Service:Riser clamps are used for the support of vertical piping. Load is carried by shear lugs, which are welded to the pipe. Shear lugs provided upon request. Local pipe wall stress evaluation available upon request. Approvals:Complies with Federal Specification A-A-1192A (Type 42), ANSI/MSS SP-69 and MSS SP-58 (Type 42). Analyzing Bolted Joints for Clamp Load and Joint Stress Apr 10, 2017 · Many important considerations in bolted joint development are often overlooked. While estimating the bolt tension achieved for a given tightening strategy is certainly a common focus, the effect of load on joint components is less fully discussed and understood. One reason threaded fasteners are so widely used is that they can generate a tremendous amount of clamp load in a small area.

In this paper, a static load test and a multiparameter statistical analysis method are used to study the value of pile side friction in different soil layers in a loess region. Currently, static load testing is the most commonly used method to determine the bearing capacity of pile foundation. During the test, a vertical load is applied at the top of the pile, the data under each load level Effect of clamping force and coefficient of friction on Dec 01, 2018 · The effect of clamping force, F c, and coefficient of friction, , on the elastic-plastic behavior of cracked bolted joint has been studied numerically using 3-D elastic-plastic extended finite element method. Two different failure modes of a single steel plate which contain a fastener hole are considered, i.e. net tension and bearing mode of failures. Effect of clamping force and coefficient of friction on Dec 01, 2018 · The effect of clamping force, F c, and coefficient of friction, , on the elastic-plastic behavior of cracked bolted joint has been studied numerically using 3-D elastic-plastic extended finite element method. Two different failure modes of a single steel plate which contain a fastener hole are considered, i.e. net tension and bearing mode of failures.

Oct 06, 2011 · The test facility consists of a 36 &quot; long stainless steel pipe with a 4 ½ &quot; outside diameter and 4 &quot; inside diameter. The pipe ends are closed by ¾ &quot; x 5 ½ &quot; x 21 &quot; plates. The pipe is suspended from top using two pipe clamps. Engineering & Design of Pipe Supports - SlideShareOct 06, 2011 · The test facility consists of a 36 &quot; long stainless steel pipe with a 4 ½ &quot; outside diameter and 4 &quot; inside diameter. The pipe ends are closed by ¾ &quot; x 5 ½ &quot; x 21 &quot; plates. The pipe is suspended from top using two pipe clamps. Engineering Fundamentals of Threaded Fastener Design Figure 8. Angle of Turn is Proportional to Clamp Force 1.6 Correlation of Stress-Strain and Turn The basic relationship of stress to strain in the elastic region is given by the following equation. The stretch of a bolt or metal rod loaded in tension is calculated by use of the following equation.

Figure 8. Angle of Turn is Proportional to Clamp Force 1.6 Correlation of Stress-Strain and Turn The basic relationship of stress to strain in the elastic region is given by the following equation. The stretch of a bolt or metal rod loaded in tension is calculated by use of the following equation. K Shoghi's research works University of Huddersfield K Shoghi's 4 research works with 44 citations and 4,728 reads, including:Axial Load Capacity of V-Section Band Clamp Joints PILE LOAD CAPACITY CALCULATION METHODScapacity (total stress) of piles in cohesive soils, method used to calculate the long-term load capacity (effective stress) of piles in both cohesive and cohesionless soils. Piles resist applied loads through side friction (shaft or skin friction) and end bearing as indicated in Fig. 3. Friction piles resist a significant portion of

Organize multiple lines of pipe, tubing, and conduit with one clamp. Wider than standard loop clamps, multiline loop clamps surround two lines of material to create a secure grip while holding the lines close to the mounting surface. A cushion covering the clamp reduces vibration and wear from clamp edges. Pipe stress modelling techniques ask the expert 1 How to model piping stress a) Miscellaneous How would you consider radial expansion or contraction of a pipe clamp? Radial expansion of a pipe due to temperature change is not thought to affect a hold down clamp significantly, as the clamp is expected to come to be the same temperature as the pipe to which is in contact, and thus experiencing the same radial growth. Pipeline EngineeringSteel Pipe Hoop Stress Check - ASME B31.4 Steel Pipe Hoop Stress Check - ASME B31.8 PE Pipe Pressure Rating Steel Buried Line - Pipe Stress Analysis Steel Pipe Local Stress at Support Pipe Support Spacing Calculation Pipeline Lowering and Roping Design ASME B31.8 - Reinforcement of Weld Branch Calculation ASME B31.4 - Reinforcement of Weld

clamp load to resist slip. This type of joint requires a frictional force between the joint members. The shear forces have to overcome the friction developed by the clamp load, which in most cases will be far more than the actual shear strength of the fastener itself. This type of joint is common in the structural steel Stress Analysis of a Pipe Clamp in a Main Steam Piping1 Stress Analysis of a Pipe Clamp in a Main Steam Piping Dr. Lutz Lindhorst 1), Jens Milleder , Uwe Paluch , Lukas Schaudinn1) 1) TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH, Munich ABSTRACT The design review of pipe supports is discussed in this paper putting the main emphasis on the stress analysis. Thick-Walled Cylinders and Press FitsHoop stress is: Maximum at the inner surface, 13.9 ksi. Lower, but not zero, at the unpressurized outer surface, 8.5 ksi. Larger in magnitude than the radial stress Longitudinal stress is (trust me): 4.3 ksi, considered as a uniform, average stress across the thickness of the wall. Now lets look at an externally pressurized

levels in the clamp at maximum design load and sufficient friction capacity in cas e of torsional loads. The paper also presents the results of structural finite element analysis of several steel