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IS : 1570 ( Part 5 ) - 1985

hdian Standard
SCHEDULES
PART 5 STAINLESS

( Reaffirmed 1998 )

FOR WROUGHT
AND

STEELS
STEELS

HEAT-RESISTING

( Second Revision )
First Reprint FEBRUARY 1990

UDC

669.14.22:669.14.018.-!3:669.15.194.3(083.4)

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1987

IS : 1570 ( Part 5 ) - 1985

Indian Standard
SCHEDULES
PART 5 STAINLESS

FOR WROUGHT
AND

STEELS
STEiiS

HEAT-RESISTING

( Second Revision )
Alloy Steels and Special
Chairman DRUG.MUKHERJEE Members
Steel Authority

Steels Sectional

Committee,
Representing

SMDC

19

of India Ltd, New Delhi

ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR ( MET) Ministry of Railways JOINT DIRECTOR ( CHEM ) ( Alternate ) SHRI BAL KRISHAN AGGARWAL Federation of Engineering Industries of India, New Delhi SHRI H. S. GUPTA ( Alternate ) SHRI B. C. BASAVARAJ Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Ltd, Bhadravati SHRI B. HARIDASACHAR ( Alfernate ) SHRI S. K. BASU M. N. Dastur and Co Pvt Ltd, Calcutta SHRI C J. DAVE ( AIternate ) SHRI J. N. BHATTACHARYYA National Test House, Calcutta SHRI S. C. BHAWAL ( AIternate ) SHRI R. BHATTACHA~YA Guest Keen Williams Ltd, Howrnh SHRI P. K. CHAKRAVARTY The Tata Iron and Steel Co Ltd, Jamshedpur DR T. MUKHERJEE ( Alternate ) SHRI D. K. DAS Heavy Engineering Corporation, Ranrhi SHRI B. P. SINGH ( Alternate ) SHRI M. K. DANA Steel Authority of India Ltd ( Alloy Steels SHRI R. C. JHA ( Alternate ) SHRI D. GADH Ahmedabad Advance Mills Ltd, Navsari SHRI A.QM CHATTERJ~E( Alternate ) SHRI H. V. JAIN Indian Tool Manufacturers Ltd, Bombay SHRI A. D. DIAS ( Afternate ) DR P. KRISHNASAGAR Modi Steels, Modinagar SHRI S. KUMAR Indian Register of Shipping, Bombay SHRI VIPON CHOPRA ( Alternate ) DR D. P. LAHIRI Ministri of Defence ( R & fi ) SHRI I. N. BHATIA ( Afternate )

Plant ), Durgapur

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Mcdwrs DK S. K. MANDAL

Rcprcsertting

Tata Enpinccring and Locomotive Co Ltd, Jamsbcdpur DI< P. G. RENAVIRAR( Altmmtc ) Steel Furnace Association of India, Calcutta SllRl D. B. MOIIAIUL DR K. SUIIICAMANYAM ( Alternate ) Mishrn Dh:itu Nknrn Ltd. Hvderxbad DK M. NAOESIIWAR KAO Firth ( India ) Steel Co Ltd, ihunc SHKI I. K. N.\YAK SIII~I K. A. SIIENOY( AIrunate ) Ashok Lcyl;lsd Limited, Madras SHKI K. &RTI~~ASAKATIIY Mrthindra Ugine Steel Co Ltd, Bombay; and DK R. V. PATHY Producers Association of Allov Steel India, Bombay SIlRI R. NARAYANA(Alternate) Mahindra Ugine Steel Co Ltd. Bombay Modern Steel Ltd, Gobindgarh SHRl H S. PAWI. Ministrv of Steel and Mines I Iron and Steel SImI M. K. PI~AMANIK Co&i1 ), Calcutta
SHRI S. S. SAHA ( Alternate SHRI RAGHUUIR SINGH )

DR V. RAMASWAMY

National Metallurgical Laboratory ( CSIR ), Jamshedpur Steel Authority of India Ltd ( Research and pa;clcipmcnt Centre for Iron and Steel ), &n-&ore

SIIRI

SHRI S. R. MEDIRATTA (Mternatc ) HMT Limited, H. S. RAMACHANDRAN Stlkl P. P. C~I~PRA ( Atfernute I )


