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TOPIC: Creep Range

12 years 1 month ago #7185

  • sabir
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What is called "Creep Range" with reference to Flanges...??

and in MSS SP - 44, what is this SP stands for. Is it Standard Practice...

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Sabir

"Creep" is defined as the 12 years 1 month ago #4211

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"Creep" is defined as the continued plastic flow of a material under constant load(Press/Temp). So should creep continue, in repests to flanged connections, long enough to reduce gasket load below its sealing requirements, leakage, wire drawing, and even blowout will occur.

MSS SP = Manufacturers Standardization Society - Standard Practice


Good Luck! ...Mark

check the site below. /www.globalspec.com/FeaturedPr​oducts/Detail/EGCEnterprises/F​lange_Gasket_Design/50399/0 11 years 7 months ago #4541

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check the site below.

/www.globalspec.com/FeaturedProducts/Detail/EGCEnterprises/Flange_Gasket_Design/50399/0
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