Allowable pressure is calculated with the ASME 31.3 Allowable Pressure Equation with quality factor E = 0.6 and wall thickness coefficient Y = 0.4.
Allowable pressure for a 4" sch. 40 stainless steel pipe with temperature 100oF, allowable stress 16700 psi, quality factor E = 0.6 and wall thickness coefficient Y = 0.4 - can be calculated with ASME 31.3 Allowable Pressure Equation 1b
p = 2 (0.237 in) (16700 psi) (0.6) / ((4.5 in) - 2 (0.237) 0.4)
= 1102 psi
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Allowable pressure for aluminum tubes.
Calculate ASME 31.3 allowable pressure
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Bundling schedules for standard weight and extra strong steel pipes.
Temperature derating factor for steel pipes.
Normal maximum working pressures for steel tubes - in psi and kPa.
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Theoretical bursting and working pressure of wrought steel standard, extra strong and double extra strong pipes.
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