Cryogenic vessels - Large transportable vacuum insulated vessels - Part 2: Design, fabrication, inspection and testing

This European Standard specifies requirements for the design, fabrication, inspection and testing of large transportable vacuum insulated cryogenic vessels of more than 1 000 l volume, which are permanently (fixed tanks) or not permanently (demountable tanks) attached to a vehicle, for carriage by road. However, it can be used for other mode of transport providing the specific regulations/requirements are complied with.
This European Standard applies to large transportable vacuum insulated cryogenic vessels for fluids specified in prEN 13530-1:2001 and does not apply to vessels designed for toxic fluids.
This European Standard does not include the general vehicle requirements e.g. running gear, brakes, lighting etc. that should be in accordance with the relevant standards/regulations.

Kryo-Behälter - Große ortsbewegliche vakuum-isolierte Behälter - Teil 2: Bemessung, Herstellung und Prüfung

Diese Europäische Norm gilt für die Bemessung, Herstellung und Prüfung von großen ortsbeweglichen, vakuum-isolierten Kryo-Behältern mit einem Fassungsraum von mehr als 1000 Liter für festverbundene Tanks (von Tank-oder Schienenfahrzeugen), Aufsetztanks, Tanks von Batterie-Fahrzeugen und Tankcontainern (TC) für tiefgekühlte verflüssigte Gase im Sinne der Regelungen für die Beförderung gefährlicher Güter.
Diese Norm gilt für große ortsbewegliche, vakuum-isolierte Kryo-Behälter mit Fluiden, die in EN 13530-1:2002 festgelegt sind, und sie gilt nicht für giftige Fluide.
Diese Europäische Norm enthält keine allgemeinen Anforderungen an Fahrzeuge wie z. B. an Fahrgestell, Bremsen, Beleuchtung usw., diese müssen mit den relevanten Normen/Gesetzen übereinstimmen.

Récipients cryogéniques - Grands récipients transportables isolés sous vide - Partie 2 : Conception, fabrication, inspection et essais

La présente Norme européenne s'applique a la conception, a la fabrication, aux contrôles et aux essais des grands récipients cryogéniques transportables, isolés sous vide, d'un volume excédant 1 000 l, fixés sur un véhicule de maniere permanente (réservoirs fixes) ou non (réservoirs démontables), pour le transport routier. Elle peut cependant etre utilisée pour d'autres modes de transport a condition que soient respectées les lois et exigences correspondantes.
La présente Norme européenne s'applique aux grands récipients cryogéniques transportables, isolés sous vide, pour les fluides spécifiés dans l'EN 13530-1:2002 et ne s'applique pas a des récipients prévus pour contenir des fluides toxiques.
La présente Norme européenne ne couvre pas les exigences générales relatives aux véhicules, par exemple les organes de roulement, les freins, les feux, etc., qui doivent etre conformes aux normes/reglements correspondants.

Kriogene posode - Velike premične, vakuumsko izolirane posode - 2. del: Načrtovanje, izdelava, nadzor in preskus

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Technical Committee
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6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
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01-Dec-2003
Due Date
01-Dec-2003
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01-Dec-2003

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Kryo-Behälter - Große ortsbewegliche vakuum-isolierte Behälter - Teil 2: Bemessung, Herstellung und PrüfungRécipients cryogéniques - Grands récipients transportables isolés sous vide - Partie 2 : Conception, fabrication, inspection et essaisCryogenic vessels - Large transportable vacuum insulated vessels - Part 2: Design, fabrication, inspection and testing23.020.40Proti mrazu odporne posode (kriogenske posode)Cryogenic vesselsICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 13530-2:2002SIST EN 13530-2:2003en01-december-2003SIST EN 13530-2:2003SLOVENSKI

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EUROPEAN STANDARDNORME EUROPÉENNEEUROPÄISCHE NORMEN 13530-2September 2002ICS 23.020.40English versionCryogenic vessels - Large transportable vacuum insulatedvessels - Part 2: Design, fabrication, inspection and testingRécipients cryogéniques - Grands récipients transportablesisolés sous vide - Partie 2: Conception, fabrication,contrôles et essaisKryo-Behälter - Große ortsbewegliche, vakuum-isolierteBehälter - Teil 2: Bemessung, Herstellung und PrüfungThis European Standard was approved by CEN on 29 May 2002.CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this EuropeanStandard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such nationalstandards may be obtained on application to the Management Centre or to any CEN member.This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translationunder the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the Management Centre has the same status as the officialversions.CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATIONCOMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATIONEUROPÄISCHES KOMITEE FÜR NORMUNGManagement Centre: rue de Stassart, 36

