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On these standards an enormous industry has been built and the satisfactory use of this product proves the soundness of the original design and specification.
Subsequently, the Committee, with the cooperation of the industry, made a survey of existing practice as the logical starting point for the development of an American Standard. From this survey, a table was designed to provide a selection of wall thicknesses of pipe to cover the power piping requirements of industry where strength to resist internal pressure governs selection and was later expanded to include pipe diameters and thicknesses used in other industries.
The resulting Numbers departed so far from existing wall thicknesses in common use that the original intent could not be accomplished. The Schedule Numbers were then adopted strictly as a convenient designation system for use in ordering.
In all cases, the designer must base his selection on the rules and allowable stresses set by the code which governs his particular construction. The table is dimensionally complete for all sizes and wall thicknesses within its scope, but some of the larger, heavier wall sections are beyond the capability of seamless mill production and must be obtained from forged and bored billets or other sources.
Subsequent slight revisions to Table 1 and the footnotes of the dimensional tables were approved and the ASA changed the designation to American Standard; the date of ASA approval was April 28, Further revisions were made by the Sectional Committee. It was asms hope in that the designation of pipe used commercially by all industry as Standard weight, Extra-Strong, and Double Extra-Strong would gradually be replaced by Schedule Number designation.
Consequently, in response to a demand from users, accepted practice for dimensions and weights of commercial wrought steel and welded wrought iron pipe were added.
These changes were designated an American Standard on February 23, In addition to necessary editorial changes, a simplified format was selected for the tables of weights and dimensions so as to include and identify the sizes and weights of API Standards 5L and 5LX.
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These changes to the standard were approved and it was designated an American Standard on December 21, The standard was revised in Additional sizes and thicknesses of steel pipe that had come into common use were also added to Table 2.
These changes to the standard were approved and it was designated an American National Standard on February 3, Further revisions were made to the standard in Additional sizes and thicknesses of steel pipe that had been added to API specifications were added to Table 2. Table 3, Dimensions and Weights of Welded Wrought Iron Pipe, was deleted in its entirety, since wrought iron pipe is asmee longer produced. These changes in the standard were approved and it was designated an American National Standard b36.1m0-2004 June 5, The standard was revised in to include SI metric dimensions.
The outside diameter and wall thicknesses were converted to millimeters by multiplying the b36.110m-2004 dimensions by Outside diameters larger than 16 in. Wall thicknesses were rounded xsme the nearest 0. These converted and rounded SI metric dimensions were added to Table 2.
A formula to calculate the SI metric plain end mass, in kilograms per meter, using SI metric diameters and thicknesses was added to section 5. The SI metric plain end mass was calculated and was added to Table 2. These changes in the standard were approved and it was designated an American National Standard on July 18, Further revisions were made in Additional sizes and thicknesses which had been added to API specifications were added to Table 2.
That edition was approved as an American National Standard on August 19, The next edition included additional wall thicknesses and was approved by the American National Standards Institute on August 24, The edition contained revisions to Table 2, adding pipe sizes, changing some plain end weights and masses, identifying metric pipe by the dimensionless designator DN, and eliminating the API Specification column.
The edition was approved as an American National Standard on September 23, The edition contained revisions to Table 2 to include the revised density for steel incorporated into Section 5 previously. Table 1 was deleted and other editorial changes to Sections 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, and 9 were made. The edition was approved as an American National Standard on December 1, The current edition contains revisions to Section 5 and Table 1.
It corrects the equation for nominal plain end weight. It adds the missing DN schedule numbers in Table 1. This edition was approved as an American National Standard on June 23, Christensen Metallurgical Consulting, Inc. Gruber, Wheatland Tube Co. Ingels, American Gas Association, Inc. Kverneland, Kok Metric Co. Pollak, Aluminum Association, Inc. The nominal plain end mass, in kilograms per meter, is calculated using the following formula: The word pipe is used, as distinguished from tube, to apply to tubular products of dimensions commonly used for pipeline and piping systems.
Pipe NPS 12 DN and smaller have outside diameters numerically larger than their corresponding sizes. In contrast, the outside diameters of tubes are numerically identical to the size number for all sizes.
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The manufacture of pipe NPS 1? This OD was originally selected so that pipe with a standard OD and having a wall thickness that was typical of the period would have an inside diameter ID approximately equal to the nominal size. Permissible variations for dimensions are indicated in each specification. The dimensional standards for pipe described here are for products covered in ASTM specifications.
The nominal plain end weight, in pounds per foot, is calculated using the following formula: As explained in the Foreword, the Schedule Numbers were subsequently added as a convenient designation for use in ordering pipe. All larger sizes of Extra-Strong have 1? It was not considered practical to establish Schedule Numbers or new designations for them.
A thickness shall be selected from Table 1 to suit the value computed to fulfill the conditions for which the pipe is desired. SI Units Schedule No. DN [Note 2 ] Outside Diameter, mm DN [Note 2 ] Outside Diameter, mm Wall Thickness, mm 5. DN [Note 2 ] Outside Diameter, mm Wall Thickness, mm DN [Note 2 ] 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Outside Diameter, mm 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Wall Thickness, mm