This is achieved by calculating the steel wall thickness or concrete weight coating required to keep the pipe lateral movement below a code-specified limit. The B module is used to calculate the pipe wall thickness or concrete weight coating required for lateral stability i. Alternatively it can be used to calculate the Safety Factor for a specified pipe wall thickness with or without weight coating. If pipe wall thickness is the calculated result, the nearest API 5L pipe size is selected.
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