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Norsok R-001, Nozzle loads

Norsok R-001, Nozzle loads

Norsok R-001, Nozzle loads

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Dear All,

Norsok R-001 specified the minimum nozzle loads on the equipment nozzle, but it is not clear the type of these loads (Sustain, Operation, Occasional). I received nozzle loads (different cases) from our piping team defined as per DNV-RP-D101. For instance I have sustain load case (Weight + Design Pressure + Spring) and Operation case (Design conditions+Wind+Motion displacement). I'm not sure if I have to check both these cases against the minimum ones as per R-001.

Please kindly let me know your opinion

Thanks in advance

BR,

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