SIIIU P. RA~~A PKASAD ( Alternate SIIRI A.~SlIANTHARAM ( Altcmare

11 )

II1 ) SHRI V. N. VENKATESAN ( Alfermtc 1V ) Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals SHRI R. N. SAHA ( Inspection Wing ), New Delhi SHRI D. K. PAUL ( Alternate ) Ministry of Defence ( DGI ) SHRI M. K. ,?,EN SHRI V. 1. RAMASWAMY ( Alternate ) Ministry of Defence ( DGOF ) SHRI D. S. P. SRIVASTAVA Directorate General of Technical Development, SHKI V. V. V~RAUHADRAYYA New Delhi SHR~S. K. JAIN ( Aftrmate ) Director General, ISI ( Ex-officio Member ) SI?RI K. RAGHAVENDRAN, Director ( Strut & Met )

Sccrctary

A. B. TEWARI Deputy Director ( Metals .), IS1

SIIRI

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Indian Standard
SCHEDULES FOR WROUGHT STEELS
PART 5 STAINLESS AND HEAT-RESISTING STEELS

( Second Revision)
0. FOREWORD

0.1 This Indian Standard ( Part 5 ) ( Second Revision ) was adopted by the Indian Standards Institution on 30 October 1985, after the draft finalized by the Alloy Steels~and Special Steels Sectional Committee had been approved by the Structural and Metals Division Council.
0.2 This standard was first published in 1961 and subsequently revised in 1972. On the basis of experience gained in the production and use of these steels, it has been decided to issue the present revision of this standard. 0.3 The following major modifications have been incorporated in this revision: a) Chemical compositions of some of the grades in Table 1 have been modified in the light of the indigenous production of these steels. b) Tables 6, 1 I, 12 and 14 of the first revision have been deleted, as sufficient data is not available and such products are not being produced on a mass scale in-the country. c) Other tables have been rationalized and modified of indigenous production of the steels. on the basis

0.4 This schedule is not intended to be used as a standard and for detailed requirements, reference should be made to the following standards: a) IS : 5522-1978 S_tainless steel sheets and coils (first b) IS : 6527-1972 Stainless steel wire rod c) IS : 6528-1972 Stainless steel wire d) IS : 6529-1972 Stainless steel blooms, forgings e) IS : 6603-1972 Stainless steel bars and flats 3 billets and slabs for revisiorz)

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f) IS : 6911-1972 Stainless steel plate, sheet and strip g) IS : 7494-1981 Steel for valves for internal combustion (first revision ) h) IS : 9294-1979 blades Cold rolling stainless steel strips

engines for razor

j) IS : 9516-1980 Heat resisting steels 0.5 Mechanical properties given in Tables 2 to 6 are applicable to heat treated steels according 10 the stipulations made in Table 7. The specified mechanical properties are applicable to test samples taken from a standard location which should be included in the specification. 0.6 This standard ( Part 5 ) deals with stainless and heat-resisting steels, other parts of IS : 15;O have already been published are: IS : 1570 ( Part 1 )-1978 Schedules for wrought steels: Part 1 Steels specified by tensile and/or yield properties
(first revision ).

IS : 1570 ( Part 2 )-1979 Schedules for wrought steels: Part 2 Carbon steels ( unalloyed steels ) (first revision ). IS : 1570 ( Part 3 )-1979 Schedules for wrought steels: Part 3 Carbon and carbon manganese free cutting steels
(first revisions).

0.7 Schedules IV and VI of IS : 1570 are also under revision and these lvill also be printed as separate standards in due course. 0.8 Information on the assessment of the ruling sections of bars, forgings and parts is given in Appendix A. 0.9 For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the final value, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be rounded off in accordance with IS : 2-1960*. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard.

1. SCOPE
1.1 This star.dnrd ( Part 5 > is applicab!e to steels with a high alloy content primarily intcrded for corrosion and hcnt-rcsistingpurposes and supplied to spcclficd chemical composilion a; given in Table~l. The mechanical propcrtics of these steels arc given in Tables 2 to 6. *Rules for rounding off numerical values
(rcviscd).

