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Han db o o k o f Comparative World Steel Standards Thi r d Edi t i on John E Br i ngas, Edi t or ASTM AFNOR API BSI CEN CSA DIN ISO JIS SAE DS67B Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards ASTM DS67B Third Edition John E Bringas, Editor ii Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data nd Handbook of comparative world steel standards / John E Bringas, editor – ed p.cm – (ASTM data series; DS 67A) “ASTM stock number: DS67A.” ISBN 0-8031-3042-2 Steel — Standards —Handbooks, manuals, etc., Steel alloys — Standards — Handbooks, manuals, etc I Bringas, John E., 1953- II ASTM data series publication; DS 67A TA472.H25 2002 620.1’7’0218—dc21 2001045950 CIP Copyright  2004 ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA All rights reserved This material may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, in any printed, mechanical electronic, film, or other distribution and storage media, without the written consent of the publisher Photocopy Rights Authorization to photocopy items for internal, personal, or educational classroom use, or the internal personal, or education classroom use of specific clients, is granted by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM International) provided that the appropriate fee is paid to the Copyright Clearance Center, 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA 01923; Tel: 978-750-8400; online: http://www.copyright.com/ Printed in USA August 2004 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards iii Acknowledgements The author gratefully acknowledges the assistance of Michael Ling, P.Eng and Denise Lamy, P.Eng., who were the Assistant Editors of the second (DS67A) and third (DS67B) editions of this handbook They worked many long hours, weekends, and holidays to researching hundreds of standards and double-checking thousands of pieces of data Their work in compiling the heat treatment terms for each standard and researching the new EN piping and tubing standards was of particular importance They were also my main sounding boards when difficult technical decisions had to be made There were also several ASTM committee members contacted for their input during the progress of this handbook, including Ralph Davison, Frank Christensen, David Knupp, and John Mahaney They added valuable insights into the history and technical aspects of the ASTM standards data found in this handbook The ASTM publishing staff—including Kathy Dernoga, Roberta Storer and Margie Lawlor—was most supportive of my requests to obtain access to the hundreds of standards needed to write this book and assistance with editing I appreciate their patience and confidence in me to complete the work Thank you all The author also acknowledges the dedicated assistance of Steven Li and Nina Phan who assisted in the research and entered much of the data in the book with care and diligence A special thank you to Christine Doyle who entered data almost endlessly into the late hours of the night for the second edition (DS67A), and to Debbie Knack–who kept the office running smoothly during the production of this handbook A special thanks is extended to IHS Engineering Products for use of their Engineering Resource Center (ERC) One person could not have produced this handbook and the accompanying e-book It took a dedicated team of professionals These acknowledgments cannot adequately express the author’s sincere appreciation and gratitude for everyone’s assistance Without it, this book would never have been completed Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards v Preface This is the book I never wanted to write, but always wanted to own As a metallurgical engineer and long time user of steel standards, author of the four CASTI Metals Data Books, and member of ASTM A01 and B02 standard committees, I knew all too well the many pitfalls and challenges of writing such a handbook There were many steel standards from around the world that were new to me, which created far too many surprises and delays in completing this book Comparing steel standards is not an exact science, so the biggest challenge of preparing such a book was deciding on the "rules of comparison." Of the similar books on the market today, none explain in detail why one steel is comparable to another They simply appear together in a list of steels I kept a daily diary to help construct a workable set of comparison rules that I could share with other users to assist them in understanding how and why one steel is comparable to another To say the least, these rules changed from chapter to chapter while the book was being written It wasn't until the last chapter and appendix were completed that I was able to finalize the rules of comparison In the end, a complete review of the book was performed resulting in the reorganization of some chapters and the fine-tuning of others There were too many occasions when I thought the book was finished, only to have to change, add, or delete a rule which made yet another review of the book necessary After more than two years of researching steel standards and gathering data from around the world for the 2nd and 3rd editions of this handbook, then developing a comparison order to more than 100,000 pieces of data, this handbook is an ongoing and expanding project The addition of a fully searchable e-book on CD-ROM makes this product even more valuable, since trying to find one piece of data in more than 100,000 is not an easy task The e-book makes searching for a comparable steel a quick and easy process In some cases, the user may find out that the steel is non-comparable I hope you enjoy using this handbook as much as I will Tie a chain to it and anchor it to your desk, because once others see it, they'll want to use your copy I am interested in your comments and suggestions to improve this handbook, so I encourage you to send your feedback directly to ASTM John E Bringas, P.Eng Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards vi Getting Started With This Book Comparing steel standards is not an exact science and there is no foolproof method When you begin to use this book, you'll quickly discover that there is no such thing as "equivalent" steel