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Approval Date: February 7, 2000

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Case 2195-1 (c) Separate welding procedure qualifications and

24.5Cr-22Ni-7.5Mo-3Mn-N Austenitic Stainless performance qualifications, conducted in accordance
Steel (UNS S32654) with Section IX, shall be required for this material.
Section VIII, Division 1 (d) For external pressure design, use Fig. HA-2 of
Section II, Part D to a maximum temperature of 800F.
(e) The minimum solution annealing temperature
Inquiry: May solution annealed alloy UNS S32654 shall be 2100F, to be followed by quenching in water
wrought sheet, strip, plate, seamless and welded pipe, or rapidly cooled by other means.
forgings, fittings, and welded tubing, with chemical (f) Post-weld heat treatment after forming or fabrica-
composition conforming to Table 1, room temperature tion is neither required nor prohibited, but when heat
mechanical properties conforming to Table 2 and other- treatment is performed, it shall be as noted in (e).
wise conforming to the specifications SA-240, SA-312, (g) ENiCrMo-3 and ERNiCrMo-3 or similar corro-
SA-182, SA-403, and SA-249 respectively, be used in sion resistant weld filler metals may be used to weld
welded construction under the rules of Section VIII, UNS S32654 materials.
Division 1? (h) This Case number shall be shown on the docu-
mentation and marking of the material and on the
Reply: It is the opinion of the committee that solution Manufacturers Data Report.
annealed alloy UNS S32654 as described in the inquiry,
may be used in welded construction under the rules
of Section VIII, Division 1, provided the following
additional requirements are met. TABLE 2
(a) The rules of Section VIII, Division 1, Subsection MECHANICAL TEST REQUIREMENTS
C that shall apply are given in part UHA for austenitic (Room Temperature)
stainless steels. Tensile strength, ksi 109
(b) The maximum allowable stress values for the Yield strength, 0.2% offset, ksi 62
material shall be those given in Table 3. For welded Elongation in 2 in., min., % 35.0
pipe and tube products, a joint efficiency factor of 0.85
shall be used for circumferential stress design.
TABLE 1 For Metal Stress Values,
CHEMICAL REQUIREMENTS Temperature Max., ksi [Note
Not Exceeding, F (1)]
Element % 75/100 31.1
200 31.1
Carbon, max. 0.020 300 30.3
Manganese 2.004.00 400 28.5
Phosphorous, max. 0.030 500 27.3
Sulfur, max. 0.005 600 26.6
Silicon, max. 0.50 650 26.4
Chromium 24.0025.00 700 26.3
Nickel 21.0023.00 750 26.1
Molybdenum 7.008.00 800 25.9
Copper 0.300.60
Nitrogen 0.450.55 NOTE:
Iron Balance (1) The revised criterion of 3.5 on tensile strength was used in estab-
lishing these values.


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