Model Code for Steel Chimneys. Revision 1 — December Amendment A — March Commentaries and Appendices. December
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Model Code for Steel Chimneys. Revision 1 — December Amendment A — March Commentaries and Appendices. December Appendix 2 — Insulation, Linings and Protective Coatings. Commentary 1 — Glossary of commonly used words. Commentary 2 — Safety. Commentary 3 — Wind Load.
Insulation Design. Wind Speed. Aluminium Cladding. BasicWind Speed. Mineral Wool or Foam Insulation. Wind Maps. The Gust Factor. Vortex Shedding. Design of Separate Liners. Movements in the second mode. Design of Linings Attached. Continuously to the Shell. Static effects.
Recommended Start-up Procedures. Dynamic effects. Protective and Decorative Treatments. Interference effects. Appendix 3 — Guyed Chimneys. Commentary 4 — Fatigue.
Guyed Chimney expansion. Commentary 5 — Openings. Guyed Chimney calculations. Commentary 6 — Chemical Effects and Internal Corrosion. Guy Ropes. Chemical Effects. Appendix 4 — Access Ladders. Attack Due to Sulphur Oxides.
Effects of Flue Gas Desuphurisation. Attack Due to Chlorine, Chlorides. Internal Corrosion. Selection of materials. Appendix 1 — Base Plate Design. Safety Hoops. Simple base plates.
Rest Platforms and Landings. Base plates with gussets. Attachment to Chimney. Baseplates with gussets and compression rings. Access Hooks. CICIND is not, nor are any of its members, to be held responsible for any failure alleged or proved to be due to adherence to recommendations or acceptance of information published by the association in a Model Code or in any other way.
This is now expanded by the publication of the Commentaries and Appendixes to this Model Code. The Intention of this volume is to explain the reasons behind the principles set out in the Model Code.
It is divided into two parts. The Commentaries cover the theoretical derivation of the formulae and the principles used in the Model Code. The Appendices relate to more practical considerations. Access door 2. Aerodynamic stabilizer 2. Anchor bolts — See Holding down bolts. Base cone 2. Baseplate 2. Also called a bearing plate. Base stool 2. Blanking off plate 2. Also known as a false bottom. Boiler mounted chimney — A chimney supported by a boiler and its foundation.
Bracket 2. Bracketed chimney 2. Also known as a braced chimney. Breeching — see inlet 2. Cap plate 2. Cleaning door 2.
Compression ring 2. Also known as a base ring. Cope band 2. Cope hood 2. Corrosion test piece 2. Cowl 2. Also known as a rain cap. Cravat 2. Cross-section — The section of the load bearing steel shell including the corrosion allowance.
Damping device 2. Doubling plate 2. Double skin chimney 2. Also known as a dual wall chimney. Drag coefficient — see wind force coefficient. Drain pipe 2. Flue — see liner. Guy 2. Guy band 2. Guyed chimney 2. Holding down bolts 2.
Hoops — Horizontal rings forming a cage around ladders. Inlet 2. Intermediate cone 2. Lateral supports 2. Lightning protection system — System to provide electrical continuity between the chimney and earth. Liners 2. Liner base 2. Lining 2. Nett section — The section of the load bearing steel shell without corrosion allowance.
Reinforcement — Structural shapes or plates at or near to shell aperatures to strengthen the shell.
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Latest version of document. Guidelines on the structural design and construction of steel chimneys of circular cross-section; and the design and application of linings for such chimneys where required. Revision 2, September First published Website: www.
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