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ASME B36.19M-2004 pdf download

ASME B36.19M-2004 pdf download.Stainless Steel Pipe.
1 SCOPE This Standard covers the standardization of dimen- sions of welded and seamless wrought stainless steel pipe for high or low temperatures and pressures. The word pipe is used, as distinguished from tube, to applyto tubularproducts ofdimensions commonlyused for pipeline and piping systems. Pipes NPS 12 (DN 300) and smaller have outside diameters numerically larger than their corresponding sizes. In contrast, the outside diameters of tubes are numerically identical to the size number for all sizes. The wall thicknesses for NPS 14 through 22, inclusive (DN 350–550, inclusive), of Schedule 10S; NPS 12 (DN 300) of Schedule 40S; and NPS 10 and 12 (DN 250 and 300) of Schedule 80S are not the same as those of ASME B36.10M. The suffix “S” in the schedule number is used to differentiate B36.19M pipe from B36.10M pipe. ASME B36.10M includes other pipe thicknesses that are also commercially available with stainless steel material. 2 SIZE The size of all pipe in Table 1 is identified by the nominal pipe size. The manufacture of pipe NPS 1 ⁄ 8 (DN 6) through NPS 12 (DN 300), inclusive, is based on a standardized out- side diameter (OD). This OD was originally selected so that pipe with a standard OD and having a wall thick- ness that was typical of the period would have an inside diameter (ID) approximately equal to the nominal size. Although there is no such relation between the existing standard thicknesses — OD and nominal size — these nominal sizes and standard ODs continue in use as “standard.” The manufacture of pipe NPS 14 (DN 350) and larger proceeds on the basis of an OD corresponding to the nominal size. 3 MATERIALS The dimensional standards for pipe described here are for products covered in ASTM specifications. 4 WALL THICKNESS The nominal wall thicknesses are given in Table 1. 1 5 WEIGHTS The nominal weights 1 of steel pipe are calculated val- ues and are tabulated in Table 1. (a) The nominal plain end weight, in pounds per foot, is calculated using the following formula: W pe p 10.69(D − t)t where D p outside diameter to the nearest 0.001 in. (the symbol D is used for OD only in mathematical equations or formulas) W pe p nominal plain end weight, rounded to the nearest 0.01 lb/ft t p specified wall thickness, rounded to the near- est 0.001 in. (b) The nominal plain end mass, in kilograms per meter, is calculated using the following formula: W pe p 0.0246615(D − t)t where D p outside diameter to the nearest 0.1 mm for outside diameters that are 16 in. (406.4 mm) and smaller, and 1.0 mm for outside diameters larger than 16 in. (the symbol D is used for OD only in mathematical equations or formulas) W pe p nominal plain end mass, rounded to the near- est 0.01 kg/m t p specified wall thickness, rounded to the near- est 0.01 mm 6 PERMISSIBLE VARIATIONS Variations in dimensions differ depending upon the method of manufacture employed in making the pipe to the various specifications available. Permissible varia- tions for dimensions are indicated in each specification. 7 PIPE THREADS Unless otherwise specified, the threads of threaded pipe shall conform to ANSI/ ASME B1.20.1, Pipe Threads, General Purpose (Inch).

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