B-1050 Brussels© 2002 CENAll rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reservedworldwide for CEN national Members.Ref. No. EN 13530-2:2002 ESIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)2ContentspageForeword......................................................................................................................................................................31Scope..............................................................................................................................................................42Normative references....................................................................................................................................43Terms, definitions and symbols...................................................................................................................53.1Terms and definitions....................................................................................................................................53.2Symbols..........................................................................................................................................................64Design.............................................................................................................................................................74.1Design options...............................................................................................................................................74.2Common design requirements.....................................................................................................................84.3Design by calculation..................................................................................................................................135Fabrication....................................................................................................................................................565.1General..........................................................................................................................................................565.2Cutting...........................................................................................................................................................565.3Cold forming.................................................................................................................................................565.4Hot forming...................................................................................................................................................575.5Manufacturing tolerances...........................................................................................................................585.6Welding.........................................................................................................................................................635.7Non-welded joints........................................................................................................................................646Inspection and testing.................................................................................................................................656.1Quality plan...................................................................................................................................................656.2Production control test plates....................................................................................................................666.3Non-destructive testing...............................................................................................................................676.4Rectification..................................................................................................................................................706.5Pressure testing...........................................................................................................................................71Annex A (informative)

Elastic stress analysis........................................................................................................72Annex B (normative)

Additional requirements for 9 % Ni steel............................................................................82Annex C (normative)

Pressure strengthening of vessels from austenitic stainless steels..............................84Annex D (informative)

Specific weld details...........................................................................................................96Annex E (normative)

Increased material property for austenitic stainless steel.............................................101Annex F (informative)

