fication, shall apply to steel castings for pressure-containing Specification A and SI units for material ordered to parts under each of the following ASTM. Q: A customer has asked whether we can supply carbon and alloy steel valve bodies meeting Supplemental Requirement S23 in ASTM A What is the. ASTM A/AM: Standard Specification for Steel Castings, General Requirements, for Pressure- Containing Parts.
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A complex casting with relatively thin walls may experience slower cooling rates than a simple casting with the same wall thickness because the complex casting will lose heat through the mold less effectively.
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For example, air-set sand is known to inherently produce molds that cool slower than green-sand molds. New Washer Application Search Tool.
Supplemental Requirement S23 in ASTM A
Stainless Steel, for Pressure-Containing Parts. Heats with severity levels 4 and lower are acceptable. A cross-section of the heaviest section of a sacrificial casting A coupon attached to the heaviest section A coupon removed from directly under a riser or A coupon from the same 7a03 of material removed from a separately aztm test block with a thickness representative of the heaviest section of the casting.
ViewIn Technology for Mechanical Seals. Chemical Production Continues to Edge Lo. It has also been found thathigher levels of phosphorus, sulfur,boron, molybdenum and copper inhibitaluminum nitride embrittlement. Certain elements are known to inhibit the formationof aluminum nitride.
Therefore, the nitrogen content of the steel is often not known or reported, and it is possible that enough nitrogen is present to form aluminum nitride. The material shall conform to the specified chemical composition asgm. The specifications for the common cast steels used in valve bodies do not require analysis or reporting of nitrogen as a standard requirement.
The thickness of the casting orportion of the casting is an obviousfactor influencing whether embrittlementoccurs, since thicker casting sectionswill cool more slowly through thecritical temperature range than thinsections. When steel is melted, oxygen and nitrogen can be dissolved in the molten steel. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.
When the metal is poured into the casting mold, the oxygen can come out of the solution and form gas porosity in the castings.
Most foundries have the equipment necessary to analyze and report aluminum content.
After machining, each casting shall be tested under specified hydrostatic shell test pressures in the applicable steel rating for which the casting is designed.
Steel Castings, Martensitic Stainless and Alloy, for. The casting configuration can also influence the cooling rate. Steel Castings, Ferritic and Martensitic, for Pressure.
Castings, Iron-Nickel-Chromium and Nickel. The resulting etched specimen is compared with 10 reference macrographs. The values stated in each system may not be exact equivalents; therefore, each system shall be used independently of the other.
These are provided for use when additional testing or aztm is desired and apply only when specified individually by the purchaser in the order.
Variables That Influence Embrittlement There are a number of variables that influence the potential for this type of embrittlement: The mechanical test methods and definitions are presented in details.
Emerson to Automate Sonatrach Gas Processing. If fracture occurs, it has a rock-candy appearance due to fracture along the prior austenite grain boundaries. In order to avoid castings with excessive gas porosity, the foundry may add deoxidizing elements to the melt. Ferritic and martensitic steel shall be cooled after pouring to provide substantially complete transformation of austenite prior to heat treatment to enhance mechanical properties.
Electric Actuator Commissioning Post: The steel shall be made by open-hearth or electric-furnace process, with or without separate refining such as argon-oxygen-decarburization AODunless otherwise designated by the individual specification. Test coupons shall be cast from the same heat as the castings represented, except that for investment castings, the test coupons shall be cast in the same type of mold as the castings.
One tension test shall be made from each heat, and shall conform to the tensile requirements specified.
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