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Publication time of the third edition of the Handbook of Common Metal Materials: The content of the 2015 edition "Handbook of Common Metal Materials (3rd Edition)" is divided into two volumes. The first volume is ferrous metal materials, including: pig iron, ferroalloy, cast iron, cast steel, non-alloy steel, alloy steel, and processed products: section steel, plate, pipe, wire, belt, wire rope, and commonly used welding materials. The second volume is non-ferrous metal materials, including: cast alloys, copper, aluminum, tin, lead, nickel, zinc, magnesium and their alloys, rare light metals, rare high-melting metals, precious metals, rare earth metals and their alloys, powder metallurgy materials and products , Semi-metals and semiconductors. The materials used in the Handbook of Common Metal Materials (3rd Edition) are mainly taken from the currently valid standards, the ferrous metallurgy industry standard (YB) and the non-ferrous metal industry standard (YS), which are informative and reliable. The Manual of Common Metal Materials (3rd Edition) can be used by technicians and workers engaged in engineering design, manufacturing, and maintenance in various departments such as machinery, metallurgy, mining, petroleum, chemical industry, light industry, construction, textile, etc. Teachers, students, and sales and purchase staff of relevant colleges and universities for reference.
Catalogue Part 1 Ferrous Materials
1.1 Comprehensive steel products
1.1.1 Representation of steel product grades
1.1.2 Allowable deviation of chemical composition of finished steel
1.1.3 Steel Classification
1.1.4 Classification of Steel Products
1.1.5 Steel product marking code
1.1.6 Unified digital code system for steel and alloy grades
1.1.7 Classification and Grades of Rapidly Quenched Metals
1.2 Pig iron and ferroalloys
1.2.1 pig iron
1.2.1.1 Definition and classification of pig iron
1.2.1.2 Pig iron for steelmaking
1.2.1.3 Pig iron for foundry
1.2.1.4 Pig iron for ductile iron
1.2.1.5 Decarbonized low phosphorus granular iron
1.2.1.6 Vanadium-containing pig iron
1.2.1.7 Nickel-containing pig iron
1.2.1.8 Phosphorus copper titanium low alloy wear-resistant pig iron for foundry
1.2.1.9 Water Mist Pure Iron Powder and Alloy Steel Powder for Powder Metallurgy
1.2.1.10 micron carbonyl iron powder
1.2.2 Ferroalloy
1.2.2.1 Ferroalloy product grade indication method
1.2.2.2 Ferrosilicon, low-carbon ferrosilicon
1.2.2.3 Metal manganese, electrolytic metal manganese
1.2.2.4 Iron phosphate
1.2.2.5 Metal chromium, high purity metal chromium
1.2.2.6 Fe-Ti
1.2.2.7 Silicon calcium alloy
1.2.2.8 Iron Tungsten
1.2.2.9 Ferro Molybdenum
1.2.2.10 Ferromanganese, micro-carbon ferromanganese
1.2.2.11 Manganese-silicon alloy
1.2.2.12 Silicon chromium alloy
1.2.2.13 Rare-earth silicon-iron alloy
1.2.2.14 Rare-earth magnesium-silicon-iron alloy
1.2.2.15 Ferrovanadium
1.2.2.16 Molybdenum oxide block
1.2.2.17 Iron Boron
1.2.2.18 Ferrochrome, high nitrogen ferrochrome
1.2.2.19 FeNb
1.2.2.20 Vanadium-nitrogen alloy
1.2.2.21 Ferronickel
1.2.2.22 Vanadium slag
1.2.2.23 Silicon aluminum alloy
1.2.2.24 Silicon Barium Aluminum Alloy
1.2.2.25 Silicon calcium barium aluminum alloy
1.2.2.26 Silicon-barium alloy
1.2.2.27 Low titanium high carbon ferrochrome
1.2.2.28 Iron Silicon Nitride
1.2.2.29 Micro and low carbon manganese-silicon alloy
1.2.2.30 cored wire
1.3 Cast iron and cast steel
1.3.1 Cast iron
