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By Glynn E. Woods and Roy B. Baguley

This newly up to date Guidebook describes new additions and revisions to the Code principles whereas delivering perception into the reasoning at the back of those adjustments within the Code. It offers complete insurance of B31.3 Code necessities for layout, research, fabrication, meeting, errection, inspection, exam, and checking out of strategy piping. The distinct info on Code necessities presents readability, even to the skilled Code user...

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B, ERW. 2 of the Code, equation (3a) will be selected to calculate the appropriate wall thickness. (The equation selection is the designer’s choice. 1 Before continuing on, a word of explanation of the "E" and "Y" factors is in order. The E factor is an "allowable pressure stress penalty" based on the method of manufacture of the pipe. 0 for seamless pipe, (SMLS). 4). 4 Longitudinal joint in early pipe. 4 of the Code. The E factor is applicable only for calculating the wall thickness of pipe and other pressure containing components.

In cases where the value of A falls to the right of the end of the material/temperature line, assume an intersection with the horizontal projection of the upper end of the material/temperature line. For values of A falling to the left of the material/temperature line, see (7) below. 5. From the intersection obtained in (3), move horizontally to the left and read the value of factor B. 6. Using this value of B, calculate the value of the maximum allowable external working pressure Pa using the following formula: Pa = 4B  Do  3   t  7.

178 in. (Note: Eq. ) Now calculate the required area, A1. 181 in. 2 The excess metal in the header is A2. 2 The excess metal in the branch pipe is A3. 784 in. The excess area in the extruded lip within rx is A4. 2 % replaced area = ((A2 + A3 + A4)/A1) 100 = 73%. This extrusion fails the area replacement test. Next manufacture the extrusion using dies to produce a geometry as shown in Fig. 4 (d) where the following dimensions are changed, as listed below. The sub-subscript '2' is added to signify second test.

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