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Comparison of material property


specifications for high-nickel alloys

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Comparison of material property


specifications for high-nickel alloys

H. Lefebvre

Belgonucleaire
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Contract No RA1 -0177

Final report

This work was performed for the European Commission


under the Working Group 'Codes and Standards' Activity Group 3: 'Materials'

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ABSTRACT

This study compares European standards and specifications on


high-nickel alloys. Special attention has been paid to the data and
guidelines presented for composition, heat treatment, physical
properties, short-time mechanical properties at room and elevated
temperature, and long-term creep properties at elevated temperatures.

Only the standards and specifications provided by the


participating organizations and one international and one European
standard were compared.

It is concluded that the values presented for a given composition


are in fairly good agreement.

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FOREWORD AMD EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The present report is the revised final report of CEC Study Contract RA1-
0177-B performed under Working Group Codes and Standards (WGCS) Activity
Group 3: "Materials". As for all other study contracts in this area,
Activity Group 3 (AG3) monitored the progress of the work and discussed
the draft final report. Furthermore, the final report was reviewed by
several members of the AG3 before its publication as an EUR report.

The aim of the present work is to pave the way to the harmonization of
standards and specifications applicable in the participating European
countries with respect to the heat-resisting high-nickel alloys used as
structural components for bolts, springs and tubes in nuclear reactor
technology.

The materials finally selected by the participating organizations are


equivalent to the following comemrcial designations:

Alloy 800, Inconel 600, Inconel 718, Nimonic 80A, Hastelloy C276.
For each alloy type, relevant national, European and international
standards and/or specifications have been compared.

In none of the groups is the specific data presented in a homogeneous


manner in the standards of various origins. They are given variously as
minimum values, maximum values, a range of values and as measured or
estimated values.
Most of the standards refer to other standards drawn up by their issuing
organizations specifying applicable test methods for property
determinations. This is also the case in the International, European and
Belgian standards for tolerance requirements.
Generally speaking, the limits and testing methods used are comparable.
The SI system of units is fairly well respected and slight derogations do
not hamper comparison.
A tentative suggestion regarding the harmonization of existing standards
would be to use the structure of either the European or the International
standard as a basis, and to expand the content of the selected standard to
include more detailed mechanical and tensile property specifications of
the type given in the German specifications.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABSTRACT III
FOREWORD AND EXECUTIVES IV
TABLE OF CONTENTS V

1. Introduction 1

2. Objectives 1

3. Description of the work 1

4. List of standards and specifications covered 2

5. Abbreviations, property designations and units 6

6. Comparison by material type 7


6.1 Alloy 800 7
6.2 Inconel 600 10
6.3 Nimonic 80A 12
6.4 Inconel 718 14
6.5 Hastelloy C-276 14

7. Conclusions 15

8. Recommendations 15

9. Tables I7
Alloy 800 I9
35
Inconel 600
Nimonic 80A 47
63
Inconel 718
73
Hastelloy C-276

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Comparison of Material Property Specifications for High-Nickel Alloys.

Work performed under CEC Study Contract No. RA1-0177-B

INTRODUCTION

This work was carried out under a study contract awarded to


BELGONUCLEAIRE by the CEC. It was performed in conjunction with the
following European Organizations : INTERATOM, Germany; AEA
Technology, United Kingdom and NOVATOME, France.

The present study is one of a series of evaluations made within the


framework of the activities of WG3 with a view to harmonizing
material standards and specifications applicable in the European
Community. It pertains to high-nickel alloys.

OBJECTIVES

The aim of the present work is to pave the way to the harmonization
of standards and specifications applicable in the participating
European countries with respect to the heat-resisting high-nickel
alloys used as structural components for bolts, springs and tubes in
nuclear reactor technology.

The materials finally selected by the participating organizations


are equivalent to the following commercial designations :

Alloy 800, Inconel 600, Inconel 718, Nimonic 80A.

The French participant has also provided data on high-molybdenum


corrosion-resistant alloys of the Hastelloy C-276 type.

No specifications were received for the Inconel X750 composition


originally included in the study.

DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK

For each-alloy type, relevant national , European and international


standards and/or specifications have been compared.

In each case, the results are presented in tabular form. The Tables
(numbered from 1 to 13) give details on composition, heat treatment,
physical properties, short-time mechanical and tensile properties
and long-term creep properties. Equivalent property tables bear the
same number in each alloy series, so that if no data are available,
the corresponding tables are absent from the series.

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4. LIST OF STANDARDS and SPECIFICATIONS COVERED

BRITISH STANDARDS

BS 3072 1989 Nickel and Nickel Alloys Sheet and Plate

BS 3073 : 1977 : Nickel and Nickel Alloys Strip


(confirmed October 1983)

BS 3074 1989 Nickel and Nickel Alloys Seamless Tube

BS 3075 : 1976 : Nickel and Nickel Alloys Wire


(confirmed October 1983)

BS 3076 : 1989 : Nickel and Nickel Alloys Bar

FRENCH STANDARDS and SPECIFICATIONS

NF A 35-578 November 1982 : Aciers Rfractaires Nuances

NF A 35-579 June 1983 Aciers pour Soupapes d'Echappement


Qualits

NF A 54-401 June 1973 Alliages Nickel-Molybdne et


Nickel Molybdne-Chrome

RCC-MR : RM 4121 Spcification Technique de Rfrence


Modif. November 1987 de Produit - Barres et demi-produits
lamins ou forgs en alliage
nickel-fer-chrome Z5 NCTA 33-21 -
Niveaux 1, 2 et 3.

RCC-MR : RM 4122 Spcification Technique de Rfrence


Modif. November 1987 de Pice - Barres et demi-produits
lamins ou forgs en alliage nickel-
fer-chrome Z5 NCTA 33-21 pour manchons
thermiques des gnrateurs de vapeur.

RCC-MR : RM 4141 Spcification Technique de Rfrence


June 1985, et Modif. de Pice - Tubes sans soudure en alliage
November 1987 Nickel-Fer-Chrome Z5 NCTA 33-21 pour
faisceaux tubulaires des gnrateurs
de vapeur des chaudires nuclaires
surgnratrices

RCC-MR : RM 4142 Spcification Technique de Rfrence


Modif. November 1987 de Produit - Tubes sans soudure en alliage
nickel-fer-chrome Z5 NCTA 33-21
pour emploi dans les gnrateurs de
vapeur hors faisceaux tubulaires -
Niveaux 1 et 2.

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GERMAN STANDARDS and SPECIFICATIONS

SEW 470 Feb. 1976 Hitzebestndige Walz- und Schmiedesthle

VdTV Werkstoffblatt 305 Nickel-Chrom-Eisen-Legierung - NiCr 15 Fe


March 1984 Werstoff Nr. 2.4816

VdTV Werkstoffblatt 412 Walz- und Schmiedestahl -


Jan. 1984 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20
Werkstoff Nr. 1.4876

VdTV Werkstoffblatt 434 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 H mit erhhten


Jan. 1981 Zeitstandfestigheitseigenschaften

DIN 17240 July 1976 Warmfeste und hochwarmfeste


Werkstoffe fr Schrauben und Muttern
Gtevorschriften

DIN 17459 Nov. 1988 Nahtlose kreisfrmige Rohre aus


(Entwurf) hochwarmfesten austenitischen Sthlen

DIN 17460 Nov. 1988 Hochwarmfeste austenitische Sthle -


(Entwurf) Technische Lieferbedingungen fr Blech,
kalt- und warmgewalzstes Band, Stabstahl
und Schmiedestcke

DIN 17742 Feb. 1983 Nickel-Knetlegierungen mit Chrom


Zusammensetzung

DIN 17750 Feb. 1983 Bnder und Bleche aus Nickel und Nickel
Knetlegierungen - Eigenschaften

DIN 17751 Feb. 1983 Rohre aus Nickel und Nickel-


Knetlegierungen - Eigenschaften

DIN 17752 Feb. 1983 Stangen aus Nickel und Nickel-


Knetlegierungen - Eigenschaften

DIN 17753 Feb. 1983 Drhte aus Nickel und Nickel-


Knetlegierungen - Eigenschaften

DIN 17754 Feb. 1983 Gesenk- und Freiformschmiedestcke aus


Nickel und Nickel-Knetlegierungen -
Eigenschaften

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WL 2.4631 Teil 1 Jan. 1977 Luft- und Raumfahrt
and Entwurf July 1986 Hochwarmfeste
Nickellegierung
mit etwa
0.1 C - 20 Cr - 2.3 Ti 1.4 Al
Bleche und Bnder

WL 2.4631 Teil 2 Jan 1977 Luft- und Raumfahrt


and Entwurf July 1986 Hochwarmfeste Nickellegierung
mit etwa
0.1 C - 20 Cr - 2.3 Ti - 1.4 Al
Stangen und Schmiedestcke

WL 2.4631 Beiblatt 1 Jan.1977 Luft- und Raumfahrt


and Entwurf Teil 100 July 1986 Hochwarmfeste Nickellegierung
mit etwa
0.1 C - 20 Cr - 2.3 Ti - 1.4 Al
Bleche, Bnder, Stangen und
Schmiedestcke - Konstruktions-
und Fertigungshinweise,
Umslsselung

WL 2.4668 Teil 1 July 1984 Hochwarmfeste Nickellegierung


mit etwa
0.05 C - 19 Cr - 18 Fe - 5 Nb
3 Mo
Bleche und Bnder

WL 2.4668 Teil 2 July 1984 Hochwarmfeste Nickellegierung


mit etwa
0.05 C - 19 Cr - 18 Fe - 5 Nb
3 Mo
Stangen und Schmiedestcke

WL 2.4668 Teil 3 July 1984 Hochwarmfeste Nickellegierung


mit etwa
0.05 C - 19 Cr - 18 Fe - 5 Nb
3 Mo
Schweissdraht

WL 2.4668 Beiblatt 1 July 1984 Hochwarmfeste Nickellegierung


mit etwa
0.05 C - 19 Cr - 18 Fe - 5 Nb
3 Mo
Bleche, Bnder, Stangen,
Schmiedestcke und
Schweissdraht

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BELGIAN STANDARD

NBN A 21-226, April 1982 Aciers Rfractaires -


Prescriptions de Qualit

EUROPEAN STANDARD

EURONORM 95-79, Feb. 1979 Aciers Rfractaires -


Prescriptions de Qualit

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD

ISO 4955, Dec.1983 Heat-Resisting Steels and Alloys

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5. ABBREVIATION S. PROPERTY DESIGNATIONS and UNITS

L Length mm
d Diameter mm
E Modulus of Elasticity kN/mm 2
Density g/cm3
Temperature degrees
centigrade
a Coefficient of Linear Thermal
Expansion m/m C
Thermal Conductivity W/mC
Sp. Heat Specific Heat J/gc
Electrical Resistivity firam2/m
a Electrical Conductivity MS/m
HB Brinell Hardness
HV Vickers Hardness
HRC Rockwell Hardness
Proof Stress
R
p0.2 0.2% Proof Stress N/mm 2
R
pl.O 1% Proof Stress N/mm 2
R
m Tensile Strength N/mm 2
Rp1/t/T % Creep Limit N/mm 2
R
ra/t Creep Rupture Strength N/mm 2
S
k Impact Energy J/cm2
A Elongation %
AS Elongation in specimen with L Q = 5d 0 %
Reduction in area %

FORM

1 Sheet / Plate
2 Strip
3 Bar / Rod
4 Wire
5 Tube
6 Forging

CONDITION

A Annealed
PT Precipitation Treated
ST Solution Treated
WQ Water Quenched
CD Cold Drawn
CW Cold Worked
HW Hot Worked

DIRECTION

1 : longitudinal

t : transversal
6. COMPARISON BY MATERIAL TYPF.

