standards EN 13445-3:

- Rolled shells (7.4.2)

- Spherical shells (7.4.3)

- Torispherical ends (7.5.3)

- Ellipsoidal ends (7.5.4)

- Conical shells (7.6.4)

- Junction between the large end of a cone and a cylinder without a knuckle (7.6.6)

- Junction between the large end of a cone and a cylinder with a knuckle (7.6.7)

- Junction between the small end of a cone and a cylinder (7.6.8)

- Nozzles which encroach into the knuckle region (Kloepper) (7.7)

- Nozzles which encroach into the knuckle region (Korbbogen) (7.7)

- Unstiffened cylinders (8.5.2)

- Interstiffener collapse (8.5.3.4)

- Heating/cooling channels (8.5.3.5)

- Design of light stiffeners (8.5.3.6)

- Design of heavy stiffeners (8.5.3.7)

- Stiffener tripping (External I-shaped stiffener) (8.5.3.8 FIG.8.5-14)

- Stiffener tripping (External T-shaped stiffener) (8.5.3.8 FIG.8.5-15)

- Stiffener tripping (External angle stiffener) (8.5.3.8 FIG.8.5-16)

- Stiffener tripping (Internal T-shaped stiffener) (8.5.3.8 FIG.8.5-17)

- Stiffener tripping (Internal flat bar stiffener) (8.5.3.8 TAB.8.5-4)

- Stiffener tripping (External flat bar stiffener) (8.5.3.8 TAB.8.5-5)

- Interstiffener collapse (8.6.3)

- Light stiffeners (8.6.4.1.2)

- Heavy stiffeners (8.6.4.1.3)

- Spherical shells (8.7)

- Hemispherical ends (8.8.1)

- Torisherical ends (8.8.2)

- Ellipsoidal ends (8.8.3)

- Openings reinforced by elliptical or obround nozzles normal to the shell wall (for cylindrical and conical shells) (9.4.4.2-1)

- Openings reinforced by elliptical or obround nozzles normal to the shell wall (for spherical shells and dished ends) (9.4.4.2-2)

- Shell reinforced openings (9.4.5.1)

- Openings with reinforcing plates (9.4.5.2)

- Openings in dished ends (9.4.5.3)

- Openings with nozzles (9.4.5.4)

- Figure 9.4-1 Cylindrical shell with isolated opening and increased wall thickness

- Figure 9.4-2 Spherical shell or dished end with isolated opening and increased wall thickness

- Figure 9.4-3 Cylindrical shell with isolated opening and reinforcing plate

- Figure 9.4-4 Spherical shell or dished end with isolated opening and reinforcing plate

- Figure 9.4-5 Cylindrical shell with isolated opening and reinforcing ring, with external blind flange B

- Figure 9.4-5a Cylindrical shell with isolated opening and reinforcing ring, with internal blind flange B

- Figure 9.4-5b Conical shell with isolated opening and reinforcing ring, with external blind flange B

- Figure 9.4-5c Conical shell with isolated opening and reinforcing ring, with internal blind flange B

- Figure 9.4-6 Spherical shell or dished end with isolated opening and reinforcing ring, with internal blind flange B

- Figure 9.4-6a Spherical shell or dished end with isolated opening and reinforcing ring, with external blind flange B

- Figure 9.4-7 Cylindrical shell with isolated opening and set-on nozzle

- Figure 9.4-8 Spherical shell or dished end with isolated opening and set-in nozzle

- Figure 9.4-9 Cylindrical shell with isolated opening, increased wall thickness and set-in nozzle

- Figure 9.4-10 Spherical shell or dished end with isolated opening and shell, nozzle and reinforcing plate

- Figure 9.4-11 Cylindrical shell with isolated opening and a butt-weld nozzle (see X) or an extruded shell (see Y)

- Figure 9.4-12 Spherical shell or dished end with isolated opening extruded from the shell

- Figure 9.4-13 Conical shell with isolated opening. Combined reinforcement from shell and nozzle

- Flat ends with a hub (uniform thickness shell) (10.4.3a)

- Flat ends with a hub (tapered shell) (10.4.3b)

- Circular flat ends welded directly to the shell (10.4.4)

- Circular flat ends with directly to the shell (10.4.5)

- Unpierced bolted circular flat ends (10.5)

- Flat end with a full-face gasket (10.5.3)

- Pierced circular flat ends (bolteds) (10.6)

- Pierced circular flat ends (flat ends with a hub(uniform thickness shell)) (10.6a)

- Pierced circular flat ends (flat ends with a hub(tapered shell)) (10.6b)

- Pierced circular flat ends (circular flat welded directly to the shell) (10.6c)

- Pierced circular flat ends (circular flat ends with a relief groove) (10.6d)

- Flat end with a full-face gasket with holes (10.6-2)

- Welded flat ends (10.7.2a)

- Bolted flat ends (10.7.2b)

