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# Lesson 2 Quiz

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Class Quiz #7

1. Calculate the thickness required for a vessels seamless shell made of SA-106 gr. B
pipe. The O.D. is 12.75 inches. UW-11(a) (5) (b) has been applied. The shell will
operate at a maximum of 500 psi. The stress allowed on the shell material is 15,000
psi. The vessel will be stamped RT 2.

From the question above fill in the givens below.

Givens: SKETCH:
t =
P =
S =
E =
R or Ro =
State Code Paragraph and Formula:

2. What is the maximum allowed working pressure on the following shell? The shells
inside radius is 52 inches, and the shells thickness is .850 inches. The allowable
stress for the shell's material is 15,000 psi. The joint efficiency of the shell's
Category A joint is 1.0

From the question above fill in the givens below.

Givens: SKETCH:
t =
P =
S =
E =
R or Ro =
State Code Paragraph and Formula:

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Class Quiz #8

1. A vertical vessel shell has an MAWP of 200 psi, and an allowable stress of 14,800
psi. The original inside radius was 84. The nameplate is stamped RT1 . The shell
has corroded down to 1.28 inches. Its original t was 1.375". What is its current
calculated MAWP in accordance with rules of Section VIII Division 1?

Givens: SKETCH:
t =
P = ?
S =
E =
R =

Class Quiz #9

1. Calculate the required thickness of a 2 to 1 Ellipsoidal head with an inside diameter of
48 inches. The vessels will have a MAWP of 350 psi and will be in lethal service
and stamped RT1. The joint used to join the head to shell will be a Type No. 2 from
Table UW-12. The stress allowed on the head's material will be 15,000 psi.

Givens: SKETCH:
t =
P =
S =
E =
D =
State Code Paragraph and Formula:

2. A Torispherical head has corroded to a thickness of .353 " ; its inside crown radius is
56 inches. The head's material has a stress allowable of 13,800 psi. The shell is
seamless and the spot radiography of UW-11(a)(5)(b) has been applied to the
vessel. Can this head remain in service at 100 psi per Code?

Givens: SKETCH:
t =
P =
S =
E =
L =
State Code Paragraph and Formula:
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3. A Hemispherical head is being considered as a replacement on a vessel with a
MAWP of 200 psi. The head's Inside diameter will be 64 inches. What would be its
required thickness if the head's material has a maximum allowable stress of 17,500
psi? The Category A type 1 joint that attaches the head will be spot radiographed.

Givens: SKETCH:
t =
P =
S =
E =
L =
State Code Paragraph and Formula:

4. What would the required thickness for a seamless Ellipsoidal head be given the
following variables? The Category B weld that will attach this head would not have
UW-11(a)(5)(b) applied.

Givens: SKETCH:
t =?
P = 200 psi
S = 17,500 psi
E = .85 No spot RT per UW-12(d)
D = 64.0