6.1. zw

OVERVIEW

This commercial designation, which corresponds to the German


Material Numbers 1.4876, the modified version 1.4876H and to
1.4958 and 1.4959 covers the following material designations :

NA 15 (UK)
NA 15 H (UK)

Z8 NC 3221 (France)
Z5 NCTA 3221 (France)

X10 NiCrAITi 32 20 F( RG, Belgium, European)


X10 NiCrAITi 32 20H F( RG)
X 5 NiCrAITi 31 20 F( RG)
X 8 NiCrAITi 32 21 F( RG)
H18 (International)

Each of the British Standards covers a specific form (sheet, plate,


strip...) of the material, and in fact includes data for a wide range of
alloys. Two grades of Alloy 800 composition, are included. The data in
these standards generally pertain, to composition, weight and
dimensional tolerances and to shorttime tensile properties. Little or
no information is provided on physical properties and longterm creep
rupture behaviour.

The F rench standard states that the information given is purely


indicative. It is limited to chemical composition, physical properties,
reference heat treatment and mechanical properties (including creep
rupture).

The four parts of the RCCMR code that cover the Z5NCTA 3321
composition provide specifications for bars and rolled or forged semi
products and seamless tubes. They give data on fabrication, chemical
composition, corrosion testing, surface state and heat treatment,
limited mechanical and tensile properties and microstructure. They also
detail the mechanical and tensile tests to be performed on material in
the asdelivered state and examinations to reveal and eliminate surface
and internal defects. F inally, they include information on method of
marking and acceptance procedure.

The Belgian standard is, in fact, identical to the European standard.


This European standard covers composition, heat treatment and
dimensional tolerances. It gives indicative data on physical properties
and longterm creep.

The International standard and the European standard are almost


identical regarding the recommendations for the Alloy 800 composition.
It is stated that the physical properties, heat treatment data and
creeprupture properties are specified for guidance only.
The German standards and specifications are by far the most complete.
Together, they cover completely dimensional and weight tolerances, heat
treatment, physical properties, short-term tensile properties, and long-
term creep-rupture properties. Marking and acceptance procedures are
also included.

The standards of all origins refer to other standards issued by their


own standardization organizations on the testing methods used to obtain
property data and on marking to identify guaranteed parts. Retesting and
test certification are also covered.

Either one, or several standards, from each organization cover the range
of products sheet, plate, strip, bar and tube. Wire products are
covered in all but the French standards.

All the standards specify heat treatment and surface finish. The German
standards also cover surface condition.

SPECIFIC PROPERTIES

Chemical Analysis (Table 1)

Only minimal differences in specifications are observed, e.g. a slightly


greater variation in nickel and chromium contents (from -0.2 to +1.2% Ni
or Cr). Approximately equivalent trace element contents are specified
throughout the standards, depending on grade.

Permissible Deviations (Table 2)

Where specified (German, Belgian, European and International standards),


permitted compositional deviations are roughly equivalent.

Material Designations and Product Forms (Table 3)

The material designations and product forms covered by each standard are
shown in the Table.

Heat Treatment (Table 4)

Treatments depend on product form and required structure and are fairly
equivalent. Maximum specified solution treatment temperatures may vary
by 50C.

Physical properties (Table 5)

Density values given in BS(when specified), NF, EURONORM NBN and ISO are
identical. Values for the alloy grades covered by DIN 17459 and
DIN 17460 are slightly lower.
Only the French standard indicates the alloy's melting point.
Modulus of Elasticity values are given only in the German
Specifications. The values are slightly higher for the basic grade
(1.4876).

Linear thprmal expansi on coefficients are included in all the


specifications, except the British standards and the French RCC-MR code,
and are practically equivalent, as are thermal conductivity, specific
heat and electrical resistivity.

Hardness values are not included in the German specifications. The


British standards values are somewhat lower than those specified
elsewhere.

Short-Time Mechanical Properties at Room Temperature (Table 6)

All but one of the standards give values for the room temperature 0.21
and 11 proof stresses and for tensile strength and elongation. The
values in the British standards are generally linked to dimensional
specifications. The French standard and the RCC-MR give a value for the
0.21 proof stress as well as values for tensile strength and elongation.
In most cases the proof stress values are stated to be minimum values.
Except for the British and French standards, where minimum values are
specified, a range of values is given for tensile strength.

Elongation values in the longitudinal direction are fairly coherent.


Transversal or tangential values are also given in the German standards
and specifications. The latter also give impact energy values, as does
the RCC-MR. The data are absent elsewhere.

Short-Time Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (Table 7, Table 8


and Table 9)

Table 7 gives 0.2% proof stress values for the alloys up to 600 C
(British standards) and up to 1000 C (German standards). No values are
given in the other standards. A 0.21 value at one temperature is
included in the French RCC-MR as a minimum value for acceptance tests.
The British and German standards specify values for 1.0% proof stress up
to 600C (Table 8).

Generally speaking, the values given for both properties in the British
standards are higher than those given in the German ones.

Elevated temperature tensile strength data are limited to the French


steel Z8NC 32-21 and one German grade (1.4876) in two heat-treated
conditions. The values given for the French steel are mean values and
are considerably higher than the tentative base value given for the
German grade (Table 9).

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Long-Term Creep Properties (Tables 10 and 11)

As regards long-term creep properties (Table 10), no data on 1% creep


limit are included in the British standards.
Data are given after 1000h in the 600-1000C range in the French
standard for the Z8NC 32 21 grade and in the 600-900C range in the ISO,
NBN, EURONORM and SEW 470 standards. Except at 900C, the French values
are higher than those of the other standards, in which identical values
are given. 1% creep-limit after lOOOOh in the 550-1000C range are given
in all but the British standards. The French values are again higher
than those presented in the ISO, NBN, EURONORM and SEW standards.
Indicative, calculated values are given in VdTV. The DIN standards give
values at 10C intervals and lO^h data for work material 1.4958. Highest
values are presented in the DIN standards.

Creep Rupture Strength (Table 11)

No creep rupture strength values are given in the British and French
standards. lOOOh rupture strengths are given in the ISO, NBN, EURONORM
and in one German specification and are identical.
The above standards, and the VdTV German specifications include data
after lOOOOh. The values are in relatively good agreement.

The VdTV German specifications also give values after 50000h.

lOOOOOh creep rupture strengths are only given in the German standards
and specifications.
Extrapolation to 200000h are also included in the DIN standards.

6.2. INCONEL 600

OVERVIEW

Apparently, only the FRG and the UK have issued standards covering
alloys corresponding to the above commercial designation.

The British standards pertain to the material designated NA 14.

The German standards and specifications concern the alloy designated


NiCrl5Fe (Material Nos. 2.4816 and 2.4640).

Each of the British standards covers a specific form of the material


(sheet, plate, strip,...). These standards provide indications on
composition, weight and dimensional tolerances and short-time tensile
properties. Practically no information is provided on physical
properties, heat treatment and long-term creep rupture behaviour.

The German standards and specifications are structured as follows : DIN


17742 specifies the composition for all forms of NiCrl5Fe. DIN 17750,
DIN 17751, DIN 17752, DIN 17753 and DIN 17754 concern, respectively, the
following forms : plate, sheet and strip; tubes; rods and bars; wire,
and; forgings.
Data are included on hardness and short-time tensile properties at room
temperature.

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Specification VdTV 305 provides information on melt composition,
including permissible deviations (it is the only standard to do so),
thickness tolerances, heat treatment and short-time tensile properties
at room and elevated temperature.

SPECIFIC PROPERTIES

Chemical Analygi g (Table 1)

Very uniform values are given throughout the standards. The German
standard specifies 1.0 max% Co(as compared with 2.0 max% in the British
standards, and moreover gives a maximum value for the boron content
(absent from British specifications)

Permissible Deviations (Table 2)

Values are specified only in VdTV 305.

Material Designation and Product Form (Table 3)

The Material Designations and Product Forms are shown in the Tabie.

Heat Treatment (Table 4)


Precise specifications are presented only in VdTV 305. Material type,
dimensional tolerances and heat treatment are also summarized.
Physical Properties (Table 5)

Density values are comparable. The German standards are consistent with
respect to hardness (Brinell hardness). The British standards (values
given as Vickers hardness) are somewhat lower than the German values; a
range of significantly higher values can be obtained for various roll
tempers.

No values are given in either the British or the German standards for
Modulus of Elasticity. Linear Thermal Expansion or Thermal Conductivity.
Specific Heat or Electrical Resistivity.

Short-Time Mechanical Properties at RT (Table 6)

All the standards give minimum 0.2% and 1% proof stress. tensile
strength and elongation values at room temperature, generally in terms
of thickness and heat-treated condition. The British tensile property
values are generally higher than the corresponding German values.

Short-Time Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature


(Tables 7, 8 and 9)

The minimum elevated temperature 0.21 proof stress values (where given
in the British standards, i.e. for sheet and plate, seamless tubes and
bar) are higher than those specified in the German specification
(Table 7).

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No values are given for the elevated temperature 1% proof stress values
in the German standards (Table 8).

As regards elevated temperature tensile strength, only the German VdTV


specification gives data (Table 9).

Long-Term Creep Properties

No long-term stress rupture or creep properties are specified in any of


the standards.

6.3. NIMONIC 80A

OVERVIEW

This commercial designation, which corresponds to the German Material


Numbers 2.4952 and 2.4631 covers the following material designations :

NA 20 (UK)
NC 20TA (France)
NiCr20TiAl (FRG)

The British alloy is included in BS 3076 which pertains to nickel and


nickel alloys in the form of bars.

The French standard applies to bars for use in fabricating valves.

The German material is covered by two DIN standards, one of which only
specifies composition, while the other includes quality specifications
on bar material for bolts and nuts, and by a Werkstoff-Leistungsblatt
specification which covers all the forms with the exception of wire and
tube.

The British standard gives data on composition, dimensional tolerances


(diameter, width, length, straightness) in various heat-treated
conditions, heat treatment, surface finish and room-temperature tensile
properties. The only high-temperature property included is the minimum
stress to produce rupture at 750CC in 23h.

The French standard includes information on composition (including


permissible deviations) and heat treatment. The only dimensional
limitation specified pertains to bar diameter. Room-temperature tensile
properties are given, as well as indicative high-temperature short-time
tensile properties. Physical properties are also specified.

The German standards and specifications cover the composition with


respect to dimensional tolerances, heat treatment, physical properties,
short-time tensile properties at room and high temperature, and long-
term creep rupture and stress properties. Some information on surface
finish is given.

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SPECIFIC PROPERTIES

Chemical Analysis (Table 1)

The chemical compositions of all the grades are completely coherent. A


slightly higher Fe content (3% max as compared with 1.5% max) is
tolerated in the French composition and in that specified in DIN 17240.

Permissible Deviations (Table 2)

Quasi identical permissible deviations are specified for these two


compositions.

Material Designations and Product Forms (Table 3)

The data from the specifications are summarized in the Table.

Heat Treatment (Table 4)

There does not appear to be a standard heat treatment for a given


product.

Physical Properties (Table 5)

Density is identical for all grades.

