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  1. a36 steel low temperature limits PDF -- Shanghai Katalor

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  2. Strength & Properties of ASTM A36 Steel at -40F - ASTM ...

    Apr 26, 2007 · Thanks for the info. Where can I find the toughness of A283-C, A36 and other low carbon steel toughness at low temperatures (i.e. at -40F) thanks.

    Inconsistent notch toughness on thicker plate sections.
    Please elaborate. The situation is: I have a fabricator who is supposed to U stamp an aqua ammonia tank which is specified at -40F ambient temperature operations. There is no doubt I will reject the design. I understand that ASTM AS36 is OK down to -20F but I don't know how bad it is at -40F with shell thickness 3/8" and heads thickness 5/16" Thanks for further explanation.
    SamCheung, What is the design MDMT of the tank? What are the rated MDMT of the shell and head?
    Sam... Metengr gave you the correct answer....you just do not understand it. Do you know what these terms mean ? Where is your tank located ? Has that area ever experienced -40F ? API-650 contains a section about the selection of materials based on the geographic area. Materials are grouped base on thier notch-toughness. Are you aware of the fact that tank shell temperature never mimic the instantaeuos air temperatures ? Is this the first tank material you have ever evalated ? -MJC
    Thanks for responding. Vender: 110F; MDMT: -20F At 25 PSI Specified: 110F; MDMT: -40F at 30 PSI My main concern is how bad is it from -20F to -40F if the tank were put into service. What will be the result and any documentation or real experience to put the tank in prolong period of -40F ambient temperature operation.
    SamCheung; You need to Review ASME B&PV Code, Section VIII, Div 1, Part UCS. There are materials listed, and impact curves, and material that is not permitted. You need to familiarize your self with Section VIII for pressure retaining items.
    @ MJCronin, 1. You are right I have no idea at all. Can you explain in real layman terms. 2. The tank will experience -40F. 3. What is the notch toughness at -20F and what is the notch toughness at -40F for SA36? Why notch toughness at -40F is not acceptable? Thanks for any further elaboration.
    @ metengr, I have 2 copies of ASME besides me. I read the ASME 2 days ago. I am a bit dum, but that does not address my question how bad it is at -40F or what is bad about the SA36 at -40F. Will you please elaborate? Thanks
    @mentengr, How thick is thick? > 0.394" on CD curves? That was for impact testing exemption, right?
    SamCheung; A36 is typically not used as pressure retaining material for low temperature service, for the reason I stated above in my first response. ASME Sa 36 is permitted under strict limitations. You are not dumb, you just don't have the experience to understand Code rules. Please review the specific sections below; ASME Section VIII, Div 1, Part UCS UCS-6 Steel Plates . Your answer is there for using A 36 plate in a pressure vessel service. UCS-65 and UCS-66.
    Low Temperature Structural SteelJul 26, 2010
    Requirements for Impact testing A36 or A992 at -40¦C ...Dec 12, 2007
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    U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC03 ...

    However, in the lower alloy grades (5-6Ni steels) a two. 9Ni steel a single temper at a relatively low temperature within the two phase region is austenite (7) along the lath boundaries of the parent martensite, disrupting the packet. In of the phase diagram.

  4. Grade Guide: A36 Steel | Metal Supermarkets - Steel ...

    • Chemical Composition
    • Designation
    • Other Mechanical Properties
    • How A36 Is Made
    • Common Uses of A36
    • A36 is a low carbon steel. Low carbon steels are classified by having less than 0.3% carbon by weight. This allows A36 steel to be easily machined, welded, and formed, making it extremely useful as a general-purpose steel. The low carbon also prevents heat treatment from having much of an effect on A36 steel. A36 steel usually has small amounts of other alloying elements as well, including manganese, sulfur, phosphorus, and silicon. These alloying elements are added to give A36 steel its desi...
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    Carbon Steel Handbook - OLI Systems

    Low Alloy Steel Handbook (1011534) and The Grades 11 and 12 Low Alloy Steel Handbook (1013358). Approach This series is being developed for several major component materials used in fossil power production. In each section of these reports, the project team has presented information in a succinct manner, with references to

  6. A36 at high temperature - Material Selection and Properties

    Jan 08, 2011 · A36 at high temperature My company is considering using ASTM A36 plate for in an application where temperatures between 1000 - 1100 F are normal (engine exhaust). Our competitors, we are told, use "carbon steel" so we are looking into the issue.

  7. ASTM A36 Mild/Low Carbon Steel - Materials Engineering

    • Topics Covered
    • Introduction
    • Machining
    • Welding
    • Heat Treatment
    • Applications
    • Introduction Chemical Composition Physical Properties Mechanical Properties Machining Welding Heat Treatment Applications
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    Datasheet for Steel Grades Carbon Steel ASTM A36

    This page is mainly introduced the ASTM A36 Datasheet, including chemical information,mechanical properties, physical properties, mechanical properties, heat treatment, and Micro structure, etc. It also contains the use of ASTM A36,such as it is commonly used in bars, sheet,plates, steel coils, steel pipes,forged and other materials application.

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    A1043 steelcovers two grades of rolled structural steel plates and shapes with low yield to tensile ratio (0.80) for use in building framing and other structural purposes. Maximum car-bon equivalents are included to enhance weldability: 0.37% for Grade 36 and 0.45 for Grade 50, up to 2 in. thick, and 0.47 for Grade 50 in greater thicknesses.

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