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DNVGL-CP-0245

Clad steel and steel-aluminium transition joints

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Organization: DNVGL
Publication Date: 1 May 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 13
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Scope and application

This programme is applicable for the approval of material manufacturers of:

clad steel

steel-aluminium transition joints

as referred in the Society's rules and standards. For a description of general requirements, conditions and procedures related to the approval, please refer to DNVGL CP 0346 which shall be applied in combination with this programme.

This programme is applicable for the approval of manufacturers of products as indicated in Table 1.

The product(s) used for approval testing (see Sec.3) will place limitations on the range of approval. The approval will be limited to (see App.A):

each process

each combination of materials (steel type groups)

each condition of supply

each dimension.

The term "steel type groups" is applied for:

carbon and carbon-manganese (C and C-Mn) steels

the individual alloy steels

the individual stainless steels

The manufacturer's own heat treatment facilities shall be evaluated and approved by the Society, either under this approval programme, or as approved "heat-treatment workshop" based on the approval programme DNVGL CP 0351.

Where heat treatment is performed by a sub-supplier, the sub-supplier shall be approved by the Society as heat-treatment workshop in accordance with DNVGL CP 0351.

 

Document History

DNVGL-CP-0245
May 1, 2016
Clad steel and steel-aluminium transition joints
Scope and application This programme is applicable for the approval of material manufacturers of: clad steel steel-aluminium transition joints as referred in the Society's rules and standards....

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