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Theoretical basis to calculate min req cone thickness at small end

Theoretical basis to calculate min req cone thickness at small end

Theoretical basis to calculate min req cone thickness at small end

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I have the COMPRESS build 6162. I calculated a pressure vessel with a transition. The vessel is under full vaccum at 100ºF.

A reviewer of the report questioned the value for the minimum required thickness at small end used in the calculation of expression (4) of Appendix 1-8.

What is the theoretical basis for calculating the minimum required thickness of the cone at small end?
   

RE: Theoretical basis to calculate min req cone thickness at small end

I recommend that you send your inquiry directly to support at Codeware. See the contact information at www.codeware.com/contact/index.html.

 

   "Although this forum is monitored by Codeware it is not intended as a venue for technical support and should not be used as the primary means of technical support."

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  www.codeware.com
   

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