ASME B31G-2023


Manual for Determining the Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipelines

2023 Edition

Published by ASME International, 10/31/2023

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ASME B31G is a standard developed by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). It specifically addresses methods for evaluating the remaining strength of corroded pipelines. The standard is commonly used in the oil and gas industry, where pipelines are subject to corrosion over time.

The evaluation process outlined in ASME B31G involves assessing the depth and extent of corrosion in a pipeline and determining whether the remaining wall thickness is sufficient for the continued safe operation of the pipeline. The standard provides guidelines for calculating the remaining strength of corroded pipelines and offers criteria for determining whether a pipeline should be repaired, replaced, or monitored for future inspection.

If there is a newer version such as ASME B31G-2023, it likely includes updates, improvements, or revisions to address emerging industry challenges or incorporate new technologies. To get the most accurate and current information about ASME B31G-2023, I recommend checking the latest version of the standard from the official ASME website or contacting ASME directly for the most up-to-date details.

Product Details

Revision: 2023 Edition

Published Date: July 1, 2023

Status: Active, Most Current

Document Language: English

Published By: ASME

Page Count: 239



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