what are tge differences between API 5L Gr B AND X42 PIPES
API X70 is one of line pipe grade family define by API 5L specification
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its a steel material used in pipes
API 5l X52
what is pipe shall be as per API 5L PSL2 BNS
Application programming interface
Modulus of elasticity will be 2.06*10^5 N/mm2
The step-by-step instructions on how to do a weld fitting on a A234 with a pipe of API 5L x60 w TH11.9 mm is not listed. It might be best to purchase a weld fitting manual for a A234 for further information.
10W-30 API SL or SM any name brand
Astm a53 grade b and a106 grade b is equivalent
can you weld two fittings have the specified the first is API 5L X60 and A234 WPHY60
In education it is an abbreviation for Academic Performance Index. in standard world it stands for API - American Petroleum Institute
The acronym API stands for American Petroleum Institute. API rates, or classifies, passenger car and commercial automotive motor oils.
API 5L Gr B CARBON STEEL PIPE
An L has 10 dL so 50dL is equal to 5L. L stands for liters and dL stands for deciliters.
ASTM A106 is a material specification of carbon steel pipes for high temperature service and of seamless manufacture. A106 yield strength is in the range of 25-30 KSI. On the other hand API 5L defines grades that are comparable to A106 (Gr A & B) while 5L encompasses much more higher strength grades mainly used outside plant piping for transmission pipelines of liquid and gas hydrocarbons. Moreover, 5L covers methods of manufacture and conditions of delivery in a wider perspective. Rework and toughness are more elaborated on.
Tensile Strength is 570 MPa (i.e. 82.7 ksi) - (Ref. API 5L - Specification for line pipe - Forty Forth Edition Section 9.3.2- Table 6)
it is 5l's
API stands for Application programming interface. API's are pre-written Java code that can be used by other programmers to create their applications.
5L = 5000 ml
5L = 5000mL
API 5L is a norme, A106 is a grade of steel API 5L is a more comprehensive specification mainly developed for line pipes used in oil and gas industry; the range of strength grades is much wider. While the lower strength grades grades A & B are comparable to A106, the other grades have much higher strengths (e.g. X42, X56, X60,...etc). Also, the quality grades are more stringent when PSL2 is applied where as rolled grades are not acceptable and rework is not allowed. Moreover, particular attention is given to toughness and toughness tests for sour services and higher pressure/ temperature classes.