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COMPRESS Pressure Vessel Design Calculations

Item: Separador Primario Vessel No: V-90 Customer: Plant process Equipment INC. Contract: Designer: Carlos Alvarez Date: 13/02/2013 Location: Servicios Auxiliares y varios - Proyecto Star Purchaser: PACIFIC RUBIALES Vessel Name: Comp1.CW7 Service: Separador Primario Tag Number: 341-V-90 You can edit this page by selecting Cover Page settings... in the report menu.

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Deficiencies Summary No deficiencies found.

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Nozzle Schedule
Nozzle mark Materials Service Size Nozzle SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-106 A Smls pipe SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-105 SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-105 SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-106 B Smls pipe SA-106 B Smls pipe Impact Norm Fine Grain No Pad Impact Norm Fine Grain N/A Flange WN A105 Class 150 WN A105 Class 150 WN A105 Class 150 N/A WN A105 Class 150 WN A105 Class 150 WN A105 Class 150 WN A105 Class 150 WN A105 Class 150 WN A105 Class 150 N/A

N1

Nozzle #1 Nozzle #10 Nozzle #11 Nozzle #12 Nozzle #13 Nozzle #14 Nozzle #2

NPS 8 Sch 80 (XS)

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N10

NPS 1 Sch 80 (XS)

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N11

NPS 1 Sch 80 (XS) NPS 0,75 Class 6000 threaded NPS 2 Sch 80 (XS)

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N12

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N13

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N14

NPS 8 Sch 80 (XS)

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N2

NPS 6 Sch 80 (XS)

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N3

Nozzle #3

NPS 4 Sch 80 (XS)

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N4

Nozzle #4

NPS 2 Sch 80 (XS)

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N5

Nozzle #5

NPS 18 Sch 1,000 NPS 0,375 Class 6000 threaded NPS 0,5 Class 6000 threaded NPS 0,75 Class 6000 threaded NPS 0,75 Class 6000 threaded

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N6

Nozzle #6

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N7

Nozzle #7

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N8

Nozzle #8

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N9

Nozzle #9

No

No

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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Nozzle Summary
Shell Nozzle mark OD (in) t n (in) Req t n (in) A1? A2? Nom t (in) N1 N10 N11 N12 N13 N14 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7 N8 N9 8,625 1,315 1,315 1,75 2,375 8,625 6,625 4,5 2,375 18 1,25 1,5 1,75 1,75 0,5 0,179 0,179 0,35 0,218 0,5 0,432 0,337 0,218 1 0,2875 0,33 0,35 0,35 0,322 0,133 0,133 0,0625 0,154 0,322 0,28 0,237 0,154 0,1206 0,0625 0,0714 0,0714 0,0714 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 0,487* 0,5 0,5 0,487* 0,487* 0,5 0,5 0,5 0,5 0,487* 0,5 0,5 0,5 0,5 Design t (in) 0,3905 N/A N/A N/A N/A 0,3666 0,3198 0,3193 N/A 0,3928 N/A N/A N/A N/A User t (in) Reinforcement Pad Width (in) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A t pad (in) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,0 Exempt Exempt Exempt Exempt 100,0 100,0 100,0 Exempt 100,0 Exempt Exempt Exempt Exempt

Corr (in)

A /A a r (%)

tn: Req tn: Nom t: User t: Aa: Ar: Corr: *

Nozzle thickness Nozzle thickness required per UG-45/UG-16 Vessel wall thickness Local vessel wall thickness (near opening) Area available per UG-37, governing condition Area required per UG-37, governing condition Corrosion allowance on nozzle wall Head minimum thickness after forming

Design t: Required vessel wall thickness due to pressure + corrosion allowance per UG-37

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Pressure Summary Pressure Summary for Chamber bounded by Ellipsoidal Head #1 and Ellipsoidal Head #2
P Identifier Design ( psi) 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 T Design ( F) 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

MAWP ( psi) 252,58 160,77 257,73 160,77 252,58 160,77 222,47 230 230 252,58 193,98 188,68 164,51 164,27 230 223,83 257,73 257,73 257,73 257,73

MAP ( psi) 252,58 160,77 257,73 160,77 252,58 N/A 222,47 257,73 257,73 252,58 193,98 188,68 164,51 164,27 257,73 223,83 257,73 257,73 257,73 257,73

MDMT ( F) -20 -20 -44,5 -20 -20 N/A -55 -55 -55 -155 -55 -55 -55 -55 -55 -51,05 -155 -155 -155 -155

MDMT Exemption Note 1 Note 2 Note 3 Note 2 Note 4 N/A Note 5 Note 5 Note 5 Note 6 Note 5 Note 5 Note 5 Note 5 Note 5 Note 7 Note 8 Note 9 Note 10 Note 10

Impact Tested No No No No No N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

Ellipsoidal Head #2 Straight Flange on Ellipsoidal Head #2 Cylinder #1 Straight Flange on Ellipsoidal Head #1 Ellipsoidal Head #1 Saddle #2 Nozzle #1 (N1) Nozzle #10 (N10) Nozzle #11 (N11) Nozzle #12 (N12) Nozzle #13 (N13) Nozzle #14 (N14) Nozzle #2 (N2) Nozzle #3 (N3) Nozzle #4 (N4) Nozzle #5 (N5) Nozzle #6 (N6) Nozzle #7 (N7) Nozzle #8 (N8) Nozzle #9 (N9)

Chamber design MDMT is -20 F Chamber rated MDMT is -20 F @ 160,77 psi Chamber MAWP hot & corroded is 160,77 psi @ 300 F Chamber MAP cold & new is 160,77 psi @ 70 F This pressure chamber is not designed for external pressure. Notes for MDMT Rating:
Note # 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Straight Flange governs MDMT Material is impact test exempt per UG-20(f) Material impact test exemption temperature from Fig UCS-66 Curve B = -7 F Fig UCS-66.1 MDMT reduction = 37,5 F, (coincident ratio = 0,625) Straight Flange governs MDMT Flange rating governs: Nozzle is impact test exempt to -155 F per UCS-66(b)(3) (coincident ratio = 0,01212). Nozzle impact test exemption temperature from Fig UCS-66 Curve B = -8,25 F Fig UCS-66.1 MDMT reduction = 42,8 F, (coincident ratio = 0,5801) UCS-66 governing thickness = 0,487 in. UCS-66(b)(1)(b) UCS-66 governing thickness = 0,3125 in UCS-66 governing thickness = 0,5 in Exemption Details

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8. 9. 10.

Nozzle is impact test exempt to -155 F per UCS-66(b)(3) (coincident ratio = 0,00948). Nozzle is impact test exempt to -155 F per UCS-66(b)(3) (coincident ratio = 0,01375). Nozzle is impact test exempt to -155 F per UCS-66(b)(3) (coincident ratio = 0,01621).

Design notes are available on the Settings Summary page.

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Revision History
No. Date Operator Notes

2/12/2013

carlosalvarez New vessel created ASME Section VIII Division 1 [COMPRESS Build 7110]

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Settings Summary COMPRESS Build 7110 Units: U.S. Customary Datum Line Location: 0,00" from right seam Design ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition Design or Rating: Minimum thickness: Design for cold shut down only: Design for lethal service (full radiography required): Design nozzles for: Corrosion weight loss: UG-23 Stress Increase: Skirt/legs stress increase: Minimum nozzle projection: Juncture calculations for > 30 only: Preheat P-No 1 Materials > 1,25&#34 and <= 1,50" thick: UG-37(a) shell tr calculation considers longitudinal stress: Butt welds are tapered per Figure UCS-66.3(a). Hydro/Pneumatic Test Shop Hydrotest Pressure: Test liquid specific gravity: Maximum stress during test: Required Marking - UG-116 UG-116(e) Radiography: RT1 1,3 times vessel MAWP 1,00 90% of yield Get Thickness from Pressure 0,0625" per UG-16(b) No No Design P, find nozzle MAWP and MAP 100% of theoretical loss 1,20 1,0 6" Yes No No

UG-116(f) Postweld heat treatment: None Code Cases\Interpretations Use Code Case 2547: Apply interpretation VIII-1-83-66: No Yes

Apply interpretation VIII-1-86-175: Yes Apply interpretation VIII-1-83-115: Yes Apply interpretation VIII-1-01-37: No UCS-66.1 MDMT reduction: No UCS-68(c) MDMT reduction: Disallow UG-20(f) exemptions: Yes No No No

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UG-22 Loadings UG-22(a) Internal or External Design Pressure : UG-22(b) Weight of the vessel and normal contents under operating or test conditions: UG-22(c) Superimposed static reactions from weight of attached equipment (external loads): UG-22(d)(2) Vessel supports such as lugs, rings, skirts, saddles and legs: UG-22(f) Wind reactions: UG-22(f) Seismic reactions: UG-22(j) Test pressure and coincident static head acting during the test: Note: UG-22(b),(c) and (f) loads only considered when supports are present. Yes Yes No Yes No No No

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Thickness Summary
Component Identifier Ellipsoidal Head #2 Straight Flange on Ellipsoidal Head #2 Cylinder #1 Straight Flange on Ellipsoidal Head #1 Ellipsoidal Head #1 Material SA-516 70 SA-516 70 SA-516 70 SA-516 70 SA-516 70 Diameter (in) 78 OD 78 OD 78 OD 78 OD 78 OD Length (in) 19,7435 2 240 2 19,7435 Nominal t (in) 0,487* 0,3125 0,5 0,3125 0,487* Design t (in) 0,2906 0,2917 0,2917 0,2917 0,2906 Total Corrosion (in) 0 0 0 0 0 Joint E 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 Load Internal Internal Internal Internal Internal

Nominal t: Vessel wall nominal thickness Design t: Joint E: * Load internal: external: Wind: Seismic: Circumferential stress due to internal pressure governs External pressure governs Combined longitudinal stress of pressure + weight + wind governs Combined longitudinal stress of pressure + weight + seismic governs Required vessel thickness due to governing loading + corrosion Longitudinal seam joint efficiency Head minimum thickness after forming

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Weight Summary
Weight ( lb) Contributed by Vessel Elements Component Metal New* Ellipsoidal Head #2 Cylinder #1 Ellipsoidal Head #1 Saddle #2 TOTAL: 964 8.250,8 992 1.052 11.258,9 Metal Corroded* 964 8.250,8 992 1.052 11.258,9 Insulation & Supports 0 0 0 0 0 Lining 0 0 0 0 0 Piping + Liquid 0 0 0 0 0 Operating Liquid 0 0 0 0 0 Test Liquid 2.505,1 40.353,7 2.505,3 0 45.364,1

* Shells with attached nozzles have weight reduced by material cut out for opening.
Weight ( lb) Contributed by Attachments Component Body Flanges New Ellipsoidal Head #2 Cylinder #1 Ellipsoidal Head #1 TOTAL: 0 0 0 0 Corroded 0 0 0 0 Nozzles & Flanges New 483,3 188,2 62,6 734,2 Corroded 483,3 188,2 62,6 734,2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Packed Beds Trays & Supports Rings & Clips Vertical Loads

Vessel operating weight, Corroded: 11.993 lb Vessel operating weight, New: Vessel empty weight, Corroded: Vessel empty weight, New: Vessel test weight, New: 11.993 lb 11.993 lb 11.993 lb 57.357 lb

Vessel center of gravity location - from datum - lift condition Vessel Lift Weight, New: 11.993 lb Center of Gravity: Vessel Capacity Vessel Capacity** (New): 5.437 US gal 124,242"

Vessel Capacity** (Corroded): 5.437 US gal **The vessel capacity does not include volume of nozzle, piping or other attachments.

