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BS 18-4:1971 Methods for tensile testing of metals. Steel tubes

Abbreviation
BS 18-4:1971
Valid from
30/07/1971

Information provider
British Standards Institution
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
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Description

Applies to complete steel tubes of longitudinal strips of full thickness having a cross-sectional area generally not less than 40 mm(sup)2.

Does not apply to test pieces machined all over (BS 18:Part 2) or test pieces consisting of strips cut transversely (BS 18:Part 2 or Part 3 depending on whether thickness is equal to or less than 3 mm).

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BS 18-4:1971 Methods for tensile testing of metals. Steel tubes

Description

Applies to complete steel tubes of longitudinal strips of full thickness having a cross-sectional area generally not less than 40 mm(sup)2.

Does not apply to test pieces machined all over (BS 18:Part 2) or test pieces consisting of strips cut transversely (BS 18:Part 2 or Part 3 depending on whether thickness is equal to or less than 3 mm).

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BS 18-4:1971 Methods for tensile testing of metals. Steel tubes
Description

Applies to complete steel tubes of longitudinal strips of full thickness having a cross-sectional area generally not less than 40 mm(sup)2.

Does not apply to test pieces machined all over (BS 18:Part 2) or test pieces consisting of strips cut transversely (BS 18:Part 2 or Part 3 depending on whether thickness is equal to or less than 3 mm).

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