standards Then, consider the fact that not all steels have comparative counterparts and you'll begin to understand the methodology used in this book Before proceeding directly to the contents of this book, it is strongly recommended that you read Chapter 1, which includes a detailed explanation of the "rules of comparison" used in this book Since there was insufficient space on one page to place both the chemical composition and mechanical properties tables, they were split into two separate tables To assist the user in keeping track of which comparison criteria were used for a given steel, each table within a chapter was sequentially numbered and appended with either the letter A or B Table numbers ending in the letter A designate that the table was the main criterion used for comparison; whereas table numbers ending with the letter B were "mirrored" from the A table Each group of steel data in the tables is separated by two types of horizontal lines: black and grey Black lines separate groups of steels that are more closely comparable to each other, whereas grey lines separate steel data within a comparative group Caution: not confuse the thinner dividing black line within a table, with the thicker black line that borders the outside of the table The pages are formatted to keep comparative groups together as much as possible However, when a group of comparative steels extends to more than one page, a note is place at the bottom of the page to indicate that the comparative group continues on the following page, i.e., NOTE: This section continues on the next page Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards vii Getting Started With This CD-ROM Minimum System Requirements - Intel Pentium processor - Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, Millennium Edition, Windows NT 4.0 (SP 6), 2000 (SP 2), XP Professional or XP Home Edition - 32 MB RAM and 640 x 480 video resolution (higher resolution will improve readability) - 60 MB hard disk space Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader In order to view the E-book of Comparative World Steel Standards you must have PDF viewing software (such as Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader) installed prior to running the CD-ROM If you already have PDF viewing software installed, insert the CD-ROM into your CD drive and click the “View E-book” button in the software menu to open the E-book If you need to install Adobe Reader, please visit the Adobe website at www.adobe.com to download and install the latest version of the software The Adobe website has detailed information regarding Adobe software and its minimum system requirements Please review the pertinent information regarding Adobe software before download and installation Getting Started The E-book of Comparative World Steel Standards on CD-ROM is a fully searchable Adobe PDF file Once the E-book is opened, a menu will appear with several options to navigate and search through the E-book This menu contains links to the Table of Contents, all four Indexes, and to the Search function Listings in the Table of Contents of the E-book are linked to their respective pages so that users may click on these listings to navigate directly to the desired page Starting the search tool can be done by clicking on the Search link in the main menu or by clicking on the Search button on the Acrobat/Reader tool bar Please be aware that in some versions of Acrobat/Reader there is a Find tool and a Search tool In general, the Search tool is a more powerful searching function For more assistance with using Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader, click on the Help menu within the Adobe software Troubleshooting If the main menu does not appear on your screen after the CD-ROM is inserted in your computer, the CD-ROM startup Autostart function for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000 is not setup Please consult your OS manual for instructions to enable the Autostart function Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards ix Table of Contents Introduction to Comparing World Steel Standards Myth and Methodology When Comparing Steel Standards Comparative and Closest Match Organization Definition and Steel Terms Cautionary Note Questions Regarding the Rules of Comparison Non-Comparable Steels Criteria for Comparing Steels List of Comparison Rules 10 Brief Introduction to Steel Standards and Designation Systems 12 ASTM Designation System 12 ASTM Reference Standards and Supplementary Requirements 13 SAE Designation System and Discontinued AISI Designation System 14 Carbon and Alloy Steels 14 UNS Designation System 15 Canadian Standards Association (CSA) 16 Introduction to European Standard Steel Designation System 17 EN 10027 Standard Designation System for Steels 18 Steel Names 18 Steel Numbers 18 Former National Standards Replaced by CEN Standards 19 Carbon and Alloy Steels for General Use 21 2.1 Chemical Composition of Carbon Steels for General Use 23 2.2 Chemical Composition of High Manganese Carbon Steels for General Use 34 2.3 Chemical Composition of Alloy Steels for General Use 35 2.3.1 Chromium (Cr) Steels 35 2.3.2 Chromium-Molybdenum (Cr-Mo) Steels 37 2.3.3 Chromium-Nickel (Cr-Ni) Steels 38 2.3.4 Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum (Ni-Cr-Mo) Steels 39 2.3.5 Chromium-Molybdenum-Aluminum (Cr-Mo-Al) Steels 40 2.3.6 Boron (B) Steels 41 2.3.7 Chromium-Vanadium (Cr-V) Steels 42 2.4 Non-Comparable Carbon and Alloy Steels for General Use 43 Structural Steel Plates 47 3.1 Carbon Steels for Structural Steel Plates 50 3.1A Mechanical Properties of Carbon Steels for Structural Steel Plates 50 3.1B Chemical Composition of Carbon Steels for Structural Steel Plates 66 3.2 Alloy Steels for Structural Steel Plates 72 3.2.1A Mechanical Properties of High-Strength Low-Alloy Structural Steel Plates 73 3.2.1B Chemical Composition of High-Strength Low-Alloy Structural Steel Plates 75 3.2.2A Mechanical Properties of Alloy Steels for Structural Steel Plates 79 3.2.2B Chemical Composition of Alloy Steels for Structural Steel Plates 84 3.3 Structural Steels with Improved Atmospheric Corrosion-Resistance 88 3.3A Mechanical Properties of Structural Steels with Improved Atmospheric