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ASME Section VIII - Division 1 Example Problem Manual




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This document is the Division 1 example problem manual. In this manual, example problems are solved using both the Division 1 and Division 2 rules. When the design rule is the same, the example problem is solved using the Division 2 rules with the Division 1 allowable stress and weld joint efficiency. With this approach, users of Division 1 will become familiar and adept at using Division 2, and this will also provide a significant training benefit to the Division 1 user in that Division 2 has been designed as the home for the common rules initiative being undertaken by the ASME Section VIII Committee.

In 2007, ASME released a new version of the ASME B&PV Code, Section VIII, Division 2. This new version of Division 2 incorporated the latest technologies to enhance competitiveness and is structured in a way to make it more user-friendly for both users and the committees that maintain it. In addition to updating many of the design-by-analysis technologies, the design-by-rule technologies, many adopted from the Division 1 rules, were modernized. ASME has issued ASME Section VIII – Division 2 Criteria and Commentary, PTB-1-2009 that provides background and insight into design-by- analysis and design-by-rule technologies.


Content:-
PART 1
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 SCOPE
1.3 DEFINITIONS
1.4 ORGANIZATION AND USE
1.5 COMPARISON OF VIII-1 AND VIII-2 DESIGN RULES
1.6 ASME CODE CASE 2695
1.7 REFERENCES
1.8 TABLES 
PART 2
2.1 GENERAL
2.2 EXAMPLE PROBLEM FORMAT
2.3 CALCULATION PRECISION
PART 3
3.1 COMMENTARY ON RULES TO ESTABLISH THE MINIMUM DESIGN METAL TEMPERATURE (MDMT)
3.2 EXAMPLE E3.1 – USE OF MDMT EXEMPTIONS CURVES
3.3 EXAMPLE E3.2 – USE OF MDMT EXEMPTION CURVES WITH STRESS REDUCTION
3.4 EXAMPLE E3.3 – DETERMINE THE MDMT FOR A NOZZLE-TO-SHELLWELDED ASSEMBLY
PART 4
4.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
4.2 WELDED JOINTS
4.3 INTERNAL DESIGN PRESSURE
4.4 SHELLS UNDER EXTERNAL PRESSURE AND ALLOWABLE COMPRESSIVE STRESSES
4.5 SHELLS OPENINGS IN SHELLS AND HEADS
4.6 FLAT HEADS
4.7 SPHERICALLY DISHED BOLTED COVERS􀀃
4.8 QUICK-ACTUATING (QUICK OPENING) CLOSURES
4.9 BRACED AND STAYED SURFACES
4.10 LIGAMENTS
4.11 JACKETED VESSELS
4.12 NONCIRCULAR VESSELS
4.13 LAYERED VESSELS
4.14 EVALUATION OF VESSELS OUTSIDE OF TOLERANCE
4.15 SUPPORTS AND ATTACHMENTS
4.16 FLANGED JOINTS
4.17 CLAMPED CONNECTIONS
4.18 TUBESHEETS IN SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGERS
4.19 BELLOWS EXPANSION JOINTS
PART 5
5.1 DESIGN-BY-ANALYSIS FOR SECTION VIII, DIVISION 
5.2 PARAGRAPH U-2(G) –DESIGN-BY-ANALYSIS PROVISION WITHOUT PROCEDURES
PART 6
6.1 EXAMPLE E6.1 – POSTWELD HEAT TREATMENT OF A PRESSURE VESSEL
6.2 EXAMPLE E6.2 – OUT-OF-ROUNDNESS OF A CYLINDRICAL FORGED VESSEL
PART 7
7.1 INSPECTION AND EXAMINATION RULES COMMENTARY
7.2 EXAMPLE E7.1 – NDE: ESTABLISH JOINT EFFICIENCIES, RT-1
7.3 EXAMPLE E7.2 – NDE: ESTABLISH JOINT EFFICIENCIES, RT-2
7.4 EXAMPLE E7.3 – NDE: ESTABLISH JOINT EFFICIENCIES, RT-4
7.5 EXAMPLE E7.4 – NDE: ESTABLISH JOINT EFFICIENCIES, RT-3 
PART 8
8.1 EXAMPLE E8.1 – DETERMINATION OF A HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURE
8.2 EXAMPLE E8.2 – DETERMINATION OF A PNEUMATIC TEST PRESSURE

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"James C. Sowinski, P.E."

"David A. Osage, P.E."





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