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Transmission of Guide Load for Column Connected Clip( Vol-4,Issue-1,January 2018 )


Dinesh Koranga


Skew vessel clip guide loads.


The pipe connected to the column is a standard component of most hydrocarbon processing complexes. This vertical pipeline connected to the column nozzle is either skewed or in line with the global axis. It is essential that in both the cases the guide loads of vessel clip are conveyed correctly to equipment design engineer. This paper intends to compare the results obtained from the two instances, viz. (1) The vertical pipe connected to the column is not inline to the global axis. (2) The vertical pipe connected to the column is in line to the global axis. This paper explains the results with a solved example, and these results are useful while transmitting guide loads of vessel clip to equipment engineer for designing the column.

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