Corrosion-Resistance 88 3.3B Chemical Composition of Structural Steels with Improved Atmospheric Corrosion-Resistance 94 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards x 3.4 Non-Comparable Carbon Steels for Structural Steel Plates 97 3.5 Non-Comparable Alloy Steels for Structural Steel Plates 98 Pressure Vessel Steel Plates 99 4.1 Carbon Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 103 4.1A Mechanical Properties of Carbon Steel Pressure Vessel Plates 103 4.1B Chemical Composition of Carbon Steel Pressure Vessel Plates 109 4.2 Carbon Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates - With Impact Testing Below -20°C 113 4.2A Mechanical Properties of Carbon Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates With Impact Testing Below -20°C 113 4.2B Chemical Composition of Carbon Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates With Impact Testing Below -20°C 115 4.3 ½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 117 4.3A Chemical Composition of ½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 117 4.3B Mechanical Properties of ½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 119 4.4 Cr-Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 121 4.4.1A Chemical Composition of ¾Cr-½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 121 4.4.1B Mechanical Properties of ắCr-ẵMo Alloy Steel for Pressure Vessel Plates 121 4.4.2A Chemical Composition of 1Cr-½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 122 4.4.2B Mechanical Properties of 1Cr-½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 122 4.4.3A Chemical Composition of 1ẳCr-ẵMo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 123 4.4.3B Mechanical Properties of 1ẳCr-ẵMo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 123 4.4.4A Chemical Composition of 2¼Cr-1Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 124 4.4.4B Mechanical Properties of 2¼Cr-1Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 125 4.4.5A Chemical Composition of 3Cr-1Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 126 4.4.5B Mechanical Properties of 3Cr-1Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 126 4.4.6A Chemical Composition of 5Cr-½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 127 4.4.6B Mechanical Properties of 5Cr-½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 127 4.4.7A Chemical Composition of 9Cr-1Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 128 4.4.7B Mechanical Properties of 9Cr-1Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 128 4.5 Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 129 4.5.1A Chemical Composition of ½Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 129 4.5.1B Mechanical Properties of ½Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 129 4.5.2A Chemical Composition of 1½Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 130 4.5.2B Mechanical Properties of 1½Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 130 4.5.3A Chemical Composition of 2¼Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 131 4.5.3B Mechanical Properties of 2¼Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 131 4.5.4A Chemical Composition of 3½Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 132 4.5.4B Mechanical Properties of 3½Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 133 4.5.5A Chemical Composition of 5Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 134 4.5.5B Mechanical Properties of 5Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 134 4.5.6A Chemical Composition of 9Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 135 4.5.6B Mechanical Properties of 9Ni Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 136 4.6 Ni-Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 137 4.6.1A Chemical Composition of ½Ni-½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 137 4.6.1B Mechanical Properties of ½Ni-½Mo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 138 4.6.2A Chemical Composition of ắNi-ẵMo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 139 4.6.2B Mechanical Properties of ắNi-ẵMo Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 140 4.7 Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 141 4.7A Chemical Composition of Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 141 4.7B Mechanical Properties of Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 142 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards xi 4.8 Austenitic Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 143 4.8A Chemical Composition of Austenitic Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 143 4.8B Mechanical Properties of Austenitic Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 146 4.9 Duplex Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 151 4.9A Chemical Composition of Duplex (Ferritic-Austenitic) Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 151 4.9B Mechanical Properties of Duplex (Ferritic-Austenitic) Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 152 4.10 Non-Comparable Carbon and Alloy Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 153 4.11 Non-Comparable Stainless Steels for Pressure Vessel Plates 156 Steel Tubes and Pipes 157 5.1 Carbon Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 165 5.1A Mechanical Properties of Carbon Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 165 5.1B Chemical Composition of Carbon Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 176 5.2 Alloy Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 185 5.2A Chemical Composition of Alloy Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 185 5.2B Mechanical Properties of Alloy Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 186 5.3 Stainless Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 188 5.3.1A Chemical Composition of Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 188 5.3.1B Mechanical Properties of Ferritic and Martensitic Stainless Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 189 5.3.2A Chemical Composition of Austenitic Stainless Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 190 5.3.2B Mechanical Properties of Austenitic Stainless Steel Tubes for General and Structural Applications 193 5.4 Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes for Low-Temperature