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TABLE No. I SPECIFIED CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS OF HIGH ALLOY STEELS, (Clause 1.1 ) CHEMICAL COMPOSITION Ni 1.0 Max l-0 Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1 .O Max (6) 1.0 Max 1.0 Max Cr (7) 11.5/13.5 11*5/13*5 12.0/14.0 12.d,14.0 12.0/14.0 16~0/180 15~0/17~0 16.0/18.0 17.5/20.0 17*5/20*0 170/19*0 170/19.0 17*0/ 19.0 16.0/18*0 160/18*0 16.0/180 18*0/20*0 23.0127.0 3.515.5 3.515.5 11~0/15~0 12~0/15~0 1s.o;21.0 1*0/22.0 0.50 Max 1.2Ojl.70 10.5/12.5 1.4p.9 1.51275 3*25/4.50 16.0/18.0 16.Ojl8.0 22.0/25.0 120/15*0 i4.0/26.0 24.0126 0 7.519.5 19.0/21*0 12.0/14.0 16.5/18*5 20.0/22.0 200/22*0 20*0!22.0 20.0/23*0 0.75 Max 2*0/30 2*0,30 2.Oj3.0 3.0/4-o 2.5 Max 5XC-0.80 5XC-0*80t STAINLESS STEELS AND HEAT-RESISTING STEELS

SL

STEEL DESIGNATION C

REMARKS
MO

Nb

S Max

P Mix

(1)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 24. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. *x04cr X20013 X3CCrl3 *x1 2012

(2)
12

(3) 0.0s Max @08,0*15 0,16/0.25 0.26,0.35 0.3510.45 @12 Max 0*10/0~20 0.95U.20 0.030 Max 008 Max 0.15 Max 0.08 Max 0.08 Max 0.08 Max 0.030 Max 0.080 Mdx 0.08 Max 0.20 Max 0.12 Max 0.20 Max 0.20 Max 0.35/@50 0.25 Max 0.08 Max @040/0~50 @75/@85 @60,0+2 O.SOjO.sO 0.1 S/O.25 0.65iO.75 0.50,0.60 0,48,0.58

(8)

(JO) -

(JJ)
0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 PO30 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0.030 0030 0.030 0.030 0.035 0.030 0.030 0.050 0.030 0.035 0.035 0.035 0.035 0.035

(12)
0.040 0.040 0.040 0+40 O%O 0.040 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.045 0.60

(13)

lOMax
1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1 *O Max 1-O Max 1.0 Max 2.0 Max 2.0 Max 2.0 Max 2.0 Max 2.0 Max 2.0 Max 2.0 Max 2.0 Max 2.0 Max 1.5 Max 10~0114~0 4.018.0 2-O Max 1.0 M&x 2.0 Max. 2.0 Max 0.30/0.60 0.20/0.60 &40-l,O 1.5 Max 1.5 Max 5.5-7-O 7.0-9.5 8.0-iO.0

1.0 Max 1.0 Max


0.5 Max

X40CrJ 3 X07Crl7 Xl5Crl6Ni2 X108Crl7Mo X02Crl9NilO X04Crl9Ni9 X07Crl8Ni9 X04Crl8NilOTi XO4Crl8NilONb X04Crl7Nil2Mo2 XOZCri7Nil2Mo2 XC4Crl7Nil2Mo2Ti XO4Crl9Ni13Mo3 Xl5Cr25N XO7&17Mn12Ni4 XlOCrl7hh6Ni4 Xl5Cr24Nil3 X4ONil4Crl4W3Si2 X2OCr25Ni20 X04Cr25Ni20 X45Cr9Si3 XSOCr2dSi2Nil X66Crl3 X85CriSMo2V X20Cr2Nil2N X70021Mn6Ni2N X5502iMn8Ni2N X53CrZZMn9Ni4N tFor electrode

1.2512.50
0.50 Max 8*0:12.0 8.0/10.5 8.0/1@0 9.0/12-O 9*0/12.0 10.0/14.0 10.0,140 10.0/14.0 11.0/15.0

1 .O Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1.0 Max 1-O Max
1.0 Max

IOXC-1.0 -

1-O Max
1.0 Max 1 .O Max 1.0 Max 1 .O Max 1.5 Max 2.0 Max 25 Max 1.5 Max 3.013.75 1.75J22.5 &5 Max 1.0 Max o-75-1.25 0.45-0.85 1.0 Max 0.25 Max

N 0.25 Max N 0.25 Max

W 2.0/3*0

Vauadium

Max

*For free cutting varieties at serial huthbers 1 to 4, Wphur steel Nb 10 C to 1.0 in place of Ti.

and Selenium content shall be as agieed to between ttie purchaser and the manufacturer.

