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AA - ANSI H35.2 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD DIMENSIONAL TOLERANCES FOR ALUMINUM MILL PRODUCTS Organization: AA
Date: 2013-11-07
Description: This latest (2013) revision consists of modification to the column heading for extruded and drawn pipe to harmonize with ANSI/ASME standard; editorial corrections and clarifications to tolerance table for drawn tube; clarification on tolerance calculation for wall thickness (eccentricity) of extruded tube; editorial corrections and clarifications to table headings and footnotes.
API REPORT PRAC 82-45 - RHEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF FRACTURING FLUIDS Organization: API
Description: All of that data are not included in this report. Rather the important conclusions drawn from those data are presented along with the relevant data that support those conclusions.
AWS WHB-5.9 - WELDING HANDBOOK VOLUME 5 - MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS, PART 2 Organization: AWS
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: The strength of some aluminum alloys exceeds that of mild steel; aluminum can be cast, rolled, stamped, drawn, spun, stretched, or roll-formed. It can be hammered, forged, or machined with ease and speed, or extruded into a wide variety of shapes; then it can be given an equally wide variety of mechanical, electromechanical, chemical, or paint finishes.
ASHRAE 90436 - ADVANCED ENERGY DESIGN GUIDE FOR SMALL WAREHOUSES AND SELF STORAGE FACILITIES: 30% ENERGY SAVINGS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: This Guide has been developed by a committee representing a diverse group of energy professionals drawn from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the U.S.
API - PUBL 1158 - ANALYSIS OF DOT REPORTABLE INCIDENTS FOR HAZARDOUS LIQUID PIPELINES, 1986 THROUGH 1996 - FIRST EDITION; INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: API
Date: 1999-01-07
Description: Smaller diameters and thinner wall pipes appeared to be slightly more vulnerable to third-party incidents and thinner wall pipes (but not necessarily smaller-diameter pipes) were slightly more vulnerable to delayed rupture from prior damage. However, no conclusions can be drawn without pipeline mileage data with which to normalize these results.

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