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2013 SECTION VIII - DIVISION 1

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UG-119 UG-120

that is compatible with the vessel, bracket materials, and


the vessel service. After installation of the pad, bracket,
or structure, the heads of the fasteners shall be welded,
brazed, or soldered to the pad, bracket, or structure that
supports the nameplate. The nameplate shall be located
Certified by
within 30 in. (760 mm) of the vessel. Removal shall re(Name of Manufacturer)
quire the willful destruction of the nameplate, or its attachment system. (See M-3.)
(Pressure)
at (temperature)
(1) Nameplates may be attached either by welding,
Max. allowable working pressure (internal)
U or UM
brazing, or soldering.
(Pressure)
at (temperature)
(2) Nameplates may be attached by tamperresistant
Max. allowable working pressure
(external) [if specified, see Note (1)]
mechanical fasteners of suitable metal construction.
W (if arc or
(3) Nameplates may be attached with pressure
(Temperature)
at (pressure)
gas welded)
Min. design metal temperature
sensitive acrylic adhesive systems provided that, in addiRT (if radiographed)
tion to the requirements of this paragraph, those of
HT (if postweld
heat treated)
Mandatory Appendix 18 are met.
Manufacturers serial number
(f) An additional nameplate in accordance with (a)
through
(d) may be installed on the skirt, supports, jacket,
Year built
or other permanent attachment to a vessel. All data on the
additional plate, including the Certification Mark with the
GENERAL NOTE: Information within parentheses is not part of the
Designator, shall be as required for the mandatory namerequired marking. Phrases identifying data may be abbreviated; miniplate. The marking need not be witnessed by the Inspecmum abbreviations shall be MAWP, MAEWP, MDMT, S/N, FV, and
t o r . T h e ad d i t i o n a l n a m e p l a t e sh a l l b e m a r k e d :
year, respectively. See L-11 for sample Nameplate markings. (external)
DUPLICATE.
NOTES:
(g) When a nameplate is employed, the Manufacturers
(1) The maximum allowable external working pressure is required
name
or identifying trademark, and vessel serial number
only when specified as a design condition.
(or National Board Number, if applicable,) may also be
(2) For cases where the MAWP (internal) and MAWP (external) values have the same designated coincident temperature, the values
marked directly on the vessel in close proximity to the
may be combined on a single line as follows:
nameplate attachment. The marking shall be of a visible
permanent type that is not detrimental to the vessel, and
its location shall be indicated on the Data Report.
(1) If the thickness limitations of UG-118 preclude
marking directly on the vessel shell or heads, it may be ap(b) The nameplate thickness shall be sufficient to resist
plied to the skirt, supports, jacket, or other permanent atdistortion due to the application of the marking and to be
tachment to the vessel.
compatible with the method of attachment. The nameplate
nominal thickness shall not be less than 0.020 in.
UG-120 DATA REPORTS
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(c) Nameplates may have markings produced by either
(a) A Data Report shall be filled out on Form U-1 or
casting, etching, embossing, debossing, stamping, or enForm U-1A by the Manufacturer and shall be signed by
graving, except that the Certification Mark shall be
the Manufacturer and the Inspector for each pressure vesstamped on the nameplate.
sel marked with the Certification Mark with the U
(1) The required markings on a nameplate shall be in
Designator.
characters not less than 5/32 in. (4 mm) high, except that
(1) Same day production of vessels may be reported
characters for pressure relief device markings may be
on a single Form provided all of the following requiresmaller.
ments are met:
(2) Characters shall be either indented or raised at
(-a) vessels must be identical;
least 0.004 in. (0.10 mm) and shall be legible and
(-b) vessels must be manufactured for stock or for
readable.
the same user or his designated agent;
(d) The nameplate may be marked before it is affixed to
(-c) serial numbers must be in uninterrupted sethe vessel, in which case the Manufacturer shall ensure
quence; and
that the nameplate with the correct marking has been ap(-d) the Manufacturers written Quality Control
plied to the proper vessel, and the Inspector shall satisfy
System includes procedures to control the development,
himself that this has been done.
distribution, and retention of the Data Reports.
(e) The nameplate shall be attached to the vessel or to a
(2) The number of lines on the Data Report used to
pad, bracket, or structure that is welded, brazed, soldered,
describe multiple components (e.g., nozzles, shell courses)
or attached with mechanical fasteners directly to the vesmay be increased or decreased as necessary to provide
sel. Mechanical fasteners shall be of a material and design
space to describe each component. If addition of lines used

