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Wind Girder vs Top Stiffener

Wind Girder vs Top Stiffener

Wind Girder vs Top Stiffener

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Can anyone explain me the difference between the top wind girder and Top stiffener? Or are they the same thing?

RE: Wind Girder vs Top Stiffener

They may be the same thing, hard to say without any context.
On a tank with steel roof, the top angle or the compression ring could be called a top stiffener.
On an open top tank where the wind girder is more than 2' below the top of the shell, a top angle is required on the shell, and in that case, it's not clear which would be meant by "top stiffener".
On an open top tank where there is just a wind girder, it could also be referred to as a top stiffener.

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