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NOTE 164E WARNING 134E WARNING 134E WARNING 134E WARNING 160E WARNING 134E WARNING 134E WARNING

134E WARNING 66E WARNING 125E WARNING 160E WARNING 66E WARNING 125E WARNING 66E WARNING 125E WARNING 160E WARNING 66E WARNING 125E WARNING 160E WARNING 66E WARNING 125E WARNING 160E WARNING 66E WARNING 125E WARNING 160E WARNING 41E WARNING 24E WARNING 24E WARNING 24E WARNING 24E WARNING 33E WARNING 33E WARNING 33E WARNING 33E WARNING 34E WARNING 34E WARNING 172E WARNING 188E WARNING 189E WARNING 172E WARNING 180E WARNING 188E WARNING 189E NOTE

40-50 10-20 20-30 30-40 30-40 40-50 50-55 170-180 170-180 230-240 370-380 370-380 400-410 400-410 530-540 790-800 790-800 920-930 1000-1010 1000-1010 1150-1160

1220-1710 50-55 110-115 250-255 310-315 440-450 830-840 1200-1210 1700-1710 585-600 680-700 150-160

350-360 350-360

On element

40 TO

50 four consecutive elements have "allowable stresses" defined. This is typically unnecessary and usually indicates allowables are being def 10 TO 20 TO 30 TO

Material allowable/yield data not available from the Material Database for the material/temperature used on element Material allowable/yield data not available from the Material Database for the material/temperature used on element Material allowable/yield data not available from the Material Database for the material/temperature used on element BEND ISSUE at: 40 the fitting has a D/t ratio greater than 100. SIF computations for this fitting may be invalid.

20. Material properties may need to b

30. Material properties may need to b

40. Material properties may need to b

Material allowable/yield data not available from the Material Database for the material/temperature used on element Material allowable/yield data not available from the Material Database for the material/temperature used on element The [WARNING 134E] count exceeded the specified display limit of [5].

40 TO 50 TO

50. Material properties may need to b

55. Material properties may need to b

Element 170 TO 180 describes a FINITE LENGTH EXPANSION JOINT and BOTH the TRANSVERSE and BENDING stiffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to

User entered value: on element 170 TO 180 The effective diameter of the expansion joint has not been properly set. This prevents the consideration of pressure t BEND ISSUE at: 240 the fitting has a D/t ratio greater than 100. SIF computations for this fitting may be invalid.

Element 370 TO 380 describes a FINITE LENGTH EXPANSION JOINT and BOTH the TRANSVERSE and BENDING stiffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to

User entered value: on element 370 TO 380 The effective diameter of the expansion joint has not been properly set. This prevents the consideration of pressure t

Element 400 TO 410 describes a FINITE LENGTH EXPANSION JOINT and BOTH the TRANSVERSE and BENDING stiffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to

User entered value: on element 400 TO 410 The effective diameter of the expansion joint has not been properly set. This prevents the consideration of pressure t BEND ISSUE at: 540 the fitting has a D/t ratio greater than 100. SIF computations for this fitting may be invalid.

Element 790 TO 800 describes a FINITE LENGTH EXPANSION JOINT and BOTH the TRANSVERSE and BENDING stiffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to

User entered value: on element 790 TO 800 The effective diameter of the expansion joint has not been properly set. This prevents the consideration of pressure t BEND ISSUE at: 930 the fitting has a D/t ratio greater than 100. SIF computations for this fitting may be invalid. Element 1000 TO 1010 describes a FINITE LENGTH EXPANSION JOINT and BOTH the TRANSVERSE and BENDING stiffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead

User entered value: on element 1000 TO 1010 The effective diameter of the expansion joint has not been properly set. This prevents the consideration of pressure BEND ISSUE at: 1160 the fitting has a D/t ratio greater than 100. SIF computations for this fitting may be invalid. The [WARNING 66E] count exceeded the specified display limit of [5]. The [WARNING 125E] count exceeded the specified display limit of [5]. The [WARNING 160E] count exceeded the specified display limit of [5]. Node numbers given in the At intersection node

RESTRAINT specification on element 1220 TO 1710 are NOT ON this element. Make sure that this configuration is correct and does

50 three pipes frame into a two pipe joint. The largest (D) and smallest (T) will be used unless a socket weld, then the largest (T) will be used

At intersection node 110 three pipes frame into a two pipe joint. The largest (D) and smallest (T) will be used unless a socket weld, then the largest (T) will be used

At intersection node 250 three pipes frame into a two pipe joint. The largest (D) and smallest (T) will be used unless a socket weld, then the largest (T) will be used

