Pipeline steel plays an important role in pipeline transportation. How many types of SA514 Grade A, B, E, F asme alloy steel, pipeline steel are there? At present, pipeline steel can be divided into the following four categories according to microstructure. First, pearlitic pipeline steel. The basic components of pearlitic pipeline steel are carbon and manganese, generally speaking, the content is 0.10% - 0.20%, and the manganese content is 1.30% - 1.70%. It is generally produced by hot rolling or normalizing heat treatment process. Second, acicular ferrite pipeline steel. Third, martensitic pipeline steel. Fourth, tempered sorbite pipeline steel.
Fatigue wear often occurs on the rolling or rolling and sliding friction surface of the wear-resistant plate, SA514 Grade A, B, E, F asme alloy steel. Under the action of alternating stress, the soft area of the surface will produce plastic deformation. When the stress exceeds the tensile strength of the material, cracks will appear in the weak places, and the cracks will continue to expand under the effect of stress. When the crack length reaches a certain value, it will cause fracture and cause the phenomenon of pitting and spalling.
Laser cutting SA514 Grade A, B, E, F asme alloy steel has no burr, wrinkle and precision is high. It is superior to plasma cutting. Laser cutting has good cutting quality, narrow cutting width (generally 0.1-0.5m m), high accuracy (generally 0.1-0.4mm hole center distance error, 0.1-0.5mm contour dimension error), good surface roughness (generally Ra is 12.5-25μm), and the SA514 Grade A, B, E, F asme alloy steel cutting seam can be welded without further processing. Fast cutting speed: for example, with 2kW laser power, the cutting speed of 8mm thick carbon steel is 1.6m/min.
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