1.3.1.1 Representation of cast iron grades
1.3.1.2 Gray cast iron
1.3.1.3 Ductile iron
1.3.1.4 Malleable cast iron
1.3.1.5 Heat-resistant cast iron parts
1.3.1.6 Anti-wear white cast iron
1.3.1.7 High Silicon Corrosion Resistant Cast Iron
1.3.1.8 Chrome manganese tungsten series wear-resistant cast iron
1.3.1.9 Austempered Ductile Iron Castings
1.3.1.10 Compacted graphite iron
1.3.1.11 Exhaust manifold cast iron
1.3.1.12 Austenitic cast iron
1.3.2 Cast steel
1.3.2.1 Representation method of cast steel grade
1.3.2.2 Cast carbon steel parts for general engineering
1.3.2.3 Steel castings for welded structures
1.3.2.4 Low-alloy steel castings for general engineering and structure
1.3.2.5 Medium and high strength stainless steel castings for engineering structures
1.3.2.6 General purpose corrosion resistant steel castings
1.3.2.7 Austenitic manganese steel castings
1.3.2.8 General purpose heat-resistant steel and alloy castings
1.3.2.9 Wear-resistant steel castings
1.3.2.10 Wear-resistant composite castings
1.3.2.11 Wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant steel castings
1.4 Non-alloyed steel
1.4.1 Carbon structural steel
1.4.2 High-quality carbon structural steel
1.4.3 Free-cutting structural steel
1.4.4 Non-quenched and tempered mechanical structural steel
1.4.5 Carbon tool steel
1.5 alloy steel
1.5.1 Effect of alloying elements on steel properties
1.5.2 Low-alloy high-strength structural steel
1.5.3 Alloy structural steel
1.5.4 Alloy tool steel
1.5.5 Spring steel
1.5.6 Bearing steel
1.5.7 Stainless steel rod
1.5.8 Heat-resistant steel rod
1.5.9 High-speed tool steel
1.6 Special steel
1.6.1 Weathering structural steel
1.6.2 Guaranteed Hardenability Structural Steel
1.6.3 Steel for cold heading and cold extrusion
1.6.4 Steel for steam turbine blades (GB / T8732—2014)
1.7 section steel
1.7.1 Round steel, square steel, flat steel, hexagonal steel and octagonal steel
1.7.1.1 Hot rolled steel bars
1.7.1.2 Cold drawn round steel, square steel and hexagonal steel
1.7.1.3 Forged steel rod
1.7.1.4 Stainless steel cold-worked steel rod
1.7.1.5 Cold-drawn steel of high-quality structural steel
1.7.1.6 Silver bright steel
1.7.1.7 Steel and alloy rods for gas valves of internal combustion engines
1.7.2 Flat steel
1.7.2.1 High-quality structural steel cold-drawn flat steel
1.7.2.2 Flat steel for plastic molds
1.7.3 Hot rolled section steel
1.7.4 Cold-formed steel
1.7.4.1 Cold-formed steel
1.7.4.2 General cold-formed open section steel
1.8 Wire rod
1.8.1 Hot rolled wire rod
1.8.2 Steel wire rod for welding
1.8.3 Low-carbon steel hot-rolled wire rod
1.8.4 High-quality carbon steel hot-rolled wire rod
1.8.5 Hot-rolled wire rod for oil quenched and tempered spring steel wire
1.8.6 Stainless Steel Wire Rod
1.8.7 Wire for non-alloy steel
1.8.8 Hot-rolled wire rod for prestressed steel wire and strand
1.8.9 Hot-rolled wire rod for prestressed concrete steel bars
1.8.10 Carbon steel hot rolled round steel and wire rod for standard parts
1.8.11 Wire rod for steel cord
1.8.12 Hot-rolled wire rod for cold-rolled ribbed steel bars
1.8.13 Cold rolled steel wire rod
1.9 Steel plates and strips
1.9.1 Sheet steel
1.9.1.1 Cold rolled steel plates and strips
1.9.1.2 Hot rolled steel plates and strips
1.9.1.3 General requirements for surface quality of hot-rolled steel sheet
1.9.1.4 Stainless steel and heat-resistant steel grades and chemical composition
1.9.1.5 Hot-rolled and cold-rolled thin steel plates and strips of high-quality carbon structural steel
