ASME Codes for Pressure Piping, MSS Standards SP-58 and SP-69 and the applicable U. Pipe Designs Specially designed and mss sp 58 pdf constant or vaiable units are available upon request.
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When used in marine conditions, exposure to salt water or spray makes this kind of protection critical, because salt acts as an electrolyte to accelerate corrosion. So this added protection is an insurance for continued service in these conditions or where there is excessive humidity. Eng-Tips’s functionality depends on members receiving e-mail. By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. I can calculate the maximun stress values but was wondering if there are standard tables for support apacing based on stress and deflection. Also, “Pipe Hangers and Supports – Selection and Application” by Manufacturers Standardization Society of the Valve and Fittings Industry, Inc. Table 3 – “Maximum Horizontal Pipe Hanger and Support Spacing.
Neither are available without forking out cash. Since you are a valued guest of this forum, I’d be happy to email you pdf forms of these tables. I can’t copy the whole publication for copyright issues, etc. I don’t see a problem with providing just the table info. Suggested Manimum Span for Water Services and Steam, GAs or Air Service.
Most of these span tables are based on bending stress and deflection. I haven’t looked at Isthill’s reference since I’ve not really worked with Power Piping, but I would imagine it probably makes some note of these issues. All opinions expressed here are my own and not my company’s. The Piping Engineer will have the SUGGESTED PIPE SUPPORT SPACING in the Piping and Piping Stress Specification. With the SUGGESTED PIPE SUPPORT SPACING spread sheet calculation for Wt. So the problem then becomes how much deflection is acceptable.