Outer jacket relief devices................................................................................................102Bibliography............................................................................................................................................................104SIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)3ForewordThis document EN 13530-2:2002 has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 268 "Cryogenic vessels",the secretariat of which is held by AFNOR.This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text orby endorsement, at the latest by March 2003, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest byMarch 2003.The European Standard has been submitted for reference into the RID and/or in the technical annexes of the ADR.Therefore the standards listed in the normative references and covering basic requirements of the RID/ADR notaddressed within the present standard are normative only when the standards themselves are referred to in theRID and/or in the technical annexes of the ADR.EN 13530 consists of the following parts under the general title, Cryogenic vessels – Large transportable vacuuminsulated vessels:¾ Part 1: Fundamental requirements¾ Part 2: Design, fabrication, inspection and testing¾ Part 3: Operational requirementsThe annexes A, D and F are informative, the annexes B, C and E are normative.According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the followingcountries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain,Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.SIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)41 ScopeThis European Standard specifies requirements for the design, fabrication, inspection and testing of largetransportable vacuum insulated cryogenic vessels of more than 1 000 l volume, which are permanently (fixedtanks) or not permanently (demountable tanks) attached to a vehicle, for carriage by road. However, it can be usedfor other mode of transport providing the specific regulations/requirements are complied with.This European Standard applies to large transportable vacuum insulated cryogenic vessels for fluids specified inEN 13530-1:2002 and does not apply to vessels designed for toxic fluids.This European Standard does not include the general vehicle requirements e.g. running gear, brakes, lighting etc.that should be in accordance with the relevant standards/regulations.2 Normative referencesThis European Standard incorporates by dated or undated reference, provisions from other publications. Thesenormative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text, and the publications are listed hereafter. Fordated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this EuropeanStandard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references the latest edition of thepublication referred to applies (including amendments).EN 287-1:1992, Approval testing of welders - Fusion welding - Part 1: Steels.EN 287-2:1992, Approval testing of welders - Fusion welding - Part 2: Aluminium and aluminium alloys.EN 288-3:1992, Specification and approval of welding procedures for metallic materials - Part 3: Welding proceduretests for the arc welding of steels.EN 288-4:1992, Specification and approval of welding procedures for metallic materials - Part 4: Welding proceduretests for the arc welding of aluminium and its alloys.EN 288-8:1992, Specification and approval of welding procedures for metallic materials - Part 8: Approval by a pre-production welding test.EN 473:2000, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles.EN 875:1995, Destructive tests on welds in metallic materials - Impact tests - Test specimen location, notchorientation and examination.EN 895:1995, Destructive tests on welds in metallic materials - Transverse tensile test.EN 910:1996, Destructive tests on welds in metallic materials – Bend tests.EN 1252-1:1998, Cryogenic vessels - Materials - Part 1: Toughness requirements for temperatures below -80 °C.EN 1252-2:2001, Cryogenic vessels - Materials - Part 2: Toughness requirements for temperatures between–80 °C and –20 °C.EN 1418:1997, Welding personnel – Approval testing of welding operators for fusion welding and resistance weldsetters for fully mechanised and automatic welding of metallic materials.EN 1435:1997, Non-destructive examination of weld – Radiographic examination of welded joints.EN 1626:1999, Cryogenic vessels - Valves for cryogenic service.EN 1797:2001, Cryogenic vessels - Gas/material compatibility.SIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)5EN 10028-4:1994, Flat products made of steels for pressure purposes – Part 4: Nickel alloy steels with specifiedlow temperature properties.EN 10028-7:2000, Flat products made of steels for pressure purposes - Part 7: Stainless Steels.EN 12300:1998, Cryogenic vessels - Cleanliness for cryogenic service.EN ISO 6520-1:1998, Welding and allied processes - Classification of geometrical imperfections in metallicmaterials – Part 1: Fusion welding (ISO 6520-1:1998).EN 13068-3:2001, Non-destructive testing – Radioscopic testing – Part 3: General principles of radioscopic testingof metallic materials by X– and gamma rays.prEN 13445-3:1999, Unfired pressure vessels – Part 3: Design.EN 13530-1:2002, Cryogenic vessels - Large vacuum insulated vessels - Part 1: Fundamental requirements.prEN 13648-3:2001, Cryogenic vessels – Safety devices for protection against excessive pressure – Part 3:Determination of required discharge capacity and sizing for relief devices.ISO 1106-1:1984, Recommended practice for radiographic examination of fusion welded joints - Part 1: Fusionwelded butt joints in steel plates up to 50 mm thick.3 