Service 196 5.4A Mechanical Properties of Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes With Impact Testing Below -20°C 196 5.4B Chemical Composition of Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes With Impact Testing Below -20°C 198 5.5 Alloy Steel Tubes and Pipes for Low-Temperature Service 199 5.5A Chemical Composition of Alloy Steel Tubes and Pipes for Low-Temperature Service 199 5.5B Mechanical Properties of Alloy Steel Tubes and Pipes for Low-Temperature Service 200 5.6 Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes 202 5.6A Mechanical Properties of Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes 202 5.6B Chemical Composition of Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes 204 5.7 Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes at High Temperatures 206 5.7A Mechanical Properties of Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes at High Temperatures 206 5.7B Chemical Composition of Carbon Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes at High Temperatures 210 5.8 Alloy Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes at High Temperatures 213 5.8.1A Chemical Composition of ¼Mo Alloy Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes at High Temperatures 213 5.8.1B Mechanical Properties of ¼Mo Alloy Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes at High Temperatures 213 5.8.2A Chemical Composition of ½Mo Alloy Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes at High Temperatures 214 5.8.2B Mechanical Properties of ½Mo Alloy Steel Tubes and Pipes for Pressure Purposes at High Temperatures 215 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards Specification Designation Index Specification Designation ISO 2604-III:1975 (continued) ISO 2604-V:1975 ISO 2937:1974 ISO 3183-1:1996 ISO 3183-2:1996 Steel Grade/Name TS 56 TS 57 TS 58 TS TS 60 TS 61 TS 63 TS 67 TS 68 TS 69 TS TS 9H TW TW 10 TW 13 TW 14 TW 15 TW TW 26 TW 32 TW TW TW TW TW 9H TW 69 TW 46 TW 47 TW 50 TW 53 TW 57 TW 58 TW 60 TW 61 C 35 TS TS 18 TS TS L175, Class I L175, Class II L210 L245 L290 L320 L360 L390 L415 L450 L485 L555 L245MB L245NB L290MB L290NB L360MB L360NB Page 233, 244 229, 239 229, 239 207, 210 229, 238 229, 238 230, 240 260 228, 237 260 208, 211 208, 211 206, 210 208, 211 209, 212 209, 212 209, 212 206, 210 213 217, 218 207, 210 207, 210 207, 210 208, 211 208, 211 263 226, 235 225, 234 232, 244 231, 242 229, 239 229, 239 229, 238 229, 238 173, 182 166, 177 172, 181 167, 177 169, 179 246, 247 246, 247 246, 247 246, 247 246, 247 246, 248 246, 248 246, 248 246, 248 246, 248 246, 249 246, 249 250, 253 250, 253 250, 253 250, 253 251, 254 251, 254 Specification Designation ISO 3183-2:1996 (continued) ISO 3304:1985 Steel Grade/Name L360QB L415MB L415NB L415QB L450MB L450QB L485MB L485QB L555MB L555QB R28 R33 R37 R44 R50 ISO 3305:1985 R28 R33 R37 R44 R50 ISO 3306:1985 E190 R28 R33 R37 R44 R50 ISO 3755:1991 200-400 200-400W 230-450 230-450W 270-480 270-480W 340-550 649 Page 251, 254 251, 255 251, 255 251, 255 252, 255 252, 255 252, 256 252, 256 252, 256 252, 256 165, 167, 168, 176, 177, 179 166, 167, 169, 177, 178, 179 166, 167, 168, 170, 177, 178, 179, 180 168, 169, 170, 173, 179, 180, 182 171, 173, 174, 181, 183, 184 165, 167, 168, 176, 177, 179 166, 167, 169, 177, 178, 179 166, 167, 168, 170, 177, 178, 179, 180 168, 169, 170, 173, 179, 180, 182 171, 172, 173, 174, 181, 183, 184 165, 176 165, 166, 176, 177 166, 177 166, 167, 168, 177, 178, 179 168, 169, 179 171, 172, 173, 181, 182 319, 323 319, 323 319, 323 319, 323 320, 323 320, 323 321, 324 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards 650 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation Steel Grade/Name ISO 3755:1991 (continued) 340-550W ISO 4950-2:1995 E 355 DD E 355 E E 460 CC E 460 DD E 460 E ISO 4950-3:1995 E 460 DD E 460 E E 550 DD E 550 E E 690 DD E 690 E ISO 4952:2003 Fe 235W, Quality B Fe 235W, Quality C Fe 235W, Quality D Fe 355W, Quality 1A Fe 355W, Quality 1D Fe 355W, Quality 2B Fe 355W, Quality 2C Fe 355W, Quality 2D ISO 4955:1994 NiCr15Fe8 NiCr20Ti NiCr22Mo9Nb X10CrAlSi13 X10CrAlSi18 X10CrAlSi25 X12NiCrSi35-16 X15CrN26 X15CrNiSi20-12 X15CrNiSi25-21 X6Cr13 X6Cr17 X6CrNi23-14 X6CrNi25-21 X6CrTi12 X6NiCrSi36-19 X7CrNi18-9 X7CrNiNb18-10 X7CrNiNb18-10 X7CrNiSiNCe21-11 X7CrNiTi18-10 ISO 4957:1999 X8NiCrAlTi32-21 102Cr6 105V 21MnCr5 32CrMoV12-28 35CrMo7 38CrCoWV18-17-17 40CrMnNiMo8-6-4 45NiCrMo16 50CrMoV13-15 50WCrV8 55NiCrMoV7 60WCrV8 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards Page 321, 324 79, 84 79, 84 97 97 97 80, 84 80, 84 97 97 97 97 88, 94 88, 94 88, 94 90, 95 90, 95 90, 95 90, 95 90, 95 416 416 416 416 416 416 416 369, 371, 398, 399 416 402, 408 366, 367, 398, 399 398, 399 374, 382, 401, 405 374, 382, 401, 405 416 416 373, 380 376, 386 402, 408 416 376, 386, 402, 408 416 438 430 438 434 438 434 438 438 438 438 434 438 Specification Designation ISO 4957:1999 (continued) ISO 4991:1994 Steel Grade/Name 70MnMoCr8 90MnCrV8 95MnWCr5 C105U C120U C45U C70U C80U C90U HS0-4-1 HS10-4-3-10 HS1-4-2 HS18-0-1 HS1-8-1 HS2-9-1-8 HS2-9-2 HS3-3-2 HS6-5-2 HS6-5-2-5 HS6-5-2C HS6-5-3 HS6-5-3-8 HS6-5-3C HS6-5-4 HS6-6-2 X100CrMoV5 X153CrMoV12 X210Cr12 X210CrW12 X30WCrV9-3 X35CrWMoV5 X37CrMoV5-1 X38CrMo16 X38CrMoV5-3 X40Cr14 X40CrMoV5-1 C23-45A C23-45AH C23-45B C23-45BH C23-45BL C26-52 C26-52H C26-52L C28H C31L C32H C33H C34AH C34BH C34BL C35BH C37H C38H C39CH C39CNiH C39NiH Page 438 438 438 430 430 438 430 430 430 438 432 438 431 438 432 432 438 432 432 438 432 438 438 432 432 433 438 433 438 434 434 434 438 438 438 434 326 326 326 326 327 326 326 327 335, 336 359 335, 336 359 335, 336 335, 336 359 335, 336 335, 336 335, 336 347, 348 347, 348 347, 348 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation ISO 4991:1994 (continued) ISO 5952:1998 ISO 630:1995 ISO 683-1:1987 Steel Grade/Name C39NiL C40H C43C1L C43E2aL C43E2bL C43L C46 C47 C47H C47L C50 C57 C60 C60H C60Nb C61 C61LC HSA 235W, Class B HSA 235W, Class D HSA 245W, Class B HSA 245W, Class D HSA 365W, Class B HSA 365W, Class D HSA355W1, Class A HSA355W1, Class D HSA355W2, Class C HSA355W2, Class D E 185 E 235 A E 235 B E 235 B NF E 235 C E 235 D E 275 A E 275 B E 275 C E 275 D E 355 C E 355 D 20 MnCr 20 MnCrS 22 Mn 25 CrMo 25 CrMoS 28 Mn 31 