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Alloy Steels and Special

Steels Sectional

Committee,

MTD

I6

Alloy Steels and Special Steels Sectional Committee, MTD I6 FOREWORD This Indian Standard ( Second Revision

FOREWORD

This Indian Standard ( Second Revision ) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards, after the draft finalized by the Alloy Steels and Special Steels Sectional Committee had been approved by the Metallurgical Engineering Division Council.

This standard

the

light of recent International practices. The following modifications have been incorporated in this revision:

was first published

in 1966 and revised

in 1979.

This revision

has been made

in

a) Grain size has been included.

b) The upper limits of Silicon content has been modified as per international practice.

c) Only minimum surface hardness values obtained by flame and induction hardening have been specified instead of range of hardness as per international norms.

d) Mechanical properties of different grades of the specification in hardened and tempered condition have been included.

have been included.

f) Hardenability bands for the steel have been also incorporated.

e) Hot working

and annealing

temperatures

In a number of engineering applications stress distribution is not uniform throughout

the section

of a component,

surface

being heavily

stressed whereas

the interior

is

stressed

to

a

much

smaller

extent.

In order

to prevent

the failure

at the surface

it becomes

necessary

to provide

strength

at the

surface. This not only increases the resistance to wear and indentation,

but

also

increases

the

fatigue strength.

Flame

and induction

hardening

are

employed

to

achieve

this

by

altering

the

structure at the surface by local hardening.

While

normalized

plain carbon

steels

are

used

for

a

number of applications, steels in the hardened and tempered conditions

are

used

when

high

core

strength and good impact properties are required.

core strength and good impact properties are required. For the purpose of deciding whether a particular

For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the

final value, observed or calculated,

expressing

the result of a test, shall be rounded

off in accordance

with IS 2 : 1960 ‘Rules

for rounding

off numerical

values

( revised

)‘.

The

number

of

significant

places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that standard.

of

the

specified

value

in this

retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that standard. of the specified
retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that standard. of the specified
retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that standard. of the specified
retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that standard. of the specified

Indian

Standard

IS 3930

: 1994

FLAME AND INDUCTION HARDENING STEELS -SPECIFICATION

 

(s econd

Revision

)

1

SCOPE

For

continuously

cast

bars/billets,

.a

minimum

reduction

ratio

of 6:l

between

cast

product

and

the

This

standard

covers

the

requirements

for

wrought

final

product

is

recommended.

However,

other

unalloyed

and

alloyed

steels

for flame

and

induction

reduction

ratios may be mutually

agreed

upon between

hardening.

manufacturer

and

purchaser

at the

time

of

enquiry

 

and

order.

2

REFERENCES

5.2

The

steels

may

be made

by agreement

with

the

The Indian Standards listed in Annex A are necessary adjuncts to this standard.

3 TERMINOLOGY

For the purpose of this standard,

in

the definitions

apply.

relevant

parts

of

IS

1956

shall

4

SUPPLY

OF

MATERIAL

given

4.1

material

General

shall

requirements

conform

to

IS

relating

8910

:

to

supply

1978.

of

4.2

and

Table

Steels

covered

on

delivered

1.

in this

standard

any

one

of

the

shall

basis

be ordered

given

in

addition

of

micro

alloying

elements

like

Titanium,

Niobium, Vanadium,

Boron,

etc,

either

individually

or in combination.

 

5.3

Sufficient

reduction

and

discard

shall

be

made

to ensure

freedom

from

piping,

harmful

segregation,

etc,

as

assessed

by

macroetching

and/or

ultrasonic

testing.

The

acceptance

standard

shall

be

mutually

agreed

upon

at the

time

of

enquiry

and

order.

6

FREEDOM

FROM

DEFECTS

6.1

The material

shall

be free from

such

surface

and

internal defects which may impair the forgeability the steel and/or adversely affect the mechanical properties of the part.

of

4.3

while ordering for steels covered by this specification

The

particulars

to be specified

by the purchaser

The method of evaluating

and their allowable limits shall be mutually agreed

surface and internal defects

to al the time of enquiry

and

order.

should

be

as

given

below:

 
 

a) Grade;

b) Quality;

 

6.2

Removal

of surface

defects,

by appropriate

means,

shall

be

permitted

provided

that

the

remaining

dimensions,

after

defect

removal

is

not

less

than

c) Size;

specified

at any

point

of the

bar

or billet,

etc,

and

d) Finish;

that the operation

is not likely

to affect

the processing

e) Test

required;

 

of the material.

Removal

of surface

defects

beyond

this level

may

be permitted

only

on approval

of the

f) ~~c$requirements,

such

as

bundling

and

purchaser.

 

g) Method’of manufacture; and

 

7

CHEMICAL

 

COMPOSITION

 

h) Test report, if required.

