ASME BPVC IX 2010 PDF

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The footnotes in this document are part of this American National Standard. Patent Office. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form, in an electronic retrieval system or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Article I Welding General Requirements Weld Orientation Test Positions for Groove Welds Test Positions for Fillet Welds Types and Purposes of Tests and Examinations Tension Tests Guided-Bend Tests Notch-Toughness Tests Fillet-Weld Tests Other Tests and Examinations Rounded Indication Charts Welding Procedure Qualifications Preparation of Test Coupon Welding Variables Temper Bead Welding Welding Performance Qualifications Qualification Test Coupons Retests and Renewal of Qualification Welding Variables for Welders Welding Variables for Welding Operators Special Processes

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ASME BPVC IX (2010): Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Part IX, Welding and Brazing Qualifications

WPS for production temper bead welding. The approximate location of beads to be deposited relative to the original base metal surface shall be identified, and the applicable parameters shall be used for the layers to be deposited as specified by the WPS. This WPS shall describe the size of the beads to be deposited and the volts, amps, and travel speed to be used for the beads against the base metal, for each temper bead layer and for the fill and surface temper bead layers corresponding to the locations where repair welding is to be done. These shall be within the equivalent power ratio for machine or automatic welding for the respective layers given in QW In addition, each welder shall complete a proficiency demonstration. For this dem- onstration, each welder shall deposit two or more weld beads using WPS parameters for each deposit layer. The test coupon size shall be sufficiently large to make the required weld bead passes.

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It also covers rules relating to the qualification and requalification of welders, brazers, and welding and brazing operators in order that they may perform welding or brazing as required by other Code Sections in the manufacture of components. Welding and brazing data cover essential and nonessential variables specific to the welding or brazing process used. Addenda will be issued in loose leaf format to facilitate insertion of replacement pages. The addenda service includes all updates issued prior to publication of the next edition in July See the price list. Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. Online Tools.

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