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SA-201-B and SA-53-B

SA-201-B and SA-53-B

SA-201-B and SA-53-B

(OP)
I am in need of stress vs. temperature data at the following temperatures: 1000F, 950F, 900F, 850F, 800F, 750F, 700, 650, 600F down to -20F for the following materials:

                  SA-201-B and SA-53-B
Thank You!


 

RE: SA-201-B and SA-53-B

flaus77;
Why do you need the allowable stresses for all these service temperatures for this material (C-Si plate)? Well, here is what I will do, I will give you three values and you can interpolate the others

SA 201 Grade B

600 deg F   15 ksi
750 deg F    13.85
900 deg F    5 ksi

For SA 53, you can use a recent edition of ASME B&PV Code, Section II, Part D
 

RE: SA-201-B and SA-53-B

(OP)
Thank you for the info. Please be aware that most interpolations are linear and that linearizing non-linear data
is not always accurate, that is why I asked for specific values at given temps.

RE: SA-201-B and SA-53-B

Well, if accuracy is important to you I recommend ASME Section II, Part D.

Regards,

Mike

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