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Hydrostatic Test

Shop test pressure determination for Chamber bounded by Ellipsoidal Head #1 and Ellipsoidal Head #2 based on MAWP per UG-99(b) Shop hydrostatic test gauge pressure is 209,003 psi at 70 F (the chamber MAWP = 160,772 psi) The shop test is performed with the vessel in the horizontal position.

Identifier
Ellipsoidal Head #2 (1) Straight Flange on Ellipsoidal Head #2 Cylinder #1 Straight Flange on Ellipsoidal Head #1 Ellipsoidal Head #1 Nozzle #1 (N1) Nozzle #10 (N10) Nozzle #11 (N11) Nozzle #12 (N12) Nozzle #13 (N13) Nozzle #14 (N14) Nozzle #2 (N2) Nozzle #3 (N3) Nozzle #4 (N4) Nozzle #5 (N5) Nozzle #6 (N6) Nozzle #7 (N7) Nozzle #8 (N8) Nozzle #9 (N9)

Local test Test liquid UG-99 UG-99 pressure static head stress pressure psi psi ratio factor
212,09 212,096 212,09 212,096 212,09 210,837 209,292 212,324 209,455 211,998 210,837 212,324 209,292 209,292 210,989 210,712 209,292 209,292 212,324 3,087 3,093 3,086 3,093 3,087 1,834 0,289 3,321 0,452 2,995 1,834 3,321 0,289 0,289 1,985 1,709 0,289 0,289 3,321 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30 1,30

Notes: (1) Ellipsoidal Head #2 limits the UG-99 stress ratio. (2) The zero degree angular position is assumed to be up, and the test liquid height is assumed to the top-most flange. The field test condition has not been investigated for the Chamber bounded by Ellipsoidal Head #1 and Ellipsoidal Head #2.

The test temperature of 70 F is warmer than the minimum recommended temperature of 10 F so the brittle fracture provision of UG-99(h) has been met.

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Cylinder #1 ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition Component: Cylinder Material specification: SA-516 70 (II-D p. 18, ln. 19) Material impact test exemption temperature from Fig UCS-66 Curve B = -7 F Fig UCS-66.1 MDMT reduction = 37,5 F, (coincident ratio = 0,625) UCS-66 governing thickness = 0,5 in Internal design pressure: P = 150 psi @ 300 F Static liquid head: Pth = 3,09 psi (SG = 1, Hs = 85,5", Horizontal test head) Inner C = 0" Outer C = 0" No impact test performed Material is not normalized Material is not produced to Fine Grain Practice PWHT is not performed Full UW-11(a) Type 1 Full UW-11(a) Type 1 Full UW-11(a) Type 1

Corrosion allowance Design MDMT = -20 F Rated MDMT = -44,5 F

Radiography:

Longitudinal joint Left circumferential joint Right circumferential joint -

Estimated weight New = 8.250,8 lb Capacity OD = 78" Length = 240" Lc t = 0,5"

corr = 8.250,8 lb

New = 4.838,05 US gal corr = 4.838,05 US gal

Design thickness, (at 300 F) Appendix 1-1 t = P*Ro / (S*E + 0,40*P) + Corrosion = 150*39 / (20.000*1,00 + 0,40*150) + 0 = 0,2917"

Maximum allowable working pressure, (at 300 F) Appendix 1-1 P = S*E*t / (Ro - 0,40*t) - Ps = 20.000*1,00*0,5 / (39 - 0,40*0,5) - 0 = 257,73 psi

Maximum allowable pressure, (at 70 F) Appendix 1-1 P = S*E*t / (Ro - 0,40*t) = 20.000*1,00*0,5 / (39 - 0,40*0,5) = 257,73 psi

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% Extreme fiber elongation - UCS-79(d) EFE = = = (50*t / Rf)*(1 - Rf / Ro) (50*0,5 / 38,75)*(1 - 38,75 / ) 0,6452%

The extreme fiber elongation does not exceed 5%.

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Ellipsoidal Head #2 ASME Section VIII, Division 1, 2010 Edition Component: Material Specification: Straight Flange governs MDMT Internal design pressure: P = 150 psi @ 300 F Ellipsoidal Head SA-516 70 (II-D p.18, ln. 19)

Static liquid head: Ps= 0 psi (SG=1, Hs=0" Operating head) Pth= 3,0868 psi (SG=1, Hs=85,513" Horizontal test head) Corrosion allowance: Design MDMT = -20F Rated MDMT = -20F Inner C = 0" Outer C = 0"

No impact test performed Material is not normalized Material is not produced to fine grain practice PWHT is not performed Do not Optimize MDMT / Find MAWP Seamless No RT Full UW-11(a) Type 1 corr = 964 lb corr = 299,7 US gal

Radiography:

Category A joints Head to shell seam -

Estimated weight*: new = 964 lb Capacity*: new = 299,7 US gal * includes straight flange Outer diameter Minimum head thickness Head ratio D/2h Head ratio D/2h Straight flange length Lsf Nominal straight flange thickness tsf Results Summary = = = = = =

78" 0,487" 2 (new) 2 (corroded) 2" 0,3125"

The governing condition is internal pressure. Minimum thickness per UG-16 Design thickness due to internal pressure (t) Maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP) Maximum allowable pressure (MAP)

= = = =

0,0625" + 0" = 0,0625" 0,2906" 252,58 psi 252,58 psi

K (Corroded) K=(1/6)*[2 + (D / (2*h))2]=(1/6)*[2 + (77,026 / (2*19,2565))2]=1 K (New) K=(1/6)*[2 + (D / (2*h))2]=(1/6)*[2 + (77,026 / (2*19,2565))2]=1

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Design thickness for internal pressure, (Corroded at 300 F) Appendix 1-4(c) t = = = P*Do*K / (2*S*E + 2*P*(K - 0,1)) + Corrosion 150*78*1 / (2*20.000*1 + 2*150*(1 - 0,1)) + 0 0,2905"

The head internal pressure design thickness is 0,2906". Maximum allowable working pressure, (Corroded at 300 F) Appendix 1-4(c) P = = = 2*S*E*t / (K*Do - 2*t*(K - 0,1)) - Ps 2*20.000*1*0,487 / (1*78 - 2*0,487*(1 - 0,1)) - 0 252,58 psi

The maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP) is 252,58 psi. Maximum allowable pressure, (New at 70 F) Appendix 1-4(c) P = = = 2*S*E*t / (K*Do - 2*t*(K - 0,1)) - Ps 2*20.000*1*0,487 / (1*78 - 2*0,487*(1 - 0,1)) - 0 252,58 psi

The maximum allowable pressure (MAP) is 252,58 psi. % Extreme fiber elongation - UCS-79(d) EFE = = = (75*t / Rf)*(1 - Rf / Ro) (75*0,3125 / 13,2507)*(1 - 13,2507 / ) 1,7688%

The extreme fiber elongation does not exceed 5%.

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Straight Flange on Ellipsoidal Head #2 ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition Component: Material specification: Material is impact test exempt per UG-20(f) UCS-66 governing thickness = 0,3125 in Internal design pressure: P = 150 psi @ 300 F Static liquid head: Pth = 3,09 psi (SG = 1, Hs = 85,6875", Horizontal test head) Inner C = 0" Outer C = 0" Straight Flange SA-516 70 (II-D p. 18, ln. 19)

Corrosion allowance Design MDMT = -20 F Rated MDMT = -20 F

No impact test performed Material is not normalized Material is not produced to Fine Grain Practice PWHT is not performed Seamless No RT Full UW-11(a) Type 1

Radiography:

Longitudinal joint Circumferential joint -

Estimated weight New = 43,2 lb Capacity

corr = 43,2 lb

New = 40,71 US gal corr = 40,71 US gal

OD = 78" Length = 2" Lc t = 0,3125" Design thickness, (at 300 F) Appendix 1-1 t = P*Ro / (S*E + 0,40*P) + Corrosion = 150*39 / (20.000*1,00 + 0,40*150) + 0 = 0,2917"

Maximum allowable working pressure, (at 300 F) Appendix 1-1 P = S*E*t / (Ro - 0,40*t) - Ps = 20.000*1,00*0,3125 / (39 - 0,40*0,3125) - 0 = 160,77 psi

Maximum allowable pressure, (at 70 F) Appendix 1-1 P = S*E*t / (Ro - 0,40*t) = 20.000*1,00*0,3125 / (39 - 0,40*0,3125) = 160,77 psi

% Extreme fiber elongation - UCS-79(d) EFE = = (50*t / Rf)*(1 - Rf / Ro) (50*0,3125 / 38,8438)*(1 - 38,8438 / )

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0,4023%

The extreme fiber elongation does not exceed 5%.

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Straight Flange on Ellipsoidal Head #1 ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition Component: Material specification: Material is impact test exempt per UG-20(f) UCS-66 governing thickness = 0,3125 in Internal design pressure: P = 150 psi @ 300 F Static liquid head: Pth = 3,09 psi (SG = 1, Hs = 85,6875", Horizontal test head) Inner C = 0" Outer C = 0" Straight Flange SA-516 70 (II-D p. 18, ln. 19)

Corrosion allowance Design MDMT = -20 F Rated MDMT = -20 F

No impact test performed Material is not normalized Material is not produced to Fine Grain Practice PWHT is not performed Seamless No RT Full UW-11(a) Type 1

Radiography:

Longitudinal joint Circumferential joint -

Estimated weight New = 43,2 lb Capacity

corr = 43,2 lb

New = 40,71 US gal corr = 40,71 US gal

OD = 78" Length = 2" Lc t = 0,3125" Design thickness, (at 300 F) Appendix 1-1 t = P*Ro / (S*E + 0,40*P) + Corrosion = 150*39 / (20.000*1,00 + 0,40*150) + 0 = 0,2917"

Maximum allowable working pressure, (at 300 F) Appendix 1-1 P = S*E*t / (Ro - 0,40*t) - Ps = 20.000*1,00*0,3125 / (39 - 0,40*0,3125) - 0 = 160,77 psi

Maximum allowable pressure, (at 70 F) Appendix 1-1 P = S*E*t / (Ro - 0,40*t) = 20.000*1,00*0,3125 / (39 - 0,40*0,3125) = 160,77 psi

% Extreme fiber elongation - UCS-79(d) EFE = = (50*t / Rf)*(1 - Rf / Ro) (50*0,3125 / 38,8438)*(1 - 38,8438 / )

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0,4023%

The extreme fiber elongation does not exceed 5%.

