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Simple Cylinder with Nozzle Indicating a Zero Design Pressure

Simple Cylinder with Nozzle Indicating a Zero Design Pressure

Simple Cylinder with Nozzle Indicating a Zero Design Pressure

(OP)
In Compress we have a simple cylinder and a single LWN nozzle with user-defined nozzle loads. The output displays a nozzle design pressure of zero. The pressure stresses in the WRC 537 portion of Compress are also equal to zero.

Is anyone aware of a default value that could trigger this?

I tried adding heads on the cylinder to see if that could solve the problem but it did not.

We have Compress 2017 Build 7710.

Thanks.

RE: Simple Cylinder with Nozzle Indicating a Zero Design Pressure

(OP)
Turns out "full area replacement" was checked by default and there was insufficient reinforcement... nozzle design pressure (or MAWP) was set to zero in the calculations.

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