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SAE ARP179 - INVOLUTE SPLINE GAGES (30 DEGREE PRESSURE ANGLE) Organization: SAE
Date: 1949-05-01
Description: Note that, in general the actual fit will be tighter than predicted by measurements over pins, or by calipers, but looser than indicated by plug and ring gages, and the discrepancy will be of the same order of magnitude as the errors. For these reasons, the plug gages must be undersize and the ring gages fitted to representative master plugs in order to control parts more satisfactorily within specified dimensions.
NPFC - MIL-I-24783 - ISOLATOR, RING TYPE, PRESSURE, FOR SHIPBOARD SEWAGE SERVICE Organization: NPFC
Date: 1993-04-15
Description: Gauge isolators covered by this specification are intended for installation in fluid systems that contain large amounts of sediment or solids. The isolators protect pressure and vacuum gauges from clogging or providing inaccurate readings.
WRC BUL 450 - NPS 4 CLASS 150 BOLTED FLANGED JOINTS SUBJECTED TO PRESSURE AND EXTERNAL BENDING LOADS - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: WRC
Date: 2000-04-01
Description: Tests involving spiral wound gasket without inner gage rings will monitor the phenomena of inward radial buckling to determine the influence of non-symmetric loads on this problem.
SAE ARP5146 - ASSESSMENT OF AIRCRAFT WHEEL SEALING SYSTEMS Organization: SAE
Date: 2005-07-01
Description: Purpose: Aircraft wheel/tire assemblies can maintain inflation integrity only if the entire sealing system, consisting of the tire, wheel, inflation valve, over pressure relief devices, pressure monitoring systems , valve caps, gauges, fuse plugs, O-rings, seal glands and interfaces/boundaries between these components, successfully contains the tire inflation gas.
WRC BUL 381 - NON-IDENTICAL FLANGES WITH FULL-FACE ELASTIC GASKETS - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: WRC
Date: 1993-05-01
Description: Limited correlations with experimental data from strain gage measurements are also given. Publication of this report - WRC Bulletin No. 381 was sponsored by the Committee on Bolted Flanged Connections of the Pressure Vessel Research Council
AWWA C509 - RESILIENT-SEATED GATE VALVES FOR WATER SUPPLY SERVICE Organization: AWWA
Date: 2015-06-07
Description: The minimum design working water pressure shall be 200 psig (1,380 kPa [gauge]) for 3- through 12-in. (75- through 300-mm) sizes and 150 psig (1,034 kPa [gauge]) for 14- through 36-in. (350- through 900-mm) sizes.
MODUK - DEF STAN 03-6: PART 2 - GUIDE TO FLAME SPRAYING PROCESSES PART 2: FUSED METAL COATINGS Organization: MODUK
Date: 1972-01-01
Description: By way of example, the following are typical applications: (1) The sliding wear and hence dimensional variation of plug, ring, and snap gauges is minimized by coatings of fused nickel-chromium-boron alloys incorporating tungsten-carbide particles.
CGA - G-4.11 - RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS FOR OXYGEN SERVICE - FIRST EDITION Organization: CGA
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Design of the compressor system (Sections 3 and 4) – Robust and well proven compressor design – Safe materials in critical areas – Comprehensive instrumentation – Safety shutdown system Cleaning, preservation, and inspection (Section 5) – Correct and properly enforced procedures and well trained personnel Erection, testing, and commissioning (Section 6) – Skilled and well trained erection personnel – Comprehensive testing program to verify the design Operation (Section 7) – Well trained and experienced personnel – Correct procedures Planned maintenance (Section 8) – Condition monitoring – Planned preventive maintenance – Well trained and experienced person – Personnel protection (Section 2) – Identification of the hazard – Safety barriers – Location of the compressor – Emergency procedures 1 kPa shall indicate gauge pressure unless otherwise noted as (kPa, abs) for absolute pressure or (kPa, differential) for differential pressure.
CPC - CEMENT MANUFACTURER'S HAN - CEMENT MANUFACTURER'S HANDBOOK Organization: CPC
Date: 1979-04-07
Description: FLUID FLOW 25.01 Viscosity 25.02 Kinematic Viscosity 25.03 Specific Weight 25.04 Specific Volume 25.05 Specific Gravity 25.06 Mean Fluid Velocity 25.07 Barometric Pressure 25.08 Atmospheric Pressure 25.09 Gauge Pressure 25.10 Hydraulic Radius 25.11 Pressure Loss in Any Pipe 25.12 Friction Factor 25.13 Poiseuille's Law 25.14 Reynolds Number 25.15 Critical Velocity 25.16 Total Head 25.17 Pressure Head 25.18 Velocity Head 25.19 Resistance Coefficient 25.20 Bernoulli's Theorem 25.21 Head Loss 25.22 Flow Coefficient of Valves 25.23 Flow Through a Valve 25.24 Pressure Drop Through a Valve 25.25 Flow Through Pipe 25.26 Velocity vs.

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