1.9.1.6 Hot rolled and cold rolled steel sheet and strip
1.9.1.7 Cold rolled and hot rolled steel plates and strips for enamel
1.9.1.8 Continuous hot-dip coated steel plate and steel strip
1.9.1.9 Continuous hot-dip galvanized steel sheet and strip
1.9.1.10 Hot continuous rolling low carbon steel plate and steel strip
1.9.1.11 spring steel hot rolled steel plate
1.9.1.12 alloy structural steel sheet
1.9.1.13 Stainless steel cold and hot rolled steel plates and strips
1.9.1.14 Heat-resistant steel plate and strip
1.9.1.15 Cold rolled steel plates and strips for home appliances
1.9.2 Thick steel plate
1.9.2.1 Hot-rolled thick steel plate and strip of high-quality carbon structural steel
1.9.2.2 Hot-rolled thick steel plate and strip of carbon structural steel and low-alloy structural steel
1.9.2.3 Hot-rolled checkered steel plate and strip
1.9.2.4 Steel plates for boilers and pressure vessels
1.9.2.5 Low alloy steel plate for low temperature pressure vessels
1.9.2.6 Quenched and tempered high-strength steel plate for pressure vessels
1.9.2.7 Thickness direction performance steel plate
1.9.2.8 9% Ni steel plate for low temperature pressure vessels
1.9.2.9 Stainless steel plate and strip for pressure equipment
1.9.2.10 High-strength wear-resistant steel plate for construction machinery
1.9.2.11 Steel plates and strips for welding gas cylinders
1.9.2.12 Hot-rolled thick steel plate for alloy structural steel
1.9.2.13 quenched and tempered steel plate for high-strength structure
1.9.2.14 hot-rolled steel plate for plastic mold
1.9.2.15 High-strength steel with low welding crack sensitivity
1.9.2.16 Heat-treated steel plate for ultra-high strength structures
1.9.2.17 Sulfuric acid resistant dew point corrosion steel plate and steel strip
1.9.2.18 Carbon steel and low alloy steel plate for nuclear power plant
1.9.2.19 steel plate for offshore platform structure
1.9.2.20 Structural steel plate for wind power tower
1.9.3 Composite steel plate and strip
1.9.3.1 Stainless steel composite steel plate and strip
1.9.3.2 Hot-rolled stainless steel composite steel plate for pressure vessels
1.9.3.3 Steel strip for steel-aluminum composite
1.9.4 Steel strip
1.9.4.1 Cold rolled and hot rolled strips of carbon structural steel
1.9.4.2 Cold rolled and hot rolled steel strips of high quality carbon structural steel
1.9.4.3 Cold rolled steel strip of mild steel
1.9.4.4 Stainless steel cold-rolled steel strip for spring
1.9.4.5 Steel strip for packaging
1.9.4.6 Stainless steel cold-rolled steel strip for color picture tube spring
1.9.4.7 Cold rolled steel strip for cored wire
1.9.4.8 Cold rolled steel strip for diode
1.9.4.9 Cold rolled steel strip for antistatic floor
1.9.4.10 Cold rolled steel strip
1.9.4.1l cold rolled steel strip with width less than 600mm
1.10 steel pipe
1.10.1 Seamless steel pipe
1.10.1.1 Seamless Steel Pipe
1.10.1.2 Seamless steel tubes for structural and fluid transport
1.10.1.3 Seamless steel tubes for low and medium pressure boilers
1.10.1.4 Seamless steel tubes for high pressure boilers
1.10.1.5 Seamless steel pipe for high-pressure fertilizer equipment
1.10.1.6 Cold drawn or cold rolled precision seamless steel pipe
1.10.1.7 Stainless steel seamless steel tube for structure
1.10.1.8 Seamless steel pipe for high pressure feed water heater
1.10.1.9 Stainless steel seamless steel pipe for fluid transport
1.10.1.10 Stainless steel seamless steel tubes for boilers and heat exchangers
