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II
Rules for Construction of Power Boilers
Materials
Part A Ferrous Material ;:,pleClllC,aU()llS
Part - Nonferrous Material ;:)peClnCatHJns
Part C - for
'errmeratllre Service
-.:"..,,""''''.,.!- Structures
Lo,m{'Onlenlts in Elevated
Rules for Construction of Nuclear
Subsection NCA - GeneraI KeQUJlrelments for Division l and Division
Division
Subsection NB Class
Subsection NC - Class 2
Subsection ND - Class 3 Compommts
Subsection - Class MC
Subsection NF
Subsection NG
Subsection
2 - Code for Containments
Division 3
and
Containments for and u V'-_'U"';:;;''''' of
Level Radioactive Material and Waste
Nuclear Fuel
Recommended liUIOellTIleS VII
Rules for Construction of He:atulg Boilers
V Nondestructive Examination
for
11-"".....,."t,,,,,, Rules
It"""...... "'t,'''''' Rules for Construction Pressure Vessels
IX
"",ni"",.,.,,,,,,,f'j Plastic Pressure Vessels
for Inservice mS,pe<;nOln of Nuclear Plant LOmr'OI1tents
Rules for Construction of Tanks
The Boiler and Pressure VesseI Committee meets regu-
to consider additions and revisions to the
Code and to formulate Cases to the intent
reCIUlI'eIl1lell1ts or when the need is rules
for materials or constructions not covered Code
rules. Those Cases that have been will appear
in the 2007 Code Cases book: "Boilers and
Pressure Vessels" and "Nuclear LOlmlJOIlerlts.
ments will be sent to the of the
Code Cases books up to the of the 20l OCode.
and r1U'U\.-l.IUa., which include additions
revisions to individuaI Sections of
sent aultonlatlcaH
the Sections up to the pUbll<:atJlOn of
Code. The 2007 in loose-Ieaf
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'epJlaClement-p'l.ge formato
ASME issues written
mt1erpret:itlcm of technicai of the Code. The
for each individuaI Section will be nnnl1,,, ... e,,...
set=lar::l.tely and will be included as of the
to that Section. of Section Divisions l
and 2, will be included with the service to Subsec-
tion NCA.
iv
A"'''''UTA1rri xix
t'ersonnel xxiii
Definitions 1-2
.................................................................................................................................................. 1-3
Overview 1-3
Additional for Pressure Vessels 1-4
Geometrie of This Division 1-4
Classifieations Outside the of this Division 1-4
Combination Units 1-5
Field ofVessels 1-5
Pressure Relief Deviees .
Standards Refereneed Division 1-6
Units ofMeasurement 1-6
Teehnieal 1-7
Tables 1-8
>rganzaton .
l
1.6
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
.2.5
1.2.6
1.2.7
1.3
1.1 GeneraI ..
Introduetion .
Boiler And Vessel Standards LOlmlnlttee
Introduetion 1-1O
Format. 1-10
Code Revisions or Additions 1-1
Code Cases 1-1l
Code 1-1
Annex
.A.
1.A.2
1.A.3
.A.4
.A.5
.A.6
Annex
Introduetion 1-13
I.B.2 Definition ofTerms 1-13
l.C.4
ASME Boiler And
1-15
1-16
2.1. Introduetion
2.1 Definitions ..
2.1.3 Code
2.2 lJser
2.2.
2.2.2
v
............. 2-6 2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
Annex
2.A.l
2.A.2
User's
GeneraI 2-1O
Certification ofthe User's
Tables 2-12
Annex
2.B.l
2.B.2
2.B.3
Guide For A lVI::mlilla:tulrer's
GeneraI 2-13
Certification ofManufacture's 2-13
Tables
Annex 2.C
2.C.l Manufacturer's Data
2.C.2 Partial Data
2.C.3 Maintenance ofRecords 2-17
Annex Manufacturer's Data
Introduction
2.D.2 Tabies
Nondestructive EX,lmlnatlOn
Reat Treatment 2-29
Calibration ofMeasurement and Test 2-29
Records Retention 2-30
Forms 2-30
ofVessels and Vessel Parts 2-30
of Pressure Relief Vaives 2-30
.1'1JlQ.L"-'JlJUI Controi
Examination
Correction ofNonconformities 2-29
2.E.l3
2.E.l4
2.E.15
2.E.16
2.E.3
2.E.8
2.E.9
lO
2.E.6
2.E.I
Chambers 2-31 Lo/.UUfi.J'HF, Vesseis with
lJUl=lHcate l'\lamt;plale 2-33
of Characters for of Vesseis
2.F.8 or
...............................................................................................................................................2-34
tle::mnllZ Officiai
2.G.2 for Authorization 2-35
2.G.3 Issuance of Authorization 2-35
2.G.4
2.G.5 Controi 2-36
2.G.6 Evaluation for Authorization and Reauthorization 2-36
2.G.7 Code Construction Before ofCertificate of Authorization 2-37
Annex
Introduction 2-38
2.H.2 Tables 2-39
2.H.3
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5
3.2.5
3.2.6
3.2.7
3.2.8
3.2.9
3.2.10
3.2.1
3.3
3.5.3
PART3 MATERIALS
3.1 GeneraI 3-4
3.2 Materials Permitted For Construction ofVessel 3-4
3.2.1 Materials for Pressure Parts 3-4
3.2.2 Materials for Attachments to Pressure Parts 3-4
3.2.3 Materials 3-5
Dissimilar MateriaIs .

