Cone-to Cylinder Analysis



This program follows along with the ASME IIIV-1 code book for the analysis of a cone-to-cylinder junction of a pressure vessel under internal pressure to determine whether or not reinforcement is needed. I have included a second page which is a check against the example problem in App L of IIIV-1. I claim no responsibility for the use of this spreadsheet and suggest that it be used only for a ballpark estimate. Note: Sheets are locked, but there is no password.

Calculation Reference
Pressure Vessels

Submitted On:
27 Sep 2008
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41.50 Kb
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File Author:
David York

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JohnDoyle[Admin] 6 years ago
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NewMechEngr 11 years ago
we are need this format
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