1.10.1.11 Stainless steel ultra-thin wall seamless steel pipe
1.10.1.12 seamless steel tube for gas cylinder
1.10.1.13 seamless steel pipe for drilling
1.10.1.14 Austenitic-ferritic duplex stainless steel seamless steel pipe
1.10.1.15 Forged boring thick wall seamless steel pipe for high temperature
1.10.1.16 Austenitic stainless steel u-shaped seamless steel pipe for water heater
1.10.1.17 Carbon steel and alloy steel seamless steel tubes for nuclear power plants
1.10.1.18 Austenitic stainless steel seamless steel tubes for nuclear power plant heat exchangers
1.10.1.19 Carbon steel and carbon-manganese steel seamless steel tubes for ships
1.10.1.20 High-pressure alloy steel pipe for polyethylene
1.10.1.21 Hot-rolled seamless steel pipe for hydraulic props
1.10.1.22 Corrosion-resistant alloy seamless steel pipe for heat exchanger
1.10.1.23 Alloy steel seamless steel pipe for seawater transportation
1.10.1.24 Seamless steel tube for crane boom
1.10.1.25 Large diameter austenitic stainless steel seamless steel pipe
1.10.1.26 Large diameter alloy structural steel and carbon structural steel seamless steel pipe for fluid transportation
1.10.2 Shaped seamless steel pipe
1.10.2.1 Cold drawn shaped steel pipe
1.10.2.2 Special-shaped and round seamless steel tubes for axles
1.10.3 Welded steel pipes
1.10.3.1 Welded steel pipes
1.10.3.2 Welded steel pipes for low-pressure fluid transport
1.10.3.3 LSAW Steel Pipe
1.10.3.4 Welded steel pipes for deep well pumps
1.10.3.5 Stainless steel welded steel pipes for mechanical structures
1.10.3.6 Stainless steel welded steel pipes for fluid transport
1.10.3.7 Cold-drawn precision single-layer welded steel pipe
1.10.3.8 LSAW steel pipe for structural use
1.10.3.9 Austenitic stainless steel welded steel pipes for boilers and heat exchangers
1.10.3.10 Welded steel pipes for boilers and heat exchangers
1.10.3.11 Ferritic stainless steel welded steel pipes for heat exchangers and condensers
1.10.3.12 Ferritic and austenitic stainless steel welded steel pipes for water heaters
1.10.3.13 Austenitic-ferritic duplex stainless steel welded steel pipe
1.10.3.14 Stainless steel welded steel pipes for water supply
1.10.3.15 Double-welded cold-formed square and rectangular steel pipes
1.10.3.16 Austenitic stainless steel welded steel pipes for nuclear power plants
1.10.3.17 Weather-resistant welded steel pipes for structures
1.10.4 Composite Steel Pipe
1.10.4.1 Stainless steel composite steel pipe for structure
1.10.4.2 Steel-plastic composite pipe
1.10.4.3 Composite seamless steel tubes for pressure
1.10.4.4 Metallurgical composite bimetal seamless steel pipe for fluid transport
1.11 cast iron pipe
1.11.1 Grey Cast Iron Pipe Fittings
1.11.2 Continuous cast iron pipe
1.12 Wire
1.12.1 Steel Wire Synthesis
1.12.1.1 Classification of steel wires
1.12.1.2 Cold-drawn round steel wire, square wire, hexagonal wire
1.12.2 Carbon steel wire
1.12.2.1 General purpose low carbon steel wire
1.12.3 High-quality carbon steel wire
1.12.3.1 High-quality carbon structural steel wire
1.12.3.2 Cold heading steel wire
1.12.3.3 Cold-drawn carbon spring steel wire
1.12.3.4 Carbon spring wire for important uses
1.12.3.5 Trapezoidal wire for spring washers
1.12.3.6 Carbon tool wire
1.12.4 Alloy steel wire
1.12.4.1 Alloy structural steel wire
1.12.4.2 High-speed tool wire
1.12.4.3 Alloy spring steel wire
1.12.5 Stainless steel wire
1.12.5.1 stainless steel wire
1.12.5.2 Stainless steel wire for cold forging
1.12.5.3 Stainless Spring Wire
