API 510 Data Sheets (Full Set)

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  1. Reference Documents-Fitness for service
    (FFS)API 579
  2. Reference Documents-Risked based inspection
    API 580
  3. Reference Documents-API design for fabrication of Exchangers
    API 660
  4. Reference Documents-Welding on In-service equipment containing flammables
    API 2201
  5. Reference Documents-NDE procedure guidelines
    ASME Sect V
  6. Reference Documents-Alternative evaluation for pits and LTA's
    ASME Sect 8. Div 2
  7. Reference Documents-Welder and Weld procedure qualification
    ASME Sect IX
  8. Reference Documents-NDE personnel qualification (RT & UT flaw detection)
    ASNT SNT-TC-1A
  9. CLASS ABBREVIATIONS-API 570 scope (alteration, inspection, repair, rerate.)
    AIRR
  10. CLASS ABBREVIATIONS-API 570 repair organization (authorized by jurisdiction, owner, contractor.)
    JOC
  11. CLASS ABBREVIATIONS-API 570 AI's employer (jurisdiction, user, insurance company, contractor.)
    JUIC
  12. CLASS ABBREVIATIONS-Determine corrosion rate for new service or change in service (same or similar service , owners experience, published data, or inspect in 3 months.)
    SOPI
  13. CLASS ABBREVIATIONS-Primary responsibilities of API 570 AI (testing, inspection, examination.)
    TIE
  14. KEY WORDS-Define- alteration
    physical change
  15. KEY WORDS-Define- repair
    • restore
    • suitable
  16. KEY WORDS-Define- imperfection that exceeds the acceptance criteria
    defect
  17. KEY WORDS-Define- discontinuity that may or may not exceed the acceptance criteria
    imperfection
  18. KEY WORDS-Define- RBI's two primary factors
    • probability
    • consequence
  19. KEY WORDS-NDE- number of CML's to obtain thickness readings during inspection
    Represent- ative
  20. KEY WORDS-NDE- CML that must be measured during a thickness inspection
    CML w/ earliest renewal date
  21. KEY WORDS-PRD's- how relief device intervals are determined
    performance
  22. KEY WORDS-Insp- basis of API 510's vessel classification
    consequence of failure
  23. KEY WORDS-Corrosion- method by which process leaks can lead to brittle failure
    auto-refridgeration
  24. KEY WORDS-Corrosion- factors that affect the creep rate
    time, temp, stress
  25. KEY WORDS-corrosion- cause of fatigue crack
    cyclic stress
  26. KEY WORDS-corrosion- type of soil that is most corrosive
    low resistivity
  27. KEY WORDS-repairs- # of new flange assemblies to be inspected during repairs and alterations
    represent- ative
  28. Dimensions-Max length of Crack, incomplete penetration, or incomplete fusion allowed on a new weld.
    0"
  29. Dimensions-smoothness of relief device seating surfaces
    3 light beads/bands
  30. Dimensions-Max allowed mill tolerance of a plate
    lesser:0.010 or 6% of T"
  31. Dimensions-Max allowed size of open discontinuity in a bend test
    1/8"
  32. Dimensions-Min distance beyond the area to be examined to clean a part when performing a MT exam
    1"
  33. Dimensions-Min distance beyond the area to be examined to clean a part when performing a PT exam
    1"
  34. Dimensions-Min radius of insert patch
    1"
  35. Dimensions-Wall thickness of CS shell that requires PWHT
    > 1-1/2"
  36. Dimensions-Wall thickness of shell that requires full RT
    >1-1/2"
  37. Dimensions-Max length of pits allowed in 8" line
    2"
  38. Dimensions-Distance beyond weld that preheat must be maintained when performing preheat in lieu of PWHT
    Greater of 4" or 4T
  39. Dimensions-Vessel inside diameters that are excluded from the scope of section VIII
    <6"
  40. Dimensions-Min length to RT/UT when qualifying a welder with test coupon or 1st production weld
    6"
  41. Dimensions-Min length of RT/UT when qualifying a welding operator with a test coupon
    6"
  42. Dimensions-Min length of spot RT
    6"
  43. Dimensions-NDE- distance of eye to part to count as a visual exam
    6-24"
  44. Dimensions-Max area of pits allowed in an 8" circle
    7 in" 2
