Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Deflection = (Constant for Maximum Deflection*Hydrostatic Pressure*Longer Side of the Tank^(4))/(Modulus of Elasticity*(Plate Thickness-Corrosion Allowance)^(3))
δ = (α*p*l^(4))/(E*(pt-c)^(3))
This formula uses 7 Variables
Variables Used
Deflection - (Measured in Millimeter) - Deflection is the degree to which a structural element is displaced under a load (due to its deformation).
Constant for Maximum Deflection - Constant for Maximum Deflection is a number that has a fixed value in a given situation or universally or that is characteristic of without stiffeners.
Hydrostatic Pressure - (Measured in Newton per Square Millimeter) - Hydrostatic pressure refers to the pressure that any fluid in a confined space exerts. If fluid is in a container, there will be some pressure on the wall of that container.
Longer Side of the Tank - (Measured in Millimeter) - Longer Side of the Tank is the dimension of the tank that is measured along its longest side. The length of a tank is usually one of the key dimensions.
Modulus of Elasticity - (Measured in Newton per Square Millimeter) - Modulus of Elasticity is a quantity that measures an object or substance's resistance to being deformed elastically when a stress is applied to it.
Plate Thickness - (Measured in Millimeter) - Plate Thickness is the distance through the bearing plate.
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
Constant for Maximum Deflection: 3 --> No Conversion Required
Hydrostatic Pressure: 0.08 Newton per Square Millimeter --> 0.08 Newton per Square Millimeter No Conversion Required
Longer Side of the Tank: 1200 Millimeter --> 1200 Millimeter No Conversion Required
Modulus of Elasticity: 11.5 Newton per Square Millimeter --> 11.5 Newton per Square Millimeter No Conversion Required
Plate Thickness: 100 Millimeter --> 100 Millimeter No Conversion Required
Corrosion Allowance: 10.5 Millimeter --> 10.5 Millimeter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
δ = (α*p*l^(4))/(E*(pt-c)^(3)) --> (3*0.08*1200^(4))/(11.5*(100-10.5)^(3))
Evaluating ... ...
δ = 60362.7864853779
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
60.3627864853779 Meter -->60362.7864853779 Millimeter (Check conversion here)
FINAL ANSWER
60362.7864853779 Millimeter <-- Deflection
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)

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Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness

Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness

Formula
`"δ" = ("α"*"p"*"l"^(4))/("E"*("p"_{"t"}-"c")^(3))`

Example
`"60362.79mm"=("3"*"0.08N/mm²"*"1200mm"^(4))/("11.5N/mm²"*("100mm"-"10.5mm")^(3))`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Deflection = (Constant for Maximum Deflection*Hydrostatic Pressure*Longer Side of the Tank^(4))/(Modulus of Elasticity*(Plate Thickness-Corrosion Allowance)^(3))
Bending Moment to size Vertical Stiffeners

Bending Moment to size Vertical Stiffeners

Formula
`"M"_{""max""} = 0.0642*"p"*"l"_{"e"}*("H")^(2)`

Example
`"3.4E^7N*m"=0.0642*"0.08N/mm²"*"417mm"*("4000mm")^(2)`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Bending Moment of Vertical Stiffeners = 0.0642*Hydrostatic Pressure*Spacing Effective Length*(Height of Tank)^(2)
Diameter of Tank Bottom

Diameter of Tank Bottom

Formula
`"D"_{"b"} = "D"+2*("t")+2*("x")`

Example
`"3250mm"="3000mm"+2*("5mm")+2*("120mm")`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Bottom Plate Diameter = Nominal Tank Diameter+2*(Minimum Thickness of Shell)+2*(Total Extension)
Minimum Width of Annular Plate

Minimum Width of Annular Plate

Formula
`"W"_{"AP"} = "x"+300+"H"+"L"_{"LW"}`

Example
`"4461mm"="120mm"+300+"4000mm"+"41mm"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Minimum Width of Annular Plate = Total Extension+300+Height of Tank+Length of Lap Weld
Section Modulus of Stiffener

