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TABLE2A
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE STRESS VALUES S FOR
FERROUS MATERIALS AT DESIGN TEMPERATURE
(Materials Permitted on ASME Sec. VIII-2 Only)
ASME 2001
Design Temperature
o
C
60
140

Allowable Stress at Design Temp.


ksi
Stress
20

SA-36
26-3-3
SA-203
302
Min. Strength
Nominal Composition
SA-204
304
ksi
18Cr - 8Ni
SA-225
304H
SA-240
304L
Tensile
75
SA-283
304LN
Spec
No
Type/Grade
Alloy
Design
/
UNS
Yield
30
SA-285
304N
SA-240
S30400
SA-299
305 304
SA-302Locator
309Cb
ASME
Applic. & Max. Temp.(deg.F / NP)
SA-353
309H
Limits on Section III
Addenda
Page 309S
Line
Class / Cond / Tempe
SA-387
SA-515
310H
Limits on Sec.VIII-2
316
3
SA-516
310MoLN
Applicable
Notes
Ext.Chart.No.
Tick(in)
SA-517
310S
SA-533
316
HA-1
G7
G10
G11
SA-537
316H
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SA-543
316LN
General Notes
SA-553
316N
(a) The following abbreviations
are used: Applic., Applicability; Cond., Condition; Desig., Designation; Smls., Seamless; and Wld.
SA-645
317
SA-662
317L
Due
to
the
relatively
low
yield
strength of these materials, these higher stress values were established at temperatures where the
G7
SA-666 use of these alloys 321
where slightly greater deformation is acceptable. The stress values in this range exceed 66 2/3% but do not e
SA-693
321H
of these stresses may
result in dimensional changes due to permanent strain. These stress values are not recommended for the
SA-724
347
slight
amounts
of
distortion
SA-737
347H can cause leakage or malfunction. Table Y-2 lists multiplying factors which, when applied to the yield
SA-738 allowable stress values
348 that will result in lowerlevels of permanent strain.
SA-812
348H
SA-832
405
410
1000oF, these stress intensity values apply only when the carbon is 0.04% or higher. This note is applicable
G10 At temperatures over
410S
429
430
XM-15
XM-19
XM-27
XM-29
XM-29
S31200
G11
S32304

Remarks:

e Stress at Design Temp.


Mpa
kg/cm2
137.8951 1406.14

Min. Strength
Mpa
kg/cm2
Heat-R esisting
517.1068 5,273 Stainless Steel
206.8427 2,109

& Max. Temp.(deg.F / NP)


800
800

P-No.
8

G-No.
1

on; Smls., Seamless; and Wld., Welded.

hed at temperatures where the short time tensile properties govern to permit the
e exceed 66 2/3% but do not exced 90% of the yield strength at temperature. Use
are not recommended for the flanges of gasket joints or other applications where
hich, when applied to the yield strength values shown in Table Y-1, will give

r higher. This note is applicable only when stresses above 800oF are published.

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Notes Group
General Note
General Requirements
General Requirements
General Requirements
General Requirements
General Requirements

Addenda

note_abrv
(a)
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5

note_text
The following abbreviations are used: Applic., App
Material that conforms to Class 10, 13, 20, 23, 30
Material that conforms to Class 11 or 12 is not pe
Material that conforms to Class 11 or 12 is not pe
Material that conforms to Class 11 or 12 is not pe
...

General Requirements
General Requirements

G6
G7

SA-723 shall not be used for minimum permissible


Due to the relatively low yield strength of these m

General Requirements

G8

This material has reduced toughness at room tem

General Requirements

G9

The stress-rupture test is not required for design t

General Requirements

G10

At temperatures over 1000oF, these stress intensi

General Requirements

G11

For temperatures above 1000oF, these stress inte

General
General
General
General
General
General

Requirements
Requirements
Requirements
Requirements
Requirements
Requirements

G12
G13
G14
G15
G16
G17

These stress intensity values at temperatures of 1


The Sy values of this material vary with annealing
A quality factor of 0.85 has been applied in arrivin
Impact testing in accordance with Section III Suba
G-2110(b) of Section III is mandatory for this mate
These stress intensity values shall be considered

General Requirements
General Requirements
General Requirements
General Requirements
General Requirements
General Requirements
General Requirements
Heat Treatment Requirements
Heat Treatment Requirements
Heat Treatment Requirements
Heat Treatment Requirements
Heat Treatment Requirements

G18
G19
G20
G21
G22
G23
G24
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5

This steel may be expected to develop embrittlem


The tensile strength shall not be in excess of 20,0
All forgings shall have a maximum tensile strengt
For Section VIII applications, SA-723 is exempt fro
Fabricated from SA-387 Grade 12 Class 1 plate.
Fabricated from SA-387 Grade 12 Class 2 plate.
See Appendix 26 of Section VIII, Division 2.
Annealed.
Normalized and tempered.
Quenched and tempered.
Liquid quenched and tempered.
Normalized, normalized and tempered, or quench

Heat Treatment Requirements

H6

Normalized at 1900-2000oF and tempered at 1350

Heat Treatment Requirements


Size Requirements
Size Requirements
Size Requirements
Size Requirements
Welding Requirements
Welding Requirements
Welding Requirements
Welding Requirements

