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API 5CT-2006 pdf free download.Petroleum and natural gas industries – Steel pipes for use as casing or tubing for wells.
4.1.15 heat analysis chemical analysis representative of a heat as reported by the metal producer 4.1.16 imperfection discontinuity in the product wall or on the product surface that can be detected by a NDE method included in Table C.62 or Table E.62 of this International Standard 4.1.17 inspection process of measuring, examining, testing, gauging or otherwise comparing a unit of product with the applicable requirements 4.1.18 inspection lot definite quantity of product manufactured under conditions that are considered uniform for the attribute to be inspected 4.1.19 inspection lot sample one or more units of product selected from an inspection lot to represent that inspection lot 4.1.20 inspection lot size number of units of product in an inspection lot 4.1.21 interrupted quenching quenching in which the pipe being quenched is removed from the quenching medium while the pipe is at a temperature substantially higher than that of the quenching medium 4.1.22 label 1 dimensionless designation for the size or specified outside diameter that may be used when ordering pipe I I f a E 2 dimensionless designation for the mass per unit length that may be used when ordering pipe 4.1.24 length piece of pipe that may be plain-end, threaded, or threaded and coupled, that is in accordance with the range requirements in Table C.30 or Table E.30 of this International Standard 4.1.25 linear imperfection imperfection which includes, but is not limited to, seams, laps, cracks, plug scores, cuts and gouges NOTE See API Std 5T1. 4.1.26 manufacturer one or more of the following, depending on the context: pipe mill; processor; threader; coupling manufacturer, pup-joint manufacturer; accessory manufacturer NOTE See Clause 14.
4.1.27 non-linear imperfection imperfection which includes, but is not limited to, pits and round-bottom die stamping NOTE See API Std 5T1. 4.1.28 casing, tubing, plain-end casing liners and pup joints as a group Pipe 4.1.29 pipe mill firm, company or corporation that operates pipe-making facilities 4.1.30 plain-end casing liner casing provided unthreaded and with a wall thickness often greater than that specified for J55 4.1.31 processor firm, company or corporation that operates facilities capable of heat-treating pipe made by a pipe mill 4.1.32 product pipe, coupling, accessory, coupling stock or coupling blank, either individually or collectively as applicable 4.1.33 pup joint casing, tubing or plain-end casing liner of length shorter than Range 1 4.1.34 pup-joint material standard casing or tubing, or thick-wall tubes or mechanical tubes, or bar stock used for the manufacture of pup joints I 4.1.35 purchaser party responsible for both the definition of requirements for a product order and for payment for that order 4.1.36 quench crack crack in steel resulting from stresses produced during the transformation from austenite to martensite NOTE This transformation is accompanied by an increase in volume. 4.1.37 seamless pipe wrought steel tubular product made without a weld seam NOTE combination of these operations, to produce the desired shape, dimensions and properties. 4.1.38 skelp hot-rolled steel strip used for manufacturing EW pipe It is manufactured by hot-working steel, and if necessary, by subsequently cold-working or heat-treating, or a 4.1.39 special end-finish threads with thread form and features, manufacturing specifications, dimensions, connection make-up and performance properties which are beyond the scope of this International Standard
6.3.3 Grade C95 Grade C95 pipe shall be subjected to no tensile or expansion cold-working, except that which is incidental to normal straightening operations, and to no more than 3 % compressive cold-working, after the final tempering operation. I Additional requirements for PSL-2 and PSL-3 products are specified in Annex H. 6.3.4 Grades C90 and T95 Grades C90 and T95 pipe may be subjected to cold rotary-straightening if, subsequent to the cold rotary- straightening operation, the pipe is heated to a minimum temperature of 480 OC (900 OF) for stress-relieving. When necessary, light gag-straightening for Grades C90 and T95 shall be permitted. I Additional requirements for PSL-2 and PSL-3 products are specified in Annex H.

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