Developments in Pressure Equipment: Where to Next?

Developments in Pressure Equipment: Where to Next?

By: IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers) (author)Hardback

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There have been many developments in pressure equipment technology over the last 30 years culminating in the development of new standards and legislation. The aim of this collection of papers is not only to document views of leading professionals in various fields of pressure equipment technology, but also to look into the future and identify the next areas for development. "Developments in Pressure Equipment: Where to Next?" brings together international authors to provide an invaluble and comprehensive insight into the latest innovations in the field. The topics include: Legislation and standardization; Design and materials; Manufacture and inspection; Integrity and life assessment; and, Towards the future.

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The IMechE is the United Kingdom's qualifying body for mechanical engineers and the home of mechanical engineers for over 150 years. Around 75,000 engineers world-wide are members.


Preface ix; Biography - J Darlaston xi; Legislation and Standardization; S1020/011/2004 The European Unfired Pressure Vessels Standard EN 13445 - feedback, the maintenance help desk, future developments; D Koplewicz 3; S1020/010/2004 Developments and user experience with EN standards for pressure equipment; E J Haynes 13; Design and Materials; S1020/009/2004 ASME B&PV Code Sec. VIII and EN 13445 - a comparative study on pressure equipment standards; R Preiss 25; S1020/008/2004 Design, manufacture, and testing of steel vessels to contain explosions; A M Clayton, S Thompson, and R Forgan 37; Manufacture and Inspection; S1020/003/2004 A case study on the procurement of CE marked pressure equipment from both inside and outside Europe; W Kelman and A Windess 49; S1020/007/2004 Inspection under the PED - experiences, practicalities, and the way forward; C Pimley and P Hanmore 59; Integrity and Life Assessment; S1020/006/2004 Progress in creep and remaining-life assessment; R A Ainsworth 71; S1020/001/2004 The future of fracture assessment; A Dowling, I Hadley, and J Wintle 81; Towards the Future; S1020/002/2004 Risk-based inspection/major maintenance and even design - progress and the future; D A Mauney 93; S1020/005/2004 The hydrogen economy and compressed hydrogen; D Hart 103; S1020/004/2004 Pressure equipment research and the role of EPERC; J Darlaston 111; Authors' Index 119

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  • ISBN13: 9781860584787
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 144
  • ID: 9781860584787
  • weight: 424
  • ISBN10: 1860584780

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