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The following specifications cover Carbon Steels A105

 ASTM A105 (Forging - Open Die)

 ASTM A695 (B)
 UNS K03504

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Chemistry Data : [top]

There is no chemistry data available for this grade.

Principal Design A 105 is an ASTM specification dealing with

Features forged carbon steel piping components. The 04/04/2011
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steel alloy involved is a low carbon,

manganese and silicon containing steel similar
to AISI 1330, but with lower manganese

Applications This ASTM specification covers carbon steel

forgings for piping applications such as flanges
and fittings

Machinability Machinability is good as for any of the low

alloy steels.

Forming This specification covers forming by forging


Welding The steel covered by this specification is

weldable. Weld procedures used must be
qualified with Section IX of the ASME Boiler
and Pressure Vessel Code.

Heat Treatment Heat treatment is not required except for

flanges or piping components as called out in
ASTM A 105/A section 5.1. When heat
treatment is required it consists of
normalizing at 1550 to 1700 F and air cooled.
Quenching direct from the forging heating
shall be followed by a temper at 1100 F and
air cool.

Forging This is a forging alloy that would be forged at

temperatures in the range of 2200 to 1700 F
followed by quenching and tempering or

Hot Working See "Forging".

Cold Working This specification does not cover cold working

other than machining.

Annealing Annealing may be done by first allowing the

forged parts to cool to below 1000 F and then
reheat to between 1550 and 1700 F followed
by slow furnace cooling. 04/04/2011
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Aging Not applicable.

Tempering Tempering is done at 1100 F followed by air


Hardening See "Heat Treatment" and "Tempering".

Other Physical and mechanical properties are similar

Comments to those for AISI 1330 steel. Consult ASTM
A105 for requirements as to strength and

Physical Data : [top]

Density (lb / cu. in.) 0.284

Specific Gravity 7.9
Specific Heat (Btu/lb/Deg F - 0.107
[32-212 Deg F])
Melting Point (Deg F) 2740
Thermal Conductivity 360
Mean Coeff Thermal Expansion 6.7
Modulus of Elasticity Tension 30
Modulus of Elasticity Torsion 11

Mechanical Data : [top]

There is no Mechnical data available for this grade.

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