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Ellipsoidal Head #1 ASME Section VIII, Division 1, 2010 Edition Component: Material Specification: Straight Flange governs MDMT Internal design pressure: P = 150 psi @ 300 F Ellipsoidal Head SA-516 70 (II-D p.18, ln. 19)

Static liquid head: Ps= 0 psi (SG=1, Hs=0" Operating head) Pth= 3,0868 psi (SG=1, Hs=85,513" Horizontal test head) Corrosion allowance: Design MDMT = -20F Rated MDMT = -20F Inner C = 0" Outer C = 0"

No impact test performed Material is not normalized Material is not produced to fine grain practice PWHT is not performed Do not Optimize MDMT / Find MAWP Seamless No RT Full UW-11(a) Type 1 corr = 992 lb corr = 299,7 US gal

Radiography:

Category A joints Head to shell seam -

Estimated weight*: new = 992 lb Capacity*: new = 299,7 US gal * includes straight flange Outer diameter Minimum head thickness Head ratio D/2h Head ratio D/2h Straight flange length Lsf Nominal straight flange thickness tsf Results Summary = = = = = =

78" 0,487" 2 (new) 2 (corroded) 2" 0,3125"

The governing condition is internal pressure. Minimum thickness per UG-16 Design thickness due to internal pressure (t) Maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP) Maximum allowable pressure (MAP)

= = = =

0,0625" + 0" = 0,0625" 0,2906" 252,58 psi 252,58 psi

K (Corroded) K=(1/6)*[2 + (D / (2*h))2]=(1/6)*[2 + (77,026 / (2*19,2565))2]=1 K (New) K=(1/6)*[2 + (D / (2*h))2]=(1/6)*[2 + (77,026 / (2*19,2565))2]=1

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Design thickness for internal pressure, (Corroded at 300 F) Appendix 1-4(c) t = = = P*Do*K / (2*S*E + 2*P*(K - 0,1)) + Corrosion 150*78*1 / (2*20.000*1 + 2*150*(1 - 0,1)) + 0 0,2905"

The head internal pressure design thickness is 0,2906". Maximum allowable working pressure, (Corroded at 300 F) Appendix 1-4(c) P = = = 2*S*E*t / (K*Do - 2*t*(K - 0,1)) - Ps 2*20.000*1*0,487 / (1*78 - 2*0,487*(1 - 0,1)) - 0 252,58 psi

The maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP) is 252,58 psi. Maximum allowable pressure, (New at 70 F) Appendix 1-4(c) P = = = 2*S*E*t / (K*Do - 2*t*(K - 0,1)) - Ps 2*20.000*1*0,487 / (1*78 - 2*0,487*(1 - 0,1)) - 0 252,58 psi

The maximum allowable pressure (MAP) is 252,58 psi. % Extreme fiber elongation - UCS-79(d) EFE = = = (75*t / Rf)*(1 - Rf / Ro) (75*0,3125 / 13,2507)*(1 - 13,2507 / ) 1,7688%

The extreme fiber elongation does not exceed 5%.

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Nozzle #1 (N1) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0 in Leg41 = Leg43 = hnew = 0,375 in 0,5 in 2 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Calculated as hillside: Local vessel minimum thickness: End of nozzle to datum line: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Internal projection, hnew: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf: Distance to head center, R:

Ellipsoidal Head #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 8 Sch 80 (XS) 8 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 0 No 0,487 in -29,6722 in 7,625 in 0,5 in 0 in 4,0498 in 2 in 8,0498 in 0 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary


For P = 222,47 psi @ 300 F The opening is adequately reinforced

(in2)

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

3,0338 3,0341 0,7222 0,9369 1,041 --

0,334 0,2818 0,4375

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary (lbf)


All failure paths are stronger than the applicable weld loads Weld load W1-1 Path 1-1 strength Weld load W2-2 Weld load W Path 2-2 strength

47.882,94

21.142

118.954,77

54.564,95

99.329,73

UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,25 0,3462

0,2625 0,35 (corroded)

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary


For P = 222,47 psi @ 70 F The opening is adequately reinforced

(in2)

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

3,0338 3,0341 0,7222 0,9369 1,041 --

0,334 0,2818 0,4375

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary (lbf)


All failure paths are stronger than the applicable weld loads Weld load W1-1 Path 1-1 strength Weld load W2-2 Weld load W Path 2-2 strength

47.882,94

21.142

118.954,77

54.564,95

99.329,73

UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status

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Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41)

0,25 0,3462

0,2625 0,35 (corroded)

weld size is adequate

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:24:31 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Elliptical Head Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.487 in. Ellipse Ratio : 2.000 Straight Flange Length : 2.000 in. Attached Shell Length : 240.000 in. Attached Shell Thick : 0.487 in. Shell Transition Length: 0.039 in. Shell Transition SCF : 0.000 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 8.625 in. Thickness : 0.438 in.

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Length : 8.172 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Insert Length : 2.365 in. Insert Thickness : 0.438 in. Location perpendicular to the head centerline : 0.000 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector: 0.000 0.000 -1.000 Nozzle Centerline Vector: 0.000 0.000 -1.000 Zero Degree Orientation Vector: 0.000 1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed.

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THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states. /-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Thermal Only) 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane)

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8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane) 9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 1392 Number of Nodes = 3853 Number of Elements = 1296 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -9051. 0. 2 0. -9051. -707930. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 0. -9051. -707930. 5 0. 0. -225059. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 0. 0. -707930.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

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5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in.

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Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Nozzle 1 Next to Shell Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Pad Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350

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NOT USED Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Nozzle 1 Pad Weld Area Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350

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Shell In Nozzle 1 Vicinity Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Nozzle 1 Transition Area Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Barrel Section of Nozzle 1

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Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Nozzle 1 Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Pad at Nozzle 1

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Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 14,903 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 49% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Nozzle 1 Next to Shell Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 14,339 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 55% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Shell In Nozzle 1 Vicinity Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 13,385 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 44% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Nozzle 1 Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 15,434 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 60% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 16,358 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 27% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Nozzle 1 Next to Shell Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 19,238 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 37% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Shell In Nozzle 1 Vicinity Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 14,703 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 24% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Nozzle 1 Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 31,828 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1)

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Plot Reference: 62% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 11,027 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 7,658,056. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 3,526,298. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 819,207. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,137,381. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 484,888. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 3.204 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.238 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Nozzle 1 Next to Shell Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 12,977 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 595,108. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1,223,304. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 284,190. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 394,568. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 252,600. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.502 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.286 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Shell In Nozzle 1 Vicinity Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 7,345 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 2.7222E10 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 4,850,926. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,126,936.

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WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,564,630. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 666,839. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 7.066 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.124 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Nozzle 1 Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 15,912 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 215,241. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 518,449. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 120,443. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 167,222. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 65,595. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.680 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.595 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 10.129 5.383 15.006 Inplane : 7.162 2.868 10.611 Outplane: 7.162 2.867 10.611 Torsion : 0.716 0.997 1.061 Pressure: 1.325 1.285 2.649 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 8.625 in. Pipe Thk: 0.438 in. Z approx: 23.034 cu.in. Z exact : 21.928 cu.in.

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B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 11.444 Inplane 14.959 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 7.692 Inplane 7.692 Outplane 7.692 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 5.192 Inplane 5.192 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 44994. 10914. 16372. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 123992. 21268. 45116. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 123996. 21268. 45117. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 1060540. 150028. 225041. Pressure (psi ) 241.81 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 53621. 7886. 11829. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 196140. 20398. 43271. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 196166. 20401. 43276. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 564023. 74901. 112351. Pressure (psi ) 249.33 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A

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more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 8.625 in. Wall Thickness = 0.438 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 566269. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 256645. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 256645. in.lb./deg Torsional Rotational Stiffness = 8064298. in.lb./deg

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Discontinuity at Center Nozzle 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

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Nozzle #10 (N10) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,375 in Leg41 = Leg43 = hnew = 0,375 in 0,375 in 1 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Internal projection, hnew: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 A Smls pipe (II-D p. 6, ln. 22) 1 NPS 1 Sch 80 (XS) 1 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 0 0,5 in 237 in 45 in 0,957 in 0,179 in 0 in 3,81 in 1 in 6 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure The attached ASME B16.5 flange limits the nozzle MAWP.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 230 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,1164 0,1566

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,1253 0,1253 0,1253

0,2625 0,2625 (corroded) 0,375

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

Nozzle to shell groove (Lower)

weld size is adequate

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP The vessel wall thickness governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,1164 0,1566

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2)

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UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,1253 0,1253 0,1253

0,2625 0,2625 (corroded) 0,375

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

Nozzle to shell groove (Lower)

weld size is adequate

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:22:53 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 1.315 in. Thickness : 0.157 in. Length : 6.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Insert Length : 1.256 in. Insert Thickness : 0.157 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 3.000 in.

