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Notes:

1. Units are as follows: E = 106 psi or = in./in.^F x 10~6 from 70° F Fy = ksi

2. Fy is for following grades: CS .3% = SA-516-70 CrMo < 2% = SA-387-11 -2

< 3% = SA-387-22-2 AUST SST — T-304 5-9% C, = SA-387-5-2

3. a = mean coefficient of thermal expansion from 70". E = modulus of elasticity

Fy = minimum specified yield strength Source: TEMA, Tables D-10, D-11; ASME Section VIII, Div. 2, Table AMG-1 and AMG-2

Notes:

1. Units are as follows: E = 106 psi or = in./in.^F x 10~6 from 70° F Fy = ksi

2. Fy is for following grades: CS .3% = SA-516-70 CrMo < 2% = SA-387-11 -2

< 3% = SA-387-22-2 AUST SST — T-304 5-9% C, = SA-387-5-2

3. a = mean coefficient of thermal expansion from 70". E = modulus of elasticity

Fy = minimum specified yield strength Source: TEMA, Tables D-10, D-11; ASME Section VIII, Div. 2, Table AMG-1 and AMG-2

Table J-2

Values of Yield Strength, ksi

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