with one bundle out of service. Forces and moments in excess of the above values and additional questions should be referred to the condenser Manufacturer for resolution. and 14 determine (5) Calculate support plate span Ls.3 Spacing 8.4. pressures.3 Revise as follows: 8. (1) Calculate the specific volume (v) of the steam when sonic strata conditions of flow occur in the turbine exhaust.3.2.2.2.3.3. 13.

18 t. LS2 = . A dimension of 1.5 Compare the results of the calculations in 8.3.2. lb/irr' E Ls = modulus of elasticity of the tube material.4. For cases where intermediate support plates i¥e added in existing designs.. Note: of 0.05 Ls is permitted. Page 43.3 and 8. After the maximum span has been determined. Volume XXXVII Proceedings of the American Power Conference. 1975.4. 1962." Volume XXIV Proceedings of the American Power Conference.04 in/sec' We W m + Wt.2.5 is identical to the value for a pressure 11 . produces results based on limiting the minimum natural frequency of the tube to minimize too effects of vortex shedding and fluidelastic whirling. in End Spacing not to exceed 1. = length of the support plate midspan. tube stress in bending may limit allowable span. NOTE: The method defined above calculates allowable span on basis of deflection equivalent to approximately 113 norniiial ligament.Maximum intermediate support plate spacing not exceeding 1. Figure 21 Add note as follows: . 386.18Ls 8.3. 8. using a severity factor of 1 and other conservative modifications to the original method as defined in the paper "Some Reliability Considerations for Large Surface Condenser" by Peake.3. Since various ligament to tube diameter ratios may be used. and may be generally compared with the approach presented by Coit.5.4 This method.D( }/64.3.023~EIgc We Where I gc = = 1t(D~. gravitational Wm Wt sectional moment of inertia. effective weight per unit length of the tube.2.4. Gerstenkorn and Arnold. tube bending stress for a deflection of approximately 1/3 ligament should be made and the span reduced if the stress is excessive. The above approach is similar to that presented by "Sebald & Nobles.4 and use the shorter of the two results as the maximum intermediate support plate spacing. lb/in weight per unit length of the tube material. irr' constant.4. The value for Lu for pressures less than 0. lb/in = = lb/in weight per unit length of the tube side fluid. the loading applicable to the original design should be the sole basis for determining tube stresses.2. may be used for spans adjacent to tube sheets. which is extracted from the MacDuff and Feg1er equation. 1966. Peake and Loheimer "Design & Manufacture of Large Surface Condensers" Volume XXV III Proceedings of the American Power Conference." "Control of Vibration in Large Steam Surface Condensers.