As in the Original Standard, this Page is Intentionally Left Blank

!mw&&w

w$;y&e&-.
Percent Nickel Steels 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 35 40 40 40 45 Steels 220 20.0 22.0 183 217 183 241 241 285 269 217 183

%I? MPa
chromium Y02Ct19NilO XO&r19Ni9 XO7Cr18Ni9 XO4Crl8NilOTi XO4Crll)NilONb ~X04Cd7Ni12MoZ XOZCr17Ni12Mo2 XO4017Nil2Mo2Ti2 XO4Cr19Ni13Mo3 X15Cr24Ni13 X2OCr25Ni20 XO4Cr25Ni20 XO7Cr17Mn12Ni4 XO4Cr12 X12Cr12 X07Cr17 X2Wr13 X30Crl3 Xl5Cr16Ni2 Xl08Cr17Mo X15Cr25N 515 275

Min

Brinell Rockwell B

Mlax %

485
515 515 515 515 515 485 515 515 490 515 515 550 415 450 450

170 205 205 205 205 205 170 205 205 210 210 205 250 Chromium 205 205 205 -

88 183 88
183 183 88 88 88 95 95 95 95 95 95 88 88 95 ~88 -

183 ui 217 217 223 223 217 217

217 ~ 95

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TABLE 3 MECHANICAL TEST REQUIREMENTS IN ANNEALED QUENCHED OR SOLUTION TREATED COND ITION FOR BARS AND FLATS ( STEEL DESIGNATION

cfuuses 0;s

and 1.1 ) BRINSLL ?iiiitN HRRDMin, NESS Percent MUX

TENSILE 02 PERC~ZNT ELONGATION STRE;3TOla PRooFs&RES" IN;,,mm, MPa MPa: Chromium -Nickel P&ceh Steels 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

XOZCr19NilO X04Cr19Ni9 XlOCr18Ni9 XO4Crl8NilOTi X04Crl8NilONb X04Cr17Ni12Mo2 X02Crl7Ni12Mo2 X04Cr17Ni12Mo2Ti X04Crl9Ni13Mo3 X15Cr24Ni13 X2Od25Ni20 XO4Cr25Ni20 XOCr17Mn6Ni4 40Ni14Crl4W3Si2

483 517 517 517 517 517 483 517 5r? 490 490 517 515 785

172 207 207 207 207 207 172 207 207 210 210 207 275 345 Chromium-Steels

50

50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 45 40 217 269

- 35

X04Cr12 Xl2Cr12 X07Cr17 X20Cr13 X30Crl3 X40Cr13 X15Cr16Ni2 X108Crl7Mo XlSCr25N

445 483 483 600-750 490

276 276 276 280

20 20 20 241 241 225 285

16 45

269 212

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~~TABLE 4 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS, PLATES, STRIPS, BARS AND FLATS IN THE HARDENED AND TEMPERED CONDITION ( Clauses 0.5 and I. 1 ) STEELDESIGNATION X12012 X20013 X30Cr13 X15Cr16Ni2 0.2 PERCENT PROOFSTRESS, Min. MPa 410 490 590 640 TENSILE STRENGTH MPa 590 to -690 to 780 to 830 to 780 880 980 1 030 ELONGATION M!n, Percent 16 14 11 10

NOTE - Elongation values are given on the Gauge Length as per IS : 3803-1976 that is, Lo = 5.65d/sz Percent elongation values given are applicable-to all sizes of sheets, plates, strips and bars of 5 to 100 mm flats of 3 to 30 mm.

