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This book will be a classic. Regards, John. Thanks for the update, I can't wait to get my hands on a copy!
Thanks for sharing that with us John. Can you please tell me how I can get a copy? Also, I wanted to ask you -in your opinion- if this book is better or the famous "Design of Piping System"? Go here, http: Hello, L. Peng's and T. Peng's new book is comprehensive. There is nothing "simplified" about the book. It is a good balance between the theoretical and the practical. It is very up-to-date in a world where "yesterday" is not enough.
So much has been learned about piping engineering over the last 50 years the Kellogg book, "Design of Piping Systems", is 50 years old now and so much of his new knowledge is spread around so many volumes that it is hard to find it all. This book is NOT a guide not to trivialize guides - there are at least two excellent guides available.
As you learn, the more you will understand in the next reading. It is not fair to compare this book to the Kellogg book, it so far surpasses the Kellogg book in content that there can be NO comparison. It is just that there is now a NEW gold standard. John, Just looking at the table of contents suggests this is make for a pretty comprehensive textbook quality guide for pipe stress engineers. Definitely looks promising. OK - So back me up.
I've got a very old version of the Kellogg book. Their nuclear valve division doesn't have new copies available, so how can we order the latest? The old M.
Kellogg book "Design of Piping Systems" is all over the Internet now. It has been out of print since about Email somebody and ask for it. If you want to download a copy of the great new L.
Hi Leonard I was not aware Glynn and Tony were working on a book. I will ask them about it and get back to you. Thank you John.
I appreciate the advice. John, Is this book Pipe Stress Engineering useful also for beginners or is it more helpful to the more experienced engineers? For the "beginner", the first read through the book will take more time but the Pengs do include basic concepts so it will not "lose you". But even after you have a few years "under your belt" you will continue to find this book helpful.
This book will still be a good reference book even when you have read it five or more times - you may not remember everything that your read by then but you will remember where you can find the information.
Take a look at the table of contents on the ASME web site. John, With your recommendation, and that of my boss who employed Mr. This is again likely due to the conservative formula used in calculating the longitudinal pressure stress. The Fy force, lbs, on code Table S The calculated stress is somewhat higher than the ones given by the Table S This example is used mainly to demonstrate the treatment of moment reversal between different operating conditions.
This simple loop system has two alternate operating condition. The moment generated in one condition is the same but in opposite direction of the other condition.
To describe the two operating conditions, the pipe is separated into Pipe1 for the header with temperature the same at F for both operating conditions; Pipe2 for the East branch having ambient temperature for the first operating condition and F temperature at second operating condition; and Pipe3 for West branch with F for the first operating and ambient for the second operating condition.
The valve is modeled as times as stiff as the connecting pipe of the same length.
These data generates a system as shown on the isometric and resulting a code stress compliance chart shown in the following. However, since the bending moment normally is the combination of the in-plane and out-plane moments that the sign is lost in this table. The moment component sign in the next table should be used to calculate the stress range.
The sign of second operating condition shall be checked to determine the stress range calculated by taking the difference. Again the sign of the moment component will be checked next to decide the stress range calculation.