## Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction = (Design Jacket Pressure*Internal Diameter of Half Coil)/((4*Thickness of Half Coil Jacket*Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil)+(2.5*Shell Thickness*Joint Efficiency for Shell))
fac = (pj*di)/((4*tcoil*Jcoil)+(2.5*t*J))
This formula uses 7 Variables
Variables Used
Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction - (Measured in Newton per Square Millimeter) - Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell the result of a force acting perpendicular to an area of a coil, causing the extension or compression of the material.
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.
Internal Diameter of Half Coil - (Measured in Millimeter) - Internal Diameter of Half Coil is a measurement of the distance of a straight line from one point on the inner wall of the object, through its center, to an opposite point also on the inside.
Thickness of Half Coil Jacket - (Measured in Millimeter) - Thickness of Half Coil Jacket can be determined by considering the heat transfer coefficient, the surface area of the coil, and the temperature difference.
Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil - Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil is a measure of the strength of the weld relative to the strength of the base metal.
Shell Thickness - (Measured in Millimeter) - Shell thickness is the the distance through the shell.
Joint Efficiency for Shell - Joint Efficiency for Shell refers to the effectiveness of the joint between two adjacent sections of a cylindrical shell, such as in a pressure vessel or a storage tank.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Design Jacket Pressure: 0.105 Newton per Square Millimeter --> 0.105 Newton per Square Millimeter No Conversion Required
Internal Diameter of Half Coil: 54 Millimeter --> 54 Millimeter No Conversion Required
Thickness of Half Coil Jacket: 11.2 Millimeter --> 11.2 Millimeter No Conversion Required
Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil: 0.6 --> No Conversion Required
Shell Thickness: 200 Millimeter --> 200 Millimeter No Conversion Required
Joint Efficiency for Shell: 0.85 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
fac = (pj*di)/((4*tcoil*Jcoil)+(2.5*t*J)) --> (0.105*54)/((4*11.2*0.6)+(2.5*200*0.85))
Evaluating ... ...
fac = 0.0125475790032752
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
12547.5790032752 Pascal -->0.0125475790032752 Newton per Square Millimeter (Check conversion ​here)
0.0125475790032752 0.012548 Newton per Square Millimeter <-- Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction
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## Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell Formula

Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction = (Design Jacket Pressure*Internal Diameter of Half Coil)/((4*Thickness of Half Coil Jacket*Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil)+(2.5*Shell Thickness*Joint Efficiency for Shell))
fac = (pj*di)/((4*tcoil*Jcoil)+(2.5*t*J))

## What is Design Stress?

Stress is a physical quantity. It is a quantity that describes the magnitude of forces that cause deformation. Stress is defined as force per unit area. When an object is pulled apart by a force it will cause elongation which is also known as deformation, like the stretching of an elastic band, it is called tensile stress. But, when the forces result in the compression of an object, it is called compressive stress.

## How to Calculate Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell?

Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell calculator uses Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction = (Design Jacket Pressure*Internal Diameter of Half Coil)/((4*Thickness of Half Coil Jacket*Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil)+(2.5*Shell Thickness*Joint Efficiency for Shell)) to calculate the Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction, Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell is defined as the result of a force acting perpendicular to an area of a coil, causing the extension or compression of the material. Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction is denoted by fac symbol.

How to calculate Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell, enter Design Jacket Pressure (pj), Internal Diameter of Half Coil (di), Thickness of Half Coil Jacket (tcoil), Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil (Jcoil), Shell Thickness (t) & Joint Efficiency for Shell (J) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.3E-8 = (105000*0.054)/((4*0.0112*0.6)+(2.5*0.2*0.85)).

### FAQ

What is Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell?
Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell is defined as the result of a force acting perpendicular to an area of a coil, causing the extension or compression of the material and is represented as fac = (pj*di)/((4*tcoil*Jcoil)+(2.5*t*J)) or Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction = (Design Jacket Pressure*Internal Diameter of Half Coil)/((4*Thickness of Half Coil Jacket*Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil)+(2.5*Shell Thickness*Joint Efficiency for Shell)). 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, Internal Diameter of Half Coil is a measurement of the distance of a straight line from one point on the inner wall of the object, through its center, to an opposite point also on the inside, Thickness of Half Coil Jacket can be determined by considering the heat transfer coefficient, the surface area of the coil, and the temperature difference, Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil is a measure of the strength of the weld relative to the strength of the base metal, Shell thickness is the the distance through the shell & Joint Efficiency for Shell refers to the effectiveness of the joint between two adjacent sections of a cylindrical shell, such as in a pressure vessel or a storage tank.
How to calculate Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell?
Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell is defined as the result of a force acting perpendicular to an area of a coil, causing the extension or compression of the material is calculated using Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction = (Design Jacket Pressure*Internal Diameter of Half Coil)/((4*Thickness of Half Coil Jacket*Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil)+(2.5*Shell Thickness*Joint Efficiency for Shell)). To calculate Maximum Axial Stress in Coil at Junction with Shell, you need Design Jacket Pressure (pj), Internal Diameter of Half Coil (di), Thickness of Half Coil Jacket (tcoil), Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil (Jcoil), Shell Thickness (t) & Joint Efficiency for Shell (J). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Design Jacket Pressure, Internal Diameter of Half Coil, Thickness of Half Coil Jacket, Weld Joint Efficiency Factor for Coil, Shell Thickness & Joint Efficiency for Shell 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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