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eemua 189. such as tankers, the preferred arrangement is to have the multiple vessels placed in a mound or pit. When the vessels are to be placed in a mound, the material will be carried by the mould from a single point and will be distributed over a circular or elliptic space. Figure 3.8 shows an elliptic space. The required size of the space is calculated as per EEMUA 190 : 2000. The corresponding section is termed as such and the load is calculated as per A.4.2.5 of EEMUA 190 :. Cited by 1 This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010. . The container is regarded as a single entity and the load of the mound is calculated as a summation of the loads on the individual vessels. The exact shape of the space is not specified. A circular space is illustrated in Figure 3.8. • The mould has dimensions as per A.4.2.3 of EEMUA 190 :. This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010. . Cited by 1 This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010. . For example, the windscreen or heavy-duty shield can be welded to a tank as shown in Figure 3.9. • The wall thickness should be at least 0.01 metre. • The edges of the tank must be properly protected with a compound structure. • The welds must be accurately milled to avoid stress concentrations. • Tank and shield should be separately pressure tested. Pdf . This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010. . • The cross-section and shape of the vessel is not specified. • The lower side of the shield must be machined so as to provide a flat surface for the tank to rest on. Cited by 1 This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010. . This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010. . This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010. . This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010. . This content is only available via PDF. PDF. Copyright © 2010.



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