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EN 13445-3:2009
Unfired pressure vessels - Part 3: Design.

Classification: 23.020.30 Gas pressure vessels, gas cylinders (see also 27.060.30 and 77.140.30)
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Short description: The harmonised standard under the PED Directive 97/23/EC.
This part of the standard gives the rules to be used for design and calculation under internal and/or external pressure (as applicable), local loads and actions other than pressure. The rules provided are both design by formulae (DBF), design by analysis (DBA) and design by experiment (DBE).
The part also sets the requirements for when fatigue analysis must be performed and the rules to be followed when this is the case.

Normative references:
Other related standards: EN 13445-3:2002
Referenced in standards: Close the list
API Std 610:2003, API Std 610:2004, API Std 682:2004, EN 12542:2002, EN 14075:2002, EN 1473:2007, ISO 13709:2003, ISO 13709:2009, ISO 13710:2004, ISO 21049:2004

Reference number: 0
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Revision and voting programme:
  10.20/NWIP 20.20/WD 30.20/CD 40.20/DIS 50.20/FDIS 60.60/IS
planned start            
actual start            
actual end           2009-12-18

Comments: 1) Revsion of EN 13445-3:2002.
2) EN 13445 help desk: http://www.unm.fr/en/general/en13445.
3) According to the R&D of CEOC: for at least the same safety level the European standard EN 13445 enables in many cases a more cost-effective production of pressure equipment than the ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code.
4) DEP 31.22.11.32:- is the corporate adoption of this standard by Shell.

Products manufactured in conformance with this standard:

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Information updated on: 2013-10-09


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