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Creep Analysis as per ASME FSS-1 - (100-R-201)

Creep Analysis for Shell


Design Pressure = 5.05 N/mm2
Design Temperature = 425 C
= 797 F
Internal Diameter of shell Di = 2950 mm
Thickness of shell tscomp = 95 mm
Lorentz factor for cylinder Lf = 1
Mean diameter of shell Dm = Di+ts
= 3045 mm
Additional thickness due to suplementary ts1 = 0 mm
loads
Reference temperature Trefa = 273

Calculation of principal stresses


Principal stress 1 = P x Dm x Lf / 2 x tscomp. N/mm2
= 80.9329 N/mm2

Principal stress 2 = P x Dm x Lf / 4 x (tscomp.-ts1)


= 40.4664 N/mm2

Principal stress 3 = 0 N/mm2

Equivalent principal stress e = /root x - ^ + -


^ + - ^
= 70.0899 N/mm2

Stress parameter S1 = log e


= 1.8457

Material of construction = Carbon steel


= SA-516 Gr.70
A0 = -16.3
Strain rate parameter values are taken A1 = 26079.171
from Table 10 B.1M for Carbon steel A2 = -6912.806
material A3 = 1505.186
A4 = -333.333

Prager factor = 0.333

Bailey Norton factor nBN = - ( A2 +2A3 x S1 + 3 x A4 x


S1^2)/(Trefa + T)
= 6.824
Damage parameter exponent = x + + /e -
= 0.2438

B0 = -1
B1 = 3060
Omega parameter values are taken from
B2 = 135
Table 10 B.1M for Carbon steel material
B3 = -760
B4 = 247

Adjustment factor for creep ductility cd = -0.3

Log to base 10 of Omega multiaxle damage log10() = ((B0


parameter +cd + B +B S +B S ^ +B S
1^3)/(Trefa +T )
= 1.9567

= inverse log10 (log10


= 90.51

Min. value of Omega multiaxle damage = max((-nBN),3)


parameter = 83.686

Coefficient for cylinder = 3


Coefficient for formed head 2

Omega multiaxle damage parameter = ^ + + BN


= 266.733
Adjustment factor for Omega multiaxle sr = 0.5
damage parameter
-
Log to the base 10 of creep strain rate A+sr + A+AS +A S ^ +A S
log10(co) =
^3)/ (Trefa +T)
= -7.63

Creep strain rate co = i verse log log co


= 2.34423E-08

Rupture life L = / co x m)
= 159928 hrs

Creep Damage factor Dc = co x


= 6.25283E-06
Allowable creep damage factor = 1

The creep damage factor calculated is less than the allowable creep damage factor as pr ASME FSS-1 Edition
2016 is safe for the defined life period of service
Creep Analysis as per ASME FSS-1 - (100-R-201)
Creep Analysis for Dish
Design Pressure = 5.05 N/mm2
Design Temperature = 425 C
= 797 F
Internal Diameter Di = 3044 mm
Thickness tscomp = 48 mm

Mean diameter Dm = Di+ts


= 3092 mm
Additional thickness due to suplementary ts1 = 0 mm
loads
Reference temperature Trefa = 273

Calculation of principal stresses


Principal stress 1 = P x Dm / 4 x tscomp. N/mm2
= 81.326 N/mm2

Principal stress 2 = P x Dm / 4 x tscomp.


= 81.326 N/mm2

Principal stress 3 = 0 N/mm2

Equivalent principal stress e = /root x - ^ + -


^ + - ^
= 81.326 N/mm2

Stress parameter S1 = log e


= 1.9102

Material of construction = Carbon steel


= SA-516 Gr.70
A0 = -16.3
Strain rate parameter values are taken A1 = 26079.171
from Table 10 B.1M for Carbon steel A2 = -6912.806
material A3 = 1505.186
A4 = -333.333

Prager factor = 0.333

Bailey Norton factor nBN = - ( A2 +2A3 x S1 + 3 x A4 x


S1^2)/(Trefa + T)
= 6.8929
Damage parameter exponent = x + + /e -
= 0.333

B0 = -1
B1 = 3060
Omega parameter values are taken from
B2 = 135
Table 10 B.1M for Carbon steel material
B3 = -760
B4 = 247

Adjustment factor for creep ductility cd = -0.3

Log to base 10 of Omega multiaxle damage log10() = ((B0


parameter +cd + B +B S +B S ^ +B S
1^3)/(Trefa +T )
= 1.9469

= inverse log10 (log10


= 88.49

Min. value of Omega multiaxle damage = max((-nBN),3)


parameter = 81.5971

Coefficient for cylinder = 3


Coefficient for formed head 2

Omega multiaxle damage parameter = ^ + + BN


= 367.1824
Adjustment factor for Omega multiaxle sr = 0.5
damage parameter
-
Log to the base 10 of creep strain rate log10(co) = A+sr + A+AS +A S ^ +A S
^3)/ (Trefa +T)
= -7.18

Creep strain rate co = i verse log log co


= 6.60693E-08

Rupture life L = / co x m)
= 41221 hrs

Creep Damage factor Dc = co x


= 2.42595E-05
Allowable creep damage factor = 1

The creep damage factor calculated is less than the allowable creep damage factor as pr ASME FSS-1 Edition
2016 is safe for the defined life period of service