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Asking for a correct translation
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Asking for a correct translation

Asking for a correct translation

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Dear colleagues! I'm not a good English-speaking person, so I ask you to help me to write a phrase correctly.
I have to write that strength of the pressure vessel which I checked is ensured. The vessel is subjected to action of internal pressure and weight loads.
Is it correct to write "Strength of the vessel from action of the internal pressure and weight loads is ensured'?
I suspect it's not correct because I did not find any analogous expressions.
Please, answer me. I have to produce the calculation in a few days.
Thank you beforehand.

Vladimir

RE: Asking for a correct translation

You might also try posting in forum1529: Translation Assistance for Engineers, writing the expression in your native language and asking for translation assistance. That forum doesn't get a lot of traffic, so that may or may not produce the desired results. Sorry, but I don't have an answer for your actual question.

RE: Asking for a correct translation

If you performed some calculations and determined that the strength was acceptable then the phrase might be: "...Strength of the vessel from action of the internal pressure and weight loads has been verified."

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RE: Asking for a correct translation

personally I'd say "the pressure vessel, subject to pressure and weight loads, meetssatisfies the requirements of [standard]." or "the pressure vessel, [drwg number], satisfies the requirements of [standard]."

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