CrNiMo 34 Cr 34 CrMo 34 CrMoS 36 CrNiMo 36 CrNiMo 36 Mn 37 Cr 41 Cr 41 CrNiMo 41 CrNiMoS 42 CrMo Page 347, 348 347, 348 359 337, 338 337, 338 337, 338 349, 350 349, 350 359 349, 350 349, 350 349, 350 349, 350 359 349, 350 349, 350 349, 350 88, 94 88, 94 89, 94 89, 94 91, 95 91, 95 93, 96 93, 96 93, 96 93, 96 50, 66 51, 66 51, 66 51, 66 51, 66 51, 66 56, 69 56, 69 56, 69 56, 69 60, 70 61, 70 45 45 34 37 37 34 45 35 38 38 45 45 34 35 36 39 39 38 Specification Designation ISO 683-1:1987 (continued) ISO 683-10:1987 ISO 683-11:1987 ISO 683-14:1992 Steel Grade/Name 42 CrMoS 42 Mn 50 CrMo 51 CrV C 25 C 25 E C 25 M C 30 C 30 E C 30 M C 35 C 35 E C 35 M C 40 C 40 E C 40 M C 45 C 45 E4 C 45 M2 C 50 C 50 E4 C 50 M2 C 55 C 55 E4 C 55 M2 C 60 C 60 E C 60 M 31 CrMo 12 33 CrAlMo 41 CrAlMo 15 NiCr 13 16 MnCr 16 MnCrS 17 NiCrMo 18 CrMo 18 CrMoS 18 CrNiMo 20 Cr 20 CrS 20 NiCrMo 20 NiCrMoS 34 CrS 37 CrS 41 CrS C 10 C 15 E4 C 15 M2 C 16 E4 C 16 M2 51 CrV 52 CrMoV 55 Cr 55 SiCr 56 SiCr 59 Si 60 CrB 651 Page 38 34 38 42 26 26 26 26 26 26 27 27 27 28 28 28 29 29 29 30 30 30 31 31 31 31 31 31 45 45 40 38 45 45 39 37 37 45 35 35 39 39 35 35 36 23 24 24 24 24 428 437 427 427 437 427 428 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards 652 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation ISO 683-14:1992 (continued) ISO 683-17:1999 ISO 683-9:1988 ISO 9327-2:1999 Steel Grade/Name 60 CrMo 60 CrMo 3 61 SiCr B1, 100Cr6 B2, 100CrMnSi4-4 B20, 20Cr3 B21, 20Cr4 B22, 20MnCr4-2 B23, 17MnCr5 B24, 19MnCr5 B25, 15CrMo4 B26, 20CrMo4 B27, 20MnCrMo4-2 B28, 20NiCrMo2 B29, 20NiCrMo7 B3, 100CrMnSi6-4 B30, 18CrNiMo7-6 B31, 18NiCrMo14-6 B32, 16NiCrMo16-5 B4, 100CrMnSi6-6 B40, C56E2 B41, 56Mn4 B42, 70Mn4 B43, 43CrMo4 B5, 100CrMo7 B50, X47Cr14 B51, X65Cr14 B52, X106CrMo17 B53, X89CrMoV18-1 B6, 100CrMo7-3 B60, 80MoCrV42-16 B61, 13MoCrNi42-16-14 B62, X82WMoCrV6-5-4 B63, X75WCrV18-4-1 B7, 100CrMo7-4 B8, 100CrMnMoSi8-4-6 10 S 20 10 SPb 20 11 SMn 28 11 SMnPb 28 12 SMn 35 12 SMnPb 35 17 SMn 20 35 S 20 35 SMn 20 44 SMn 28 46 S 20 S 20 13CrMo9-10 14CrMo4-5 16Mo3 20MnMoNi5 PH 26 PH 29 PH 31 X12CrMo5-1 X20CrMoV12-1 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards Page 437 428 437 435 435 439 439 439 439 439 439 439 439 439 439 435 439 439 439 435 439 439 439 439 435 439 439 439 439 435 439 439 439 439 435 435 420 423 422 424 422 424 420 420 420 421 421 422 283, 284 281 279 312 268, 271 268, 271 269, 271 286 288 Specification Designation ISO 9327-3:1999 ISO 9327-4:1999 ISO 9327-4:1999 (continued) ISO 9327-5:1999 ISO 9328-2:1991 Steel Grade/Name 11MnNi5-3 12Ni14G1 12Ni14G2 12Ni19 13MnNi6-3 15NiMn6 X8Ni9 P 28 P 35 P 42 P 46 PH 28 PH 35 PH 42 PH 46 PL 28 PL 35 PL 42 PL 46 PLH 35 PLH 42 PLH 46 X2CrNi18-10 X2CrNiMo17-12 X2CrNiMo17-13 X2CrNiMoN17-12 X2CrNiMoN17-13 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 X2CrNiN18-10 X2CrNiN23-4 X2NiCrMoCu25-20-5 X5CrNi18-9 X5CrNiMo17-12 X5CrNiMo17-13 X6CrNi25-21 X6CrNiMoTi17-12 X6CrNiNb18-10 X6CrNiTi18-10 X7CrNi18-9 X7CrNiMo17-12 X7CrNiNb18-10 X7CrNiTi18-10 13 CrMo 10 T1 13 CrMo 10 T2 14 CrMo 16 Mo P 235 P 265 P 290 P 315 P 355 PH 235 PH 265 PH 290 PH 315 PH 355 Page 291 289, 290 289, 290 289, 290 291 289, 290 289, 290 272, 275 273, 275 274, 276 311 272, 275 273, 275 274, 276 311 272, 275 273, 275 274, 276 311 273, 275 274, 276 311 298, 302 299, 304 299, 304 300, 305 300, 305 309, 310 298, 303 309, 310 301, 306 298, 302 299, 303 299, 303 299, 303 300, 305 301, 306 300, 306 298, 302 300, 305 301, 306 300, 306 124, 125 124, 125 122 117, 119 103, 109 104, 109 105, 110 106, 111 107, 112 103, 109 104, 109 105, 110 106, 111 107, 112 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation ISO 9328-3:1991 ISO 9328-4:1991 ISO 9328-5:1991 Steel Grade/Name 11 MnNi 12 Ni 14 G1 12 Ni 14 G2 13 MnNi 15 NiMn X Ni P 255 TN P 285 TN P 315 TN P 355 TN P 390 TN P 420 TN P 460 TN P 460 TQ P 500 TQ P 550 TQ P 620 TQ P 690 TQ PH 255 TN PH 285 TN PH 315 TN PH 355 TN PH 390 TN PH 420 TN PH 460 TN PH 460 TQ PH 500 TQ PH 550 TQ PH 620 TQ PH 690 TQ PL 255 TN PL 285 TN PL 315 TN PL 355 TN PL 390 TN PL 420 TN PL 460 TN PL 460 TQ PL 500 TQ PL 550 TQ PL 620 TQ PL 690 TQ PLH 355 TN PLH 390 TN PLH 420 TN PLH 460 TN PLH 460 TQ PLH 500 TQ PLH 550 TQ PLH 620 TQ PLH 690 TQ X CrNi 18 10 X CrNiMo 17 12 X CrNiMo 17 13 X CrNiMoN 17 12 X CrNiMoN 17 13 X CrNiMoN 17 13 Page 129 132, 133 132, 133 129 130 135, 136 113, 115 113, 115 104, 109 114, 116 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 113, 115 113, 115 104, 109 114, 116 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 113, 115 113, 115 104, 109 114, 116 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 114, 116 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 143, 146 144, 147 144, 147 144, 148 144, 148 145, 148 Specification Designation ISO 9328-5:1991 (continued) ISO 9329-3:1997 ISO 9330-3:1997 ISO 9330-5:2000 JIS G 3101:1995 JIS G 3103:1987 Steel Grade/Name X CrNiN 18 10 X NiCrMoCu 25 20 X CrNiMo 18 16 X CrNi 18 X CrNiMo 17 12 X CrNiMo 17 13 X CrNiMoNb 17 12 X CrNiMoTi 17 12 X CrNiNb 18 10 X CrNiTi 18 10 X CrNi 18 X CrNiMo 17 12 X CrNiMoB 17 12 X CrNiNb 18 10 X CrNiTi 18 10 X NiCrAlTi 32 21 TQ1 X NiCrAlTi 32 21 TQ2 X NiCrAlTi 32 21 TQ1 X NiCrAlTi 32 21 TQ2 11 MnNi 5-3 12 Ni 14 13 MnNi 6-3 26 CrMo PL 21 PL 23 PL 25 PL 26 X 10 Ni X 12 Ni 11 MnNi 5-3 12 Ni 14 13 MnNi 6-3 PL 21 PL 23 PL 25 PL 26 X 12 Ni 11 MnNi 5-3 12 Ni 14 13 MnNi 6-3 PL 21 PL 23 PL 25 PL 26 X 10 Ni X 12 Ni SS330 SS400 SS490 SS540 SB 410 SB 450 SB 450 M SB 480 SB 480 M 653 Page 143, 146 145, 149 144, 148 143, 146 143, 147 143, 147 144, 148 144, 148 145, 149 145, 149 143, 146 144, 147 156 145, 149 145, 149 145, 149 145, 149 145, 150 145, 150 199, 200 199, 200 199, 200 199, 201 196, 198 197, 198 196, 198 260 199, 201 199, 201 199, 200 199, 200 199, 200 196, 198 197, 198 196, 198 260 199, 201 199, 200 199, 200 199, 200 196, 198 197, 198 196, 198 260 199, 201 199, 201 50, 66 54, 68 59, 70 64, 71 104, 109 105, 110 117, 119 105, 110 117, 119 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards 654 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 3106:1999 JIS G 3114:1998 JIS G 3115:2000 JIS G 3118:2000 JIS G 3119:1987 JIS G 3120:1987 JIS G 3124:1987 JIS G 3125:1987 Steel Grade/Name SM400A SM400B SM400C SM490A SM490B SM490C SM490YA SM490YB