TABLE 5

HARDNESS VALUES FOR CUTLERY STEELS IN THE FORM OF BARS, I-LATS, SHEETS, PLATES AND STRIPS ( Clauses 0.5 and 1.1 ) STEELDESIGNATION QUENCHEDAND TEMPERED HARDNESS, Min r-_-___~ HV HRC 500 660 of these grades has already 49 58 been included in

X30Cr13 X108Cr17Mo NOTE - Annealed Tables 2 and 3. hardness

TABLE 6

HARDNESS VALUES -FOR VALVE STEELS HARDENEDAND TEMPERED HB 255.293 255-306 255-306 302 Max 321 Min 321 Min 321 Min

STEEL DESIGNATION X45Cr9Ci3 X80Cr20SiZNil X85Cr18Mo2V X20Cr2Nil2N X70CrZlMn6NiZN X55Cr21 Mn8Ni2N X53Cr22Mn9Ni4N

TABLE 7

RECOMMENDED

HEAT TREATMENT FOR STAINLESS HEAT-RESISTING STEELS ( CIause 0.5 )

STEELS

AND

!!!

STEEL DESIGNATION

ANNEALING/$ LWION TREATMENT CI Quenching Symbol* Temperature Media*

HARDENINQ AND TEMPERINGTREATMENT A Quenching Ta Symbol* Terhperature Media* Temuerature (5) (6) C 950-l - 000 980-l - 030 980-l 030 980-l 030 980-l 030 1000-l 050 (7) 0, a 0. a 0, a 0, 0 0 0, a -

I U

(1)
XO4Cr I 2
X07Cr17 XI .CCr25N20 X12&12 ; X20Cr13 X30Cr13 X15Cr16Ni2 X108Ct17Mo X02Cr19NilO X04Crl9Ni8 X07Cr18Ni9 XO4Crl8NilOTi X04Crl8NilONb XOICr17Ni12ib402 X02Cr17Ni12Mo2 XO4Cr17NilEMo2Ti2 XO4Cr19Ni13Mo3 X07Cr17Mn12Ni4

(2)
A A A A A A A A A S S

(3) C 750-800 750-850 750.850 700-780 770-870 770-870 770-870 750-800 780-880 1 000-l 150 do d? do do do do do do do / /

(4) I.0 a. w 0,

700-750 650-770 630-700 loo-2so 630-700 100-250 -

Q+T
-

Q+T
Q+Tl Q+T2 r w, 0. a do do do do do do do do do Q+T Q+ T -

s
S
S

S
S S S S

X15Cr24Ni13 X2OCr25Ni20 XO4Cr25Ni20 X85Cr18Mo2V X2OCr2Nil2N X7OCr21 Mn6Ni2N X55Cr21 Mn8Ni2N X53Cr22Mn9Ni4N X4OCr13 XlOCr17Mn6Ni4 X40Ni14Cr14W3SiZ

s
S S A ST ST

do do do 7So-850 1000-l 150 980-I 080

do do do F Iv, 0 w, o

Q-t-7 STS (P, si+p ST+P ST+P -

1050-l 1 100-l 1 100-l 1100-l 1 100-l 080 200 200 200 200

o:w , w into consideration

700-750 700-800 730-780t 730-780t 730-780t the size

NOTE - For austenitic stainless steels, the quenching of the material and carbon content of the grade. *A = Annealing. Q = Quenching, T = Tempering S = Softening,f= Furnace, u = Air, w = Water, Stabilization tTemperature Temperature 550C

media shall be selected taking

w L

o= Oil, ST = Solution Treatment P = Patenting

for ageing treatment

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APPENDIX ( Clause 0.8 )