Modulus of Elasticity The value given in the British standard is that


at 20C. It is lower than that given in the DIN standard (by about 8%),
which in turn is slightly lower than the corresponding value in the WL.
These German standards give values at temperatures up to 800 and 1000 C
respectively. The WL values are consistently slightly higher than those
given in the DIN standard.

As regards linear thermal expansion, no data are included in the British


standard. In the range given, the French values are comparable to those
of the DIN standard. Above 400C, the WL data are higher than the DIN
values.

Thermal conductivity at 20C is comparable in the French and German


standards. The WL specification gives values at 100C intervals up to
900C.
No comparison of the electrical conductivity is possible, since it is
only recorded in the WL specification.

The value for specific heat capacity is higher in the DIN standard than
in the WL specification.

Hardness values are given only in the WL specification.

Short-Time Mechanical Properties at RT (Table 6)

0.2% proof stresses, tensile strength and elongation at room temperature


are included in all the standards.
The French values (especially for 0.2% proof stress but also for tensile
strength) are higher than the others.

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Short-Time Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (Tables 7, 9, 10)

The table compares the 0.2% proof stress values given in the German
standard and in the German specification. The standard gives values
which are considerably below the experimentally determined values
reported in the specification. No values are given in the British and
French standards.

No IX proof stress values are given in any of the standards.


Only the French standard includes (indicative) mean values for the high-
temperature tensile strength of the alloy (Table 9).

Long-Term Creep Properties

Data for long-term high-temperature creep are limited to the German


alloys. The DIN standard gives guidance values for the 0.2Z and 11 creep
limits after 10000, 30000 and 100000 hours, whereas the specifications
include typical values for the 0.2% creep limit only, after 100, 300,
1000 and 10000h. These data are shown, without comment in Table 10.

Creep rupture strength and relaxation properties are presented


respectively in Tables 11 and 12 for the German grades.
Complementary creep rupture data (i.e., values for different periods)
are included in the DIN standard and the WL specification. The
relaxation properties, qualified as provisional guidance values, are
given only by the DIN standard and are included here solely for the sake
of completion.

The British standard and the German specification give values for the
t ime -to-rupture at 750C under respectively 325 and 340N/mm2. These
times are 23 and 30h. (Table 13)

6.4. INCONEL 718

OVERVIEW

This commercial designation corresponds to the German Work Material


Number 2.4668.
The only document received that covers this material is the German
specification WL 2.4668.
Consequently, no comparison is possible. For the sake of completeness,
the main properties are also shown in Tables 1 to 11.

6.5. HASTELLOY C-276

OVERVIEW

One French standard was received which includes two grades of a


composition equivalent to the German Material No. 2.4819 (Ni-Mol6Crl5).

Although, the standard cannot be compared, for completeness, the main


data are listed in Tables 1 to 6.

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7. CONCLUSIONS
The most obvious result of the present study is that by far the most
documented material of the group of high-nickel, heat-resisting alloys
is that known commercially as Alloy 800.

Of the 30 standards and specifications received, 18 pertain to the


grades in this group.

They originate from all the participating countries and also include one
European and one International standard.

The German standards are by far the most complete.

Only the British and German standards pertain to the Inconel 600
composition. Practically no information is included in the British
standards on physical properties, heat treatment and long-term creep
rupture behaviour.

As regards Nimonic 80A type material, British, French and German


standards document its property requirements.

Once again, in the British standard little information is given on high-


temperature properties.

The Inconel 718 composition is covered only by a German specification


and the nickel-molybdenum alloys only by a French standard.

In none of the groups is the specific data presented in a homogeneous


manner in the standards of various origins. They are given variously as
minimum values, maximum values, a range of values and as measured or
estimated values.

Most of the standards refer to other standards drawn up by their issuing


organizations specifying applicable test methods for property
determinations.
This is also the case in the International, European and Belgian
standards for tolerance requirements.

Generally speaking, the limits and testing methods used are comparable.
The SI system of units is fairly well respected and slight derogations
do not hamper comparison.

Hardness is given variously as HB, HV and HRC, with Brinell values


predominating.

On the whole, the values presented for a given composition are in fairly
good agreement.

8. RECOMMENDATIONS
A tentative suggestion regarding the harmonization of existing standards
would be to use the structure of either the European or the
International standard as a basis, and to expand the content of the
selected standard to include more detailed mechanical and tensile
property specifications of the type given in the German specifications.

15
TABLES
mm$mMmmami
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 1 : Chemical Analysis, wt%
Standard or Material Fn
Specification Designation 1 23 4 5 6 c Si fin S Al Ti AllTi Cu Cr Ni Ni + Co Nb Co

BS 3072 NA 15 X 0.10 Dax 1.0 Dax 1.5 sax 0.015 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.75mx 19.023.0 30 35 2 Dax
NA15H X 0.050.10 1.0 Dax 1.'5 sax 0.015 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.75max 19.323.0 30 35 2 Dax
BS 3073 NA 15 X 0.10 m x 1.0 Dax 1.5 sax 3.015 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.75mx 19.023.0 30 35 2 Dax
BS 3074 NA 15 X 0.10 max 1.0 Dax 1.5 Dax 0.015 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.75max 19.023.0 30 35 1 2 Dax
NA15H X 0.050.10 1.0 Dax 1.5 E ax 0.015 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.75Dax 19.023.0 30 3 5 ! 2 Dax
BS 3075 NA 15 X 0.10 Dax 1.0 Dax 1.5 cax 0.015 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.75max 19.023.0 30 3 5 | 2 Dax
BS 3076 NA 15 X 0.10 Dax 1.0 rnx 1.5 Bax 0.015 oax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0 . 7 5 m 19.023.0 30 3 5 ! 2 Dax
NA15H X 0.050.10 1.0 Dax 1.5 E ax 0.015 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.75Dax 19.023.0 30 3 5 ; 2 Dax

NF A 35578 Z8NC 32 21 X 0.10 Dax 1.0 Dax 2.0 Dax 0.030 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 19.023.0 30.0035.00 0.040oax

RCCHR RM 4121Z5NCIA 3321 X X .030.060 0.70 ax 1.00 mx 0.015 Dax 0.100.25 0.300.50 0.75max 19.023.0 32.0035.00 0.015Dax 0.25mx 0.03mx .0015oax
RCCHR RM 4122Z5NCTA 3321 X X .030.060 0.70 Dax 1.00 mx 0.015 Dax 0.100.25 0.300.50 0.75nax 19.023.0 32.0035.00 0.015max 0.25mx 0.03mx .0015max
to RCCMR RM 4141 Z5NCTA 3321 X .030.060 0.70 Dax 1.00 mx 0.015 Dax 0.100.25 0.450.65 0.75HHX 19.023.0 32.0035.00 0.015max 0.25mx 0.03mx .0015max
ROCMR RH 4142Z5NCTA 3321 X .030.060 0.70 Dax 1.00 mx 0.015 Dax 0.100.25 0.300.50 0.75mx 19.023.0 32.0035.00 0.015Dax 0.25mx 0.03mx ,0015ax

ISO 4955 B18 X X X X X X 0.050.12 1.0 Dax 2.0 eax 0.030 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 19.023.0 30.0034.00 0.045oax

SBN A21226 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 X 0.12 Dax 1.0 max 2.0 lax 0.020 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 19.023.0 30.0034.00 0.030iax

EURONORM 9579 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 X 0.12 Dax 1.0 mx 2.0 Dax 0.020 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 19.023.0 30.0034.00 0.030oax

SEN 470 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 X X X X X X 0.12 Dax 1.0 mx 2.0 sax 0.020 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 19.023.0 30.0034.00 0.030max

VETV 412 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 X X X X X 0.040.10 1.0 mx 1.5 mx 0.020 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.7tyl.O 0.75mx 19.023.0 30.034.0 30.034.0 0.03max l.OOmx
VdTV 434 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20HX X X X 0.060.10 1.0 mx 1.5 mx 0.010 Dax 0.150.60 0.150.60 0.7 Dax 0.75mx 19.023.0 30.034.0 30.0 34.0 0.015max l.OOmx

DIN 17459 X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 X 0.030.08 0.70 Dax 1.5 ca>: 0.01 mx 0.200.50 0.200.50 0.5 mx 19.022.0 30.0 32.5 30.0 32.5 0.015nax O.lmx 0.05mx 0.03mx
X8NiCrAlTi 32 21 X 0.050.10 0.70 Dax 1.5 uax 0.01 mx 0.250.65 0.250.65 0.5 mx 19.022.0 30.0 34.0 30.0 34.0 0.015max 0.05mx 0.03mx
DD) 17460 X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 X X X X 0.030.08 0.70 Dax 1.5 E ax 0.01 mx 0.200.50 0.200.50 0.5 mx 19.022.0 30.0 32.5 30.0 32.5 0.01 Sua* O.lmx 0.05mx 0.03mx
X8NiCrAlTi 32 21 X X X X 0.050.10 0.70 Dax 1.5 E ax 0.01 E ax 0.250.65 0.250.65 0.5 mx 19.022.0 30.0 34.0 30.0 34.0 0.015max 0.05mx 0.03mx

) for Service between 600 and 700C


MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 2 : Chemical Analysis Permissible deviations, wt%

Standard or Material
Specification Designation 123456 C si S Al Ti Al+Ti Cu Cr Si Ni+Co Co Nb

BS 3072 NA 15 X
NA15H X
BS 3073 NA 15 X
BS 3074 NA 15 X
NA15H X
BS 3075 NA 15 X
BS 3076 NA 15 X
NA15H X
NF A 35578 Z8NC 32 21 X
RCCHR RH 4121 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
RCCHR RH 4122 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
RCCHR RH 4141 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
to RCCHR RH 4142 Z5NCTA 33 21 X 0.04
(O
ISO 4955 H18 0.1 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.005 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.25 + 0.20 + 0.010
NBN A 21226 X10NiCrAlTi3220 X XXX X +0.1 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.005 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.25 + 0.20 + 0.010
E0R0N0RH 9579 X10NiCrAlTi3220 XXX X X + 0.1 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.005 + 0.05 0.05 + 0.25 + 0.20 + 0.010
SEW 470 X10NiCrAlTi3220 0.01 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.005 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.20 + 0.25 + 0.005
for
(<19Cr)
+ 0.25
for
(>20Cr)
VTV 412 X10NiCrAlTi3220 0.01 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.005 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.20 + 0.15 0.15 + 0.05 + 0.005
VTV 434 X10NiCrAlTi3220H x x x x x +0.01 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.002 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.15 0.15 + 0.05
DIN 17459 X5NiCrAlTi3120 +0.01 +0.01 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.003 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.20 + 0.20 + 0.05 + 0.005 + 0.01
X8NiCrAlTi3221 + 0.01 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.003 + 0.05 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.20 + 0.20 + 0.05 + 0.005 + 0.01
DIN 17460 X5NiCrAlTi3120 xxx +0.01 ;0.01* + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.003 + 0.05 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.20 + 0.20 + 0.05 + 0.005 + 0.01
X8NiCrAlTi3221 + 0.01 + 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.003 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.20 + 0.20 + 0.05 + 0.005 + 0.01

) resp. for melt analysis < 0.04 and >0.04<0.10
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 3 : Material Designations and Product Forms
Sheet/Plate Bar/Rod Tube Wire Strip Forgings

Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Haterial Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material
Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation

BS 3072 NA 15 BS 3076 NA 15 BS 3074 NA 15 BS 3075 NA 15 BS 3073 NA 15


NA 15H NA 15H NA 15H
SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi
32 20 32 20 32 20 32 20 32 20 32 20
VdTV XlONiCrAlTi VdTV XlONiCrAlTi VdTV XlONiCrAlTi VdTV XlONiCrAlTi VdTV XlONiCrAlTi
Werkstoff- 32 20 Werkstoff- 32 20 Werkstoff- 32 20 Werkstoff- 32 20 Werkstoff- 32 20
blatt 412 blatt 412 blatt 412 blatt 412 blatt 412
VdTV XlONiCrAlTi VdTV XlONiCrAlTi VdTV XlONiCrAlTi VdTV XlONiCrAlTi VdTV XlONiCrAlTi
Werkstoff- 32 20H Werkstoff- 32 20H Werkstoff- 32 20H Werkstoff- 32 20H Werkstoff- 32 20H
to blatt 434 blatt 434 blatt 434 blatt 434 blatt 434
u>
DIN 17459 X5MCJJ1JJ
X8NiCrAlTi
32 21
DIN 17460 X5NiCrAlTi DIN 17460 X5NiCrAlTi DIN 17460 X5NiCrAlTi DIN 17460 X5NiCrAlTi
31 20 31 20 31 20 31 20
X8NiCrAlTi X8NiCrAlTi X8NiCrAlTi X8NiCrAlTi
32 21 32 21 32 21 32 21
NF A 35-578 Z8NC 32 21 NF A 35-578 Z8NC 32 21 NF A 35-578 Z8NC 32 21 NF A 35-578 Z8NC 32 21 NF A 35-578 Z8NC 32 21
RCC-MR RM 4121 Z5NCTA33-21 RCC-MR RM 4141 Z5NCTA33-21 RCC-MR RH 4121 Z5NCTA33-21
RCC-MR RM 4122 Z5NCTA33-21 RCC-MR RH 4142 Z5NCTA33-21 RCC-MR RM 4122 Z5NCTA33-22
NBN A 21-226 XlONiCrAl NBN A 21-226 XlONiCrAl
32 20 32 20
EURONORM XlONiCrAl EURONORM XlONiCrAl
95-79 32 20 95-79 32 20
ISO 4955 H18 ISO 4955 H18 ISO 4955 H18 ISO 4955 H18 ISO 4955 H18 ISO 4955 H18
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 4 : Heat Treatment
Standard o r Material Fon
Specification Designation 1 23 4 56 Treatment

BS 3072 NA 15 Hot or cold rolled and annealed; hot rolled


NA15B Hot or cold rolled and solution treated
BS 3073 NA 15 X Cold rolled and annealed
BS 3074 NA 15 ( Hot or cold worked and annealed; hot worked
NA15B i Hot or cold worked and solution treated
BS 3075 NA 15 X Cold drawn and annealed; cold drawn
NA 15 (wire rod) X Hot or cold worked and annealed; hot or cold worked
BS 3076 NA 15 (round) X Hot or cold worked and annealed; hot worked
NA 15 (square) Cold worked and annealed a t < 1000'C
KA 15H (round) X Hot or cold worked and solution treated a t 1150'C
(square) X Cold worked and solution treated a t >420*C
SEH 470 X10NiCrAlTi32 20 X X X i X Hot worked a t 1150-800'C and annealed a t 900-980'C; hot worked a t <1150-800'C and solution treated a t 1100-1150'C
VdTV 412 nONiCrAlTi32 20 XX ( X SEE INSET

VdTV 434 X10NiCrAlTi32 20H X X tX

DIU 17459 X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 < Solution treated a t 1100-1200'C, a i r or water quenched


X8NiCrAlTi 32 21 Solution treated a t 1100-1200'c, a i r or water quenched
DIN 17460 X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 XX X Solution annealed a t 1100-1200'C, a i r or water quenched
X8NiCrAlTi 32 21 XX Solution annealed a t 1100-1200'c, a i r or water quenched
X
Thickness/ Solution Annealed Cooled
NF A 35 578 Z8NC 32-21 X Solution treated a t 1100-1150'C, water quenched STANDARD (ALLOY) dia nun at 'C For in

RCC-HR RH 4121 Z5 NCTA 33-21 X X Cold worked and annealed <980'C VdTV 412 < 10 1100-1150 5'-60' air / water
ROC-MR RH 4122 Z5 NCTA 33-21 X X Cold worked and annealed < 980'C XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 < 25 1100-1150 30'-60' air / water
RCC-HR RH 4141 Z5 NCTA 33-21 ( Cold rolled or drawn and annealed < 980'c < 50 1100-1150 l-2h air / water
RCC-HR RH 4142 Z5 NCTA 33-21 ( Cold rolled or drawn and annealed < 980'c <100 1100-1150 2-3h air / water
<250 1100-1150 3-5h air / water
ISO 4955 m.8 X X X ( X Annealed a t 1125'C +/- 25*C, a i r or water quenched
VdTV 434 < 10 1150-1200 5'-20' air / water
NBN A 21-226 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 X X X X Annealed a t 975*C; solution treated at 1100-1150'C, H.Q. XlONiCrAlTi 32 20H < 25 1150-1200 30'-60' air / water
< 50 1150-1200 l-2h air / water
EURONORH 95-79 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 X X X X Annealed a t 975*C, solution treated a t 1100-1150'C, H.Q. <100 1150-1200 2-3h air / water
<250 1150-1200 3-5h air / water
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 5 : Physical Properties (Guidance Values)
1 111 1
Helting Density Hodulus of E lasticity Linear Bienal E xpansion Thermal Sp. ht Elect. Grain Size Hard
Standard or Material Fori point E H ! 2 at 'C .IO6 m/m'C betveen 20*C and conductivity J/ Resist. ness
Specification 1 2 3 4 5 6 'C g/an3 20 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 W/iC g'c ASTK HB
Designation 20C' 500C' inni y m max

BS 3072 NA 15 (A) X 8.0 Sheet > 6 168 a)


Plate > 4
NA15H (ST) X 8.0 >5
BS 3073 NA 15 (A) X 0.150.25
7.5
0.25 0.5m 168 a)
6
0.05 3
4
BS 3074 NA 15 (A) X
NA 15H (ST) X > 5
BS 3075 NA 15 (A) X
BS 3076 NA 15 (A) X >5
NA 15H (ST) X >5
en
NF A 35578 Z8NC 3221 (ST) X 1370 8.0 14.5 16 16.5 17.5 18.5 13 17 0.55 1.0 61011
RCCHR RH 4121Z5NCTA 3321 X X
RCCHR RH 4122 Z5NCTA 3321 X X
RCCHR RH 4141Z5NCTA 3321 X
RCCKR RH 4142Z5NCTA 3321 X
ISO 4955 H 18 (A) X XXXX X 8.0 15 16 17 17.5 18.5 12 17 0.55 1.0 192
NBN A 21226 n0NiCrAlTi3220(ST) X XXX X 8.0 15 16 17 17.5 18.5 12 17 0.55 1.0 192
EUR0N0RH 9579 X10NiCrAlTi3220(ST) X XXX X 8.0 15 16 17 17.5 18.5 12 17 0.55 1.0 192
4
SEH 470 Q0NiCrArTi3220(ST) X XXXX X 8.0 15
VdTV 412 X10NiCrAlTi3220(ST) XXX XX 200 195 188 182 175 165 161 149 15 16 17 17.5 18.5 12 19 0.50 1.0 >5 192
VdTV 434 n0NiCrAHi3220H(ST) XXX XX >4
DIN 17459 X5NiCrAlTi3120Rk(A) X
X5NiCrAlTi3120(ST) X 7.94 196 191 184 171 164 156 149 15.5 16.0 16.4 16.8 17.2 17.6 17.8 12 0.45 1.0
X8NCrAlT3221(ST) X 7.94 196 191 184 171 164 156 149 15.5 16.0 16.4 16.8 17.2 17.6 17.8 12 0.45 1.0
DIN 17460 X5NCrAlTi3120Rk(A) XXX X 7.94 197 191 184 170 163 156 149 15.8 16.1 16.5 16.9 17.3 17.7 18.1 12 0.45 1.0
X5NiCrAlTi3120(ST) XXX X 7.94 197 191 184 170 163 156 149 15.8 16.1 16.5 16.9 17.3 17.7 18.1 12 0.45 1.0
X8NCrAlT3221(ST) XXX X 7.94 197 191 184 170 163 156 149 15.8 16.1 16.5 16.9 17.3 17.7 15.1 12 0.45 1.0

a) given as Hv b) measured in accordance with NFA 04102 ; scale approx. equiv. to ASTM
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 6 : S h o r t T i m e M e c h a n i c a l P r o p e r t i e s a t RT (Minimum V a l u e s ) (1/2)
Fon Tensile Properties ( N/nn1 ) Elongation (\) Ijpact E nergy
1C
Standard or a^ J / c a '
luteriai AJ
Specification Designation Probe Direction Probe Direction
1 2 34 5 6 um Rpo 2 Kpl.O 1 t | 1 1
, *
t
BS 3072 NA 15 CW + A X 0.250.5 520 30
X 0.54 205 235 520 30
NA 15 HW all 240 550 25
NA 15 HW + A all 205 235 520 35
15 CW + ST all 170 200 450 30
15 HW + ST X all 170 200 450 30
BS 3073 NA 15 CW + A X 0.02 0.5 520 30
NA 15 CW + A X 0.5 4 235 520 30
BS 3074 NA 15 CW + A all 205 235 520 30
NA 15 HW all 170 200 450 30
NA 15 HW t A all 170 200 450 30
NA 15H CW + ST all 170 200 450 30
NA 15H HW + ST all 170 200 450 30
BS 3075 NA 15 CD + A < 0.45 520 20
NA 15 CD + A 0.45 < 10 520 25

BS 3076 NA 15 CW + A x all 205 235 520 30


NA 15 HW f A X all 205 235 520 30
NA 15H CW + ST x all 170 200 450 30
NA 15H HW + ST x all 170 200 450 30

NF A 35578 Z8NC 32 21 ST all 200 490 30


ROCKR RH 4121 Z5NCTA 3321 CW + A x < 28 245380 580700 30 160
RCCHR RH 4122 Z5NCTA 3321 CW U X <60 210350 520700 30 160
RCCHR RH 4141 Z5NCTA 3321 CW + A all 270360 580680 30
RCCHR RH 4142 Z5NCTA 3321 CW + A <35 270380 580700 30
ISO 4955 H18 ST x 0.5 < 30 170 210 450680 30
X 0.5 < 5 170 210 450680 30
X < 100 170 210 450680 30
1.5 < 15 170 210 450680 30
X < 100 170 210 450680 30

: Acceptance range
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 8 0 0
TABLE 6 : S h o r t T i m e M e c h a n i c a l P r o p e r t i e s a t RT (Minimum V a l u e s ) (2/2)
Fon Tensile Properties ( ti/uf ) Elongation ( t ) Iipact Energy a J / a '
Standard or Material Disensions ir
A3
Specification Designation ] 23 4 5 6 R
D0.2 R
Dl.0 R Probe Direction Probe Direction
1 t 1 t

NBN A 21226 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 0.5 < 30 )t 170 480680 30


XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 0.5 < 5 X 170 480680 30
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 < 100 X X 170 480680 30
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 1.5 < 15 X 170 480680 30
EDRONORK XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 0.5 < 30 )[ 170 480680 30
9 5 79 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 0.5 < 5 X 170 480680 30
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 < 100 X X 170 480680 30
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 1.5 < 15 X 170 480680 30
SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A 0.5 < 30 1! 210 500750 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A 0.5 < 10 X 210 500750 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A 5 < 160 X 210 500750 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A 1.5 < 15 X 210 500750 30 22
to XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A 0.5 < 20 X 210 500750 30 22
J XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A < 160 X 210 500750 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST 0.5 < 30 : 170 450700 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST 0.5 < 10 X 170 450700 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST 5 < 160 X 170 450700 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST 1.5 < 15 X 170 450700 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST 0.5 < 20 X 170 450700 30 22
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST < 160 X 170 450700 30 22

VdTV 412 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A X X 210 240 500750 35 30


XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A X X 210 240 500750 35 30 150+
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST ( X X 170 200 450700 35 30
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST X X 170 200 450700 35 30 200+ 100+
VdTV 434 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20H ST ( X X XX 170 200 450700 35 30
DEN 17459 X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 A X 200 230 500750 35 30 120 80
X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 ST X 170 200 500750 35 30 120 80
X8NiCrAlTi 31 20 ST X 170 200 500750 35 30 120 80
DEN 17460 X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 A i X X X 200 230 500750 35 30 120 80
X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 ST ( X X X 170 200 500750 35 30 120 80
X8NiCrAlTi 31 20 ST X X X 170 200 500750 35 30 120 80

Acceptance range Hean value


MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 7 ShortTime Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (Rp0.2N/Iran2)(Minimum Values)
I l I I i l l .
Standard or Material Forra T e m p e r a t u r e , C
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 700 800 900 1000
I
BS 3072 NA 15 CW/HW + A X 165 150 145 140 140 135 125
NA 15H CW/HW + ST 125 J ' 115 110 105 105 105 100
BS 3073 NA 15 X 1
BS 3074 NA 15 CW + A X 165 150 145 140 140 135 125
NA 15H CW + A X 125 ; : 115 110 105 105 105 100
NA 15 HW + A X 125 : ; 115 no 105 105 105 100
NA 15H HW + ST X 125 J ; 1 1 5 no 105 105 105 100
BS 3075 NA 15 X
BS 3076 NA 15 CW/HW + A X 165 ! ; 150 145 140 140 135 125
NA 15H A X 125 ! ;115 no 105 105 105 100
NF A 35-578 Z8NC 32-21 X
I
00
RCC-MR RM 4121 Z5NCTA 33 21 A X X i ; 170
RCC-MR RH 4122 Z5NCTA 33 21 A X X ; 150
RCC-HR RH 4141 Z5NCTA 33 21 A X ' 185
RCC-MR RM 4142 Z5NCTA 33 21 A X 185
ISO 4955 H18 )( X X X XX
NBN A 21 226 X 10NiCrAlTi32 20 >( X X X X I
EURONORM 95-79 X 10NiCrAlTi32 20 > X X X X 1

SEW 470 X 10NiCrAlTi32 20 >t X X X X


VdTV 412 X 10NiCrAlTi32 20 A >C X X X X 185 170 160 150 ; 145 130 125 120 115
X 10NiCrAlTi32 20 ST > XXXX 140 125 115 105 | 95 85 80 75 75
VdTV 434 X 10NiCrAlTi32 20H > XXXX
DIN 17459 X 5HiCrAlTi31 20 Rk A X 175 150 ! 135 120 115 110 105
X 5NiCrAlTi31 20 ST X 140 115 95 85 80 75 75 75 70 50 20
X 8NiCrAlTi32 21 ST X 140 115 J i 95 85 80 75 75 75 70 50 20
DIN 17460 X 5NiCrAlTi31 20 Rk A > X X X 175 150 ! 135 120 115 110 105
X 5NiCrAlTi31 20 ST * X X X 140 115 95 85 80 75 75 75 70 50 20
X 8NiCrAlTi32 21 ST > X X X 140 115 95 85 80 75 75 75 70 50 20
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 8 : Short-Time Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (Rpi.o N/mm2)(Minimum Values)
I I I 1
Standard or Material Form Tempera : u r e, c
Specification Designation 12 3 4 5 6 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600

BS 3072 NA 15 CW/HW + A X 195 180 175 170 165 160 150


NA 15H CW/HW + ST X 155 145 140 135 130 130 125
BS 3073 NA 15 X
BS 3074 NA 15 CW + A X 195 180 175 170 165 160 150
NA 15H CW + ST X 155 145 140 135 130 130 125
NA 15 HW + A X 155 145 140 135 130 130 125
NA 15H HW + ST X 155 145 140 135 130 130 125
BS 3075 NA 15 X -
BS 3076 NA 15 CW/HW + A X 195 180 175 170 165 160 150
NA 15H CW/HW + ST X 195 145 140 135 130 130 125
NF A 35-578 Z8NC 32-21 X
RCC-HR RM 4121 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
RCC-MR RH 4122 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
ro RCC-HR RH 4141 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
RCC-HR RH 4142 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
ISO 4955 H18 XXXXXX
NBN A 21-226 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 XXXXX
EUKONORH 95-79 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 XXXXX
SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 XXXXX
VdTV 412 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 A XXXXX 205 190 180 170 165 150 145 140 135
XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST XXXXX 160 145 135 125 115 105 100 95 95
VdTV 434 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20H XXXXX
DIN 17459 XSNiCrAlTi 31 20 Rk A X 195 170 155 140 135 130 125
X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 ST X 160 135 115 105 100 95 95
X8NiCrAlTi 32 21 ST X 160 135 115 105 100 95 95
DIN 17460 X5HiCrAlTi 31 20 Rk A XXX X 195 170 155 140 135 130 125
X5NiCrAlTi 31 20 ST XXX X 160 135 115 105 100 95 95
X8NiCrAlTi 32 21 ST XXX X 160 135 115 105 100 95 95
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 9 : ShortTime Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (R m N/mm 2 )
(Minimum Values)
I
Standard or Material Form 1' e m e r]a t u r e .. c ' '
Specification Designation 1 2 314 5 6 100 200 300 400 500 600 I 800 I 1000

BS 3072 NA 15 X
1
J
NA 15H
BS 3073 NA 15 !
BS 3074 NA 15 i X
NA 15H X
BS 3075 NA 15 X
BS 3076 NA 15 x
NA 15H
:
x
i!i!
NF A 35578
RCCMR RM 4121
Z8NC 3221 (ST)
Z5NCTA 33 21
; Ix 470 460 420 165 60
X X
RCCMR RM 4122 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
RCCMR RM 4141 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
u> RCCMR RM 4142
o Z5NCTA 33 21 X
ISO 4955 H18 X X X X XX

NBN A 21 226 X10NiCrAlTi32 20 X X X XX

EURONORM 9579 X10NiCrAlTi32 20 X X X XX

SEW 470 X10NiCrAlTi32 20 X X X X XX

VdTV 412 (1) X10NiCrAlTi32 20 (A) X XXXX 425 400 390 380 360 300
(1) X10NiCrAlTi32 20 (ST) X XXXX 425 400 390 380 360 300
VdTV 434 X10NiCrAlTi32 20 H X X X X X

DIN 17459 X5NiCrAlTi31 20 X X


X5NiCrAlTi31 20 X X
X8NiCrAM32 21 i
DIN 17460 X5NiCrAlTi31 20 X X Xj X
X5NiCrAlTi31 20 ! X
X8NCrAlT32 21 XXX! X
! !
(1) tentative base values
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 10 : LongTerm P r o p e r t i e s (N/mm 2 )
1% Creep L i m i t a f t e r 1 0 0 0 , 10000 and lOOOOOh, R p 1 / t / ( M e a n V a l u e s )
Form 1,000h 10,000b 100,000h
Standard or Material Designation at at at
Specification 1 2 3 4 5 6 500 |550I600|650|700|750|800|850I900|950|1000 500 |550|600|650 J70017 5018001850190019 5011000 700 | 750 | 800 | 850 | 900 | 950 | 1000
'c "c 'c
I

BS 3072 NA 15 X
NA15H X
BS 3073 NA 15 X
BS 3074 NA 15 X
NA15H X
BS 3075 NA 15 X
BS 3076 NA 15 X
NA15H X

NF A 35578 Z8NC32 21 ST X 160 90 35 12 4 104 51 20 6 2


I
OJ RCCHR EH 4121 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
RCCMR RH 4122 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
RCCHR RH 4141 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
RCCHR RH 4142 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
ISO 4955 H18 ST X X X XX X 130 70 30 13 90 40 15 5
NBN A 21226 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST X 130 70 30 13 90 40 15 5
EURONORH 9579 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST X 130 70 30 13 90 40 15 5
SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST XXXXXX 130 70 30 13 90 40 15 5
VdTV 412 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 ST X X X XX >148>101 >68 >45 >29 >20 >12 >7 >31 >20 >12 >6 >2
VdTV 434 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 H XXX XX
DIN 17459 * X5NiCrAlTi 3120Rk A X 164 113 67 41
XBNiCrAlTi 3120 ST X 115 84 58 (27)
X8NiCrAlTi 3121 ST X 59 43 30 20 13 8.2 4.4
DIN 17460 * X5NiCrAlTi 3120Rk A X X X X X 164 113 67 41
X5NiCrAlTi 3120 ST X X X X X 115 84 58 (40)
X8NiCrAlTi 3121 ST XXXX X 59 417 282 191 121 6.9 3.5 42 26 16 10 5.7 2.9 1.4

() : Extrapolated values : Creep Rupture Strength/1.5 * : Values given at 10C interval


MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 11 : LongTerm Properties (N/mm2) (1/2)
Creep Rupture Strength, after 1000, 10000 and 50000h, Rm/t/T (Mean Values)
1000h 10,000h 50,000h
Standard or Haterial Form at at at
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 600|700|800|900 500 |550|600|650|700|750|800|850|900|950|1000 500 |550|600|650|700|750|800|850|900|950|1000
C *c 'C

BS 3072 HA 15 X
HA 15H X
BS 3073 HA 15 X
BS 3074 HA 15 X
HA 15H X
BS 3075 HA 15 X
BS 3076 HA 15 X
HA 15H X

HF A 35-578 Z8HC32 21 X
OJ
(O RCC-HR RH 4121 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
RCC-MR RH 4122 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X
RCC-HR RH 4141 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
RCC-HR RH 4142 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
ISO 4955 H18 (A) < X X X X X 200 90 45 20 152 68 30 12
NBN A 21-226 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 (A) X 200 90 45 20 152 68 30 12
EUR0N0RH 95-79 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 (A) X 200 90 45 20 152 68 30 12
SEW 470 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 (ST) )( X X X X X 200 90 45 20 152 68 30 11
VdTV 412 * XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 (ST) )( X X XX 223 152 103 68 44 30 19 11 185 124 81 52 34 22 12 6
VdTV 434 * XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 H (ST) >( X X XX 152 107 75 52 37 25 17 11. !i 124 84 58 40 28 18.5 12 8
DIH 17459 * XSNiCrAlTi 3120Rk(A) X 315 224 131 80 50
X8HiCrAlTi 3120 (ST) X 290 225 140 97 69
X8HiCrAlTi 3221 (ST) X 73 57 41 28 18 12 7.9
DIN 17460 * X5HiCrAlTi 3120Rk(A) )t X X X X 315 224 131 80 50
X5NiCrAlTi 3120 (ST) >[ X X X X 290 225 140 97 69
X8NiCrAlTi 3221 (ST) >t X X X X 74 47.5 32.6 23 15.6 10 6.4
I I I I I I 1
MATERIAL TYPE : ALLOY 800
TABLE 11 : LongTerm P r o p e r t i e s (N/mm 2 ) ( 2 / 2 )
Creep Rupture S t r e n g t h a f t e r 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 and 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 h , Rm/t/T ( M e a n V a l u e s )

