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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Requirements are also included for modification, weld repair, and postweld treatments of new and existing weldments. Filler metal and welding procedure guidelines are recommended for the applicable base metals, which are limited to x14.1 and low-alloy steels. Allowable unit stresses are provided for weld metal and base metal for various cyclically loaded joint designs.
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A formal reply will be issued after it has been reviewed by the appropriate personnel following established procedures see Annex C. Scope and General Provisions Processes and Filler Metals Part D—Welding Operator Qualification Weld Quality and Inspection Field Weld Repair and Modification Repair and Correction of Defects Scope and General Provisions addressed herein.
Safety and health information is avail- able from other sources, including, but not limited to, 1. Some used in the manufacture of cranes for industrial, mill, other sources of safety and health information can be power house, and nuclear facilities. Furthermore, the found in Annex D. The engineering 3 Providing written welding procedures; drawings shall specify the joint detail, type, and size of 4 Recording results of all procedure and welder weld.
This specification is not intended for application to qualification tests; construction- or crawler-type cranes. All provisions of this specification are equally appli- cable to the strengthening and repairing of existing 1. Acceptance shall be as agreed overhead cranes and material handling equipment as upon between the Manufacturer and the Owner pur- described above. The fundamental premise of this specification is This specification makes use of both U.
Acceptance criteria for production welds different measurements may not be exact equivalents; therefore from those stated in this specification may be used for a each system shall be used independently of the other particular application, provided they are suitably docu- without combining in any way.
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The specification with mented by the proposer and approved by the Engineer. The These alternate acceptance criteria can be based upon specification D The latter are shown d141 of suitability for service using past experi- in appropriate columns in tables and figures or within ence, experimental evidence or engineering analysis brackets [ ].
Detailed dimensions on figures are in considering material type, service-load effects, and envi- inches. A separate tabular form that relates the U. Customary Units with SI Units may be used in tables and figures.
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Manufacturer refers to the organization responsible for the Safety and health issues and concerns are beyond the performance of the work covered by this specification see def- scope of this standard, and therefore are not fully inition in Section 3. Welding symbols used on 13 AWS A5. Special requirements aaws be fully Gases explained by added notes or details.
Customary Units only cal Testing of Welds. When there is a conflict between 17 AWS B4. Anei References ness, Waviness, and Lay The following standards contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of 2.
BoxArlingate Society, N. Lane, Columbus, OH Definitions tion, 2 steels not listed in Table 1, or 3 base metals not covered by accepted national specifications, shall be The terms that follow are defined for the purposes of established by qualification, except as provided for in this specification.
Other terms used in this specification 4.
The responsible technical authority. When Table 1 or the base Manufacturer. The organization responsible for the per- metal specification does not establish the minimum ten- formance of the work covered by this specification. The person, company, or agency that purchases for design purposes.
Aqs documentation may be in the the equipment. In the establishment of minimum tensile and principal structural weldments. Those weldments that yield strengths for design purposes, due regard shall be carry the main working loads during normal operations. Welds, the failure of which would result in the aqs zone HAZ.
Steel base metals listed in Table ansj Allowable Stresses, in other welds or base metal. Any including combinations thereof shall be considered welds subject to only compressive stresses are not weldable without separate qualification, except base considered primary. The steels listed in secondary welds. Welds not covered by the requirements Table 1 are classified into groups according to the degree of primary welds; secondary welds shall be noted as of difficulty encountered during welding related to such on the drawings.
Secondary welds only need to chemical composition, rolling condition, or heat treat- meet the requirements of Section 7, Workmanship, ment. Steels in the higher classifications require greater and Section 10, Weld Quality and Inspection.
The minimum tensile When welding combinations of these steels, andi strength specified for the filler metal classification as related to the steel with the higher classification number published in the applicable filler metal specification. Quenched and tempered steels may be used where design and other fac- 4. Base Metals tors permit or require them. Their use shall be compati- ble with their mechanical properties and the design 4. All ferrous and nonferrous metals, requirements as documented by the equipment manufac- structural steel, steel castings, forgings, and any other turer.
Documentation may be in either anei two forms: Nonferrous metals sws meet the manufacturer, may be used.