SM520B SM520C SM570 SMA400AP SMA400AW SMA400BP SMA400BW SMA400CP SMA400CW SMA490AP SMA490AW SMA490BP SMA490BW SMA490CP SMA490CW SMA570P SMA570W SPV235 SPV315 SPV410 SPV450 SPV490 SGV410 SGV450 SGV480 SBV A SBV B SBV SBV SB 42 SB 46 SB 46 M SB 49 SB 49 M SQV A SQV B SQV A SQV B SQV A SQV B SEV 245 SEV 25 SEV 295 SEV 30 SEV 345 SEV 35 SPA-C SPA-H Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards Page 54, 68 54, 68 55, 68 59, 70 59, 70 59, 70 60, 70 60, 70 64, 71 64, 71 65, 71 89, 94 89, 94 89, 94 89, 94 89, 94 89, 94 91, 95 90, 95 91, 95 91, 95 91, 95 91, 95 93, 96 93, 96 104, 109 106, 111 108, 112 108, 112 155 104, 109 105, 110 105, 110 117, 119 118, 120 137, 138 139, 140 155 155 155 155 155 118, 120 118, 120 137, 138 137, 138 139, 140 139, 140 107, 112 155 117, 119 155 118, 120 155 90, 95 90, 95 Specification Designation JIS G 3126:2000 JIS G 3127:2000 JIS G 3128:1999 JIS G 3136:1994 JIS G 3201:1988 JIS G 3202:1988 JIS G 3203:1988 JIS G 3204:1988 JIS G 3205:1988 JIS G 3206:1993 Steel Grade/Name SLA 325 A SLA 325 B SLA 365 SLA 410 SL2N255 SL3N255 SL3N275 SL3N440 SL5N590 SL9N520 SL9N590 SHY 685 SHY 685 N SHY 685 NS SN400A SN400B SN400C SN490B SN490C SF 340 A SF 390 A SF 440 A SF 490 A SF 540 A SF 540 B SF 590 A SF 590 B SF 640 B SFVC SFVC A SFVC B SFVA F SFVA F 11 A SFVA F 11 B SFVA F 12 SFVA F SFVA F 21 A SFVA F 21 B SFVA F 22 A SFVA F 22 B SFVA F A SFVA F B SFVA F C SFVA F D SFVA F SFVQ A SFVQ B SFVQ 2A SFVQ 2B SFVQ SFL SFL SFL SFVCM F22B SFVCM F22V SFVCM F3V Page 113, 115 113, 115 114, 116 114, 116 131 132, 133 132, 133 132, 133 134 135, 136 135, 136 83, 87 83, 87 83, 87 55, 68 55, 68 55, 68 60, 70 60, 70 268, 271 268, 271 268, 271 269, 271 269, 271 269, 271 270, 271 270, 271 270, 271 272, 275 273, 275 273, 275 279 282 282 281 280 285 285 283, 284 283, 284 286 286 286 286 287 293 293 292 292 294 272, 275 273, 275 289, 290 283, 284 283, 284 285 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 3214:1991 JIS G 3221:1988 JIS G 3441:1988 Steel Grade/Name SUS 316 SUS 316H SUS 317 SUS F 304 SUS F 304H SUS F 304L SUS F 304LN SUS F 304N SUS F 310 SUS F 316L SUS F 316LN SUS F 316N SUS F 317L SUS F 321 SUS F 321H SUS F 347 SUS F 347H SUS F 410-A SUS F 410-B SUS F 410-C SUS F 410-D SUS F 630 SUS F 6B SUS F 6NM SFCM 590 D SFCM 590 R SFCM 590 S SFCM 640 D SFCM 640 R SFCM 640 S SFCM 690 D SFCM 690 R SFCM 690 S SFCM 740 D SFCM 740 R SFCM 740 S SFCM 780 D SFCM 780 R SFCM 780 S SFCM 830 D SFCM 830 R SFCM 830 S SFCM 880 D SFCM 880 R SFCM 880 S SFCM 930 D SFCM 930 R SFCM 930 S SFCM 980 D SFCM 980 R SFCM 980 S S CM 415 TK S Cr 420 TK SCM 418 TK SCM 420 TK SCM 430 TK SCM 435 TK Page 299, 303 300, 305 300, 305 298, 302 298, 302 298, 302 298, 303 298, 302 299, 303 299, 304 300, 305 299, 304 300, 305 300, 306 300, 306 301, 306 301, 306 295, 296 295, 296 295, 296 295, 296 307, 308 295, 296 295, 296 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 277, 278 311 311 277, 278 311 311 277, 278 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 258 258 185, 186 185, 186 185, 186 185, 187 Specification Designation JIS G 3441:1988 (continued) JIS G 3444:1994 JIS G 3445:1988 JIS G 3446:1994 JIS G 3452:1997 JIS G 3454:1988 JIS G 3455:1988 JIS G 3456:1988 JIS G 3457:1988 JIS G 3458:1988 655 Steel Grade/Name SCM 440 TK Page 185, 187 STK290 STK400 STK490 STK500 STK540 STKM 11 A STKM 12 A STKM 12 B STKM 12 C STKM 13 A STKM 13 B STKM 13 C STKM 14 A STKM 14 B STKM 14 C STKM 15 A STKM 15 C STKM 16 A STKM 16 C STKM 17 A STKM 17 C STKM 18 A STKM 18 B STKM 18 C STKM 19 A STKM 19 C STKM 20 A SUS304TKA SUS304TKC SUS316TKA SUS316TKC SUS321TKA SUS347TKA SUS410TKA SUS410TKC SUS420J1TKA SUS420J2TKA SUS430TKA SUS430TKC SGP STPG 370 STPG 410 STS 370 STS 410 STS 480 STPT 370 STPT 410 STPT 480 STPY 400 STPA 12 STPA 20 STPA 22 STPA 23 STPA 24 STPA 25 165, 176 168, 179 172, 181 172, 182 173, 182 165, 176 166, 177 168, 178 171, 181 167, 178 170, 180 172, 182 169, 179 172, 182 173, 183 171, 181 174, 183 172, 182 174, 184 173, 183 175, 184 170, 180 172, 181 172, 182 172, 181 173, 183 173, 182 190, 193 190, 193 191, 194 191, 194 192, 195 192, 195 188, 189 188, 189 259 259 188, 189 188, 189 165, 176 202, 204 203, 205 207, 210 208, 211 209, 212 207, 210 208, 211 209, 212 203, 205 214, 215 216 217, 218 219 220 221 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards 656 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 3458:1988 (continued) JIS G 3459:1997 JIS G 3460:1988 Steel Grade/Name STPA 26 Page 222 SUS304HTP SUS304LTP SUS304TP SUS309STP SUS309TP SUS310STP SUS310TP SUS316HTP SUS316LTP SUS316TiTP SUS316TP SUS317LTP SUS317TP SUS321HTP SUS321J1TP SUS321J3LTP SUS321J4LTP SUS321TP SUS347HTP SUS347TP SUS405TP SUS409LTP SUS430J1LTP SUS430LXTP SUS430TP SUS436LTP SUS444TP SUS836LTP SUS890LTP STPL 380 STPL 450 227, 236 226, 235 225, 234 227, 236 227, 237 227, 237 263 230, 240 229, 239 230, 241 228, 238 231, 241 231, 241 232, 243 263 263 263 231, 242 233, 244 232, 243 263 263 263 263 263 263 263 263 233, 245 196, 198 197, 198, 199, 200 197, 198, 199, 201 206, 210 208, 211 209, 212 214, 215 214, 215 216 217, 218 219 220 221 222 227, 236 226, 235 225, 234 227, 236 227, 237 227, 237 228, 237 230, 240 229, 239 228, 238 230, 241 STPL 690 JIS G 3461:1988 JIS G 3462:1988 JIS G 3463:1994 STB 340 STB 410 STB 510 STBA 12 STBA 13 STBA 20 STBA 22 STBA 23 STBA 24 STBA 25 STBA 26 SUS304HTB SUS304LTB SUS304TB SUS309STB SUS309TB SUS310STB SUS310TB SUS316HTB SUS316LTB SUS316TB SUS316TiTB Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards Specification Designation JIS G 3463:1994 (continued) JIS G 3464:1988 JIS G 3467:1988 JIS G 3468:1994 Steel Grade/Name SUS317LTB SUS317TB SUS321HTB SUS321TB SUS329J1TB SUS329J3LTB SUS329J4LTB SUS347HTB SUS347TB SUS405TB SUS409LTB SUS409TB SUS410TB SUS410TiTB SUS430J1LTB SUS430LXTB SUS430TB SUS436LTB SUS444TB SUS836LTB SUS890LTB SUSXM15J1TB SUSXM27TB SUSXM8TB STBL 380 STBL 450 STBL 690 NCF 800 TF NCF 800H TF STF 410 STFA 12 STFA 22 STFA 23 STFA 24 STFA 25 STFA 26 SUS 304 TF SUS 304H TF SUS 309 TF SUS 316 TF SUS 316H TF SUS 321 TF SUS 321H TF SUS 347 TF SUS 347H TF SUS310TF SUS304 SUS304L SUS309S SUS310S SUS316 SUS316L SUS317 SUS317L SUS321 SUS329J1 SUS347 Page 231, 241 231, 241 232, 243 231, 242 263 232, 243 232, 243 233, 244 232, 243 263 263 223, 224 223, 224 263 