H7
S1
S2
S3
S4
W1
W2
W3
W4

For Section III applications (if any), if heat treatme


The maximum thickness of forgings shall not exce
The maximum section thickness shall not exceed
Both NPS 8 and larger, and schedule 140 and hea
The minimum thickness of pressure retaining part
Not for welded construction.
For Section VIII applications, welding not permitte
Nonwelded, or welded if the tensile strength of th
Welded, with the tensile strength of the Section IX

Welding Requirements
Welding Requirements

W5
W6

In welded construction, for temperatures above 8


For Section VIII applications, Section IX, QW-250 V

01

tions are used: Applic., Applicability; Cond., Condition; Desig., Designation; Smls., Seamless; Temp., Temperature; and Wld.
to Class 10, 13, 20, 23, 30, 33, 40, 43, 50, or 53 is not permitted.
to Class 11 or 12 is not permitted.
to Class 11 or 12 is not permitted when the nominal thickness of the material exceeds 3/4 in.
to Class 11 or 12 is not permitted when the nominal thickness of the material exceeds 1 1/4 in.

ed for minimum permissible temperature below +40oF.


w yield strength of these materials, these higher stress values were established at temperatures where the short time tens

ced toughness at room temperature after exposure at high temperature. The degree of embrittlement depends on composi
is not required for design temperatures 800 oF and below.

000oF, these stress intensity values apply only when the carbon is 0.04% or higher. This note is applicable only when stres

e 1000oF, these stress intensity values may be used only if the material has been heat treated by heating to a minimum te

values at temperatures of 1050oF and above should be used only when assurance is provided that the steel has a predomin
material vary with annealing temperature. See Table Y-1.
has been applied in arriving at the design stress intensity values for this material.
dance with Section III Subarticle NX-2300 is not required.
is mandatory for this material.
values shall be considered basic values to be used when no effort is made to control or check the grain size of the steel.

cted to develop embrittlement after service at moderately elevated temperature; see Appendix 6. For P-No. 10H Gr. 1 mat
all not be in excess of 20,000 psi above the specified minimum.
a maximum tensile strength not in excess of 25 ksi above the specified minimum.
tions, SA-723 is exempt from the requirement in AF-730.3(b) that the average of the individual Brinell hardness numbers sh
7 Grade 12 Class 1 plate.
7 Grade 12 Class 2 plate.
ction VIII, Division 2.

d and tempered, or quenched and tempered.

00oF and tempered at 1350oF, minimum.

ons (if any), if heat treatment is performed after forming or fabrication, it shall be performed at 1500-1850 oF for a period o
ss of forgings shall not exceed 3 3/4 in. (4 in. as heat treated).
thickness shall not exceed 3 in. for double-normalized-and-tempered forgings, or 5 in. for quenched-and-tempered forgings
and schedule 140 and heavier.
s of pressure retaining parts shall be 1/4 in.

tions, welding not permitted when carbon content exceeds 0.35% by ladle analysis except for limited types of welding, as a
if the tensile strength of the Section IX reduced section tension test is not less than 100 ksi.
e strength of the Section IX reduced section tension test less than 100 ksi but not less than 95 ksi.

, for temperatures above 850 oF, the weld metal shall have a carbon content of greater than 0.05%.
tions, Section IX, QW-250 Variables QW-404.12, QW-406.3, QW-407.2, and QW-409.1 shall also apply to this material. Thes

Temp., Temperature; and Wld., Welded.

tures where the short time tensile properties govern to permit the use of these alloys where slightly greater deformation is

rittlement depends on composition, heat treatment, time, and temperature. The lowest temperature of concern is about 50

e is applicable only when stresses above 800 oF are published.

ed by heating to a minimum temperature of 1900 oF and quenching in water or rapidly cooling by other means. This note is

d that the steel has a predominant grain size not finer than ASTM No. 6. This note is applicable only when stresses above 8

k the grain size of the steel.

ndix 6. For P-No. 10H Gr. 1 materials, exposure to temperatures in the range of 1100 oF to 1700oF for relatively short period

ual Brinell hardness numbers shall not be more than 10% below or 25% above the number corresponding to the tensile stre

d at 1500-1850 oF for a period of time not to exceed 10 min at temperature, followed by rapid cooling. For Section VIII applic

uenched-and-tempered forgings.

or limited types of welding, as allowed in Part AF.

lso apply to this material. These variables shall be applied in accordance with the rules for welding of Part AF.

slightly greater deformation is acceptable. The stress values in this range exceed 66 2/3% but do not exced 90% of the yie

perature of concern is about 500 oF. See Appendix 6, 6-360.

ng by other means. This note is applicable only when stresses above 800 oF are published.

ble only when stresses above 800 oF are published.

700oF for relatively short periods of time may result in severe loss of ductility due to sigma formation; see 6-340 and 6-360.

corresponding to the tensile strength.

d cooling. For Section VIII applications involving consideration of heat treatment after forming or welding, see Table AF-402

welding of Part AF.

but do not exced 90% of the yield strength at temperature. Use of these stresses may result in dimensional changes due to

ormation; see 6-340 and 6-360.

g or welding, see Table AF-402.1 for P-No. 10K, Group No. 1 materials.

in dimensional changes due to permanent strain. These stress values are not recommended for the flanges of gasket joint

d for the flanges of gasket joints or other applications where slight amounts of distortion can cause leakage or malfunction

n cause leakage or malfunction. Table Y-2 lists multiplying factors which, when applied to the yield strength values shown in

e yield strength values shown in Table Y-1, will give allowable stress values that will result in lowerlevels of permanent strai

lowerlevels of permanent strain.