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UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC CANCELLED

UFC 3-301-01 1 June 2013 FOREWORD .The Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) system is prescribed by MILSTD 3007 and provides - planning,design,construction,sustainment,restoration,and modernization criteria,and appliesTypical Prestressed Concrete Tank Foundation Informationa prestressed concrete liquid storage tank 1.Recommended foundation system (granular base depth,type,etc.) 2.Ground water elevation at the tank location.3.Pertinent geotechnical parameter information (see back page) 4.Additional comments and concerns i.e.,Typical Prestressed Concrete Tank Foundation Informationa prestressed concrete liquid storage tank 1.Recommended foundation system (granular base depth,type,etc.) 2.Ground water elevation at the tank location.3.Pertinent geotechnical parameter information (see back page) 4.Additional comments and concerns i.e.,

The Study of Seismic Response on Accelerated Contained Fluid

AbstractIntroductionSeismic Analysis of Liquid-Filled TanksNumerical Example and ResultsConclusionsAcknowledgmentsGround-supported cylindrical tanks are strategically very important structures used to store a variety of liquids.This paper presents the theoretical background of fluid effect on tank when a fluid container is subjected to horizontal acceleration.Fluid excites the hydrodynamic (impulsive and convective) pressures,impulsive and convective (sloshing) actions.Seismic response of cylindrical fluid filling tanks fixed to rigid foundations was calculated for variation of the tank slenderness parameter.The calculatinSee more on hindawiCited by 11Publish Year 2017Author Kamila Kotrasova,Eva KormanikovaReview of Seismic Codes on Liquid- Containing TanksLiquid storage tanks generally possess lower energy-dissipating capacity simulate the impulsive and convective mode of vibration of a tank-uid system Housner 1963; Veletsos andYang 1977 . 1 is mapped maximum considered earthquake spectral response acceleration at a period of 1s.Eurocode 8 For impulsive mode For convective mode C s i The Study of Seismic Response on Accelerated Contained Jan 01,2017 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#0183;Figure 15 Comparison of the total mass of the fluid contained in tank as function of the tank slenderness parameter [gamma].H/R 0.3 279 0.5 100 0.7 51 1.0 25 2.0 6 3.0 3 Note Table made from bar graph.Figure 18 Comparison of the total base shear as function of the tank slenderness parameter [gamma].Tank design - powerpoint slides - LinkedIn SlideShareFeb 04,2016 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#0183;The standard applies to the following tanks Tanks with internal pressures greater than 3.4kPa (ga) (0.5 psig) but not greater than 103kPa (ga) (15 psig) Tanks with metal temperatures from -168 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#176;C to +120 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#176;C (-270 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#176;F and +250 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#176;F) Tanks that are large enough to require field Erection Tanks that store liquid or gaseous petroleum

Steel Tank Structures - SEANM - MAFIADOC.COM

Earthquake Loads Convective spectral acceleration Reference API 650 Section E.4.6.2.Q 2/3 to 1.0.I importance factor.Rwc convective response modification factor.Sa* 5% damped,MCE spectral acceleration at the convective mass period.K factor to adjust spectral acceleration from 5% damping to 0.5% damping.Stability of Cylindrical Oil Storage Tanks During an analyses including static,modal and linear spectral and nonlinear time-history analyses carried out on the oil storage tank and obtained the results.Site-specific spectrum with maximum acceleration of 0.3g as well as site compatible earthquake records are considered as input motions.Finally,it is found that ifSimple Procedure for Seismic Analysis of Liquid-StorageJan 17,1994 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#0183;pulsive spectral acceleration (obtained from a 2% damped elastic response spectrum for steel and prestressed concrete tanks,or a 5% damped elastic response spectrum for concrete tanks),and S e(T con) the convective spectral acceleration (obtained from a 0.5% damped elastic response spectrum).The overturning moment above the

Seismic intensity measures for aboveground liquid storage

The results reveal combinations of spectral acceleration ordinates as adequate predictors,among which the average spectral acceleration is singled out as the optimal solution.The sole exception is found for the sloshingcontrolled modes of failure,where mainly the convective period spectral acceleration is deemed adequate to represent the Seismic intensity measures for aboveground liquid storage A series of scalar and vector intensity measures is examined to determine their suitability within the seismic risk assessment of liquid storage tanks.Using a surrogate modelling approach on a squatSeismic design of circular liquid-containing N.A.Legatesconvective component oscillations are characterized by the sloshing action whereby the liquid rises above the static level on one side of the tank,and drops below that level on the other.The rigid-body concept,however,does not adequately represent the actual behavior of most large liquid-storage tanks.Work by Haroun,Housner,

