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  1. astm a514 gr p equivalent ASTM A514 steel,ASTM A514 steel steel plate,ASTM A514 ...

    ASTM A514 steel. A514 steel plate/sheet is in ASTM standard, the material number is 1.8974. The equivalent grades of A514 steel are EN 10149-2 S700MC, SEW 092 QStE 690 TM, NFA 36-231 E 690 D. Material #: 1.8974 ASTM A514 steel plate/sheet is a …

  2. astm a514 gr p equivalent ASTM A514 Steel Plate - Grade B, E, F, H, Q, S | Leeco ...

    A514 Steel Plate. ASTM A514 plate steel has a min-yield strength of 100 ksi/690 MPa. It’s most commonly used as a structural steel in building construction, for cranes, or other large machines supporting high loads. A514 is used where a weldable, machinable, very high strength steel is required to save weight or meet ultimate strength requirements.

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    astm a514 gr p equivalent ASTM A514 steel plate

    ASTM A514 is mainly used as high yield strength steels for cold-forming steel s.The ASTM A514 steel is equivalent to DIN QStE690TM, NFA E690D, EN S700MC and BS 75F70 steel grades. A514 ASTM

  4. astm a514 gr p equivalent ASTM A514 Structural Steel Plate, A514 Grade A Plate, ASTM ...

    ASTM A514 Grade Structural Steel Plate. Our ASTM A514 grade P steel plates withstand wear, their hardened surfaces defying any hostile abrasions. Using wear resistant steel plates in high-wearing areas diminishes the fear of damage to machinery, as it gives the same wear performance for every use.

  5. astm a514 gr p equivalent T-1 equivilent to ASTM A514? - Metal and Metallurgy ...

    Feb 25, 2010 · ASTM A514 is the designation that comes to mind which includes the composition for T-1. If 514 is the correct ASTM number, there is a table of alloys within the spec and one or more of these alloys are susceptible to brittle failure if thermally stress relieved.

    Here is an answer grade for grade. A 514-65 VS. A 514-00A A 514-65 differs from A 514-00a at dozens of points. Table B–6 summarizes the substantial ones. Unlike standards such as A 36, which have simple, non-proprietary chemistry requirements, each variant chemistry in A 514 represents a single mill's 100 ksi steel. For instance, Brockenbrough and Johnson (1968) identify A 514 Grade F as USS T1, A 514 Grade B as USS T1 Type A, and A 514 Grade H as USS T1 Type B. page 83: http://wtc.nist.gov/pubs/NISTNCSTAR1-3ADraft.pdf
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    The main characteristic of T1 is that it is a quench and tempered steel. It gets its properties from heat treatment rather than alloying. There are a large number of international equivalents from Europe, Scandanavia, Japan and here in Australia. The steel is readily weldable and can be post weld heat treated or stress relieved but at a lower temperature than mild steel. A suitable stress relieve temperature is 580C +/-10C
    Hi Folks Had an opportunity to talk to a fella from USS Steel a few years back, he indicated that unless required specifically by Code to avoid PWHT of these materials if possible, they are apparently very susceptible to grain boundary embrittlement...especially the older plate material. He also indicated that the effect is cumulative, that is to say that it gets worse with each PWHT cycle the material undergoes...so it may not fail after the first PWHT cycle but you could have significantly decreased toughness in the HAZ. We had a situation several years ago where it was impossible to weld repair the material as it kept cracking about 24 - 48 hrs after PWHT. The material was preheated during welding,MPI and Radiographed after welding and before PWHT, no cracks were found...but after PWHT we never were able to do the MPI or Radiography as it had already cracked. I believe some grades are more susceptible than others, there have been several papers published by USS Steel on the topic, unfortunately I dont know where the ones I had are now. A real eye opener to read...
    Thank you RPRad I could not open or download the link provided by unclesyd vis: http://wtc.nist.gov/pubs/NISTNCSTAR1-3ADraft.pdf But I am thinking that the spec might even include the warning about PWHT and Thermal Stress Relief for the particular culprit alloys.
    Sorry that link didn't work for you as it still works for me. I think here is all the information you will ever need for your project with T1 or 514 ht tp://www.a rcelormitt al.com/pla teinformat ion/docume nts/en/Inl andflats/P roductBroc hure/ARCEL ORMITTAL%2 0A514%20AN D%20T-1_20 080514.pdf http://ww w.arcelorm ittal.com/ plateinfor mation/doc uments/en/ Inlandflat s/Applicat ions/ARCEL ORMITTAL%2 0HOW%20TO% 20WELD.pdf
    unclesyd, Thanks Good links. I tried to copy and paste but the file will not allow copying. In the first link, each and every Grade of either A514 or T-1 has one or the other of two footnotes (one crusifix or two crusifix): one crusifix = PWHT may degrade strength and toughness... two crusifix = ...may be susceptible to cracking in the heat affected zone of the welds during post-weld heat treatment (stress relief). In the second link near the bottom: Rule 4: Use caution in applying PWHT...several paragraphs delineaing the ill effects of PWHT i.e. cracking, brittleness.. In essence the steel supplier is recommending to not PWHT This is not a project of mine. Please refer to the OP and thread330-263985: Welding 4140 to T-1 high tensile steel : Welding 4140 to T-1 high tensile steel My concern was that I saw no recommendations about PWHT on that thread -- but, I just re-read the Origianl Posting at the above thread which included the comment: Quote (kroppkaka (Computer)): We can't reheat treat this joint after welding. so I guess I beat that dead horse well beyond its second death! I suppose overkill would be more succinct.
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  6. astm a514 gr p equivalent ASTM A514 Alloy & Abrasion Resistant Steel Plate | Chapel ...

    ASTM A514. A quenched & tempered, high-strength, weldable steel plate utilized in structural applications. Because of this material’s high yield strength it is ideal for projects requiring a light weight steel without sacrificing durability or toughness. Applications include truck & trailer frames, heavy construction equipment, and crane booms.

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    astm a514 gr p equivalent Data Sheet 1 ASTM A514 Grade B - SSAB

    General Product Description. ASTM A514 Grade B is a quenched and tempered alloy steel plate for structural applications requiring high yield strength combined with good formability and toughness. A514 Grade B has a minimum yield strength of 100 ksi [690 MPa] and may be ordered with supplemental Charpy V-notch impact test requirements.

  8. astm a514 gr p equivalent AISI A514 Grade B Alloy Steel (UNS K11630) - AZoM.com

    The following datasheet will discuss in detail about AISI A514 grade B alloy steel, which has high yield strength. ... Other designations that are equivalent to AISI A514 grade B alloy steel include: AMS 6386 (2) ASTM A514 (B) ASTM A517 (B) Download PDF Copy; …

  9. astm a514 gr p equivalent A514 steel - Wikipedia

    A514 steel. A514 is a particular type of high strength steel, which is quenched and tempered alloy steel, with a yield strength of 100,000 psi (100 ksi or approximately 700 MPa ). The ArcelorMittal trademarked name is T-1. A514 is primarily used as a structural steel for building construction.

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  10. astm a514 gr p equivalent ASTM A514 / A514M - 18 Standard Specification for High ...

    ASTM A514 / A514M - 18 Standard Specification for High-Yield-Strength, Quenched and Tempered Alloy Steel Plate, Suitable for Welding ... 1.2 If the steel is to be welded, it is presupposed that a welding procedure suitable for the grade of steel and intended use or service will be utilized.

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