Section Modulus of Stiffener

Formula
`"S" = "M"_{""max""}/"f"`

Example
`"4379.562mm³"="600000N*m"/"137N/mm²"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Section Modulus = Bending Moment of Vertical Stiffeners/Maximum Allowable Bending Stress
Circumference of Bottom Plate

Circumference of Bottom Plate

Formula
`"C" = pi*"D"_{"b"}`

Example
`"75398.22mm"=pi*"24000mm"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Circumference of Bottom Plate = pi*Bottom Plate Diameter

Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness Formula

Deflection = (Constant for Maximum Deflection*Hydrostatic Pressure*Longer Side of the Tank^(4))/(Modulus of Elasticity*(Plate Thickness-Corrosion Allowance)^(3))
δ = (α*p*l^(4))/(E*(pt-c)^(3))

What is Design Length?

The design length of a structural element is the length of the element that is used to calculate the required size and strength of the element. The design length is typically based on the span of the element, which is the distance between the points of support, and it may also take into account the expected loads on the element and the location of the element in the structure. The design length is used in structural analysis and design to ensure that the element is strong enough to support the loads it will be subjected to during its service life. It is an important factor to consider in the design of a structure because it can affect the overall strength and stability of the structure.

How to Calculate Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness?

Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness calculator uses Deflection = (Constant for Maximum Deflection*Hydrostatic Pressure*Longer Side of the Tank^(4))/(Modulus of Elasticity*(Plate Thickness-Corrosion Allowance)^(3)) to calculate the Deflection, Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness is defined as the amount by which the plate is deformed or bent under a given load. The maximum deflection of a plate can be affected by several factors, including the thickness of the plate, the material properties of the plate, the load applied to the plate, and the span of the plate. Deflection is denoted by δ symbol.

How to calculate Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness, enter Constant for Maximum Deflection (α), Hydrostatic Pressure (p), Longer Side of the Tank (l), Modulus of Elasticity (E), Plate Thickness (pt) & Corrosion Allowance (c) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness calculation can be explained with given input values -> 60362.79 = (3*80000*1.2^(4))/(11500000*(0.1-0.0105)^(3)).

FAQ

What is Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness?
Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness is defined as the amount by which the plate is deformed or bent under a given load. The maximum deflection of a plate can be affected by several factors, including the thickness of the plate, the material properties of the plate, the load applied to the plate, and the span of the plate and is represented as δ = (α*p*l^(4))/(E*(pt-c)^(3)) or Deflection = (Constant for Maximum Deflection*Hydrostatic Pressure*Longer Side of the Tank^(4))/(Modulus of Elasticity*(Plate Thickness-Corrosion Allowance)^(3)). Constant for Maximum Deflection is a number that has a fixed value in a given situation or universally or that is characteristic of without stiffeners, Hydrostatic pressure refers to the pressure that any fluid in a confined space exerts. If fluid is in a container, there will be some pressure on the wall of that container, Longer Side of the Tank is the dimension of the tank that is measured along its longest side. The length of a tank is usually one of the key dimensions, Modulus of Elasticity is a quantity that measures an object or substance's resistance to being deformed elastically when a stress is applied to it, Plate Thickness is the distance through the bearing plate & 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 Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness?
Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness is defined as the amount by which the plate is deformed or bent under a given load. The maximum deflection of a plate can be affected by several factors, including the thickness of the plate, the material properties of the plate, the load applied to the plate, and the span of the plate is calculated using Deflection = (Constant for Maximum Deflection*Hydrostatic Pressure*Longer Side of the Tank^(4))/(Modulus of Elasticity*(Plate Thickness-Corrosion Allowance)^(3)). To calculate Maximum Deflection of Corroded Plate Thickness, you need Constant for Maximum Deflection (α), Hydrostatic Pressure (p), Longer Side of the Tank (l), Modulus of Elasticity (E), Plate Thickness (pt) & Corrosion Allowance (c). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Constant for Maximum Deflection, Hydrostatic Pressure, Longer Side of the Tank, Modulus of Elasticity, Plate Thickness & 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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