Terms, definitions and symbolsFor the purposes of this European Standard, the following terms, definitions and symbols apply.3.1 Terms and definitionsFor the purposes of this European Standard, the following terms and definitions apply in addition to those given inpart 1 of this standard.3.1.1large transportable vacuum insulated vesselvessel of more than 1 000 l volume intended for one or more cryogenic fluids, consisting of an inner vessel, anouter jacket, all of the valves and accessories and additional framework3.1.2fixed tank (tank vehicle)large transportable vessel permanently attached to a vehicle or to units of running gear used in its stead3.1.3demountable tanklarge transportable vessel non permanently attached to a vehicle. When attached to the carrier vehicle, thedemountable tank meets the requirements prescribed for a fixed tank. It is designed to be lifted only when empty3.1.4inner vesselpressure vessel proper intended to contain the cryogenic fluid3.1.5outer jacketgas-tight enclosure which contains the inner vessel and enables a vacuum to be established3.1.6automatic weldingwelding in which the parameters are automatically controlled. Some of these parameters may be adjusted to alimited extent, either manually or automatically, during welding to maintain the specified welding conditionsSIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)63.1.7maximum allowable pressure, psmaximum pressure for which the equipment is designed, as specified by the manufacturer, defined at a locationspecified by the manufacturer, being the location of connection of protecting or limited devices or the top of theequipment3.1.8relief plate/plugplate or plug retained by atmospheric pressure only which allows relief of excess internal pressure3.1.9bursting disc devicenon-reclosing pressure relief device ruptured by differential pressure. It is the complete assembly of installedcomponents including where appropriate the bursting disc holder3.2 SymbolsFor the purposes of this European Standard, the following symbols apply.callowance for corrosionmmdidiameter of openingmmdaoutside diameter of tube or nozzlemmfnarrow side of rectangular or elliptical platemmlb, l’bbuckling lengthmmnnumber of lobes-pdesign pressure as defined in 4.3.2.2barpeallowable external pressure limited by elastic bucklingbarpkstrengthening pressurebarppallowable external pressure limited by plastic deformationbarpTpressure test (see 4.2.3.2)barrradius e.g. inside knuckle radius of dished end and conesmmsminimum thicknessmmseactual wall thicknessmmvfactor indicative of the utilisation of the permissible design stress in jointsor factor allowing for weakenings-x(decay-length zone) distance over which governing stress is assumed to actmmAcross sectional area of reinforcing elementmm2C, bdesign factors-Dshell diametermmSIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)7Daoutside diameter e.g. of a cylindrical shellmmDiinternal diameter e.g. of a cylindrical shellmmEYoung’s modulusN/mm2Imoment of inertia of reinforcing elementmm4Reapparent yield stress or 0,2 % proof stress (1 % proof stress for austenitic steel)N/mm2Rmminimum tensile strength (actual or guaranteed)N/mm2Kmaterial property used for designN/mm2Rradius of curvature e.g. inside crown radius of dished endmmSsafety factor at design pressure, in relation with Re-Sksafety factor against elastic buckling at design pressure-Spsafety factor against plastic deformation-Zauxiliary value-vPoisson’s ratio-uout of roundness-4 Design4.1 Design options4.1.1 GeneralThe design shall be carried out in accordance with one of the options given in 4.1.2, 4.1.3 or 4.1.4.Metallic materials used at cryogenic temperatures shall meet the requirements of the relevant sections ofEN 1252-1:1998 or EN 1252-2:2001.In the case of 9 % Ni steel, the additional requirements of annex B shall be satisfied.4.1.2 Design by calculationCalculation of all pressure and load bearing components shall be carried out. The pressure part thicknesses of theinner vessel and outer jacket shall not be less than required by 4.3. Additional calculations may be required toensure the design is satisfactory for the operating conditions including an allowance for dynamic loads.4.1.3 Design by calculation and pressure strengtheningThe pressure retaining capability of inner vessels manufactured from austenitic stainless steel, strengthened bypressure, shall be calculated in accordance with annex C.SIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)84.1.4 Design by calculation supplemented with experimental methodsWhere it is not possible to design by calculation alone planned and controlled experimental means may be usedproviding that the results confirm the safety factors required in 4.3. An example would be the application of straingauges to assess stress levels.4.2 Common design requirements4.2.1 GeneralThe requirements of 4.2.2 to 4.2.7 are applicable to all vessels irrespective of the design option used.In the event of an increase in at least one of the following parameters:¾ maximum allowable pressure;¾ specific mass (density) of the densest gas for which the vessel is designed;¾ maximum tare weight of the inner vessel;¾ nominal length and/or diameter of the inner shell;or, in the event of any change relative:¾ to the type of material or grade (e.g. stainless steel to aluminium);¾ to the fundamental shape;¾ to the decrease in the minimum mechanical properties of the material being used;¾ to the modification of the design of an assembly method concerning any part under stress, particularly as faras the support systems between the inner vessel and the outer jacket or the inner vessel itself or the protectiveframe, if any, are concerned;the