539 1.951 0.1 ~ .146 1.016 1.620 1.156 1.867 0.186 1.359 1. 23 " 24 " 25 " O.152 1.392 1.161 1.186 1.422 1.000 0.087 1.348 !.072 .559 1.388 l.750 1.237 1.252 1.750 0.099 1.150 1.~ .271 1.605 1.788 0.":::: = · -.389 1 .399 1. .897 0.007 1.399 1.554 1.088 1.847 0.070 1.203 1.039 1.055 1.878 0.344 1. '0~ 1.087 1.607 1.766 0.204 1.546 1.240 -1.000 1.099 l.611 1.318 1.981 0.224 1.939 0.773 1. 1.847 0.456 1.053 1.0 18 1..807 0.125 1.541 lA49 1.168 1.167 1.567 1.905 0.871 0.055 1.6:::1.+5_: lA53 1.878 0.034 1.569 1.792 .845 0.238 1.451 1.360 1.843 0.240 1.669 1.904 0.272 1.1.016 l.510 lAS8 1.283 1.754 0.889 0.5~: lA28 I.072 1.054 1.126 1.036 l.893 1.312 l.671 1.339 1.388 1.:_~ 1.273 1. 5/8" PRESSURE RANGE 0-1 1-2 2-3 0..514 1..203 1.398 1.299 1.203 l.395 l.-: l.269 1.398 1.668 1.441 €IA47 1. .5 :5 1.274 1.5 -: 1.320 1.053 1.501 1.097 1.956 1.176 1.088 1.824 1. BWG 1-3/8" 16 " 18 " 19 20 " 22 " " 23 " 24 " 25 1-112" 16 " 18 " 19 20 " 22 " " 23 " 24 25 1-5/8" 16 " 18 " 19 20 " 22 " 23 24 " " 25 1-3/4" 16 18 " 19 20 " " 22 " 23 " 24 " 25 1-7/8" 16 " 18 " 19 " 20 " 22 " 23 " 24 " 25 2" 16 " 18 " 19 " 20 " 22 23 " " 24 " 25 rt " c rt PRESSURE RANGE PSIA 0-1 1-2 2-3 3-4 1A61 1A69 lA 71 lA71 1.384 1.0.917 0.622 _.511 lAS 1.505 1.202 1.609 1.125 1.130 1..241 1.378 1.940 0.221 l.129 l.325 1327 1 1.337 1.013 0.152 1.733 1.913 0.327 1..087 1.055 1.951 0.-1.271 1.956 1.-.151 1.356 1.099 1.097 1.040 1.000 0.316 1.342 1.845 0.957 0.253 1.013 0.877 0.913 0.074 1.D .892 1.385 1.614 1.131 1.337 1.341 1.398 1.656 1.682 _--.679 1.013 1.792 0.245 1.824 1.221 1..290 1.529 1.052 1.087 1.969 0.965 0.965 0.Y::: 1 . 1.: ~ -::. .787 0.151 1._:f-- Table 12 12 .072 1.1.843 0.950 0.788 0.969 0.176 1.971 0.398 I ~.272 1.271 1. 3-4 0..: .384 1.568 1.893 0.__ 1.594 1.042 l.893 0.341 '1.244 1.238 1.868 0.219 1.949.388 1.934 0.394 1.964 0. 1.516 lA29 1.977 0.292 1.130 1. 1.015 1.890 0.879 0.225 1.218 1.392 1.302 I._:1 1.789 1.151 1.29L 1. · -.283 1.2 -~ 1.072 O.070 1.811 0.749 1.125 1.Page 45.936 0..176 1.283 1.010 1.319 1.301 1. Table 12 Revise as follows: BWG 16 18 " 19 " 20 " 22 " 23 " " 24 25 " 3/4" 16 18 " 19 " 20 " 22 " 23 " 24 " 25 " 7/8" 16 18 " 19 " 20 " 22 " 23 " 24 " 25 " 1" 16 18 " 19 " 20 " 22 " 23 " 24 " 25 " 1-1/8" 16 18 " 19 " 20 " 22 " 23 " 24 " 25 " 1-1/4" 16 18 " 19 " 20 " 22 " .176 1.333 1.169 1.513 lA47 lA52 1.914 0.360 _.338 1.314 1.313 1.889 0.523 · ---_.D._.383 1.503 lA27 1.771 0.933 0.015 1.=_: · -_ - 1.977 0..224 1.509 1.347 1.087 1.506 1.967 0.970 0.240 1.767 0.156 1.270 1.274 1..613 1.933 0.3S':: 1.715 1.960 0..766 0.007 0.131 1.626 1.977 0.156 1.097 1.007 0.098 1.397 1.3T 1.904 0.825 0.943 0.160 1. PSIA .542 IA49 1.555 .186 1.559 lA97 1.150 1.807 0.156 1.274 1.730 1.341 1.336 281 1.186 1.070 1.L l___ 1A35 : -~~.291 1.398 1.053 1.315 1. 1.2QA 1.033 1.039 l.808 0.131 1.522 lA34 1.239 1.221 1.398 1.393 1.232 1.867 0.203 1..904 0.311 1.204 1.316 1.829 0..843 0.624 1.253 1.130 1.160 1.849 0.244 1.088 1.2181 1.160 1.033 1.940 0.000 1.5-C 1.225 1.219 1.220 l.374 1.100 1.34_ 1.378 1.169 1.131 1.569 .:-:.

