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J. Kreft A. S. Olivares L. H. Strouse Subgroup on General Requirements (BPV XII) C. H. Hochman, Chair A. N. Antoniou, Secretary T. W. Alexander J. L. Freiler W. L. Garfield K. L. Gilmore M. Pitts J. L. Rademacher T. Rummel R. C. Sallash W. K. Smith S. Staniszewski L. H. Strouse COMMITTEE ON SAFETY VALVE REQUIREMENTS (BPV-SVR) J. A. West, Chair D. B. DeMichael, Vice Chair C. E. O’Brien, Staff Secretary J. F. Ball S. Cammeresi J. A. Cox R. D. Danzy R. J. Doelling J. P. Glaspie Subgroup on Nonmandatory Appendices (BPV XII) T.
Impact test specimens shall be removed from the locations specified for tensile test specimens in the material specification. For bolting, the Cv impact test specimens shall be taken with the longitudinal axis of the specimen located at least onehalf radius or 1 in. (25 mm) below the surface plus the machining allowance per side, whichever is less. The fracture plane of the specimen shall be at least one diameter or thickness from the heat treated end, except when the studs, nuts, or bolts are not of sufficient length, the midlength of the specimen shall be at the midlength of the studs, nuts, or bolts.
R. Graybeal A. B. Hull R. K. Miller M. N. Mitchell T. Roney F. J. Schaaf, Jr. F. Shahrokhi R. W. Swayne Working Group on General Requirements (BPV XI) Working Group on Implementation of Risk-Based Examination (SG-WCS) (BPV XI) S. D. Kulat, Chair S. T. Chesworth, Secretary J. M. Agold B. A. Bishop C. Cueto-Felgueroso H. Q. Do R. Fougerousse M. R. Graybeal J. Hakii K. W. Hall K. M. Hoffman A. T. Keim D. W. Lamond J. T. Lewis R. K. Mattu A. McNeill III P. J. O’Regan N. A. Palm M. A. Pyne J. C. Younger K.
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