100,000h 200,000b
Standard or Material Font at at
Specification Designation 1 23 4 5 6 500 |550|600|650|700|750 |800 850 |900|950|1000 500 | 550 [600 |650 700 | 750 | 800 | 850 | 900|950|l000
'c 'c
BS 3072 NA 15 ![
NA15H )
BS 3073 NA 15 X
BS 3074 NA 15 X
NA15H X
BS 3075 NA 15 X
BS 3076 NA 15 X
NA15H X

NF 35578 Z8NC32 21 X

RCCHR RM 4121 Z5NCTA 33 21 X X


RCCHR RM 4122 Z5NCA 33 21 X X
RCCHR RM 4141 Z5NCTA 33 21 X
RCCMR RM 4142 Z5NCTA 33 21 X

ISO4955 H18 :( X X X X X

NBN A 21226 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 X


EURONORM 9579 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 X
SE 470 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 (ST) )( X X X X X 114 47 19 4
VdTV 412 XlONiCrAlTi 32 20 (ST) ( XX XX 171 114 73 47 30 19 10 4
VdTV 434 * XlONiCrAlTi 32 20H (ST) ( XX XX 114 77 53 36 24 16 10. 7
DIN 17459 * X5NiCrAlTi 3120R)c(A) X 258 171 90 51 30 (242) (155) (80) (44) (26)
X8NiCrAlTi 3120 (ST) X 215 160 95 63 44 (196) (143) (83) (55) (38)
XBNiCrAlTi 3121 (ST) X 46 35 35 17 9.9 6.2 (4) (39) (30) (21) (13) (8) 4.9 (3.2
DIN 17460 * X5NiCrAlTi 3120Rk(A) X XX X 258 171 90 51 30 (242) (155) (80) (44) (26)
X5NiCrAlTi 3120 (ST) ( X X X X 215 160 95 63 44 (196) (143) (83) (55) (38)
X8NiCrAlTi 3121 (ST) ( X XX X 50 31.6 21.4 14.4 9.4 5.8 3.7 (44) (26.8) (17.5) (12.1) (8) (5) (1)

* : values given at 10C intervals; ( ) : extrapolated values


MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 600

TABLE 1 : Chemical Analysis, wt%

1 111 1

Standard or Material Fon


Specification Designation c Si Hn S Al Ti Al+Ti Cu Cr Fe NiKo Co Ni
123456

BS 3072 NA 14 X 0.15 max 0.5 max 1.0 nax 0.015 max 0.5 max 14.017.0 6.010.0 72 2.0 max 72min
BS 3073 NA 14 X 0.15 max 0.5 max 1.0 max 0.015 max 0.5 max 14.017.0 6.010.0 72 2.0 max 72min
BS 3074 NA 14 X 0.15 max 0.5 nax 1.0 nax 0.015 max 0.5 max 14.017.0 6.010.0 72 2.0 max 72min
BS 3075 NA 14 X 0.15 max 0.5 max 1.0 nax 0.015 max 0.5 max 14.017.0 6.010.0 72 2.0 max 72min
BS 3076 NA 14 X 0.15 max 0.5 sax 1.0 max 0.015 max 0.5 max 14.017.0 6.010.0 72 2.0 max 72min
U)
VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe X X X X 0.08 max 0.5 nax 1.0 max 0.015 max 0.5 max 14.017.0 6.010.0 0.015 max 72min

DIN 17742 NiCrl5Fe X X X X X X 0.10 max 0.5 max 1.0 max 0.5 max 0.3 max 0.3 max 0.5 max 14.017.0 6.010.0 72 min 0.020 max 0.006 max 1.0 max
DIN 17750 NiCrl5FeF50 X X as in DIN 17742'
NiCrl5FeF55 X X as in DIN 17742
DIN 17751 NiCrl5FeF50 X as in DIN 17742
NiCrl5FeF55 X as in DIN 17742
DIN 17752 NiCrl5FeF50 X as in DIN 17742
NiCrl5FeF55 X as in DIN 17742
DIN 17753 NiCrl5FeF55 X as W DIN 17742
DIN 17754 NiCrl5FeF50 X as in DIN 17742
NiCrl5FeF55 X as in DIN 17742
1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 600

TABLE 2 : Chemical Analysis Permissible Deviations, wt %

Standard or Material Form


Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5l 6 C si n S Al Ti Al+Ti Cu Cr Ni Ni+Co Nb Co Fe

BS 3072 NA 14
BS 3073 NA 14
BS 3074 NA 14 X
BS 3075 NA 14 X
BS 3076 NA 14
CD
VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe XX +0.01 + 0.05 + 0.05 + 0.03 + 0.03 + 0.20 0.45 + 0.005 +0.2
DIN 17742 NiCrl5Fe XXX
DIN 17750 NiCrl5FeF50
NiCrl5FeF55
DIN 17751 NiCrl5FeF50 X
NiCrl5FeF55 X
DIN 17752 NiCrl5FeF50
NiCrl5FeF55
DIN 17753 NiCrl5FeF55 X
DIN 17754 NiCrl5FeF50 X
NiCrl5FeF55 X
MATERIAL TYPE INCONEL 600

TABLE 3 : Material Designations and Product Forms

Sheet/Plate Bar/Rod Tube Wire Strip Forging

Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material
Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation

BS 3072 N 14 BS 3076 NA 14 BS 3074 NA 14 BS 3075 NA 14 BS 3073 NA 14

VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe
2.4816 2.4816 2.4816 2.4816

vo DIM 17742 NiCrl5Fe DIM 17742 NiCrl5Fe DIN 17742 HiCrl5Fe DIN 17742 NiCrl5Fe DIN 17742 NiCrl5Fe DIN 17742 NiCrl5Fe
2.4816 2.4816 2.4816 2.4816 2.4816 2.4816

DIN 17750 NiCrl5FeF50 DIN 17750 MiCrl5FeF50


NiCrl5FeF55 NiCrl5FeF55
DIN 17751 NiCrl5FeF50
NiCrl5FeF55

DIM 17752 NiCrl5FeF50


MiCrl5FeF55

DIN 17753 NiCrl5FeF55

DIN 17754 NiCrl5FeF50


NiCrl5FeF55
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 600

TABLE 4 Heat Treatment

Standard or Material Thickness Forra Treatment


Specification Designation mm 12 34 56
BS 3072 NA 14 X Hot or cold rolled + annealed
BS 3073 NA 14 X
BS 3074 NA 14 X
Hot or cold worked + annealed
BS 3075 NA 14 X
Cold drawn + annealed
BS 3076 NA 14 X Hot or cold worked + annealed
VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe < 10 X X X X Annealed at 920 -1000C for 5<15' water, air or inert gas cooled
< 25 X X XX 30 min " " "
It* < 50 X X XX II II II II II 1 CV. II II "

O < 100 X X XX II II II II II 2 5 h " " "


< 10 X X X X Solution treated at 1080-1150 C for 5 < 20' water, air or inert gas cooled
II II II II II 7 Q e n l II II II
< 25 X X XX
Il II II II II T U II II II
< 50 X X XX
< 100 X X XX Il II II II II 1 U II II II

DIN 17742 NiCrl5FeF50 XXXXXX


DIN 17750 NiCrl5FeF50 X X
NiCrl5FeF55 X X
DIN 17751 NiCrl5FeF55 X Annealed or solution treated
DIN 17752 NiCrl5FeF50 X Il II II II

DIN 17753 NiCrl5FeF55 X Annealed


DIN 17754 NiCrl5FeF50 X Annealed or solution treated
Il II II II
NiCrl5FeF55 X
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 600
TABLE 5 : Physical Properties (Guidance Values)

Form Melting Densky Modulus of elasticity linear Thenaal Expansion Thernal Sp. ht Elect. Grain Size Hard
Standard or Material Thickness point E M / m ' at ' c a.10 6 o/m'C between 20'C and conductivity J/ Resist. ness
Specification Designation nm 1 2 3 4 56 'C /cn 3 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 900 1000 W/m'C g'c HB
20 500 mm' /m ASTM / dia

BS 3072 NA 14 8.4
BS 3073 NA 14 >0.15 >0.25 7.5 / 0.027 168 *
Deep Drawing >0.25 >0.15 6 / 0.045 168 *
Quality Strip >0.5 >3.0 4 / 0.090 168 *
BS 3074 NA 14
BS 3075 NA 14
BS 3076 NAH

VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe

DIR 17750 NiCrl5FeF50 185


NiCrl5FeF55 0.2>2.5 195
NiCrl5FeF50 50 max. 185
NiCrl5FeF55 0.37>5.0 195
DIN 17742 NiCrl5FeF50 0.5 > 5
DIN 17751 NiCrl5FeF50 0.5 > 5 185
NiCrl5FeF55 0.5 > 5 195
DIN 17752 NiCrl5FeF50 < 100 185
NiCrl5FeF55 < 160 195
DIN 17753 NiCrl5FeF55
I 17754 NiCrl5FeF50 < 20000 185
NiCrl5FeF55 < 20000 195

wall t h i c k n e s s given a s Hv
MATERIAL TYPE :INCONEL 600
TABLE 6 : Short-Time Mechanical Properties at RT (Minimum Values)
nici T o s i l e Properties ( I / m ' ) Dcngatiaa (t) Iipact tnenjy
fifainnjiTn t v Satinai Po 1 KSS r
O U I i l U U V UI> I
Specificaiei Dutatioo 12 3 4 5 *j0.2 1 J/a'
ja.0 li
1 t

BS 1072 A 14 Cf t 0.250.5 550 30


KA 14 Cl f 0.54 240 265 550 30
HA 14 Bl aU 240 560 30
XA 14 B l t A all 240 265 550 30
BS 3073 HA 14 CI U 0.2520.5 550 30
HA 14 C i n >0.E4.0 240 265 550 30
BS 3074 HA 14 c i n X <115 240 265 550 30
HA 14 Bl X 125 205 230 550 35
HA 14 Bl x >125 170 195 520 35
HA 14 B i n x <125 205 230 550 35
XA 14 Bl t A X >125 170 135 520 35
BS 3075 HA 14 CD X <3.2 dia 650
KA 14 CD X >3.2>10.0 770
HA 14 c o n X < 0.45 550 20
HA 14 c o n x >0.45<10 550 25
to BS 3076 HA 14 CI < 12.5 620 830 7
HA 14 CI >12.5<25 585 760 10
HA 14 CI >25<55.0 550 720 12
HA 14 CI all 240 265 550 30
HA 14 E i n all 240 265 550 30
VT 305 HiCrl5fe A XX 200 550750* 30 200 150*
HiCrl5Fe S! X X 180 5OO700* 35
DM 17742 iiCrliFe XXX 120*
DIN 17750 HiCrl5FeF55 A 0.2<2.5 200 230 550 30
HiCrl5FeF50 ST 50 tax 180 210 500 35
HCrl5FeF55 A 0.3< 50 200 230 550 30
DIN 17751 HCrl5FeF50 ST X 0.5 5 180 210 500 35
HiCrl5PeP55 A x 0.5 < 5 200 230 550 30
DIH 17752 HiCrl5PeF50 ST < 100 180 210 500 35
HiCrl5FeP55 A < 160 200 230 550 30
DIN 17753 HiCrl5FeF55 A x 3<8 600 30
KCrl5FeF55 A X 0.83 600 30
HiCrl5FeF55 A X 0.3 0.8 600 15
HiCrl5FeF55 A X 0.1 0.3 600 10
DIH 17754 NiCrl5FeF50 ST < 20000 180 500 30
NiCrl5FeF55 A X> 20000 200 550 30