30 Cu Nickel Carbon Steel Stainless Steel (30'+ 316. changing Note that the water box hydrostatic pressure. 2 Alloy 19. Page 46. Page 46.151 0.. Paragraph 8. 1 of Section VIII.+3 UNS N08367 UNS S43035 UNS S44660 UNS S4.5 to 1. Division 2.7.987 1.+B 5.0 15 l. the special stress limits for vessels under AD-lSI. hydrostatic test given in paragraph 13 .75 times the average pullout load as determined by a tube pullout test.'317) Titanium B338 Gr. Division 1. Table 14 Revise as follows: K3 CORRECTION FACTOR Tube Material Admirality Arsenical Copper Aluminum Brass Aluminum Bronze 90-10 Cu Nickel 70.Page 45.25 times design pressure.140 1. Paragraph Revise as follows: 8.023 1. Division 2 should be checked.2. Therefore. Revise as follows.181 1. Without a tube pullout test.029 1.5 times the allowable tube-to-tubesheet joint load calculated in accordance with Appendix A of Section VIII.171 1.000 1.3 1.2.171 1.2 The direct tensile load in any tube under hydrostatic test pressure shall not exceed 0.3: test pressure of this standard is 1.000 l.171 :. the direct tensile load at design pressure is limited to a maximum of 1.3 times the design pressure called for in ASME Section VIII. of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.022 1.7.+735 Table 14 KJ l. 1 and Gr.082 1. while the hydrostatic test is only 1.

the rate of corrosion at this discontinuity will be much higher than it would be if the entire surface were exposed. Particular attention should be placed on the condenser materials of construction and the cooling water quality. particularly sea water or brackish water.3 Remove materials in A & B: PD = 46 Page 49. If a pinhole or discontinuity in the coating occurs exposing a small portion of the base metal to the cooling water. .2.Page 48. An impressed current system uses an external DC power supply with an inert anode to maintain an electrical potential which protects the base metal from attack. The consumption of the anodes spares the base metal components from attack. quantity. There are two methods to cathodically protect a condenser: sacrificial anodes (galvanic coupling) and impressed current (external power supply). Paragraph 8. magnesium. carbon steel.4. or some other metal having a relatively low electrical potential when compared to the base metal to be protected. The use of a coating to protect these parts may not be sufficient on its own. A sacrificial cathodic protection system uses anodes made of zinc. and size of the anodes is dependent on the materials of construction and size of the condenser and the cooling water quality. The anodes should be connected to the parts they are intended to protect. Paragraph 9.7.4 Cathodic Protection The purchaser should consider the use of cathodic protection for condenser components that are exposed to cooling water with a relatively high conductivity.4. Proper operation of the system is essential and is the responsibility of the purchaser. and economic considerations.7. The selection of a system must be made by the customer based on the installation site conditions as well as design. (F) Revise as follows: Page 59.3.2.3. The cooling water acts as an electrolyte which allows galvanic corrosion of the condenser internals when dissimilar materials are present. aluminum. Paragraph 8. The material.3. The parts which have a lower electrochemical potential are subject to attack.4 added as follows: 9.

I u f.5 and 9. the Erection Superintendent shall not be responsible for the following: • • • • The supervision of the erection crew Fit up and weld quality The health and safety of the erection crew The schedule of erection and work progress the Erection " In the event of any conflict between the Manufacturer's requirements and site practice. weld quality and general compliance with Manufacturer's erection drawings. n to perform a post ~ !\ Unless otherwise provided for in the Purchase Order. the Manufacturer's Representative shall not and components not readily accessible or well lighted 15 _A . 9.6 Duties The Manufacturer may provide the services of an Erection Superintendent to advise the Purchaser in the proper installation and start up of the surface condenser and accessories in accordance with the erection drawings and procedures. \ eldments Order.Page 59. Unless otherwise provided for in the Purchase be responsible for the following: • NDE of field welds • Examination of welds.5 Erection Superintendent 9. Superintendent will bring such conflicts to the attention of the Purchaser's Designated Representative. Unless otherwise provided for in the purchase order. . New Paragraph 9. the Manufacturer's Representative will be responsible for visually inspecting the installation of the surface condenser and accessories for fitup.I j! !i . The Erection Superintendent will comply with all jobsite regulations. Representative .6 Post Erection Walk Down The Manufacturer may provide the services of the Manufacturer's installation walk down of the surface condenser and accessories.

