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EEMUA - PUB NO 147

Recommendations for the Design and Construction of Refrigerated Liquefied Gas Storage Tanks

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Organization: EEMUA
Publication Date: 1 January 1986
Status: inactive
Page Count: 92
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It is the purpose of this EEMUA document to supply the outline information necessary for the design and construction of single, double and full containment tanks for the bulk storage of refrigerated liquefied gases down to - 165oC, and essentially at atmospheric pressure.

Liquids covered by the scope of this document include LPG, ethylene, ethane, LNG and similar hydrocarbons, together with ammonia.

The tank design for a specific project should be selected from within the three tank types covered in this document, based on all local circumstances and local requirements.

Document History

May 1, 2016
Recommendations for refrigerated liquefied gas storage tanks
The purpose of this EEMUA Publication is to supply the outline information necessary for the categorisation, inspection and maintenance of single, double and full containment tanks for the bulk...
April 1, 2015
Recommendations for refrigerated liquefied gas storage tanks
The purpose of this EEMUA Publication is to supply the outline information necessary for the categorisation, inspection and maintenance of single, double and full containment tanks for the bulk...
PUB NO 147
January 1, 1986
Recommendations for the Design and Construction of Refrigerated Liquefied Gas Storage Tanks
It is the purpose of this EEMUA document to supply the outline information necessary for the design and construction of single, double and full containment tanks for the bulk storage of refrigerated...

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