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Materials, Fabrication, and Repair Considerations for Austenitic Alloys Subject to Embrittlement and Cracking in High Temperature 565 degrees C to 760 degrees C (1050 degrees F to 1400 degrees F) Refinery Services, First Edition.
standard by American Petroleum Institute, 05/01/2017

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This technical report focuses on the materials, fabrication, and repair of austenitic stainless steels and nickel-iron-chromium alloys in high temperature 565-760 °C (1050-1400 °F) refinery services. Many of these alloys are subject to embrittlement and cracking after prolonged exposure to these temperatures.

Susceptible equipment in the following processing units are addressed: fluid catalytic cracking units, hydrogen/syngas plants, catalytic reformers, cokers, and hydroprocessing units.

This report summarizes industry experience and recommends methods to improve reliability and process safety, and increases industry awareness to high-temperature embrittlement issues.

Product Details

Edition:
1st
Published:
05/01/2017
Number of Pages:
88
File Size:
1 file , 7.8 MB
Product Code(s):
C942B01, C942B01, C942B01
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