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PWHT for 13CrNi45
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PWHT for 13CrNi45

PWHT for 13CrNi45

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what is the PWHT regime for 13CrNi4-5 material as per ASME?

Thanks

RE: PWHT for 13CrNi45

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1) Determine the material P-number classification from ASME Section IX.
2) Ascertain the governing construction code. Go to the section describing post-weld heat treatment and look up the requirements for P-number your welded construction falls under.

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RE: PWHT for 13CrNi45

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OK Asme section IX gives P number 4 for CrNi545 material-table QW/QB-422. What about the temperature and time of heating from where do we get it?

RE: PWHT for 13CrNi45

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RE: PWHT for 13CrNi45

there is also a table in the ASME which determines the pwht in function of pnºs

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