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CASE

2244-2
CASES OF ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE

Approval Date: January 20, 2000


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Case 2244-2 TABLE 1


UNS J93380 (CD3MWCuN) CHEMICAL REQUIREMENTS
Section VIII, Division 1 Composition,
Element %
Carbon, max. 0.03
Inquiry: May solution annealed UNS J93380 Manganese, max. 1.00
(CD3MWCuN) casting material, with the chemical com- Silicon, max. 1.00
position listed in Table 1 and the tensile properties listed Sulfur, max. 0.025
Phosphorus, max. 0.030
in Table 2, otherwise conforming to the requirements of Chromium 24.026.0
Specification SA-995, be used in the construction of Nickel 6.58.5
vessels under the rules of Section VIII, Division 1? Molybdenum 3.04.0
Nitrogen 0.200.30
Reply: It is the opinion of the Committee that the Copper 0.51.0
Tungsten 0.51.0
material described in the Inquiry may be used under
the rules of Section VIII, Division 1, provided the
following additional requirements are met.
(a) The maximum allowable design stress values in
tension shall be those listed in Table 3. TABLE 2
(b) For external pressure design, use Fig. 1 and MECHANICAL PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS
Table 4 of this Case. Tensile strength, min., ksi 100
(c) The material shall be considered as P-No. 10H, Yield strength [Note (1)], min., ksi 65
Group 1. Elongation in 2 in. or 50 mm 25.0
(d) Heat treatment after welding is neither required NOTE:
nor prohibited. However, if heat treatment is applied, (1) Determined by the 0.2% offset method.
the heat treatment shall consist of heating to a minimum
temperature of 2010F followed by water quenching
or rapid cooling by other means.
(e) The rules that shall apply are those given in TABLE 3
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DESIGN STRESS VALUES
Subsection C, Part UHA for austenitic-ferritic duplex
IN TENSION
stainless steels.
(f) This Case number shall be included in the mark- For Metal Temperature ksi
Not Exceeding, F [Note (1)]
ing of the material and shown on the Manufacturers
Data Report. 100 28.6
200 28.6
300 27.2
400 26.6
500 26.6
600 26.6
GENERAL NOTE: This material may embrittle after exposure at
moderately elevated temperatures. See paras. 6-340 and 6-360 in
Appendix 6 of Section II, Part D.
NOTE:
(1) The revised criterion of 3.5 on tensile strength was used in estab-
lishing these values.

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FIG. 1 CHART FOR DETERMINING SHELL THICKNESS OF CYLINDRICAL AND SPHERICAL SHELLS UNDER
EXTERNAL PRESSURE WHEN CONSTRUCTED OF HIGH ALLOY UNS S32760 AND UNS J93380

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TABLE 4
CHART FOR DETERMINING SHELL THICKNESS OF CYLINDRICAL AND SPHERICAL
SHELLS UNDER EXTERNAL PRESSURE WHEN CONSTRUCTED OF
HIGH ALLOY UNS S32760 AND UNS J93380
Temperature A B, psi Temperature A B, psi
70F 7.07E-05 1000 300F 7.41E-05 1000
0.0005 7080 0.0005 6750
0.00075 10600 0.00075 10100
0.000992 14000 0.000923 12400
0.00121 17100 0.00109 14400
0.00143 20100 0.00128 16500
0.00166 23100 0.00153 18600
0.00197 26200 0.00198 20400
0.00284 30100 0.00269 22000
0.00491 33300 0.00392 23600
0.00697 34500 0.00721 25700
0.00849 35700 0.00893 26400
0.0192 38700 0.019 28700
0.05 40000 0.05 29600
0.01 40000 0.1 29600

200F 7.25E-05 1000 700F 8.06E-05 1000


0.0005 6900 0.0005 6200
0.00075 10300 0.00075 9300
0.000939 12900 0.000933 11600
0.00112 15400 0.00108 13400
0.00133 17800 0.00124 15200
0.00163 20200 0.00143 17000
0.00194 21500 0.00171 18800
0.00272 24200 0.00277 21700
0.00431 26600 0.00375 22900
0.00683 27800 0.00701 24900
0.00872 28800 0.00934 25800
0.0187 31200 0.0192 27700
0.05 32200 0.05 28600
0.01 32200 0.1 28600

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