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Pipe Support calculation 2000

(Load is at Cantilever of Beam) 1000

Distance Between two support(S) = 3000 mm (Maximum)


Diameter of Pipe(D) = 150 mm D
Density of Steel() = 8000 kg/m
Pipe Wall thickness(t) = 6 mm
Specific Gravity(g) = 9.81 m/s2

Load on Support(W) = .D.t.S..g

W = 665.96 N

H
Unit Weight of bar = 4.5 kg/m X2
Length of bar(L) = 400 mm
Total Weight of bar = Unit mass x L x g X1
Wb = 17.66 N
X

Weight of Media
Density of Water( ) = 1000 kg/m
Density of air() = 1.23 kg/m
Load on Support(W) = .D.S..g

Wm = 520.28 N

Total Load on Support(F) = W+Wb+Wm

= 1,203.90 N

Distance from support to F (d) = 150 mm


Moment due to Load (Mb) = Fxd

= 180,585 N.mm

Distance of lowest bolt from base of support


X = 100 mm

Total vertical length of support(H) = 100 mm

X1 = 50 mm [50+(800-100)/2]

X2 = 0 mm [800-50]

Force on Bolt per mm Fb = Mb/(X+X1+X2)

Force on Bolt per mm = 14.45 N/mm

Force on top bolt F = Fb x (H-X)


= 0.00 N

= 0.00 KN
Recommended Force = 30 KN (From Hilti Stud Anchor)

Total force on bolt < Recommended Force


Therefore,
The Stud anchor is safe for supporting system.

Cross sectional area of beam (A) = 564 mm


Moment of Inertia(I) = 126,000 mm4
Beam width (y) = 50 mm (Equal Angle)
Beam Depth(h) = 50 mm (Equal Angle)
Shear Stress on horizontal Bar = F/A
xy = 2.13 N/mm

Stress on horizontal Beam (x) = Mb.y/I

x = 35.83 N/mm

Combined stress is simplfied formula of Strain Energy Distorsion using Von Mises Theory of
Failure Equition and the bending stress & shear stress for Y-Z and Z-X plane will be zero.

Effective Stress = [2{ (x-y) + (y-z) + (z-x) + 6(xy+yz+zx)}]^0.5/(2)^0.5

= [(2x + 6 xy)]^0.5 /(2)^0.5

Effective Stress = 36.02 N/mm


Allowable Stress = 172 N/mm

Effective Stress < Allowable Stress

Pipe+Water weight(Fp) = 1,186.24 N

Modulus of Elascity (E) = 210,000.00 N/mm

Deflection due to wt of pipe


and water = Fp d(3L-d)/6 E I

= 28024901438
1.5876E+11

= 0.18 mm

Deflection due to wt of beam


and water = FL/8EI

= 0.01 mm

Total Deflection = 0.18 mm

Allowable Deflection = L/240

Allowable Deflection = 1.67 mm

Defelction Due to Weight < Allowable deflection of beam

Therefore, The support is safe.