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Hello all not been in a wile hope e

Hello all not been in a wile hope e

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Hello all not been in a wile hope everyone is doing okay, hoping that someone can help me with a question if you have Weld pipe to plate will that cover you in plate to plate if yes or no please explain the reason for this

Thanks for your time

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

Draw a diagram and attach it to a post.

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

Plate = pipe with radius = ∞

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

If I remember correctly 24" diameter pipe is considered plate,
according to AWS D1.1.

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

Are you qualifying a welding procedure or a welder and to which Code?

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

(OP)
Hi weldstan it will be a PQR I should have asked the question a bit better to be honest if I was to use a 30mm die bar to a 30mm plate would that also qualify for a plate to plate joint I know that if you use 30mm thick it will take you from 5mm and anything grater according to 15614-1

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

30 mm thick bar has a "wall thickness" of 15 mm, giving a range from 3 to 30 mm from pipes dia 15 mm to infinity (= plates).

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

(OP)
Kingnero thanks, can you explain why pipe dia 15mm to infinity =plates please, I know that a butt Weld in plate covers in pipe over 500mm or 150 mm rotation position if you can explain my question that would be great

Thank you

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

See table 9. Can't get more clear than that.

RE: Hello all not been in a wile hope e

(OP)
Kingnero thank you

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