Tight Bolted Joints using EN 1591 Design Method
Design bolted flange joints according to the tightness level requirement by applying the theoretical and practical (case studies) knowledge of the European calculation standard series EN 1591
Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to:
- Explain the gasket parameters measurements as specified in EN 13555,
- Understand and apply the calculations developed in EN 1591,
- Design bolted flange joints in accordance with EN 1591
Mechanical engineering background.
Alternating theory and practice through exercises and case studies using a dedicated software. Please bring along a scientific calculator.
Who should attend:
Engineers working in the field of pressure vessel and piping design, gaskets manufacturers, plant operators and maintenance.
- EN 1591-1 Design Method and Associated Standards Presentation
- Introduction to EN 1591-1
- EN 1591-1 Design Method
- Hypothesis and principle
- Consideration for different bolted joint components such as flange, bolts and gaskets
- Consideration for different loadings such as pressure, differential thermal expansions, external loads etc.
- Calculation Algorithm
- Design to meet tightness requirements such as gasket effective surface and initial required tightening force for the bolt and tightening range definition regarding the tightening tool dispersion
- Mechanical integrity checks for the bolted flange joints and Load ratio calculation
- Comparison of EN 1591-1 versus Taylor Forge
- CAP1591 CETIM Software
- Case studies using CAP 1591 Software
- Introduction to the Gaskets Parameters used in EN 1591-1
- EN 13555: Test procedure for EN 1591-1 gasket parameters determination
- EN 1591-2: Tabulated values of generic gasket data
- Other sources of gaskets data
- Application and Case Studies using CAP1591 CETIM Software
This course will be carried out by Stephane Javanaud.
Graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieur d’Ingénieurs de Bretagne Sud (ENSIBS), France in 2016
Experience in the field of bolted flange joints, elastomeric seals and Finite Element Analysis.
Areas of Expertises
Engineer in the sealing technologies Cetim’s Lab since 2016.
Gasket testing: definition of test procedures for gasket characterization and qualification for gasket manufacturers and end-users in the field of Oil & Gas, Nuclear and chemical industry
Bolted flange connection calculation:
Training for industry on bolted flange joints and EN1591 calculation method
Materials and Design volume 156 (2018): Temperature-dependent modelling of a HNBR O-ring seal above and below the glass transition temperature. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2018.06.016).
ASME PVP 2018: Flange Gasket Behavior Characterization for Service in Arctic Environment (PVP2018-84284).
CLASSROOM TRAINING REGISTRATION FORM
L 67: Tight Bolted Joints using EN 1591 Design Method
3 Seletar Aerospace Link, Singapore 797550
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