INFORMATION

ON RULING SECTION

A-l. The mechanical ~properties obtained from a steel of a given composition are fundamentally influenced by the speed of cooling from a temperature above the upper critical point, that is, from hardening or normalizing temperature. Also for a given method of cooling, for example, oil quenching the rate of cooling is strongly affected by the size and shape of the part being treated. Therefore, for a steel of a given composition, the mechanical properties attained are affected not only by the method of cooling emp!oyed, but also by the size andshape of the part at the time of heat treatment. Thus, although it may be possible to obtain effective hardening by oil quenching a small section of a steel of a particular composition, it may be possible to satisfactory hardening throughout the mass when parts of larger cross-sectional dimensions are oil quenched. In such circumstances~a steel of a different between the composition has to be selected. This inter-relation mechanical properties obtained and the size and shape of the part at the time of heat treatment is sometime referred to as mass effect. A-2. It is, therefore, necessary when selecting the steel which should be used to attain certain specified mechanical properties after heat treatment, to know the size and shape of the part to be heat-treated. The cross-sectional dimensions of that portion of the forging or part, where it is most important to obtain the desired mechanical properties, are regarded as the ruling section of 3he part. In the case of round bar, the diameter is the ruling section, but as many shapes other than round bars require heat treatment, it is desirable to be ableto relate the rates of cooling of other shapes to their equivalent sections of round bar. The diameters of round bars, the centres of which would cool through a. given temperature range at the same rate as the centres of rectangular and square bars of selected sizes have been assessed and the resulting equivalent ruling sections are given in Tables 8 and 9. Table 8 gives the equivalent ruling section in terms of diameter of round bar for rectangular and square sections when oil quenched, while Table 9 gives the same information for air cooling. As examples of how the tables may be applied, the centre of.square section of 100 mm sides will, when oil quenched, cool at the same rate as a round section of 108 mm diameter and the equivalent ruling section of a slab 140 mm wide and 60 mm thick will, for oil quenching be 88 mm. In the case of other regular sections, close approximations may usually be made since the order of decreasing rate of cooling is round, octagonal, hexagonal and 12

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square, while oval sections with major axis a and minor axis b will cool more slowly than a round~bar of diameter b but faster than a rectangle
axb.

irb B

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FIG. 1 RULING SECTION A-3. In the case of parts of non-uniform

1C

section, not only it is necessary to consider which is the most important portion of the forging in which the specified properties are essential, but also to consider the relation of the length of any enlarged portion to its diameter. For example, in the case of a forging with a barrel, the length L of which is greater than the diameter D ( see Fig. IA ), this diameter will be the ruling dimension. In the case of collar, the diameter D1 of which is greater than the thickness T ( see Fig. 1B ), the collar may be considered as a disc of which the thickness is the governing dimension although the ruling section of the part as a whole for practical purposes will be the diameter Do. For forgings where the dimension 5 and thickness Tof the portion of largest cross-section are similar ( see Fig. lC), the dimension A, between the centre and fhe nearest points of the external surface will in general determine the ruling section. 13

( Clause A-2 ) All dimensions in millimetres.

T~mc~~s.w

10

20

30

40

50

60

80

100

120

140

WIDTH 4 (1)

DIAMETER OF EQUIVALENT ROUNDS

(2)
10 14 16 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 18

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

10 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 225 250 300 350 and over X= Gre;

21 26 29 31 32 32 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33

32 37 40 43 46 47 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 49 43 48 51 57 60 62 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 54 59 66 71 74 76 77 77 78 78 78 78 78

-----65 74 80 85 88 90 91 92 92 92 92 92 87 96 102 108 112 115 117 119 120 121 121

108 117 125 131 136 140 143 145 148 150

130 140 148 154 X X X x X

152 X x X X X X X .

!r than 160 mm.

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TABLE 9 CONVERSION OF RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE SECTlONS INTO EQUIVALENT RULING SECTIONS, AIR COOLING t Clause A-2 ) All dime&ions in mill~metres. 10 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 120 140

DIAMETER OF EQUIVALENT ROWNDS

2)
10 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 225 250 300
IO

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

20 24 27 29 30 34 33 34 34 34 35 35 35 35 37

30 34 38 41 45 47 49 50 51 51 52 52 53 54

13 15 16 16 17 17 17 17 17 17
r8

40 45 49 54 ~58 62 64 66 67 68 69 70 71 78

51 55 62 68 72 76 79 81 83 85 86 88 -97

61 70 76 82 86 90 93 95 98 200 104 115 81 90 98 104 109 114 117 121 125 131 152 102 111 119 126 132 137 142 147 155
X

122 132 140 148 154 X X X X 142 152 X X X X X X

18 18 18 18

59 350 and 20 39 over X = Grei :r than 160 mm.

