No. In the case of API 5L pipe, it is not possible to determine the difference between X60 & X65 without performing a tensile test, because the two grades have different yield strength minimum requirements.
Convert Megapascal (MPa) to PSI
A Megapascal (MPa) is a measure of force per unit area named after the French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer, and philosopher Blaise Pascal. In relation to mechanical testing, think of it as the "European version" of PSI. In order to convert MPa to PSI, multiply the MPa value by 145.0377 and that will give you the PSI equivalent (1 MPa = 145.0377 PSI).
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