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Lifting lugs on apparatuses for mounting; dimensions and allowable loadings
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Lifting Lug / Trunnion safety factor – Boiler and Pressure Vessel engineering – Eng-Tips
If you are going to be designing lifting lugs and lifting trunnions on pressure vessels, you should certainly know what code you are designing to, and should be pretty 280855 familiar with that code. Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.
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If something is going to fail start to fail it will likely start as some stress raiser, weld imperfection, etc.
NS The number of pages: Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. Is it just one part of the whole detail which is giving you problems, or what? Are you an Engineering professional? Hello Haralt, Thanks for the information.
Remember the stresses in the pressure vessel shell that are the result of loading from the lugs shall be limited to the pressure vessel code allowable stresses and associated design margins Not the Lifting Lug Code allowable stresses. In the codes for calculating the 20885 lugs or trunnions there should be indicated which diin factor to be used.
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Something that your detailing has caused, not at a high gross average stress. Pay attention to the highly stressed and critical details and welds on the lug or trunnion design them to spec.
A lifting lug or trunnion will probably only be used a few times during the life of the vessel, so the reuse and abuse factor can at least dinn cut back.
Is it possible by german law?