Acceptance ranae Mean values


MATERIAL TYPE INCONEL 600

TABLE 7 : ShortTime Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (Rpo.2 N/112 ) (Minimum Values)

I 1
Tem e r a t ure c ' ' ' '
Standard or Haterial Thickness Form
Specification Designation mm 1 2 3 4 5 6 100 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700

BS 3073 NA 14 CW+A / HW + A X 190 175 170 170 165 165 160

BS 3074 HA 14 CW + A X 190 175 170 170 165 165 160


NA 14 HW + A (< 125) X 160 150 145 145 140 140 135
NA 14 HW + A (> 125) X 135 125 120 120 120 115 115

BS 3076 NA14CW + A / H W + A X 190 175 170 170 165 165 160

VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe A X X X X 180 165 155 150 145


NiCrl5Fe ST X X X X 170 160 150 150 145

DIN 17742 HiCrl5Fe XXXXXX


17751 NiCrl5Fe X
17752 NiCrl5Fe X
17753 NiCrl5Fe X
17754 NiCrl5Fe X
MATERIAL TYPE INCONEL 600

TABLE 8 : Short-Time Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (Rpi.o N/112 ) (Minimum Values)

1
Tempt3 ra ture C
Standard or Material Thickness F( [)
Specification Designation mm 12 3 45 6 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700

BS 3073 NA 14 CW+A / HW + A X 215 200 195 190 185 185 180

BS 3074 NA 14 CW + A X 215 200 195 190 185 185 180


NA 14 m + A (< 125) X 185 175 170 165 160 160 155
NA 14 HW + A (> 125) X 155 145 145 140 140 135 130
it*

BS 3076 NA 14 CW + A /HW + A X 215 200 195 190 185 185 180

VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe X X X X

DIN 17742 NiCrl5Fe X XX X X X


17751 NiCrl5Fe X
17752 NiCrl5Fe X
17753 NiCrl5Fe X
17754 NiCrl5Fe X
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 600

TABLE 9 : ShortTime Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (R m N/mm 2 ) (Minimum Values)

Te m e r a t u r e
Standard or Material I'OlKl
Specification Designation 12 3 4 56 100 200 300 400 450 600 800 1000

BS 3072 NA 14 X
3073 NA 14 X

BS 3074 NA 14 X
3075 NA 14
3076 NA 14

VdTV 305 NiCrl5Fe A X X X X 520 500 485 480 475


ST X X X X 480 460 445 440 435

DIN 17742 NiCrl5Fe XXX X X X


17751 NiCrl5Fe X
17752 NiCrlFe X
17753 NiCrl5Fe X
17754 NiCrl5Fe X
WMM^MM^^MM^^i
MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 1 : Chemical Analysis, wt%

1 I

Standard or Material f ni
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 56 c Si Mn S Al Ti Al+Ti Cu Cr Ni Ni+Co Co Fe

BS 3076 NA 20 0.04-0.10 1.0 max 1.0 max 0.015 max 0.04-0.10 1.8-2.7 - 0.2 max 18.0-21.0 bai 0.008 max 2.0 nax 1.5 nax

HF A 35-579 NC20TA 0.10 max 1.0 max 1.0 max 0.015 max 1.0 - 1.8 1.8-2.7 18 - 21 bai 0.030 max 2.0 max 3.0 nax
io
DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl X X 0.04-0.10 1.0 max 1.0 max 1.0 - 1.8 1.8-2.7 0.2 max 18 - 21 65 min 0.008 max 1.5 nax

DIM 17240 NiCr20TiAl 0.10 max 1.0 max 1.0 max 0.015 max 1.0 - 1.8 1.8-2.7 18 - 21 bai 65 min 0.030 max 0.008 max 2.0 nax 3.0 nax

WL 2.4631 Ent 2.4631 X X 0.04-0.10 1.0 max 1.0 max 0.015 max 1.0 - 1.8 1.8-2.7 0.2 max 18 -21 bai 0.008 max 2.0 nax 1.5 nax
MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 2 : C h e m i c a l Analysis - Permissible Deviations, wt%

Fc II
Standard or Haterial
c Si S Al Ti Al+Ti Cu Cr Ni Ni+ Co Co
en Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6
o

BS 3076 tIA 20 X

HC20TA X + 0.01 + 0.05 + 0.03 0.005 0.20


NF A 35-579

DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl X X X XXX


DIN 17240 NiCr20TiAl X i 0.01 0.05 + 0.04 + 0.005 + 0.20 (D
WL 2.4631 Ent 2.4631 X X X X

(1) To be agreed upon at time of ordering


MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 3 : Material Designations and Product Forms

Sheet/Plate Bar/Rod Strip Wire Tube Forging

Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material
Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation

BS 3076 M 20

NF A 35-579 NC20TA

DIN 17742 NiCr20Til DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl

DIN 17420 NiCr20TiAl

WL 2.4631 2.4631 WL 2.4631 2.4631 WL 2.4631 2.4631 WL 2.4631 2.4631


MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 4 : H e a t Treatment

Standard or Material Thickness Form


Specification Description mm Treatment

BS 3076 NA 20 For high-temperature bolts : solution treated at 1080C / <8h / Cooled in suitable medium
NA 20 : precipitation hardened at 850C / 24h / air cool + 700C/< 16h

NF A 35-579 NC20TA <40 1000-1050C / water quenched / tempered at 690-710C / 16h

DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl

DIN 17240 NiCr20TiAl Solution annealed 1050-1080C/ 8h / air cooled + precipitation hardened at 840-860C/24h/
air cool + treatment at 690-710C / 16h / air cool

WL 2.4631 Teil 1 2.4631.1 Solution annealed at 1100-1150C / 1 - 10 min / air or water cooled
ENT Teil 1 2.4631.7 Solution annealed at 1100-1150C / 1 - 10 min / air or water cooled + precipitation hardened
at 740-760C / 4h / air cooled
Teil 2 2.4631.1 Solution annealed at 1070-1090C / l-8h / air cooled
Teil 2 2.4631.7 Solution annealed at 1070-1090C / l-8h / air cooled + precipitation hardened at 690-710C/
16h / air cooled

Teil 100 2.4631.7


MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 5 : P h y s i c a l Properties

Standard or Material Density Electrical Grain Hardness


Specification Designation Form o Conductivity Size
1 2 3 4 5 6 g/cm3 MS/ra HB

BS 3076 NA 20 X

NF A 35579 NC20TA (indicative) X 8.2

DIN 17240 NiCr20TiAl X 8.2


DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl X X X X XX 8.2

WL 24631 Teil 1 2.4631 ST X X ) 243 max


(Ent) Teil 1 2.4631 ST + PT X X ) 270
Teil 2 2.4631 ST X X ) 8.2 269 max
in Teil 2 2.4631 ST + PT X X ) <4 270
Teil 100 2.4631 ST + PT X X X X 0.805

given as Vickers Hardness

Linear Thermal E xpansion Specific Modulus of E lasticity Thermal Conductivity


Standard or Material .IO 6 u/m'C between 20'C and Heat E kN/W ! a t "C H/n'C
Specification Designation 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 j600 900 1000 J/gC 20 100 200 300 400 450 500 550 600 700 800 900 1000 20 100 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
20 0800

BS 3076 NA20 ST+PT 200


i max
NF A 35579 NC20TA HQ/A 13.4 14.1 15.1 14
(indicative) i
DIN 17240 NiCr20TiAl ST+PT 11.9 12.6 13.1 13.5 13.7 14.0 14.5;15.1 460 590 216 212 208 202 196 193 189 184 179 161 130 13 12 28
DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl i
WL 24631 Teil 1 2.4631 ST ! ! 1
Ent Teil 1 2.4631 ST+PT !
l i ,
Teil 2 2.4631 ST I

Teil 100
! ' ' i 183 176 166 1
153 140 13 14 16 17 18 20 23 25 26
2.4631 ST+PT 11.1 12.5 13.2 13.7 14.lll4.515.5 15.3:i7.41B.8 430 222 217 210 204 197 191
i ' I
MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 6 : ShortTime Mechanical Properties at RT (Minimum Values)

Fo Tensile Properties ( N / ! ) Elongat ion (1) Reduction in Iiac' Charpy


Standard or Material Dimen 15 Area Vnotch
tnerqy
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 sions I Impact
) J/CB!
MD ".2 Rpl.O h 1 t 1 ! 2 J

BS 3076 NA 20 HW/CW + ST + FT 620 1000 20 > 15

NF 35579 NC 20 TA WQ/A dia< 40 900 1150 15


on 1400
DIN 17240 NiCr20TiAl ST 1 PT dia<160 600 > 1000 12 12 20
DD) 17742 NiCr20TiAl XXX XXX

thickness
HL 2.4631 2.4631.7 ST + PT 0.250.35 640 1030 15
Teil 1 0.350.45 640 1030 20
(Ent) 0.453.0 640 1030 25

HL 2.4631 2.4631.7 ST + PT X 600 1000 20


Teil 2
(Ent)

(x) : as bolts and nuts


MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 7 : ShortTime Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (R p0 .2 N/mm2)(Minimum Values)

I 1 1
; e ra t re
Standard or Material F<m 1
Specification Designation 123 4 5 6 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 800 900 1000

BS 3076 NA X

NF A 35579 NC20TA WQ/A X

DE) 17240 NiCr20TiAl ST 568 564 560 550 540 530 520 510 500 480
DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl X X XXX
X

Wl 2.4631 E nt 2.4631.7 ST + FT X X X 745 735 726 716 696 628 431 196 39
X
Teil 100

(x) as bolts and nuts


MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 9 : Short-Time Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (R_ N/mm2)(Minimum Values)

1 I
erae r a t u re "C
Standard or Material F
Specification Designation 12 3 45 6 200 250 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850

BS 3076 NA 20 X

NF A 35-579 NC20TA WQ/A X 1100 1050 900 750 600 500

DIN 17240 NiCr20TiAl X


DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl X X X

Wl 2.4631 2.4631 X X X
MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 10 : Long-Term Properties

0.2% and l%Creep L i m i t s ( R p o ^ / V T and R p i . o A / T , N/mm2 )

after 1 0 0 , 3 0 0 , 1 0 0 0 , 1 0 0 0 0 , 30000 and 100000 h o u r s ( G u i d a n c e V a l u e s ) (1/2)

% Form 100h 300h 1000h 10000h


Creep Standard or Material at at at at
Specification Designation 650I700I800I900 650I700I800I900 650|700|800|900 500 J 55016001650 j 700|750j 80018501900[95011000
Limit 'C C

BS 3076 NA 20

in NFA 35 579 NC20TA

0.2 DIN 17240 (*) NiCr20TiAl ST 533 445 343 245 157 83
1.0 17240 (*) NiCr20TiAl ST 624 523 398 275 183 106

DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl

0.2 WL 2.4631 2.4631.7 ST + PT 510 353 157 47 441 294 118 33 382 235 83 22 245 122
Teil 100 ENT

() as bolts and nuts


(*) given at 10'c intervals
MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A
TABLE 10 : Long-Term P r o p e r t i e s
and
0.2% and 1% C r e e p L i m i t s ( R p o ^ A / T 1 . / N/mm 2 )
after 30000 and 100000 h o u r s ( G u i d a n c e V a l u e s ) (2/2)

