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Calculation for Mitre Bend

06/08/2009 9:44 AM

Please guide me about calculations to fabricate a 90 degree, 4 piece, 3 joint mitre

bend.

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Re: Calculation for 90 degree 4 piece, 3 cut Mitre Bend

06/08/2009 10:00 AM

We don't do homework here.

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Re: Calculation for 90 degree 4 piece, 3 cut Mitre Bend

06/08/2009 10:55 AM

Google "Mitre Bend" and you'll be all set. Come back if you still have questions after that.

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Re: Calculation for 90 degree 4 piece, 3 cut Mitre Bend

06/08/2009 11:56 AM

Amol Jadhay.

"Please guide me about calculations to fabricate a 90 degree, 4 piece, 3 joint mitre bend."

This is not enough information for anyone to help you.

What is the application? Pipe?, Duct Work? Steel Shapes?, What?

If pipe, what size pipe? Also do you want to use the ("standard" 1-1/2 D) radius for the bend or some other radius?

If Duct Work, what size? and what shape (round?, square?, rectangular?, etc

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Re: Calculation for 90 degree 4 piece, 3 cut Mitre Bend

06/10/2009 11:22 AM

IN ASME B 31.3 YOU WILL FIND THE DESIGN OF MITRE BEND VERY CLEARLY ACTUALLY I DONT HAVE CODE AT THAT TIME..

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