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FED.STD. .NO.66D -h 8, 1979 SUPEXSEDRfG Fed. Std. NO. 66C ~pfi 18, 1967

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FEDERAL STEEL: CiiEMICfi

STANDARD AND HARDENABILITY

COMPOSITION

S 1. This Federal standard is issued in loose leafform to permit the insertion or removal of new or revised pages. ,S2. All users of Federal standards should keep them up to date by inserting revised or new pages as issued and removing superseded and cancel.led pages. S3. New and revised pages willbe issued under change noticeswhich wiIl be numbered consecutivelyand willbear the date of issuance. Change notices should be retainedand filedin frontof the standard untilsuch time as they are superseded by a reissue of the entirestandard. S4. changes. When a Federal agency considers thatthisstandard does not provide foritsessen -ial needs, written request for changing or adding to the standard, supported by adequate justification, shallbe sent to the Administration. This justilcatk.n shallexplain wherein the standard does not provide for essential needs. The request shallbe sent in duplicateto the General Services Administration,Federal Supply Service, Washington, DC 20406. The Administrationwilldetermine the appropriate actionto be tdsen end will notifythe agency. S5. Confiict with referenced specifications. Where the requirements statedin thisstandard conflict with any requirement in a referenced specification, the requirements of *e st~d=d sha~ aPPIY Na@re of conflict between the standard and the referenced specification shallbe submitted in duplicateto the General Services Administration,Federal Supply Service, Washington, DC 20406.
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Fed.

Std. No. 66D

are available without charge from Business Service Centers at the General Services A dmnistration Regional Officesin Boston, New York, Philadelphia,Washington, DC, Atlanta,Chicago, Kansas City, MO, Fort Worth, Houston, Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Seattle, WA. (FederalGovernment activities may obtaincopies of Federal Specifications, Standards, end Handbooks and the Index of Federal Specifications and Standards from establisheddistribution points in theiragencies.)

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No. 66D

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Fed.Std. No. 66D

FEDERAL STANDARD STEEL: CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND NARDENABILITY

10

SCOPE

This standard, as referenced in the applicable product specifications in procurement documents, contains: (a) A catalog of the standard carbon steels, alloy steels (including E-steels), and stainless and heat-resisting steels that are designated by chemical composition, or (for H-steels) by chemical composition and hardenability limits by reference to standard industry documents. (b) Rules for designating the chemical content of carbon steels, alloy steels, end stainless and heat-resisting steels that q re not classified as standard. 2. CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGNATION OF STEELSBY ~ICAL

COMPOSITION

2.1 Classification. Chemical composition indicates only one aspect of a steel product and is not to be considered as a complete guide to quality and performance. Chemical composition, however, is the most consnon basis for the classification and designation of steels. The precise chemical content, together with the desifed form (bar, sheet, strip, plate, etc.) and the size (primarily cross-sectional area or diameter, will determine whether a given product can be obtained simply by ordering a standard steel, or whether all the requirements must be specified in detail. 2.2 Standard steels. Standard steels have specified compositions and are limited to particular forms and sizes. These steels have individual numerical designations assigned by industry to facilitate ordering, as sham in table 1. The numbers are for identification and are not indicative of quality. The steel numbers wed in this standard are generally Unified Numbering System (UNS) numbers; corresponding American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) numbers and Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) numbers are included for further information. In general, standard steels are used more often and are more readily available than other compositions.

2.3 Former standard steels. These steels were formerly listed as standard steels in previous editions of this standard and the AISI manuals but, because of decreased usage, they hve been placed in separate tables in the referenced documents.

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2.4 Nonstandard steels. Nonstandard steels are steels which do not fall into the category of standard steels because of differences In their composition. These unlisted steels must be ordered by specifying the chemical content in accordance with established ranges and limits. 2.5 H-steels. A number of alloy steels, identified by the prefix or suffix letter H to the steel number, may be designated by a combination of hardenability and composition. The hardenability data compiled for each of these steels, have been derived from extensive standard (Jominy) endquench hardenabllity testing, and have been incorporated into composite graphs. Each graph has two curves, plotted from the maximum and minimum hardness values reported for l/l&inch distances from the quenched end of a standard one-inch df,~ter specimen. The band created by these two curves defines the hardness limits for that composition. Hardenability bands and directions for their use i.nspecifying E-steels are explained in 7.2.