  45. Dimensions-Max distance on weld between welder's stamp
    3'
  46. Dimensions-Min length of RT when qualifying a welding operator with RT of first production weld
    3'
  47. Dimensions-Min overlap for PWHT when using multiple heats
    5'
  48. Dimensions-Max length of weld represented by 1 spot RT
    50'
  49. Dimensions-Min allowed wall thickness at a pit
    1/2 Tmin
  50. Temperatures-Welding- base metal temp where welding is not recommended
    < 0°F
  51. Temperatures-Welding- Base metal temp when pre-heat to 60 °F is recommended
    0-32°F
  52. Temperatures-Corrosion-CUI affects Carbon steel and low alloy (temp range)
    10-350°F
  53. Temperatures-UT calibration- calibration block must be within what temp of the part to be examined
    25°F
  54. Temperatures-NDE- standard temp range for a PT exam
    40-125°F
  55. Temperatures-Corrosion- temp where cooling water corrosion starts to significantly increase
    140°F
  56. Temperatures-Corrosion- Temp where chloride stress corrosion cracking becomes a concern
    >140°F
  57. Temperatures-Corrosion- CUI affects Austenitic SS (temp range)
    140-400°F
  58. Temperatures-NDE- special procedures are needed for UT thickness readings
    ≥150°F
  59. Temperatures-Corrosion- temp when high strength caustic causes serious corrosion in CS and 300 SS
    >150°F
  60. Temperatures-Corrosion- temp swings that can cause thermal fatigue
    +/- 200°F
  61. Temperatures-Corrosion- most aggressive CUI temp range
    212-250°F
  62. Temperatures-Welding- Min pre-heat temp when pre-heat is substituted for PWHT
    300°F
  63. Temperatures-Welding-Min pre-heat temp when a local PWHT is used in lieu of a full encirclement PWHT
    300°F
  64. Temperatures-Corrosion- starting temp for Sulfidation on CS
    500°F
  65. Temperatures-Corrosion- temper embrittlement for low chromes (range)
    650-1100°F
  66. Temperatures-Inspection- if vessel operating temp is above this consult a corrosion specialist when developing an inspection plan
    750°F
  67. Temperatures-Corrosion- if operating temp is above this, check for creep in cat reformer equipment
    >900°F
  68. Temperatures-NDE- MAX temp for UT readings
    1000°F
  69. Temperatures-Materials- carbon steel PWHT temp
    1100°F
  70. Temperatures-Testing- minimum base metal temp during hydro testing vessels less than 2" thick
    MDMT + 10°F
  71. Temperatures-Testing- Min base metal temp during hydro testing vessels greater than 2" thick
    MDMT + 30°F
  72. Documents-Weld procedure
    WPS
  73. Documents-Qualification record of a Weld procedure
    PQR
  74. Documents-Welder's paper (qualification record)
    WPQ
  75. Documents-needed by each owner/user that uses API 510
    QA Insp/repair manual
  76. Documents-Needed by each repair organization that repairs PRVs (two docs)
    QC manual & training program
  77. Pressures-Design pressure within scope of ASME Sect VIII & API 510
    ≥ 15 psig
  78. Pressures-Design pressure of non-fired boilers (waste heat boilers) that require Full RT
    ≥ 50 psig
  79. Pressures-Min range of pressure gauge used during a test
    1.5xPtest
  80. Pressures-Preferred range of pressure gauge used during a test
    2.0 x Ptest
  81. Pressures-Max range of pressure gauge used during a test
    4.0 x Ptest
  82. Materials-Subject to temper-embrittlement
    low chromes
  83. Materials-subject to chloride stress-corrosion cracking
    SS
  84. Materials-subject to polytheonic acid stress- corrosion cracking
    SS
  85. Materials-Common material with an endurance limit (fatigue cracking cannot occur below this stress level, regardless of the number of cycles)
    CS
  86. Materials-Common material without an endurance limit
    SS
  87. Materials-P-numbers allowed to use pre-heat in lieu of PWHT
    P1 &P3
  88. Materials-P-numbers allowed to use controlled deposition  in lieu of PWHT
    P1, P3 & P4
  89. Materials-P- numbers of base metal that should be examined for delayed cracking after repairs to SS cladding
    P3, P4 & P5
