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Characteristics for grade     60   ( 60 )

      Grade :     60   ( 60 )
      Substitute:   55, 65Г
      Classification :   High quality structural carbon steel
      Equivalent grades:   Go here



Chemical composition in % for grade   60   ( 60 )
C Si Mn Ni S P Cr Cu As
0.57 - 0.650.17 - 0.370.5 - 0.8max   0.3max   0.04max   0.35max   0.25max   0.3max   0.08


Temperature of critical points for grade   60   ( 60 ).
Ac1 = 725 ,      Ac3(Acm) = 750 ,       Ar3(Arcm) = 745 ,       Ar1 = 690


Mechanical properties under Т=20oС for grade   60   ( 60 )
Assortment Dimension Direct. sв sT d5 y KCU Heat treatment
- mm - MPa MPa % % kJ / m2 -
Rolled stock, GOST 1050-88 to 80   680 400 12 35 Normalizing
Band annealed , GOST 2284-79     440-740  10    
Band cold-worked , GOST 2284-79     740-1130       
Steel     700 510 17 60 Guenching and drawing
Steel 30 К 920 590 19 50240Guenching 780 - 830oC, oil, Drawing 560oC,


    Brinell hardness for     60   ( 60 )   ,     Rolled stock GOST 1050-88 HB 10 -1 = 255   MPa
    Brinell hardness for     60   ( 60 )   ,     Rolled stock GOST 1050-88 HB 10 -1 = 229   MPa
    Brinell hardness for     60   ( 60 )   ,     Rolled stock GOST 1050-88 HB 10 -1 = 269   MPa
    Brinell hardness for     60   ( 60 )   ,     Rolled stock GOST 1050-88 HB 10 -1 = 229   MPa


Technological properties for grade   60   ( 60 )
  Weldability: is not used.
 Flakes : weakly predisposed
Temper brittleness: not predisposed


Physical properties for grade   60   ( 60 )
T E 10- 5 a 10 6 l r C R 10 9
Grade MPa 1/Grade Watt/(m·Grade) kg/m3 J/(kg·Grade) Ohm·m
20 2.04     7800    
100   11 68   483  
200 2.08 11.9 53   487  
300 1.89          
400 1.74 13.9 36   529  
500   14.6        
600         567  
T E 10- 5 a 10 6 l r C R 10 9


Equivalent steels for grade     60   ( 60 )
Warning! Indicated both exact and nearest equivalents.
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-DIN,WNrJIS AFNORBSEN UNINBNUNEGBSSBDSMSZPNSTASCSNASSNVKS
1059
1060
1064
C1060
G10590
G10600
G10640
1.0601
1.1221
C60
C60D
C60E
C60R
Ck60
Ck60N
S58C
S60C-CSP
S65C-CSP
SWR-7
1C60
2C60
AF70
C60
C60E
C60RR
XC60
XC65
060A2
060A62
1449-CS
1449-HS
60CS
60HS
C60
C60E
CS60
1.0601
1.1221
1CS60
2C60
2CS60
C60
C60E
1C60
C60
C60E
C60R
C60-1
C60-2
C60
C60E
60
1665
1678
60
C60
C60E
C60E
60
60rs
D55
OLC60
OLC60AT
OLC60X
12061
1060
C60
Ck60
SM58C

Types of delivery of grade   60   ( 60 )
В22 - Graded and shaped rolling
B23 - Sheets and Strips
B24 - Ribbons
В32 - Graded and shaped rolling
B33 - Sheets and Strips
B34 - Ribbons
В62 - Steel pipes and connecting parts to them
В71 - Low-carbon steel wire
В72 - Medium-high and high-carbon steel wire


Specification :
Mechanical properties :
sв - Tensile strength , [MPa]
sT - Yield stress, [MPa]
d5 - Specific elongation at fracture , [ % ]
y - Reduction of area , [ % ]
KCU - Impact strength , [ kJ / m2]
HB - Brinell hardness , [MPa]

Physical properties :
T - Test temperature , [Grade]
E - Young modulus , [MPa]
a - Coefficient of linear expansion (range 20o - T ) , [1/Grade]
l - Termal (heat) condition coefficient , [Watt/(m·Grade)]
r - Density , [kg/m3]
C - Specific heat ( range 20o - T ), [J/(kg·Grade)]
R - Electrical resistance , [Ohm·m]

Weldability :
without limitations - welding is done without heating and subsequent heat treeting
limited weldability - welding is possible under heating up to 100-120 grade and subsequent heat treeting
hard weldability - obtaining the quality welding needs the additional operations:heating up to 200-300 grade; the heat treeting ia annealing

  60   ( 60 ) - High quality structural carbon steel: chemical composition, mechanical and physical properties, hardness
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