2.5.1 Chemical composition limits. The chemical composition limits of the H-steels have been modified so~what from the ranges or limits applicable to the same grades when specified by chemical composition only so that steel producers will be able to meet a common standard of hardenability limits. The modifications permit adjustments in manufacturing range of chemical composition to correct for individual plant meltlng characteristics which might othetise influence the levels and widths of the hardenability bands. The modifications are not great enough to influence the general characteristics of the original compositions of the series under consideration. 3. VERIFICATION OF CHR41CAL COMPOSITION
3.1 Definitions. 3.11 Cast or heat analysis. Cast or heat analysis is the determination of the chemical composition of a melt, blow, or heat of steel as represented by samples obtained from the first part or middle part of the heat during pouring of the steel from a ladle. This analysis is representative of the product of a heat of steel as delivered and as reported to the purchaser. 3.1.2 Product analysis. Product analysis is a chemical analysis of steel in the semifinished or finished product form. The steel can be subjected to product analysis by the purchaser either for the purpose of verifying that the chemical composition is within specified limits for each element, includlng applicable tolerance for product analysis, or to determ.lne variation in composition within a heat or lot; it is not used to confirm previous results. The results of analyses representing different locations in the same piece or taken from different pieces of a heat or lot may differ, within permissible limits, from each other and from the cast or heat analysis.

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3.1.3
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A melt?~of steel

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metallic

output

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3*2 ~. u~ess otherwise Specified in the contract or order, sampling procedures for cast or heat analysis will be in accordance with stand~ industry practice. Usually, at least three samples are taken representing the first, middle, and last portions of the heat. Drillings taken from the first sqle or middle samplqare used in determining cast or heat unalysls. fieadtition~ samples are used for stu%ey of unifomity and for control purposes.

cast 0r heat -siq. The chemical composition specified ~ 3.3 for cast or heat analysis is shown by percentages of the elements, erpressed as minimum or maximum limits or as ranges. With the exception of phosphorus and sulfur, all elements are reported to two decimals. ~osphorus and sulfur, up to 0.060 percent inclusive, are usually reported to three decimals; above 0.060 percent they are usually reported to two decimals. Values are ~rmally rounded off to the nearest hundredth percent. in~ for DrOdU ct analvs~ . In sampling for product analysis, 3.4 each heat of steel in a lot is considered separately unless otherwise specified. The nwiber of samples selected for analysis is usually indicated by the applicable product specification. Because of segregation, the location at which samples for product analysis are obtained is important. Product analysis must be performed on steel in the condition received from the pducer because steel subjected to subsequent heating operations may not yield a-~lytical results that correctly represent the original composition. The de. tafied procedures for obtaining product analysis chips or drillings (samples) for various forms and sizes of the product are shown in table 2. Individual determinations may vary formodu ct ~ 3.5 ~ces from the specified limits or ranges to the extent shown in the applicable product analysis tables, but the several determinations of any element in a heat may not va~ both ,aboveand below the specified range.
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&cause of a characteristic lack of uniformity, no product analysis is ordinarily required for carbon, phosphorus, ad sulfur in rimmed or capped steels, nor for phosphorus and sulfur in rephosphorized or resulphurized steels, unless misapplication (error in identification) is clearly indicated. 4. CAREON STEEL COMFUSITIONS 6

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4.1 Description. The chemical composition, ranges and limits, and product analysis tolerances for carbon steels are covered in tables contained in the Steel Products Manual published by the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). The applicable sections of the Manual,coverf.ngthe available forms, are as follows: (a) (b) Carbon Steel Strip

Carbon Sheet Steel (Coils and Cut Lengths)

(c) Wire and Rods, Carbon Steel (d) Carbon Steel: Plates; Structural Shapes; Rolled Floor Plates; Steel Sheet Piling (e) Carbon Steel: Semifinished for Forging; Hot Rolled and Cold Finished Bars; Hot Rolled Deformed Concrete Reinforcing Bars (f) Steel Specialty Tubular Products 4.1.1 Bars, semifinished products, wire rods, wire, and seamless tubin~. Standard carbon steels are available as bars, and as semifinished products (blooms, billets , and slabs) for forging. Standard carbon steels are also available as wire rods, wire, and seamless tubing. In addition, a small number of carbon steels have been developed exclusively for both seamless and welded tubing. 4.1.2 Plates, sheet, strip, structural shapes, and welded tubing. Chemical composition for carbon steel plates, sheet, strip, structural shapes, and welded tubfng are ordered by one of two methods: (a) The steel may be designated as one of the standard SAEnonresulphurized carbon steels developed exclusively for these forms. (b) The chemical content may be ordered in accordance with applicable lb AIS1 ranges and limlts. The standard SAE nonresulphurized carbon steels for plates, sheet, strip, shapes, and welded tubing are identified by the same four-digit numbers used to identify the standard AISI-SAE steels for bars, semifinished products, wire rods, wire, and seamless tubing. However, comparable compositions from both groups are not identical despite identification numbers; they differ in the range of content shown for particular elements (usually carbon). Therefore, in ordering, specify the identification number, the form desired (sheet, strip, etc.), and the prefix designation WE.

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Fed. Std. No. 66D

FIcuac1. Drill locations for obtaining product analysis saIEplcs .

