The rod and clevis components were made of various alloys (800H, F91, 316H, SA-387 Gr. 22) and ranged in sizes from 2″ to 4″ diameter. Taking into account the surrounding environment’s conditions, engineers designed the rods and clevises so that they can endure temperatures escalating to 1430º F. For the duration of a pull test conducted, the clevises and rods sustained loads up to 152,000 lbs. and there were no discrepancies.
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U.S. Bellows – Expansion Joints In-depth Webinar
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Piping Design and Analysis Influence on Pipe Support Selection and Design
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