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Vessel with Large OpeningSample 5 Pressure Vessel Calculations November 20, 2008

PVE Samples120 Randall Drive Waterloo, Ontario N2V 1C6

PVE Sample VesselsBen Vanderloo Laurence Brundrett P. Eng. Pressure Vessel Engineering Ltd. PVE-Sample 5

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Table of Contents Contents Cover Table of Contents Summary Material Properties Shell Bottom Ferrule Cone Cone Discontinuity 2" Ferrule - Nozzle A 2" 300# RFSO Flange 2" Heavy Ferrule - Nozzle B 10" Nozzle C 10" Nozzle App 1-7 10" Custom Flange Swing Bolts on Pipe Swing Bolt and Cover 2" Coupling E Vessel Weight & Volume

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Rev 0 1 2

Revision(s) Description Initial Release Revised Calculations

Date By 5/25/05 LB 11/20/08 BV

Pressure Vessel Design Summary PVE Samples Vessel with Large Opening Vessel with Large Opening Sample 5 PVE-Sample 5 12.75 20 2 Water 160 275 275Maximum Internal pressure, psi

20-Nov-08 Customer Vessel Part Number Drawing Job

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Outside Diameter [inch] straight Shell (not including straight flange on heads) Volume [cuft] Fluid (value from Material Properties) Weight Empty [lbs.] Weight Full Weight Under TestMaximum External Pressure, psi At Temperature, F

200Maximum Temperature, F

0Minimum Temperature, F

350At Pressure, psi

Maximum Allowed Working Pressure Maximum Design Metal Temperature Hydrostatic Test

350Test Pressure, psi

-20 55F

200 1/2 hr

At a Minimum Temperature of: F For a Minimum Duration of:

260 SA-240 304 18,600 0.0625 No No None 0 ASME VIII-1 2007 IID

Primary Material of Construction Allowable Stress Minimum allowed thickness per UG-16(b) Material Normalized Material Impact Tested (not required per UHA-51) Radiography required Corrosion Allowance Code Edition Addenda Materials Code Cases Required

UG-22 Loadings Considered Yes (a) Internal pressure (a) External pressure Yes (b) Vessel weight full, empty and at hydro test (c) Weight of attached equipment and piping (d)(1) Attachment of internals (d)(2) Attachment of vessel supports (d) Cyclic or dynamic reactions (f) Wind (f) Snow (f) Seismic (g) Fluid impact shock reactions (h) Temperature gradients (h) Differential thermal expansion (i) Abnormal pressures like deflagration

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Material PropertiesDesign Pressure200.0 0.0 Water 2.200 1.000 Design Pressure = UG-22(a)

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