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Design and Construction of LNG Storage Tanks

Rötzer, Josef

Design and Construction of LNG Storage Tanks

September 2019
  • 138 pages
  • ca 83 figures
  • ca 17 tables
  • Softcover
  • English
ISBN: 978-3-433-03277-0
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Description

Tanks are required for the transport, temporary storage and use of liquefied natural gas (LNG). This book introduces the complex requirements, calculations and design considerations for such tanks. The principal European and American standards are taken into account.

About the author

Dr.-Ing. Josef Rötzer (born in 1959) studied civil engineering at the Technical University of Munich and later obtained his PhD at the Bundeswehr University Munich. From 1995 onwards, he worked in the engineering head office of Dyckerhoff & Widmann (DYWIDAG) AG in Munich. His area of responsibility included the detailed design of industrial and power plant structures. The DYWIDAG LNG Technology competence area, focusing on the planning and worldwide construction of liquefied gas tanks, was integrated into STRABAG International in 2005. Josef Rötzer is a member of the Working Group for Tanks for Cryogenic Liquefied Gases of the German Standards Committee and a member of the committee for the American code ACI 376.

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