Round Industrial Duct Construction Standards

Round Industrial Duct Construction Standards

SMACNA

Description

The American National Standard (ANSI/SMACNA 005-2013) expands the scope of the 1999 version, updating the duct materials to include aluminized steel, temperature correction factors for round industrial and minimum decimal thickness for aluminum duct selection tables.

This publication offers a standardized, engineered basis for design and construction of industrial ducts of Classes 1 to 5 air. Includes a spiral duct chapter for Classes 1 and 2 air that covers design pressures ranging from 30 in. wg negative to 50 in. wg positive, plus carbon and galvanized steel tables.

Expanded tables for stainless steel and aluminum, expanded tables for duct sizes up to 96 in. diameter, introduction of a new Duct Class 5 for systems handling corrosives and spiral lockseam pipe.

Details

Topic
Technical Manuals, Technical Standards, Industrial Duct Construction Standards
Media Type
Book
Publication Year
2013
Page Count
660
Edition
Third

Table of Contents

Halftitle page
a1
Title page
i
Copyright page
ii
FOREWORD
iii
ROUND INDUSTRIAL DUCT CONSTRUCTION TASK FORCE
v
FORMER COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS
v
NOTICE TO USERS OF THIS PUBLICATION
vi
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ix
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
xv
1.1 SCOPE
1.1
1.2 PURPOSE
1.1
1.3 DEVELOPMENT OF THE THIRD EDITION
1.1
1.4 INDUSTRIAL DUCT DESIGN AVENUES
1.2
1.5 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
1.2
1.6 MANUAL CONTENTS
1.3
CHAPTER 2 INDUSTRIAL DUCT APPLICATIONS
1.5
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2.1
2.2 DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL DUCT
2.1
2.3 DUCT SYSTEM CLASSIFICATION
2.1
2.4 MATERIAL (PARTICULATE) CHARACTERISTICS AND CLASSES
2.2
CHAPTER 3 DUCT MATERIALS
2.11
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.1
3.2 MATERIAL TYPES
3.1
3.3 HOT–ROLLED (CARBON) STEEL DATA
3.3
3.4 COLD–ROLLED (CARBON) STEEL DATA
3.4
3.5 COATED CARBON STEEL (GALVANIZED AND ALUMINIZED)
3.5
3.6 STAINLESS STEEL DATA
3.8
3.7 ALUMINUM DATA
3.12
3.8 MATERIAL PROPERTIES SUMMARY
3.14
3.9 CORROSION
3.16
CHAPTER 4 DESIGN CRITERIA
3.19
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.1
4.2 GENERAL PROVISIONS
4.1
4.3 NOMENCLATURE
4.1
4.4 LOADS
4.3
4.5 LIMITS AND TOLERANCES
4.5
4.6 SERVICEABILITY AND DURABILITY
4.5
4.7 STRENGTH PROVISIONS – DESIGN BASIS
4.6
4.8 DESIGN OF CIRCUMFERENTIAL STIFFENERS
4.7
4.9 CONNECTIONS
4.8
4.10 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS
4.9
4.11 THERMAL EXPANSION
4.9
CHAPTER 5 COMMENTARY
4.15
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.1
5.2 LOADS
5.1
5.3 LIMITS AND TOLERANCES
5.4
5.4 SERVICEABILITY AND DURABILITY
5.4
5.5 STRENGTH PROVISIONS DESIGN BASIS
5.5
5.6 DESIGN OF CIRCUMFERENTIAL STIFFENERS
5.8
5.7 CONNECTIONS
5.9
5.8 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS
5.11
5.9 THERMAL EXPANSION
5.11
CHAPTER 6 FLOW CHARTS
5.13
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.1
6.2 COMMENTARY
6.1
6.3 ASSUMPTIONS
6.1
6.4 FLOW CHARTS
6.1
CHAPTER 7 ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES
6.11
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.1
7.2 COMMENTARY
7.1
7.3 NOMENCLATURE
7.1
EXAMPLE 7–1. COMPLEX LOAD COMBINATIONS
7.5
