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LOCAL STRESS at Trunnion/Pipe connection

LOCAL STRESS at Trunnion/Pipe connection

(OP)
Hi everyone,
I had, inappropriately, posted thread378-144736 on piping & fluid mechanics forum and I haven't received any replies. Any input on your part is appreciated.
regards,
drno

RE: LOCAL STRESS at Trunnion/Pipe connection

Seems like you posted it here twice trying to double the chances of a reply!!!

RE: LOCAL STRESS at Trunnion/Pipe connection

(OP)
Thank you all. I'll look into the link NozzleTwister introduced.
And I really didn't have a special reason for posting this thread twice.  It's just that my trigger finger instantaneously malfunctioned.  
Thanks again

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