## Channel Jacket Thickness Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Channel Wall Thickness = Design Length of Channel Section*(sqrt((0.12*Design Jacket Pressure)/(Allowable Stress for Jacket Material)))+Corrosion Allowance
tc = d*(sqrt((0.12*pj)/(fj)))+c
This formula uses 1 Functions, 5 Variables
Functions Used
sqrt - A square root function is a function that takes a non-negative number as an input and returns the square root of the given input number., sqrt(Number)
Variables Used
Channel Wall Thickness - (Measured in Millimeter) - Channel Wall Thickness is determined by the ratio between the mean radius of the vessel and the thickness of wall.
Design Length of Channel Section - (Measured in Millimeter) - Design Length of Channel Section is the distance between the centre of reactions between channel section.
Design Jacket Pressure - (Measured in Newton per Square Millimeter) - Design Jacket Pressure refers to a type of pressure vessel designed to withstand high pressures and temperatures, typically used for containing gases or liquids under extreme conditions.
Allowable Stress for Jacket Material - (Measured in Newton per Square Millimeter) - Allowable Stress for Jacket Material at Design Temperature is defined as the material failure stress divided by a factor of safety greater than one.
Corrosion Allowance - (Measured in Millimeter) - Corrosion allowance is defined as an extra thickness normally added to carbon and low alloy steel to mitigate the CO2 corrosion rate.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Design Length of Channel Section: 72.3 Millimeter --> 72.3 Millimeter No Conversion Required
Design Jacket Pressure: 0.105 Newton per Square Millimeter --> 0.105 Newton per Square Millimeter No Conversion Required
Allowable Stress for Jacket Material: 120 Newton per Square Millimeter --> 120 Newton per Square Millimeter No Conversion Required
Corrosion Allowance: 10.5 Millimeter --> 10.5 Millimeter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
tc = d*(sqrt((0.12*pj)/(fj)))+c --> 72.3*(sqrt((0.12*0.105)/(120)))+10.5
Evaluating ... ...
tc = 11.2408545403789
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.0112408545403789 Meter -->11.2408545403789 Millimeter (Check conversion ​here)
11.2408545403789 11.24085 Millimeter <-- Channel Wall Thickness
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Channel Jacket Thickness Formula

Channel Wall Thickness = Design Length of Channel Section*(sqrt((0.12*Design Jacket Pressure)/(Allowable Stress for Jacket Material)))+Corrosion Allowance
tc = d*(sqrt((0.12*pj)/(fj)))+c

## What is Design Thickness?

Design thickness is a term used in structural engineering to refer to the thickness of a structural element (such as a beam, column, or plate) that has been calculated or specified based on the design requirements of the structure. The design thickness is the thickness that has been calculated or specified based on the structural requirements of the beam and the strength and deformability of the soil or foundation on which the beam will be supported. The design thickness of a bottom plate is typically determined by a structural engineer or using structural engineering software, and is used to ensure that the bottom plate is able to safely carry the loads that will be applied to it during the life of the structure.

## How to Calculate Channel Jacket Thickness?

Channel Jacket Thickness calculator uses Channel Wall Thickness = Design Length of Channel Section*(sqrt((0.12*Design Jacket Pressure)/(Allowable Stress for Jacket Material)))+Corrosion Allowance to calculate the Channel Wall Thickness, Channel jacket thickness refers to the measurement of the material's thickness used to construct a channel jacket. A channel jacket is a type of protective covering or enclosure that is typically used in industrial settings or mechanical applications. Channel Wall Thickness is denoted by tc symbol.

How to calculate Channel Jacket Thickness using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Channel Jacket Thickness, enter Design Length of Channel Section (d), Design Jacket Pressure (pj), Allowable Stress for Jacket Material (fj) & Corrosion Allowance (c) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Channel Jacket Thickness calculation can be explained with given input values -> 11240.85 = 0.0723*(sqrt((0.12*105000)/(120000000)))+0.0105.

### FAQ

What is Channel Jacket Thickness?
Channel jacket thickness refers to the measurement of the material's thickness used to construct a channel jacket. A channel jacket is a type of protective covering or enclosure that is typically used in industrial settings or mechanical applications and is represented as tc = d*(sqrt((0.12*pj)/(fj)))+c or Channel Wall Thickness = Design Length of Channel Section*(sqrt((0.12*Design Jacket Pressure)/(Allowable Stress for Jacket Material)))+Corrosion Allowance. Design Length of Channel Section is the distance between the centre of reactions between channel section, Design Jacket Pressure refers to a type of pressure vessel designed to withstand high pressures and temperatures, typically used for containing gases or liquids under extreme conditions, Allowable Stress for Jacket Material at Design Temperature is defined as the material failure stress divided by a factor of safety greater than one & Corrosion allowance is defined as an extra thickness normally added to carbon and low alloy steel to mitigate the CO2 corrosion rate.
How to calculate Channel Jacket Thickness?
Channel jacket thickness refers to the measurement of the material's thickness used to construct a channel jacket. A channel jacket is a type of protective covering or enclosure that is typically used in industrial settings or mechanical applications is calculated using Channel Wall Thickness = Design Length of Channel Section*(sqrt((0.12*Design Jacket Pressure)/(Allowable Stress for Jacket Material)))+Corrosion Allowance. To calculate Channel Jacket Thickness, you need Design Length of Channel Section (d), Design Jacket Pressure (pj), Allowable Stress for Jacket Material (fj) & Corrosion Allowance (c). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Design Length of Channel Section, Design Jacket Pressure, Allowable Stress for Jacket Material & Corrosion Allowance and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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