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TITLE 46—Shipping

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER F—MARINE ENGINEERING

PART 54—PRESSURE VESSELS

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Subpart 54.01—GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

§54.01-1
Incorporation by reference.
§54.01-2
Adoption of division 1 of section VIII of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.
§54.01-5
Scope (modifies U-1 and U-2).
§54.01-10
Steam-generating pressure vessels (modifies U-1(g)).
§54.01-15
Exemptions from shop inspection and plan approval (modifiesU-1(c)(2)).
§54.01-17
Pressure vessel for human occupancy (PVHO).
§54.01-18
Plan approval.
§54.01-25
Miscellaneous pressure components (modifies UG-11).
§54.01-30
Loadings (modifies UG-22).
§54.01-35
Corrosion (modifies UG- 25).
§54.01-40
External pressure (modifies UG-28).
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Subpart 54.03—LOW TEMPERATURE OPERATION

§54.03-1
Scope.
§54.03-5
General.
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Subpart 54.05—TOUGHNESS TESTS

§54.05-1
Scope (replaces UG-84).
§54.05-3
Tests required.
§54.05-5
Toughness test specimens.
§54.05-6
Toughness test temperatures.
§54.05-10
Certification of material toughness tests.
§54.05-15
Weldment toughness tests—procedure qualifications.
§54.05-16
Production toughness testing.
§54.05-17
Weld toughness test acceptance criteria.
§54.05-20
Impact test properties for service of 0 °F and below.
§54.05-25
[Reserved]
§54.05-30
Allowable stress values at low temperatures.
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Subpart 54.10—INSPECTION, REPORTS, AND STAMPING

§54.10-1
Scope (modifies UG-90 through UG-103 and UG-115 through UG-120).
§54.10-3
Marine inspectors (replaces UG-90 and UG-91, and modifies UG-92 through UG-103).
§54.10-5
Maximum allowable working pressure (reproduces UG-98).
§54.10-10
Standard hydrostatic test (modifies UG-99).
§54.10-15
Pneumatic test (modifies UG-100).
§54.10-20
Marking and stamping.
§54.10-25
Manufacturers' data report forms (modifies UG-120).
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Subpart 54.15—PRESSURE-RELIEF DEVICES

§54.15-1
General (modifies UG-125 through UG-137).
§54.15-3
Definitions (modifies appendix 3).
§54.15-5
Protective devices (modifies UG-125).
§54.15-10
Safety and relief valves (modifies UG-126).
§54.15-13
Rupture disks (modifies UG-127).
§54.15-15
Relief devices for unfired steam boilers, evaporators, and heat exchangers (modifies UG-126).
§54.15-25
Minimum relief capacities for cargo tanks containing compressed or liquefied gas.
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Subpart 54.20—FABRICATION BY WELDING

§54.20-1
Scope (modifies UW-1 through UW-65).
§54.20-2
Fabrication for hazardous materials (replaces UW-2(a)).
§54.20-3
Design (modifies UW-9, UW-11(a), UW-13, and UW-16).
§54.20-5
Welding qualification tests and production testing (modifies UW-26, UW-28, UW-29, UW-47, and UW-48).
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Subpart 54.23—FABRICATION BY BRAZING

§54.23-1
Scope (modifies UB-1).
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Subpart 54.25—CONSTRUCTION WITH CARBON, ALLOY, AND HEAT TREATED STEELS

§54.25-1
Scope.
§54.25-3
Steel plates (modifies UCS-6).
§54.25-5
Corrosion allowance.
§54.25-7
Requirement for postweld heat treatment (modifies UCS-56).
§54.25-8
Radiography (modifies UW-11(a), UCS-57, UNF-57, UHA-33, and UHT-57).
§54.25-10
Low temperature operation—ferritic steels (replaces UCS-65 through UCS-67).
§54.25-15
Low temperature operation—high alloy steels (modifies UHA-23(b) and UHA-51).
§54.25-20
Low temperature operation—ferritic steels with properties enhanced by heat treatment (modifies UHT-5(c), UHT-6, UHT-23, and UHT-82).
§54.25-25
Welding of quenched and tempered steels (modifies UHT-82).
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Subpart 54.30—MECHANICAL STRESS RELIEF

§54.30-1
Scope.
§54.30-3
Introduction.
§54.30-5
Limitations and requirements.
§54.30-10
Method of performing mechanical stress relief.
§54.30-15
Requirement for analysis and computation.


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