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Some examples are hot water and steam piping, exhaust systems, boiler and furnace surfaces, cryogenic piping and similar process equipment. It is not intended to cover heat stress or cold stress from prolonged exposure in a hot or cold environment (refer to Part 7 for requirements regarding these hazards), or contact with a surface made cold or

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Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering - EIT | Engineering

Creep failure is an important phenomenon for steam and chemical plants which operate at high temperatures of 450 to 550°C, boilers, ovens, gas turbines, supersonic jets, rockets, missiles, and nuclear plants all working at very high temperatures. Creep failures or ruptures are easy to identify due to the deformation (necking) that occurs.

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eCFR :: 49 CFR Part 229 -- Railroad Locomotive Safety

(1) The heads and shell shall be made of Aluminum Association Alloy No. 5083-0, produced in accordance with American Society of Mechnical Engineers (ASME) Specification SB-209, as defined in the "ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code" (1971 edition), section II, Part B, page 123, with a minimum tensile strength of 40,000 p.s.i. (40 k.s.i.).

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Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering - EIT | Engineering

Creep failure is an important phenomenon for steam and chemical plants which operate at high temperatures of 450 to 550°C, boilers, ovens, gas turbines, supersonic jets, rockets, missiles, and nuclear plants all working at very high temperatures. Creep failures or ruptures are easy to identify due to the deformation (necking) that occurs.

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Some examples are hot water and steam piping, exhaust systems, boiler and furnace surfaces, cryogenic piping and similar process equipment. It is not intended to cover heat stress or cold stress from prolonged exposure in a hot or cold environment (refer to Part 7 for requirements regarding these hazards), or contact with a surface made cold or

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Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering - EIT | Engineering

Creep failure is an important phenomenon for steam and chemical plants which operate at high temperatures of 450 to 550°C, boilers, ovens, gas turbines, supersonic jets, rockets, missiles, and nuclear plants all working at very high temperatures. Creep failures or ruptures are easy to identify due to the deformation (necking) that occurs.

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eCFR :: 49 CFR Part 229 -- Railroad Locomotive Safety

(1) The heads and shell shall be made of Aluminum Association Alloy No. 5083-0, produced in accordance with American Society of Mechnical Engineers (ASME) Specification SB-209, as defined in the "ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code" (1971 edition), section II, Part B, page 123, with a minimum tensile strength of 40,000 p.s.i. (40 k.s.i.).

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eCFR :: 49 CFR Part 229 -- Railroad Locomotive Safety

(1) The heads and shell shall be made of Aluminum Association Alloy No. 5083-0, produced in accordance with American Society of Mechnical Engineers (ASME) Specification SB-209, as defined in the "ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code" (1971 edition), section II, Part B, page 123, with a minimum tensile strength of 40,000 p.s.i. (40 k.s.i.).

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OSHA Technical Manual | Occupational Safety and Health

- Direct steam-type humidifiers inject boiler-generated steam directly into the air stream. These systems normally operate above 70 degrees C (158 degrees F), and Legionella cannot survive at that temperature. - Atomizing humidifiers use mechanical devices or pneumatic air to create a water mist that evaporates into the air stream.

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Some examples are hot water and steam piping, exhaust systems, boiler and furnace surfaces, cryogenic piping and similar process equipment. It is not intended to cover heat stress or cold stress from prolonged exposure in a hot or cold environment (refer to Part 7 for requirements regarding these hazards), or contact with a surface made cold or

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OSHA Technical Manual | Occupational Safety and Health

- Direct steam-type humidifiers inject boiler-generated steam directly into the air stream. These systems normally operate above 70 degrees C (158 degrees F), and Legionella cannot survive at that temperature. - Atomizing humidifiers use mechanical devices or pneumatic air to create a water mist that evaporates into the air stream.

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OSHA Technical Manual | Occupational Safety and Health

- Direct steam-type humidifiers inject boiler-generated steam directly into the air stream. These systems normally operate above 70 degrees C (158 degrees F), and Legionella cannot survive at that temperature. - Atomizing humidifiers use mechanical devices or pneumatic air to create a water mist that evaporates into the air stream.

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