  90. Numbers-Maximum allowed corrosion rate when performing an On-stream inspection in lieu of an Internal (in ipy)
    0.005 ipy
  91. Numbers-Ratio of endurance limit stress to ultimate tensile stress for CS
    0.4-0.5
  92. Numbers-Static head factor (psig per height of water in feet)
    0.433 psig/ft
  93. Numbers-Joint efficiency when using full RT on a type 1 joint
    1.0
  94. Numbers-Joint efficiency when evaluating corroded area away from a weld by greater of: 1" or 2t
    1.0
  95. Numbers-The # of additional RT's required when a spot RT has a defect
    2
  96. Numbers-Number of tension tests required to qualify a WPS
    2
  97. Numbers-# of bend tests required to qualify a welder  or welding operator in 1G-4G positions
    2
  98. Numbers-Minimum RT film density allowed for the weld & IQI
    2.0
  99. Numbers-Minimum # of exposers required to RT 360 deg of a weld using double-wall technique, double wall viewing. (elliptical shot)
    2
  100. Numbers-Minimum # of exposers required to RT 360 deg of a weld using double-wall technique, single-wall viewing
    3
  101. Numbers-Number of test bars required in each set of impact test specimens
    3
  102. Numbers-When using a shim under a hole-type IQI, the number of sides of the IQI that must be seen in the RT image
    3
  103. Numbers-Current safety factor of ASME section 8
    3.5
  104. Numbers-Pre- 2000 safety factor of ASME section 8
    4.0
  105. Numbers-number of bend tests required to qualify a welder or welding operator in 5G & 6G positions
    4
  106. Numbers-number of bend tests to qualify a WPS
    4
  107. Numbers-Maximum RT film density allowed for the weld & IQI
    4.0
  108. Numbers-Maximum chloride content in hydro test water when testing 300 series SS (PPM)
    50 ppm
  109. Numbers-RT film density range- allowed for the weld and IQI when using a gamma ray source
    2.0-4.0
  110. Numbers-Design- recommended resistance of grounding systems
    5 ohms
  111. Numbers-NDE- weight used to check magnetic strength of an AC yoke
    10 lbs
  112. Numbers-Design- maximum resistance allowed of grounding systems
    25 ohms
  113. Numbers-NDE- Min angle of eye-to-part to count as a visual exam
    30°
  114. Numbers-NDE- weight used to check magnetic strength of a DC yoke or permanent magnet yoke
    40 lbs
  115. Numbers-NDE- minimum light intensity when performing VT
    100ft-candles
  116. Numbers-NDE-minimum light intensity when performing non-fluorescent MT of PT exams
    100-ft candles
  117. Numbers-NDE- minimum black light intensity when performing MT or PT fluorescent exams
    1000 mW/cm2
  118. time intervals-NDE- Max time an examiner should be in a darkened area prior to using a black light for MT & PT exams
    5 minutes
  119. time intervals-NDE- final interpretation of a PT exam after application of developer (time range)
    10-60 minutes
  120. time intervals-NDE- min time to wait for checking for delayed cracking after repairs to SS cladding
    24 hours
  121. time intervals-NDE- max calibrating interval - MT permanent magnet yoke
    daily
  122. time intervals-NDE- max calibrating interval- RT densitometer
    90 days
  123. time intervals-Welding- max time a welder or welding operator maintains qualifications for a process without using that process
    6 months
  124. time intervals-NDE- max interval for a visual examiners eye exam
    1 yr
  125. time intervals-NDE- max calibrating interval- electromagnetic MT yoke
    1 yr
  126. time intervals-Insp- max interval- external inspection
    lesser 5 yr of Internal
  127. time intervals-Insp- Max interval for relief devices in fouling or corrosive service
    5 yr
  128. time intervals-Insp- max interval for internal or on-stream inspection
    lesser 10 yr or 1/2 life
  129. time intervals-Insp- max interval for relief devices in non-fouling or non-corrosive service
    10 yrs
  130. time intervals-RBI- max interval for the RBI reassessment
    10 yrs
  131. time intervals-Insp- min remaining life required when performing an on-stream inspection in lieu of an internal inspection