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Stainless,

Heat Resisting and Valve Steels Subcommittee,


Convener

SM.DC 19 : 7
(Alloy Steels

Representing

SHRI M. K. DUTTA

Steel Authority

of India Plant ), Durgapur

Ltd

Members
SHRI R.-C. JHA ( Alternate to Shri M. K. Dutta ) Engine Valves Ltd, Madras SHRI B. R. BALIGA SHRI S. SRIDHARN ( Alternate 1 Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Ltd, Bhadravati SHRI B. C. BASAVARAJ* SHRI G. R. PRAKASH ( Afternate ) Fertilizer Corporation of India Ltd, Sindri SHRI c~~yn4R.4~ SHRI P. R. ROY ( Alternate ) Ministry of Railways DEPUTY DIRECTOR I MET-I ) ASSISTANTDIRECTOR ST& ( MP )-VIJI ( Alternate ) Ahmedabad Advance Mills Ltd, Navsari SHRI D . CiADH SHRI ASIM CHATTERJEE ( Alternate ) Nuclear Fuel Complex, Hyderabad IM -N. K~NDAC RAO Engineers India Ltd, New Delhi DR TEGH B. KOSHAL Jindal Strips Ltd, Hissar SHRI M: K. LUTHRA SHR~ S.-S. NEGI ( Alternate ) Mishra Dhatu Nigam Ltd, Hyderabad CDR K. N. MADHAV RAO SHRIS. N. JHA ( Alterkate~) Research and Development Centre for Iron SHRI S. R. MEDIRATTA and Steel *(SAIL), Ranchi DR S. K. SEN ( Afternote ) Tata Iron and Steel Co Ltd. Jamshedpur SRRI A. N. MITRA SHRI SURESHGUPTA ( Alternate ) Mahindra Ugine Steel Co Ltd, Bombay DR R. V. PATTY SHRI R. NARAYANAN ( Alternate ) National Metallurgical Laboratory ( CSIR ), REPRESENTATIVE Jamshedpur Chemical Plant and Machinery Association of SHRI D. D. SHARMA India, Bombay SHRI Y. L. MIDHA ( Alternate ) Salem Steel Projects (SAIL), Salem DR L. K. SINGHAL SHRI B. B. PATNAIK ( Alternate )

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Headquarters:

OFF INDIAN

STANDARDS

Manak Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar ~Marg, NEW DELHI 110002 Telephones: 331 01 31, 331 13 75 Telegrams: Manaksanstha ( Common to all Offices ) Regional Offices: Telephone Central : Manak Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, NEW DELHI 110002 *Eastern : 1 /14 C. I. T. Scheme VII M, V. I. P. Road, Maniktola, CALCUTTA 700054 Northern : SC0 445-446, Sector 35-C, CHANDIGARH 160036 Southern : C. I. T. Campus, MADRAS tWsstern : Manakalaya, E9 MIDC, BOMBAY 400093 600113 331 01 31 331 1375 I 36 24 99 21843 3 16 41 I 41 24 42

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Branch Offices: Pushpak. Nurmohamed Shaikh Marg, Khenpur. 2 63 48 AHMADABAD 380001 I 2 63 49 +,Peenya Industrial Area 1st Stage, Bangalorelumkur Road 38 49 55 BANGALORE 560058 38 49 56 I Gangotri Complex, 5th Floor, Bhadbhada Road, T. T. Nagar, 667 16 BHOPAL 462003 5 36 27 Plot No. 82/83, Lewis Road. BHUBANESHWAR 751002 5316. Ward No. 29, R.G. Barua Road, 5th Byelane, 3 31 77 GUWAHATI 781003 5-8-56C L. N. Gupta Marg ( Nampally Station Road ), 23 1083 HYDERABAD 500001 63471 R14 Yudhister Marg, C Scheme, JAIPUR 302005 i 6 98 32 _ 21 68 76 117/418 B Sarvodaya Nagar, KANPUR 208005 1 21 ~82 92 Patliputra Industrial Estate, PATNA 800013 6 23 05 TX. No. 14/l 421. University P.O.. Palayam 162104 TRIVANDRUM 695035 16 21 17 /nspection Offices ( With Sale Point ): Pushpanjali. First Floor, 205-A West High Court Road, 2 51 71 Shankar Naaar Sauare, NAGPUR 440010 Institution of Engineers ( India ) Building, 1332 Shivaji Nagar, 5 24 35 PUNE 411005 Street. Calcutta 700072
*Sales Office in Calcutta is

at 5 ChowringheeApproach,P. 0. Princep 27 68 00
is at Novelty Chambers, Or&t Road, 89 65 28

tSeles Office in Bombey Bombay 400007 $Sales Office in Bangalore Bangalore 560002

is at Unity Building, Narasimharaja

Square,22 36 71 India

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