ISO specifies the general technical delivery conditions for steel flat and long products (plate/sections/wide flats and bars) used principally for. ISO_ - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. ISO Second edition Structural steels - Plates, wide flats, bars. ISO -Fe - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. ISO fe
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ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies. (ISO member bodies). The work. ISO. First edition. Structural steels —. Part 2: Details of the software products used to create this PDF file can be found in the General Info. International Standard IS0 was prepared by Technical Committee. ISO/TC 17 , Steel, Subcommittee SC 3, Steels for structural purposes. This second edition.
Snezana Vulovic. Steel plates and strips for pressure purposes. Vinaya Almane Dattathreya. The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO technical committees. Metallic materials.
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We have no amendments or corrections for this standard. Request Proposal Price. The mechanical properties given in table 3 are applicable in both the delivered 5 5. Other delivery conditions may form the subject of agreement when ordering. Unless otherwise agreed at the time of enquiry and order. Delivery requirements. Unalloyed and low-alloyed steels with specified room temperature and elevated temperature properties. For products over mm in thickness.
Table 2 - Permissible deviation for the product analysis relative to the specified ladle analysis see 6. Table 2 gives the permitted deviations on analysis relative to the values for ladle analysis which are given in table 1. I I"- NNN t'- r INNN c:!? OJ "0.
Hand U sections. For sections. If an inspection and testing has been specified in the order. Batching shall be by cast. Rolled products covered by this International Standard may be the subject of an inspection and testing in accordance with the conditions specified in 8. For small sizes. Verification of chemical composition on the product and of the impact energy values at ambient temperature is only carried out by agreement at the time of enquiry and order.
For flat products of quality D.
In the case of tapered-flange sections. The yield stress specified in table 3 is the upper yield stress ReH. In case of dispute. The test piece shall be machined so that.
If an International Standard does not exist. For products of thickness greater than 40 mm. If the yield phenomenon is not visible. The samples may be taken from the test pieces used to check the mechanical properties or from the full thickness of the product at the same place as the test pieces.
The notch shall be perpendicular to the rolled surface. In this case. A non-proportionaltest piece with a fixed initial gauge length may be used. A cylindrical test piece may be used for products of thickness greater than 40 mm. The prismatic test piece of rectangular cross-section shall have a maximum width on the gauge length portion of 40 mm.
The specified energy values are given in annex B. For the selection and preparation of samples for chemical analysis. The specification of the material is complied with in this respect if one or other of the values corresponds to the specified values of yield stress.
The assessment of impact test results shall be made following a sequential method as described in 8. Error in carrying out the test means incorrect machining. If a defective test piece gives satisfactory results. In the case of products of small unit mass which are consigned in bundles. This agreement shall include details of the test methods and interpretation of results.
Points that are not specified shall not be taken into account by the manufacturer. If during inspection. In any case.
Figure A. Tolerances for metric and inch series ISO Hot-rolled steel bars erances Part 4: Tol- ISO Hot-rolled steel sections. Part 5: Equal-leg angles and unequal-leg angles.
Hot-rolled steer sections. Part Toferances on sloping flange beam. Hot-rolled structural steel plates Tolerances on dimensions and shape Bulb flats metric series. L sections for shipbuilding metric series.
Steels of qualities B. Cold cracking is caused by a combination of the following factors: C and 0 are generally suitable for all welding processes. With increasing product thickness and increasing strength level. The weldability increases from quality B to D. There is no information concerning the weldability of the grade E and quality A available. For grade E B.