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Nozzle limit check

Nozzle limit check

Nozzle limit check


Is nozzle limit check required for both static and rotatory equipment? Or is it only for rotatory.

I am confused on when to use nozzle flexibility and when we can do analysis using cnode method.

Muneeb Ahmed

RE: Nozzle limit check

When an equipment manufacturer gives you maximum loads, deflection or rotational limits, that's when you gotta do it.

Richard Feynman's Problem Solving Algorithm
1. Write down the problem.
2. Think very hard.
3. Write down the answer.

RE: Nozzle limit check


Thanks for the response. I believe your answer is for nozzle limit test. And that's clear.

But using nozzle flexibility method or cnode method is what I am concerned about. Like doing analysis with WRC 297.
Is it the loads we not consider while implementing the method?

RE: Nozzle limit check

Does this help

Richard Feynman's Problem Solving Algorithm
1. Write down the problem.
2. Think very hard.
3. Write down the answer.

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