At intersection node 310 three pipes frame into a two pipe joint. The largest (D) and smallest (T) will be used unless a socket weld, then the largest (T) will be used

There is a GEOMETRIC INTERSECTION at node 450 and there was NO user defined INTERSECTION TYPE. Standard pipe flexibilities and SIF's = 1.0 will be us

There is a GEOMETRIC INTERSECTION at node 840 and there was NO user defined INTERSECTION TYPE. Standard pipe flexibilities and SIF's = 1.0 will be us

There is a GEOMETRIC INTERSECTION at node 1210 and there was NO user defined INTERSECTION TYPE. Standard pipe flexibilities and SIF's = 1.0 will be us

There is a GEOMETRIC INTERSECTION at node 1710 and there was NO user defined INTERSECTION TYPE. Standard pipe flexibilities and SIF's = 1.0 will be us There are There are 4 PIPES framing into the intersection at 600. Please check for accuracy. No stress intensification intersection can be calculated. 4 PIPES framing into the intersection at 700. Please check for accuracy. No stress intensification intersection can be calculated. 19.611.

On element 150 TO 160 the reducer alpha value was not specified. CAESAR II will use a default value of: On reducer On reducer 0 TO 0 TO 0 the D/t ratio is greater than 100 for the first diameter. 0 the D/t ratio is greater than 100 for the second diameter.

On element 350 TO 360 the reducer alpha value was not specified. CAESAR II will use a default value of: On element 350 TO 360 the reducer thickness does not match the thickness of the following element. On reducer On reducer 0 TO 0 TO 0 the D/t ratio is greater than 100 for the first diameter. 0 the D/t ratio is greater than 100 for the second diameter. Total Wght X cg Y cg Z cg

19.611.

CENTER OF GRAVITY REPORT

N.

m.

m.

m. Pipe

sually indicates allowables are being defined on every element. You DO NOT need to do this! 20. Material properties may need to be entered explicitly. 30. Material properties may need to be entered explicitly. 40. Material properties may need to be entered explicitly.

50. Material properties may need to be entered explicitly. 55. Material properties may need to be entered explicitly.

ffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to solution problems, but is allowed to permit the modelling of rubber expansion joints. Typically the program would compute the value of the coefficien prevents the consideration of pressure thrust loads and may produce non-conservative results.

ffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to solution problems, but is allowed to permit the modelling of rubber expansion joints. Typically the program would compute the value of the coefficien prevents the consideration of pressure thrust loads and may produce non-conservative results.

ffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to solution problems, but is allowed to permit the modelling of rubber expansion joints. Typically the program would compute the value of the coefficien prevents the consideration of pressure thrust loads and may produce non-conservative results.

ffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to solution problems, but is allowed to permit the modelling of rubber expansion joints. Typically the program would compute the value of the coefficien prevents the consideration of pressure thrust loads and may produce non-conservative results.

tiffnesses are DEFINED. This can lead to solution problems, but is allowed to permit the modelling of rubber expansion joints. Typically the program would compute the value of the coefficie

s prevents the consideration of pressure thrust loads and may produce non-conservative results.

hat this configuration is correct and does not result from a typographical error.

et weld, then the largest (T) will be used also. This should produce conservative sif's.

et weld, then the largest (T) will be used also. This should produce conservative sif's.

et weld, then the largest (T) will be used also. This should produce conservative sif's.

et weld, then the largest (T) will be used also. This should produce conservative sif's.

ipe flexibilities and SIF's = 1.0 will be used unless overridden by the user on each element framing into the intersection.

ipe flexibilities and SIF's = 1.0 will be used unless overridden by the user on each element framing into the intersection.

pipe flexibilities and SIF's = 1.0 will be used unless overridden by the user on each element framing into the intersection.

pipe flexibilities and SIF's = 1.0 will be used unless overridden by the user on each element framing into the intersection.

N.

m.

m.

m. Pipe

584139.5

1.1

-11.7

2.8 Insulation

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0 Refractory

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0 Flu

y the program would compute the value of the coefficient not entered.

y the program would compute the value of the coefficient not entered.

y the program would compute the value of the coefficient not entered.

y the program would compute the value of the coefficient not entered.

ally the program would compute the value of the coefficient not entered.

Refractory

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0 Fluid

2311179.8

0.7

-12.2

2.6 Pipe+Ins+Rfrty

584139.5

1.1

-11.7

2.8 Pipe+Fluid

584139.5

1.1

-11.7

2.8 Pipe+Fluid

2895320.0

0.8

-12.1

2.7 Pipe+Ins+Rfrty+Fld:

2895320.0

0.8

-12.1

2.7