Seismic behaviour of cylindrical steel liquid storage tanks

Mar 01,2000 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#0183;This paper presents a review on the behaviour and design guidelines of cylindrical steel liquid storage tanks subjected to earthquake motion.Field observations during past earthquakes are presented and then used together with finite element analyses and published experimental results to assess the accuracy of current design guidelines,with special emphasis on EUROCODE 8 (EC8),Seismic Effect of Height Fluid Filling on Storage Liquid storage cylindrical containers are built for storing a variety of liquids.The seismic behavior of tanks is,however,quite complexproblem .The interaction of tank and liquid can be simplified with the concept of generalized singledegree-of-freedom - systems representing the convectiveSEISMIC FRAGILITY ASSESSMENT OF STEEL LIQUIDliquid storage tanks.The importance of dynamic buckling is acknowledged and the issue of non-sequential damage states is finally revealed.INTRODUCTION Oil Gas products are normally stored in large-capacity atmospheric tanks.Safeguarding the integrity of such industrial facilities against earthquakes is vital not only for maintaining the

SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF LIQUID STORAGE TANKS

Abstract Liquid storage tanks are used in industries for storing chemicals,petroleum products,and for storing water in public water distribution systems.Behavior of liquid storage tanks under earthquake loads has been studied as per Draft code Part II of IS 1893:2002.A FEMSEISMIC ANALYSIS OF LIQUID STORAGE TANKSAbstract Liquid storage tanks are used in industries for storing chemicals,petroleum products,and for storing water in public water distribution systems.Behavior of liquid storage tanks under earthquake loads has been studied as per Draft code Part II of IS 1893:2002.A FEMRelated searches for petroleum storage tanks convective spconvective acceleration fluidconvective acceleration formulalocal vs convective accelerationlocal and convective accelerationSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.

Related searches for petroleum storage tanks convective sp

convective acceleration fluidconvective acceleration formulalocal vs convective accelerationlocal and convective accelerationPrevious123456NextDN TanksConvective Structural Coefficient,R c IBC 2012 1% Probability of Exceedance in 50 Years Seismic Design Category Mapped MCE R,5% Damped,Spectral Response Acceleration Parameter at Short Periods(S S)(% g) Mapped MCE R,5% Damped,Spectral Response Acceleration Parameter at a Period of 1 sec (S 1)(% g)Related searches for petroleum storage tanks convective spconvective acceleration fluidconvective acceleration formulalocal vs convective accelerationlocal and convective acceleration12345NextSeismic intensity measures for aboveground liquid storage The results reveal combinations of spectral acceleration ordinates as adequate predictors,among which the average spectral acceleration is singled out as the optimal solution.The sole exception is found for the sloshingcontrolled modes of failure,where mainly the convective period spectral acceleration is deemed adequate to represent the Proposed Appendix E re-write 04-200425 Rwc Force reduction coefficient for the convective mode using allowable stress design methods 26 S0 Mapped,maximum considered earthquake,5-percent-damped,spectral response acceleration 27 parameter at a period of zero seconds (peak ground acceleration for a rigid structure),%g

Liquid Storage Tanks Seismic Analysis SpringerLink

Aug 06,2014 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#0183;In the above equations,stresses are expressed in [MPa],D is the nominal tank diameter in [m],H is the maximum design product level in [m],t i is the thickness of the shell ring under consideration in [mm],z 1 = H z is the distance from the liquid surface in [m],G is the specific gravity of tank contents,and A I and A C are the impulsive and convective spectral acceleration coefficients inJournal of MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGWhen a tank containing liquid with a free surface is subjected to a horizontal seismic excitation,tank walls and liquid are subjected to a horizontal acceleration.The description of the behaviour of investigated tank-liquid system can be advantageously simplified by division of the contained liquid into two parts impulsive and convective.Journal of MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGWhen a tank containing liquid with a free surface is subjected to a horizontal seismic excitation,tank walls and liquid are subjected to a horizontal acceleration.The description of the behaviour of investigated tank-liquid system can be advantageously simplified by division of the contained liquid into two parts impulsive and convective.

Imperfection-sensitivity of unanchored aboveground open

A numerical analysis is conducted on several unanchored aboveground,open-top,steel,welded,liquid-containing storage tanks with imperfections subjected to seismic forces.Nonlinear material properties,nonlinear geometry deformations,and a flexible soil foundation idealized by a series of elastic springs are employed in order to simulate as-built field conditions of the tank at the time of Fluid damping of cylindrical liquid storage tankspressures as well as the amplitude of the convective fluid motion.If the response spectra method is used to calculate the dynamic response of the tank-liquid-system the spectral acceleration is determined directly by the damping ratios.The damping of the impulsive component isFluid damping of cylindrical liquid storage tanks Sep 17,2015 petroleum storage tanks convective spectral acceleration parameter#0183;The parameter \( C_{1,n} \) consists of contributions from the fluid friction on the tank bottom and the tank wall.Slender storage tanks have only a small part of fluid friction on the tank bottom.This results because the fluid motion is limited to the free surface of the liquid and decays rapidly into the depth of the tank.