initial design programme shall be repeated to take account of these modifications.4.2.2 Design specificationTo enable the design to be prepared the following information which defines a vessel type shall be available:¾ maximum allowable pressure;¾ fluids intended to be used;¾ liquid capacity;¾ dimensions and allowable weight, taking characteristics of the vehicle into account;¾ location of fastening points and loads allowable on these points;¾ filling and emptying rate;¾ range of ambient temperature, if differing from 7.2 of EN 13530-1:2002.A design document in the form of drawings with text if any shall be prepared, it shall contain the information givenabove plus the following where applicable:SIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)9¾ definition of which components are designed by calculation, by pressure strengthening, by experiment and bysatisfactory in service experience;¾ drawings with dimensions and thicknesses of load bearing components;¾ specification of all load bearing materials including grade, class, temper, testing etc. as relevant;¾ type of material test certificates;¾ location and details of welds and other joints, welding and other joining procedures, filler, joining materials etc.as relevant;¾ calculations to verify compliance with this standard;¾ design test programme;¾ non destructive testing requirements;¾ pressure test requirements;¾ piping configuration including type, size and location of all valves and relief devices;¾ details of fastenings.4.2.3 Design loads4.2.3.1 GeneralThe large transportable cryogenic vessel shall be able to withstand safely the mechanical and thermal loadsencountered during pressure test and normal operation.In considering design loads during transport, static loads shall be substituted for static plus dynamic loads. Thestatic loads used shall be as follows:¾ in the direction of travel : twice the total mass;¾ at right angles to the direction of travel : the total mass;¾ vertically upwards: the total mass;¾ vertically downwards: twice the total mass.Each of these loads is considered to act in isolation and includes the mass of the component under consideration.4.2.3.2 Inner vesselWith the exception of a) the following loads shall be considered to act in combination where relevant:a) test pressure : the value used for validation purposes shall be:()bar13,1sT+³pp(1)considered for each element of the vessel e.g. shell, courses, head, etc.ps is the maximum allowable pressure, in bar.The 1 bar is added to allow for the external vacuum.SIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)10The inner vessel shall be capable of holding the pressure test fluid without plastic deformation.The minimum test pressure shall be 3 bar.b) pressure during operation, pC, where:bar1LsC++=ppp(2)pL is the pressure, in bar, exerted by the mass of the liquid contents when the vessel is filled to capacityand subject to each load defined in 4.2.3.1, with either:1) boiling liquid at atmospheric pressure; or2) cryogenic fluid at its equilibrium triple point or melting point temperature at atmospheric pressure;c) reaction at the support points of the inner vessel due to the mass of the inner vessel and its contents whensubject to each of the loads defined in 4.2.3.1;d) load imposed by the piping due to the differential thermal movement of the inner vessel, the piping and theouter jacket.The following cases shall be considered:¾ cooldown (inner vessel warm - piping cold);¾ filling and withdrawal(inner vessel cold - piping cold); and¾ transport and storage(inner vessel cold - piping warm);e) load imposed on the inner vessel at its support points when cooling from ambient to operating temperature andduring operation.4.2.3.3 Outer jacketThe following loads shall be considered to act in combination where relevant:a) an external pressure of 1 bar;b) an internal pressure equal to the set pressure of the outer jacket pressure relief device;c) load imposed by the inner vessel and its contents at the support points in the outer jacket when subject to eachof the loads in 4.2.3.1;d) load imposed by piping as defined in 4.2.3.2 d);e) load imposed at the inner vessel support points in the outer jacket when the inner vessel cools from ambient tooperating temperature and during operation;f) reactions at the outer jacket fastening points due to the mass of the transportable cryogenic vessel and itscontents when filled to capacity and subject to each dynamic load.4.2.3.4 Self supporting vesselsIn the case of vehicles in which the inner vessel and possibly the outer jacket constitute stressed self-supportingmembers of the vehicle, these shall be designed to withstand the stresses thus imposed in addition to stressesfrom other sources, (see 4.2.3.2 c) and 4.2.3.3 f)).SIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)114.2.3.5 Inner vessel supportsThe inner vessel supports shall be suitable for each load defined in 4.2.3.2 c) plus loads due to differential thermalmovements.4.2.3.6 Surge platesThe inner vessel shall be divided by surge plates to provide stability and limit dynamic loads to the requirements of4.2.3, unless it is to be filled equal to or more than 80 % of its capacity or nominally empty. The cross sectionalarea of the surge plate shall be at least 70 % of that of the vessel.Current experience with surge plates limiting the capacity to 7 500 l has been shown to meet these requirements.Surge plates and their attachments to the shell shall be designed to resist the stresses caused by a pressureevenly distributed across the area of the surge plate. The pressure is calculated by considering the mass of liquidbetween the plates decelerating at 2 g (4.2.3).4.2.3.7 Outer jacket