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Distance from Bottom : 237.000 in. Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 13700.0 psi Hot Allowable : 13700.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 48000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 30000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 26500.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. The cylinder length or nozzle/branch location was adjusted so that a better mesh could be generated at each end of the cylinder. The nozzle is now located 5.43 in. down the length of the cylinder and the total cylinder length is 240.00 in. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting

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calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states. /-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7

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Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane) 9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 960 Number of Nodes = 3612 Number of Elements = 1164 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -441. 0. 2 0. 462874. 37097. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 0. 462874. 37097. 5 0. 2127. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 0. 463315. 37097.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2

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4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld Cold Allowable ........... 13700. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 13700. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 13700. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 13700. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 13700. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 13700. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi

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Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 12,147 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 40% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 10,515 20,550 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 51% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 670 20,550 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 3% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 11,670 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 38% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 697 20,550 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 3% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 14,270 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 23% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 18,067 41,100 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 43% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 744 41,100 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 1% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 11,880 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference:

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19% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 5 830 41,100 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 2% 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 9,632 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.1514E8 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 3,076,001. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 714,597. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 992,142. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 610,744. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.307 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.302 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 12,195 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1,100,396. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 34250.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 5,830,184. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,354,430. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,880,483. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 358,496. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.086 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.479 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

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Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 502 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 34250.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1.2006E11 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2.7891E10 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 3.8724E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 3.3400E11 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 3.498 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.222 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 5,940 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 9,203,925. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2,138,196. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2,968,658. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1,260,782. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 28.753 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.034 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 415 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 34250.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 9.1929E10 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2.1356E10 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2.9651E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1.9357E11 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.089 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.479 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

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Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 1.848 1.046 2.738 Inplane : 0.919 0.892 1.362 Outplane: 0.914 0.892 1.354 Torsion : 0.678 0.889 1.004 Pressure: 1.042 1.039 1.544 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 1.315 in. Pipe Thk: 0.157 in. Z approx: 0.165 cu.in. Z exact : 0.148 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 3.921 Inplane 5.124 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.000 Inplane 1.000 Outplane 1.000 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.500 Inplane 1.500 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 11736. 2311. 3466. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 4467. 622. 1319. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 4495. 626. 1328. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 6059. 1193. 1789. Pressure (psi ) 341.23 150.00 150.00

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PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 11195. 1820. 2731. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 3411. 396. 839. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 3411. 397. 841. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 3422. 556. 835. Pressure (psi ) 292.86 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 1.315 in. Wall Thickness = 0.157 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 533075. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 153135. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 61138. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

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Nozzle #11 (N11) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,375 in Leg41 = Leg43 = hnew = 0,375 in 0,375 in 1 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Internal projection, hnew: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 1 Sch 80 (XS) 2 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 180 0,5 in 237 in 45 in 0,957 in 0,179 in 0 in 3,5 in 1 in 6 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure The attached ASME B16.5 flange limits the nozzle MAWP.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 230 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,1164 0,1566

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,1253 0,1253 0,1253

0,2625 0,2625 (corroded) 0,375

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

Nozzle to shell groove (Lower)

weld size is adequate

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP The vessel wall thickness governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,1164 0,1566

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2)

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UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,1253 0,1253 0,1253

0,2625 0,2625 (corroded) 0,375

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

Nozzle to shell groove (Lower)

weld size is adequate

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:23:23 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 1.315 in. Thickness : 0.157 in. Length : 6.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Insert Length : 1.256 in. Insert Thickness : 0.157 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 3.000 in.

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Distance from Bottom : 237.000 in. Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. The cylinder length or nozzle/branch location was adjusted so that a better mesh could be generated at each end of the cylinder. The nozzle is now located 5.43 in. down the length of the cylinder and the total cylinder length is 240.00 in. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 -1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting

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calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states. /-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7

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Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane) 9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 960 Number of Nodes = 3612 Number of Elements = 1164 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -441. 0. 2 -1. -463755. 37097. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 -1. -463755. 37097. 5 0. -2127. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 -1. -463315. 37097.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2

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4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 3732. psi

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Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 14366. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.157 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 12,174 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 40% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 10,536 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 41% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 668 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 2% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 11,695 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 38% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 695 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 2% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 14,279 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 23% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 18,090 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 35% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 744 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 1% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 11,891 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference:

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19% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 832 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 1% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 9,632 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.1514E8 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 3,076,007. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 714,598. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 992,144. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 610,743. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.306 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.302 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 12,195 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1,100,447. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 5,830,221. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,354,439. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,880,495. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 358,498. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.086 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.479 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition

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Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 502 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1.2006E11 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2.7892E10 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 3.8726E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 3.3402E11 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 3.498 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.222 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 5,940 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 9,202,534. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2,137,873. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2,968,209. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1,260,600. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 28.752 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.034 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 415 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 9.1944E10 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2.1360E10 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2.9656E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1.9362E11 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.088 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.479 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

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Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 1.849 1.046 2.740 Inplane : 0.920 0.892 1.362 Outplane: 0.914 0.892 1.354 Torsion : 0.678 0.889 1.004 Pressure: 1.042 1.039 1.544 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 1.315 in. Pipe Thk: 0.157 in. Z approx: 0.165 cu.in. Z exact : 0.148 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 3.921 Inplane 5.124 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.000 Inplane 1.000 Outplane 1.000 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.500 Inplane 1.500 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 12481. 3276. 4914. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 5575. 883. 1873. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 5611. 889. 1885. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 7562. 1694. 2541. Pressure (psi ) 425.92 150.00 150.00

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PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 13973. 2746. 4120. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 4258. 597. 1266. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 4258. 598. 1269. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 4272. 840. 1259. Pressure (psi ) 365.55 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 1.315 in. Wall Thickness = 0.157 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 533070. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 152688. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 61130. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

Tabular Results

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Nozzle #12 (N12) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,375 in Leg41 = 0,375 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Nozzle orientation: Calculated as hillside: Local vessel minimum thickness: End of nozzle to datum line: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Opening chord length:

Ellipsoidal Head #2 0 psi SA-105 (II-D p. 18, ln. 5) 1 NPS 0,75 Class 6000 - threaded 0 Yes 0,487 in 258,0562 in 1,05 in 0,35 in 0 in 1,5075 in

Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: 6,4979 in Distance to head center, R: 35 in Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure The vessel wall thickness governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 252,58 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

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This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,0625 0,35

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,245 0,245

0,2625 0,375

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP The vessel wall thickness governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 252,58 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,0625 0,35

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,245 0,245

0,2625 0,375

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

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Nozzle #13 (N13) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0 in Leg41 = Leg43 = hnew = 0,375 in 0,375 in 1 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Calculated as hillside: Local vessel minimum thickness: End of nozzle to datum line: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Opening chord length: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Internal projection, hnew: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf: Distance to head center, R:

Ellipsoidal Head #2 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 2 Sch 80 (XS) 2 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 180 Yes 0,487 in 258,3231 in 1,939 in 0,218 in 0 in 2,7926 in 3,9843 in 1 in 6,4843 in 35 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 193,98 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,1348 0,1908

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,1526 0,1526

0,2625 0,2625 (corroded)

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 193,98 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,1348 0,1908

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary

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Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41)

Required weld throat size (in)

Actual weld throat size (in)

Status weld size is adequate

0,1526 0,1526

0,2625 0,2625 (corroded)

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

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Nozzle #14 (N14) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0 in Leg41 = Leg43 = hnew = 0,375 in 0,5625 in 0,5625 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Internal projection, hnew: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 8 Sch 80 (XS) 8 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 90 0,5 in 12 in 47 in 7,625 in 0,5 in 0 in 4 in 0,5625 in 8 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary


For P = 188,68 psi @ 300 F The opening is adequately reinforced

(in2)

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

2,8481 2,8481 0,9982 0,9783 0,4809 --

0,3907 0,2818 0,4375

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary (lbf)


All failure paths are stronger than the applicable weld loads Weld load W1-1 Path 1-1 strength Weld load W2-2 Weld load W Path 2-2 strength

39.279,87

21.970

118.954,77

45.548,75

106.424,7

UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,25 0,3625

0,2625 0,3938 (corroded)

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary


For P = 188,68 psi @ 70 F The opening is adequately reinforced

(in2)

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

2,8481 2,8481 0,9982 0,9783 0,4809 --

0,3907 0,2818 0,4375

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary (lbf)


All failure paths are stronger than the applicable weld loads Weld load W1-1 Path 1-1 strength Weld load W2-2 Weld load W Path 2-2 strength

39.279,87

21.970

118.954,77

45.548,75

106.424,7

UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status

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Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41)

0,25 0,3625

0,2625 0,3938 (corroded)

weld size is adequate

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:23:04 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 8.625 in. Thickness : 0.438 in. Length : 8.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Insert Length : 1.055 in. Insert Thickness : 0.438 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 228.000 in.

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Distance from Bottom : 12.000 in. Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 1.000 0.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY

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Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states. /-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8

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Loads from (Outplane) 9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 1032 Number of Nodes = 4063 Number of Elements = 1328 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -8295. 0. 2 -890. -8295. 698509. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 -890. -8295. 698509. 5 255615. 0. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 -890. 0. 698509.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4

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7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 22715. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350

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Branch Next to Header Weld Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 22715. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 22715. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 22715. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 22715. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi

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Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11657. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.438 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 15,983 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 53% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 17,378 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 67% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition S1+S2+S3 4S Part 5 (5.3.2) Load Case 2 9,197 68,400 Plot Reference: psi psi 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 13%

Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 14,193 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1

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Plot Reference: 47% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 16,991 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 28% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 34,184 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 66% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 5,285 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 10% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 14,443 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 24% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 11,463 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 3,683,533. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0

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Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1,759,287. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 408,706. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 567,445. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 362,392. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 6.808 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.128 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 23,050 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 46,679. 1% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 405,383. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 94,176. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 130,753. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 53,089. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.801 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.555 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 3,565 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1.3575E8 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 31,535,548. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 43,783,760. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 18,520,082. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.778 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.562 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 7,209 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 3.8872E10 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0

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Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 5,027,957. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,168,062. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,621,730. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 705,345. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 22.854 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.042 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 13.585 6.630 20.125 Inplane : 6.090 2.653 9.023 Outplane: 8.816 3.409 13.061 Torsion : 0.717 1.001 1.062 Pressure: 1.970 1.485 2.919 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 8.625 in. Pipe Thk: 0.438 in. Z approx: 23.034 cu.in. Z exact : 21.928 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 10.955 Inplane 14.315 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 7.361 Inplane 7.361 Outplane 7.361 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 4.969 Inplane 4.969 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

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Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 33550. 4406. 6609. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 145817. 14517. 30796. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 100736. 9825. 20842. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 1058975. 118522. 177783. Pressure (psi ) 225.34 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 50924. 5770. 8655. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 212045. 16136. 34230. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 191008. 14535. 30834. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 562106. 60825. 91238. Pressure (psi ) 221.52 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping,

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"beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 8.625 in. Wall Thickness = 0.438 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 525314. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 351803. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 176913. in.lb./deg Torsional Rotational Stiffness = 472092864. in.lb./deg

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

Tabular Results

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Nozzle #2 (N2) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,5 in Leg41 = 0,375 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 6 Sch 80 (XS) 6 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 180 0,5 in 226 in 45 in 5,761 in 0,432 in 0 in 2,5 in 6 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 164,51 psi @ 300 F The opening is adequately reinforced

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

1,8821 1,8823 1,0158 0,7463 --

--

0,1202 0,245 0,378

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(1) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,25

0,2625

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 164,51 psi @ 70 F The opening is adequately reinforced

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

1,8821 1,8823 1,0158 0,7463 --

--

0,1202 0,245 0,378

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(1) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,25

0,2625

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:21:30 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 6.625 in. Thickness : 0.378 in. Length : 6.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 14.000 in. Distance from Bottom : 226.000 in.

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Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 -1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states.

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/-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane)

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9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 828 Number of Nodes = 2638 Number of Elements = 840 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -1773. 0. 2 -4. -1732054. 148790. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 -4. -1732054. 148790. 5 0. -130303. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 -4. -1730281. 148790.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4

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8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17565. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.378 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld

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Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17565. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.378 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17565. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Smallest Thickness ....... 0.378 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17565. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.378 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17565. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11884. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.378 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 18,698 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 62% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 18,425 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 71% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 3,067 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 11% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 14,527 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 48% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 23,504 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 39% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 25,447 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 49% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 4,528 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 8% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 14,998 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 24% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 15,853 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 218,896. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 649,388.