 
 

7.1

The

ladle

analysis

of steel

when

made

either

in

5

MANUFACTURE

 

accordance

with

the

relevant

parts

of

IS 228

or any

 

other

established

instrumental/chemical

method

5.1

Unless

otherwise

agreed

to

in

the

order,

the

shall

be

as given

in Table

2.

In

case

of dispute

the

processes

shall

the

steel

used

shall

in

making

fully

the

steel

and

the

product

but

the

be left to the discretion

be

of the manufacturer,

When

so desired,

killed.

procedure

be the

given

in IS

method.

referee

228

and

its relevant

However,

where

parts

shall

the

method

purchaser

shall

 

be

informed

of

the

steel

making

is

not

given

in

IS

228

and

its

relevant

parts

the

 

referee

method

shall

be

as

agreed

to

between

the

process.

contracting

parties.

   

However, for continuously cast steels and for steels

 

in specially treated condition, like Blectro-flux

refined,

7.2

Check

Analysis

 

Vacuum degassed, Secondary refined, the steel making process should be agreed to at the time of enquiry and order.

1

The check analysis shall be carried out on the finished

product. The permissible

variation

in

case

of

such

IS 3930

: 1994

check

analysis

from

the

limits

specified

in Table

2

10.2

Methods

of

determining

the

mechanical

shall

be

as

given

in

Table

3.

properties

specified

in

Tables

5

and

6 shall

be

in

7.3

The

following

elements

wherever

not

specified

accordance

with

IS 1598

: 1977

and

IS

1608

: 1972.

in

where agreed to, other than for the purpose of finishing

limits:

the heat and shall not exceed the following

Table

2 shall

not

be

added

to

the

steel,

except

Constituent

Percent

Chromium

0’25

Nickel

0’25

Molybdenum

0’05

Copper

0’35

Vanadium

0’05

Tin

0’05

NOTES

1 All

addition, from scrap of other materials used in manufacture such elements which affect the hardenability, mechanical properties and applicability.

reasonable

precautions

shall

be

taken

to

prevent

the

of

2

agreed

upon between manufacturer and purchaser at the time of enquiry and order.

percent however, restricted

Trace

element

when

added

together

limits

could

should

be

not exceed

mutually

0’8

% Copper

+

10x

(%

Tin)

shall

not

exceed

0’60.

8

HEAT

TREATMENT

 

8.1 The

steel

may

be

supplied

in

the

normalized,

annealed

or

hardened

and

tempered

condition.

8.2

Recommended

hardening

and

tempering,

an-

nealing

and hot working

temperatures

for these

steels

are

given

in

Annex

B.

8.3

In

annealed

or

normalized

condition

the

microstructure should consist of ferrite and pearlitic

without

excessive

banding.

9

HARDNESS

9.1 The maximum

the as rolled,

when determined

shall

hardness

for products

delivered

in

condtion,

: 1983

forged,

given

normalized

in accordance

Table

in

4.

or annealed

with

IS 1500

be

as

9.2 For the information

of the purchaser,

the hardness

11

GRAIN

SIZE

11.1

Unless

otherwise

agreed,

the

steel

when

tested

for grain size in accordance

show grain size in the range of 5 to 8 for inherently fine grained steel.

with

IS 4748

: 1988 shall

11.2 Steel

with

grain

size

outside

the

range

of

5

to 8, for example,

micro

alloyed

steel

may

however

be supplied

with

mutual

agreement.

 

11.3

The

grain

size

shall

be considered

satisfactory

if 70 percent

of grains

are within

the specified

limits,

but the remaining

30

percent

of

the

grains

falling

either

spreaded

one

size

at the

below

ends

or

above

the

of the

range.

range

and

not

12

HARDENABILITY

 

12.1

For steels

ordered

on the basis

of end

quenched

hardenability,

the

requirements

shall

be

mutually

agreed to between the purchaser and the manufacturer.

The hardenability

Figs.

bands

of some

steels

are shown

3

and

4.

in

12.1.1

The

method

of testing

hardenability

of steel

shall

be

in accordance

with

IS

3848

:

1981.

13

DIMENSIONAL

TOLERANCES

 

13.1

The dimensional

tolerances

for

hot

rolled

steel

products

shall

be in accordance

 

with

IS 3739

: 1987.

Any

additional

stipulation

on

dimensions

may

be

mutually

agreed

of enquiry

and

order,

if

the

forging

at the time or the

process

product

so

calls

for.

