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Grade D Low and Intermediate Tensile Strength Carbon Steel Plates ASTM A500 (Grades B & C) A 516 Gr. 65 - BEBON steelA 516 Gr. 65 steel plates is characterised by a minimum yield strength of 220 - 295 MPa and by good weldability,so A 516 Gr. 65 steel is mainly used to for manufacturing boilers, pressure vessels and pipes transporting hot liquids.the following are ASTM A 516 Gr. 65 steel plate's Chemical composition and mechanical properties.

A709 Structural, Carbon & HSLA Steel Plate - Chapel Steel

ASTM A709. A high-strength, low-alloy structural steel plate utilized primarily in the manufacture of bridges. Chapel Steel stocks A709 Grade 36, A709 Grade 50 and A709 Grade 50W. These grades are often specified with Charpy tests referencing the specific zone or lowest anticipated service temperature. A871-65 & A572-65 Plate & Sheet Central Steel ServiceASTM A572-65 / A871-65 steel plate and sheet is commonly used for transmission and lighting poles. For Galvanized Structures. ASTM A572-65, 05 MAX SILICON; CVN 15 ft/lbs. AT -20° F; Standard Application:Transmission and Lighting Poles; For Self-Weathering Structures:ASTM A871-65; CVN 15 ASTM A572 - SSABASTM A572 includes five grades with specified minimum yield strengths of 42, 50, 55, 60, and 65 ksi, respectively. For applications where notch toughness is important, consult SSAB for specific Charpy V-notch toughness requirements. ASTM A572 grades are used in a wide variety of structural applications in many market segments.

ASTM A572 Gr42 steel plate Equivalent material steel plate

ASTM A572 Gr42 steel plate Chemical composition(%) C0.21 Si0.4 Mn1.35 P0.04 S0.05 Nb:0.005-0.05 V:0.01-0.15. ASTM A572 Gr42 steel plate Mechanical properties. Yield strength Ksi(Mpa):50(345) Tensile strength Ks(Mpa):65(450) Elongation%:21. MOQ:1 PC. Product type :Steel plate. Delivery time :Promptly ( Stock) or 10-40 days (Production) Astm A572 Steel Sheet Plate Grades 42,50,55,60,65 ASTM A572-50 plate has a higher yield and tensile strength than A36 plate, combined with a lower weight. A572-50 plate is ductile and easy to form. It can be successfully machined with the appropriate techniques and is easy to weld. It is a high strength low alloy (HSLA) columbium-vanadium steel and is available in grades 42, 55, 60 and 65. Effect of temperature on creep in ASTM A572 high A618, ASTM A992, ASTM A316Ti, A36, AS A149, and SS41 steels and there is no creep data specic to ASTM A572 steel [611]. To develop such creep data for re resistance analysis of structural members [12, 13], this paper presents results from high temperature creep on HSLA ASTM A572 Gr 50 steel at various temperature and stress levels.

OF A572 - Lehigh University

higher strength such as those covered by ASTM AS72. The grade with a yield strength of 65 ksi has the highest strength in the range of steels covered by this standard. ~ Hence, a new project entitled "Plastic Design in A572 (Grade 65) Steel" was sponsored in early 1967 by the American Institute of Steel Construction with a view towards extending Selecting Filler Metals:Matching Strength CriteriaA572 Gr. 65 A913 Gr. 60 65 min. (450) 80 min. (550) 60 min. (415) 75 min. (520) Tensile, ksi (MPa) Yield Strength Weld is 3 ksi (20 MPa) greater Weld is equivalent Weld is 8 ksi (55 MPa) greater Weld is 5 ksi (30 MPa) greater Tensile Strength A common misuse of tables of matching filler metals occurs when other options are never considered Steel grades according to American standards - A36, Grade 50S 345-450 [50-65] 450 [65] 0.85 18 21 A913 - 04 Grade 50 345 [50] 450 [65] 0.85 18 21 21 [70] 54 [40] Grade 65 450 [65] 550 [80] 15 17 21 [70] 54 [40] A992 - 04a A992 345-450 [50-65] 450 [65] 0.85 18 21 Standards Grades Yield strength Re MPa [ksi] Tensile strength Rm Ratio Re / Rm Minimum elongation


Design in A572 (Grade 65) ·Steel" was sponsored in early 1967 by the American Institute of Steel Construction with a view towards extending plastic design techniques to include st~els with a yield strength of 65 ksi. A comprehensive progr~mwas proposa which included study of mechanical properties, stub columns, beams, etc., details of which are,