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WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 150,862. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 209,455. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 136,986. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.469 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.288 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 17,154 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 161,648. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1,058,903. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 245,997. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 341,541. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 128,805. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.402 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.294 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 3,052 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2.4356E8 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 56,582,940. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 78,559,416. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 40,288,588. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.857 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.538 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 7,499 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.8346E10 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 4,460,972.

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WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,036,344. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,438,854. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 626,634. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 8.298 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.108 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 13.304 6.875 19.710 Inplane : 4.277 2.393 6.336 Outplane: 6.165 2.824 9.133 Torsion : 0.717 0.993 1.062 Pressure: 1.466 1.596 2.172 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 6.625 in. Pipe Thk: 0.378 in. Z approx: 11.586 cu.in. Z exact : 10.965 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 9.465 Inplane 12.368 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 5.518 Inplane 5.518 Outplane 5.518 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 3.725 Inplane 3.725 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

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Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 22583. 4062. 6094. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 96365. 12330. 26155. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 65979. 8899. 18878. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 529817. 99878. 149817. Pressure (psi ) 302.79 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 27676. 2606. 3910. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 117521. 7826. 16602. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 99574. 6631. 14066. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 283263. 26695. 40043. Pressure (psi ) 209.07 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the

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branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 6.625 in. Wall Thickness = 0.378 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 290833. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 208029. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 105345. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model is stiffer than the piping model. Torsional Rotational Stiffness

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

Tabular Results

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Nozzle #3 (N3) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,375 in Leg41 = 0,375 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 4 Sch 80 (XS) 4 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 0 0,5 in 226 in 46 in 3,826 in 0,337 in 0 in 4 in 7 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary


For P = 164,27 psi @ 300 F The opening is adequately reinforced

(in2)

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

1,2528 1,2529 0,6738 0,4589 --

--

0,1202 0,2074 0,2949

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary (lbf)


All failure paths are stronger than the applicable weld loads Weld load W1-1 Path 1-1 strength Weld load W2-2 Weld load W Path 2-2 strength

13.662,24

11.582

48.588,89

17.344,7

61.441,01

UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,2359 0,2359

0,2625 0,375

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary


For P = 164,27 psi @ 70 F The opening is adequately reinforced

(in2)

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

1,2528 1,2529 0,6738 0,4589 --

--

0,1202 0,2074 0,2949

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary (lbf)


All failure paths are stronger than the applicable weld loads Weld load W1-1 Path 1-1 strength Weld load W2-2 Weld load W Path 2-2 strength

13.662,24

11.582

48.588,89

17.344,7

61.441,01

UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,2359

0,2625

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Nozzle to shell groove (Lower)

0,2359

0,375

weld size is adequate

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:21:35 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 4.500 in. Thickness : 0.295 in. Length : 7.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 14.000 in. Distance from Bottom : 226.000 in.

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Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states.

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/-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane)

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9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 828 Number of Nodes = 2782 Number of Elements = 888 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -1372. 0. 2 0. 1380492. 115234. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 0. 1380492. 115234. 5 0. 46902. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 0. 1381864. 115234.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4

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8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12039. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.295 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld

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Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12039. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.295 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12039. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Smallest Thickness ....... 0.295 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12039. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.295 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12039. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12195. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.295 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 16,788 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 55% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 16,220 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 63% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 1,865 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 7% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 13,193 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 43% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Branch away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 2,078 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 8% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 23,033 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 38% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 24,656 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 48% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 5 2,607 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 5% 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 13,987 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 23% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 5 3,089 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1)

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Plot Reference: 6% 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 15,547 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 239,282. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 692,947. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 160,981. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 223,505. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 145,239. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.069 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.326 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 16,643 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 180,261. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1,392,213. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 323,430. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 449,048. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 141,039. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.855 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.350 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 1,760 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1.5503E9 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 3.6016E8

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WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 5.0004E8 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 6.3162E8 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.286 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.304 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 6,993 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 6.9466E10 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 5,548,528. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,288,998. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,789,637. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 772,922. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 8.579 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.104 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 1,545 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 9.3176E8 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2.1646E8 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 3.0053E8 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 2.7062E8 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.228 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.449 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 9.197 5.481 13.626 Inplane : 2.799 1.721 4.146

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Outplane: 3.395 1.909 5.030 Torsion : 0.718 0.962 1.064 Pressure: 1.422 1.436 2.107 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 4.500 in. Pipe Thk: 0.295 in. Z approx: 4.096 cu.in. Z exact : 3.846 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 7.384 Inplane 9.649 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 3.501 Inplane 3.501 Outplane 3.501 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 2.363 Inplane 2.363 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 15932. 3120. 4680. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 47586. 7163. 15194. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 39223. 6015. 12759. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 185471. 37675. 56512. Pressure (psi ) 312.09 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 18233. 2230. 3344. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 57324. 4957. 10515. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 51667. 4467. 9477. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 102501. 12534. 18801.

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Pressure (psi ) 236.91 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 4.500 in. Wall Thickness = 0.295 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 239701. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 122811. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 73369. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model is stiffer than the piping model. Torsional Rotational Stiffness

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

Tabular Results

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Nozzle #4 (N4) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,1875 in Leg41 = 0,25 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 2 Sch 80 (XS) 2 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 0 0,5 in 12 in 47 in 1,939 in 0,218 in 0 in 5,5 in 8 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure The attached ASME B16.5 flange limits the nozzle MAWP.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 230 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,1348 0,1908

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,1526 0,1526

0,175 0,1875

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP The vessel wall thickness governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,1348 0,1908

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary

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Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower)

Required weld size (in)

Actual weld size (in)

Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,1526 0,1526

0,175 0,1875

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:21:36 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.250 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 2.375 in. Thickness : 0.191 in. Length : 8.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.250 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 228.000 in. Distance from Bottom : 12.000 in.

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Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states.

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/-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane)

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9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 888 Number of Nodes = 3218 Number of Elements = 1032 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -731. 0. 2 0. 760927. 61485. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 0. 760927. 61485. 5 0. 8448. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 0. 761658. 61485.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4

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8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 6456. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.191 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld

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Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 6456. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.191 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 6456. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Smallest Thickness ....... 0.191 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 6456. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.191 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 6456. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12757. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.191 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 15,859 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 52% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 15,225 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 59% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 1,311 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 5% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 12,303 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 41% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Branch away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 1,397 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 5% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 22,939 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 38% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 25,621 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 49% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 5 1,907 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 3% 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 13,182 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 21% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 5 2,500 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1)

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Plot Reference: 4% 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 15,484 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 243,813. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 782,793. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 181,853. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 252,484. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 165,062. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.884 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.347 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 17,294 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 156,975. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1,687,447. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 392,017. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 544,274. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 125,697. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.407 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.416 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 1,287 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 5.5935E9 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1.2994E9

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WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1.8041E9 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 3.0187E9 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.061 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.327 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 6,591 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 6,669,916. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,549,512. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2,151,332. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 922,894. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 9.541 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.095 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 1,250 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2.4896E9 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 5.7836E8 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 8.0300E8 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 7.7868E8 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.840 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.543 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 4.754 3.106 7.043 Inplane : 1.718 0.973 2.546

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Outplane: 1.780 0.991 2.637 Torsion : 0.705 0.932 1.044 Pressure: 1.478 1.357 2.190 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 2.375 in. Pipe Thk: 0.191 in. Z approx: 0.715 cu.in. Z exact : 0.662 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 4.775 Inplane 6.240 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.606 Inplane 1.606 Outplane 1.606 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.500 Inplane 1.500 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 9531. 1942. 2913. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 13346. 2605. 5526. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 12885. 2515. 5335. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 32536. 6574. 9862. Pressure (psi ) 300.33 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 10807. 1461. 2192. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 17459. 1669. 3541. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 17140. 1639. 3477. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 18218. 2464. 3695.

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Pressure (psi ) 252.39 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 2.375 in. Wall Thickness = 0.191 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 350358. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 64192. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 46954. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model is stiffer than the piping model. Torsional Rotational Stiffness

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

Tabular Results

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Nozzle #5 (N5) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0 in Leg41 = Leg43 = hnew = 0,375 in 1 in 3 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Flange description: Bolt Material: Flange rated MDMT: (UCS-66(b)(1)(b)) Liquid static head on flange: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAWP: ASME B16.5 flange rating MAP: ASME B16.5 flange hydro test: PWHT performed: Circumferential joint radiography: Nozzle orientation: Calculated as hillside: Local vessel minimum thickness: End of nozzle to datum line: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance: Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: Internal projection, hnew: Projection available outside vessel to flange face, Lf: Distance to head center, R:

Ellipsoidal Head #2 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 18 Sch 1,000 18 inch Class 150 WN A105 SA-193 B7 Bolt <= 2 1/2 (II-D p. 334, ln. 32) -55F 0 psi 230 psi @ 300F 285 psi @ 70F 450 psi @ 70F No Full UW-11(a) Type 1 0 No 0,487 in 268 in 16 in 1 in 0 in 1,2894 in 3 in 6,7894 in 0 in

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Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary


For P = 223,83 psi @ 300 F The opening is adequately reinforced

(in2)

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

6,3989 6,3991 1,4797 1,8623 2,0819 --

0,9752 0,1055 0,875

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary (lbf)


All failure paths are stronger than the applicable weld loads Weld load W1-1 Path 1-1 strength Weld load W2-2 Weld load W Path 2-2 strength

101.604,8

39.650

408.482,84

115.043,9

325.752,13

UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status weld size is adequate

0,25 0,3462

0,2625 0,7 (corroded)

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

weld size is adequate

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP Available reinforcement per UG-37 governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary


For P = 223,83 psi @ 70 F The opening is adequately reinforced

(in2)

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

6,3989 6,3991 1,4797 1,8623 2,0819 --

0,9752 0,1055 0,875

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary (lbf)


All failure paths are stronger than the applicable weld loads Weld load W1-1 Path 1-1 strength Weld load W2-2 Weld load W Path 2-2 strength

101.604,8

39.650

408.482,84

115.043,9

325.752,13

UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary


Weld description Required weld throat size (in) Actual weld throat size (in) Status

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Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41)

0,25 0,3462

0,2625 0,7 (corroded)

weld size is adequate

Nozzle to inside shell fillet (Leg 43)

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:21:09 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Elliptical Head Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.487 in. Ellipse Ratio : 2.000 Straight Flange Length : 2.000 in. Attached Shell Length : 240.000 in. Attached Shell Thick : 0.487 in. Shell Transition Length: 0.039 in. Shell Transition SCF : 0.000 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 18.000 in. Thickness : 0.875 in.