13.2

For

forged

steel

bars,

billets,

blooms

etc,

the

tolerances

shall

be

in

accordance

with

IS

3469

(Parts

1

to

3)

13.3 Tolerance

:

1974.

on

Straightness

values

obtainable

 

on

the

steels

covered

 

in

this

specification

given

after

flame

C.

in

Annex

and induction

hardening

are

Unless

and

the

otherwise

agreed

manufacturer,

the

to

between

shall

steel

the

be

purchaser

supplied

in

 

straightened

condition

with

the

following

limits:

10

MECHANICAL

 

PROPERTIES

 

IN

THE

Nominal

sizejsection

 

Maximum permissible

 

HARDENED

AND

TEMPERED

CONDITION

 

deviation

for

straightness

10.1

Steels

when

supplied

in quenched

and tempered

 

40

mm

and

below

6 mn~etre

length

 

condition

shall

have

the

mechanical

properties

as

given

in

Table

5.

41 mm

and

above

5 mm/Metre

length

 

10.1.1

The

properties

 

in

Table

5

are

applicable

to

14

SAMPLING

 

test pieces

taken

on rounds

in the

direction

of fibre,

 

the axis of which

correspond

to Fig.

1. For rectangular

14.1

Sample

For Chemcial

 

Analysis

 

sections,

the ranges

for equivalent

 

sections

are given

 

in Fig.

2.

The

ladle

analysis

shall

be

supplied

by

the

 

manufacturer.

If the product

analysis

is required

by

10.1.2

Mechanical

properties

of

steels

in

hardened

the

purchaser

at least one sample product

shall

be

and

tempered

condition

shall

be

as per

Table

6.

taken

from

each

cast.

2

shall be and tempered condition shall be as per Table 6. taken from each cast. 2
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IS 3930

: 1994

14.2

Sampling

for Hardness

in the Normalized

or

hardened, turned and tested. The consignment

shall

Annealed

Condition

be considered

to conform

to the requirements

if both

the additional

tests

are satisfactory.

Should

either

of

One sample

product

shall

be

taken

from

each

heat

the test pieces fail,

the material

shall

be taken

as not

treatment

batch

for

the

determination

of

hardness.

14.3

Sampling

for

Mechanical

Properties

 

14.3.1

Test pieces

for mechanical

tests shall

be taken

in the longitudinal ance with Fig. 1.

direction

of the product

in accord-

14.3.2

General

condition

for selection

and preparation

of samples

 

and test pieces

shall

be in accordance

with

IS 3711

:

1966

for

wrought

steel.

14.4

One

sample

per

cast

shall

be

taken

for

determination

of grain

size.

14.5 The

sample

for inclusion

rating

shall

be drawn

as per

IS 4163

:

1982.

15

RETEST

15.1

Retest

for

Product

Analysis

If the results

analysis

do not meet

the

composition

of the product requirements

given

in

Tables

1

and

2

unless

otherwise

agreed

to between

the purchaser

and

the manufacturer,

two new

samples

shall

be taken

on

different

pieces

from

the

same

cast.

Should

the two

analysis

satisfy

the

requirements,

the lot represented

shall

be accepted.

Should

either

of the tests

fail,

the

material

shall

be

taken

as

not

complying

with

this

standard.

15.2 Retest for Hardness Test in the Annealed

Condition and Mechanical Test in the Hardened

and Tempered Condition

If the

samples

selected

under

14.2

and

14.3

fail

to

meet

the

requirements

under

9

and

10 two

further

samples

shall be selected from the same heat treatment

batch.

The

consignment

shall

be

considered

to

conform

to

the

requirements

if both

the

additional

tests

are

satisfactory.

Should either of the samples

fail,

the

manufacturer

shaI1 have

the

right,

if

he

so

desires

to

re-heat-treat

the product in any suitable

manner

before

two fresh samples

are taken for testing.

Shovlld

the

two

tests

satisfy

the requirements

of this

standard,

the lot representedshall

be accepted,

should

either

of the samples

fail,

the material

shall

be taken

as

not

complying

with

this

standard.

 

15.3

Retest

for

Mechanical

Test

on Test

Pieces

If the

samples

selected

under

14.3

fails

to meet

the

requirements

under

10 two

further

samples

shall

be

selected

from

the

same

size

grouping

for

making

fresh

test

bars.

The

fresh

test

bars

shall

be

case

complying with this standard.

16

ADDITIONAL

TESTS

16.1

If

agreed

to

between

the

purchaser

and

the

manufacturer

at the

time

of enquiry

and

order,

any

or a combination

of the

following

tests

may

also

be

carried

out to ensure

that

the steels

meet

the quality

requirements

of the

purchaser:

 

4

b>

cl

4

Macro

 

Etch test in accordance

with IS

11371

:

1985

 

Ultrasonic

 

test

in accordance

with

IS 3664

:

1981

 

Hardenability

test

in

accordance

with

IS 3848

:

1981

Blank

 

hardening

test

for

core

strength

guarantee

 

as

per

recommendations

of

Table

 

5.

