Pressure Vessel Handbook, 14th edition ; [ Eugene F. Megyesy ]; 2008 ; ( ISBN: 978-0-914458-24-1 ) ; 511 Pages / Hardcover

The Pressure Vessel Handbook covers design and construction methods of pressure vessels made of carbon steel. This 14th edition provides an update to the definitive manual for the maker and user of pressure vessels as well as designers, drafters, inspectors and estimators. Reflecting the continuous revisions of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 1, as well as ANSI standards, API specifications, piping codes, and pressure vessel laws, this book is an entire library of material presented in a clean, concise manner. Organized for quick reference and complete with step-by-step examples, 460 illustrations, multiple tables, chart, formulas and graphs, the text is fully explicit and easy to understand.

“Provides the formulae, technical data, design, and construction methods needed by the designer, layout men & others dealing with pressure vessels. In the past, practicing engineers often had difficulty finding the required data, codes, and solutions that were scattered throughout extensive literature. The author has brought together all of the above material under one cover, in a convenient form.” — Oil & Gas Journal

511 Pages/Hardcover/2008
ISBN : 0-914458-24-8

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