Re: [PipingDesign] A106 Grade A

From: <Hafiz>
Date: Thu Mar 06 2008 - 01:20:00 EST

The one reason can be the Tensile and Yeild Strength of Gr. B ( 415 MPA and 240 MPA respectively) is greater than Tensile and Yeild Strength of Gr.A (330 MPA and 205 MPS respectively).



Hafiz Ali Alvi
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Dear Sirs,

For carbon steel applications,why are we always going for grade B rather than grade A?

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Shanavas S........

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