Shells under Internal Pressure according to EN 13445
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Daniel van Baalen, M.Sc.

Format: E-Suite

What you'll learn

Learn how to calculate the wall thickness of a pressure vessel according to the EN 13445 design code. 

In this on-demand module, participants will be taken through: 

  • the EN 13445-3 design rules for determining the design wall thickness of a pressure vessel,

  • its application for cylinders and cones,

  • its application for formed torispherical ends,

  • thin-walled cylinders versus thick-walls and Lame's formula,

  • how to calculated the MAWP (Maximum Allowable Working Pressure),

  • the wall thickness calculation for a cone-to-cylinder junction.

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About the author

Instructor Daniel van Baalen, MSc

Daniel van Baalen, MSc

Project Engineer, Dynaflow Research Group

Mechanical, Piping, FEA, Flow

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Access to the Module 
After your purchase is confirmed you receive an account to the EngineeringTrainer online learning portal, where you find the module in your dashboard. You receive 1-year unlimited access to the the training material which allows you to the review the material as required.

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  • Those looking to improve their understanding of the EN 13445 design rules for calculating the design wall thickness or MAWP of pressure vessels.

  • Those looking for a clear explanation given first hand by an experienced engineer, who takes you through the formulas, text and charts in the EN 13445.

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