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ISO 9327-2:1999 Steel forgings and rolled or forged bars for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 2: Non-alloy and alloy (Mo, Cr and CrMo) steels with specified elevated temperature properties

Abbreviation
ISO 9327-2:1999
Valid from
08/07/1999

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
International Organization for Standardization
Information type
ISO Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This part of ISO 9327 applies to forgings and rolled or forged bars in thicknesses up to 250 mm (partly up to 500 mm) manufactured from the steels listed in Table 1 and to be delivered according to the specifications given in ISO 9327-1.

It covers the following data:

  • the limits for the chemical composition according to the cast analysis; the tensile properties at room temperature; the impact properties; the indications on the usual heat treatment condition at the time of delivery;
  • the permissible product analysis tolerances on the limiting values given for the cast analysis;
  • the minimum elevated temperature proof strength values (see C.4 of ISO 9327-1:1998);
  • the estimated average stress rupture properties; e) in Table 5 the estimated average strength values for 1 % plastic strain.

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ISO 9327-2:1999 Steel forgings and rolled or forged bars for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 2: Non-alloy and alloy (Mo, Cr and CrMo) steels with specified elevated temperature properties

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ISO 9327-2:1999 Steel forgings and rolled or forged bars for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 2: Non-alloy and alloy (Mo, Cr and CrMo) steels with specified elevated temperature properties

Description

This part of ISO 9327 applies to forgings and rolled or forged bars in thicknesses up to 250 mm (partly up to 500 mm) manufactured from the steels listed in Table 1 and to be delivered according to the specifications given in ISO 9327-1.

It covers the following data:

  • the limits for the chemical composition according to the cast analysis; the tensile properties at room temperature; the impact properties; the indications on the usual heat treatment condition at the time of delivery;
  • the permissible product analysis tolerances on the limiting values given for the cast analysis;
  • the minimum elevated temperature proof strength values (see C.4 of ISO 9327-1:1998);
  • the estimated average stress rupture properties; e) in Table 5 the estimated average strength values for 1 % plastic strain.

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ISO 9327-2:1999 Steel forgings and rolled or forged bars for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 2: Non-alloy and alloy (Mo, Cr and CrMo) steels with specified elevated temperature properties
Description

This part of ISO 9327 applies to forgings and rolled or forged bars in thicknesses up to 250 mm (partly up to 500 mm) manufactured from the steels listed in Table 1 and to be delivered according to the specifications given in ISO 9327-1.

It covers the following data:

  • the limits for the chemical composition according to the cast analysis; the tensile properties at room temperature; the impact properties; the indications on the usual heat treatment condition at the time of delivery;
  • the permissible product analysis tolerances on the limiting values given for the cast analysis;
  • the minimum elevated temperature proof strength values (see C.4 of ISO 9327-1:1998);
  • the estimated average stress rupture properties; e) in Table 5 the estimated average strength values for 1 % plastic strain.
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