supportsThe outer jacket supports shall be suitable for the load defined in 4.2.3.3.4.2.3.8 Fastening pointsFastening points shall be suitable for fastening the large transportable cryogenic vessel to the vehicle when filled tocapacity and subject to each of the loads defined in 4.2.3.4.2.3.9 Protection of upper fittingsThe fittings and accessories mounted on the upper part of the vessel shall be protected in such a way that damagecaused by overturning cannot impair operational integrity. This protection may take the form of strengthening rings,protective canopies or transverse or longitudinal members so shaped that effective protection is given.4.2.3.10 StabilityThe overall width of the ground-level bearing surface (distance between the outer points of contact with the groundof the right-hand tyre and the left-hand tyre of the same axle) shall be at least equal to 90 % of the height of thecentre of gravity of the fully laden tank-vehicle. In an articulated vehicle the mass on the axles of the load-carryingunit of the laden semi-trailer shall not exceed 60 % of the nominal total laden mass of the complete articulatedvehicle.4.2.3.11 Piping and valvesPiping including valves, fittings and supports shall withstand the following loads. With the exception of a) the loadsshall be considered to act in combination where relevant.a) pneumatic pressure test : not less than the allowable working pressure pS plus 1 bar for piping inside thevacuum jacket;b) pressure during operation : not less than the set pressure of the system pressure relief device;c) thermal loads defined in 4.2.3.2 d);d) dynamic loads;e) set pressure of thermal relief devices where applicable;f) loads generated during pressure relief discharge.SIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)12This equipment shall be protected or positioned so as to be protected against the risk of being wrenched off ordamaged during transport.In the particular case of liquid hydrogen the possibility of air condensing on uninsulated cold parts shall beconsidered.The leakproofness of this equipment shall be ensured in the event of overturning of the vehicle. The gaskets shallbe made of a material compatible with the fluid carried, in accordance with EN 1797:2001.Each bottom-filling or bottom-discharge opening shall be provided with at least two independent shut-off devices inseries, the first being a stop valve situated as close as possible to the outer jacket and provided with protectionagainst mechanical damage at least equal to that afforded by the outer jacket.In order to prevent leaks of flammable fluids the first stop valve shall be an instant-closing safety device whichcloses automatically in the event of an unintended movement of the vehicle or of fire during the filling/emptyingoperation. It shall also be possible to operate the closing device by remote control. All vent pipes including pressurerelief devices and purge valves shall be connected to a vent pipe allowing safe discharge. The control cabinet shallbe vented so that flammable gas cannot accumulate therein.4.2.4 FatigueThe design shall take into account the effect of cyclic stress on the inner vessel, outer jacket and their attachmentsduring normal conditions of operation.When considering the case of fatigue, the common requirement of dimensioning with loads according to 4.2.3 shallbe such as to accommodate the effects of fatigue. Particular attention may be necessary to specific details in thesupports and piping systems to avoid stress raisers.4.2.5 Corrosion allowanceCorrosion allowance is not required on surfaces in contact with the operating fluid. Corrosion allowance is notrequired on other surfaces if they are adequately protected against corrosion.4.2.6 Inspection openingsInspection openings are not required in the inner vessel or the outer jacket, providing the requirements ofprEN 13530–3:— are followed.NOTE 1Due to the combination of materials of construction and operating fluids, internal corrosion connot occur.NOTE 2The inner vessel is inside the evacuated outer jacket and hence external corrosion of the inner vessel connot occur.NOTE 3The elimination of inspection openings also assists in maintaining the integrity of the vacuum in the interspace.4.2.7 Pressure reliefRelief systems shall be designed to meet the requirements given in 4.2.7.1 to 4.2.7.3:4.2.7.1 Inner vesselThe inner vessel shall be provided with not less than two independent pressure relief devices at least one of whichshall be a relief valve, and shall open at no more than ps. The devices may be mounted on a common line.A device shall protect the vessel against excess pressure due to:normal heat leak, and the devices acting together shall protect the vessel against excess pressure due to;a) heat leak with loss of vacuum; orSIST EN 13530-2:2003

EN 13530-2:2002 (E)13b) heat leak, without loss of vacuum, and the pressure build up system being in the open position.Excess pressure means a pressure in excess of 110 % of the maximum allowable pressure for condition a) and inexcess of the test pressure for condition b) and in excess of the test pressure, minus 1 bar, for condition c).Relief devices for the inner vessel shall be in accordance with prEN 13648-3:2001 for calculation of sizing.The pressure relief system shall be sized so that the pressure drop during discharge does not cause the valve toreseat instantly.4.2.7.2 Outer jacketRelief devices for the outer jacket shall be in accordance with annex F.A pressure relief device shall be fitted to the outer jacket. The device shall be set to open at a pressure whichprevents collapse of the inner vessel and is not more than 0,

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