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Length : 6.500 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Insert Length : 3.776 in. Insert Thickness : 0.875 in. Location perpendicular to the head centerline : 0.000 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector: 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Centerline Vector: 0.000 0.000 1.000 Zero Degree Orientation Vector: 0.000 1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed.

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THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states. /-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Thermal Only) 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane)

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8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane) 9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 1392 Number of Nodes = 3853 Number of Elements = 1296 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -9139. 0. 2 0. -9139. 707902. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 0. -9139. 707902. 5 0. 0. 941468. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 0. 0. 707902.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

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5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in.

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Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Nozzle 1 Next to Shell Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Pad Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350

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NOT USED Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Nozzle 1 Pad Weld Area Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350

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Shell In Nozzle 1 Vicinity Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Nozzle 1 Transition Area Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Barrel Section of Nozzle 1

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Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Nozzle 1 Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Pad at Nozzle 1

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Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 12012. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20000. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 12012. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.875 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 13,207 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 44% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Nozzle 1 Next to Shell Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 11,511 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 44% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Shell In Nozzle 1 Vicinity Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 12,311 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 41% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Nozzle 1 Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 11,912 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 46% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 15,441 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 25% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Nozzle 1 Next to Shell Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 17,615 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 34% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Shell In Nozzle 1 Vicinity Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 13,507 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 22% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Nozzle 1 Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 23,959 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1)

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Plot Reference: 46% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Shell Next to Nozzle 1 Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 10,409 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 23,030,240. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 4,232,365. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 983,235. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,365,118. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 576,520. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.815 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.262 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Nozzle 1 Next to Shell Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 11,887 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1,899,477. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1,952,002. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 453,476. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 629,604. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 384,187. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.079 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.481 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Shell In Nozzle 1 Vicinity Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 6,753 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 6,315,883. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,467,265.

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WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2,037,142. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 857,999. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 6.068 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.141 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Nozzle 1 Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 11,978 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1,614,597. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 774,155. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 179,847. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 249,698. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 152,619. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 0.712 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.584 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 18.810 6.539 27.866 Inplane : 17.765 6.847 26.319 Outplane: 17.765 6.851 26.318 Torsion : 0.969 1.435 1.435 Pressure: 0.997 1.099 1.994 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 18.000 in. Pipe Thk: 0.875 in. Z approx: 201.539 cu.in. Z exact : 192.242 cu.in.

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B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 22.888 Inplane 29.918 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 22.298 Inplane 22.298 Outplane 22.298 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 15.051 Inplane 15.051 Outplane 3.325 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 101359. 25103. 37654. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 438261. 76750. 162811. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 438274. 76752. 162816. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 8036165. 1832154. 2748232. Pressure (psi ) 321.22 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 196558. 36119. 54179. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 842261. 111131. 235745. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 841783. 111068. 235611. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 4018774. 749890. 1124836. Pressure (psi ) 323.03 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A

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more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 18.000 in. Wall Thickness = 0.875 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 1275837. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 1517246. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 1517247. in.lb./deg Torsional Rotational Stiffness = 48777128. in.lb./deg

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Discontinuity at Center Nozzle 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

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Nozzle #6 (N6) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,375 in Leg41 = 0,375 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-105 (II-D p. 18, ln. 5) 1 NPS 0,375 Class 6000 - threaded 270 0,5 in 144 in 45 in 0,675 in 0,2875 in 0 in

Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: 6 in Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure The vessel wall thickness governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

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A3

A5

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treq

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UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,2012 0,2013

0,2625 0,375

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP The vessel wall thickness governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,0625 0,2875

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,2012 0,2013

0,2625 0,375

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:22:49 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 1.250 in. Thickness : 0.287 in. Length : 6.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 96.000 in. Distance from Bottom : 144.000 in.

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Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 36000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31800.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29200000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : -1.000 0.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states.

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/-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane)

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9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 900 Number of Nodes = 4240 Number of Elements = 1356 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -422. 0. 2 -443556. -422. 35502. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 -443556. -422. 35502. 5 -3528. 0. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 -443556. 0. 35502.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4

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8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4058. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.287 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld

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Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4058. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.287 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4058. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Smallest Thickness ....... 0.287 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4058. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.287 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4058. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 20110. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.287 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 12,197 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 40% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 9,050 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 30% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 352 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 1% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 11,760 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 39% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Branch away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 419 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 1% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 13,535 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 22% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 17,987 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 29% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 486 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 0% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 11,799 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 19% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 491 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1)

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Plot Reference: 0% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 9,136 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 3.2381E8 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 3,624,190. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 841,948. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,168,956. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 715,768. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.418 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.293 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 12,141 1,786,975 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1,046,077. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 3,810,786. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 885,297. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,229,141. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 370,831. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.002 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.499 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 325 1,786,975 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 3.0434E11 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 7.0702E10

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WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 9.8162E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 3.0617E12 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.237 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.309 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 5,900 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 9,403,123. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2,184,472. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 3,032,908. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1,287,048. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 30.241 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.032 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 240 1,786,975 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 3.0383E11 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 7.0585E10 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 9.8000E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 3.0762E12 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.886 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.257 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 2.791 1.178 4.135 Inplane : 0.862 0.779 1.277

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Outplane: 0.860 0.779 1.274 Torsion : 0.691 0.790 1.024 Pressure: 1.038 1.042 1.537 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 1.250 in. Pipe Thk: 0.287 in. Z approx: 0.209 cu.in. Z exact : 0.175 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 7.199 Inplane 9.407 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.345 Inplane 1.345 Outplane 1.345 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.500 Inplane 1.500 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 12613. 3302. 4953. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 8244. 1788. 3794. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 8265. 1793. 3803. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 10275. 3152. 4729. Pressure (psi ) 500.37 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 22135. 4379. 6568. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 6755. 1131. 2399. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 6756. 1131. 2400. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 6665. 1564. 2346.

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Pressure (psi ) 369.00 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 1.250 in. Wall Thickness = 0.287 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 580188. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 120031. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 39951. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model is stiffer than the piping model. Torsional Rotational Stiffness

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

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Nozzle #7 (N7) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,375 in Leg41 = 0,375 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 0,5 Class 6000 - threaded 0 0,5 in 132 in 45 in 0,84 in 0,33 in 0 in

Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: 6 in Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure The vessel wall thickness governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

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UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,231 0,231

0,2625 0,375

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP The vessel wall thickness governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,0625 0,2888

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,231 0,231

0,2625 0,375

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:22:31 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 1.500 in. Thickness : 0.289 in. Length : 6.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 108.000 in. Distance from Bottom : 132.000 in.

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Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states.

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/-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane)

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9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 900 Number of Nodes = 4096 Number of Elements = 1308 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -495. 0. 2 0. 518840. 41635. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 0. 518840. 41635. 5 0. 5102. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 0. 519335. 41635.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4

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8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4644. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.289 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld

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Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4644. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.289 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4644. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Smallest Thickness ....... 0.289 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4644. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.289 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 4644. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17969. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.289 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 12,098 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 40% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 9,976 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 38% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 497 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 1% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 11,652 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 38% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Branch away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 530 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 2% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 15,136 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 25% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 18,752 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 36% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 548 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 1% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 11,978 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 19% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 5 740 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1)

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Plot Reference: 1% 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 10,217 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 32,921,626. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2,562,633. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 595,334. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 826,559. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 511,837. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.168 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.316 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 12,658 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 744,660. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 3,387,799. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 787,031. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 1,092,709. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 320,616. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.127 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.470 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 369 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2.0518E11 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 4.7666E10

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WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 6.6179E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1.5564E12 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 4.350 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.187 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 5,989 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 8,975,190. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2,085,058. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2,894,881. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1,230,195. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 21.870 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.044 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 370 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 8.3280E10 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1.9347E10 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2.6861E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 3.4257E11 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.163 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.462 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 3.510 1.320 5.200 Inplane : 0.931 0.817 1.379

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Outplane: 0.931 0.817 1.379 Torsion : 0.697 0.818 1.033 Pressure: 1.082 1.035 1.603 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 1.500 in. Pipe Thk: 0.289 in. Z approx: 0.333 cu.in. Z exact : 0.284 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 7.229 Inplane 9.446 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.589 Inplane 1.589 Outplane 1.589 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.500 Inplane 1.500 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 12678. 3337. 5005. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 10562. 2250. 4773. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 10560. 2250. 4773. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 14099. 4248. 6372. Pressure (psi ) 410.35 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 21354. 4346. 6520. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 8910. 1299. 2756. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 8911. 1300. 2759. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 8900. 1816. 2724.

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Pressure (psi ) 371.54 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 1.500 in. Wall Thickness = 0.289 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 550315. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 81225. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 34619. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model is stiffer than the piping model. Torsional Rotational Stiffness

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

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Nozzle #8 (N8) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,375 in Leg41 = 0,375 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 0,75 Class 6000 - threaded 0 0,5 in 144 in 45 in 1,05 in 0,35 in 0 in

Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: 6 in Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure The vessel wall thickness governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

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UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,245 0,245

0,2625 0,375

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP The vessel wall thickness governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,0625 0,3063

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,245 0,245

0,2625 0,375

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:23:23 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 1.750 in. Thickness : 0.306 in. Length : 6.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 96.000 in. Distance from Bottom : 144.000 in.

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Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states.

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/-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane)

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9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 900 Number of Nodes = 4024 Number of Elements = 1284 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -568. 0. 2 0. 594145. 47767. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 0. 594145. 47767. 5 0. 7367. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 0. 594713. 47767.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4

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8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld

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Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 12,158 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 40% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 10,701 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 41% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 599 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 2% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 11,583 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 38% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Branch away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 608 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 2% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 16,249 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 27% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 19,479 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 37% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 5 668 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 1% 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 5 12,182 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 20% 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 5 1,017 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1)

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Plot Reference: 1% 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 10,968 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 8,509,863. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2,055,679. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 477,562. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 663,044. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 413,678. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.066 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.326 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 13,149 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 528,560. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2,877,451. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 668,471. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 928,101. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 286,022. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.209 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.453 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 451 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1.0890E11 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2.5299E10

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WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 3.5124E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 5.7063E11 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.304 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.434 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 6,091 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 8,519,013. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,979,082. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2,747,745. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1,169,486. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 16.704 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.056 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 509 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2.9781E10 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 6.9186E9 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 9.6057E9 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 6.9891E10 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.076 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.482 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 4.425 1.710 6.555 Inplane : 1.018 0.834 1.509

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Outplane: 1.024 0.834 1.517 Torsion : 0.703 0.834 1.042 Pressure: 1.124 1.040 1.665 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 1.750 in. Pipe Thk: 0.306 in. Z approx: 0.501 cu.in. Z exact : 0.432 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 7.670 Inplane 10.022 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.881 Inplane 1.881 Outplane 1.881 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.500 Inplane 1.500 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 12716. 3362. 5042. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 14700. 3102. 6580. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 14615. 3084. 6541. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 21289. 6263. 9394. Pressure (psi ) 395.03 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 20840. 4045. 6068. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 13292. 1842. 3908. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 13295. 1844. 3912. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 13293. 2582. 3873.