Certification 3-6
Product Identification and 3-6
Prefabricated or Preformed Pressure Parts 3-7
Definition ofProduct Thiclmess 3-8
Product Form Tolerances 3-8
Purchase 3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
3.5.1
Ma1tenalls 3-13
GeneraI. , , , , , 3-13
It- ,,,,, ,,... LJIU.U.UJ.HUU\.JU ofPlates ,., 3-13
Material ReaUJlrelnellts,
Examination " , " , ,.. ", , , , , , 3-19
Data and , , , , , , , ,.. , 3-19
Material Test ." , , , , , " , "., ,", , 3-20
Generai., , ,., , , , 3-20
for Test \.../V IJ'-'H0 ,
I_i..., .......,."... .....,,""'c from of Test \.../V .... IJ.VH..:l
Procedure for and \.../V' .... IJ'VHC' ........ ,...
Procedure for Reat Test from Ferrous Materials 3-22
Test Reat for Nonferrous Materials 3-22
Material , , 3-23
Generai. , 3-23
Carbon and Low Steels , 3-23
Ferritic
Steels
Non-Ferrous , 3-32
1vIaterials , ,.. , 3-32
Procedures ,., , 3-32
Procedures and Test Plates ofFerrous Materials 3-34
Allowable Stresses 3-36
Parameters 3-36
Nomenclature
Definitions
Tables
and Nuts
hre:adlIlg and ofStuds " ,.,3-15
Use ofvVashers
Ferrous ,.'"., ,." 3-15
Nonferrous 3-15
Materials for Ferrous and Nonferrous Nuts of
:SU1DPlemental for '-'u,:nUJl;:;:," .
Generai. , 3-16
eml1re:ments for Ferrous '-''',''.UI;:;:,'' ..
Reamrenlens for Nonferrous '-''''''''Uj'''U
for Rubs :Machined From Plate , 3-19
3.17
3.18
3.19
3.7
3.6.4
3.7.6
3.7.7
3.8.1
3.8.2
3.8.3
3.9
3.9.1
3.9.2
3.9.3
3.9.4
3.10
3.10.
3.10.2
3.10.3
3.10.4
3.10.5
3.10.6
3.11
3.1 L
3.11.2
3.11.3
3.11.4
3.11.5
3.11.6
1.7
3.11.8
3.12
3.13
3.14
5
3.7.2
3.7.3
3.7.4
3.A.
3,A,2
3.A.3
Allowable Stress Basis - An Materials 3-70
Allowable Stress Basis - Materials 3-70
Tables 3-72
' .. """"",,,,,,+1117 Not
viii
3.D.5.1
3.D.7
3.E.1 Modulus 3-107
3.E.2 Thermal Coefficent 3-107
3.E.3 Thermal COJlc1uctnllty
3.E.4
!lJ'""<j-ii""."",, Cm"ves
Curves 3-108
Welded Jont Curves .
Nomenciature 3-111
Tables 3-112
Shell To1erances 4-48
'uh11"1r!ru'n! Shells 4-49
Conica1 Shells 4-49
Shells and Heads 4-49
OflS'phl:;flCal Heads 4-49
Heads
Areas
Not 1-II",.,."",lt... <:>1t1r,,,, .LAU-V'W-,,"U
DESIGN RULE
<>r'I111"'''''"''t:.nte 4-6
4-6
KeqmremeI1lts 4-6
............' 4-7
Corrosion Allowance 4-7
Basis 4-7
Allowable Stress 4-9
Materiais Combination 4-10
Combination Units 4-10
"n""'''',,,,,,,,, and WeId
InternaI ..!WH,UHi';;." .
and 4-1
Nomenciature 4-12
Tables 4-13
Rules for WeIded Joints 4-14
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.3.7
4.3.8
4.3.9
lO
4.2.2
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
4.1.8
4. .9
4.1.10
1.
4.1
4.1
4.2
4.2.6
4.2.7
4.2.8
4.3
4.2.4
.1
4. .2
4.1.3
IX
Rules for Dished Bolted Covers .4-154
.......................................................................................................................................4-154
A Thickness
Thickness KelJUrrenlents
C Thickness KelJUlrenlents
Head
Tables 4-147
Factors 4-82
MateriallJ...",,,,,,,, 'tl"'''
Shell Tolerances 4-83
:Yllnancal Shell 4-84
Conical Shell 4-88
Shell and Head 4-89
Head 4-90
blllpSOlOal Head 4-91
Local Thin Areas 4-91
Drilled Holes Not the Vessel Wall .4-91
Combined and Allowable Stresses .4-91
..r''\,...vUJl'''' Shell Transition Junctions Without A Knuckle 4-100
v ''-.VBj''''' Shell Transition Junctions With A Knuckle 4-100
Nomenclature 4-101
TabIes 4-105
.....................................................................................................................................4-106
Ru1es for Shells in Shells and Heads 4-113
.......................................................................................................................................4-113
Dimensions and ofNozzles .4-113
Method ofNozzle Attachment. .4-113
Nozzle Neck Minimum Thickness .4-114
RadiaI Nozzle in a Shell 4-114
Hillside Nozzle in a Shell .4-118
Nozz1e in a Shell Oriented at an from the Axis .4-118
RadiaI Nozzie in a Conical Shell 4-118
Nozzle in a Conical Shell 4-119
RadiaI Nozzie in a Shell or 19
Hillside or Nozzle in a Formed Head 4-123
Circular Nozzles in a Flat Head .4-123
for Nozzles 4-124
ofNozzle Attachment Welds .4-125
Local Stresses in Nozzles in Shells and Formed Heads from Extemal Loads 4-128
lnSl)ec1tlOn upEmmgs 4-129
upemngs to Stress
.......................................................................................................................................4-74
Rules Shells Under Extemal Pressure Stresses .4-81
4-55
... 'Io<"".."- "" 4-58
Nomenclature 4-60
4.5.12
4.4.4
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
4.6.6
4.6.7
4.7
4.7.
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.7.4
4.7.5
4.4.6
4.4.7
4.4.8
4.4.10
4.4.11
4.4.12
4.4.13
4.4.14
4.4.15
4.4.16
4.4.17
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
4.5.7
4.5.8
4.5.9
4.5.10
4.5.14
4.5.15
4.5.16
4.5.17
4.5.18
4.5.19
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
x
Nomenclature 4-160
TabIes 4-162
Noncircular Vessels to External Pressure
",,...1-<.n,,,,,,l I",.,. Vessels With Two or More Size .4-206
Fabrication 4-206
LIg;amem and the Weld Joint Factor 4-174
Nomenclature 4-174
.....................................................................................................................................4-175
Rules for Jacketed Vessels 4-179
.......................................................................................................................................4-179
of Jacketed Shells and Jacketed Heads 4-179
of Closure Member of Jacket to VesseI 4-180
of Penetrations Jackets 4-180
ofPartial Jackets , 4-181
Jackets 4-181
Nomenclature , , 4-182
Tables 4-183
Rules for NonCircular Vessels 4-197
.......................................................................................................................................4-197
GeneraI 4-197
"'r111"'"'l'n".n1-", for Vessels With Reinforcement. .4-198
"''-'I111''''''l'n".ni-", for Vessels With
",r'l111"''''l'n".ni-", for Vessels With Small Ratios .4-20l
Weld Joint Factors
HA 'iH Uy uperateet Closures 4-167
"'f'l111 a,l'na,Mi-", for Closures .4-167
Rules for and Surfaces .4-168
.......................................................................................................................................4-168
.I.."-""''-II.<''J.'"'''' Thickness ofBraced and Surfaces .4-168
.I.."-""''-II.<''J.'"'''' UlntlenSlOllS and and 4-168
KelQUlrenlents for Welded-in and Welded 4-168
Nomenclature 4-170
Tables 4-171
.....................................................................................................................................4-172
Rules for 4-173
. 4-173
4.12.3
4.12.4
4.12.5
4.12.6
4.12.7
4.12.8
4.12.9
4.12.10
4.8.3
4.8.4
4.8.5
4.8.6
4.9
4.9.1
4.9.2
4.9.3
4.9.4
4.9.5
4.9.6
4.9.7
4.10
4.10.
4.10.2
4.10.3
10.4
4.10.5
4.11
4.1
4.1 .2
4.11.3
4.11.4
4.11.5
4.1 .6
1.7
4.11.8
1.9
4.12
4.12.1
4.7.8
4.12.12
4.12.13
13
4.13.1
4.13.2
4.13.3
4.13.4
4.13.5
4.13.6
4.13.7
4.13.8
4.13.9
Vessels 4-261
Definitions 4-261
GeneraI. 4-261
for InternaI Pressure 4-261
for External Pressure 4-262
ofWelded Joints 4-262
Nozzle
Xl
.....................................................................................4-379
ermmologv 4-344
GeneraI Considerations 4-344
GeneraI Conditions for
Extension 4-345
ublesheet Characteristics 4-345
Rules for the ofU-Tube Tubesheets .4-347
Rules for the ofFixed Tubesheets 4-352
Rules for the Tubesheets .4-365
Tube-to-Tubesheet Welds 4-375
Thin-Walled Joints 4-378
..................... , .............. , ...... , ...... "., ..... , ", ..... " ... ,4-264
Materials 4-304
Gasket Materials 4-305
Bolt Loads 4-305
Procedure 4-306
... O " " " ".4-308
with a Circular Bore 4-308
with Nut 4-308
Joint Procedures 4-308
Nomenclature 4-309
Tables 4-312
... , " , , ,.,., ,, , " 4-268
... IA..U'H ofVessels Outside ofTolerance " ,.. , , , ,.,., .. ,., , .4-281
Tolerances,,, " 4-281
Local Areas " " " " 4-281
...............................................................................................................4-281
.....................................................................................................................................4-282
Attachments 4-283
...............................................................................................................................................4-283
of 4-283
Saddle for Horizontal Vessels .4-283
Skirt for Vertical Vessels .4-290
And
Nomenclature 4-292
Tables 4-293
.....................................................................................................................................4-295
Rules for Joints 4-303
.......................................................................................................................................4-303
Considerations 4-303
4.15.5
4.15.6
4.15.7
4.15.8
4.16
4.16.
4.16.2
4.16.3
4.16.4
4.16.5
4.16.6
4.16.7
4.16.8
4.16.9
4.16.10
16.1
4.16.12
4.16.13
4.16.
4.17
4.17.1
4.17.2
4.17.3
4.17.4
4.17.8
4.18
4.18.1
18.2
4.18.3
18.4
4.18.5
4.18.6
18.7
4.18.8
4.18.9
4.18.10
l
4.18.12
18.13
18.14
4.15.3
Xll
4.18.15 Nomenciature 4-381
TabIes 4-386
4.18.17
4.19.2
4.19.6
4.19.7
4.19.8
4.19.9
4.19.10
4.19.
4.19.12
4.19.13
4.19.14
4.19. 5
4.19.16
4.19.17
.....................................................................................................4-404
4-404
Materiais 4-406
'LJ-L'UUI""''-'' Unreinforced Bellows .4-406
Reinforced Bellows .4-409
Kplln"'lC 4-410
Bellows to or 4-41
Fabrication 4-414
Examination 4-414
Pressure Test KeiQmrenlents
H and 4-414
Sheet for Joints 4-415
Nomenciature 4-416
TabIes 4-418
>,.:"",,,,,,.,,-j--,,-,,..d-''-''14> Sheets 4-438
4.A
4.B.3
4.:8 And Closures
Introduction 4-441
4-441
4.B.5
4.B.6
4.B.7
Installation 4-442
lnS1Jec1tlOn 4-443
...........................................................................................................................................4-443
Administrative Controls 4-443
GeneraI
Maximum Axiai Loads 4-445
Shear Load Test 4-445
\cceptan<:e Standards for Joint Factor Determined Test.. .4-447
\cceptam:e Standards for Determined Test .4-447
Nomenciature 4-448
Tabies
Annex
4.C.l
4.C.2
4.C.3
4.C.4
4.C.5
4.C.6
4.C.7
4.C.8
5-3
5.1.
5.1.2
5.1.3
Protection
5.2.1 Overview 5-5
5.2.2 Stress Method 5-5
5.2.3 Limit-Load Method 5-8
Elastic-Plastic Stress Method 5-9
5.3 Protection Locai Failure 5-11
5.3.1 1
5.3.2 1
5.3.3 1
Service Stress Rel:lulrenlents .
Assessment OfBolts 5-30
Arnl1 ""1Y'Y'l"" 1"c for Perforated Plates 5-31
Arll11 ""1Y'Y'l"" 1"c for Vessels 5-31
bXpeI'lmental Stress 5-31
Fracture Mechanic Evaluations 5-31
Definitions
Nomenclature 5-34
Tables 5-40 5.14
5.15
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.6
5.5.7
5.6
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.8
5.9
5.10
l
5.5.1
Stress For Stress Classification
.................................................................................................................................................5-56
.Selection of Stress Classification Lines 5-56
Stress Method 5-57
Continuum Elements 5-57
Shell Elements 5-58
Structural Stress Method Based on Nodal Forces 5-59
Overview
Continuum
Shell Elements 5-60
Structural Stress Method Based on Stress 1 1"'''''''..'''+'r ....
Nomenclature 5-61
Tables , , , ,.. , 5-62
5.A.3
5.A.4
5.A.4.1
5.A.4.2
5.A.5
5.A.5.1
5.A.5.2
5.A.5.3
5.A.6
5.A.7
5.A.8
5.A.9
5.A.l
5.B.3
5.B.6 Nomenclature
."''''''1"1 ,,,, Method , , 5-76
Stress for Elastic
Nomenclature '" 5-84
",,-,UI..,U4 .:> 5-88
.................................................................................................................................... 5-89
5.D.5 Tables
5.E.4
5.E.5
5.E.6
5.E.7
5.E.8
5.E.10
ofthe Solid
Stlithess Effects of the Tubes 5-96
Effective Material for the Solid Plate 5-96
Pressure Effects Tubesheet Perforations 5-98
Protection Plastic '-'VBUIV"'"
Protection ">c'a.. I !,'OH.
Nomenclature 5-103
Tables 5-107
............................................................................................................................................. 5-132
Annex 5.F
5.F.I Overview 5-137
Strain Measurement Test Procedure for Stress Lomj:lonent:s.
5.F.3 Protection
Nomenclature 5-142
............................................................................................................................................. 5-144
Procedure
Treatment of Weldments
Ke'ClUIrenlents for ofWelds
Ke'ClUIrenlents for Postweld Treatment 6-16
Procedures for Postweld Treatment. 6-18
' ~ ~ ' . n " ' ' ' ~ ~ of Postweld Treatment. o "" .. " O" " " """" "" ,, o ,,""""""" ,. "" "" 0 """ 0,.0 "' 6-20
Postweld Heat Treatment after 6-20
reaLtmem ofNonferrous Materials
Ke
i
ClUlrenlents For CIad or Weld 6-22
6
6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.2.
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
6.2.5
6.2.6
6.2.7
6.2.8
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.5
xv
Tests 6-24
IJ'rAnprtu Q Ferritic Steels 6-24
GeneraL 6-24
and Other Materials 6-24
After 6-24
Minimum Thickness after 6-24
"'r"""''''.....-.'''....'I-.-. '" .6-25
Postweld Treatment 6-27
Heat Treatment Certification Tests 6-28
Examination .H.V.....U .. ""U.""H .,
lns,oe<;tlcln and Tests 6-29
Stamp1mg and
Keamrenlents for Fabrication 6-29
General. 6-29
Ultrasonic Examination 6-29
..'''''' Requllrelnenlts 6-29
Tolerances on
Methods Heads 6-30
Heat Treatment for Fabrication 6-30
For Fabrication 6-31
ofDefects in Material. 6-32
Threaded Connections to Vessel and Heads 6-33
-'-'AUJ.HH.JUUVJJ, and
Stamping and for Vessels 6-34
Pressure ReliefDevices 6-34
Fabrication for Vesseis 6-34
GeneraL 6-34
Fabrication Ke!(lmrenlents
Fabrication 6-34
vual1:nc,;ll1cm and Records 6-34
-': < + for Welded Joints 6-35
Nondestmctive Examination ofWelded Joints 6-36
Welded Joint
Contact between
Vent Holes 6-3
Heat of Weldments
Nomenclature " ..
Tables
6.8.9
6.8.10
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.5.7
6.5.8
6.5.9
6.6
6.6.1
6.6.2
6.6.3
6.6.4
6.6.5
6.6.6
6.6.7
6.6.8
6.6.9
6.6.10
6.7
6.7.1
6.7.2
6.7.3
6.7.4
6.7.5
6.7.6
6.7.7
6.7.8
6.7.9
6.7.10
6.7.1
6.7.12
6.8
6.8.1
6.8.2
6.8.3
6.8.4
6.8.5
6.8.6
6.8.7
INSPECTION AND EXAMINATION
7.1 7-3
7.2 7-3
7.2.1 and ofthe Manufacturer and 7-3
7.2.2 Access for 7-3
7.2.3 Notification ofWork 7-3
7.3 Verification and Examination Prior To 7-3
7.3.1 ofMaterial with 7-3
7.3.2 DimensionaI 7-3
7.3.3 7-3
7.3.4 7-3
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Pertormance VUUUJU"-"Ul\J'H .
Vesseis
Extent ofNondestructive Examination 7-4
Selection of Examination Method for FIaws 7-6
Selection Method for Surface Flaws 7-6
Surface Condition and 7-6
SU1JPliem
i
ental Examination for Service 7-6
EX:lmllnatlon and of Vessels with Protective and 7-6
Examination and ofTensile Q and T Vessels 7-7
Examination and Vessels 7-8
Examination ofFabricated Vessels 7-9
Examination Method Criteria 7-11
GeneraI. 7-1
Visual Examination 7-Il
KadlO,gr2lPhlC Examination 7-12
Ultrasonic Examination 7-14
Ultrasonic Examination Used in Lieu Examination 7-15
Particle Examination 7-17
Perletr'ant Examination 7-19
Current Surface Examination Procedure
Evaluation and Retest for Partial Examination 7-23
Examination of Vessel. 7-23
Surface Examination after Hu,rlrryr",,,l'
lm:pec:::tcm of Lined VesseI after
Leak 7-23
Acoustic Emission 7-23
Tables 7-24
............................................................................................................................................... 7-36
7.6.1
7.6.2
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.4.5
7.4.6
7.4.7
7.4.8
7.4.9
7.4.10
7.4.11
7.5
7.5.1
7.5.2
7.5.3
7.5.4
7.5.5
7.5.6
7.5.7
7.5.8
7.5.9
7.4
lnspe(:t1oln and Examination Duties 7-51
Tables 7-53
Annex 7.A And Duties And Examination Activities
7.A.1 GeneraI 7-50
7.A.2 Manufacturer's 7-50
7.A.2.1 Manufacturer 7-50
7.A.2.2 and Examination 7-50
7.A.3 7-51
7.A.3.1
7.A.3.2
7.A.4
8.3.3
8.1 8-2
8.1. Selection of Pressure Test Methods
8.1 8-2
8.1.3 Construction 8-3
8.1.4 8-4
8.2 8-5
8.2.1 8-5
8.2.2 8-5
8.2.3 Test 8-5
8.2.4 Test Procedures 8-5
8.2.5 Test Examination and 8-6
8.3 8-6
8.3. 8-6
............... 8-6
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8.4
8.4.2
8.5
8.6
9-2
h,A"" A"''''" A 9-2
n"'"Arr,rA""'"1"'A Protection 9-2
and Allowable 9-2
Pressure ofPressure ReliefDevices 9-3
Pressure ReliefValves 9-3
onKe:C!CISUlg Pressure ReliefDevices 9-3
U,,,,,,+,,,..,,, Disk Devices 9-3
Devices 9-3
Loaded Pressure ReliefDevices 9-3
Calculation OfRated For Different Pressures And/Or Fluids 9-3
GeneraI. 9-3
U".r."."+,,,,,,,, of Certified for Different Pressures 9-3
Conversion of Certified for Different In-Service Fluids 9-4
lVlarKulg and 9-4
Provisions for Installation of Pressure Devices 9-4
GeneraI. .. " 9-4
Inlet for Pressure Relief Devices 9-4
from Pressure Relief Devices 9-4
Pressure ReliefDevices 9-4
hlA"rr\1l",CH'<'"n1l"A Protection 9-4
eouwernenlts 9-4
Documentation 9-5
Manufacturer' s Data
9.7
9.7.1
9.7.2
9.7.3
9.4.2
9.4.3
9.5
9.6
9.6.1
9.3
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.3.3
.2
9.lJ
1.4
9.
9.A.l
9.A.2
9.i\oc.3
9.A.4
9.A.6
9.A.7
9.A.8
9.A.9
9.A.I0
9.A For Installation And OfPressure ReliefDevices
Introduction 9-6
Provisions for Installation of Valves in the Relief Path 9-6
9-9
9-9
Regar'dulg Pressure Relief Device into Common Header 9-10
1l.... ..-f for Pressure ReliefValves
Pressure ReliefValve Orientation
Reaction Forces
of Pressure Relief Devices for Conditions
D".",coC'" .."" Devices to Monitor Pressure Differential
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the
consideration and action
of technical mOIUUles
sions to Code from lnCI1Hf'leS
Main Committee for UL"J' L'L'.!. Jlu.''''
COlmlnttee becomes effective
of Committee and
and Pressure VesseI Committee deals with
the care and of boilers and pressure vesseis in
to the extent of rules of
pnlctlce as an aid to owners and their lm;oectC)rs.
The rules established the Committee are not to be
rec:onlm,en(lm:g, or any
or as in any way
manufacturer' s freedom to choose any method of
or any of construction that conforms Code rules.
Boiler and Pressure VesseI Committee regu-
to consider revisions of the new rules as dictated
tecnn()lo:glcal (1levelODlmeIlL Code and requests
Pressure Vessel
....-rr" .. r'<:J> offidal ,.....,,,........"".. ,"
The Committee recogltUZ(eS
used for and
resses and
nor
of cornpo'nerlts
Code. ....,"""'''''''''''..
programs for
are cautioned are resno:nsltHe
inherent in the programs use and
are res.ponslble for the of these programs to
their
The Code does not address tolerances. When
or other are not 01J'-''''UA'-''Y
with the values of these are consid-
ered nominaI and allowable tolerances or Iocal variances
may be considered when based on
luclgrnellt and standard as determined
of LVlt;;cnamCal bnguleerS set up a
purpose of formlliating
steam boilers and other pres-
is now called the and
l Construction, as used in this Foreword, is an alI-inclusive com-
materials, design, fabrication, examination, inspection, testing,
centiticatlO,n, and pressure relief.
of the Code. tmgmeermg luclgnlents
with Code
be used to overrule mand,ltOJry
prC)hltHt!lons of the Code.
sure
Pressure VesseI Committee.
Committee' s is to establish rules of
to pressure the construc-
pressure tanks and
COJmoon;ents, and inservice for pressure
''''''0''''-''''' of nuclear and and
' ... ..a" these rules when arise their
code does not address other
to the construction pressure
tanks nuclear and the inservice mspe(;t!cm
of nuclear and tanks. The user of
the Code should to other """"";'111"l,,,,,... f
""J",'I.lJlUUV.U0, or other relevant documents. With few
eX(;eDltons, the rules do not, of reflect
the likelihood and consequences of deterioration in service
related to service fluids or extemal envi-
ronments. the Committee has <lr'lll'"'lrtvupr!
wide of construction rules this Section to allow
the user or his to select those which will r'I-r"',UlrfP
a pressure vessel for deterioration in ser-
vice so as to safe of use-
fulness. it is not intended that this Section
beusedas
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nationai
When is made in an ASME
to a non-ASME for
which a COlmpamon ASME the refer-
ence shall be as to the ASME HA....'VJ.A...A
alI materiais included the material
in Section have been for Code
lise. is limited to thosemateriais and
at Ieast one of the other Sections of the Code for aU1Dw..:a-
tion under rules that Section. An materials allowed
these various Sections and used for construction
scope of their rules shall be fumished accordance
material contained in Section II or referenced
in the Guidelines for ASTM Editions Section
Parts A and except where otherwise Code
Cases or in the Section of the Code. Materials
covered these are for use
items covered the Code Sections to the
indicated the Section. Materials for Code use
should and documented
on this ASTM Editions in
Section Part A and Guideline for ASTM
Editions in Section Part list editions of ASME and
year dates of that meet ASME reCluu'emlen
1
ts
and which may be used in Code construction. Material
n ... to an with reqluu'errlents
different the reclulI'errlents
fications listed in the Guideline for ASTM
Editions in Part A or Part B may also be used in accordance
with the the material manufacturer or ves-
seI manufacturer certifies with evidence to the
Authorized that
of listed in
ASTM Editions
to an
limited as to ",-,."..-.1h'"
When
shall be .nt,"rn-..""t'::'r!
devices.
The Code Committee does on whether a compo-
shall or shall not be constructed to the of
the Code. of each Section has been established
to ',",O"-'T'1rU
the Committee the Code rules.
Vu,esl1011S or issues of a
with the Code rules to be directed to the
ASME Certificate Holder con-
the of Code are to directed
to ASME and Pressure Vessel Committee.
may
date of issuance shown on
for revisions to AH'-WVAA",A
in Parts A and become manda-
six months after such date of for
boilers or pressure vessels contracted for to the end
of the six-month Revisions to material "nco"-n,,,,.,
tions are the American for
and Materials and other national or
intemational and are
ASME. those revisions may or may not
any effect on the of to earlier
editions of for use ASME construction.
ASME material for use in each
construction Code are listed in the Guidelines for
able ASTM Editions in Section Parts A and B. These
Guidelines for each the latest edition
and earlier and later editions considered
to be identical for ASME construction.
Boiler and Pressure Vessel Committee in formu-
lation of its rules and establishment of maximum
and pressures considers
LJU'''''''''A'JU, methods of 1-on..n"o,",;-.-,
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Authorization rnay state in 'O'Irh,TPrh""n:rr lite:rature
COllstructions, or activities "are built
or activities conducted with the
of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel
" or "rneet the of the ASME and
Pressure Vessel Code."
The ASME shaH be used for and
nalne'plates as in the Code. i-InuT""""""
facsirniles rnay be used for the purpose of tos:tering
use of such construction. Such usage rnay be
tion or or a holder of a Code who
rnay also use the facsimile in to show that
iterns will carry the GeneraI usage
is when aH of a rnanufacturer' s iterns are
constructed under the rules.
ASME which is the cloverleaf with the letters
ASME shaH not be used any other
than ASME.
is the
so authorized.
to various activities in
accordance with the of the Code rnay state
this its literature.
'-PJ.F,<'U.U"""Ul.U'JU'::> that are authorized to use Code 'u1mhn'"
J.u"... n.""E> iterns or constructions that have been con-
structed in with the ASME Boiler
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enforcernent and the holders of the "'''..,....k,-"I'''
who with aH reClluu'ernient:s.
Based on these
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T. M. Cullen
R. Dirscherl
W. D. Doty
W. D. Edsall
V. Kostarev
D. F. Landers
W. C. LaRochelle
K. A.
E. A. Mayhew
W. N. McLean
D. K. Morton
0.0.
R. F.
B. B. Scott
j. D. Stevenson
K. R. Wichman
Y. H. Choi, Delegate
F. Drahos
R. Moen
C. j. Pieper
R. W. Barnes, Chair
R. M. jessee, Vice Chair
C. A. Sanna, Secretary
W. H. Borter
M. N. Bressler
j. R. Cole
E. Cornman, jr.
R. P. Deubler
B. A. Erler
G. M. Foster
R. S. Hilllll
C. L. Hoffmann
C. C. Kim
R. j. Bosnak
E. B. Branch
W.D.
jr.
on Nonferrous
A. G. Kireta, jr.
j. Kissell
P. A. Larkin
H. Matsuo
j. A. McMaster
D. T. Peters
E.
R. C. Sutherlin
R. Zawierucha
on Materiai (Se Il)
D.O.Henry
M. Higuchi
H. Lorenz
A. R. N\lWpnlrlO
R. D.
E. A. Steen
E. Upitis
D. Kwon, L/,--,'--,<;un_
D. W. Rahoi, Chair
M. Katcher, Secretary
D. C. Agarwal
W. R. Apblett, jr.
H. D. Bushfield
L. G. Coffee
M. H.
j. F. Grubb
E. L. Hibner
G. C. Hsu
W. M. Chair
A. Chaudouet, Vice Chair
j. P.
D. C.
H. D. Bushfield
D. A. Canonico
P.
A. F. LJarocllev'SKV
xxv
G. M. Foster, Chair
G. j. Vice Chair
D. K. Morton, <';'pr'rpt::lrll
W. Borter
G. R. Cannell
E. L. Farrow
R. S. HilllIl
D. W. Lewis
C. G.
P. E. McConnel1
l. D. Mclnnes
A. B. Meichler
R. E. Nickell
E. L. Pleins
T.
H. P. "hrl\l;}<:t::ll.l::l
N. M. Simpson
R. H. Smith
J. D. Stevenson
C. j. Temus
P. Turula
A. D. Watkins
P. H,"'crr,ha'r.....
R. C.
T. M. Adams
C. Basavaraju
j. Catalano
j. R. Cole
R. J. Gurdal
R. W. Haupt
j. Kawahata
R. B.
V. Kostarev
D. Landers
j. F. McCabe
J. C. Minichiello
A. N.
0.0.
R. D. Patel
E. C. "V\.. Ul...IUU,h'
M. S. Sills
G. C. Slagis
E. A. Wais
c.-I. Wu
(SC III)
J.
S. N.
H. R. "nfH'Iprpoopr
j. C. Tsacoyeanes
R. G. Visalli
j. W. Leavitt
j. E. Livingston
j. R. Rajan
A. G. Washburn
Valves (SG-D) (SC III)
011 Pr(Jlball)i!i!;fic
(SG-D) (SC III)
S. D. Kulat
A. McNeilll1l
P. j.
N. A. Palm
I. Saito
M. E. Schmidt
J. P. Tucker
R. M. Wilson
Group
j. P. Tucker, Chair
R. R. Brodin
G. A. jolly
W. N. McLean
T. A. McMahon
R. E. Cornman, Jr., Chair
M. D. Eftychiou
A. A. Fraser
M. Higuchi
G. R. jones
R. S. Hill III, Chair
T. M. Adams
T.
B. M.
T. A. Bacon
A. A. Dermenjian
M. R.
D.O.Henry
E. V. Imbro
(SC III)
D. F. Landers
K. A. Manoly
R. J. Masterson
W. N. McLean
j. C. Minichiello
M. Morishita
F. F. Naguib
T. Nakamura
W. Z. Novak
E. L. Pleins
I. Saito
G. C. Siagis
j. D. Stevenson
j. P. Tucker
K. R. Wichman
Ori Supports (SG-D) III)
I. Saito
j. R. Stinson
T. G.
D. V.
c.-I. Wu
R. j. Masterson, Chair
F. J. Birch, ,ar'rat:>rll
U. S. K:>'1i1\1nn.rlh,,"'''
P.
W. P. Golini
A. N. Nguyen
R. P. Deubler, Chair
R. S. Hill III, Vice Chair
A. N. Nguyen, Secretary
T. M. Adams
M. N. Bressler
C. W.
D. L. Caldwell
j. R. Cole
R. E. Cornman, Jr.
A. A. Dermenjian
P. Hirschberg
R. I. jetter
R. B. Keating
J. F. Kielb
H.
(SG-D) (SC III)
S. Yukawa
Y. H. Choi,
Grol.lp on Vessels
A. Kalnins
R. B. Keating
K.
D. E. M::ltthF'\A/<:
M. Nakahira
R. M. Wilson
W. Novak, Chair
R. S. Hillill
C. L. Hoffmann
F. F. Naguib, Chair
G. K. Miller, ,",pr-rpt",rll
C. W. Bruny
G. D. Cooper
M. Hartzman
W. j. Heilker
III)
(SG-D)
D. F. Landers
W. S. Lapay
Lockert
j. F. McCabe
P. R. Olson
j. D. Stevenson
j. Yang
J. F. Mullooly J. F. Kielb, Chair
j. T. Land
B. Keating, Chair
Anderson, ,a,-rat''''rll
M. Adams
M. K. Au-Yang
R. D. Blevins
D. L. Caldwell
M. Hartzman
H.
3C) &
R. D. Mile
M. R. Minick
B. B. Scott
H. K. Sharma
W. K. Sowder
D.M.
V. Walshe
W. C. LaRochelle, Chair
C. A. Lizotte, Secretary
A. An,nlAtnn
j.
W. P.
E. A.
R. Mclntyre
3 Containmel1lts
D. K. Morton
R. E. Nickell
H. P. Shrivastava
C. J. Temus
P. Turula
Ori
E. L. Pleins, Chair
T. M. Adams
G. K,{)rk'n-.",n
W. Lewis
I. Mclnnes
j. Minichiello
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Sul)l!r()UD Ori Materials, Fal)ri(:ation,
K. M. MeTague
B. W. Moore
E. A. Nordstrom
T. M. Parks
j. L. Seigle
R. V.
F. P. Bartorl, Honorary
Member
R. B. Duggan, Honorary
Member
R. H. Weigel, Honorary
Member
j. I. Woodworth, Honorary
Member
P. A. Molvie, Chair
S. V. Voorhees, Vice Chair
G. Moino, Secretary
T. L. Bedeaux
D. C.
G. Bynog
j. Calland
j. P. Chieoine
C. M. Dove
W. L. Haag, jr.
j. A. Hall
j. D. Hoh
D. j. jenkins
W. D. Lemos
(SC III)
H. Murakami
M. Nakahira
C. j. Pieper
N. M.
W.j.
j. R. Stinson
K. B. Stuekey
A. D. Watkins
S. Yukawa
Pressure
C. L. Hoffmann, Chair
G. P. Secretary
W. H. Borter
D. M. Doyle
G. M. Foster
G. B. Georgiev
R. M. jessee
C. C. Kim
M. Lau
S. F. Harrison, jr., Chair
E. M. Petrosky
A. L. Szeglin
D. G. Thibault
(SC IV)
Sullgr()lJp Ori
(SC III, IU""""U!""
2)
S. V. Voorhees, Chair
T. L. Bedeaux
K. j. Hoey
K. M. MeTague
P. A. Molvie
Sul)gr()up 011 Materials (SC IV)
R. W. Barnes, Chair
j. R. Cole, Secretary
B. K. Bobo
N. Broom
B. A. Erler
C. M. Faidy
j. M. Helmey
M. F. Hessheimer
R. S. Hilllli
E. V. Imbro
R. M. jessee
R. F. Reedy
Y. Urabe
K. M. MeTague, Chair
T. L. Bedeaux
j. P. Chieoine
j. A. Hall
Cast Imn Boilers (SC IV)
P. A. Larkin
W. D. Lemos
C. P. MeQuiggan
and Review III)
P. A. Larkin, Chair
j. A. Hall
W. D. Lemos
j. L. Seigle
R. F. Chair
W. H. Borter
M. N. Bressler
D. L. Caldwell
R. P. Deubler
8. A. Erler
W. C. LaRoehelie
j. D. Stevenson
W. L. Haag, jr., Chair
j. Calland
T. D. Gantt
W. D. Lemos
IV)
K. M. MeTague
F. j. Sehreiner
M. A. Taylor
T. E. Trant
Lornpoll1el1lts (SC In)
IV)
T. D. 8urehell, Chair
C. A. Sanna, .... t:>r,.t:>r;:,,.'1
R. L. Bratton
M. W. Davies
S. W. Doms
S. F.
O. Gelineau
M. N. Mitehell
N. N. Nemeth
T.Oku
M. Srinivasan
T. L. Bedeaux, Chair
j. Calland
C. M. Dove
W. D. Lemos
E. A. Nordstrom
j. L. Seigle
R. V. Wielgoszinski
..."'............. i'TT'=IL ON
NONDESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION (SC V)
T. C. Inman, Chair
A. C. Eberhardt, Vice Chair
C. A. Sanna, ...."',-,."'r;:,,.'1
N. Alchaar
T. D. Al-Shawaf
j. F. Artuso
H. G. Ashar
M.
B. A. Erler
F. Farzam
3C)
j. Gutierrez
j. K. Harrold
M. F. Hessheimer
T. E. johnson
N.-H. Lee
B. 8. Seott
R. E. Shewmaker
j. D. Stevenson
A. Y. C. Wong
T. Watson, Liaison Member
j. E. Batey, Chair
F. B. Kovaes, Vice Chair
S. Vasquez, Secretary
S. j. Akrin
j. E. Ayeoek
A. S. Birks
P. L. Brown
N. Y. Faransso
A. F.
G. W. Hembree
W. Kruzie
J. F. JVlainnlt12
R. D. MeGuire
D. R. jr.
F. J. Sattler
B. H. Clark, jr., Honorary
Member
H. C. Graber, Honorary
Member
O. F. Hedden, Honorary
Member
j. R. MacKay, Honorary
Member
G. McCarty, Honorary
Member
xxvii
Examilf1latilm Methods (se V)
R. W. Kruzic
D. Quattlebaum, Jr.
F. J. Sattler
M. j. Wheel
T. P. Pastor
M. D. Rana
G. B. Rawls, Jr.
S. C. Roberts
C. D.
A. Selz
S. C. Shah
J. C. Sowinski
C. H. Sturgeon
D. A. Swanson
K. K. Tam
E. L Thomas, Jr.
R. A. Whipple
U. R. Miller, Chair
R. E. Knoblock, nr'"at",,"
O.A.
R. j. Basile
M. R. Breach
F. L. Brown
J. R. Farr
J. P. Glaspie
C. E. Hinnant
W. S. Jacobs
M. D. lower
R. W. Mikitka
K. Mokhtarian
V)
G. W. Hembree
J. W. Houf
J. R.
J. P. Jr.
A. S. Birks, Chair
S. J. Akrin
P. L. Brown
N. Y. Faransso
G. W. Hembree
R. D. McGuire, Chair
J. E.
A. S.
N. Y. Faransso
Su!:)@"rlrlUIl on Voilulf1rletric Methods (se V)
SUi)2rl)UIl on Inspedil[)n (Se VIII)
G. W. Hembree, Chair
S. J. Akrin
J. E. Aycock
J. E. Batey
P. L. Brown
N. Y. Faransso
A. F. Garbolevsky
R. W. Hardy
R. A. Kellerhall
F. B. Kovacs
R. W. Kruzic
J. F. Manning
F. J. Sattler
C. D. Chair
E. A. Steen, Vice Chair
J. L Arnold
L. F. Campbell
H. E. Gordon
W. S. Jacobs
D. J. Kreft
C. D. lamb
j. S. lee
B. R. Morelock
M. J. Pischke
M. J. Rice
B. F. Sheliey
j. P. jr.
Acoustic Emissions (Se V)
Equliplf1rlent (Se VIII)
A. S. Olivares
F. L. Richter
K. j. Schneider
D. B. Stewart
D. A. Swanson
K. K. Tam
B. j. Lerch
S. Mayeux
U. R. Miller
T. W. Norton
Osweiller
R. j.
S. Yokell
R. P. Zoldak
S. M. Caldwell, Honorary
Member
R. Mahadeen, Chair
G. Aurioles, Secretary
S. R. Babka
j. H. Barbee
M.
J. \. Gordon
M. j. Holtz
E. Jehrio
S. C. Roberts, Chair
D. B. Demichael, Secretary
R. j. Basile
j. P. Glaspie
K. T. lau
M. D. Lower
C. C. Neely
A. F. Garbolevsky
R.W.
G. W. H<>mhr<><>
R. W. Kruzic
T. L. Plasek
J. E. Batey
J. F. Manning
Ultrasonics (SGNM) (se V)
R. A. Kellerhall
J. F. Manning
M. D. Moles
F. j. Sattier
ON (se
on (se V)
R. W. Kruzic, Chair
J. E.
N. Y. Faransso
O. F. Hedden
F. B. Kovacs, Chair
S. J. Akrin
J. E.
J. E. Batey
P. L. Brown
N. Y. Faransso
N. Y. Faransso, Chair
J. E.
T. P. Pastor, Chair
K. Mokhtarian, Vice Chair
S. J. Rossi,
R. J. Basile
J. Cameron
D. B. Demichael
J. P.
M. Gold
W. S. Jacobs
G. G. Karcher
K. T. Lau
j. S. Lee
R. Mahadeen
S. Malone
W. Mikitka
U. R. Miller
C.
D. T. Peters
M. J. Pischke
M. D. Rana
G. B. Rawls, Jr.
S. C. Roberts
C. D.
K. j. Schmeirler
A. Selz
j. R. Sims, Jr.
E. A. Steen
K. K. Tam
E. Upitis
E. L. Thomas, jr., Honorary
Member
R. Sims, Jr., Chair
S. Vasquez, Secretary
L. P.
R. C. Biel
D. j. Burns
P. N. Chaku
R. D. Dixon
M. E. Dupre
D.M.
W. Hiller
A.
M. M. james
jansson
j. A. Kapp
j.
D. P. Kendall
A. K. Khare
M. Mann
S. C. Mordre
G. j. Mraz
E. Perez
D. T. Peters
E. Roll
F. W. Tatar
S. Terada
IX)
j. Cameron, Chair
E. E. J\An,ro<:>,n<:>(Jo
D. C.
j. F.
E. L. Hibner
M. Katcher
W.M.
E. G. Nisbett
D. W. Rahoi
R. C. Sutherlin
E. Upitis
D. A. Sowers, Chair
V. A. Beli
L. P. Connor
R. S. Corbit
P. R. Evans
P. D. Flenner
j. M. Given, jr.
K. L. Hayes
j. S. Lee
W.M.
R. D. McGuire
M. B. Sims
G. W. Spohn II!
SutlP"l'llUIl 01'1 Pi"Jfli"3"lr'liu'3" Qualification (SC IX)
S. Malone, Chair
U. D'Urso, Secretary
F. L. Brown
S. Vasquez, Secretary
M. R. Minick
E. Soltow
A. A. Stupica D. A. Sowers, Chair
M. j. Rice, Secretary
M. Bernasek
R. K. Brown, jr.
A. S. Olivares
S. D. Reynolds, jr.
M. B. Sims
W. j. Sperko
S. A. Sprague
j. P. jr.
P. L. Van Fosson
T. C. Wiesner
Task
R. E. Nickell, Chair
G. A. Antaki
D. D. Barker
R. C. Biel
D. W. Bowman
D. L. Caldwell
A. M. Clayton
Vessels (SC VIU)
j. E. Didlake, jr.
T. A.
R. Forgan
B. L. Haroldsen
H. L. Heaton
E. A. Rodriguez
j. R. Sims, jr.
Honorary
W. K. Scattergood
(SC IX)
(SC X)
SUBCOMMITTEE ON WElDlNG (SC IX)
j. G. Feldstein, Chair
W. J. Sperko, Vice Chair
j. D. Wendler, Secretary
D. A. Bowers
R. K. Brown, jr.
M. L. Carpenter
L. P. Connor
P. D. Flenner
j. M. Given, jr.
j. S. Lee
W. M. Lundy
R. D. McGuire
S. R. Newmark
A. S. Olivares
M. j. Pischke
S. D. jr.
M. J. Rice
M. B. Sims
G. W. Spohn III
M. J. Stanko
P. L. Van Fosson
R. R. Young
D. Eisberg, Chair
P. j. Conlisk, Vice Chair
S. Vasquez, Secretary
F. L. Brown
J. L. Bustillos
W. Cowley
T. j. Fowler
D. H. Hodgkinson
L. E. Hunt
D. L. Keeler
B. M. Linnemann
j. C. Murphy
D. j. Painter
D. j. Pinell
G. Ramirez
J. R. Richter
j. A. Roiston
B. F. Shelley
F. W. Van Name
D. O. Yancey, jr.
P. H. Ziehl
01'1 Materials IX)
W. E. Norris
K.
W. R. Rogers III
D. A. Scarth
j. Schaaf, jr.
j. C. jr.
j. E.
G. L. Stevens
E. W. Throckmorton III
D. E. Waskey
R. A. West
C. j. Wirtz
C. S. Withers
R. A. Yonekawa
K. K. Yoon
T. Yuhara
Y.-S.
G. C. Park, Chair
R. W. Swayne, Vice Chair
R. L. Crane, Secretary
W. H. Bamford, jr.
R. C.
D. D. Davis
R. L.
E. L. Farrow
R. E. Gimple
F. E. Gregor
K. Hasegawa
D.O.Henry
R. D. Kerr
S. D. Kulat
G.L.
D. W. Lamond
j. T.
R. Newton
SUBCOMMITTEE ON
NUClEAR INSPECTION XI)
IX)
T. Melfi
S. D. jr.
C. E. Sainz
W.j.
M. j. Stanko
R. R. Young
H. S. Porter
P. L. Sturgill
K. R. Willens
A. F.
C. F.
j. P. Swezy, jr.
M. Chair
j. L.
M. Bernasek
L. Connor
R. M. Jessee
C. C. Kim
R. Newmark, Chair
P. R. Evans
R. M. jessee
A. S. Olivares
M. j. Pischke, Chair
E. W. Beckman
L. F. '--<U"IJ'J'-II
M. L. Carpenter
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XI) (se XI)
Honorary Members (Se XI)
R. W. Chair
G. C Vice Chair
R. L. Crane, Secretary
W. H. Bamford, Jr.
D. D. Davis
R. L. Dyle
R. E. Gimple
F. E. Gregor
O. F. Hedden
C G. McCargar
W. E. Norris
K.
F. J. jr.
j. C Spanner, Jr.
E. W. Throckmorton III
R. A. Yonekawa
D. A. Scarth, Chair
G. M. Wilkowski,
T. A. Bacon
W. H. Bamford, Jr.
R. C Cipolla
N. G. Cofie
S. K. Daftuar
G. H. De Boo
E. Friedman
B. R. Ganta
L. F. Goyette
K. 1-l"':Da:lUf"
P. H.
D. N.
K. Kashima
H. S. Mehta
K. Mi\i'aza.ki
J. S. Panesar
P. J. Rush
K. K. Yoon
V. A. Zilberstein
L. J. Chockie
C D. Cowfer
O. F. Hedden
J. P. Houstrup
L. R. Katz
P. C Riccardella
C G. Chair W. L. Chase
(se XI)
SUll2:rlrmn on Evaluation Standards XI)
Sul)2rl[)UD on Nondestructive Ex'lmina1:ion (SC XI)
W. H. Bamford, Jr., Chair
G. L. Stevens, 'DE'YDI'''Y''
R. C Cipolla
S. Coffin
G. H. De Boo
B. R. Ganta
T. J. Griesbach
K. Hasegawa
D. N. Hopkins
Y.lmamura
K. Koyama
D. R. Lee
H. S. Mehta
J. G. Merkle
S. Ranganath
D. A. Scarth
K. R. Wichman
K. K. Yoon
Y.-S. Chang, Delegate
j. C Spanner, jr., Chair
G. A. Lofthus, (.:""'YL"d'..,y,.
N. R.
T. L. Chan
C B. Cheezem
D. R. Cordes
F. j. Dodd
F. E. Dohmen
M. E. Gothard
D. O.
M. R. Hum
G. L.
j. T.
G. R. Perkins
A. S. Reed
F. j. Schaaf, jr.
C J. Wirtz
on flaw Evaluation (SG=ES) (Se XI)
on Personnel QUlali1fic.ltioln and Surface,
Current (SG=NDE) (SC XI)
R. Hall
j. K. McClanahan
A. McNeill1ll
L. 1\A".ntrr"...... or\l
E. j. Sullivan, jr.
R. jr.
A. S. Reed
D. Spake
j. C Spanner, jr.
C j. Wirtz
on
D. W. Lamond, Chair
j. M. ~ o l l g h r n a n
j. j.
G. Fechter
K. W. Hall
R. Cordes, ,,,,r'yat"YlI
B. L. Curtis
N. Farenbaugh
G. B. Georgiev
D.O.
j. T.
j. G. Merkle
M. A. Mitchell
K. Miyazaki
R. K. Qashu
S. Ranganath
P. j. Rush
D. A. Scarth
T. S. Schurman
W. L. Server
F. A. Simonen
K. R. Wichman
M. Wilkowski
K. K. Yoon
S. Yukawa
V. A. Zilberstein
R. C Cipolla, Chair
G. H. De Boo, Secretary
W. H. Bamford, Jr.
M. Basol
J. M. Bloom
B. R. Ganta
T. J. Griesbach
H. L. Gustin
F. D. Hayes
P. H.
D. N.
Y.lmamura
K. Koyama
D. R. Lee
H. S. Mehta
(se XI)
on Procedlure Qualifica1:ion
T. J. Griesbach, Chair
K. R. Baker
W. H. Bamford, Jr.
H. Behnke
B. A.
T. L. Dickson
S. R. Gosselin
S. N. Malik
H. S. Mehta
R. Pace
S. Ranganath
W. L. Server
E. A.
F. A. Simonen
G. L. Stevens
D. P. Weakland
K. K. Yoon
M. E. Gothard, Chair
G. R. Perkins, <';""'yol'"y,,
C Cheezem
A. D. Chockie
S. R. Doctor
F. J. Dodd
F. E. Dohmen
K. j.
R. Kellerhall
D. Kurek
G.L.
G. A.
CE.
S. A.
R. V. Swain
xxx
Req!uiremel1lts (se XI)
E. L. Farrow
R. K. Mattu
S. R. Seott
C. S. Withers
S. D. Kulat
D. G. Naujoek
T. Nomura
C. M. Ross
R. L. Turner
R. A. West
G. E. Whitman
K. W. Hall
D. W. Lamond
j. T.
R. K. Mattu
P. j. O'Regan
N. A. Palm
M. A. Pyne
F. A. Simonen
R. A. West
j. C. Younger
A. T. Keim, Alternate
011
Systems
(Se XI)
K. Rhyne, Chair
E. j. Maloney, Secretary
T. L. Chan
j. D. Ellis
K. B. Thomas, Chair
D. Song, Secretary
V. L. Armentrout
G. L. Belew
C.
H.Q.Do
R. Fougerousse
M. R. Hum
S. D. Kulat, Chair
A. MeNeill III, Secretary
j.M.
S. A.
B. A. Bishop
S. T. Chesworth
C. Cueto-Felgueroso
H.Q.Do
R. Fougerousse
M. R. Graybeal
j. Hakii
R. D. Kerr
C. C. Kim
M. Lau
S. L. MeCraeken
B. R. Newton
j. E. O'Sullivan
j. G. Weieks
K. R. Willens
Programs (SG=RRA) (Se XI)
D. R. Graham
G. F. Harttraft
R. R. Stevenson
R. W. Swayne
A. H. Taufique
T. P. Vassallo, Jr.
R. A. Yonekawa
R. D. Kerr
S. L. MeCraeken
B. R. Newton
j. E. O'Sullivan
W. R. III
R. R. Stevenson
R. W. Swayne
D. E. Waskey
j. G. Weicks
C. S. Withers
011
(Se XI)
D. E. Waskey, Chair
R. E. Cantrell, Secretary
S. j. Findlan
P. D. Fisher
K. A. Gruss
M. L. Hall
R. A. Hermann
R. P. Indap
R. A. Yonekawa, Chair
E. V. Farrell, jr., "Dr-rDt"lr\/
S. B. Brown
R. E. Cantrell
P. D. Fisher
E. B. Gerlaeh
R. E. Gimple
D. R. Graham
R. A. Hermann
E. V. 1mbro
E. B. Gerlaeh, Chair
S. B. Brown, Secretary
A. V. Du Bouehet
G. G. Elder
E. V. Farrell, jr.
S. K. Fisher
j. M. Gamber
(se XI)
on Review (se XI)
E. W. Throekmorton III, Chair
j. M. Agold, "Dr'rDt"lrl/
G. L. Belew
j. M. Boughman
D. D. Davis
H. Q. Do
j. D. Ellis
E. L. Farrow
M. j. Ferlisi
O. F. Hedden
M. L. Herrera
S. D. Kulat
D. W. Lamond
A. MeNeilllll
W. E. Norris
D. Song
j. E. Staffiera
H. M. Stephens, jr.
K. B. Thomas
R. A. West
G. E. Whitman
H. L. Graves III, Alternate
R. W. Swayne, Chair
C. E. Moyer
T. A. Meyer, Chair
D. V. Burgess, Secretary
D. D. Davis
F. E. Gregor
j. E. Staffiera
C. j. Wirtz
Extension (se XI)
P.-T. Kuo
R. L. Turner
G. G. Young
XII)
B. j. Kruse
M. N. Mitchell
F. j. Sehaaf, jr.
R. W. Swayne
G. McRae
M. R. Miniek
M. D. Pham
M. D. Rana
S. Staniszewski
M. R. Toth
A.
S. V. \/rH,rn""",,
Readol's (se XI)
sUBeOMMITTEE ON TRANSPORT TANKS
A. Selz, Chair
L. Plano, Secretary
P. D. Stumpf, Secretary
A. N. Antoniou
C. Beeht IV
M. L. Coats
M. A. Garrett
C. H. Hochman
G. G. Kareher
j. Fleteher, Chair
M. A. Loekwood, Secretary
N. Broom
K. N.
W. A. O.
LOl1lt'lIil1lmelllt (SG=wes)
H. T. Hill
R. D.
C. N.
D. Naus
S. C.
H.M. jr.
W. E. Norris, Alternate
on ISI Opitimiization XI)
A. H. Mahindrakar
D. G.
K. B. Thomas
G. E. Whitman
Y.
E. A.
D. R.
R. L. Turner, "Dr'rDt"lr\/
W. H. Bamford, jr.
j.M.
j. E. Staffiera, Chair
H. Ashar
S. G. Brown
K. K. N. Chao
R. C. Cox
j. W. Crider
M. j. Ferlisi
H. L. Graves III
xxxi
01'1
M. D. Rana, Chair
G. G. Karcher
S. L. McWilliams
N. j. Paulick
M. D. Pham
T. A.
A. P. \/::llrahp>c:.p>
M. R.
E. A. Whittle
R. j. Basile, Chair
R. W. Barnes
M. R. Breach
R. P. Deubler
G. G. Graven
G. L. Hollinger
R. I. jetter
D. P. jones
R. W. Mikitka
U. R. Miller
W. j. O'Donnell
R. D. Schueler, jr.
A. Selz
XII)
K. Matsunaga
G. A. Miller
W. D. Reinhardt
D. H.
G. Sannazzaro
T. G. Seipp
D. A. Swanson
G. Taxacher
E. L. Thomas, jr.
R. A.
G. L. Hollinger, Chair
S. A. Adams
M. R. Breach
R. G. Brown
R. j. Gurdal
C. F. Heberling Il
C. E. Hinnant
P.
D. P. jones
A. Kalnins
W. j. Koves
M. A. Garrett
K. L. Gilmore
j. L. Rademacher
T. Rummel
M. R. Toth
L.
D. j. Kreft
G. McRae
M. R. Minick
A. S. Olivares
C. H. Hochman, Chair
T. W. Alexander
D. M. Allbritten
C. A. Betts
j. F. Cannon
j. L. Freiler
W. L. Garfield
S. V. Voorhees, Chair
j. A. Byers
B. L. Gehl
L. D. Holsinger
T. E. McGreevy
K. A. Moore
W. j. O'Donneli
D. A. Osage
j. S. Porowski
B. Riou
T.-L. Sham
M. S. Shelton
R. W. Swindeman
D. P. jones
G. Kharshafdjian
S.
T. Nakamura
D. H.
G. Taxacher
H. H. Ziada
R. I. jetter, Chair
T.
C. IV
j. F. Cervenka
D. S. Griffin
B. F. Hantz
M. H. jawad
W. j. Koves
S.
D. L. Marriott
P. Hsu
W. j. O'Donnell, Chair
S. A. Adams
P. R. Donavin
J. Gurdal
C. F. Hp!')P>r!iina
M. A. DeVries, Alternate
C. E. Ford, Alternate
T. E. Hansen, Alternate
G. L. Alternate
D. j. jenkins, Alternate
B. B. MacDonald, Alternate
R. D. Mile, Alternate
G. P. Milley, Alternate
T. W. Norton, Alternate
H. R. Staehr, Alternate
j. A. West, Alternate
O. E. Trapp, Senior Consultant
A. j. Spencer, Honorary
A1ember
V.
01'1 ANO
ACCREDITATION (SCQBPVA)
D. E. Tuttle
E. A. Whittle
Bynog, Alternate
c.
W. C. LaRochelle, Chair
P. D. Edwards, Vice Chair
K. I. Baron, "'Pf'r'pr2r'1I
M. B.
P. Hackford
K. T. Lau
L. E. McDonald
K. M.
B. R. Morelock
j. D.
D. E. Tanner
Stevenson, Chair
W. C. LaRochelle, Vice Chair
j. Pang, "Pf'"pt::lrll
M. N. Bressler
S. M. Goodwin
K. A. Huber
M. Kotb
j. C. Krane
C. A. Lizotte
R. P.
M. R.
Prasse
Quaka
A. T. Roberts
(SCQNA)
D. E. Tanner
D. M.
G. Bynog, MoI/f-'rfl;.Jff-'
G. Alternate
P. D. Alternate
j. W. Alternate
K. M. Hottle, Alternate
B. G. Kovarik, Alternate
P. F. Prescott, Alternate
S. Toledo, Alternate
E. A. Whittle, Alternate
R. V. Alternate
L. Wiger, Alternate
O. E. Senior Consultant
M. R. Breach, Chair
R. W. Mikitka, "'Df'/"Dr::>/"II
G. G. Graven
V. T. I-lwang
j. C.
R. B. Luney
R. W. Mikitka, Chair
G. Bibel
H. A. Bouzid
A. Chaudouet
S. N. Pagay
j. Madden
D. R. Palmer
A. Pfeifer
M. D. Rana
j. R.
P. G.
R. W. Schneider
R. D. Schueler, jr.
A. Selz
M. S. Shelton
xxxii
D. B. Demichael, Chair T. M. Parks
S. F. Harrison, jr., Chair j. P. Glaspie
j. F. Bali D. K. Parrish
j. A. West, Vice Chair H. L
G. Brazier j.W.
S. j. Rossi, Secretary W. F. Hart
j. P. j.W.
j. F. Bali C. A. Neumann
C. A. Neumann j. C. Standfast
S. Cammeresi T. M. Parks
A. Cox D. K. Parrish
on ( S C ~ S V R )
R. D. Danzy D. j. Scallan
D. B. Demichael j. C. Standfast A. Cox, Chair W. F. Hart
R. j. Doelling Z. j. E. Brit1 K. G. Roth
S. Cammeresi D. j. Scallan
G. D. Goodson Z. Wang
on (SC-SVR)
j. A. West, Chair H. L
C. E. Beair D. Miller
R. D. Danzy T. Patel T. j. Bevilacqua, Chair Y.-S. Lai
R. j. Doelling T. R. S. j. Rossi, Secretary D. Miller
S. F. Harrison, jr. j. A. West
xxxiv
SUMMARY
The 2007 Edition of this Code has been revised in its This as described in the l-"I"O\A/,"l"n
becomes six months after the date of 2007 Edition. To invoke this revision before
the use the 112007 Editionl/ in documentation by this Code. lf you choose
not to invoke this revision before the use the designation 112004 Edition through the 2006
Addenda
ll
in documentation
NOTE: Volume 57 of the !nt'''l"nl"oto>tif"\nc to Section VIII-2 of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code follows
the last page of this Edition.
xxxv
xxxvi
Overview 1-3
IIl"annc.df"lte- for .
This Division .
Classifications the of this Division 1
Units 1
1
The
Introduction 1-1
11- ''''''''''' 1-10
Code Revisions or Additions 1-1
Code 1 1
1-11
,hnt".itt""le- 1
Introduction 3
Definition of -13
this division and eSltablist1es of
the
aOIJlic:able materia!
curves
V A ~ ; S A I S and
.. ",,,,,,,,,,.., ... '1-,.. "'''','"....... ''''''' the examination
f)
i)
in this 1
1
movement of
oel:WE!en work sites or
shall of Section I or Section
1)
which steam
1) first circumferential
screwed connections.
c)
tl!U'''''1o.rl connections.
to
this construction
nrnnorlu on the vessel nr'!:Jl\B\lIFln
to rules that
Sections.
f)
that serve such purposes
that pressure
1)
or
other inrl'1I'o.,"'t
when none
(1
with limitation on
",n..,''U'1f\rH''l 0110"""0""'1'''' shall not 03
i) 150 mm
j) Pressure
covered in
1
111'0"'1'\00'\1'''' for
vessels human occupancy
1
c)
the
such ASME/ANSI ..'l''''''l9Irt,,,,, ..,,,, ..
pressure vessel
CICC\l\/l"'lcr'c in this
1
SI or
IU"Oi"'l"\lO,nTC' of this edition
certification overpressure
b)
than
ofthat
units
and
c) units. When
executed variables
in other units shall converted to
result from execution of
1) Conversion
in the tables
fraction and do not
in
!ctf'\i"'l"\I'!:II"\I units or SI
Ih..... i t t ~ 1 of
Vessel
1)
1) to
n.II"Of"TIH into the
c)
1)
c)
1"0"""'''>1141 and
revision or addition.
or
1
Definitions to
words such as
shall understood to mean that
the rules of this Division and
aPlolic:able Manufacturer's Data
of
and/or
has
such review
Such words
to administrative
nor...d"\I"n'\ administrative functions on its
and examinations of
with the
that intersect the shell or
Jurisdictional eglJialUOrls aioollcable to
nrrr,,,,,u;,;,n in this
rocn,.,.nCR'hI1i1tH of
SI or
!:Ilnf'\th&:::lfi" the units
construction.
c)
i)
"" ....",""1',,,,,..,""'\1 information
cubie
that both
converted
j)
k)
I)
1
1
5.5%
-0.8%
2.6%
0.3%
.0%
Size ' ..
Size mm
1 25
11/8 29
11/4 32
1-1/2 38
2 50
2.. 1/4 57
2.. 1/2 64
3 75
3-1/2 89
4 100
~ .
4-1/2 114
5 125
6 150
8 200
12 300
18 450
20 500
24 600
36 900
40 1000
54 1350
60 1500
72 1800
1/8
NPS 3/8
NPS 1
NPS46
NPS48
NPS 60
.........................................................................................................................2-38
..................................................................................................................................2-40
of the user on
pressure vessel to be constructed
contain sufficient to
... with Division. It is the userls roc'nnncll"\lll'tu
Addenda to be used construction.
exposure, wind
include but not be limited to the TnllnUD'II"'In
relevant factors
User's
Installation Site
Location
Jurisdictional if apl:>lIc:aOlle
Environmental conditions
i) Wind
ii)
Snow loads
Lowest
Identification
number identification
location
c)
1nO,,.,,,,!",,,,,,,,, Conditions
in
f)
transient
1)
and the
based
i)
ii)
/"'1"\1/""I"\.".,l"\n and/or ",,.,.,,.,,.,/"',n allO\Jvarlce
tl"\l1l"\\u.nn criteria.
i}
1}
i}
units
1) installation
This
documented in the User's
i)
ii}
pressure relief
user shall what additional
restricted
nondestructive examinations
treatments
c)
1)
Position of is
1.
The
..oen"" ... ",'hlo for ali technical
processo
Selection
"""""+"",,..,,,,1 substitutions the
.... ,."'''''''''''''' a Manufacturer's that includes:
Final as-built r'l ..",u,,,.. ,,,,,,,,
actual material used for each ",,,,,,,.,,.,""""n,,.,.nl"
c) est:ablllsn that as shown on the rI""'''u",',,,,,,,," ",,,,,rVilnl,o,,,"
conditions that been <'"".",,,,'f'i,,,,rI
in
calculations 1) Documentation of
i)
ii)
calculation results
x)
cf
c)
the Manufacturer to Section IX to nQri'nrlrrl
rOC"nnne-ihili'hl and control is
the Manufacturer.
examination
.rnl""v::u-,,,,,,o,,, in
the obtain
of
roriifit"'.::l1o of is
in maintain the
and the reconciliation
Inspec:tor shall the Manufacturer's
shall to the User's
shown in
to
c)
f)
enforcement
c)
ali
included in
Manufacturer's
c)
The instructions in
Manufacturer's
indicate
x x
x 10
14
Name and address of Manufacturer
Name address purchaser.
Name of user, and address where vessel is to be installed.
Name and address of Manufacturer who will use the vessel part in making the complete vessel
Type of vessel, such horizontal or vertical, tank, separator, heat exchanger, reactor.
Brief description of part (Le., shell, two-piece head, tube, bundle).
An Manufacturer's serial number marked on the vessel (or vessei Annex
Applicable Jurisdiction Registration No.
Indicate numbers, including revision numbers, which cover generai assembly and list
materials. For registration, number of the drawing appraved by the applicable
jurisdictional authority.
Organization that prepared drawing.
Where National Board Number fram Manufacturer's Series of National Board
Numbers. Board Number shall not be used for owner-inspected vessels
date of Section VIII, Division and Addenda under which vessel was manufactured
Ali code case numbers when the vessel is manufactured to any Cases.
To be completed when one or more of the vessel are furnished by others and certified on
Data Form required Annex The part manufacturer's name and serial
number indicated.
x x
x
15
16
Show the ASME Spl3cificajtion
vessel is to
of the actual material used in the
"SA-285 C").
may
of vessel in the test
that do not
8 for
Show opening designated inspection. Show location.
Show other nozzles and openings by size and type (see 50)
for additional comments, including Code restrictions on the vessei or unusual
requirements that have been met, as those noted in ,22, 31, 33, or in
Part 1, paragraphs 1.2.1 and 1.2.2, or Part 5, paragraph 5.10. Indicate stiffening rings, if used.
Describe contents service of the vessel.
Indicate nozzle or other opening that is designated for pressure relief.
Show hydrostatic or other tests made with specified test IJ! !:';:O;::' 1.1 I 1::1
position. Cross out words (pneumatic, hydrostatic, or f'1"'Ir'nhin::llrinn
Indicate if vessel
requirements for combination units
Indicate for support of the vessel and any attachments for superimposed
Indicate whether fatigue analysis is required per Part 4.
35
38
37
36
34
33
39
40 x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x x 41
Certificate of block is to show the name the Manufacturer shown on his
ASME Code of Authorization. This should be in accordance with
organizational authority defined in the Quality ControI System (see
class designation
for a specific item on the Data
A-3" on the Data Identify
Registration Locale.
Indicate data, if known.
Data entries with descriptions to Inspector. Abbreviations, coded identification, or
reference to Code Figure and number be used to define name. For
ASME 816.5 f1anges, the class should be Flange facing and to is
not required. Some typical abbreviations are shown below
Flanged fabricated nozzle: CI. 300 flg
Long weld neck CI. 300 Iwn
Weid
Fili in information for which there was insufficient
Form as identified by the notation "See attached
information by the applicable Report Item Number.
This National Board Commission Number must shown when the vessel is
"i\I"tinn<>1 Board." Otherwise, show only his state or province Commission Number.
This certificate is to be by the Manufacturer to show the dispol:iitic)n of the User's
Specification and the Report, and to the individuals who
them per 2, paragraphs and respectively (see 49).
Fili in information identical to that shown on the Data
supplementary.
This certificate is to be completed by the Manufacturer and signed by the Authorized Inspector
who performs the shop inspection.
This certificate is for the Authorized to sign for any field construction or
work (see 44 for National Board Number requirements). indicate the method
to pressure test the vessel.
48
50
49
46
44
45
42
47 x
x
x
x
x
x
x
A
c
D
J
Letter symbols indicate instructions that the instructions of
The A3L is not available as shown. It is intended as an example of for
reporting data far vessel of construction. It is intended that the Manufacturer to
provide supplementary data describes his vessel.
Note the performed (RT, PT, MT, UT).
Applies only when heads are of layered construction.
Indicates if seamless or welded.
When more than one layer thickness is used, add lines needed.
Indicate diameter of vent holes in the layers.
Indicate whether vent holes are in random locations in each layer, or are drilled through ali layers.
Indicate locations of nozzles and openings; layered shell; layered head.
Indicate method of attachment and reinforcement of nozzles and openings in layered shells and layered heads. Refer
to figure number if applicable.
1. Manufactured and certified by
(Name and address of manufaclurer)
IVIi::lIlUIi::l\jI.U1t::U for
3. installation
(Name and address of purchaser)
(Name and address)
3
4. Type 5
Horiz. or ver!o tank
7
Mfr.'s Serial No.
8
CRN
9
Drawing No.
11
Nal'!. Bd. No. Year bult
5. The chemical and physical proper!ies of ali
construction, and workmanship conform lo
meel the requirements of material specifications of the ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE. The design,
Code, Seclion VIII, Division 2.
ta
6. Shell 15
Material (Spec. No., Grade)
7. Seams 20
Longitudinal
23 21
Gir!h Heat treatment
8. Heads: (a) Matl.
16
Nom. thk.
17
Corr. allow.
21
Heat treatment
24
Nondestructive Examination
18
diameter
19
Length (overall)
24
Nondestructive Examination
25
No. of Courses
9. If removable, bolts used (describe other fastenings):
10. Jacket closure ----lf bar, give dimensions
Describe as ogee and weld, bar. etc
27
Matl. Spec. No. Grade Size Number
If bolted, describe or sketch.
----------
30 Min. design metal tempo __3_2__ at __3_2_
(external)
At test temperature of .__:...-.3::..1:...-. _
33
11. MAWP
Impact test
Hydro., pneu.,
13
12. Tubesheets 15 16 17
13. Tubes
15
15
Mati. (Spac. No.. Grade)
Diam. (Subject to pressure)
(Diam.)
0.0.
Nom. thk.
16
Nom. thk.
NOlll. thk.
Corr. Allow.
17
Corr. Allow.
Number
Attach. (wid., bolted)
Attach. (wid., bolted)
Type (straight or IIU")
diameter
19
Length (overall)
15.
Gir!h
20
Longitudinal
21
Heat treatment
Heat treatment
Radiographic treatment
Matl.
Radiographic treatment
No. of Courses
17.
Matl. Spec. No. Grade Size Number
Min. design metaI tempo __3_2__ at __3_2_ 18.
This Form (E001121) may be obtained fram ASME, arder Dept.. Law Drive. 2300, Fairfield. NJ 07007-2300
terrlpel'ature of 31
Items below to be ali vessels where
2007 VIII - D!V!S!ON
FORM A-1 (Back)
19. Nozz!es inspection and safety valve openings
PU! No Diam. or Size Type Material Nom. Thk. Reinforcement Material How Location
(!n!et, Out!et, Drain, etc) Attached
34,35,36 35 35,50 15,51 16,52 36
20. Support Skirt
-:-:Ye-s-30-7r7N:-o-LU9S
_--:-:__Legs
No.
Other AUached
--7
N
:-
o
-- ----:D=-e-s-cr7.
ib
-
e
---
Where and how
21. Service: Fatigue analysis required 38 39
or Describe contents or service
Remarks: 21,22,24,31,33,37,40,47
43
Vesse! made by
I, the undersigned or Province of
VIII, Division of the ASME
Authorized Inspector
construction of ali parts of this vessel conforms with the requirements of
CODE.
r-.- and employed by of --J
, have inspected the pressure vessel described in on
, and state that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the Manufacturer has constructed this pressure vessel in accordance with ASME Code, Section
VIII, Division 2. this certificate neither the nor his makes warranty, or implied, concerning the pressure
vessel described Data neither nor employer be liab!e in any manner for any personal
or property damage or a !oss of kind from or connected with this
43
Assembler that certified and constructed field assembly
"U2" Certificate of Authorization No expires
Date ---CC::--
o
-.-na-m-e-
--------
Signed
Representative
45
I, the undersigned, holding valid commission issued by the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vesse! Inspectors and/or the State or Province of
I- and emp!oyed by of .,- .,---;__--:--; ---j
have compared the statements in this and state that parts referred to as data items
knowledge and be!ief, the Manufacturer has
Nat'!. Board (i nel. Endorsements), State, Provo and No.
ure vessel described in
any personal injury or property
me and that, to the best of
Code, Section VIII, Division
not included in the certificate of shop inspection, have been
constructed and assembled this vesse! in accordance the
The described vessel was and subjected to hydrostatic test of.
this certificate neither the !nspector nor his
Data Furthermore, neither
damage or a loss of any fram or connected with
Date
1. Manufactured by
Manufactured far
3. Location of installation
4. Type 5 7 8 9 11
Horiz. or vert. tank Mfr.'s Serial No. CRN Drawing No. Nat'l .. Bd. No. Year built
19
Length (overall)
24
No. of Courses
18
diameter
21
17
Corr. allow.
Heat treatment
24
Radiographic treatment
16
Nom. thk.
meet the requirements of material specifications of the ASME BOILER ANO PRESSURE VESSEL CODE. The design,
Code, Section VIII, Division 2.
5.
The chemical and physical properties of ali
construction, and workmanship conform to
12
Year
6. Constructed to:
io
7. Shell 15
Material (Spec. No., Grade)
8. Seams 20
Longitudinal
23 21
Girth Heat treatment
9. Heads: (a) Matl.
10. If removable, bolts used (describe other fastenings): 27
11. Jacket closure _--::---:':' 2....,8_.,..,..-.,.--__:----lf bar, give dimensions
Describe as ogee and weld, bar. etc
Matl. Spec. No. Grade Size Number
_________If bolted, describe or sketch.
12. MAWP
Impact test
Hydro., pneu.,
30
(internai)
30 Min. design metal tempo __3_2__ at __3_2_
(external)
At test temperature of 31
33
15 18 16 17
Diam. (Subject to pressure) Nom. thk. Corro Allow. Attach. (wid., bolted)
15 16 17
(Diam. ) Nom. thk. Corr. Allow. Attach. (wid., bolted)
15 14. Tubes
13. Tubesheets
to incl.
15. Shell
Corr. allow.
18
diameter
19
Length (overall)
16. Seams 20 21
Longitudinal Heat treatment Radiographic treatmant
Girth Heat treatment Radiographic treatment No. of Courses
17. Heads: (a) Matl. Matl.
18.
Matl. Spac. No. Grade Size Numbar
Charpy impact__-.,.-_3_1 _
metal tempo
30 tempo 19. Design presso 29
at test tempo of 31
hydro., or comb. pressure test _
This 14) may obtained fram ASME, Dept.. Drive. 2300, Fairfield. NJ
2007 VIII - DIVISION 2
ltems below to be ali vessels where
FORM (Back)
20. Nozzles inspection a1d safet\ valve openinls
Purpose No IDiam or Size Type Material Nom. Thk.
-'''''"
Material How Attached Location
(Inlet, Outlet, Drain, etc)
34 35 35 15 16 36
35 50 51 52
36
48
Where and how Describe
Attached
---::::---::----
No
Other
---,-,---
_-,,-,__Legs
No.
21. Support Skirt _:-:--_37--:-:-_Lugs
Ves or No
Remarks: 21,22,24,31,33,37,40,47
41
Representative Manllfactllrer
expires
41
are correct and that ali details of design, materiaI, construction, and workmanship of this vessel conforms to
VIII, Division 2.
41
Co. name
---------
41
We that the statements in this
the Code for Pressure Vessels,
"U2" Certificate of Authorization No
Date
AlIthorized Inspector
1. Manufactured and certified by
2. Manufactured for
3. Location of installation
4. Type 5
Horiz. or vert. tank
7
Mfr.'s Serial No.
8
CRN
9
Drawing No.
11
Nat'!.. Bd. No. Year built
This form (E00119) may be obtained fram the ASME, Order Dept., 22 Law Drive, Box 2300, Fairfield, NJ 07007-2300.
1. Manufactured and certifted by
2. Manufactured for
3. Location cf installation
4. Type 5
Horiz. or ver!o tank
7
Mfr.'s Serial No.
8
CRN
9
Drawing No.
11
Nat'!. Bd. No. Year built
Daim Hole
(a) Layered Shell
(b) Layered Head
G
Staggered Layers Or Radiai Thraugh
H
Item 24
(Remarks)
B
This form (E00119) may be obtained fram the ASME, Order Dept., 22 Law Drive, Box 2300, Fairfield, NJ 07007-2300.
wriUen
Manufacturerls processes.
the or
information learned about
ali wiii
Division 1.
the
shall as
shall include to
the Manufacturer's
c)
f""\li"\f"irlolnt MAWP accordance with
f) built.
ali the aPl=IIlClble included.
1)
i) follows:
when been
t"r.It'V'IInlo'l'O vessel
c) Manufacturer's
.d and .e not
1)
C''I",",l'YIr,or! with low stress
Manufacturer in
ii)
...""n,,,",,,!:>. of am.i-WBIU
i)
ii)

far
cantaur
N/mm (8 width
Minimum
1) may
il.
an !:l\''''II''OOflY'lon'l' with
c) the apPllcant '''''''''''''\l'''t::- his
Manufacture of location.
or
,th",,,i"'':3h...,,,,, does
not
I-rU"rUnf"1lC' 3-10
O
3-11
3-11
1
1
dissimilar will not
of Section Il,
dissimilar
and
Manufacturer.
c)
minimum nominai
filler in
shall not be used in
this '-"""""'.u,
nor'I'''1i''''TTori in
li'l' .. ov-::,rni."\o.rl in "'f"i''''''''',/"I-::''''f''O
in nominai thickness
in nominai thickness shall examined
other
any
or
c)
If
vessel
c)
1)
i)
(
c)
c)
i)
ii)
ii)
(1
filler
Number detemined
of not
b)
c)
1.. ......,..,'1",,.. chromium
Martensitic chromium
thinner.
1)
1
or
c)
and shall conform in ali resloects
IL"'-""'L.<:H (1
c)
1
Annex
s
in
in of
this
8


0.50-1.30
0.50-1.30
0,30-1.10
0.30-1.10
0.05-0.35
0.20-0.50
0.05-0.35
0.20-0.50 2.00-2.60 0.90-1 0.015 max
0.015 max
0.015 max
0.015 max
0.015 max
Plates
0.20-0.40
0.20-0.40
0.20-0.40
0.20-0.40
0.010-0.040
0.010-0.040
0.010-0.040
0.010-0.040
ND4400 N04405
N06600
N10001, N1D665
ND8800,ND8810
ND8825
ND6625
UNS
o
o
3
o
o o
4.6
8.9
36.8
40.9
0.0
36.5
5.0
3.0
0.0
0.539
0.610
0.648
0.831
1.000
0.781
0.447 53.6
95.2 58.1
0.395 35.0
68.1
0.349 40.9
0.309 48.0
Minimum
Maximum
: --- Condition
Condition
Note: These
satisfied.
0.50 1.00 1
36 38 4 o
,mm
6
1O ............
O
80
,mm
Width
40
30
10
~
~ ..
o
O
Maximum Nominai h'9"'VnL"''''''''' of Materiai or in.
4
0.6
~
~
~
~
0.0
o 40 60 80 100
Nominai or
0.00 0.25
Not sut!IJect
00 90 10
-60 ...........".....-+-r--,--..-t-'
O
mm
D
Notes
fabricated
for
1 of
Section
Welded
Welded or without
or or
or
Ihs::>,c:h,::>s::>t with
Joint
Pressure ('nlntainir1'i"l Part
Welded Connection
40 60 100
60
0.0 ........
O
in
00
o. o +--.......,....----,-..,...............j.............,.-..,..--,------+-.,....-...........- - - . - - l - - - - - . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . - - - - , - - + - - - ~ . . . . . . . . . , . - ~ ~
o
3.13
o 10 30 50
Plate
Direction of
::l
Cl
lf)
N
ci
+
o
N
+
Cl
lf)
('f)
+
8
Cr + Mo + O.7Nb
in this Division forms shown below.
c)
f) 3.A.6
for forms
Table
c) Steel Section Il,
Table
f) Nickel and Nickel
Titanium and Titanium
shown
this
c) this
'tnllnuJann tables
SA-335
SA-335
SA-336
SA-336
SA-336
SA-336
SA-336
SA-336
SA-336
SA-350
SA-350
Mn-%Mo
1Cr-1/5Mo
1Cr-1/5Mo
%Cr-1/5Mo
-
SA-372 %Cr-1/5Mo
1Cr-1/5Mo
1Cr-1/5Mo
9Ni
SA-508 3%Ni-1%Cr-%Mo-V
SA-508 3%Ni-1%Cr-%Mo-V
----
%Cr-%Mo-Si
%Cr-1/5Mo-V
1%Cr-%Mo-Ti
-
%Ni-%Cr-%Mo-V
-----
SA-517 J C-%Mo
P %Ni-1Cr-%Mo
I K81340 9Ni
SA-533 Mn-%Mo-%Ni Plate
SA-533 Mn-%Mo-%Ni
SA-543 3Ni-1%Cr-%Mo
- - _ . " ~ - - - - - -
3Ni-1%Cr-%Mo
3Ni-1%Cr-%Mo
SA-543 %Cr-%Mo Plate
2%Ni-1%Cr-%Mo
2%Ni-1 %Cr-%Mo
SA-268
SA-312
SA-312
SA-312
SA-4D3
SA-4D3
SA-4D3
SA-4D3
SA-4D3
SA-4D3
Wld.
Wid.
Wld.
Wld.
Wld.
Wld.
Wld.
Wld.
Wld.
Wld.
Wld.
3Ni-5Mn
13Cr
18Cr-8Ni
18Cr-8Ni
18Cr-8Ni
25Cr-20Ni
18Cr-8Ni-N
25Cr-20Ni-Cb
21Cr-6Ni-9Mn
16Cr-12Ni-2Mo
.---\------=---=------1
16Cr-12Ni-2Mo SA-965
SA-965
SA-965
SA-965
SA-965
SA-965
SA-965
SA-814
58-366
Ti-O.3Mo-O.8Ni
Ti Smls.
Ti Smls.
S8-338 Ti Smls. Tube
Smls.
Ti Smls.
S8-338 Ti-O.3Mo-O.8Ni Smls.
S8-338 Ti Wld.
Wld. Tube
3 Wld. Tube
Ti - Pd Wld. Tube
Pd Wld.
Ti-O.3Mo-O.8Ni Wld.
Ti billet
Ti billet
S8-348 R50550 billet
Ti - Pd billet
Ti Pd billet
Ti-O.3Mo-O.8Ni billet
Ti
S8-381
S8-381
S8-381
Nuts
Nuts
Nuts
Nuts
Cr-%Mo-V
Cr-%Mo-V
1Cr-%Mo-V
1Cr-%Mo-V
1Cr-%Mo-V




2Ni-%Cr-1/3Mo
2Ni-%Cr-1/3Mo
3%Ni-1%Cr-%Mo-V
7M
SA-54D
SA-54D
SA-54D
SA-54D
SA-54D
SA-449
I-----------f----------+------f------------------+------------I
Mn-%Mo
Mn-%Mo
Mn-%Mo
Mn-%Mo
Mn-%Mo
2Ni-%Cr-%Mo
2Ni-%Cr-%Mo
2Ni-%Cr-%Mo
2Ni-%Cr-%Mo
2Ni-%Cr-%Mo
2Ni-%Cr-1/3Mo
2Ni-%Cr-1/3Mo SA-540
SA-540
SA-540
SA-540
in
function U the
be used in
the stress-strain curve
may
rl = .0-
+
'"'"..,'''''."''' in
+
+
r
-+
+
+
{l- +-
charts
for the under
Pressure Chart Number in Tables 1A
strain on the abscissa and B the
A
coefficient in
t ~ n l n o l n t modulus.
t ~ n , n o l n t modulus.
t ~ n l n o l n t modulus.
stress-strain
true total strain
total strain range.
0.2%, on'.,'n'oov..... n
stress-strain curve.
of stress-strain curve.
of stress-strain
of interest.
Annex
t':llnnolnt modulus
modulus
strain in
true strain in macro-strain
true
model.
curve
curve
stress.
strain ultimate
model.
stress range.
R to
l
Aluminum
Titanium and
70
390
/2Mo
in.
/2Mo
/2Mo in.
Carbon Steel
1Cr-1/2Mo
400
600
mm
0.101
0.1
200 0.1
(100 mm
300 0.100
O.
16 660
0.1 656
mm
0.094
633
683
Values function
function are
function of are nrr'HIt"!On in
Section
function of tont"lnOrc':ltl Section Il,
not
'l"nllnuJ.... "" ....... "'to..,j""'" in
for
not
c) Nickel-Chromium-I ron
not
Nickel-lron-Chromium
>1
Nickel-Chromium-I ron
not
Nickel-lron-Chromium
:::;1
f)
, which is rlatOl"'n"'li"'L:J\rl
10
l
b)
c)
follows.
for shall
=
1) with
.(1
.(1
q=
c)
A
in ksi.
units cf
mcdulus cf
minimum
cf
6
8

0.0
0.0
31
1
1
-5.263661
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
<
6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0 0.0
3
0.0
0.0
0.0
1
3
8
10
1
=
0.0
8 0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
<
0.0
0.0
0.0
3
< l
6
0.0
0.0
9
O 0.0
11 0.0 0.0
lll"arnan,tc- , 4-6
.............................................................................................................................4-6
Mnmum Thckness
c)
to
1) or
(1
and this Division
of the vessel and <:>n"",,...,.,.,,
Manufacturer shall the to ali minimum
mmlmum material thickness. The corrosion allowance
corrosion or other metal loss do not then the
that corrosion allowance is not
c)
1)
to the
in
c)
f)
construction
for any combination
e x ~ ) e c t e a to occur
S 1.1)
+ ~
not e x ( ~ e e ~ a apl:lllcclble limit below:
not e x ( ~ e e ~ a
)
in
+
-1
)
constructed
other than ambient
dissimilar materials
te
c)
te
use
c)
f)
60
s
L
s
S P E ~ C l t I C definition
Combination column
s
s
s
and/or
b)
c)
two
f)
h) or
transition
the
of
1) No.
thickness of 1
c)
of
1. )
i)
mm (1
both
is not
1)
b
1)
b)
not
connections to shells
to
Some V'lJrelClea
in shell is mm
to NPS or
wall
not
The minimum
not eXI::eEld 1 wall thickness,
service
1)
\N'elcled studs
those included in Material
stud bolts to the
"""''''''''''''''''''''1'<''''; minimum
for limitations,
shall cornOmOle with
c)
is "',""lib<;)lU"'"' for IAlalrill"'lt'l
COrnp:ltlble insofar to which the attachment is
treated when Part 6.
Attachments to n,", ..
is is suitable for IA/alriirlt'l
not
doser
this is limited
gross structural
na..,at..""ti?'\n weld
thickness
1) A
fillet weld on each
boss butt weld is
examination. Heat
f)
1) = .0; weld
; the nominai
i)
ii)
weld.
exclusive
the
restriction,
i)
j)
1) in
1)
to wall to if
8.
a
b
c
or other or
'"""'''''''''',f''I'''.'',",'''' with this Division
Notes:
any of the
4,
IV&
Taper Either
Inside or Outside
Weld
8 B
limitations
a>
iimitations
Fillet Weld
Buti Weld
t > (1.5
s
far
Tension Test Specimen
Tension Test Specimen
,19mm
> (l
e;::::max
c 3
1
10 C
1
This Weld May Be Machined
To A Corner Radius To Suit
Standard Lap Joint Flanges
Full Penetration Weld, Single
Or Double. The Full Penetration
Weld May Be Through The Lap
(ti) Or Through The Wall (t
n
).
Gasket \
l
mm
6
c
c
t >
c -
o. r.
l
A-A
to
o. 'l
,6mm
,6mm
Limited to DIN
3
t
g
the thickness of
1
3
Perpendicular Parallel to the
Cylindrical Vessel Axis
9
3 mm (0.0625 in.) recess
Section A-A
3 9
mm
1
>
4
A A
B
(a) (b) (c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
mm (0.25 in.) max.
I-I
I I
I I
I I
: t--
I I
I I
I I
I I
LI
Round Corners
On On Pads
around
(2
min.
max.
mm(2
min.
Intt:u'n"Iittont Weld One
Stiffener
Shell
I
-I
AllI ~
(
-
w
1.
2.
the to
c)
internai and
t
eone shall have n'!:lll",:::llloi
nitt,OI"Oil"'lr-O of their minimum
evaluated per
noi'ano.n in ....
;;:lYl.JIOI.. \ to external
and other shall
sheils and heads be
to internai and
, and assume the L, knuckle
L
-s
c)
'l"Allt"1l\Mlr1n n.::lIAn1o'l"i"!f" constants:
arccos
=
r
-----+
<
=
t(-J-
s
=
(-+
>
\ J
ex[)ectea to elastic knuckle,
in
1) If
. If the allowable
is determined follows.
is the material
is
the knuckle. to
the
'-"""',",U'CHe> the value
1.0
l
=
'-"UlIIV,",,''''''''''' the allClwaOle on of
Calculate the allClW81ble on of crown.
maximum aIlC)W8IDle
k)
SU[>lec:tea to '1"11'0 ..",..,,1
substitutions
L +
k=-
1.7
c)
wall
+
(
d"
-I
)
[
.\
-II
J)
o
_____+__- - . : . . . - _ ~ . . . :
p
-----,=----= +-------- cos
+ ----.::.........;:::.----
+
-,---------+--------+- - , - - - - - ~ ~ -
+ +
+
c) on shall be satisfied.
satisfied
the allowable
f"nr'1ltrr\liin,n condition for this
meridional stress is r:ornO!FASsivA.
1
tr""" .... '''''''''1 transitions or circular cmlssse,ctlCms
end internai
conical transition details
the small end
details shown in
that the ones shown in this
-;:;;...,;;;..-+
1
knuckle is f"ioe'f"r!l"\of"i
to without
a, the
s S
t
L
S s2
t
L
transition. The thrust load
section
to inciuded as of
aPI:>lliO to
Table
of other than
, is
=
B=tan
shall be considered.
is evaluated
O. 5. If
f) stresses
allowable stress t""l"lt,ol"ir,n
circumferential r n Q r n h , r ~ r I Q
te' at
transition.
hOFlfill"'lf'l moment ,
inciuded
aPI:miO to the conical
the axial
, is
values of other than
linear cf
transition
and
with
then
knuckle Tnu'Vn.""",,,,
be ",.-.T"",,!",,.,,rl
>
as
te' the
cannat
the in
If either the
the
A=O.l ,
to small of with
te' at the small
c) , and flare
cannot
conica!
of
hor'f1ll'"lrll moment ,
load due to pressure shall not be included
- Determine the net section axial
transition the location the knuckle. The
the
d
modulus
in , " , ~ i P " " n .."" ..,h
in f ' ' ' ' ' ' ~ ' ' ' ' n ..~ ..,h
G
E
knuckle
conical transition calculation when knuckle is
the of consideration.
on the
resultant meridional """'''''''''''011'''\\'1' on the
resultant meridional moment on to
resultant meridional moment to
net-section nOl'"'Iri .... n moment
net-section nOI"'ilriu'".n i'Yl,"'i'Yl,on'l'
net-section torsional moment
"""',,:'",... Une load.
normalized resultant """,o,"'ri""'I"'\\'3Ii moment
end f"\Jlinrlll"if"''=l1 shell.
end shell.
on shell section.
on the eone, due to pressure
resultant meridional membrane force
Une
resultant circumferential membrane force
eone, to pressure
an Ani
an
to pressure the
on due pressure
an
in failure crown
",n,,,,,"',,",, transition
is
transition vc:llvU!ilQU'UI
is
conical transition vQIVU!IIQtl'UI
conical transition calculation when
calculation.
total
total resultant
the f"\lIllnn,::h1"
resultant internai
pressure.
resultant force on due
knuckle.
for
for
radius to
radius
inside
radius
inside radius of the small of conical transition.
t", ..,.f""'''''f'''5I! transition.
1""'''' f"'" '"1f"'51 1 transition.
centroid the
.d the
of
shell.
of a toriconical at
conical transition. thickness
drilled hole.
hole.
location a drilled hole. location
due
stress
moment.
""""""',... Une load on due to axial
and hOI'H'11ff\rl
)
1.
+ )
1
10
Note: (1)
sN'
1
n
1
0.000001
0.000000
0.002508
-0.003618
-0.000118
-0.0001
-0.000008
0.000000
0.008046
0.003111
-0.000120
-0.000007
1
0.000001
0.000001
0.0011
0.000000
0.001668
0.002986
0.000020
-0.0001
-0.0001
9
8
2
6
9
5
6
1
8
10
Notes:
=
1
o
9
8
9
8
11
)
]}
---=---------=-- = + - - ~ - = - - =
=
=
=
)
=
=
=
=
=
=
+
i

i
i

, ,
\i/
~ - - O . 8
i
" t l " ' ~ C C ' : l l C Within
Conical Shell
without Knuckle
without at the
and Cone
without
of
with Knuckle Small
l
=
<
follows:
based on stress . For Axial
to
e=
e
c
+
e
c
]


n S; l 1)
(R)"'4,
follows:
the corrosion allowance.
n08rrniii:"ii:"ihlo deviation is e +
rllff,croint t nominai
shall
t is
c)
shall be
or
across
shall
loeal deviation fram true eireular e , shells and
exeeed the shell thiekness. Measurements to determine the
maximum loeal deviation shall be with with ehord the tnllnu/'inn
3
do not
(-J
<
.5 < :::; 13
=1.0 1.5
(
OA
F
he
) < <
STEP 4 Caiculate
aliowabie external pressure,
=
n is an 11/11<7('701'"
< use n =
The actual moment
shell
+
=1.
c}
and e t t E ~ c t " / e
+
L
where
2---:::--
f)
1)
i)
sut>lec:teCl to Q v t , Q r n ~ 1
TnllnU/lnn substitutions:
where
in
in
+) +
) If +
=
+rjJ
arctan
lf
< +
a= -rjJ
fJ = arctan
r
k
)
In both shown
rjJ=
conical transition
and te is eone
other I n ~ , " " l ' n " " " shall
head
(-)
,6< <
=0,1
+
,6
(-J
=
allClwa.Die external
f) less pressure,
this process unti! the allowable external pressure is
pressure.
to
to external pressure
with this
and
=
+0. +0.
""U""'lv..,t to external
and other ir."","!""'"'"
wall
membrane stress of
1
= <
=
c=
:::;;
.5
3.13
.5< <15 c=
c=1.0 15
For O. 5
/r
g
<
0.15 < 1.
c) stress
, is
1
t
1
r
y<0.1
y
allowable , is
1.5
(1+ .5< <
<
=
.0
+
(~ J
1.7
+
=
-'---------'--1.0
+
(1-
and defined in ",,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,h
this reduction
with
the '-''-i . in
The
, is
=
)+ o
n 5
, is
01)
combination of
1) and evaluated
+ r
= .0
+
~ .0
0.15< ~ 1
+
~ 1.0
+
~ 1.0
i)
fram
+
1 )
is determined
to cornoress,lve axial
fnlln\Mlnn interaction
0.15 <
coefficient f:1 is vVo;;;lIUOllvY
LO
1.0 <
1
value of j) maximum e may ex(:;ee!(j
stress is less shells
combinations ofaxial
if the maximum axial
.. _I.".A.. , is determined
1
)J
number of
stress
k)
Jr
A == -'-----'-
4
s==-:..-__...:....
==
==
s
==
A
A
value te is substituted far
is ~ Y L J ~ t l t Y where
c) is distance
is
allowable
the direction of
allowable
, where is
shown below.
, and is the value of
loads
is the allowable
with
<
t
0,
the cone at
in
is the '"'''' .'''.uv diameter the shell at the
)
).
In these calculatl()nS pressure
A
c
and
ho!nriinn' in this v".,H.JlOLIVI
ends the
consideration (
no,,.,,,,,,?,,,,,, when
for ",,",,,,,,,,,,,,",,,,,,.r-ir,,,,, """'1"\"""''''I''\'l'"'.r-
outside ri''''''''''I:'.to,"
outside """""...,.If:j,1'Ol'"'
external
corrosion,
the
or the inside
modulus
'1'"""",,",""'''''+ modulus of nn"".r-+i,,,,'f\,
load.
aOI:>II!O loads.
5,
>:lU!JIl;#'vl to
,on
in
= .0 in
r
S:;0.15.
0.15.
of a ,",,,unr,,,:,,!"
a the
with
a
Une of a to the next
of
",ul i nrll ..i",,,",i .. that is ;:'U&Jlv'",t
vessel under external
to
aplDIIEld shear
absence of other
the niIl"C\r'Tlr'\n of
radius
inside radius of
s section
minimum
of
v
4-1
the
centroid
shell
shellto
distance
distance from
65
480
31
315
150
900
600
600
h
h
I<h--t---L-----..l
l
cf
1
8
Caiculation
Weld In
Butt Weld
is the outside
for any cross section
and small end outside
EoOroi!',,,,,,,,, under vVC;i\lUCHIVI
r'HlinrU::llr and
the 'l'Allt'\\IIIIV"Irl ""''-11'''''''''''''-1''
are the eone
ullnf"l/f',ro'''OAi Shells-
Conical Shells
t
Knuckle at
the Small
with
without a
Cane with a Knuckle at
with at Small End
1"1"""'"'710 that
in accordance with
shell or vessel
1tf"\11f"\\ll/inn methods.
Studded Connections
shall have a
Drilled holes to
inside surface of the
, l
follows.
c)
1)
=
]
=
1)
the
=
=
Calculate of
+t
e
+
+
=8(t+t
e
)
=
c) reinforcement the
wall v''''''''''?'ir,nn inside
]
).
+
+ +
+ +
[(
A)0'85
= ).max-
A=
+t
the
1) For ..."II ... rIIW'" ... ",1 shells:
conical
of the conical shell
of the """""''1,''''''511 shell
as follows:
STEP 8-
in
=-'------'-
=
i) the
),
]
j)
k)
= (-J
=
= t)+ )
shall
=
)
]
e- l-
in
shall
= -_.'----------'-
= t)
+
+---'------------'--
then
pressure
of
=
+
J
wall.
1) and ellH)SOldal
= ]
=
]
For
=
=
=
c) reinforcement
ellu)sOICial and ....
+
]

[(
J
O'35
.. +te l
,
t
n
4 the
]
the
:::: +
::::
+ + + + +
::::
+t)+ +
+
-t)
=f
""""'Y1I<:'>,,., I membrane
i)
11,o't,ol"lnil"1l,o the maximum local n ....TIl'="eH stress the
intersection.
}, ]
then the allowable
then external is sutllec:ted
= (-J
+ - ~ - - - - - ' -
)
=
=
1)
]-
1
+
x =
t
(t+t
e
+ + )
1
local "ruTlI"".ru stress in
intersection.
r\ruY'l '::l\ 1M. I stress at intersection
pressure, then allowable
SU[)lec:tea to external pressure, then the allowable stress is
):
A
B
=
c
c) for
1
of attachment
oV'\l',Orn'5li forces and moments from
in
1)
= 31
to
Te
= +t
n
+
2
=
c) 3
are acc:eot:ame.
1)
)
s
+
= ------''-------
max
=---'---

in attachment welds of to
The nl"'r\t"'orl!
is shown below.
1 weld throat as aptlilClble
max
shear stress in
is If
and return
s
method
calculations shall
calCUlatlcmS shall in "::\f"f"'"" ..,f"!':Ir"'lf"O
in f"\Jllnrjl ..if""::\1
in '1""" ....1"1""1"'1
c)
6.5"
follows:
two
c)
f)
400 mm (1 in. x 1
but should is
shall
in which the internai pressure
h Q ~ : l l " l n l l ' l width mm
=0
+
8
walL
wall.
weld.
distance center Une.
Une..
weld
minimum the
h
fillet weld.
weld. weld
throat fillet weld.
weld.
weld.
of the vessel walL
inside of the vessei
outside the vessel
weld to shell weld.
p
internai pressure.
allowable pressure.
maximum membrane
the
s
of pressure stress
wall.
a
minimum corrosion
pressure.
as
due to pressure
of
distance
11
1
1 mm
The
fram
1.
a
a Axis
Modified Limits of
Reinforcement
Initial Calculated Limits
of Reinforcement
The minimum
that results in an
attaehed
this
deseribed in
6.
shall the
moment arm
t
t =
g
t=
this
described in l"'1I"C:II""C:If"ii""C:Ir\h
cover,
shall
, and moment arm of
rIl"='''''V''''''' material as
t=
t =
g
thickness
in n;::\i""C:If"\Ii";::\nl'\C
allowable stress limits in Table
).
2
, V,
f
on the 'I;;I'-'I'''<;;II''V' in
f)
the
6 - Calculate Y, T,
on
, L, e, and d on
in 4.1
in
an
=
t
attached with
or hub attached with nnl4._int'oru"o:5\l welds:
Where is in Table
h)
i) 9
=-----'------"-
j)
k)
A
shell VUI.vIUv ri,i:::lfYlot,::.r
inside ..
and other
for weided cover
stress for such
pel"penOICulal to short span.
shown in Table
head for
or covers
measured as indicated in
hub
c
e
d
hub stress correction factor
E
stress factor for
thickness at the end of the
hub thickness smail end of the
hub thickness the shell-to-f1at
hub thickness at
the bolt
shell-to-f1at head
measured
hub
hub
allowable condition.
t or
t
g
t
o
ti
nominai
dimension of
OOI::mlina-tQ-TI:::lt head
ratio of short span to
that rlCUf'\OI'\rlc on
nn"""""1,nn condition.
"''''''':>T'M,n condition.
the Une of
z
of head with
interaction of the i nt.::.1"'1l l"'o:lI I shell
times modulus of e l a s t l ( ~ l t y rli"'I"""I'I"" ..rili ... 1'I the
outside diameter of head.
Une
c=o.
for
Y=[l.l-
used
r = minimum shall be used
O. for circular and noncircular
with or butt welded to where
thickness not than two times
thi,,'vn,oC'l::' the corner on
than three times the
t
s
mm (1.5
6
c= far circular an inside
used
8
bolted with
d
the case of an '" ,..a r ' ' ' " ~
h
~ - t - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - + - - ~
dimensions in corroded condition and the uncorroded
shall be rI ....i,............. i ..'ori
""1'.."nrl.., ..ri'" listed in
"''''''L''''','!''",rI therein shall be f"nrlClrllorClf"I
in
construction """,T"""1"o ...,,,,, the TI"\!li"\UJlnn '-''VI'''' ..... '"'.
in
]
T=
A used both the
4.7.2.3
satisfied.
determined
Head shall
thickness shall be
the thickness shall be determined in
max ]
for
= ]
=
= +
c) thickness heads with round holes
+
is
thickness for full-face for heads with holes slotted of the head
+
- the head thickness shall in
thickness
= ]
+
moment
).
in this
to
6 be
orientation of
lI'nllf"\U/lnn modifications shall
where
is
p
R
to the of
location the the
=
A
B
[-]
e=q-..!JT- t
2l cot
k
j
1_(_1)cOl
=1 ( ~ ) c o t
= +1
e
cot +--'----'-
J
= ---I -------='---=-
and moment for the and conditions.
in the and the ne;30-IQ-'narme
If the stress criteria
A
c
D head alternative
head
the
for the
e
moment arm of the
head alternative
6.
n
v
p
r
from
rnornhl"''5lr,o stress.
"""' ...'t,""..... condition.
local rnornh,I"''5lI'''IO
local rnornh,l"''5lrr,o
the
on inside of
on the outside
the
the head
evaluated at the
"'t...,., .......'."" from Annex 3.0. minimum
allC)walble stress from
T
*
condition.
condition.
... n condition.
t
bolt load for
bolt load
condition.
=
3
with
t
c) 5GO/o above
it
c)
to
t=
c
the
c)
1.
weld
weld
c) not e x ( ~ e e ~ a 13 mm
f)
(1
) with C = 2. if thickness less
for other thicknesses. C or
c
S
t
the
0.1 ),
minimum
maximum allowable
mm
d
p*
()
n in
Une
1 14
in
1 mm
1 mm
1 mm
=
100
95
90
85
80
75
70
65
~
60
>.
(.)
c
(l)
't3
55 lE
LU
(ii
c::
'6
50
il
'Cl
c::
o
..J
45
C
(l)
(ii
>
'5
40 O'"
LU
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
O
Angle of Diagonal with Longitudinal, Theta, deg
this
c)
shell
full
both
1
not
c)
in
full
b)
1.6
in this section
su[>!ec:tea to internai
.6.1
to
Consideration should be
In adejjticm
4.11
to
must also be satisfied.
1'1"'\"',v..... of a half
additional condition that
1 pressure , shall
),
1
+ + + + +
1
wall.
nominai thickness
nominai thickness of
nominai shell
CALI"''" ":iU minimum thickness of
minimum thickness of
j
inside radius
at
vessel.
allowable the
at
allowable stress
Annex 3.0,
When this
limited to a
of 6 mm
y
max.
t
'c
y
(c)
(b)
(d)
Backing Strip
May Be Used
max.
min.
min. Throat
Dimension :::: t
j
(f)
(d)
(b)
Sae
See paragraph 4.2
(e)
(c)
(a)
Saa
Backing
MayBe
j
Detai! (h-1)
(0.625 in) max
(0.625 in) max
(a) far A> B
(b) far A B
=1.5 t
j
min.
(c) far A<: B
a= =/.
} ~ = = I ~ ~ = = l : d Jacket
Wall
Attachment
Attachment
Attachment
exist
not exist
under
with
thickness of
, shall
When a
between
00
t -
1
t "
R
1
shown
4.1.2.13,
In noncircular vessel
have .different thicknesses.
the
be
l"\""l'\rilfl"'''' stress at both
of the shell
"'n.""'n""..~ , r I to the allowable
rules of this ,,,, ...,,.,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,.l''l
at locations cross section.
the outermost surface of the shell or ..""iv,"'n"",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,t
obtain two values of stress.
stress.
at the section of a vessel with and without
the inside and V""'.""IYI""
aIlC)W8IDle stress as the
cross
r-nrnn''''C'11'o section
and outside surfaces
c)
1)
in the
follows.
sum one-half the distances to
rOU"I'I'nlrf'U"II"'l member on
p
p
---+--- +---
1)
=
---+--- +--- =
=
=
c)
CIT,g:U'T!\/C moments
t""""IOtl-',OI'" shall
oerweem 1.0
If
E
there is not is then:
if there were no
calculation loc,8ticm then: weld If
1) If
in the
J which would
1
if were no
J non-welded locations results in
of the for which '-''4'....... v.
the weld occurs at some
the weld location and it to
1
=
+ + + + )
with multi-diameter holes
(t
C, = -
l
c)
to is
c) the
and
f)
in the and
+ ~ l
where
+
+ - - ~ - - - .0
=---'-----..:.---:.-_--'--
=-=--------------'=---
>
the apl:lllclbie this sat:istleCl, fabrication
width coefficient
hole diameter location.
.."",i."'!'""""""i,,,,,,, 1'V'l""'l'V'lh""' .. on the
with uniform
this
I"oir,fru"t"'inlt\l member on
with
of
factor
IlrI'.:lnt'lant or weld
factor.
inside
Modulus from
of
)
moment of
moment
w
w
vessel.
end of
the
",t>"'"ird.. t side the
3.D.
indicates
~ ~
vessel where ~ ~
width of >"oi ... tnier>i",,"n members
p distance
distance between
inside radius.
radius of
radius to
S allowable stress
stress
t thickness.
tI
of
t
3
or
t
4
or
t
5
of
v
w
y
ali
f)
4.1
1. and
the f"l"\rnnrocc,iuo stress calculations 1 and Table
10 9
=
(;J --=-'::"'1
= ( ~ J = ~ l -
=
=
=
1
+
+
+
+
+
+
and outside
inside
and V"""v',",',,-,
inside and outside
inside outside
on
the
in the short
in
(;J
)+
=
(;J=
)+
= + ) k
I
+ )+
=
( ~ J=
-
)+ N}
=
(~ J =
)+
= + )+k
1
+
)-
=
-
)+
}
)+
}
s
+
+
+
1
1
~ l
+
+
+
1
1
1
+
+
+
1
1
1 1
on inside and outside
on
on
membrane
=
(;:l
+ +
( ~ J
+ +
-
=
( ~ J
( ~ J=
+ ]
= + - - + )]
+
l -
1-
=
=
+
cosO
+
2
is maximum al B= arctan ( ~ J
~ s s
+
+
+
~ l
+
+
+
l
l
+
+
~ l
l
in
( ~ ) = - - = - . . . . . . : .
( ~ ) = ----'- ---=-- =
=----
=
=
=
S
IY -
bi -
+
+
+
+
+
+
1
::::;1
and outside
outside
and outside
on the inside and outside
y
inside and outside
inside and
on
short
short
in
in the short side
= ( ~ ) = + -'----'--+ + - )}]
= ( ~ ) = + ) +}]
( ~ ) ) + )2}]
( ~ )
= ( ~ ) = +
= (;J + ~
+
+ )
+
+
}
+
( 1. ,
l;lll j+
--:::---=-=- + e)+(I
+ )-
+ +
is a maXlm!Um = e
+
l
+
l
+
::;;
+
::;;1
+
::;;1
+
::;;1
+
::;;1
+
::;;1
+ +
l
+ +
::;;1
outside
and
on inside and outside
inside
inside and
on
on
circular
in
in
in the short side
l
membrane
membrane

+
+ -
+
+ }
}
+
}
2
~ +
( ~ )=
+
l]]
t
5
) = +
cos
( ~ )
- }2 +
} + +
}2
}J]
= +
-
}
-
+t
1
+
-
(~ ) =
+ ]
O ~ y
=
(~ )
+ ]
~ y ~
+ ) =
+
(;J=
2
O ~
=
+ ~ )} + +
+ +
(;J=
+ )
+ ~ ) }
+
=
arctan
arctan
tI cosO
I
tI COS
tI COS
=
=
+
+RcosO
I
-cosO
I
)
cos )

1
)
+ + COS
COS
+ +
I
+
S
+
sI
+
sI
+
sS sS sS
+
I
+
I
+
sI
+
S
+
S
+
S sS sS
+
I
+
I
+
sI
+
I
+
I
+
I
S
sI
I
sS
+
I
and outside
inside
the
N.
M.
=
( ~ J =
+
=
( ~ ) =
=
( ~ )
( ~ )=
A
= -- ---'----'-
=
+
+
+
short inside and outside
in short inside outside
short side on inside and outside
side.
in on the outside
the outside
side Y on outside
stress in the
+
+
+
h
l
sI
+
+
+
1'V'iIe:>.l'V'iIh,,,,,,,,,,,e:>. stress in the
+
+
+
=
(2)=
A
=
(2)
+
=
nt:llt'inQt1 locations
A
+
+
+
+
+
+
1
~ l
~ 1
~ 1
stress in the circular on the inside outside
membrane stress in the at c.
in C on the and outside
membrane in the
the at inside outside
in the outside
Y on inside outside
~ s
+
+
+
==
==
+
==
(:i]
(:i]
=
S
+ l
+ l
S
+
+
+
+
+
l
l
+
on
in
l
membrane in
membrane
stress in the circular
- +A
)- 3 + ]
3
(2) ---=-...:-
= ( 2 ) = ~
(2)=_
(2) _
A
= ( L, J+ (L
2
J
A R[
2
( ) +ff ( ) ] - 12( )( ) + G; )
[(L,)\ +
= (r)J - 24(%)(r)+ (r)
8 8
+
l
+
+
1
+
5:.8
+
l
+ +
l
are at
are at C on inside and
side.
in the side B on inside and
stress in the at A on and outside
in the side at defined Y on the inside outside
=
=
(~ J
s
( ~ J=
>
=
)
Il
)2 +l
Il
)3
t
=
sS S
l
+ +
+ +
l
S S
+
+
l
(x
(x=-J
h
due to externa! pressure
external pressure
---+---
x
---+---
=
the to vessels
+
in
not
for
If the thicknesses
the above Note
function evaluated at x =
h/2
---- -----I---.-----:f------------i------------------j
h/2
j-----;[-----4--------------I..---------
A
I
--i--
Distance to
Next
A
h/2
-------- ---t---------r---.----.-------.-------.--t- -t--'---
y
h
I
I
I
I
~
- ----------- I ------------
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
- - - - - - - - ~ - - - j - - - - ~ - - * - - -
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
-----------+-----------
I
I
I
I
I
i
I
I
I
___________ ~ - - - - - - - - - - -.- o
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
!
I
I
I
I
-----------+-----------
I
I
I
I
I
I
c) Inner
for
wiii
not
thickness shell or
",,,,,,,.nnr,oC'C',;,,,,,,,,, shall calculated accordance with
the
inner heads of ."",,,,,,,,,re'n! sections shall follows.
No,1
sections shail
mm
weld.
1 or
sections 1
c) in
4.13.9 Sketch
of the finished 3.9 Sketch
is thickness of
solid hub section 3.9 Sketch
c) boundaries in
IU'Oi"Y'lOnTe- of r",::u'::lnr'::ll".h
in accordance with 3.6.
of 4.16.
shall
3.6.
l''"Irr'\\IIr'lorl to
the shell and
on
holes
obstructed.
it shall be
to
that the the
distance five
c) the
materials
circumferential
section of limited
Maximum gap D e r W e E ~ n shall exceed the of
N 3
+
o. (-J
total
b
C
3.
h
v
p
Note (1)
Note
Coil Wound
Note (1)
Shrink
Note
Note (1)
Note
Note
Notes:
1.
!
Note (1)
3:1 Sketch
3:1 Min.-
For
Note: lnside
Or Outside Or
Min.
16
In Thickness
16
In
Or Less
Less
Tack
t
L
Chamfered
In
Less In
Welds
In
Removed
(i)
(I)
Notes:
into annulus
Skirt
o
the results in the vessel
criteria in 5.
vessel
within
for structural
c)
+
()
() -()+-
1-
considered
Moment and Shear
If the vessel is "'"",V'l"'''''',''''''',",,rl
at
, then
the T,
+---='-----
1
3
= +
=
+
= A 4.
c)
1)
not S.
shear stress in
"'''1 , nrl"',"'''l shell without "'i','I"i'""n,nN
below.
1) is 5..
T -
3 -
=
15.1
16)
as is
=0
+
+
not ali
not 1
the
saddle location.
saddle
and shall
Width of shell contributes the of the
If width Xl
as width Xl shall
shell
coefficient
shell without c) Circumferential
1)
i) shall
shall
=----'---
, and be
1"""">'1'''''''' that is welded to the
can
=_--::.._-
)
reinforcement or wear
where
the circumferential t'nrnnrOCC!I\/O
f"'\/li nrl ril"'::;) I shell with
1)
A
l''\O..'t'iI ....,n stress Points and of
the shell are determined as follows.
with e-ti't'to.... i .... n
A
Points I and J
as follows.
ap[)IlC,801IB, shall
low saddle is
=
of \lonrU"!:lI1
the in
when
on
Division.
b) Number 1
f)
a
Cl'
saddle 1"\ 1""\ 1"17 ('U"",, 1" ":l 1
neutral
o side
k
inside
s
l+cosa
=-------
3cos
4
4
(-) ~
l
e
p
Note:
I
I
I
i
-------- --------
I I
~ i ~ ,-L
~ I - - ~ ,-
t
...
I I
<f---h
L
-
Cl
T
I
(a)
4.1
(b)
Without
e
(b)
c
a=
Maximum Co... r!i ..,,.,
Shell without ctirtonol"C'
stiffeners in the
Location Vertical
of
.,.".. ""\0""", two
b)
L,;aiICulatl()nS shall
1)
1)
has no substantial
connections
attachment.
shown in 6.5
apIPIIE!O to rQ\/'QrC::Q
heat treatment
wth hub shall
or
c) either
"" .....,..".1'..,:>'" in 4a 1
or in the
The minimum width
in Table
recommended no less
conditions.
be considered.
bolt
conditions
and tQl"Ifu,\Qr<:ltl
and y from Table , or other
QUll:leliineS detailed in Table 4.16.2.
, the
, based on the and
shown below. Note that for
and see 6.6
'-'CA"''''''!:>' and f"lot,orrriino
width should r'nl"lf'\nnl
width of the
2
3
b ::;;6mm 16.1 )
6mm
nn<::lII">::iIf'lnn condition.
+
is is that
=max[[
G
} (W
g
, J]
= ) non
=
H/O."!"", ... "" action this
is shown below.
the
, If the pressure is
c)
c
A
1)
=
i)
c)
dimensions of
to n,.n"",,01 a
, shall
smaller
hub the small , shall
1..0.
is nor'l"'nlttorl
in
f
to + for intot''U'''':}!
b
c circle diameter.
=1..0 for US
Ictt"l,l"'n!:lnl Units and
= for
Units.
to
=
Ictt"ll"'n!:lnl Units
= "O for
r'nrH/crCit''\n factor
Metric Units.
stress
stress
Modulus
Modulus
e
G
moment
hub
= 1..0 for nnr, .. "''','"
of
hub
hub
the
m
C Q ~ : l t l l " l n condition.
trom section hOi'"lrlll"ln rnnrnQnt
not less than mm
on with nut
trom Annex 3.A for bolt
allowable
allowable stress from
Annex
Annex
the
the
T
t
x
v
w
y
J:
Il
il (1
Il
Il
Il
Il
Il
o
(1,1
69 (1
(1
o
3.00
1.00
or
nickel-base
insertion
Elastomers
without wire r&::lrnnWY'&::im&::lnt
Elastomers with cotton
6.00
6.50
(1
Il (1

4%-6%
Stainless
Metal:
Soft aluminum
Soft brass
Il

Iron
w+
8
8
2
w+
8
w+
max
4
4
8
w
8
w+N
N/2
<N
w
w N
O.4mm
b
3
1
Notes:
w+T w+
max
1I--------ji-----------------------1 4
A
1
1
te+ [3
=--+-
T d
e
=
d =_'----C-
v
+
( ~ J l
-1
-1)
a
h
)
0.1 ~
----l + +
V l +
v
---+

+ I
j
o.
=--
--+ 5
f l
G
c
C-
C
2
C-G
2
C-G
~ ( c
2
-B
C-
c-
2
c- -
c+
I
)[3-
--e:rJJ
v
{3
--l{DDG f]J
=
+ )
= , t,
6 Hub
Hub I = - - - - = . ~
~ - - - - - ~
Wt::IU'lJu to
b this section.
l
.0
LO
user.
= ---'::o.-
.0
LO
=
J = ----=---'''-- ~ O
Notes:
1. Far an I nt':lIf"l l'''!:li
loose with without the
A
H
T
Without A Hub
w
Where Hub
to Flange L;.AI..CCI.J<::l
Use Hub
w
Hub
e x c E ~ e d s 1:3
Weld
I
r 6 mm (0.25 in) :
mm
4 ~ u m m (1
Note:
Hub
c
Use 90 91
r
I l
I I
I I
I i
I I
I
I
I :
l l
__ L
c
B*
Reverse 1 - 1 ~ l n r l ! O
Shell
--T
I I
I l
I !
I I
I I
l
I
I
I
!
\ __...L
6mm
Taken At I\Jlll"llnf"\!,nt
Between
I n r l ~ : : I n Q l n r l Q n t Of Gasket Location
mm
uncorroded i"f'\,,,,rI'i;,,,,,,",
in the
with
if
13
is into an
y from Table
c)
i"'r. ... t"",...t face minus
forces load \JOI\.AAi(;IUVI
non
a
+ )
minimum
+
)
2
condition.
is bolts that is selected
=max
1-"""'1"."",,,,, is also
factor used shall
r>nv'''',,",r>1"I'''''' is shown below.
pressure and ton"'lnO,I"':ltl
c) Determine
)
+ +
=
= (--
c
2
f)
=
2
c-O;::'ltu'V'I condition
+
+--_....:..:.....--
i)
=
j)
e
b
=
)/;
=
= + +
+
)
k) 11 Determine the hub stress ... f, based on , h, the
in
I) stresses
UlL"J"">JL "'"0'-''''''''''''' conditions
If the
ofthe
bolts. of line to the
reaction
maximum
the hub.
connection
contact width.
width.
diameter
inside diameter of
b
a
Tnllnu.!lnn condition
width.
centroid.
cross section
the hub neck
the
hub shoulder to
centroid
1"0"'::l r-tir, n circle to
the bolts to
hub inside diameter
reaction.
radiai distance from
hub stress correction factor.
factor total moment the reaction moment
thickness neck small end.
thickness hub neck at intersection with hub shoulder.
of hub shoulder.
radiai distance from
location of
g
hub
sum total
on
of
l'1t1\nl'1t1\Olnt of of
for
for
~ o . ~ ~ ' f l n , n condition.
y
for condition.
Hub
0.25 in. min. radius
Hub
Neutral
Axis
B
or Hm
(f)
or Hm
bolt to tac1111tate the
c)
this
c)
f) Rules
in
or oet'weEm
two
the of S
and
=
and
18.1 )
c)
max -C
t
) ,
backsicje of
= +d
Jt=
max -c
t
),
the
extended
not ov1'onr'1ot'1
shell
shell
',",O,e>!n,..,.oll" in't""""I"''''''O with shell and
QiaSI<:etEld with
f)
c)
8.4
1) the considered:
i)
=
ii) =
3 Tube shell side
When vacuum.
thickness
within the
in
= -a, c
= e,j 18.1
8.1
= c,d 8.1
U'\'::lf'1,nn case, calculate rni"\lr'no,l"'l'll'
to pressures and ~ on the
8.1
c)
+ +
(1 + )
==-----=---
+ +
(l+h )
A
E*
the coeifficiient
nn1'iu1j
1
rntinn - a
8.31)
d
f
f)
+-'-----'----
=
'V'''H''",'' -e
+ =
-I
+-'------'-----
+
on the
= ------:;:;;..;=----
= +---'-----'--'----'-
1J
case,
i)
If
acc:eO'table for increase the
For d, the calculation
j) shell and/or channel I n t Q n l " ~ 1 with the
l
shall have uniform thickness t
s
for a minimum of
, the nOO'\rI ...',,,..
to the
+ +
i)
ii) In
:::; . In
c)
i)
ii) = without differential thermal
v)
and =
with riiti'or,e"nti''5l!
Shell pressure
with differential
shell
without vacuum.
side
the
c)
=
2
=
, Jl, *, and
-a
6,
=
2
c,d
= -a, c
=
x = -
t
The ... 'l'.Ti'n"",<' ... factors.
=
J = ---::;..-
the
and
+
2
=
o.
+ +
2
=0
c) v
=
of 8.6
=(l+v
2
r
3, r O.
r= )-
*
= )
= +)
=
=0
2
-a
-b
c
d
f) 6
=
=--------="'---
2
= +
for
for hon,rI!nn
Cases 5,6,
1)
f"nnCQn./'!:Iti1.10i\l calculated
8.1
i)
more
1.
8.1
10.
4, 6,
>""",,",""""",rI to "",,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,, ..,,.,,,,,,1'\
if
1 )
8.11
is acc:ep1:able. be
j)
----.:=--------=:...- +----"--'----
the tubesheet.
=
( +
8.11
uniform thi .... lrno""C'
te for minimum
, the 1"\'::'I"\,'''unn
to
i)
11.
l l
ii)
1) 1.
1.
i)
ii) te'
rlo'll-in;::,rl in 18.8.6.
i)
and 3_
used when
ii) may
different
is n t'::11"11 I"'!:l I with the
outlined in n""o-:>I"I1I'"-:>".n
may result in smaller
I"\,""'II-'",,,",'"7'51'11-'I"\n of the tubesheet thickness or
A010lic:abiilitv - This calculation l'"\l'"r.t''o,n.
b,and
c) Calculation calculation nl'"r.t"o,f'II.
with the T1'"\IIi'"\U/.nl"l1 modifications.
1) for minimum
In
and J, with , and
the r with.
) ) Il l ~ ) + ( +1;)]
r * r -
of
1)
Conditions
1) the tlmle-demmdent nff'nnOff'tIQC govern
and
limit
a, c
G, C
=
cf
G, C 18.1
*= G
In
*
with * and with
b,c
of
*
=
shell T:
below.
to the
T *=-"--"'-
s
a, c 8.1
*
-a
of
*
maybe
*
*
-a, c 8.1
=---='-------------=
=
- c 8.1
8.1
In vVj ..AUU'V. for with:
8.1
=-----------------=::.::...-......
In
8.1
+
+---:.----'-
+
+
1l"'::Il1'!f"l.I"IC shown
8.11.
and aa;:;Keted with ...h-:u"'U"ol extended as a 1'1,.,..,.""""
with not ovto.....,'1of'i
ah.:u::!ha,at In,tof"U"<:1I1 with
11'"\0':;>1'"\0.0" with
Iha,;!hoot ""'l'"",.......",, 1 with
1)
Iho.;!hoot Q;aSK:etElO with
c) 8.
1)
two have
1)
i)
ii)
v)
=
= with
shell
1)
o.
is
or
=
18.
6,
=
=
b,c
l
+ +
=
8.1
and = =
o.
=.:::::.--_---=---
8.1
+ +
8.1
b, c, == o.
*
=
=-'--_.:..-...:..-_--_-:-
=(1+v
=-"------=-
8.1
8.1
1)
)
8.1
=
)
=
G,
8.
-c, 1 )
e
-f
6-
oSketch
an 8.1
) - ~
For
)(1- )
1)
= - - - - - _ - - = . : ~
i)
ii)
2
= +
i)
If 1>--
ACCisptalnce crieteria
aCCisptmle for
18.1
1)
2
+
) +---=----'-
18.1
4,
I
I>
defined
8.1
ii) limit
J
=
l
>
=
),
8.1
=
=
8.1
the tube
o.
be
j)
and/or l ' ' ' n ' : : ~ n n o l i n'tonr"'::31 with
b
, in the
uniform thickness t
s
for
its
of
is
+
= 8.1
, and for l and l i)
ii) 3, if
is the ygl\",U!ICHiUi
l ,and
acc;epitabile and
3,
1.
a combination
, the channel
k)
1.
i)
ii)
1)
c)
1)
-a 8.1
T=
+
r
T=
+
r
the
-a,e, A
=
o A
o
e, A
with is
=
+
=
+
o
4.1
full and
c)
full ~ t r c ~ n r l ' t h
1)
=
i)
ii)
1)
i) the
ii)
to nominai wall
i)
in
ii) full
ii) , t] .
in 18.13 to
i) minimum
2
]
is not 8.1 fili et shown in
follows:
combined " ...""'''\/=
shall
i) minimum C:;"',AI' "-:;u
),
2 ).
1
)
=
+
considerations
in
c)
f) l o c a t e ~ d in of
1) Axial rnr"KlC>rrT'lC>rn
life in
rules of this n'!:li"'!:Inl"'!:Il"\h
c)
be su[)!ec:tea
is I n t ~ : J I n r I Q n
the
of the bolts to
to ).
from
hole.
p
h
Poisson's ratio
for 8.8
outside rli'5ln"l",.tor
tube limit
c
inside channel rli'5ln"lta,tor
its convolution
inside shell
E
tubesheet at
at J:
modulus of ela.stl<:my for
modulus
modulus of for tube at
n41lrllnnint of contact oet1>Neem
h
consideration
s
material to
the
tubesheets at
thermal """".",., .... "';r'''''
"""L"'iH"""",",''''T of therma! """"'''''''''''''''r,,,,,
a
r
v
Poisson's
its axis the
welds
r-nr""hi,,,,,,,,rl weld
under consideration
nominai
ratio
on
tube
the is
p
0.10
h
1.00
Notes:
E
= +
*
+ +
valid for 0.1::; S
=0.1.
O. S S.O is nrn'llirU:l>rl
p
o
0.1
1. E = +
3. o. 0.1
)
calculate
such that o x o x
is
of the absolute
4 6
3 5
I
7
(a) U-Tube
15
/
Exchanger
9
(b) Fixed Tubesheet Heat Exchanger
(c) Floating Exchanger
Joint
00
O
[1------ LL1 -7"'---_1
000
000.00 Do
-.-+--11-1-+ O O O C) O
~ L L 1 ~ - ~ 1
0000
00000
000
Two
~ - LL3 - - - + - - - ~
0000000
oooc)loc)oo
OOC)O
b:
Tubesheet Integrai with Shell and Gaskelted
with Channel,
Integrai with Shell and Channel
",.,nfi,""I"",f',,,.. d:
Integrai with Shell Channel
Tubesheet Integrai With Shell And Channel
Configuration b:
,h""",hooi integrai With Shell And Gasketed
With Channel, Extended As A Flange
(not extended)
(d)
Notes:
curves
values
>
, and valid curves
8.3.
for other
values
18.3.
,n'I',.""."'I"I" accurate for for
ne",,,,,,,.,,,,, the values in the curves,
for
and
Notes:
1.
values the
of for other . These valid for curves
and
Notes:
1.
l
~ l
I
~
*-
!..- ti -
!
I I
-
t
s /'
"
!
'"
l
1/ tS'1-1
(
\
/
~ l
t
'\
.. e"
.....
.-h---..
ts ,1
.-h---..
~
US,m
~
ID
Es
ID
Q) Q)
.c .c
II) II)
Q) Q)
..c ..c
::l ::l
I-- I--
4.1
lmmersed
I-In'::!tir,n Head
A
Tubesheet
(b) Configuration b:
Tubesheet Integrai with Shell and Gasketed
with Channel, Extended as Flange
Configuration
with Shetl and Channel Tubesheet
(e)
ahl"<::hl"'At Ga:ske,ted with Shell and Integrai with
Channel, Extended a
(f)
TubesheetGaske:ted
c)
i)
ii)
=
or
for m, notexceea or
LO
in aocmlCm
root convolution
c)
avoid insitabilitv is
b)
5=
is
condition. If
of OellOVlfS .."..",.,+0, ..; .... 1
=
c) shall
+w+
1)
c) = O,
l
c)
bellows.
number
N
a1w
' shall calculated in
i) UNS and UNS
in
aUclwable internai avoid column lnsltablllltv is
9.1
pressure caClacltv
as
'''' .....'l'V..'.''-''-' to vacuum, the
pressure stress vY'AO"V'
9.1
roirltr.r,r"orl bellows shall
4.1
c)
torus of
4.1
The
=_.:0--__
c)
axial dls!)lac:ement
>
>
OISI)laC;errlem of
>
b)
8
to of bellows
axial diSDIaCernel1t in
+
+
IJ
c)
+ +
+
IJ
Position Number 1:
+ +
= [
I J
in
c)
"'''1''-'''&''''''''''''''''''"' with
dimension
thickness
units.
us
moduius
k
'iI
s
w
P.
-. ---=:=-...-_---_..=:.
=
k
A=
, 1.0J
s
s
1.5
o
1) o l
in
in
) 2
) 2
!I:-----------------.---.---J---------------------------'I
Notes:
1)
A b
---
=
s
sS
C'tI"L,",,, .... ,th reduction
is
) ?:
<
1
Notes:
1)
s
s
s
-- - - - - - - - - - ~ - - _ - - - - - : : . _ - - - - - - - - ' : : - . . - - - - - - = -
3.8
6.4
that accounts
w
f
Displa(:::emlem: y
e
e
(1 )
(1
or
Design Movements: Compression: (-) mm Axial Extension: (+) mm
:Splscl1"ied number Cycles: _
Length: mm
____ MPa
Upset DC
installed Position: Vert.
_" mm Angular: deg
Operating DC
MDMT DC
Internai MPa
Manufacturer: _
VesseIOwner: _
Installation Location: _
Expansion Joint
Design DC
MAWP MPa
____IDmm
Design MPa
Design MPa
1. ltem Number:
Drawing/Tag/Serial/Job Number: _
12. Shell Material: Bellows Materia!: _
13. Shell thickness mm Shell Corrosion AlIowance: lnterna!: mm External: mm
14. Shell Radiography: Spot / Full
End Preparation: Square Cut Outside lnside Double Bevel (Describe in Une if special)
16. Heat Exchanger Tube Length Between lnner Tubesheet Faces: mm
17. Maximum Bellows Sprng No N/mm
18. Internai Liner: No - Materia! _
Ves Quantity/Size: _
- Telescoping Liners? No Ves
- Material: _
I Bellows VO'vUIO,"VI
etc.)
No
No
No
No
ultrasonic
ID: 20. Liner Flush with
19. Holes in Liner:
DrawinglTag/Serial/Job Number: _
____OD _____10 in.
Owner: _
Installation Location:
o
_
EXloarlsicm Joint Overall Length: in.
5. internai Design psig
6. Pressure: Design psig
7. Vessel Manufacturer Hydrotest Pressure Internai psig External psig
8. Temperature
9. rating
o Design _
MAWP _
psig
Operating F
MDMT F
Upset F
installed Position: Horz.
10. Design Movements: Axial Compression: (-} in. Axiai Extension: (+} in. Lateral:
11. Spedfied number of
in. Angular: deg
Shell Material: Bellows Material: _
13. Shell thickness in. Shell Corrosion AHowance: Internai: in. External: in.
14. Shell Radiography: Spot / Full
15. End Preparation: Square Outside Bevel Inside Bevel Double (Describe in Une if spedal)
16. Length Between Inner Tubesheet Faces: in.
17. Maximum Bellows Spring Rate: No Ves Ibs/in
No Yes-
Drain Holes in Uner: No - Quantity/Size:
Uner Flush with Shell No - Telescoping Liners? No Ves
No - Material:
ultrasonic examination,
S O E ~ C l r I C to the and
the
c) oV'':lmnio aOIDilc:able to
low pressures.
function.
the
and that
a program,
the
construction.
nor
e 1)
h
i, k
constitute test.
value of . In
.0.
=
e
in for
/ ), l
s
1)
(1 )
(3)
(2)
(4)
Test Block
Support
Stiffening Ring
Plunger
N.P.T.
Cylinder
TestBlock l
I
~ ' -- Snap Ring
Snap Ring
O-Ring
(typical)
Test Block
c)
c)
limit
c)
structural intr-,,..,,ri,hl
)
1)
in 5.6.
)
5.6.
)
1)
and
c)
, or
1) .
~ s
~ l
+
c) on
of a
The material
small displacell1elnt
iimits
limit-Ioad
c)
If applilcable, User's
f'laicarrY1lln,o the acc:epltabiilitv cf
c)
cf
=
=
~ Jl
+
,0 1 )
=
c)
c)
1)
c)
f)
c)
on construction
c)
N
is
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(
)
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+ +
=
J'
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), In
f)
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s1.0
i)
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i)
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k=l
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k) o
c)
+
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), (
+
+
).
for
+
ela:stica!ly calculated , fram ela:stlcally calculated
structural
are
+2
and
=
=16 mm
t
16 mm
l
l l mm
(1-
LO
=
=
i) 6 8 ali
j) location
.0
i=l
k) the
shown
range in
=
+3
r
J
=
r
minimum POSjSlbie
=
is
In
(-)
+
+7.
l
=- - - - - - - - - ~ ~ - - - - - - - - ~ . : - - . . . - - - _ - - : : . - - ' -
thermal
c)
minimum
c)
( ~ )
o
<
.0
= <
5
(1 LO
of
in
whether not
in
1)
'LlULULlI"" to
minimum
c)
of
than
w=
6.
a
a
under
two adH:iCelnt
full range of
normal
normal
two adiiac!ent normal
stress direction.
evaluation for
under rc:::"'fl:=lIUaUIJI
m,k
evaluation.
nominai
and
."""..... ""''-' or
the
)
with
number with
the shell to axis of
the maximum stress in
s
L
L
at m
at
OIUell.IVI far
the
w
Notes
1)
s
s
s
s
s
+ + +
+ +1 +
+ +
1)
1++
+
l
+ + +
/"lotlno/"l in
Junction with
Notes:
1.
to
hov.,rlIlru'"l is classified
POEiSibiltv of thermal stress ratchet.
linear stress is defined as the linear stress distribution the
moment as the stress distribution.
Material
(1
Aluminum 1
Titanium and
Zirconium
Stainless Steel
Steel
and Nickel
Notes:
reduction in
not
the nt"I<:l"Int"l1
in
Notes:
differential is unknown or cannot be a shall
o
On Number Of Thermal
1000
is:
construction
construction
knuckle
4
=4
Weld
Condition
1.5
NA 1.6
NA
NA
NA
NA
with
Notes:
satisfied:
Increment
Local
Membrane
il \l,n ..",,,,,,,, stress
across any solid
section.
Considers dis-
continuities but
not concentra-
tions. Produced
mech-
loads.
Stress
j
I
.... _ ....
--
: ~ ~
I
I
) l
"> <:
W
Wall EClILJIVl:Uei1Ce
In the finite OlloirrlOlnt rrlon''''n
distribution
distribution
If
results an
c)
continuum
Structurai Stress Method
but l''Octl''lf''tc
b)
c)
1)
i)
ii) When the stress distribution
1)
1)
c)
of of the iinear "'=I,-".nl" stress is the
the stress classification
2
c) The
s the tensor whose f"nrrVH'", ..."non'il'C"
+ ) -l)
continuum or shell alorrno,nte
mesh-insensitive structurai
c)
j,
nodal j , normal to the CcOf"tir'\,n
.,,-'''''''''.., nodal moment
nodal force
""il"'>'I"!f'l"",n'l' iocation ,,,,,,,,,,,'1'.,,,,,,,,
used or
nodal lY\t'\ilY\Olnt
thickness direction.
element Inf"':!lti""n plOSI1t1on
under
stress tensor inside surface
shell.
OiOll"!f'lo'n'l' iocation pmmlC>n
radiai f"t'\tf'W'niln':!l'to of node j for
locai f"tr>,,, ..r!liln':!l,ro .... "" .."''''''''.
classification defines location nodal
normal to
stress claissITlcl:3t!e>n
w
x
= - ~ - - - - - - _ - - - : -
=---"-----=-----'=-
=- - - : ; ; . . . . - - , ~ - - - = - -
=---'----------'-
w
w
w
w
SCl
IVlIUDlarle \ !
l
with
- See Datai! A
1)
Note
should
Thick
' - - - ~ ~ ~ - - ~ 4 L : . L . . - - - - , ~ Plate
-+--r--+- Thin
User.
in this Annex shown
f)
c)
stress-strain
c) 8.
ranges Y the three most
the absolute
3
of ranges Y.
f)
h) the counted
c) which
mn
J5
- Determine maximum von and
and n
t of
8- the event or
and n
t
number of as
i) 9 Determine number of
< trom those considered in and the number
n
t
> considered and reduce the number of
f)
reversais
k)
n
t
.
mn
n
t
.
mn
with
and n
t
.
mn
stress with normal in
n
t
.
mn
with normal in the
n
t
.
mn
with the in the 1-direction
n
t
.
mn
stress with in the time
and n
t
.
mn
with in the
and n
t
.
under consideration with the
n
t under consideration that
number
n
t
.
Rainflow
Method.
y
absolute the range
Method.
stress
""""'1"'1'01,,",'11' in
ovr,,\;:I!I"1,C!i"I,n different
"""il""''''''''''''! stresses that
+
J5
1)
i)
ii)
The non-linear distribution
= /t)
the assoeiated loeal
below:
=0
= 2
i= 3
=1
+ .0 >
)
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)
non-Ioeal strain
1)
loeal therma! and
the In
m in
=1.0 1)
1J
l
noteh
1) 1 and
i)
= 1.0 )s

=
l.0}
+1.0
ii) results that are <.4U''''''''''-',""
= .0
>
+1.0J
= ]
= (l(SCF) c::Ll.O}---'---:---'---:--
=
1) Poisson's
i)
=
= +
-l).
+
non-Ioeal strain redistribution
i)
ii)
eoneentration
results that with stress
f) 6 oe1N11Elen time
+
+
+
+
as below.
a
and for
OeltwElen time nt for
to thermal hOI"\rlu"in effeets for
for the non-thermal
redistribution non-Ioeal
noteh Dlastll:;ltv
n nrUl_'r1,r''=3' strain redistribution
loeation and
time
wall thickness.
distribution.
x
z distribution,
distribution T.
true.
obtained fram
(l +
wall. lf the axis
on
the
c)
~ 1
l
1)
shall
shell thickness t"
max
c) in "'''''''''''',1'"1'''''''''0 with
satisfied.
cf
aOI:lIIc:aOle rules
the indices with the
nnonnh,,.,,,,,,o stress
l
or the thickness the
the circumferential stress of the section
under
the
of the section under consideration and to the
stress normal to
around the hole in shell.
minimum thickness in
'l
r
2
local
r
3
local
stress ""''''''''''''''''''''',,''''''''1' ''''''''l''I'V'l'' I
thickness of pel1or'ateld or the thickness the
axis of and normal to
nnrr'tlnn of
vessel.
as aPt)IIC;aOI!e.
R
3.1 1.2
1.0
1.0
t
2.1
R
3.3 l l
0.3
NA NA NA
NA NA NA
Notes:
1. fillet in of as
Maximum stress/stress 3 occurs from
moment.
e
c)
1"'I'::l1"'::lnr'::ll"".n contains method
trom structural interaction with rno.rnho.rc-
lI''''III1"\\AlI''''''' conditions:
loads
function of
rla1rarl'Y'lil'"lari based on the
the ~ n ~ ~ I \ l C I C
1) "'.".''"''"''''''''' Poison's
the out-of-
strain
for
i)
ii)
E
=
of v,
modulus
the
modulus
-* -*
i)
<
in stress :::ln':H\lCIC
can
evaluate the
mechanical
thickness
distribution
b)
l
=
= - sfJsl
evaluation.
1)
) )
1)
) )
c)
I and
6
+ + )
+ )
At ofthe
of
the
of
v
(
)+\
"
v
+
=
+
=
=
of
)+
+
)]
and
information Tables
LO
=1.0
=1
=
=
with
A
d*
direction
coefficient
coefficient of
G (1+
r ! 1 - : : : l n n n ~ 1 direction
*
J1
v
direction
for
p
normal
the rim
the
normal
normal
normal
for
in
rows, but not to exceed
l''O'ft::lI''O,nf''<::ln to the local coordinate
"""",,,,,",,,r_Tl"._,,,,,,,,nH;;>r between aetllaClsnt
in
1. E
LO, =
1.094078E+02 7.097756E+00
Note:
0.0
8.368412E+01
0.0
0.0
-6.193608E+01
-7.869233E+00
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
if 0,1, O, ,O,
< O, l, then 0.1.
=
::;;1.0,
=
If
-1.056089E+01
1.921504E+03
-5.969066E+01
-1.407781 E+01
2.363003E+05 6.022030E+01 6.108286E-01
5.674145E+04 1.627461E+01 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
-1.346693E+02
0.0
5.916208E+00 -1
Note:
:s; 1.0 , far
is far infarmatian
=
+
*2
+
-*
E
--*
~ _ - : - . - _ + +
E
G =
1
=
v =
=
Notes:
LO.
-*
v
-*
=
---'---+-+
E
+
Notes:
G
l.0.
= =---"'---
in shown
*t
t
o o
o o
*t
o o o
=
)a
o o o o
t
o o o o o
o o o o o
t
]+4
e
= = + +
=
= cos
-4 e
v
rllf'Q{"'tlnn in
1
Notes:
l''\rn'ulru::>rl for information
3. Valid
Notes:
1.
O.OOOOOE+OO
Notes:
Os()
n l " n ' l / l n < : ~ n for information
and () (() is
Valid range is 0.1 s
Notes:
1.
3. Valid
rlotiniti""n of
~ l.0 , data
o ~ e ~
information
Notes:
Notes:
1.
information
Pt
Pt
Ps
*
Ps
Pt - Ph
*
Pt
1. =
=
y
a*
x
x
a*
x
Uniaxial Loading along Y-direction
I *
I'xy
,
Pure
/Il*
'ez
8
*
*
*
*
*
*
With
the
of
=
=
of
c)
N =
T
=
the
shall
follows:
max
), 1 1 )
max
= ),
),
finish.
stress.
an
results.
minimum number
far the C'nL:>,...i'i"iori
)
)
)
)
)
I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I I
I
N
6.3
6.3.1
6.4.1
c)
1)
Ali
if
any wiii
thickness
1)
c)
1)
c)
b)
c)
b)
c)
1)
mm
and to
in
c)
shall
this shown
iX.
in
i)
datail
such
1) on
ii)
c) Examination
c)
Joints
b)
cf base
cf weld
1)
wiii
<eoam::H1 Welds
the shall not
if ',","Jl'U,",U in
in
1)
c)
or
weld.
Materials
f)
closed
1)
the
c)
f)
c)
weld nU';:'r!;:;;lIU UU'CllI.ilICiU in
and
located
located
1.6 (1/16
ii)
i)
i)
i)
ii)
8, resloect!veN
fram are
1, 3
maximum.
has
b)
=
=p
=----'-----'---
4
t
= +
such
hollow to
tro':otnf1lo.nt shall
c)
follows.
b) or
shall not exc:;ee!(1
c)
in
without
and at least
c)
c)
and
Nondestructive
Section IX shall be
11.
formed
3.1 1.
Rules
c)
d
modulus
g
p
r
to
to
S
t
t
A
tE
of
ti
e
b)
c)
d)
1)
3)
4)
minimum
t
n
>5 in: 1100F,
minutes
in.
0.04 hr/mm,
15
b)
1)
3)
i)
ii)
t
n
> 5
minutes for
in.
hr
additional inch
2)
i) maximum throat 'iI''"'''''I/.''1''''''''''''' 3
ii) is
c)
t
n
>
minutes
in
a)
b)
c)
3)
i) a n4\<:::iVII4\"'li
ii) a
i)
15
c)
1)
1)
the minimum
and
C
30
mm :
minimum.
Far t
n
> in: 1350F
F max., 5
minutes far
additianal inch
aver inches.
a)
b)
minimum
0.04 hr/mm,
1 hr/in,
hr
a)
3) or
b)
the tubes
i)
ii) maximum thickness
c)
d)
e)
f)
3) direct
b) Postweld heat conditions SOl3ci1fied
of thickness for
1 and
min/mm (1
1,
thickness
NA NA
C
1&
CI. 3
5Ni-1/4Mo
SA-353 9Ni
SA-517 1/4
11 4 1/4
1/4
SA-51 1/4
1/4
11 1/4
3 %
% 1/2
Notes:
1.
air.
3.
--- ! --- ---
'---+------'--- These !tems
Test
mm
Reinforcement
Machined
With Metal
(a) Originai Configuration (b) Flare
Swage Upset (O.D. Match)
(e) (LD. Match) (f)
the
c)
b)
c)
ali
thickness ru'c''::llt""r than mm (1
location of nondestructive
1)
shall
group 1 shall
c) butt
or nn-"71t::lIC'
orweld.
1)
pressure test
s e e i p a ~ ~ e of the test fluid
b)
b)
c)
3,
oV':HY\l!nofi in '='f"r>r","fil,=,nf"O
b)
that
random ....... ~ r u ' ' ' , " ' t i t ' '
minimum
unit of
shall be
t"nrnnlotolu examined
b)
v.
1)
i)
ii)
i)
ii)
mm (1/8
rounded indications that
the
to 6
c)
mm
c)
f)
" .... rno.",,'!' in
III UT
i)
j)
1)
FlU"'""">hl",, flaw or O,
internai
on the
t"1"':I1':'1':'111'\I an indication
similar m;::ltol"i;::ll
it has been
that
shall
c)
in
c)
1) width.
than
or
1)
mm or
c)
not
mm or
like indications detected. ,,,,,.,,,,<:'1"\,61"'1'''/0
in this section:
until
c)
such
c)
or
c)
25
include notch
1)
e:.V""i'Y1I""e:.r! show
the entire weld
aelreC'[S disclosed the
this Division
that differ
thickness.
maximum extent PO!:;SI[)le.
Unlimited
process
6.
Notes:
1.
100% 100% 100%
10% (4) 10% 10%(4
I
I ~ " , " : : - " ' ' ' ~ ' ~ ' " ' " ' - ' ' ~ , . '-' I ~ " ". '-'. I
l'UV IV 100% 100% 100%
.Jl"""n.1
10% (4) 10% 10% (
100% NA 25%
10% NA 10%
100%
I
100% 100% 100% 10% 10%
10% 10% (4) 10% 10% (4) 10% 10%
100% NA 25% NA 25%
10% NA 10% NA 10%
100% 10% 100% 10% 10% 10%
100% 100% 100% 100% 25% 10%
10% 10% (4) 10% 10% 10% 10%
100%
I
100% 100% 100% 10% 10%
10% 10% (4) 10% 10% (4) 10% 10% (4)
100%
l
100% 100% 100% 25% 10%
10% 10% (4) 10% 10% (4) 10% 10% (4)
10%
25% 10%
10% 10%
25% 10%
10% 10%
!\ NA
10% 10%
10% (4) 10%
100% 100%
I
100% 100% 25% 10%
10%) 10% (4) 10% 10% (4) 10% 10%
NA NA NA
NA 10% 10%
9 1-"
I"
...,.
~ ~ I
NA NA NA
100% 10% 10% 10% 10%
A
D
100%
100%
NA
00%
10%
100%
100%
NA
100%
NA
00%
10%
Not ner'l'Y'Iit'fef"'!
Undercut
Lack of nOlnofr>::lfu'1In
far
Notes:
/
~ o.
3)
4)
al al t al
0.00 0.031 0.020
0.022
0.033
0.033 0.038
0.038
0.40 0.058
0.067
3)
4)
any allowable reinforcement, and the n""i'"""m<:::ItQi'"
two members thickness
ne:,.,oh,"O>tir\n weld indudes weld, then
1) of the
dimension
0.50
al
a
0.00
0.10
1
0.20
0.30
Notes:
Not IU' n'...' ....-
.5
Indication
Wash
Possible
Condition
of in
The t in
L =6 mm (1/4
/
/4
(1 )]
1
Notes:
(1 )]
in any mm
o
(1 )]
(1 (1
. , .
. ..
'..
150
10 19
(1 )]
mm mm (1
Notes:
mm
for
(1 )]
mm (1 mm (1
Notes:
1
Il

(1 )]
(1 (1
1
#2
Surface
Pressure Surface
Of Unclad Component
Metal
Component
or
is greater)
Unclad Surface
Surface Flaw #3
S
Surface Flaw #1
Surface #4
,
/
(
\
\
\
)
I
/
S 1/2 in.
Parallel Planes
Seelion T-T
Ciad Surfaee
Pressure Retaining Surfaee
Of Unelad Component Or
Ciad-Base Metallnterfaee
Of Ciad Component
Surfaee
Flaws
Note (1)
Surface
Flaws
Nole (2)
C'
D'
E E'
Surfaee
Flaws
Note (3)
+
1)
1)
cf this
InS!pec:tor shall u"Tn""<:',,,
Make examinations to
confirm that the material
identification numbers
been
that applicable
Report, User
Specification,
dra,wir1Qs and related
docments available
material
identification
numbers have been
properly tr<::llr"lcf,,,rr,,r!
Maintain and
Quality ControI
System
Obtain the
Certificate and
maintain Ouality
Contro! System
NA
NA
7.3.1
7.3.1.1
6.1.1.3
Annex
Before
Welding
Before
Fabrication
Fabrication
Before
Fabrication
Welders
Applic:able Drawings
Documents
Manufacturers Ouality
Control System
Proper Thickness And
Dimensionai Check
Vessel Components
Qualifiical:ion Of Welding
Procedure
Of AH Materia!
The Fabrication Of
The Vessel Or Part
unf'IIUt1unn Sample Test
Traceclbility Of The Material
The Certificate Of
Authorization
Boiler And Pressure Vesse!
Committee
7.4.2
through
7.4.6
3.11
7.3.3
7.A.3.2.5
7,5,4
7.5.6
7.5.7
3.11 Welding
After Welding
ControI For Required
Treatments
Impact Tests For Welds As
Production
Certification of Qualification
of Nondestructive
Kadiogn:lphic Ultrasonic,
Nondestructive
Examinations
Visual Examinations
Manufacturer's
After Welding
Welding
After
................................................................................................. 8-7
........................................................................................ 8-7
8.3
8.3.1
8.5 8-8
8.6 Nomenclature 8-8
1)
examinations
pressure
UV'"'''''''','V OlrrliC'Clr,n examination in accordance 1 of
c)
r;:;lFlricr! out
b)
c)
d)
c)
8.1
but
c)
b)
at
in 8.1
or
=1
=1
for
shall
but
1)
b)
distortion.
if
on
for
c)
b)
t o n " I " " " " ~ I f ' ' ' test closures those
shall
visible of nOI'"rrn<::lnolnt
;:)ultaumt) of
c)
Position of
f) Test fluid
lf written
s
minimum
is TOlloweo. l''OT<:::>I''Ot"\f''O shall
9.3
1
9.3.3
9.6.1
9.6.4
c)
VIII,
shall follow
1.
f"I""1-''''''',f''I in Section
flow ",,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,r,,
, and shall meet
Division .
combination
certiticaticm tests shall
defined Section
certification and tolerance of 'O.'"''II"I",.n
or
1.
in
CUC1tOl'Yl that is used to limit
redundancies
n!::lI"!::lnr!::lfl"'lh 9.7.1
V P ' ~ , ~ p . I ~ shall state
shall be noted on the Data
another flow
administrative ,..rw\trf"\lc
of
i)
Outside
and/or
in
ii)
i)
ii)
c)
f)
pressure relief
considerations
maximum allowable \Alf"\l"vir.n
Process Conditions
fluido
f)
wiii
and
c) consideration must also
to nO'"1"'''','''
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II-D (Customary) 7/07
11-0 (Metri c)
11I-NCA 7/07
111-3 7/07
IV 7/07
V 7/07
VI
VII
VllI-l 7/07
V!II-2 7/07
VIII-3 7/07
IX 7/07
X
XI 7/07
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ENGINEERS
2006
Pressure 'lessel
and Addenda in effect on the date of issuance of
the revisions to the Code may
n1l"i='n':l1t'Olt"'An of technical ,,,,,,,n..',",,,,,,, to the ASME Boiler
This includes aH written issued between the indicated dates
on behalf of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Committee response to mqlUlI1es mtl::;rpret<l-
tions of the ASME Boiler and Vessel Code. A contents is also included which lists subllects
to the covered the individuaI volume.
These are taken from the for a few
editorial corrections made for the purpose of some a review of the lntprT\TPlt51tiIAn
revealed a need for corrections of a technical nature. In these cases, a revised mtef[lreltatlon
the number with suffix R and the file number
HAIIIA,,,,no these revised and revisions to issued
order. one
Code Section appear with the for each affected Section.
.... for reconsideration of these when or if additional information
is believes affect the persons
to the ASME committee or subcommittee. As stated
of ASME does not " or "endorse" any
or
either to the
and Addenda stated
matter or
present
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cover issued from Volume
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File: BC04-6S0
of
the JlJ'v"H/<.U'vL to stress instead of any
AD-IOl and AD-420.
the to use stress in accordance
lieu of the rules in AD-210 for transition sections?
Yes.
nrrnTH'l"tH:O of the A-JVC'"'F,HV'" to use stress " ' n " " ~ T < " L ' in accordance
Appel1Cl.l!ces 4 and S in lieu of the rules Article D-S for other
Yes.
the to use stress in accordance
in lieu of the rules in Article D-7 for flat heads and bolted and
Yes.
the to use stress
in lieu of the rules in Articles
for AD-9lI, and AD-940.
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272
SECTION CUMULATIVE INDEX VOLS.
Page Page
Location No. No. Location No. No.
Table ABM-l VIII-81-49R BCSO-725* 5
AF-1l2.1 VIII-2-S3-06 BC81-656 7
VIII-2-S3-08 BCSO-725 13
AF-135(a) VIII-2-92-06 BC92-150 136
Table ABM-1.2 VIII-2-S3-29 BCS3-385 28
AF-140.1 VIII-2-92-09 BC92-349 141
Table ACS-1 VIII-2-S3-19 BCS3-135 23
AF-145(a) VIII-2-92-03 BC91-465 130
Table ACS-2 VIII-2-S3-19 BC83-135 23
AF-200(b) VIII-2-83-30 BC83-540 29
AD-100 VIII-2-S6-17 BC87-427 85
VIII-2-83-30R BC83-540* 51
AD-100(b) VIII-2-S9-01 BC87-198 91
AF-2lO VIII-2-89-12 BC8S-426C 109
AD-lOO(c) VIII-2-04-12 BC04-650 271
AF-2lO.l (b)(2) VIII-2-92-17 BC94-107 159
AD-102 VIII-2-95-03 BC94-617 165
AF-220 VIII-2-98-01 BC97-264 201
AD-llO(a) VIII-2-83-18 BCS2-652 23
AF-221.2 VIII-2-9S-07 BC98-228 213
AD-132.2 VIII-2-83-22 BCS3-245 25
AF-222.3 VIII-2-98-07 BC98-228 213
AD-140 VIII-2-83-15 BCS2-296 16
AF-223.2 VIII-2-9S-06 BC9S-053 20S
AD-140.1 VIII-2-S3-35R BC83-653* 45
Table AF-226.1 VIII-2-95-11 BC94-422 189
VIII-2-83-35R-2 BC83-653** 45 AF-229.1 VIII-2-S3-34 BC83-652A 36
Table AD-150.1 VIII-2-83-26 BC83-221 27
AF-234 VIII-2-83-36 BCS3-683 37
VIII-2-9S-02 BC97-511 202
Table AF-241.1 VIII-2-83-03 BCS2-513 6
VIII-2-01-12 BCOl-822 243
AF-320 VIII-2-S9-04 BCSS-213 92
AD-151.1 VIII-2-04-07 BC04-1553 267
AF-334 VIII-2-01-11 BC01-792 243
AD-160 VIII-2-83-35R BC83-653* 45
AF-402 VIII-2-83-31 BC83-341 35
VIII-2-83-35R-2 BCS3-653** 45 VIII-2-01-07 BCOI-316 237
AD-160.2 VIII-2-83-38 BC83-644 3S
Table AF-402.1 VIII-2-92-18 BC94-278 160
AD-200 VIII-2-89-02 BC87-298 91
AF-402.2 VIII-2-83-24 BC82-736 26
AD-204 VIII-2-92-12 BC93-347 147
AF-415(e) VIII-2-83-43 BCS4-371 52
AD-21O VIII-2-83-20 BC83-169 24
AF-420 VIII-2-83-06 BCSI-656 7
AD-340 VIII-2-98-02 BC97-511 202
AF-540 VIII-2-83-30 BC83-540 29
AD-400 VIII-2-83-33 BC80-606 35 VIII-2-83-30R BC83-540* 51
AD-451 VIII-2-89-05 BCS9-00S 97
AF-551 VIII-2-S3-28 BCSI-531 28
AD-510(c) VIII-2-83-15 BC82-296 16 VIII-2-83-28 28
AD-520 VIII-2-86-18 BC88-079 85
AF-563 VIII-2-89-10 BC89-399 109
VIII-2-89-17 BC90-654 115
AF-572.2 VIII-2-86-10 BC87-066 72
VIII-2-92-11 BC92-384 147
AF-605 VIII-2-95-05 BC95-049 171
Fig. AD-540.1 VIII-2-83-39 BC84-138 39
AF-630 VIII-2-83-31 BC83-341 35
VIII-2-92-13 BC93-416 153
AF-635 VIII-2-89-03 BC88-126 91
AD-540.1(b) VIII-2-89-07 BC89-227 103
AF-S05.1(a)(2) VIII-2-92-10 BC92-109 142
AD-540.2(a) VIII-2-S3-39 BCS4-138 39
Fig. AF-SlO.l VIII-2-04-02 BC03-1646 259
AD-550 VIII-2-83-39 BC84-138 39
AF-8lO.20(b) VIII-2-86-02 BCS5-330 59
AD-550(f) VIII-2-S3-09 BC82-861 13
AF-810.20(d) VIII-2-04-02 BC03-1646 259
AD-610.1 VIII-2-S3-33 BCSO-606 35
AF-SI5.1 VIII-2-04-05 BC04-060 263
Fig. AD-613.1 VIII-2-98-05 BC98-051 207
AF-S20 VIII-2-S3-31 BC83-341 35
Fig. AD-701.1 VIII-2-86-06 BCS6-377 71
VIII-2-83-45 BCS4-003 53
sketch (b) VIII-2-S9-1S BC90-729 116
AD-702 VIII-2-S9-14 BC90-436 110 AG-110 VIII-2-S3-26 BCS3-221 27
AD-900 VIII-2-04-01 BC03-1249 259 AG-120(a) VIII-2-86-11 BCS6-073 73
AD-900(c)(I) VIII-2-S3-14 BC82-20S 16 AG-120(a)(3) VIII-2-9S-13 BC99-275 220
VIII-2-04-03 BC04-271 263 AG-121(a)(l) VIII-2-S9-19 BC90-652 121
AD-I101(b) VIII-2-S9-16 BC90-533 115 AG-121(c) VIII-2-04-04 BC03-1277 263
VIII-2-89-16R VIII-2-9S-14 BC99-273
AF-111 VIII-2-S9-13 BC90-344 110 AG-121.1 VIII-2-01-10 BC01-404 243
(a)
SECTION VOLS.
Location No. No.
AG-130 VIII-2-83-04 BC82-548 6 Appendix 9, 9-103 Vl1I-2-83-02 BC82-409 5
Vl1I-2-89-21 BC90-775 122 Appendix 9, 9-320 VIII-2-89-24 BC91-106 123
AG-140 VIII-2-86-04 66 11 VIII-2-83-44R BC77-70l* 53
AG-301.1 VIII-2-89-09 103 VIII-2-86-07 BC86-082 71
AG-301.2 VIII-2-01-14 BC02-3285 251 Appendix 18 VIII-2-83-25 BC82-754B 26
AG-303 VIII-2-98-08 BC98-229 213 VIII-2-92-16 BC94-059 159
Tahle AHA-l VIII-2-86-03 BC85-145 65 VIII-2-98-12 BC98-307 219
AI-Wl VIII-2-83-04 BC82-548 6 Appendix 20,20-230 VIII-2-86-06 BC86-377 71
AI-101(h)(6) VIII-2-98-16 BC99-496 231
Vl1I-2-86-08 BC86-376 71
AI-I02(h)(12) VIII-2-92-14 BC93-590 153
Tahle AQT-l Vl1I-2-83-23 BC81-576 25
AI-IlO VIII-2-86-05 BC86-230 66
AR-200(b) VIII-2-83-12 BC81-583 15
VIII-2-92-14 153
AR-230(d) VIII-2-95-08 BC91-445 183
AM-I00 VIII-2-95-15 BC96-306 190
Artiele 4-3 VIII-2-83-11 BC80-526 14
AM-101 VIII-2-98-17 BCOO-288 231
Alticle D-Il Vl1I-2-83-42 BC84-334 51
AM-105.1(a) VIII-2-83-27 BC83-266 27
Article F-8 VIII-2-83-32 BC83-641 35
AM-201.4 VIII-2-86-12 BC87-026 79
Artiele T VIII-2-83-34 BC83-652A 36
AM-201.4(c) Vl1I-2-98-05 BC98-051 207
AS-I00 VIII-2-04-08 BC03-1819 267
AM-202 VIII-2-92-18 BC94-278 160
AS-110 VIII-2-95-02 BC92-382A 165
AM-203.2 VIII-2-83-37 BC83-687A 38
AS-120 VIII-2-95-16 BC96-537 195
VIII-2-86-09 BC87-065 n
AS-130 VIII-2-95-16 BC96-537
VIII-2-86-10
195
BC87-066 n
AS-130(a) VIII-2-95-02 BC92-382A 165
VIII-2-89-11 BC89-412 109
VIII-2-98-04 BC98-052 207
AS-201 VIII-2-95-12 BC95-465B 189
VIII-2-01-06 BCOl-217 237
VIII-2-95-13 BC96-128 189
AM-203.2(b)(2) VIII-2-83-41 BC84-339 46
VIII-2-95-13R BC96-128* 201
AM-204 VIII-2-83-0l BC81-362 5
AS-204 VIII-2-92-16 BC94-059 159
AM-213 VIII-2-86-03 BC85-145 65
AS-310(a) VIII-2-92-08 BC92-295 141
Tahle AM-214.1 VIII-2-83-10 BC83-0n 14
AS-320(a) VIII-2-01-02 BCOI-I02 235
Tahle AM-214.2 VIII-2-83-10 BC83-0n 14
AT-1l2 VIII-2-86-16 BC86-105 85
Fig. AM-218.l Vl1I-2-83-34 BC83-652A 36
AT-l13 VIII-2-92-18 BC94-278 160
AM-218.2(a)(2) VIII-2-98-11 BC98-086 219
AT-l VIII-2-95-07 BC95-316 177
AM-31 1.2 VIII-2-98-18 BC98-366 231
AT-200(b) VIII-2-95-06 BC95-217 177
AM-600 VIII-2-95-15 BC96-306 190
VIII-2-01-03 BCOl-190 235
Tahle AMG-l VIII-2-83-09 BC82-861 13
AT-201(a), (h) VIII-2-95-10 BC96-127 184
Appendix I, Tahle 1-220 VIII-2-95-04 BC94-S02 171
AT-202(a) VIII-2-83-34 BC83-6S2A 36
Appendix 3, 3-320 VIII-2-01-04 BCOl-195 236
AT-202(h) VIII-2-89-22 BC90-341 122
Appendix 4, 4-112 VIII-2-01-08 BC01-380 238
AT-202.3(h) VIII-2-01-0l BCOI-097 235
Appendix 4, 4-112(a) VIII-2-83-07 BC82-680 8
BCOl-190
Appendix 4, 4-112(m) VIII-2-83-38 BC83-644 38
AT-203 VIII-2-89-08 BC89-288 103
Appendix 4, Tab1e 4-120.1 VIII-2-04-10 BCOS-680 268
VIII-2-92-04 BCn-050 135
Appendix 4, Fig. 4-130.1 VIII-2-83-35R BC83-653* 45
VIII-2-92-17 BC94-107 159
Vl1I-2-83-35R-2 BC83-653** 45
AT-203(a) VIII-2-89-20 BC90-862 122
VIII-2-83-13 BC81-717 15
VIII-2-92-07 BC92-221 141
VIII-2-83-16 BC82-584 16
AT-203(b) VIII-2-92-15 BC93-629
VIII-2-86-15 BC85-288 80
AT-300 VIII-2-83-10 BC83-0n 14
Appendix 4, 4-134 VIII-2-83-35 BC83-653 36
VIII-2-92-02 BC91-514 129
VIII-2-04-09 BC05-678 267
AT-355 VIII-2-01-15 BCOl-774 255
Appendix 4, 4-136.7 VIII-2-01-0S BCOI-206 236
AT-51O VIII-2-95-14 BC96-377 190
Appendix 4, 4-136.7(a) VIII-2-04-06 BC03-773 264 Code Case 1961 VIII-2-86-14 BC87-195 79
Appendix 4, 4-136.7(b) VIII-2-86-01 BC85-218 59 Code Case 1986-2 VIII-2-89-06 BC89-112 97
VIII-2-86-01R BC85-218* 65 Code Case 2211 VIII-2-01-13 BC99-084 247
Appendix 4, 4-140 VIII-2-01-04 BCOl-195 236 Code Case 2235 VIII-2-98-09 BC98-327 213
Appendix 5, 5-110.3(a) VIII-2-83-07 BC82-680 8 Foreword VIII-2-95-04 BC94-502 171
Appendix 8, 8-120(b) VIII-2-98-10 BC98-049 214 Interpretation statement VIII-2-95-17 BC96-134 201
(b)
SECTION
INTERPRETATIONS
No, No. File No,
(Cont'd)
use of ASME marking VIII-2-92-05 BC92-152 135
VIII-2-S3-41 BC84-339 46
VIII-2-95-16 BC96-537 195
VIII-2-86-09 BC87-065 72
field fabrication VIII-2-83-04 BC82-548 6
VIII-2-86-10 BC87-066 72
restamping VIII-2-86-13 BC87-199 79
VIII-2-89-11 BC89-412 109
flame cut flat heads VIII-2-86-08 BC86-376 7l
Stresses forgings VIII-2-01-06 BCOl-217 237
categories VIII-2-83-26 BC83-221 27 in lieu of radiography VIII-2-83-03 BC82-513 6
VIII-2-83-16 BC82-584 16 VIII-2-98-09 BC98-327 213
design stress intensity VIII-2-S3-09 BCS2-861 13 straight beam VIII-2-S6-06 BCS6-377 71
VIII-2-86-01R BC85-218 65
VIII-2-86-14 BC87-195 79
Vessel VIII-2-89-19 BC90-652 121
VIII-2-89-02 BC87-298 91
VIII-2-89-05 BC89-008 97
VIII-2-89-24 BC91-106 123
VIII-2-98-02 BC97-511 202
VIII-2-01-04 BCOI-195 236
Weld Categories VIII-2-83-33 BC80-606 35
VIII-2-01-12 BCOl-822 243
limits VIII-2-83-22 BC83-245 25
VIII-2-83-35R BC83-653* 45
Welding
VIII-2-83-35R-2 BC83-653**
buttering VIII-2-83-21 BC83-197 24
45
continuous VIII-2-83-14
thermal bending stress VIII-2-04-06
BC82-208 16
BC03-773 264
electroslag VIII-2-83-30R BC83-540* 51
Stress Theory, Maximum VIII-2-83-07 BC82-680 8
equipment calibration VIII-2-83-17 BCSO-038C 17
Shear
nozzles VIII-2-01-15 BCOI-774 255
operating loads VIII-2-83-13 BC81-717 15
packed joints VIII-2-83-46 BC85-194 54
VIII-2-83-26 BC83-221 27
procedures VIII-2-83-34 BCS3-652A 36
VIII-2-S3-35R BC83-653* 45
VIII-2-89-10 BCS9-399 109
VIII-2-S3-35R-2 BCS3-653** 45
VIII-2-92-09 BC92-349 141
VIII-2-01-0S BCOl-380 238
VIII-2-92-10 BC92-109 142
primary p1us secondary VIII-2-04-10 BC05-680 268
VIII-2-92-17 BC94-107 159
principa1 stresses BC80-526 14
VIII-2-01-03 BCOl-190 235
VIII-2-01-05 BCOl-206 236
repair VIII-2-83-06 BC81-656 7
strength of weld metal VIII-2-83-23 BC81-576 25
Test Gages Calibration VIII-2-95-14 BC96-377 190
testing VIII-2-89-12 BC88-426C 109
tube-to-tubesheet joints VIII-2-89-04 BC88-213 92
VIII-2-95-07 BC95-316 177
VIII-2-98-07 BC98-228 213
VIII-2-01-11 BCOl-792 243
weld overlay BC83-540*
ang1e beam VIII-2-83-37 BC83-687A 38 VIII-2-83-34 BC83-652 36
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