By D. KOSHAL
'..as an advent to all sections no fault are available in what has to be visible as aclassic of its kind.' Eur Ing Ray Yarnell - Engineering international, December 1993'Never sooner than have the big variety of disciplines comprising production engineering been lined in such aspect in a single volume.''Extensive reference lists are supplied, making this an critical paintings for each engineer in industry.'
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H Ths table is bared on the 1970 edition of BS 970 and the 1971 edmon of BS 4670 except that ,teeb in i t a l a have been elmmated from the 1983 edition of BS 970. 7 Influence of added (and adventitious) elements in steel Elemenr Dominant characteristic Influence Carbon Strong austenite former Strongly incrcascs strength and hardenability. Decreases ductility Causes weld decay unless stabilised. Stabilises austenite Nitrogen Strong austenite former Increases strength Decreases toughness Increases strength.
Cold drawing through dies requires considerable skill and attention to detail in die design, lubricants, wire rod cleansing and baking to remove hydrogen introduced during cleaning. 25% maximum) and such other alloying elements as will give the minimum yield point prescribed for various thicknesses ranging between 12 and 60 mm. Steels are available with yield points ranging from 275 to 400 MPa, and the restriction on carbon and manganese content is intended to ensure weldahility. Quenched and tempered welded steels with significantly higher yields are also available.
6 BS 970 and BS 4670 steels classified by tensile strength and maximum diameter, hardened and tempered. 5NiCrMo 635-123. ) 2NiCrMo 635-1231 ZSNiCrMo 63%123! 5NiCrMo 62&740 635-1240 M M 3 1 3NiCrMo 635-940 :30M31 3NiCrMa 635-940 2 3 M M 2NiCrMo 26M31 2 5NiCrMo 635-1235 635-123! 5NiCrMo WbXltl USMM 1125-12: 4NiCrMo 648-m 7WYW 7MY80 3 Stcels with fin1 three digits ‘905’have high aluminium mntents and are specifically intended for surface-hardening by nitriding. However. steels 722M24 and W M 3 9 are also suitable for nitriding, as well a6 for general pu-r 1 As a general ruk.