- Bolted elliptical or obround ends (10.7.2c)

- Nuts (11.4.3.2)

- Threaded holes (11.4.3.3)

- Narrow face flange - smooth bore (11.5-1)

- Narrow face flange - stepped bore (11.5-2)

- Narrow face flange - slip on hub type (11.5-3)

- Narrow face flange - smooth bore (external pressure) (11.5.5a)

- Narrow face flange - stepped bore (external pressure) (11.5.5b)

- Narrow face flange - slip on hub type (external pressure) (11.5.5c)

- Full face flange (soft gasket) (11.6)

- Full face flange subject to external pressure (11.6.4)

- Seal welded flange (11.7-1)

- Reverse narrow face flange (11.8-1)

- Reverse narrow face flange slip in type (11.8-2)

- Reverse narrow face flange (external pressure) (11.8.2a)

- Reverse narrow face flange slip in type (external pressure) (11.8.2b)

- Full face flange with metal to metal contact (11.10)

- U-shaped unreinforced bellows (Austenitic steel) (14.5)

- U-shaped convolutions circumferentially welded at their crest or root (Austenitic steel) (14.5.8)

- U-shaped reinforced bellows (Austenitic steel) (14.6)

- Unreinforced vessels (15.5)

- Reinforced vessels (15.6)

- Wall stresses in unsupported zones (15.6.4)

- Lifting lugs (longitudinal lifting lug) without reinforcing (16.7-1a)

- Lifting lugs (longitudinal lifting lug) with reinforcing plate (16.7-1b)

- Lifting lugs (tangential lifting lug) without reinforcing plate (16.7-2a)

- Lifting lugs (tangential lifting lug) with reinforcing plate (16.7-2b)

- Load limit at the saddle (without a reinforcing plate) (16.8.7)

- Load limit at a saddle with additional reinforcing plate (16.8.8)

- Cylinder under internal pressure (P>0) (16.14.6)

- Cylinder under external pressure (P<0) (16.14.7)

- Fatigue strength of welded components (17.6.6a)

- Fatigue strength of unwelded components (17.6.6b)

- Cumulative damage (17.7.1.1)

- Cumulative damage (18.5.6)

- Fatigue strength of welded components (18.10)

- Fatigue strength of unwelded components (18.11)

- Fatigue strength of steel bolts (18.12)

- Design by analysis - Method based on stress categories (Annex C)

- Installation with a hydraulic tensioner (G.8.3)

- Assembly using a torque wrench (G.8.4)


standards EN 13445-4:

- Disher circular products (forming of pressure parts) (9.2.1)

- Cylinder and cones made rolling (forming of pressure parts) (9.2.2)

- Other product types (forming of pressure parts) (9.2.3)

- Tube bends (forming of pressure parts) (9.2.4)

- Forming of segments (forming of pressure parts) (9.2.5)


standards EN 5211:

- Drive by key(s) (7.2)

- Drive by square head (7.3)


standards EN 286-2:

- Tolerance


standards ISO 724:

- ISO metric thread


Hydrodynamics:

- Water hammer (for nonlinear closure)

- Effective closing time factor

- Hydrotechnical calculation for Outlet piping

- Cavitation for Outlet piping and valves

- Hydrodynamic calculation Spherical valve

- Hydrodynamic calculation Butterfly valve (lenticular disc)

- Hydrodynamic calculation Howell Bunger valve (model number 1)

- Hydrodynamic calculation Howell Bunger valve (model number 2)

- Hydrodynamic calculation Howell Bunger valve (model number 3)

- Hydrodynamic calculation Needle valve

- Hydrodynamic calculation Needle valve - closing flow against the direction of movement of the piston


Roark's formulas for Stress and Strain:

- Shear, moment, slope and deflection formulas for elastic staight beams (TABLE 8.1)

- Formulas for torsional deformation and stress (TABLE 10.1)

- Stress concentration factor for elastic stress (TABLE 17.1)


other calculations:

- Allowable stress

- Allowable Hertz pressure

- Cover with hole with continuous sealing surface with metal-to-metal contact (11.10.0)

- The stress in pipe when changing temperatures

- Determining the working stress the bolt

- Assembly using a torque wrench

- Bolt stressed by bending

- Steel piping on saddle supports (with expansion joint)

- Steel piping on saddle supports

- Longitudinal pin for shaft-hub connection

- Radial pin for shaft-hub connection

- Key(s) for shaft-hub connection

- Articulated trunnion in the rod

- Square head for shaft-hub connection

- The cross pin connects 2 flanges (torque load)

- The bolt connects 2 flanges (torque load)

- Contact stress of cylinder on flat surface

- Contact stress of the cylinder in the cylindrical socket

- Contact stress two cylinders

- Contact stress of sphere on flat surface

- Contact stress of the sphere in the spherical socket

- Contact stress two sphere

- Buckling


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