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Pressure Ratings of Steel Pipe Based on ASTM A53 Grade B or A106 Grade B Seamless ANSI B31.1, 1977 with allowances for connections and fittings reduces these working pressures approx. 25% PIPE PRESSURE-PS|_| WATER PIPE PRESSUREMPSI HAMMER NOM, size NOM. size INCHES workinc | surst | FACTOR |“itcuec’ | ‘noe | workinc | sursr 3s00 | 20,200 2 ven | a0] 1,700 400 | 28,000 2. | xxs | 6900 | 231000 700 | 19,500 3 20 100 | “7'400 ‘350 | 26,400 3 a0 | 2600 | 10,300 1700 | 16200 3 vo | ai00 | 15/000 za00 | 221500 3 xxs | 6100 | 20,500 2x00 | 15,600 | a4 » 40 1500 | 6,800 100 | 21,000 % ao | 200 | 9is00 7300 | 26,700 4 0 van0 | 6,300 v2300 | azs100 4 eo | 2300 | 91000 2000 | 12,900 | 36.1 4 10 | 4000 | 14,200 500 | 17,600 | 44's ‘ xxs | 5300 | 18,000 soo | 25/000 5 4 | 130 | 5.500 0000 | 35/000 5 2 =| 2090 «| B:t00 2100 | 12,100 | 22.3 5 wo | 3250 | 13,500 3500 | 18,900 | 26.8 5 xxs | 47a0 | 16,200 3700 | 22,300 | 36.9 $ 20 | ia | shoo 9500 | 32,700 | 683 6 a0 | 2070 1800} v0.10 | 129 6 wo | 3760 3000 900 | 15.0 é xis | 4860 woo | tatoo | 18.2 8 20 | M00 700 | 27/70 | 3015 8 20 | 1870 v0 | 9100 | 9.85 8 uo | 3700 2300 | 12.600 | 10.9 8 xxs | 3560 4500 | 17.700 | 137 10 20 | 1030 raw | aston | aus 6 “30 ‘so 1500 | 7ia00 | “s.74 10 veo | 3740 2500 | 11,000 | 6.52 10 xxs | 3300 ‘4600 | 17,500 | 8.60 2 4 | 1000 #300 | 22,100 | 10.9 2 so | 1200 v0 | 2500 | 4.02 2 10 | 3700 zaoo | ison | aise 2 xxs_| 2700 ‘The allowable pressures were calculated by the formula inthe Code for Pressure Piping, ASA B31.1-1955, Section 3, par. 324(a), 25) D-2ytC) where P = allowable pressure in Ib per sq in. (gauge) S =allowable working stress in Ib per sq in. outside diameter in inches t=designtthicknessininches,or121/2% lessthan the nominal thickness shown in the table C= allowance in inches for corrosion and /or mechanical strength (C=0.05" has been used above for all pipe si: yea follows: ficient having values for ferriticsteels, as 0.4 up to and including 900°F 05 for 950°F 07 for 1000°F and above The allowable worki from the Code for Pressure ‘Table 12. ‘Hydraulicmachinery piping is not covered by the Code for Pressure Piping, but itis current practice to use streees comparable with those given for Refinery and Oil Transportation Piping. Div. A. llowableworking stresses were obtained iping, ASA B31.1.1-1955, pressures at 100°F tabulated above accordingly may be used, provided that water hammer or shock conditions areconsidered by reducing these values by the productof theflow ratein gallons perminuteand the Water Hammer Factor tabulated above, Thusifthefowrateis 100 gpmina?” extrastrong line, the shock pressure created by water hammer is 10 x 652 = 652 Ibs. per sq. in.; by deducting this from the value of 2500 Ib per sqin. shown inthetablethe allowable static working pressure is found to be 1848 Ib per sq in. Burst pressures for pipe were calculated using formula p= 2 oD Where P= internal burst pressure, psig S = _ allowable stress (60,000 psi OD = __ outside diameter of tube in inches t= nominal wall thickness NOTES: *Not extra strong, Schedule 60s extra strong in his “* Not extra strong. Extra strong does not have a shedule number in this sizel (1D of 1XSis 11.75 ches) @ Not standard weight. Standard weight does not hhave a schedule ‘aumber in this size! (ID of 12° ‘Standard is 12.00 Inches). we sator fsaae |saaz [aa | va | or [tm] ao [sae ends |e mss |e mes] (um | ANI did 08 e1npausg - SX - adig uons eNxy Dy einpayas - adig prepuns an | int Sa]ey Mo}y pue ajnpayyg ‘az/g'-adid |88]$