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wall thickness calculation as per ASME

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Wall Thickness Calculation is a document that aims to ensure that the selected wall thickness value meets international standard code rules by attaching the calculation results in the form of a table. Code type used must be in accordance with the type of service passed by piping line. On this occasion, Dad Engineer chose ASME B31.3 as the basis of reference formula to calculate Wall Thickness on pipe. In addition to ASME B31.3, there is also another reference which is ASME B31.8 which is used for service pipeline. Here is the formula used in ASME B31.3 2010: t = thickness value according to design pressure P = internal design pressure value D = Outside Diameter (OD) pipe according to standard table S = Stress value material from table A-1 E = Quality factor of tables A-1A and...

Introduction to Flange type and size

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Answering what is flange? Flange pipe is a component used to combine between two elements of pipe with valve or pipe with other equipment into one whole unit by using bolts as adhesive. So that later the two separate objects can become one part for a specific purpose. Usually these flanges are used to unite and become a single patent connection. So with this pipe flange the effort to connect 2 parts into one will become easier. Especially for high pressure gas pipes or for water distribution systems require long pipes. So it is this tool that has the responsibility to unify the passage. Flange type by Class Flange or other forging names (for self reinforcement types), can be several types when viewed from the class. Namely flange class 150#, 300#, 600#, 900#, 1500#, 2500# even up to...

Mechanical engineering quotes

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Mechanical engineering folks create and shape the technological space surrounding a person, literally nurture new high technologies. The record of mankind recognize a lot of number of examples of the creativity of mechanical engineers who improved our lives. For example, Henry Ford, an American industrialist and engineer introduced in-line production of cars on a conveyor belt in August 1908. Another example , In May 1913, the Russian Knight ascended engineer Sikorsky design, and in October 1945, American engineer Percy Spencer received a patent for a microwave oven, which no kitchen can do without today. And such examples from history can be given a huge number. Archimedes - was born in 287 BC. e. in the city of Syracuse, the island of Sicily. Ancient Greek mathematician, physici...