263 223, 224 223, 224 263 263 233, 245 233, 245 263 223, 224 263 196, 198 199, 200 199, 201 233, 245 233, 245 208, 211 214, 215 217, 218 219 220 221 222 225, 234 227, 236 260 228, 238 230, 240 231, 242 232, 243 232, 243 233, 244 228, 237 225, 234 226, 235 227, 236 227, 237 228, 238 229, 239 231, 241 231, 241 231, 242 263 232, 243 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 3472:1988 JIS G 3473:1988 JIS G 3474:1995 JIS G 4051:1979 JIS G 4053:2003 Steel Grade/Name STAM 290 GA STAM 290 GB STAM 340 G STAM 390 G STAM 440 G STAM 440 H STAM 470 G STAM 470 H STAM 500 G STAM 500 H STAM 540 H STC 370 STC 440 STC 510A STC 510B STC 540 STC 590A STC 590B STKT 540 STKT 590 S 09 CK S 10 C S 12 C S 15 C S 15 CK S 17 C S 20 C S 20 CK S 22 C S 25 C S 28 C S 30 C S 33 C S 35 C S 38 C S 40 C S 43 C S 45 C S 48 C S 50 C S 53 C S 55 C S 58 C SCM 415 SCM 418 SCM 420 SCM 421 SCM 425 SCM 430 SCM 432 SCM 435 SCM 440 SCM 445 SCM 822 SCr 415 SCr 420 SCr 430 Page 165, 176 165, 176 166, 177 168, 178 170, 180 170, 180 171, 181 171, 181 172, 182 172, 182 173, 183 167, 178 170, 180 172, 182 172, 182 173, 182 174, 183 174, 183 173, 183 174, 183 23 23 23 24 24 24 25 25 25 26 26 26 27 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 30 31 31 44 37 37 37 37 37 37 38 38 38 37 35 35 35 Specification Designation JIS G 4053:2003 (continued) JIS G 4103:1979 JIS G 4105:1979 JIS G 4109:1987 JIS G 4110:1993 JIS G 4202:1979 JIS G 4303:1998 Steel Grade/Name SCr 435 SCr 440 SCr 445 SMn 420 SMn 433 SMn 438 SMn 443 SMnC 420 SMnC 443 SNC 236 SNC 415 SNC 631 SNC 815 SNC 836 SNCM 220 SNCM 240 SNCM 415 SNCM 420 SNCM 431 SNCM 439 SNCM 447 SNCM 616 SNCM 625 SNCM 630 SNCM 815 SNCM 431 SNCM 447 SNCM 616 SNCM 625 SNCM 630 SNCM 815 SCM 415 SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMV Div SCMQ4E SCMQ4V SCMQ5V SACM 645 SUS 317J1 SUS 329J3L SUS201 SUS202 SUS301 SUS302 SUS303 SUS303Cu SUS303Se 657 Page 35 36 36 34 34 34 34 34 34 44 44 44 38 44 39 39 39 39 44 39 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 121 121 122 122 123 123 124, 125 124, 125 126 126 127 127 124, 125 155 155 40 402, 408 412 400, 403 400, 403 400, 403 400, 403 400, 403 415 400, 403 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards 658 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 4303:1998 (continued) JIS G 4303:1998 JIS G 4304:1999 Steel Grade/Name SUS304 SUS304J3 SUS304L SUS304LN SUS304N1 SUS304N2 SUS305 SUS309S SUS310S SUS316 SUS316F SUS316J1 SUS316J1L SUS316L SUS316LN SUS316N SUS316Ti SUS317 SUS317L SUS317LN SUS321 SUS329J1 SUS329J4L SUS347 SUS403 SUS405 SUS410 SUS410F2 SUS410J1 SUS410L SUS416 SUS420F SUS420F2 SUS420J1 SUS420J2 SUS430 SUS430F SUS431 SUS434 SUS440A SUS440B SUS440C SUS440F SUS447J1 SUS630 SUS631 SUS836L SUS890L SUSXM15J1 SUSXM27 SUSXM7 SUS301 SUS301J1 SUS301L SUS302 SUS302B SUS303 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards Page 400, 404 415 400, 404 400, 405 400, 404 400, 405 401, 405 401, 405 401, 405 401, 406 415 415 415 401, 406 401, 407 401, 407 402, 407 402, 407 402, 408 415 402, 408 415 415 402, 408 394, 396 398, 399 394, 396 415 415 415 394, 396 394, 397 415 394, 396 394, 396 398, 399 398, 399 394, 397 398, 399 394, 397 394, 397 395, 397 415 398, 399 409, 410 409, 411 402, 408 402, 408 415 398, 399 415 372, 378 372, 378 372, 379 372, 379 372, 380 413 Specification Designation JIS G 4304:1999 (continued) Steel Grade/Name SUS304 SUS304J1 SUS304J2 SUS304L SUS304LN SUS304N1 SUS304N2 SUS305 SUS309S SUS310S SUS315J1 SUS315J2 SUS316 SUS316J1 SUS316J1L SUS316L SUS316LN SUS316N SUS316Ti SUS317 SUS317J1 SUS317J2 SUS317J3L SUS317L SUS317LN SUS321 SUS329J1 SUS329J3L SUS329J4L SUS347 SUS403 SUS405 SUS410 SUS410L SUS410S SUS420J1 SUS420J2 SUS429 SUS429J1 SUS430 SUS430J1L SUS430LX SUS434 SUS436J1L SUS436L SUS440A SUS444 SUS445J1 SUS445J2 SUS447J1 SUS630 SUS631 SUS836L SUS890L SUSXM15J1 SUSXM27 SUSXM7 Page 373, 380 413 413 373, 380 373, 381 373, 381 413 373, 381 374, 382 374, 382 413 413 374, 383 413 413 374, 383 375, 384 374, 384 375, 384 413 375, 385 413 413 375, 384 375, 385 376, 386 413 392, 393 413 376, 386 366, 367 368, 370 366, 367 366, 367 366, 367 366, 367 366, 367 413 413 368, 370 413 368, 370 368, 370 413 413 413 369, 371 413 413 413 387, 388 387, 390 375, 385 375, 385 413 413 413 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 4305:1999 Steel Grade/Name SUS301 SUS301J1 SUS301L SUS302 SUS302B SUS304 SUS304J1 SUS304J2 SUS304L SUS304LN SUS304N1 SUS304N2 SUS305 SUS309S SUS310S SUS315J1 SUS315J2 SUS316 SUS316J1 SUS316J1L SUS316L SUS316LN SUS316N SUS316Ti SUS317 SUS317J1 SUS317J2 SUS317J3L SUS317L SUS317LN SUS321 SUS329J1 SUS329J3L SUS329J4L SUS347 SUS403 SUS405 SUS410 SUS410L SUS410S SUS420J1 SUS420J2 SUS429 SUS429J1 SUS430 SUS430J1L SUS430LX SUS434 SUS436J1L SUS436L SUS440A SUS444 SUS445J1 SUS445J2 SUS447J1 SUS630 SUS631 Page 372, 378 372, 378 372, 379 372, 379 372, 380 373, 380 414 414 373, 380 373, 381 373, 381 414 373, 381 374, 382 374, 382 414 414 374, 383 414 414 374, 383 375, 384 374, 384 375, 384 414 375, 385 414 414 375, 384 375, 385 376, 386 414 392, 393 414 376, 386 366, 367 368, 370 366, 367 366, 367 366, 367 366, 367 366, 367 414 414 368, 370 414 368, 370 368, 370 414 414 414 369, 371 414 414 414 387, 389 387, 390 Specification Designation JIS G 4305:1999 (continued) JIS G 4311:1991 JIS G 4312:1991 Steel Grade/Name SUS836L SUS890L SUSXM15J1 SUSXM27 SUSXM7 SUH1 SUH11 SUH3 SUH309 SUH31 SUH310 SUH330 SUH35 SUH36 SUH37 SUH38 SUH4 SUH446 SUH600 SUH616 SUH660 SUH661 SUS304 SUS309S SUS310S SUS316 SUS316Ti SUS317 SUS321 SUS347 SUS403 SUS405 SUS410 SUS410J1 SUS410L SUS430 SUS431 SUS630 SUS631 SUSXM15J1 SUH21 SUH309 SUH310 SUH330 SUH409 SUH409L SUH446 SUH660 SUH661 SUS302B SUS304 SUS309S SUS310S SUS316 SUS316Ti SUS317 SUS321 659 Page 375, 385 375, 385 414 414 414 415 415 415 402, 408 415 402, 408 415 415 415 415 415 415 398, 399 415 415 415 415 400, 404 401, 405 401, 405 401, 406 402, 407 402, 407 402, 408 402, 408 394, 396 398, 399 394, 396 415 415 398, 399 394, 397 409, 410 409, 411 415 414 373, 381 374, 382 414 414 368, 370 369, 371 414 414 372, 380 373, 380 374, 382 374, 382 374, 383 375, 384 414 376, 386 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards 660 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 4312:1991 (continued) JIS G 