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APPENDIX Y, B1 Calculation question.

APPENDIX Y, B1 Calculation question.

APPENDIX Y, B1 Calculation question.

Hello, I would like to ask the following question.

= B + g1 : for loose type flanges and for integral type flanges that have calculated values h/h0 and g1 / g0 which would indicate an f value of less than 1.0, although the minimum value of f permitted is 1.0
= B +g0 : for integral type flanges when f is equal to or greater than one
= B for Category 3 (loose type) flanges

For B+g1, It clearly says that the calculation is for loose type and integral type.
For B+g0 : this only says Integral type.

then, what if my loose type flange with hub calculation for f is equal to or greater than one? What equation should I choose, if this happens?
Does this never happen?

Than you for your time.

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