Structural Analysis and Design of Process Equipment Book (PDF) by Maan H. Jawad and James R. Farr – John Wiley and Sons – Free Download


          Structural Analysis and design of
process equipment written by Maan H.Jawad, Nooter Corporation St. Louis,
Missouri and James R.Farr, Babcock & Wilcox Company Barberton, Ohio is
printed by A Wiley-lnterscience Publication, JOHN WILEY & SONS. 
The first
purpose of this text is to provide structural and mechanical engineers
associated with the petrochemical industry a reference book for the analysis
and design of process equipment.
The second
is to give graduate engineering students a concise introduction to the theory
of plates and shells and its industrial applications.
The third
purpose is to aid process engineers in understanding the background of some of
the design equations in the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. Section VIII.
The topics
presented are separated into four parts.
1 is intended to familiarize the designer with some of the common “tools
of the trade.”
•          Chapter 1 details the history of
pressure vessels and various applicable codes from around the world.
•          Chapter 2 discusses design
specifications furnished in purchasing process equipment as well as in various
applicable codes.
•          Chapter 3 establishes the strength
criteria used in different codes and the theoretical background needed in
developing design equations in subsequent chapters.
•          Chapter 4 includes different materials
of construction and toughness considerations.
2 is divided into three chapters outlining the basic theory of plates and
•          Chapter 5 develops the membrane and
bending theories of cylindrical shells.
•          Chapter 6 discusses various
approximate theories for analyzing heads and transition sections,
•          Chapter 7 derives the equations for
circular and rectangular plates subjected to various loading and support
•          These three chapters form the basis
from which most of the design equations are derived in the other chapters.
3, which consists of five chapters, details the design and analysis of
•          Chapters 8 and 9 derive the design
equations established by the ASME Code, VI [-l and -2, for cylindrical shells
as well as heads and transition sections.
•          Chapter 10 discusses gaskets, bolts,
and flange design.
•          Chapter 11 presents openings and their
•          Chapter 12 develops design equations
tor support systems.
4 outlines the design and analysis of some specialized process equipment.
•          Chapter 13 describes the design of
flat bottom tanks;
•          Chapter 14 derives the cquations for
analyzing hest transfer equipment.
•          Chapter 15 describes the theory of
thick cylindrical shells in high-pressure applications.
•          Chapter 16 discusses the stress
analysis of tall vessels.
•          Chapter 17 outlines the procedure of
the ASME Code, VI[-l, for designing rectangular pressure vessels.
To simplify
the use of this book as a reference, each chapter is written so that it stands
on its own as much as possible.
Thus, each
chapter with design or other mathematical equations is written using
terminology frequently used in industry for that particular type of equipment
or component discussed in the pertinent chapter. Accordingly, a summary of
nomenclature appears at the end of most of the chapters in which mathematical
expressions are given. In using this book as a textbook for plates and shells,
Chapters 3, 5, 6 and 7 form the basis for establishing the basic theory.
Instructors can select other chapters to supplement the theory according to the
background and needs of the graduate engineer.
1.         History
and Organization of Codes
Selection of Vessel, Specifications Reports, and Allowable Stresses
3.         Strength
Theories, Design criteria and Design Equations
4.         Materials
of Construction
5.         Stress
in Cylindrical Shells
6.         Analysis
of Formed Heads and Transition Sections
7.         Stress
in Flat Plates
8.         Design
of Cylindrical Shells
9.         Design
of Formed Heads and Transition Sections
10.       Blind
Flanges, Cover Plates, and Flanges
11.       Openings,
Nozzles, and External Loadings
12.       Vessel
13.       Flat
Bottom Tanks
14.       Heat
Transfer Equipment
15.       Vessels
for High Pressure
16.       Toll
17.       Vessels
of Non-circular Cross Section
* Above mentioned topics are main topics of this book and there are many
sub-topics under those. Please refer the Preview below for detailed contents *
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