Standard: DIN - AD 2000-MERKBLATT S 2
ANALYSIS FOR CYCLIC LOADING
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The following rules on analysis for cyclic loading apply to pressure-bearing parts of pressure vessels made of
- ferritic and austenitic rolled and forged steels,
- spheroidal graphite cast iron grades as specified in Annex 5,
- wrought aluminium alloy materials as specified in Annex 6,
manufactured and tested according to the B series of AD 2000-Merkblätter in conjunction with the W and HP series of AD 2000-Merkblätter to take into account cyclic loads1) arising as a result of internal pressure, temperature differences and additional external forces and moments at the most highly-loaded points (see Annex 1).
This specification need not be applied if the conditions in accordance with AD 2000-Merkblatt S 1 are satisfied.
A reduction in the permitted number of stress cycles is not required at low operating temperatures within the application limits of Stress Categories II and III in accordance with AD 2000-Merkblatt W 10.
1) The term "cyclic loading" is meant here in a comprehensive sense as the variation over time of a loading regardless of the magnitude and arithmetic sign of the mean value.
|Organization:||Deutsches Institut für Normung e. V.|
|Document Number:||ad 2000-merkblatt s 2|
|Change Type:||NEW ADDITION|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|
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