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Section III - Component Design and Construction. ASME Nuclear Codes and Standards. Supporting New Build and Nuclear. Manufacturing in. Section II, Materials, Parts A through D. BPVC-IX. Section IX, Welding, Brazing, and Fusing. Qualifications. REFERENCED ASME STANDARDS. ASME caite.info Division 1 — Subsection NB. Class 1 Components. SECTION III. Rules for Construction of. Nuclear Facility.
Reedy Engineering has all of those Editions and Addenda. Maintains Qualifications as Described in N Welding Certification and Qualification. The applicable Code Edition and Addenda for each component will be the one listed in the design certification document. More From Siampol Feepakphor.
Class 1 Ellipsoidal Head Design. However, no such guidance is provided in NB Does this mean that Class 1 ellipsoidal heads are not permitted, or does this just mean that there are no code requirements for Class 1 ellipsoidal heads? And if the latter is true, how does one proceed to design a Class 1 ellipsoidal head? Sincerely yours, A.
Wed, 23 July Dear A.
For Class 1 and Section VIII, Division 2, there are no simple formulas because the maximum shear stress theory is used which complicates things a great deal. With the latter, you must subtract the compressive stress from the tensile stress and this value changes at each point. A Class 1 ellipsoidal head will require more thickness than a Class 2 or 3 head, even with the higher allowable stresses of Class 1.
But, there is no easy formula. As they say, the Code is not a handbook! The bottom line is, if you perform a complete stress analysis, using shear stress theory, Class 1 allows an ellipsoidal head, or any head of any shape as long as the correct stress theory is used! I didn't know of any Class 1 ellipsoidal heads. Same for Div. Hope this answers the question.
Roger Reedy. Tue, 8 April Nuclear Vessel Classification. Specifically, was Class 1 referred to as Class A?
Thur, 10 April Dear Matt: Mon, 10 March How can I determine their applicability? Thank you, Fernando. Thur, 13 March Dear Fernando: Wed, 2 October I have copies of many ASME Code Cases but it is not clear how you determine which code editions and addenda they are applicable to.
Are code cases applicable to all editions and addenda of the code? Sat, 5 October Dear Kurt: No, code cases are only applicable to those editions and addenda of the code as either indicated in the code case or as indicated in the "Applicability Index" located in the front of the official volume of ASME Code Cases. Mon, 17 June Can you please tell me how to do that? Thur, 20 June Dear Bob: Wed, 6 March Can you please direct me to where I may find them?
Thank you, Cindy. Fri, 8 March Dear Cindy: Click on "Rulemaking Text and Other Documents" and then scroll down to the bottom of the list to file Also see file Mon, 3 December Thanks, Brian. Dear Brian: Tue, 16 October Thank you, Fred.
Sun, 21 October Dear Fred: Thur, 16 August We appreciate your help, Liu Win. Tue, 21 August Dear Liu: Sat, 9 June Alloy Weld Cracking Problems. Where can I find information on the Alloy weld cracking problems recently identified at the Summer and Oconee nuclear power plants?
Thank you, Dave. Tue, 12 June Dear Dave: Take a look at the U. Nuclear Regulatory Commission web site, specifically at http: Fri, 30 March Steve Roberts.
Sun, 1 April Dear Steve: Thur, 4 January Sensitized Stainless Steel. Where does the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission discuss the use of sensitized stainless steel? Sun, 7 January Dear Raul: Thur, 16 March Seismic Design Classification. Sun, 19 March Dear Dajun: Wed, 10 November Is this true, and if so where is this discussed?
Fri, 12 November Dear Shawn: You will find this discussed in the September 22, Federal Register as referenced below in the response dated Wed, 29 September Mon, 27 September Wed, 29 September Dear Charlie: The approval was issued in the Federal Register on Wednesday, September 22, The document is available from the "Federal Register: Thur, 14 Jan Hello Group: I would appreciate a little help from anyone.
What guidance is available for classifying the flued head with its integral attachment to piping at containment penetrations?
Should the flued head be considered a component support, recognizing that the pipe stress analyst may have treated it as an anchor point in the analysis, or should it be considered an integral part of the piping that performs a containment boundary function? Any response will be helpful.
Thank you. Tue, 2 Feb Dear Jose: Hope this helps. Tue, 27 Oct Classification of Service Water Systems. Can someone please point me to specific reference sources that discuss the classification of Service Water Systems in Nuclear Power Plants?
Thanks in advance. Sat, 7 Nov Dear Jeff: Mon, 14 Sep Classification of U. Diesel Generator Fuel Oil Systems. Dear User Group: What guidance is available for the classification of diesel generator fuel oil systems in the United States?
Thanks again. Hin Liu. Thur, 17 Sep Dear Hin: Fri, 11 Sep Nuclear Systems. What federal regulations are generally followed in the United States when classifying mechanical safety related nuclear power plant systems? Tue, 8 Sep Design Criteria for Future Inspections.
What design criteria is mandated in the United States to ensure adequate access for future inspection and testing? Ho Lin. Thur, 10 Sep Dear Ho: See Criterion No. Site Updates.
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