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Pressure (psi ) 359.11 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 1.750 in. Wall Thickness = 0.306 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 499580. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 75877. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 34380. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model is stiffer than the piping model. Torsional Rotational Stiffness

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

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Nozzle #9 (N9) ASME Section VIII Division 1, 2010 Edition tw(lower) = 0,25 in Leg41 = 0,375 in

Note: round inside edges per UG-76(c)

Located on: Liquid static head included: Nozzle material specification: Nozzle longitudinal joint efficiency: Nozzle description: Nozzle orientation: Local vessel minimum thickness: Nozzle center line offset to datum line: End of nozzle to shell center: Nozzle inside diameter, new: Nozzle nominal wall thickness: Nozzle corrosion allowance:

Cylinder #1 0 psi SA-106 B Smls pipe (II-D p. 10, ln. 40) 1 NPS 0,75 Class 6000 - threaded 180 0,5 in 144 in 45 in 1,05 in 0,35 in 0 in

Projection available outside vessel, Lpr: 6 in Reinforcement Calculations for Internal Pressure The vessel wall thickness governs the MAWP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 300 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

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UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,245 0,245

0,2625 0,25

This opening does not require reinforcement per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

Reinforcement Calculations for MAP The vessel wall thickness governs the MAP of this nozzle.

UG-37 Area Calculation Summary (in2)


For P = 257,73 psi @ 70 F

UG-45 Nozzle Wall Thickness Summary (in)


The nozzle passes UG-45

A required

A available

A1

A2

A3

A5

A welds

treq

tmin

This nozzle is exempt from area calculations per UG-36(c)(3)(a)

0,0625 0,3063

UG-41 Weld Failure Path Analysis Summary The nozzle is exempt from weld strength calculations per UW-15(b)(2) UW-16 Weld Sizing Summary
Weld description Nozzle to shell fillet (Leg 41) Nozzle to shell groove (Lower) Required weld size (in) Actual weld size (in) Status weld size is adequate weld size is adequate

0,245 0,245

0,2625 0,25

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Tabular Results

Results were generated with the finite element program FE/Pipe&#174. Stress results are post-processed in accordance with the rules specified in ASME Section III and ASME Section VIII, Division 2. Analysis Time Stamp: Wed Feb 13 13:23:33 2013.

Model Notes Load Case Report Solution Data ASME Code Stress Output Plots Region Data ASME Overstressed Areas Highest Primary Stress Ratios Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Stress Intensification Factors Allowable Loads Flexibilities Graphical Results

Model Notes Input Echo: Model Type : Cylindrical Shell Parent Outside Diameter : 78.000 in. Thickness : 0.500 in. Fillet Along Shell : 0.375 in. Parent Properties: Cold Allowable : 20000.0 psi Hot Allowable : 20000.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 70000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 38000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 33600.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in.(NOT USED) Nozzle Outside Diameter : 1.750 in. Thickness : 0.306 in. Length : 6.250 in. Nozzle Weld Length : 0.375 in. Nozzle Tilt Angle : 0.000 deg. Distance from Top : 96.000 in. Distance from Bottom : 144.000 in.

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Nozzle Properties Cold Allowable : 17100.0 psi Hot Allowable : 17100.0 psi Material ID #2 : Low Alloy Steel Ultimate Tensile (Amb) : 60000.0 psi Yield Strength (Amb) : 35000.0 psi Yield Strength (Hot) : 31000.0 psi Elastic Modulus (Amb) : 29400000.0 psi Poissons Ratio : 0.300 Weight Density : 0.2830E+00 lb./cu.in. (NOT USED) Design Operating Cycles : 0. Ambient Temperature (Deg.) : 70.00 The following temperatures have been specified for the analysis: Nozzle Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Inside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Vessel Outside Temperature : 300.00 deg. Nozzle Pressure : 150.0 psi Vessel Pressure : 150.0 psi

No external forces or bending moments were included in this analysis.

Both ends of the model are "fixed," except that one end is free axially so that longitudinal pressure stresses may be developed in the geometry. Stresses will be calculated in the weld elements surrounding the junction of the nozzle with the parent shell. This is typically done to get accurate values for the pressure stresses on the inside surface of the nozzle in the longitudinal plane. The effect of any external loads will overemphasized (too conservative) in this run. Stresses are NOT averaged. Vessel Centerline Vector : 0.000 0.000 1.000 Nozzle Orientation Vector : 0.000 -1.000 0.000

Table of Contents Load Case Report Inner and outer element temperatures are the same throughout the model. No thermal ratcheting calculations will be performed. THE 10 LOAD CASES ANALYZED ARE: 1 WEIGHT ONLY Weight ONLY case run to get the stress range between the installed and the operating states.

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/-------- Loads in Case 1 Loads due to Weight 2 SUSTAINED Sustained case run to satisfy local primary membrane and bending stress limits. /-------- Loads in Case 2 Loads due to Weight Pressure Case 1 3 Thermal ONLY Thermal ONLY case run in the event expansion stresses exceed the secondary stress allowable. /-------- Loads in Case 3 Temperature Case 1 4 OPERATING Case run to compute the operating stresses used in secondary, peak and range calculations as needed. /-------- Loads in Case 4 Pressure Case 1 Temperature Case 1 Loads from (Operating) 5 EXPANSION (Fatigue Calc Performed) Expansion case run to get the RANGE of stresses. /-------- Combinations in Expansion Case 5 Plus Stress Results from CASE 4 Minus Stress Results from CASE 1 6 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 6 Loads from (Axial) 7 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 7 Loads from (Inplane) 8 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 8 Loads from (Outplane)

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9 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 9 Loads from (Torsion) 10 Program Generated -- Force Only Case run to compute sif's and flexibilities. /-------- Loads in Case 10 Pressure Case 1

Table of Contents Solution Data Maximum Solution Row Size = 900 Number of Nodes = 4024 Number of Elements = 1284 Number of Solution Cases = 9 Summation of Loads per Case Case # FX FY FZ 1 0. -568. 0. 2 -1. -595282. 47767. 3 0. 0. 0. 4 -1. -595282. 47767. 5 0. -7367. 0. 6 0. 0. 0. 7 0. 0. 0. 8 0. 0. 0. 9 -1. -594713. 47767.

Table of Contents ASME Code Stress Output Plots 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS,Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS,S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE,Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE,Bending) Case 4

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8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF,Outside) Case 10 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP,Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Region Data Header Next to Nozzle Weld Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Next to Header Weld

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Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Branch Transition Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi

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Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.350 Header away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 20000. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 20000. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000 Branch away from Junction Cold Allowable ........... 17100. psi Hot Allowable @ 300 deg .. 17100. psi Case 2 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 4 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 5 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 0. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 11700. psi Case 6 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 5303. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 7 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 8 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 9

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Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 17044. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Case 10 Nominal Stress (M/Z) ... 11700. psi Pressure Stress (Pd/2t) .. 0. psi Smallest Thickness ....... 0.306 in. Stress Concentration ..... 1.000

Table of Contents ASME Overstressed Areas

*** NO OVERSTRESSED NODES IN THIS MODEL ***

Table of Contents Highest Primary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 12,186 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 40% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 10,727 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 41% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Branch Transition Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 598 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 2% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Header away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 11,607 30,000 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 38% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

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Branch away from Junction Pl 1.5(k)Smh Primary Membrane Load Case 2 607 25,650 Sect VIII Ref: AD-140, 4-112(i), 4-133, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1, Table 4-120.1 Plot Reference: 2% 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS,Membrane) Case 2

Table of Contents Highest Secondary Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 16,258 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 27% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 19,505 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 38% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 671 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 1% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Inner) Load Case 4 12,189 60,000 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1) Plot Reference: 20% 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Inside) Case 4

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q 3(Smavg) Primary+Secondary (Outer) Load Case 4 1,020 51,300 Sect VIII Ref: 4-120(b)(4),4-134,4-136.6, psi psi Fig. 4-130.1(Note 1)

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Plot Reference: 1% 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE,Outside) Case 4

Table of Contents Highest Fatigue Stress Ratios Header Next to Nozzle Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 10,968 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 8,511,470. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2,055,766. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 477,582. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 663,072. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 413,690. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 2.065 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.326 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Next to Header Weld Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 13,149 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 528,553. 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2,877,438. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 668,468. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 928,096. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 286,021. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.209 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.453 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch Transition Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 451 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.350 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 1.0890E11 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 2.5299E10

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WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 3.5125E10 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 5.7063E11 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.304 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.434 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Header away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Inner) Load Case 5 6,091 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 50000.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 8,519,488. WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 1,979,192. WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 2,747,898. BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 1,169,552. Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 16.722 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.056 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Inside) Case 5

Branch away from Junction Pl+Pb+Q+F Sa Primary+Secondary+Peak (Outer) Load Case 5 509 1,799,215 Stress Concentration Factor = 1.000 psi psi Strain Concentration Factor = 1.000 Cycles Allowed for this Stress = 1.0000E11 0% "B31" Fatigue Stress Allowable = 42750.0 Markl Fatigue Stress Allowable = 245000.0 WRC 474 Mean Cycles to Failure = 2.9781E10 WRC 474 99% Probability Cycles = 6.9184E9 WRC 474 95% Probability Cycles = 9.6055E9 BS5500 Allowed Cycles(Curve F) = 6.9888E10 Membrane-to-Bending Ratio = 1.076 Bending-to-PL+PB+Q Ratio = 0.482 Sect VIII Ref: 4-112(l)(2),Fig.4-130.1,4-135 Plot Reference: 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP,Outside) Case 5

Table of Contents Stress Intensification Factors Branch/Nozzle Sif Summary Peak Primary Secondary Axial : 4.425 1.710 6.555 Inplane : 1.018 0.834 1.509

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Outplane: 1.024 0.834 1.517 Torsion : 0.703 0.834 1.042 Pressure: 1.124 1.040 1.665 The above stress intensification factors are to be used in a beam-type analysis of the piping system. Inplane, Outplane and Torsional sif's should be used with the matching branch pipe whose diameter and thickness is given below. The axial sif should be used to intensify the axial stress in the branch pipe calculated by F/A. The pressure sif should be used to intensify the nominal pressure stress in the PARENT or HEADER, calculated from PD/2T. Pipe OD : 1.750 in. Pipe Thk: 0.306 in. Z approx: 0.501 cu.in. Z exact : 0.432 cu.in. B31.3 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 7.670 Inplane 10.022 Outplane 1.000 Torsional B31.1 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.881 Inplane 1.881 Outplane 1.881 Torsional WRC 330 Peak Stress Sif .... 0.000 Axial 1.500 Inplane 1.500 Outplane 1.000 Torsional

Table of Contents Allowable Loads SECONDARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type (Range): Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 12715. 3361. 5042. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 14700. 3102. 6580. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 14616. 3084. 6542. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 21289. 6263. 9394. Pressure (psi ) 395.03 150.00 150.00

PRIMARY Maximum Conservative Realistic Load Type: Individual Simultaneous Simultaneous Occuring Occuring Occuring Axial Force (lb. ) 20839. 4045. 6067. Inplane Moment (in. lb.) 13292. 1842. 3908. Outplane Moment (in. lb.) 13295. 1844. 3912. Torsional Moment (in. lb.) 13293. 2582. 3873.

