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gh600hot rolled forgedbar


Thickness: 6mm to 350mm
Length: 200mm to 18000mm
Payment terms: L/C, T/T

Commitment: If we have no the size in stock, it takes about 20 days for us to produce the gh600hot rolled forgedbar for you if the quantity can be more than 10 tons.

Describe:Hot rolled steel strip with JIS standard SPHC - shenda-steel…Hot rolled steel strip with JIS standard SPHC,US $ 310 - 490 / Metric Ton, AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB

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  1. gh600hot rolled forgedbar Rolled vs Forged Bar - Metal and Metallurgy engineering ...

    A forged bar is produced by taking an ingot or bloom and forging it down to size by, generally, two opposing flat dies. With a rolled bar, the ingot or bloom is brought to size by passing it through two rolls, often several sets of rolls.

    At our shop something that is subsequently forged must be made from bar with a minimum 5:1 reduction ratio from the original ingot, bloom, or billet. If the product is to be machined directly from bar with no subsequent working we require 10:1. Check the data on the mill cert and report the reduction ratio to your customer. If your rolled bar has a high enough RR that might be acceptable.
    A forged bar is produced by taking an ingot or bloom and forging it down to size by, generally, two opposing flat dies. With a rolled bar, the ingot or bloom is brought to size by passing it through two rolls, often several sets of rolls. In general, forging produces more hot work through the thickness of the bar that rolling will. At least, many will believe it does. Depending on the size of the bar, there are some rolled bars produced by continuous casting mills that may have very little rolling/forging reduction, which can have a negative effect on the mechanical properties. Generally, this is controlled by specifying the amount of reduction required, but perhaps your customer has other concerns as well. The important thing is that your customer will not accept the rolled bar and wants a forged bar. Why is really not the issue. Most steel mills will be specific that their product is a "rolled bar". You will probably need to find an open die forging operation to obtain a forged bar. You can google Scot Forge for a start.
    It boils down to reduction ratio for end product use by your client.
    It may also depend upon the grade of steel in question. For bars that contain a significant amount of primary carbides, the forging process (if performed properly) effectively breaks up any inherent segregation from the original casting so that the carbide distribution becomes more uniform throughout the material. And it does this in three dimensions. A rolling operation on the other hand tends to deform the material only in the rolling direction. Any segregation that is present follows these flow lines in the material. And this can create what is referred to as "streak", or heavy banding of the carbide particles. This is an undesirable condition for some applications because it can lead to lower material toughness, duplex grain size, machining and grinding difficulties, etc. In some mills, the forging of the original castings into intermediate products known as blooms is then followed by rolling to the final size and geometry. I would check to see if this is the case here. If it is, then your customer should be happy. If not, then you need to address their quality concerns. Maui www.EngineeringMetallurgy.com
    Just in case anyone would like a more visual understanding of the various bar forging and rolling processes, here are some good images that I found: Conventional open die forging at Akmetal in Turkey http://www.akmetal.com/images/p1b.JPG State-of-the-art open die forging at Timken Faircrest http://www.france-metallurgie.com/wp-content/Timke... Radial forging at ATI Allvac http://businessclimate.com/sites/default/files/ima... another example of radial forging http://www.samkimc.co.kr/bbs/data/file/01/35475925... State-of-the-art bar hot rolling mill (Daniel Morgårdshammar) http://www.danieli.com/var/danieli/storage/images/... close-up of roll http://www.danieli.com/var/danieli/storage/images/...
    Hi everyone, Thanks for your input, it means a lot... dbooker, metengr - the "rolled" bar that we planned on using has a 7:1 reduction ratio, 5.5" OD round bar. We spoke to the mill who provided the bar. They said that they only make forged bar down to about a 6.5" OD. They said that as you reduce bar size, they roll their bar, as it is a much easier method. Forging may damage the bar and make it difficult to hold the bar size tolerances ASTM specs demand. Maui - It is 316/L bar, so I don't think there is too much to worry about in terms of carbides, but that is some insightful input. Yeah it seems the providing mill (along with many others I understand) forges the ingots/billets and rolls them to final size. We joke that if we heated the bar up to temperature and whacked it on an open die hammer a couple times, it qualifies as "forged" bar, even though it would be probably be making the bar worse.
    TVP, that first image you posted from AK Steel appears on page 123 in my book where I talk about ingot breakdown during forging. Maui www.EngineeringMetallurgy.com
    Hi everyone, Does anyone know of any good research that has been done to support rolled bar over forged bar, or that they are at least both similar and acceptable practices for quality product?
    There is one item which has not been discussed and that is the finished product form. In some cases, final product application may require a forging over rolled bar to reduce machining costs and to provide certain mechanical properties. Again, for proper comparison you need to know the end use to determine which would be the preferred hot working method. You should discuss this with your client.
    Rolled material can maintain a tendency to curve or bend in futher processing such as any form of heat treating. Thomas J. Walz Carbide Processors, Inc. www.carbideprocessors.com Good engineering starts with a Grainger Catalog.
    Forging DefinitionsMay 05, 2011
    Forging vs Rolled SteelJan 03, 2010
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  2. gh600hot rolled forgedbar What is the difference between a forged bar and a rolled ...

