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fatigue load on vessel

fatigue load on vessel

fatigue load on vessel

Good evening,
If I have to do a fatigue calculation about pressure vessel due to high temperature, How Can I do?
I can't use ASME VIII div.2 because I have temperature higher than ASME table values, but fortunately we aren't out of creep for the material.

Many thanks to Everyone for helping me

RE: fatigue load on vessel

What is your material? What is your temperature?

RE: fatigue load on vessel

try EN 12952-3 annex B and annex C

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RE: fatigue load on vessel

Thank you for your answers!
It's stainless steel 316 at 495 °C.

I would like studying better this topic, but I can't find out a book about this.
Could you suggest me a pdf book or something else?

RE: fatigue load on vessel

Check out ASME Section III, Division 5.

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