Stub-in, Stub-on

Related Topics

1 - reinforcement pad, 2 - matching pipe, 3 - header pipe

A stub-in is a T-shaped joint with the same cross-section as adjoining elements. Branch and header axes are perpendicular. All properties are automatically determined from adjoining elements.






Element name. If checked then it shown in 3D view

Branch not perpendicular to header

If checked, branch and header joint angle is not checked and analysis is header as for a slanted stub-in (according to GOST R 55596-2013  and  RD 10-249-98). If not checked, branch and header joint is checked and if it is not equal to 90 degrees, an error is displayed.  

Longitudinal Weld Joint Efficiency Factor, E

Longitudinal weld joint efficiency factor, E. More...

Manufacturing technology

For ASME B31.1, ASME B31.3, DL/T 5366-2014 seamless pipe will always use Wl=1.0. For electric-welded pipe Wl will be specified from database. More...

When using  GOST 32388-2013, pipe physical properties are taken from different materials databases depending on pipe type (seamless/welded).

Use notes 6,9,10

Should be checked if number of displacement cycles exceeds 200

Meet D1, Note 10 a,c,d,e,f

Use 0.7 factor per note 8

ASME B31J-2017 code requirement

Pad thickness, tr (Sn)

Pad thickness

Pad width, bn

Pad width

Toolbar Access

To insert an element, select the desired node and use the menu option: Insert > Tee > Stub-in

To view properties of an existing element: