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Extra resources for ASME BPVC 2010 - Section II, Part D: Properties (Metric)
Provided missing coefficient A values for N02200, N04400, N06002, N06007, N06022, N06030, N06045, N06059, N06455, N06600, N06625, N08031, N10242, N10276, N10629, N10665, and N12160 in Table TE-4. Thermal expansion data for stainless steels group 3 revised slightly. Coefficient of thermal expansion values provided for 500°C to 550°C for 8Ni and 9Ni steels in Table TE-1. New thermal expansion values provided for 17-4 H1150. Deleted Note H3 from Table 1A. Revised UNS N06230 stress values in Table 1B.
1 TABLE U (linear thermal expansion). This table is split into five parts as follows: (a) Table TE-1 covers numerous individual ferrous materials and ferrous material groupings. Notes at the end of Table TE-1 list the nominal compositions covered by the designated groupings. Again, knowledge of the nominal composition for a given material is essential, and it was noted previously that these can be extracted from Table QW/QB-422 of Section IX, given the specification number and grade or type designation.
8 TABLE 5B Table 5B provides allowable stresses for nonferrous materials for Section VIII, Division 2 construction. This table is organized in the same manner as Table 1B. Refer back to para. 2 for that description. TABLE 2A Table 2A provides design stress intensities for ferrous materials for Section III, Division 1, Classes 1, TC, and SC construction. This table is organized in the same manner as Table 1A. Refer back to para. 1 for that description. 4 TABLE 5A 3 MECHANICAL PROPERTY TABLES Ultimate tensile strength values and yield strength values are to be used in design calculations according to the rules of the Construction Codes.