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Impact test-codeware compress

Impact test-codeware compress

Impact test-codeware compress

Before i use compress to prepare the strength calculation sheets in my company, i decided governing temperature using FIG UCS-66 curves.

Compress for windows uses the MDMT reduction of FIG UCS-66 1 to decide the rated MDMT.

Which one of FIG. UCS-66.1 and FIG. UCS-66 curves
is good to establish impact test exemption in Part UCS?

what is differences?

RE: Impact test-codeware compress

You first check FIG UCS-66, if you are above the graphs no impact testing is required.  If you are below the graphs you can apply UCS-66.1, which may lift your temperature above the graphs in UCS-66 and relieve you of impact testing.  However you don’t need to use UCS-66.1, you can ignore it and just use USC 66.

Don’t forget UG84, and if you have to do impacts you also have to do production test plates.

John   www.gowelding.com

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