Pressure Vessel Design Manual
Pressure vessels are closed containers designed to hold gases or liquids at a pressure substantially different from the ambient pressure. They have a variety of applications in industry, including in oil refineries, nuclear reactors, vehicle airbrake reservoirs, and more. The pressure differential with such vessels is dangerous, and due to the risk of accident and fatality around their use, the design, manufacture, operation and inspection of pressure vessels is regulated by engineering authorities and guided by legal codes and standards. Pressure Vessel Design Manual is a solutions-focused guide to the many problems and technical challenges involved in the design of pressure vessels to match stringent standards and codes. It brings together otherwise scattered information and explanations into one easy-to-use resource to minimize research and take readers from problem to solution in the most direct manner possible.
- Paperback | 832 pages
- 13 Nov 2018
- Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
- Butterworth-Heinemann Inc
- Woburn, United States
- 4th edition
Table of contents
1. General Topics 2. General Design 3. Flange Design 4. Design of Vessel Supports 5. Vessel Internals 6. Special Designs 7. Local Loads 8. High Pressure Vessels 9. Related Equipment 10. Transportation & Erection 11. Materials & Testing Appendices
About Michael M. Basic
Dennis Moss has more than 40 years' experience in the design, manufacture and inspection of pressure vessels. He is currently a Technical Director and Fellow for Fluor's Southern California office where he is the Section Supervisor of the Vessel Group. Michael Basic has nearly a decade of experience in the design of pressure vessels, storage tanks, and other related equipment. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of California and currently works for Fluor in southern California.