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Who among you can comment on the am

Who among you can comment on the am

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Who among you can comment on the amount of weld shrinkage to be encountered in welding large diameter segmented T316L SE pressure vessel heads? The heads are 38'Ø with a minimum thicknes of 1.125" and are fabricated from 13 segments. Do you know of any articles or studies addressing this issue? Please feel free to pass my request along to others if you wish.

Thanks for your help, Kent.

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You can try the nickel development institue. (www.nidi.org).They provide a free service for answer to questions by material and welding experts involved in stainless steel and nickel alloys. I have used them in the past and they are usually pretty prompt and helpful in their responses.

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