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Power Boilers: A Guide to the Section I of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Second Edition

John R. MacKay
John R. MacKay
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James T. Pillow
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As explained in Chapter 4, under the heading Distinction Between Boiler Proper Piping and Boiler External Piping, Section I rules for the design of boiler proper piping are somewhat limited. They actually cover the design of pipe for internal or external pressure only. More extensive rules are provided in B31.1, Power Piping Code, applicable to the design of boiler external piping. Those rules cover, in addition to pressure, many other loads that piping might be subject to, such as mechanical loads that may be developed due to thermal expansion and contraction of the piping, impact loading, gravity loads, and seismic...

Shock Service for Feedwater and Blowoff Piping
Pump Discharge Head
Unusually High Piping Design Pressure
Short-Term Overstress in Boiler External Piping
Hydrostatic Test of Boiler External Piping
Allowable Stress When Pressure Relief Valves Are Discharging
Feedwater Piping
Main Steam Piping
Blowoff and Blowdown Piping
Design Conditions for Blowoff and Blowdown Piping
Design Conditions for Drain Piping
Pipe Connections to the Boiler
Addition of Small Connections to Boiler Piping
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