1.12.5.4 Stainless steel wire for spokes
1.12.5.5 Stainless steel wire for electrolytic polishing
1.13 wire rope
1.13.1 Sealed wire rope
1.13.2 Steel wire rope for conveyor belt
1.13.3 Wire rope for ropeway
1.14 Steel for the petroleum industry
1.14.1 Wide and thick steel plate for oil and gas pipelines
1.14.2 Steel plates for oil and gas transmission pipe fittings
1.14.3 Hot rolled wide steel strip for oil and gas pipelines
1.14.4 Seamless Steel Pipe for Petroleum Cracking
1.14.5 Shaped and round seamless steel pipes for petroleum derricks
1.15 Steel for Power Industry
1.15.1 Electromagnetic pure iron
1.15.2 Cold rolled oriented and non-oriented electrical steel strip (sheet)
1.15.3 Semi-process cold-rolled non-oriented electrical steel strip
1.15.4 High magnetic cold rolled non-oriented electrical steel strip (sheet)
1.15.5 Steel plates and strips with specified magnetic and mechanical properties
1.15.6 Carbon steel wire for fiber optic cable reinforcement
1.16 Steel for the automotive industry
1.16.1 Cold-formed steel for automobiles
1.16.2 Quenched steel rod for automobile crankshaft
1.16.3 Cold rolled low carbon steel plate and strip
1.16.4 Low carbon and phosphorus high strength cold rolled steel plates and strips for automobiles
1.16.5 Cold-rolled sheet steel and strip of hot-dipped lead-tin alloy carbon steel
1.16.6 High-strength cold-rolled steel plates and strips for automobiles
1.16.7 High-strength hot-rolled steel plates and strips for automobiles
1.16.8 Hot rolled steel plates and strips for automotive wheels
1.16.9 Seamless steel pipe for automobile axle shaft casing
1.16.10 seamless steel tubes for automobile semi-trailer axles
1.16.11 Electric welded steel pipe for transmission shaft
1.17 Steel for construction and bridges
1.17.1 Construction steel
1.17.1.1 Hot rolled steel bars for reinforced concrete
1.17.1.2 Excess heat treated steel bars for reinforced concrete
1.17.1.3 Cold rolled ribbed bars
1.17.1.4 Rebar for prestressed concrete
1.17.1.5 Steel rods for prestressed concrete
1.17.1.6 Steel wire for prestressed concrete
1.17.1.7 Stainless Steel Stranded Wire
1.17.1.8 Hot-rolled H-beams and split T-beams
1.17.1.9 Low yield strength steel plate for building
1.17.1.10 Steel plates and strips for refractory structures
1.17.1.11 Cold-formed steel sheet pile
1.17.1.12 Welded steel pipes for construction scaffolding
1.17.2 Bridge Steel
1.17.2.1 Structural steel for bridges
1.17.2.2 Hot-dip galvanized steel wire for bridge cables
1.17.2.3 Low-carbon hot-dip galvanized round steel wire for bridge main cable winding
1.17.2.4 Epoxy coated steel wire for cables
1.18 Common welding materials
1.18.1 Welding electrodes
1.18.1.1 Technical conditions, product types, dimensions, tolerances and markings for welding materials
1.18.1.2 Non-alloy steel and fine grain steel electrodes
1.18.1.3 Heat-resistant steel electrode
1.18.1.4 Stainless steel electrode
1.18.1.5 Nickel and nickel alloy electrodes
1.18.2 Welding wire
1.18.2.1 Low alloy steel flux-cored wire
1.18.2.2 Carbon steel and low alloy steel welding wire for gas shielded arc welding
1.18.2.3 Copper and copper alloy welding wire
1.18.2.4 Aluminum and aluminum alloy welding wires
1.18.2.5 Nickel and nickel alloy welding wire
1.18.2.6 Magnesium alloy welding wire
1.18.3 Solder
1.18.3.1 Copper-based solder
1.18.3.2 Silver solder
1.18.3.3 Nickel-based solder
1.18.3.4 Aluminum based solder
1.18.3.5 Cast tin-lead solder

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