.Page 59. weld quality and general compliance with Manufacturer's erection drawings. the Manufacturer's Representative will be responsible for visually inspecting the installation of the surface condenser and accessories for fitup.S Erection Superintendent .5 and 9. The Erection Superintendent will comply with all jobsite regulations. New Paragraph 9. ! r ..[ .6 Post Erection Walk Down The Manufacturer may provide the services of the Manufacturer's installation walk down of the surface condenser and accessories. 9. i ·1 ·1 1 ! I I f \[ i ! Unless otherwise provided for in the Purchase Order. weldments Representative shall not and components not readily accessible or well lighted 15 .. the Manufacturer's be responsible for the following: • NDE of field welds • Examination of welds.! The Manufacturer may provide the services of an Erection Superintendent to advise the Purchaser in the proper installation and start up of the surface condenser and accessories in accordance with the erection drawings and procedures.6 Duties 9. Unless otherwise provided for in the Purchase Order. Representative to perform a post the Erection iI . the Erection Superintendent shall not be responsible for the following: The supervision of the erection crew • Fit up and weld quality • The health and safety of the erection crew • The schedule of erection and work progress In the event of any conflict between the Manufacturer's requirements and site practice. Superintendent will bring such conflicts to the attention of the Purchaser's Designated Representative. Unless otherwise provided for in the purchase order.

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changing 2. Appendix F. Appendix B Revise as follows.048: COl\TVERSION FACTORS LENGTH MULTIPLY ft BY 3.O with new condenser data sheet.S40 to 3. Heading for last two columns Transverse Area (in') of table are as follows: Moment of Inertia (irr') Note correct headings Metal Page 65-68 Replace AS.Page 70.048 X 10" TO OBTAIN mm Page 79. 18 .

in. of psig I psig . in. (in. - Cathodic Protection Type: in. (in) Spacing Max.: 13 LMTD: 14 Operating 16 17 Remarks: 15 Eft. in. HEI06/2001 19 Data Sheet . I Extended Neck in. Ouantity Material (ASTM) Dia.) (Ibs.. Plate Material (ASTM): in. in-Hqa" ft' Factor: Specific Heat: Gravity: (Mechanical) I . in. Corrosion allowance: Size: Size: Size: Size: Size: .) Operating: Shell Side Hydrotest: .Service: 11 Saturation Temp. Water In: Temp.: 12 Condensate Temp. Plate Material (ASTM): Capacity' Capacity: Condensate Outlet Number: ft3 ft3 Outlet Size Plate Material (ASTM): Size: in.US Units . Surface Area: of of USGPM ft/sec ft water . Water Out: Number of Passes: Water Velocity: Pressure Drop: Cleanliness Specific • . in.df Tube Side psig 'F psig Design Pressure: Desiqn Temperature: Test Pressure: Number per shell: in. in.HEI SURFACE CONDENSER DATA SHEET 1 Manufacturer: 2 Customer I Project: 3 Plant Location: No: Item: Revision: Desiqn Conditions 6 8 9 Shell Side MMBtu/hr : Ibs/hr Ibs/hr Biu/hr-fi'-'F 'F' "F' 'F Pressure: Steam Inlet: Non Condensables: Tube Side Source of Water: Coolinq Water Flow: I emp. in. Oxvcen Guarantee per HEI Construction 18 Shell side 19 Desiqn Pressure: 20 Design Temperature: 21 Test Pressure: 22 Water Box 23 Type: 24 Plate Material (ASTM) 25 Thickness: 26 Manways (Oty): 27 Circwater Inlet (Oty): 28 Circwater Outlet (Oty): 29 Drains (Oty): 30 Vents (Oty): 31 Waterbox Internal Coating: 32 Hotwell 33 Thickness: 34 Normal Liquid Level: 35 Maximum Liquid Level: 36 Condensate 37 Shell 38 Thickness: 39 Air offtake (Oty1 40 Transition 41 Thickness: 42 Exhaust Opening Dimensions: 43 Expansion Joint TYfle: 44 Tubes 45 Condensing Zone 46 Air Coolinq Zone 47 Impingement Zone 48 Tubesheet 49 50 Support Plates 51 52 Weights 53 Empty: 54 Notes: 55 56 57 58 4 Specification 5 Date: (Thermal 7 Total Duty: 10 U . (in) Thk.Guarantee Point.) Gauge TTL. (in. in. in. in.. I Min. (ft) Ouantity Ouantity Material (ASTM) Material (ASTM) Thk.