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Pressure (psi ) 359.11 150.00 150.00

NOTES: 1) Maximum Individual Occuring Loads are the maximum allowed values of the respective loads if all other load components are zero, i.e. the listed axial force may be applied if the inplane, outplane and torsional moments, and the pressure are zero. 2) The Conservative Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A conservative stress combination equation is used that typically produces stresses within 50-70% of the allowable stress. 3) The Realistic Allowable Simultaneous loads are the maximum loads that can be applied simultaneously. A more realistic stress combination equation is used based on experience at Paulin Research. Stresses are typically produced within 80-105% of the allowable. 4) Secondary allowable loads are limits for expansion and operating piping loads. 5) Primary allowable loads are limits for weight, primary and sustained type piping loads.

Table of Contents Flexibilities The following stiffnesses should be used in a piping, "beam-type" analysis of the intersection. The stiffnesses should be inserted at the surface of the branch/header or nozzle/vessel junction. The general characteristics used for the branch pipe should be: Outside Diameter = 1.750 in. Wall Thickness = 0.306 in. Axial Translational Stiffness = 499578. lb./in. Inplane Rotational Stiffness = 75863. in.lb./deg Outplane Rotational Stiffness = 34384. in.lb./deg The following stiffness(es) were not generated because of errors in input or because the finite element model is stiffer than the piping model. Torsional Rotational Stiffness

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Finite Element Model Finite Element Model Elements at Discontinuity 1) Pl < 1.5(k)Smh (SUS Membrane) Case 2 2) Qb < 3(Smh) (SUS Bending) Case 2 3) S1+S2+S3 < 4S (SUS S1+S2+S3) Case 2 4) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Inside) Case 4 5) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (OPE Outside) Case 4 6) Membrane < User (OPE Membrane) Case 4 7) Bending < User (OPE Bending) Case 4 13) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Inside) Case 5 14) Pl+Pb+Q < 3(Smavg) (EXP Outside) Case 5 15) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Inside) Case 5 16) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (EXP Outside) Case 5 8) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 6 9) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 7 10) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 8 11) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 9 12) Pl+Pb+Q+F < Sa (SIF Outside) Case 10

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Saddle #2

Saddle material: Saddle construction is: Saddle allowable stress: Saddle yield stress: Saddle distance to datum: Tangent to tangent length: Saddle separation: Vessel radius: Tangent distance left: Tangent distance right: Saddle height: Saddle contact angle: Wear plate thickness: Wear plate width: Wear plate contact angle: Web plate thickness: Base plate length: Base plate width: Base plate thickness: Number of stiffener ribs: Largest stiffener rib spacing: Stiffener rib thickness: Saddle width: Anchor bolt size & type: Anchor bolt material: Anchor bolt allowable shear: Anchor bolt corrosion allowance: Anchor bolts per saddle: Base coefficient of friction: 15.000 0 2 0,45 Ss = Sy = L= Ls = R= Al = Ar = Hs = = tp = Wp = w = ts = E= F= tb = n= di = tw = B= 20.000 38.000 36 244 168 39 38 38 57 120 0,375 10 130 0,5 69 8 0,5625 4 22,5 0,5 8

A-36 Web at edge of rib psi psi in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in 1 inch series 8 threaded psi in

Weight on left saddle: operating corr =5.768 lb, test new =28.445 lb Weight on right saddle: operating corr =5.173 lb, test new =27.861 lb Weight of saddle pair =1.052 lb

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Notes: (1) Saddle calculations are based on the method presented in "Stresses in Large Cylindrical Pressure Vessels on Two Saddle Supports" by L.P. Zick.

Load

Vessel condition

Bending + pressure between saddles (psi) S1


(+)

Bending + pressure at the saddle (psi) S2


(+) 6.341 8.944

allow S1 allow (-) (-) (+)


20.000 34.200 47 231 14.078 14.078

allow S2 allow
(+) (-) (-) 20.000 34.200 151 778 14.078 14.078

Weight Weight

Operating Test

6.237 8.396

Load

Vessel condition

Tangential shear (psi)

Circumferential stress (psi) S4 (horns)


-2.427 -11.970

Stress over saddle (psi) S5


521 2.571

Splitting (psi)

S3
Weight Weight Operating Test 223 1.075

allow
16.000 27.360

allow (+/-)
30.000 34.200

allow S6 allow
16.800 34.200 115 565 13.333 34.200

Longitudinal stress between saddles (Weight ,Operating, left saddle loading and geometry govern) S1 = +- 3*K1*Q*(L / 12) / (*R2*t) = 3*0,314*5.768*(244 / 12) / (*38,752*0,5) = 47 psi Sp = P*R / (2*t) = 160,77*38,5 / (2*0,5) = 6.190 psi Maximum tensile stress S1t = S1 + Sp = 6.237 psi Maximum compressive stress (shut down) S1c = S1 = 47 psi Tensile stress is acceptable (<=1*S*E = 20.000 psi) Compressive stress is acceptable (<=1*Sc = 14.078 psi) Longitudinal stress at the left saddle (Weight ,Operating) Le = 2*(Left head depth) / 3 + L + 2*(Right head depth) / 3 = 2*19,7435 / 3 + 244 + 2*19,7435 / 3 = 270,3247 in w = Wt / Le = 10.941 / 270,3247 = 40,47 lbf/in Bending moment at the left saddle: Mq = w*(2*H*Al / 3 + Al2 / 2 - (R2 - H2) / 4)

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= 40,47*(2*19,7435*38 / 3 + 382 / 2 - (392 - 19,74352) / 4) = 38.019,6 lbf-in S2 = +- Mq*K1' / (*R2*t) = 38.019,6*9,3799 / (*38,752*0,5) = 151 psi Sp = P*R / (2*t) = 160,77*38,5 / (2*0,5) = 6.190 psi Maximum tensile stress S2t = S2 + Sp = 6.341 psi Maximum compressive stress (shut down) S2c = S2 = 151 psi Tensile stress is acceptable (<=1*S = 20.000 psi) Compressive stress is acceptable (<=1*Sc = 14.078 psi) Tangential shear stress in the shell (left saddle, Weight ,Operating) Qshear = Q - w*(a + 2*H / 3) = 5.768 - 40,47*(38 + 2*19,7435 / 3) = 3.697,28 lbf S3 = K2,2*Qshear / (R*t) = K2,2*3.697,28 / (38,75*0,5) = 223 psi Tangential shear stress is acceptable (<= 0.8*S = 16.000 psi) Circumferential stress at the left saddle horns (Weight ,Operating) S4 = -Q / (4*t*(b+1,56*Sqr(Ro*t))) - 12*K3*Q*R / (L*t2) = -5.768 / (4*0,5*(8+1,56*Sqr(39*0,5))) - 12*0,0508*5.768*38,75 / (244*0,52) = -2.427 psi Circumferential stress at saddle horns is acceptable (<=1,5*Sa = 30.000 psi) The wear plate was not considered in the calculation of S4 because the wear plate contact angle did not exceed the saddle contact angle by at least 11,46 and the wear plate width is not at least {B + 1,56*(Rotc)0,5} =14,8888 in Ring compression in shell over left saddle (Weight ,Operating) S5 = K5*Q / ((t + tp)*(ts + 1,56*Sqr(Ro*tc))) = 0,7603*5.768 / ((0,5 + 0,375)*(0,5 + 1,56*Sqr(39*0,875))) = 521 psi Ring compression in shell is acceptable (<= 0,5*Sy = 16.800 psi) Saddle splitting load (left, Weight ,Operating) Area resisting splitting force = Web area + wear plate area Ae = Heff*ts + tp*Wp = 13*0,5 + 0,375*10 = 10,25 in2 S6 = K8*Q / Ae = 0,2035*5.768 / 10,25

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= 115 psi Stress in saddle is acceptable (<= (2 / 3)*Ss = 13.333 psi) Shear stress in anchor bolting, one end slotted Maximum seismic or wind base shear = 0 lbf Thermal expansion base shear = W* = 6.294*0,45 = 2.832,3 lbf Corroded root area for a 1 inch series 8 threaded bolt = 0,551 in2 ( 2 per saddle ) Bolt shear stress = 2.832,3 / (0,551*2) = 2.570 psi Anchor bolt stress is acceptable (<= 15.000 psi) Web plate buckling check (Escoe pg 251) Allowable compressive stress Sc is the lesser of 20.000 or 16.568 psi: (16.568) Sc = Ki*2*E / (12*(1 - 0,32)*(di / ts)2) = 1,28*2*29E+06 / (12*(1 - 0,32)*(22,5 / 0,5)2) = 16.568 psi Allowable compressive load on the saddle be = di*ts / (di*ts + 2*tw*(b - 1)) = 22,5*0,5 / (22,5*0,5 + 2*0,5*(8 - 1)) = 0,6164 Fb = n*(As + 2*be*ts)*Sc = 4*(3,75 + 2*0,6164*0,5)*16.568 = 289.365,91 lbf Saddle loading of 28.971 lbf is <= Fb; satisfactory. Primary bending + axial stress in the saddle due to end loads (assumes one saddle slotted) b = V*(Hs - xo)*y / I + Q / A = 0*(57 - 32,2527)*5,4423 / 172,08 + 5.768 / 48,775 = 118 psi The primary bending + axial stress in the saddle <= 20.000 psi; satisfactory. Secondary bending + axial stress in the saddle due to end loads (includes thermal expansion, assumes one saddle slotted) b = V*(Hs - xo)*y / I + Q / A = 2.832,3*(57 - 32,2527)*5,4423 / 172,08 + 5.768 / 48,775 = 2.335 psi The secondary bending + axial stress in the saddle < 2*Sy= 76.000 psi; satisfactory. Saddle base plate thickness check (Roark sixth edition, Table 26, case 7a) where a = 22,5, b = 7,5 in tb = (1*q*b2 / (1,5*Sa))0,5 = (2,45*52*7,52 / (1,5*20.000))0,5

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