Earthquake Induced Sloshing in Tanks with Insufficient Fr

forced concrete tanks.The convective damping is assumed to be 0,5 percent of critical.Impulsive and Convective Responses Th e impulsive spectral acceleration SA (T i) is read from the 2% or 5% damping site response spectrum and the convective spectral acceleration SA (T c) is read from the 0,5% damping site response spectrum ( Fig.4 ).Usual-Design,Construction and Operation of the Floating RoofStorage tanks have been widely used in many industrial particularly in the oil refinery 3.2.8.3 Design Spectral Accelerations 64 .viii 3.2.8.4 Parameter required for Seismic Design 65 3.2.8.5 Effective Weight of Product 69 3.2.8.6 Center of Action for effective Lateral Force 71 DOWNTIME ASSESSMENT OF BASE-ISOLATED LIQUIDA 160,000m3 liquid storage tank is adopted as a case study,for which two designs are assessed,one with and one without base isolation.Using a nonlinear surrogate model and a set of ground motion records selected using the conditional spectrum approach for the average spectral acceleration

DOWNTIME ASSESSMENT OF BASE-ISOLATED LIQUID

A 160,000m3 liquid storage tank is adopted as a case study,for which two designs are assessed,one with and one without base isolation.Using a nonlinear surrogate model and a set of ground motion records selected using the conditional spectrum approach for the average spectral accelerationDN TanksConvective Structural Coefficient,R c IBC 2012 1% Probability of Exceedance in 50 Years Seismic Design Category Mapped MCE R,5% Damped,Spectral Response Acceleration Parameter at Short Periods(S S)(% g) Mapped MCE R,5% Damped,Spectral Response Acceleration Parameter at a Period of 1 sec (S 1)(% g)DIRECT PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN FORcase of liquid storage tanks by adopting design parameters such as the tank wall thickness (pseudo)spectral acceleration spectrum that represents a site hazard with 10% Sloshing response on the other hand is only affected by parameters such as the convective mass of the fluid and the available freeboard,and may be calculated

Cited by 4Publish Year 2018Author Konstantinos Bakalis,Mohsen Kohrangi,Dimitrios VamvatsikosTitle Seismic Assessment of Steel Chemical Storage

Location and site condition of target tank Parameters of design spectral response acceleration Calculate for impulsive and convective (sloshing) modes 1.Natural periods T i and T c 2.Design spectral response acceleration coefficients A i and A c 3.Effective liquid weights W i and W c 4.Heights of center of action of various lateral Cited by 4Publish Year 2018Author Konstantinos Bakalis,Mohsen Kohrangi,Dimitrios VamvatsikosPetroleum Storage and Seismicity A Presentation toAn impulsive spectral acceleration coefficient,A i A compulsive spectral acceleration coefficient,A c R factor to ensure that the design will perform in inelastic behavior Equivalent lateral seismic design forces are then determined by F = A W eff The equivalent lateral seismic design forces are applied to the tanks as shears F i = A i (W s + W r + W f + W i) FChapter 14 NONBUILDING STRUCTURE DESIGN2003 Provisions,Chapter 14 236 kh Horizontal ground acceleration (as used in the design of buried tanks and vessels).L Inside length of a rectangular tank,parallel to the direction of the earthquake force being investigated.M Overturning moment.Nh Hydrodynamic hoop force in the wall of a cylindrical tank or vessel R See Sec.4.1.4.Rp See Sec.6.1.4.

Chapter 14 NONBUILDING STRUCTURE DESIGN

2003 Provisions,Chapter 14 236 kh Horizontal ground acceleration (as used in the design of buried tanks and vessels).L Inside length of a rectangular tank,parallel to the direction of the earthquake force being investigated.M Overturning moment.Nh Hydrodynamic hoop force in the wall of a cylindrical tank or vessel R See Sec.4.1.4.Rp See Sec.6.1.4.(PDF) Design of a Floating Roof Crude Oil Storage Tank of Illustrates Fire Protection system for a Floating Roof Storage Tank [NFPA 11,2005] 3.21.Fabricated Prototype Liquid Flow Regulatory Tank A prototype of the above designed floating roof crude oil

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