Cleanliness

test

as

per

IS

10138

(Parts

1

to

3)

:

1982

 

Microstructure

for

machinability,

including

bending

 

Hot

up-set

for

forgeability

 

16.2 The

tests shall

and

order.

acceptance

be mutually

level

for

each

or any

of

these

agreed

to at the time of enquiry

17 MARRING

17.1 AII bars of 50 mm dia or equivalent

above

with

manufacturer.

in suitable

shall

heat

be stamped

number

Bars

bundles

or suitably

and

name

of smaller

which

will

carry

marked

section and at the end

of

or

sections

trade-mark

metal

shall

be tied

tags giving

the

information.

 

17.2

The

bars,

billets,

etc,

shall

be

suitably

colour

coded at the ends to marks the grade of the material.

The

with IS 2049 : 1978 or as per purchaser’s requirement.

colour

scheme

followed

may

be

in accordance

17.3

The

material

may

also

be

marked

with

the

Standard

Mark.

17.3.1

The use of the Standard

Mark

is governed

by

the provisions

of

Bureau

of

Indian

Standards

Act,

1986 and the Rules

and Regulations

made

thereunder.

The details

 

of conditions

under

which

the licence

for

the

use

of

Standard

Mark

may

be

granted

to

manufacturers

Bureau

or producers

Standards.

of

Indian

may be obtained

from the

Mark may be granted to manufacturers Bureau or producers Standards. of Indian may be obtained from

6

IS 3930 : 1994 Table 1 Delivery Condition for Ordering of Steels (Clauses 4 and
IS 3930 : 1994 Table 1 Delivery Condition for Ordering of Steels (Clauses 4 and
IS 3930
: 1994
Table
1 Delivery
Condition
for
Ordering
of Steels
(Clauses
4 and
15.1
and Table 3)
Requirements
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV
1.
Chemical
composition
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
2.
Hardenability
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
(Jominy)
3.
Hardness:
Max
value
as
annealed
X
X
X
X
X
X
Max
value
as
treated
for
improved
X
X
X
X
X
X
machinability
Max
value
as
rolled/forged
X
X
X
X
X
X
x
x
x
x
4. Mechanical
properties
5. Sepcial cleanliness test:
xxxxxxxx
Step down test/
Blue fracture test
X
6. Crack
testing
(magnetic
particle)
x
x
x
NOTES

1 Othermodesofdeliveries ifjustified by thequality requirementsof the partseitherfor manufacturing or forenduse, can bespecially agreed to at the time of enquiry and order.

2 For modes permissible.

of deliveries

with hardenability/mechanical

properties

guarantee

minor

variation

from chemical

composition

from

Table 2 is

3 For closer and order.

bands

of hardenability

and acceptance

level of cleanliness

by step down

test, agreement

should

be made at the time of enquiry

4 Cleanliness

ratings

by step down

test/blue

fracture

test is not applicable

to resulphurised

steel.

4 Cleanliness ratings by step down test/blue fracture test is not applicable to resulphurised steel. 7
4 Cleanliness ratings by step down test/blue fracture test is not applicable to resulphurised steel. 7
4 Cleanliness ratings by step down test/blue fracture test is not applicable to resulphurised steel. 7
4 Cleanliness ratings by step down test/blue fracture test is not applicable to resulphurised steel. 7
4 Cleanliness ratings by step down test/blue fracture test is not applicable to resulphurised steel. 7

7

IS 3930

: 1994

 
 

Table

2 Chemical

Composition

 

of Steels

for Flame

and

Induction

Hardening

 
 

( Clauses

7.1, 7.2,

7.3

and

15.1

and Table

1

)

Steel

 

L

Si

Mn

S

P

Cr

 

MO

Ni

V

Designntlon

Percent

Percent

Percent

 

Percent

Percent

Percent

 

Percent

 

Max

 

3OC8

0.27-0.35

0.10-0.35

0.60-0.90

 

0.035

0.035

 

-

-

-

3X8

0.32-0.40

0.10-0.35

0.60-0.90

0.035

0.035

-

-

-

45C8

0.42-0.50

0.10-0.35

0.60-0.90

0.035

0.035

-

-

-

55C6

0.50-0.57

0.10-0.35

0.40-0.70

0.03s

0.035

-

-

-

37Mn6

 

0.32-0.40

0.10-0.035

1.30-1.70

0.035

0.035

-

-

-

47Mn6

0.42-0.50

0.10-0.35

1.30-1.70

0.035

0.035

-

-

-

40Mn15S12

 

0.35-0.45

0.25

Max

1.30-1.70

0.08-0.15

0.035

-

-

-

35Mn6Mo3

0.32-0.40

0.10-0.35

1.30-1.80

 

0.035

0.03s

-

0.20-0.35