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#13664 - 10/16/07 05:34 PM S.I.F and Tees Type 7 to Type 17
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Sir Richard,

Good Day!!!
I have a question regarding Intersection Types in page 10 of Quick Refference Guide. There are 17 Types in the drop down menu in SIF&Tee's and the first 6 is explained in there. I was wondering about when to use the option 7 to 17 and why is it omited?, Do you have notes just like page 10 for option 7 to 17?
Please help me!
Thank You and Best Regards!


Edited by bom (10/16/07 10:20 PM)
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#13677 - 10/17/07 07:45 AM Re: S.I.F and Tees Type 7 to Type 17 [Re: bom]
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Types 7 through 13 are two-way connections, not tees. I think they are self-explanatory, no? Types 14-16 are Bonney Forge Tees and as such have SIFs determined by Bonney Forge, not any particular code. Type 17 is only used with the IGE/TD-12 piping code.
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#13695 - 10/17/07 05:06 PM Re: S.I.F and Tees Type 7 to Type 17 [Re: Loren Brown]
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Thank you sir Loren... now I understand.
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#15530 - 01/27/08 08:48 PM Re: S.I.F and Tees Type 7 to Type 17 [Re: Loren Brown]
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Sir Loren,

In the 7-13 types of connections does it also apply in non parallel lines? if not can you give an advice rather than using the FEA?

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#39611 - 12/17/10 12:10 AM Re: S.I.F and Tees Type 7 to Type 17 [Re: Loren Brown]
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I would humbly suggest that this information be included in the tech ref manual.

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#39619 - 12/17/10 02:57 AM Re: S.I.F and Tees Type 7 to Type 17 [Re: MPB]
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Dear Loren,
Could i use 17 to a split tee connection ?
Because spli tee that usualy i found is a Full encirclement Sleeve (with longitudinal weld & Circumferential weld) and also a Full Encirclement Saddle.
If i can't use SIF & Tee Type 17, what would be a conservative way to describe split tee in CAESAR II?
Thanks.

TS
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#39794 - 12/29/10 03:40 AM Re: S.I.F and Tees Type 7 to Type 17 [Re: Tengku_Syahdilan]
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Dear Loren,

I found it that using Tee Type 17 will be conservative to describe a SPLIT TEE (Hot Tapping Fitting) connection.
and to check the local stress we can use FE software such as FE/Pipe by Paulin Research Group.


Thanks

TS
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