Part A: Ferrous Material Specifications. Part A contains material specifications for steel pipe, flanges, plates, bolting materials, and castings and wrought, cast, and malleable iron. Part B: Nonferrous Material Specifications. Part B contains materials specifications for aluminum, copper, nickel, titanium, zirconium, and their alloys.
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Part A: Ferrous Material Specifications. Part A contains material specifications for steel pipe, flanges, plates, bolting materials, and castings and wrought, cast, and malleable iron.
Part B: Nonferrous Material Specifications. Part B contains materials specifications for aluminum, copper, nickel, titanium, zirconium, and their alloys.
Part C contains material specifications for welding rods, electrodes and filler materials, brazing materials, and so on. Part D: Properties. Subpart 1 contains allowable stress and design stress intensity tables for ferrous and nonferrous materials for pipe, fittings, plates, bolts, and so forth. In addition, it provides tensile strength and yield strength values for ferrous and nonferrous materials, and lists factors for limiting permanent strain in nickel, high-nickel alloys, and high-alloy steels.
Subpart 2 of Part D has tables and charts providing physical properties, such as coefficient of thermal expansion, moduli of elasticity, and other technical data needed for design and construction of pressure-containing components and their supports made from ferrous and nonferrous materials. Use of a later or the latest edition and addenda of ASME Section II is permissible provided it is acceptable to the enforcement authorities having jurisdiction over the site where the component is to be installed.
In case of nonnuclear items or applications, the effective edition addenda and code case shall be determined as described for ASME Section I. The code cases, as approved with or without limitations and listed in Regulatory Guide 1.
The code case s not listed as approved in Regulatory Guide 1.
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