    10 yrs
  132. time intervals-NDE- max calibrating interval- check light intensity of a black light used in a MT or PT exam
    before and after use
  133. Miscellaneous other-Define- location on a vessel of vessel MAWP
    top
  134. Miscellaneous other-Define- imperfection that exceeds the acceptance criteria
    defect
  135. Miscellaneous other-Define- a flaw that may or may not exceed the acceptance criteria
    imperfection
  136. Miscellaneous other-Design- joint category of a vessel longitudinal weld
    A
  137. Miscellaneous other-design- joint category of a vessel circumferential weld
    B
  138. Miscellaneous other-Design- RT factors representing Full RT
    RT-1, RT-2
  139. Miscellaneous other-Design- RT factors representing spot RT
    RT-3
  140. Miscellaneous other-Design- weld type- butt double weld
    type 1
  141. Miscellaneous other-Design- weld type- butt single welded with backing
    type 2
  142. Miscellaneous other-design- weld type- butt single welded without backing
    type 3
  143. Miscellaneous other-design- vessel service that always requires full RT
    lethal
  144. Miscellaneous other-Design- max set pressure for single relief device on a vessel
    MAWP
  145. Miscellaneous other-design- marking on nameplate indicating vessel was PWHT
    HT
  146. Miscellaneous other-design- marking on a nameplate indicating vessel is in lethal service
    L
  147. Miscellaneous other-design- ASME sect VIII stamp for routine vessels
    U
  148. Miscellaneous other-design- ASME sect VIII stamp for miniature vessels
    UM
  149. Miscellaneous other-design- ASME sect VIII stamp for relief devices
    UV
  150. Miscellaneous other-NDE- number of CML's to obtaing thickness readings during inspection
    representative
  151. Miscellaneous other-NDE- number of nozzles to obtain thickness readings during inspection
    representative
  152. Miscellaneous other-NDE- lead letter used during RT to check for backscatter radiation
    B
  153. Miscellaneous other-NDE- lead letter used during RT to indicate a film-side IQI
    F
  154. Miscellaneous other-NDE- hole size that must be visible in RT when using a hole-type IQI
    2T
  155. Miscellaneous other-NDE- two primary gamma-ray RT sources
    Ir 192, Co 60
  156. Miscellaneous other-RV's- how relief devices should be transported
    upright
  157. Miscellaneous other-RV's- how relief device intervals are determined
    performance
  158. Miscellaneous other-welding- variables needed on WPS
    Essential & Non-Essential
  159. Miscellaneous other-Welding- variables needed on PQR
    essential
  160. Miscellaneous other-Welding- processes that can be used when substituting preheat or controlled deposition welding for a required PWHT
    SMAW, GMAW, GTAW
  161. Miscellaneous other-welding- min taper required for shell welds with mismatch
    3 to 1
  162. Miscellaneous other-weld qualification- the "all-position" test coupon
    6g
  163. Miscellaneous other-weld qualification- rejectable in RT when qualifying a welder
    Crack, LoF, IP
  164. Miscellaneous other-Weld qualification- which welding process can a welder not be qualified by RT
    GMAW-SC
  165. Miscellaneous other-weld qualification- max allowed thickness on a WPS based on the plate thickness (T) of a PQR test coupon
    2T
  166. Percentages-RT film density limits of weld as compared to the IQI (range)
    -15 to +30%
  167. Percentages-Maximum percent of carbon allowed in new materials
    0.35%
  168. Percentages-Maximum operational pressure of a conventional rupture disk (percentage of burst pressure)
    70%
  169. Percentages-Center portion head when evaluating a LTA using  the spherical formula
    80%
  170. Percentages-AI- amount of time inspector must be involved in inspection activities - required to maintain API 510 cert
    20%
  171. Percentages-Mtls- amount of nickel required for a material to be considered a nickel alloy
    > 30%

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