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How to Control Nozzle Loads?

How to Control Nozzle Loads?

How to Control Nozzle Loads?

Hi Experts,
I am practicing CAESAR II and trying to control nozzle loads under allowable which is maximum 5000 lb, spent two days on this line but no luck, it seems impossible for me.
Line is in operation and working fine, supports are same as on site. Caesar file is attached.
Looking for help to learn, thanks in advance

RE: How to Control Nozzle Loads?

What nozzle loads.

No one is going to look through your Caesar file so you need to give us a bit more than one not very helpful snapshot of two lines and no nozzles with no dimensions, pressures, temperatures, forces or indeed anything actually useful....

My guess is that in reality either the nozzle is accepting a lot more than 5000lbs force (X,Y or Z?) or there is a lot more flexibility than the analysis is predicting.

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