Form 30000h 100000h


Standard or Material at at
Creep Specification Designation 500 I550|600I650I700|750I800I850I900I950I1000 500 15501600 [ 65017 00 J 7 501800
Limit C

BS 3076 20
in
00
NFA 35 579 NC20TA

0.2 DIN 17240 (*) NiCr20TiAl ST + PT 494 386 278 184 110 452 330 220 128
1.0 17240 (*) NiCr20TiAl ST + PT 576 465 336 224 133 530 390 257 149

DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl

0.2 WL 2.4631 2.4631.7


Teil 100 ENT

(x) as bolts and nuts


(*j given at 10C intervals
MATERIAL TYPE: NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 11 : Long-Term Properties

Creep Rupture Strength (Rm N/mm 2 ) after 100, 300, 1000, 10000, 30000 and 100000 hours

(Guidance Values) (1/2)

Form 100h 300h 1000h lOOOOh


Standard or Material at at at at
Specification Designation 650I700I800I900 650I700I800I900 650|700|800|900 500 I550I600I650I700I750I800I850I900I950I1000
C

10 BS 3076 NA 20

NFA 35 579 NC20TA

DIN 17240 (+) NiCr20TiAl (745) 582 433 300 186 114 70
; (*)
|DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl ST + PT

WL 2.4631 2.4631.7 ST + PT 579 441 206 69 510 382 162 44 461 333 127 25 363 235 73
' Teil 100 ENT

(x) bolts and nuts


(*) given at 10'C intervals
(+) Mean values of observed scatter bands,
True values probably 201 lover.
MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A
Table 11 : Long-Term Properties
Creep Rupture Strength (R m /t, N/mm2)after 30000 and 100000 hours
(Guidance Values) (2/2)

I I I II

Standard or Material Fori at at


Specification Designation 500 1550160016 5017 0017 50180018 5019 0019501100 0 500 |550|600|650|700|750|
'C

BS 3076 NA 20
en
o NF A 35-579 NC20TA

DIN 17240 (+) NiCr20TiAl ST + PT (666) 510 360 235 133 75 43 (578) 416 272 157 75 37 20
(*)

DIN 17742 NiCr20TiAl

WL 2.4631 2.4631.7
Teil 100 ENT

(x) as bolts and nuts


(*) given a t 10'C intervals
(+) Mean values of observed scatter bands.
True values probably 20% lower.
MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A
TABLE 12 : Long Term Properties (Relaxation) (Guidance Values)
Residual Stress in N/mm2after stressing to 0.2% for 1000, 10000 and 30000 hours

i l l I 30,000h
1000 h 10,000h
Standard or Material form at at at
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 500 155(60| 65|700|750J80| 85|900| 950| 1000 500 55016001650(70017501800 j 8501900195011000 500l550|600|650|70|75|80|85|90|950|1000
'c 'c 'c
: 1 _||||
1
BS3076 ta 20 ; 1
i

;
NF A 35579 HC 20

DIN 17240 NiCr20TiAl(l)(2) !


i
Initial Strain E total
271 255 224 181 127 79 250 218 174 119 70 31 234 196 144 85 40 13
0.15% X
362 321 252 181 127 79 . 335 277 184 119 70 31 310 237 149 85 40 13
0.21 x

DIN 17742 NiCr20TiM x x x XXX I !

X

HL 2.631

( l ) a s bolts and nuts


(2! giv en at lO'C intervals
MATERIAL TYPE : NIMONIC 80A

TABLE 13 : Long-Term Properties

Creep Rupture Stress R m /t, N/mmz after 23 and 30h (Minimum Values)

>3 h 30 \1
Standard or Material I at at
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 500 550 600 650 700 750 800

en BS 3076 NA 20 X 325

WL 2.4631 2.4631.7 ST + PT XX 340


2.4631.7 ST + PT X X 340
iiili^^
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 718
TABLE 1 : Chemical Analysis, wt %

Standard or Material I'01in


Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 C Si Mn S Al Ti Mo Cu Cr Ni Nb Co Fe
en
WL 2.4668 2.4668 XXXX X 0.02 -0.08 0.35 0.35 0.015 0.30-0.70 0.70-1.15 2.80-3.30 0.20 17-21 50.0-55.0 0.002-0.006 0.015 4.80-5.50 1.0 bal
max max max max max max
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 718

TABLE 3 : Material Designation and Product Forms

Sheet/Plate Bar/Rod Strip Welding Wire Forging

Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material Standard or Material
Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation Specification Designation

WL 2.4668 2.4668 WL 2.4668 2.4668 WL 2.4668 2.4668 WL 2.4668 2.4668 WL 2.4668 2.4668
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 7 1 8

TABLE 4 : Heat Treatment

Standard or Material Form


Specification Designation Treatment

WL 2.4668 Teil 1 2.4668.1 Solution treated at 950-980'C / l/2h /air or rapid cool

Teil 1 2.4668.7 Solution treated at 950-980C / l/2h /air or rapid cool + precipitation hardened at
710-730"C / 8h /cooled at 50'C per h/610 - 630C/8h/ air cooled

Teil 2 2.4668.1 Solution treated at 950-980'C / ih / air or water cooled

Teil 2 2.4668.7 Solution treated at 950-980'C / 1n / air or water cooled + precipitation hardened
710-730"C / 8h /cooled at 50'C per h/610 - 630*C/8h/ air cooled

Teil 3 2.4668.1 Solution treated at 950 - 980C / Ih / air cooled

Beiblatt 1 2.4668
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 718

TABLE 5 : Physical Properties

Standard or Material Density Electrical Grain Hardness


Specification Designation I'orra S Conductivity Size Hvi
1 2 3 4 5 6 g/cnP MS/m

WL 2.4668 Teil 1 2.4668 XX 8.2 0.8 < 4 <240 <260 <360


Teil 2 2.4668 X X 8.2 0.8 < 4 <277 <331 <331
Teil 3 X

: depending on probe direction

Standard or Material
Specification Designation Temperature Dependent Properties

Test Temperature c" RT 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000

Modulus of Elasticity E kN/mm! 199 195 190 185 179 174 167 163 149 134

Coefficient of linear tt.106


Thermal Expansion between 12.8 13.4 13.8 14.1 14.3 14.7 15.6 16.4 17.2
WL 2.4668 2.4668 RT and Test Temperature m 'C
Beiblatt 1
J
Specific Heat Capacity 440 450 470 500 520 530 560 630 640 650
kg 'C


Thermal Conductivity 13 13 14 15 17 19 21 23 25 27
m 'C
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 718

TABLE 6 : Short-Time Mechanical Properties at RT

Fot Tensile Properties ( N/mm2 ) Elongation {%) Impact


Standard or Material Tic Energy
")
Specification Designation 12345 R R ajj J/cm 2
p0.2 pl.O
1 t 1 q 1 t 1 2

WL 2.4668 Teil 1 2.4668 ft XX 620max 1030 30


2.4668 PT XX 1040 1240 12

Teil 2 2.4668 PT X { 1040 1040 1270 1240 11 5

Teil 3 2.4668 X
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 718

TABLE 7 : Short-Time Tensile Properties at Elevated Temperature (Rp0 2 N /mm 2 )

(Typical Values)

I III I 1
' "
Standard or Material Form Temperature C
^1
Specification Designation 12 3 4 5 6 100 200 300
o 400 500 600 700 800

WL 2.4668 2.4668 1040 1020 1000 980 950 870 640


(Beiblatt 1)
MATERIAL TYPE : INCONEL 718
TABLES 10 and 11 : Long-Term Properties N/mm2 (Mean Values)
0.2% and 1 % Creep Limits and Creep Rupture Strength

100 h 300 h 1000 h 10,000 h


Standard or Material "orm at at at at
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 600 |650 |700 |750 600 |650 1 700| 750 600] 650l700|750 600 |650l700|750
C C C C

R
p0.2

WL 2.4668 2.4fJ68 X X X X X 760 610 460 720 560 380 670 520 340 580 350 140
Beiblatt 1

R
pl.O

WL 2.4668 2.4568 X X X X X 820 660 500 760 600 430 720 560 360 620 400 180
Beiblatt 1

WL 2.4668 2.4668 XXXX X 860 710 530 290 800 640 470 240 750 590 390 170 650 440 220
Beiblatt 1
HASTELLOY mm
MATERIAL TYPE : HASTELLOY C-276

TABLE 1 : Chemical Analysis, wt%

Standard or Material ]
Specification Designation 12 34 56 C Si Mn S Fe Ko V Cr Hi HiKo Hb Co

NF A 54-401 Hi-Hol6Crl5C X X 0.08 nax 1.0 nax 1.0 max 0.030 max 4 . 0 - 7 . 0 3.0-4.5 15-17 0 -0.35 14.5-16.5 bal 0.040 nax 2.50nax

Ni-Hol6Crl5 X X 0.02 aax 0.05 nax 1.0 max 0.030 nax 4.0 - 7.0 3.0-4.5 15-17 0 -0.35 14.5-16.5 bal 0.030 nax 2.50iax
MATERIAL TYPE : HASTELLOY C-276

TABLE 3 : Material Designations and Product Forms

Sheet/Plate Bar/Rod
-o
Standard or Material Standard or Material
Specification Designation Specification Designation

NF A 54-401 Ni-Mol6Crl5C NF A 54-401 Ni-Mol6Crl5


MATERIAL TYPE : HASTELLOY C-276

TABLE 4 Heat Treatment

Form
Standard or Material T r e a t m e n t
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6

NF A 54-401 Ni-Mol6Crl5C X Solution treated at 1210 10C / air or water cooled


Ni-Mol6Crl5 X Solution treated at 1150 10C / air or water cooled
MATERIAL TYPE : HASTELLOY C276
TABLE 5 : Physical Properties

I 1 1 Ibernai Sp. bt Elect. Grain Size Bard


Melting Density Modulus of E lasticity Linear Thermal E xpansion
1 ,10 6
/n'C between 20'C and conductivity J/q'c Resist. ness
Standard or Material Thickness Fc rn point i E Bf/m at "C 0
0 AST HB
'C g/cn 20 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
3 1000 H/ii'C
Specification Diameter
20 500
Designation DD 1 2 34 5 6
co < 3 un 3.0 239
BF A 54401 HiKol6Crl5C <4.76 X > 3 nui 1.5 239
<4.76 X 255
4.7620 X
HiHol6Crl5 <40 X
40100 X
.

: given as HRc
MATERIAL TYPE : HASTELLOY C-276

TABLE 6 : Short-Time Mechanical Properties at RT (Minimum Values)

]'Olon Tensile Properties ( N/mra2 ) Elongation (%) Impact


Standard or Material
5 Energy
Specification Designation 1 2 3 4 5 6 Thicknes;; Rp0.2 R
pl.O h ajj J/cra2
Diam.mm. 1 1 2
NF A 54-401 Ni-Hol6Crl5C ST X < 4.76 350 800 40
Ni-Mol6Crl5C ST X 4.76-20 315 700 30

Ni-Hol6Crl5 ST X <40 320 800 35


Hi-Hol6Crl5 ST X 40 - 100 320 700 30
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