By ASM International
A complete advisor to compositions, houses, functionality, and choice of forged irons, carbon and low-alloy steels, instrument steels, stainless steels, and superalloys. includes 1,328 illustrations (photographs, charts, and graphs). greater than 500 tables supply large information for alloy designations, compositions, and mechanical and actual homes.
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In the recommended practice (ASTM A 247), these charts are shown at a magnification of 100×. They have been reduced to one-third size for reproduction here. Type A flake graphite (random orientation) is preferred for most applications. In the intermediate flake sizes, type A flake graphite is superior to other types in certain wear applications such as the cylinders of internal combustion engines. ) and along the surfaces of thicker sections, and sometimes results from poor inoculation. The large flakes of type C flake graphite are typical of kish graphite that is formed in hypereutectic irons.
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00 Copyright ASM International. All Rights Reserved. 00 >50 S (a) All dimensions of test bar by agreement between manufacturer and purchaser Most gray iron castings for general engineering use are specified as either class 25, 30, or 35. Specification A 48 is based entirely on mechanical properties, and the composition that provides the required properties can be selected by the individual producer. ) test bar is required for qualifying, that the same composition will not meet the requirements for class 35.