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CASE

2120-1
CASES OF ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE

Approval Date: October 29, 1999


See Numeric Index for expiration
and any reaffirmation dates.

Case 2120-1 VIII, Division 1 construction provided the following addi-


Nickel-Iron-Chromium-Molybdenum-Copper Low tional requirements are met.
Carbon Alloy (UNS N08926) for Code (a) The maximum allowable stress values for the
Construction material shall be those given in Table 3. For welded
Section VIII, Division 1 pipe, welded tubing, and welded fittings, the stress
values shall be multiplied by a factor of 0.85.
(b) For pipe and tube sizes larger than those listed
Inquiry: May austenitic nickel-base alloy (UNS in ASTM B 677 seamless pipe and ASTM B 673
N08926) sheet, strip, plate, bar, fittings, welded pipe welded pipe, the dimensional requirements of ASTM
and tube, and seamless pipe and tube that meet the B 464 shall be used. The maximum nominal pipe size
chemical composition and mechanical property require- and wall thickness are 30 and 0.5 in., respectively.
ments in Tables 1 and 2, and otherwise conforming (c) The material shall be considered as P-No. 45.
to the requirements of SB-625, SB-649, SB-462, SB- (d) Heat treatment during or after fabrication is nei-
366, SB-673, SB-674, and SB-677, respectively, be ther required nor prohibited. All other requirements in
used in Section VIII, Division 1, welded construction? Part UNF for nickel-base alloys shall be required.
(e) For external pressure design, Fig. NFN-9 of
Reply: It is the opinion of the Committee that Ni-Fe-Cr- Section II, Part D shall be used.
Mo-Cu low carbon alloy (UNS N08926) plate, sheet, strip, (f) This Case number shall be shown on the docu-
plate, bar, fittings, welded pipe and tube, and seamless pipe mentation and marking of the material and recorded
and tube as described in the Inquiry may be used in Section in the Manufacturers Data Report.

TABLE 1
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION TABLE 3
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE STRESS VALUES
Element Composition, %
For Metal Temperature
Carbon, max. 0.020 Not Exceeding, F Stress Values, ksi [Note (1)]
Manganese, max. 2.00
Phosphorus, max. 0.03 100 26.9
Sulfur, max. 0.01 200 24.1, 26.9 [Note (2)]
Silicon, max. 0.5 300 21.5, 26.2 [Note (2)]
Nickel 24.0026.00 400 19.7, 24.8 [Note (2)]
Chromium 19.0021.00 500 18.7, 23.7 [Note (2)]
Molybdenum 6.07.0 600 18.0, 22.8 [Note (2)]
Copper 0.51.5 650 17.7, 22.4 [Note (2)]
Nitrogen 0.150.25 700 17.5, 22.0 [Note (2)]
Iron Balance 750 17.4, 21.6 [Note (2)]
NOTES:
(1) The revised criterion of 3.5 on tensile strength was used in estab-
lishing these values.
(2) Due to the relatively low yield strength of these materials, these
higher stress values were established at temperatures where the
TABLE 2 short time tensile properties govern to permit the use of these
MECHANICAL PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS alloys where slightly greater deformation is acceptable. These
(All Product Forms) higher stress values exceed 23, but do not exceed 90% of the
yield strength at temperature. Use of these stresses may result
Tensile strength, min., ksi 94.0 in dimensional changes due to permanent strain. These values
Yield strength, min., ksi 43.0 are not recommended for the flanges of gasketed joints or other
Elongation in 2 in., or 4D min., % 35 applications where slight amounts of distortion can cause leakage
or malfunction.

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