5.

STAINLESS AND HEAT-RESISTING STEEL COHPOSITIONS

5.1 Forms. Stainless and heat-resisting steels specified by composition are ordered as standard steels and are available as bars, as semifinished products (blooms, billets, and slabs) 4 inches square or larger, and as plates, shapes, sheet, strip, and wire. 5.2 Description. The chemical composition and product analysis tolerances for stainless and heat-resisting steels are covered in tables contained in the Steel Products Manual published by AISI. The applicable section of the Manual is titled Stainless and Heat Resisting Steels. 6. ALLOY STEEL COMPOSITIONS Standard alloy steels, ordered by identification number, are 6.1 FO~S. available as bars, billets, blooms, and slabs. They are generally also available as shapes, sheet, strip, wire, and seamless tubing. Some producers may not furnish standard alloy steels in all of these forms, or they may accept orders only if based on specifying such forms as other-than-standard steels.

6.2 Description. The chemical composition, ranges and limits, and product analysis tolerances for alloy steels are covered in tables contained in the Steel Products Manual published by AISI. The applicable sections of the Manual, covering the available forms, are as follows:
(a) Alloy Steel Sheets and Strip (b) Wire and Rods, Alloy Steel 6.3 Unlisted alloy steels. Unlisted alloy steels include: . .

(a) Semifinished products (blooms, billets, and slabs) that exceed 200 square inches in cross-sectional area.

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(b) Basic forms (bars, semifinished products, plates, shapes, sheet, strip, wire, and seamless tubing) ordered in compositions that are not standard, i.e. the percentages of some of the elements are outside of the chemical composition ranges shown in the tables for standard alloy steels. 7. STANDARD H-STEELS .

7.1 Identification. H-steels are comprised of standard steels manufactured to fine-grain steel practices and available as bars, billets, blooms, and slabs, or seamless tubing. These steels are ordered by identification numbers including the prefix or suffix letter H as well as by hardenability limits selected In accordance with 7.2. Chemical composition for other sizes and forms, as well as hardenability limits for coarse-grain steels must be negotiated between the procuring agency and the contractor. The chemical compositionsof standard E-steels are covered in Volume I of the SAEll~dbook published by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and in the following sections of the Steel Products Manual published by AISI: (a) Wire and Rod, Alloy Steel
(b)

Alloy Steel:

Semifinished; Hot Rolled and Cold Finished Bars

7.2 Hardenability bands. Typical hardenabf.lity band limits are shown graphically and as tabulations in Figure 2. In graphic form, the horizontal coordinate represents the distance from the quenched end of the standard (Jominy one-inch, end-quench hardenability) test bar, while the vertical coordinate represents the Rockwell C hardness values derived from the test data. In tabular form, one column represents the distance away from the quenched end of the standard test bar, while two other columns indicate the minimum and maximum Rockwell C hardness values for each distance. Hardenability band limits for all H-steels are contained in Volume 1 of the SAE Handbook published by SAE and in the following sections of.the Steel
Products Manual published by AISI:

(a) Wire and Rod, Nloy (b) Alloy Steel:

Steel

Semifinished; Hot Rolled and Cold Finished Bars.

The graphs are used for estimating the hardness values obtainable at various deptha, and also for comparing hardenability. To ensure accuracy and uniformity, the tabular values are used for specifying hardenability limits. Hardenability limits are specified as a range; hence two or more values are selected to designate the desired hardenability. The preferable method is to designate only two values from the hardenability table. There are four methods of designating the two values, depending on known design requirements. Figure 2 illustrates each of the four methods of designating hardenability.

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Fed. Std. Nol 66D

In cases where it is necessary to specify more than two points on the


hardenability band (exclusive of the maximum and mf.nimumlimits at a distance of 1/16 in.), a tolerance of two points Rockwell *Cover any small portion of either curve (except at a distance of 1/16 in.) is customary. This tolerance is necessary because tunes of individual heats vary somethat in shape from the standard band limits and thus deviate slightly at one or more positions in the full length of the curves. This method, however, may result in procurement difficulties and higher costs because of the additional problems in producing heats of H-steel so that all hardness values will fall within the standard band. When an E-steel is specified, the contractor will report to the procuring agency the herdenebility characteristics of each heat of steel supplied. The hardanabllity will be shown by hardness values at the specified reference points. Wwever, if the full H-band la specified, hardness values will be shown at the following distances from the quenched end of a standard test specimen: 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2, 1-3/4, and 2 inches. Values below 20 Rochell C are not specified because such values are below the normal range of the C scale. The hardenability will be detemlned from either a cast, rolled, or forged bar tested in accordance with the end-quench hardenability test described in ASTM A255, End-Quench Test for Hardenebility .of Steel.

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Fed.

Std.

No.

66D

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