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Loadfactor for internal pressure can be higher according to NEN3650
04-01-2013, 04:32 PM, (This post was last modified: 05-01-2013, 06:31 AM by shaswin.)
RE: Loadfactor for internal pressure can be higher conform NEN3650
(19-03-2010, 08:55 PM)shaswin Wrote: Yes, adding the BC2 loadfactor in LOCASE table is much better.

Multiple rows in the LOCASE would be great, so one could insert different loadfactors at a specific IDENT/AX-L/AX-LP. So a transition in loadfactor could be made at any point in the configuration:

1. transition between Rotterdam loadfactors and NEN3650 loadfactors;
2. transition between different materials (for example transition between steel and polyethylene);
3. transition between pipelines outside and inside a station;
4. transition maximum incidental pressure (MIP) and default internal pressure.

When a transition is realised in the LOCASE (no fixed row) in the future, the displacement in axial direction at the transition node should have a jump (due to transition in different loadfactors).

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RE: Loadfactor for internal pressure can be higher conform NEN3650 - by shaswin - 04-01-2013, 04:32 PM

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