    A forged bar is produced by taking an ingot or bloom and forging it down to size by, generally, two opposing flat dies. With a rolled bar, the ingot or bloom is brought to size by passing it through two rolls, often several sets of rolls.

  3. gh600hot rolled forgedbar Scot Forge | Forged Steel Bars - Forged Bar

    Scot Forge produces guaranteed sound-centered round, square, hex or flat forged bars of weights up to 300,000 lbs. in ferrous and non-ferrous materials. With no minimums for stocking grades, Scot Forge will help you deliver whether you need one bar or a truckload. ... Forged and Rolled: 3/8" over finish size +1/8", -0: hot-rolled surface: Rough ...

  4. gh600hot rolled forgedbar Steel Forming Process: Hot Rolled, Cold Rolled, Forging ...

    Steel Forming Process: Hot Rolled, Cold Rolled, Forging & Casting Search for: When choosing a steel materials for a job, it is important to know the difference between the different types of steel grades, steel process available, how it is used and the advantages of including it in …

  5. gh600hot rolled forgedbar Large bar soundness | Forged-Rolled | TimkenSteel

    Forged-Rolled Process for Large Bar Soundness by TimkenSteel | August 22, 2016 ... leaving off the abundance of small reduction cosmetic passes required in a completely forged bar. Then, final size and shape uniformity is achieved using our two rolling mills, which are much better suited to special bar quality (SBQ) dimensional control than an ...

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    Our stocked line of carbon, alloy and stainless grade rolled and forged bar stock have enabled us over the years, to become a strong supply chain source for many of the OEM’s, job shops and manufacturers of oil and gas equipment.

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    Hot rolled bars. Hot Rolled Steel bar is widely used for all general fabrication and repairs in industrial maintenance, agricultural implements, transportation equipment, etc.: Hot rolled bars process. Hot rolling is a mill process which involves rolling the steel at a high temperature (typically at a temperature over 1700° F), which is above the steel’s recrystallization temperature.

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    Hot rolled steel bar is produced from iron ore or most commonly from recycled scrap metal in electric arc furnaces. Temperatures nearing 3,000 F liquefy the scrap …

  9. gh600hot rolled forgedbar Steel Bars Combine Forging and Rolling - News & Views ...

    > Steel bars combine forging and rolling. Steel Bars Combine Forging and Rolling . ... Illinois, company has introduced a forged bar that is round to one-half of the AISI tolerance for hot rolled bar. Trade named Tartan Bar, the material is produced in diameters of 6 to 16 1/4 in. and lengths from 8.8 to 30 ft. by a new automated bar mill that ...

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    Hot Rolled Flat Bar Steel Bar - Shanghai Katalor. Steel Flat Bar Hot Rolled Steel Flat , is widely used for all general fabrication and repairs in industrial maintenance, agricultural implements, transportation equipment, etc. HR A569 Steel Flat is stripped from coil and A36 is rolled as bars.

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