Jacket Width Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Jacket Width = (Inside Diameter of Jacket-Outer Diameter of Vessel)/2
wj = (Di-Do)/2
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Jacket Width - (Measured in Meter) - Jacket Width is the measurement or extent of something from side to side.
Inside Diameter of Jacket - (Measured in Meter) - Inside Diameter of Jacket is the diameter of the inside surface.
Outer Diameter of Vessel - (Measured in Meter) - Outer Diameter of Vessel is the distance from one outside edge of the vessel to the opposite outside edge, measuring straight across the face of the vessel.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Inside Diameter of Jacket: 1100 Millimeter --> 1.1 Meter (Check conversion here)
Outer Diameter of Vessel: 1000 Millimeter --> 1 Meter (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
wj = (Di-Do)/2 --> (1.1-1)/2
Evaluating ... ...
wj = 0.05
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.05 Meter -->50 Millimeter (Check conversion here)
FINAL ANSWER
50 Millimeter <-- Jacket Width
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)

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Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell

Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell

Formula
`"f"_{"ac"} = ("p"_{"j"}*"d"_{"i"})/((4*"t"_{"c"}*"J")+(2.5*"t"*"J"))`

Example
`"0.607196N/mm²"=("0.105N/mm²"*"54mm")/((4*"0.9mm"*"0.58")+(2.5*"5mm"*"0.58"))`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction = (Internal Jacket Pressure*Internal Diameter of Half Coil)/((4*Thickness of Half Coil Jacket*Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil)+(2.5*Minimum Thickness of Shell*Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil))
Dished Head Thickness

Dished Head Thickness

Formula
`"t"_{"h"} = ("p"*"R"_{"c"}*"V")/(2*"f"*"J")+"c"`

Example
`"10.50007mm"=("0.52N/mm²"*"1400mm"*"20")/(2*"120N/mm²"*"0.85")+"10.5mm"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Dished Head Thickness = (Internal Pressure in Vessel*Crown Radius*Stress Intensification Factor)/(2*Allowable Stress for Jacket Material*Joint Efficiency)+Corrosion Allowance
Thickness of Half Coil

Thickness of Half Coil

Formula
`"t" = ("p"_{"j"}*"d"_{"i"})/((2*"f"*"J"))+"c"`

Example
`"10.52779mm"=("0.105N/mm²"*"54mm")/((2*"120N/mm²"*"0.85"))+"10.5mm"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Shell thickness = (Internal Jacket Pressure*Internal Diameter of Half Coil)/((2*Allowable Stress for Jacket Material*Joint Efficiency))+Corrosion Allowance
Maximum Hoop Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell

Maximum Hoop Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell

Formula
`"f"_{"cc"} = ("p"_{"j"}*"d"_{"i"})/(2*"t"_{"c"}*"J")`

Example
`"5.431034N/mm²"=("0.105N/mm²"*"54mm")/(2*"0.9mm"*"0.58")`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Maximum Hoop Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell = (Internal Jacket Pressure*Internal Diameter of Half Coil)/(2*Thickness of Half Coil Jacket*Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil)
Required Plate Thickness for Dimple Jacket

Required Plate Thickness for Dimple Jacket

Formula
`"tj"_{"(""min"i"mum)"} = "P"_{"N"}*("p"_{"j"}/(3*"f"))^(0.5) `

Example
`"0.153704mm"="9mm"*("0.105N/mm²"/(3*"120N/mm²"))^(0.5) `

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Plate Thickness required for the Dimple Jacket = Normal Pitch*(Internal Jacket Pressure/(3*Allowable Stress for Jacket Material))^(0.5)
Required Thickness for Jacket Closer Member with Jacket Width

Required Thickness for Jacket Closer Member with Jacket Width

Formula
`"t"_{"rc"} = 0.886*"w"_{"j"}*("p"_{"j"}/"f")^(0.5)`

Example
`"0.052416mm"=0.886*"2mm"*("0.105N/mm²"/"120N/mm²")^(0.5)`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Required Thickness for Jacket Closer Member = 0.886*Jacket Width*(Internal Jacket Pressure/Allowable Stress for Jacket Material)^(0.5)
Jacket Width

Jacket Width

Formula
`"w"_{"j"} = ("D"_{"i"}-"D"_{"o"})/2`

Example
`"50mm"=("1100mm"-"1000mm")/2`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Jacket Width = (Inside Diameter of Jacket-Outer Diameter of Vessel)/2
Required Thickness for Jacket Closer Member

Required Thickness for Jacket Closer Member

Formula
`"t"_{"rc"} = 2*("t"_{"rj"})`

Example
`"14mm"=2*("7mm")`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Required Thickness for Jacket Closer Member = 2*(Required Jacket Wall Thickness)

Jacket Width Formula

Jacket Width = (Inside Diameter of Jacket-Outer Diameter of Vessel)/2
wj = (Di-Do)/2

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 Jacket Width?

Jacket Width calculator uses Jacket Width = (Inside Diameter of Jacket-Outer Diameter of Vessel)/2 to calculate the Jacket Width, The Jacket Width formula is defined as the measurement or extent of something from side to side of the Vessel. Jacket Width is denoted by wj symbol.

How to calculate Jacket Width using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Jacket Width, enter Inside Diameter of Jacket (Di) & Outer Diameter of Vessel (Do) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Jacket Width calculation can be explained with given input values -> 50 = (1.1-1)/2.

FAQ

What is Jacket Width?
The Jacket Width formula is defined as the measurement or extent of something from side to side of the Vessel and is represented as wj = (Di-Do)/2 or Jacket Width = (Inside Diameter of Jacket-Outer Diameter of Vessel)/2. Inside Diameter of Jacket is the diameter of the inside surface & Outer Diameter of Vessel is the distance from one outside edge of the vessel to the opposite outside edge, measuring straight across the face of the vessel.
How to calculate Jacket Width?
The Jacket Width formula is defined as the measurement or extent of something from side to side of the Vessel is calculated using Jacket Width = (Inside Diameter of Jacket-Outer Diameter of Vessel)/2. To calculate Jacket Width, you need Inside Diameter of Jacket (Di) & Outer Diameter of Vessel (Do). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Inside Diameter of Jacket & Outer Diameter of Vessel 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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