Complete Pressure Vessel Calculations

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Complete Pressure vessel calculations required in accordance with ASME code Section VIII Div I.
Must have experience with ASME Pressure Vessel Code and commercial calculation packages.
  1. PV Elite
  2. Design Calcs
  3. Nozzel Pro


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