Figure UG-118
Form of Stamping

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2-F.9

FIGURES

Figure 2-F.1
Form of Stamping

U2

Letters Denoting The Construction Type


(see paragraphs 2-F.1(h) and 2-F.1(i)) [Note (1)]

Certified by
_______________________________________
(Name of Manufacturer)
____________________at ____________________
Maximum Allowable Working Pressure (Internal)
____________________at ____________________
Maximum Allowable External Working Pressure (External)[Note (2)]
____________________at ____________________
Minimum Design Temperature
_________________________________________
Manufacturers Serial Number
_________________________________________
Year Built
_________________________________________
Code Edition & Addenda

GENERAL NOTES:
(a) For cases where the MAWP (internal) and MAWP (external) have the same designated coincident temperature, the values may be combined on a single line as follows:

(b) The letters FV may be used to designate a full vacuum condition, e.g., 150 psi/FV at 300F
NOTES:
(1) Information within parentheses is not part of the required marking. Phrases identifying data may be abbreviated; minimum abbreviations
shall be MAWP, MDMT, S/N, and year, respectively.
(2) The maximum allowable external working pressures required only when specified as a design condition.

(external)

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Step 6. Determine the applicable forces.


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fN

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Step 7. Determine the average local primary membrane stress and the general primary membrane stress at the nozzle
intersection.
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Step 8. Determine the maximum local primary membrane stress at the nozzle intersection:
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Step 9. The calculated maximum local primary membrane stress should satisfy Equation (4.5.56). If the nozzle is subjected to internal pressure, then the allowable stress, S a l l o w , is given by Equation (4.5.57). If the nozzle is subjected to
external pressure, then the allowable stress is given by Equation (4.5.58) where F h a is evaluated in paragraph 4.4 for the
shell geometry being evaluated (e.g., cylinder, spherical shell, or formed head).
4:5:56

where
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Step 10. Determine the maximum allowable working pressure at the nozzle intersection.
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Section4.4DesignofShellsUnderExternalPressureandAllowableCompressiveStresses

(4.4.7.1)SphericalShellandHemisphericalHead

x ThevariablenamesFicandFheareswitchedinthestepwiseprocedurallines


this should be Fhe

this should be Fic

Section4.18DesignRulesforShellandTubeHeatExchangers

Sec.4.18.9.4RulesfortheDesignforFloatingTubesheets
x Step10paragraph
x Hisgivenbyequation(4.18.123)








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Figure 4.18.11
Stationary Tubesheet Configurations
ts

tc

ts

A
P

Pt

Dc

Ds

Pt

Gc

(a) Configuration a:
Tubesheet Integral with Shell and Channel

Ds

(b) Configuration b:
Tubesheet Integral with Shell and Gasketed
with Channel, Extended as a Flange
A
(extended)

ts
ts

A
P

Pt

Gc

G1

Pt

Ds

Gc

(c) Configuration c:
Tubesheet Integral with Shell and Gasketed
with Channel, Not Extended as a Flange

Gs

Ps

Ds

A
(not extended)

(d) Configuration d:
Tubesheet Integral with Shell and Channel

Gasketed

tc
tc

Pt
C

h
Dc

Ps

G1

Ps

Pt

Gs

Gs

Dc

(e) Configuration e:
Tubesheet Gasketed with Shell and Integral with
Channel, Extended as a Flange

(f) Configuration f:
Tubesheet Gasketed with Shell and Integral with
Channel, Not Extended as a Flange

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