4313:1996 JIS G 4318:1998 JIS G 4401:2000 Steel Grade/Name SUS347 SUS403 SUS405 SUS410 SUS410L SUS430 SUS430J1L SUS436J1L SUS630 SUS631 SUSXM151J1 SUS 301-CSP SUS 304-CSP SUS 420J2-CSP SUS 631-CSP SUS 632J1-CSP SUS302 SUS303 SUS303Cu SUS303Se SUS304 SUS304J3 SUS304L SUS305 SUS305J1 SUS309S SUS310S SUS316 SUS316F SUS316L SUS321 SUS329J1 SUS347 SUS403 SUS410 SUS410F2 SUS416 SUS420F SUS420F2 SUS420J1 SUS420J2 SUS430 SUS430F SUS440C SK105 SK120 SK140 SK60 SK65 SK70 SK75 SK80 SK85 SK90 SK95 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards Page 376, 386 366, 367 368, 370 414 414 368, 370 414 414 387, 389 387, 390 414 429 429 429 429 437 400, 403 400, 403 415 400, 403 400, 404 415 400, 404 401, 405 415 401, 405 401, 405 401, 406 415 401, 406 402, 408 415 402, 408 394, 396 394, 396 415 394, 396 394, 397 415 394, 396 394, 396 398, 399 398, 399 395, 397 430 430 438 438 430 438 430 438 430 438 430 Specification Designation JIS G 4403:2000 JIS G 4404:2000 JIS G 4801:1984 Steel Grade/Name SKH10 SKH2 SKH3 SKH4 SKH40 SKH50 SKH51 SKH52 SKH53 SKH54 SKH55 SKH56 SKH57 SKH58 SKH59 SKD SKD 10 SKD 11 SKD 12 SKD SKD SKD SKD SKD 61 SKD 62 SKD SKD SKS 11 SKS SKS 21 SKS SKS 31 SKS SKS 41 SKS 43 SKS 44 SKS SKS 51 SKS SKS SKS 81 SKS 93 SKS 94 SKS 95 SKT SKT SKT SUP 10 SUP 11 A SUP 12 SUP 13 SUP SUP SUP SUP SUP A Page 431 431 431 431 438 438 432 432 432 432 432 432 432 432 432 433 438 433 433 438 438 434 434 434 434 434 434 434 438 438 438 438 438 438 430 430 438 434 438 438 438 438 438 438 438 434 438 428 428 427 428 425 427 427 427 427 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 4802:1999 JIS G 4804:1999 JIS G 4805:1999 JIS G 5101:1991 JIS G 5102:1991 JIS G 5111:1991 Steel Grade/Name S50C-CSP S55C-CSP S60C-CSP S65C-CSP S70C-CSP SK4-CSP SK5-CSP SUP10-CSP SUM 11 SUM 12 SUM 21 SUM 22 SUM 22 L SUM 23 SUM 23 L SUM 24 L SUM 25 SUM 31 SUM 31 L SUM 32 SUM 41 SUM 42 SUM 43 SUJ SUJ SUJ SUJ SUJ SC 360 SC 410 SC 450 SC 480 SCW 410 SCW 450 SCW 480 SCW 550 SCW 620 SCC SCC 3A SCC 3B SCC SCC 5A SCC 5B SCCrM 1A SCCrM 1B SCCrM 3A SCCrM 3B SCMn SCMn 1A SCMn 1B SCMn SCMn 2A SCMn 2B SCMn SCMn 3A SCMn 3B SCMn Page 425 425 425 425 425 426 426 428 420 420 422 422 424 422 424 424 422 420 423 420 420 421 421 439 435 435 439 439 319, 323 319, 323 319, 323 320, 323 319, 323 319, 323 320, 323 321, 324 321, 324 320, 321 324 324 321, 322 324 325 330, 331 330, 331 330, 332 330, 332 320, 321 324 324 321, 321 324 324 321, 322 324 325 322, 322 Specification Designation JIS G 5111:1991 (continued) JIS G 5121:2003 JIS G 5122:2003 Steel Grade/Name SCMn 5A SCMn 5B SCMnCr SCMnCr SCMnCr SCMnCrM SCMnCrM SCMnM SCNCrM 2A SCNCrM 2B SCSiMn SCSiMn 2A SCSiMn 2B SCS SCS 10 SCS 11 SCS 12 SCS 13 SCS 13A SCS 14 SCS 14A SCS 15 SCS 16 SCS 16 A SCS 17 SCS 18 SCS 19 SCS 19A SCS SCS 20 SCS 21 SCS 22 SCS 23 SCS 24 SCS 2A SCS SCS SCS SCS SCH SCH 11 SCH 12 SCH 13 SCH 13A SCH 15 SCH 16 SCH 17 SCH 18 SCH 19 SCH SCH 20 SCH 21 SCH 22 SCH 23 SCH 24 SCH 661 Page 325 325 359 359 359 359 359 359 330, 334 330, 334 321 324 324 339, 340 361 361 341, 344 341, 344 341, 344 341, 345 341, 345 361 361 342, 345 342, 346 361 341, 344 341, 344 339, 340 361 341, 344 342, 345 342, 346 361 339, 340 339, 340 361 339, 340 339, 340 351, 355 351, 355 351, 356 352, 356 352, 356 353, 357 353, 357 351, 356 352, 356 353, 357 351, 355 353, 358 352, 356 352, 357 352, 357 353, 357 351, 355 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards 662 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation JIS G 5131:1991 JIS G 5151:1991 JIS G 5152:1991 SAE J403 NOV01 Steel Grade/Name SCMnH SCMnH 11 SCMnH SCMnH 21 SCMnH SCPH SCPH 11 SCPH SCPH 21 SCPH 22 SCPH 23 SCPH 32 SCPH 61 SCPL SCPL 11 SCPL 21 SCPL 31 1005 1006 1008 1009 1010 1012 1013 1015 1016 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1023 1025 1026 1029 1030 1033 1035 1037 1038 1039 1040 1042 1043 1044 1045 1046 1049 1050 1053 1055 1060 1065 1070 1074 1075 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards Page 328, 329 328, 329 328, 329 360 328, 329 326 335, 336 326 335, 336 359 335, 336 335, 336 335, 336 327 337, 338 337, 338 337, 338 23 23 23 44 23 23 44 24 24 24 24 44 25 25 25 25 26 26 26 26 44 27 44 27 28 28 28 28 29 29 29 30 30 30 31 31 32 32 44 44 Specification Designation SAE J403 NOV01 (continued) SAE J404 JUN00 Steel Grade/Name 1078 1080 1084 1085 1086 1090 1095 1117 1118 1126 1132 1137 1138 1140 1141 1144 1146 1151 11L17 11L37 11L41 11L44 11L46 1212 1213 1215 12L13 12L14 12L15 1522 1524 1526 1527 1536 1541 1547 1548 1552 1566 1330 1335 1340 1345 4023 4027 4037 4047 4118 4120 4130 4135 4137 4140 4142 4145 4150 4320 Page 32 33 44 44 33 33 33 420 420 436 436 420 420 421 421 421 421 421 423 423 423 423 423 422 422 422 424 424 424 34 44 44 44 44 34 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 37 37 37 44 38 38 44 38 38 39 Specification Designation Index Specification Designation SAE J404 JUN00 (continued) SAE J438-1970 Steel Grade/Name 4340 4615 4617 4620 4820 50B46 5115 5120 5130 5132 5140 5150 5160 51B60 6150 8615 8617 8620 8622 8625 8627 8630 8637 8640 8645 8655 8720 8740 8822 9254 9259 9260 E4340 E52100 A2 D2 D3 D5 D7 H11 H12 H13 H21 L6 L7 M1 M2 M3 M4 O1 O2 O6 S1 S2 S5 T1 T2 Page 39 44 44 44 44 41 44 35 35 35 36 44 44 41 42 44 44 39 44 44 44 44 44 39 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 39 44 433 433 433 438 438 434 434 434 434 434 438 438 432 432 432 438 438 438 438 438 438 431 438 Specification Designation SAE J526 JAN 00 Steel Grade/Name T4 T5 T8 W108 W109 W110 W112 W209 W210 W310 - 663 Page 431 431 438 430 430 430 430 438 438 438 165, 176 Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards ... comparison In the end, a complete review of the book was performed resulting in the reorganization of some chapters and the fine-tuning of others There were too many occasions when I thought the. .. steels from the USA, Japan, and European Union Note the differences in the Cr, Ni, and Mo contents among all the standards and the N limit in the EN standard These differences will affect the corrosion... are also specified For alloy steels, the first two digits of the SAE system describe the major alloying elements present in the material, the first digit giving the alloy group For example the
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