EXAMPLE 7–2. HIGH TEMPERATURE APPLICATION
7.13
EXAMPLE 7–3. MODERATE TEMPERATURE (ALUMINUM) APPLICATION
7.20
EXAMPLE 7–4. (CARBON STEEL) DUCT RISER IN AN OUTDOOR APPLICATION
7.27
CHAPTER 8 DUCT SELECTION TABLES CARBON AND COATED STEELS
7.37
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.1
8.2 USE OF THE TABLES
8.3
EXAMPLE 8−1. MODIFYING PARTICULATE DENSITY TO ACCOUNT FOR INSULATION AND CLADDING GRAVITY LOADS
8.25
EXAMPLE 8–2. TYPICAL CARBON STEEL DUCT SELECTION
8.54
EXAMPLE 8–3. TYPICAL GALVANIZED STEEL DUCT SELECTION
8.54
EXAMPLE 8–4. TYPICAL GALVANIZED STEEL DUCT SELECTION FOR A POSITIVE PRESSURE APPLICATION
8.55
CHAPTER 9 DUCT SELECTION TABLES STAINLESS STEEL
8.57
9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.1
9.2 USE OF THE TABLES
9.3
EXAMPLE 9–1. CLASS 5, STAINLESS STEEL DUCT CONVEYING CORROSIVE FUMES AT MODERATE TEMPERATURE
9.34
EXAMPLE 9–2. CLASS 1, STAINLESS STEEL DUCT FOR PROCESS EXHAUST AT HIGH TEMPERATURE
9.35
EXAMPLE 9–3. CLASS 5, STAINLESS STEEL DUCT CONVEYING CORROSIVES UNDER POSITIVE PRESSURE
9.36
CHAPTER 10 DUCT SELECTION TABLES ALUMINUM
i
10.1 INTRODUCTION
10.1
10.2 USE OF THE TABLES
10.3
EXAMPLE 10-1. TYPICAL ALUMINUM DUCT SELECTION FOR A CLASS 1 APPLICATION
10.34
EXAMPLE 10-2. TYPICAL ALUMINUM DUCT SELECTION FOR A CLASS 1 APPLICATION UNDER POSITIVE PRESSURE
10.35
CHAPTER 11 SELECTION TABLES SPIRAL LOCKSEAM PIPE
10.37
11.1 INTRODUCTION
11.1
11.2 COMMENTARY
11.3
11.3 DESIGN CRITERIA FOR SPIRAL DUCTS
11.4
11.4 USE GUIDELINES
11.5
11.5 SPIRAL PIPE – CARBON AND COATED STEELS
11.7
11.6 SPIRAL PIPE – STAINLESS STEEL
11.30
11.7 SPIRAL PIPE – ALUMINUM
11.42
11.8 POSITIVE PRESSURE SYSTEMS
11.54
11.9 COMMENTARY ON STIFFENERS AND FLANGES
11.55
CHAPTER 12 STIFFENERS, FLANGES, AND FASTENERS
11.61
12.1 INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE
12.1
12.2 SELECTION OF STIFFENERS
12.1
12.3 SELECTION OF CONNECTING FLANGES
12.28
12.4 SELECTION OF BOLTS FOR CONNECTING DUCT
12.59
12.5 GASKETS, CAULKING, AND JOINT SEALANTS
12.82
CHAPTER 13 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS
1
13.1 INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE
13.1
13.2 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS COMMENTARY
13.1
13.3 GENERAL GUIDELINES
13.1
13.4 METHODS FOR HANGING AND SUPPORTING DUCT
13.2
13.5 DUCT HANGERS AND SUPPORTS
13.2
CHAPTER 14 WELDING
13.91
14.1 INTRODUCTION
14.1
14.2 WELDED JOINT ACCEPTED INDUSTRY PRACTICE
14.1
14.3 WELDED JOINT CONSIDERATIONS
14.1
14.4 WELDING PROCEDURES
14.5
14.5 WELDING SYMBOLS
14.13
CHAPTER 15 ACCEPTED INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES
14.19
15.1 INTRODUCTION
15.1
15.2 ROUND PIPE COMMON SEAMS AND JOINTS
15.1
15.3 FABRICATION TOLERANCES
15.1
15.4 FITTINGS
15.9
15.5 STACKS
15.15
15.6 STACK SAMPLING FACILITIES
15.23
15.7 CLEANOUT DOORS/ACCESS OPENINGS
15.26
15.8 DAMPERS AND GATES
15.30
15.9 CONNECTIONS AND EXPANSION JOINTS
15.30
15.10 FAN INLET AND OUTLET CONDITIONS
15.39
CHAPTER 16 GUIDE SPECIFICATION
1
16.1 INTRODUCTION
16.1
16.2 DRAWINGS
16.1
16.3 SEISMIC RESTRAINT PROVISIONS
16.1
16.4 GUIDE SPECIFICATION
16.1
APPENDIX A COMMENTARY ON FORMULA DERIVATIONS AND UNITS
xv
APPENDIX B SUPPLEMENTARY DESIGN DATA
1
APPENDIX C COMMENTARY ON SURFACE PREPARATION TECHNIQUES
xv
APPENDIX D REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
i
APPENDIX E RIDCS SOFTWARE USERS MANUAL
v
GLOSSARY
xix
INDEX
1