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billbusy (Mechanical) (OP)
14 May 12 18:36
What is a upset condition for a tank? Thanks?

3 years industry experience;
Oil & Gas industry in Canada.

RaRo (Chemical)
16 May 12 8:07
That's vague...
Based on your 8 words sentence, barring mechanical issues and corrosion, I would say:
wrong material
excess heat (from heating, reaction or heating medium leak) and its reverse
JStephen (Mechanical)
16 May 12 13:18
In general...
zdas04 (Mechanical)
17 May 12 0:01
Laying on its side?
Duwe6 (Industrial)
17 May 12 9:08
and you might want to add Seismic Events -- earthquakes, depending on the seismic zone your tank is in.
RaRo (Chemical)
25 May 12 7:16
and low temperature (<-20°), high wind and snow loads while you are considering external upsets...

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