PD CEN ISO/TR 15608:2017 - Welding. Guidelines for a metallic materials grouping system
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PD CEN ISO/TR 15608:2017

Welding. Guidelines for a metallic materials grouping system

Status : Current   Published : February 2017



This document provides guidelines for a uniform system for grouping materials for welding purposes. It can also be applied for other purposes, such as heat treatment, forming and non-destructive testing.

It covers grouping systems for the following standardized materials:

  • steels;

  • aluminium and its alloys;

  • copper and its alloys;

  • nickel and its alloys;

  • titanium and its alloys;

  • zirconium and its alloys;

  • cast irons.

Standard NumberPD CEN ISO/TR 15608:2017
TitleWelding. Guidelines for a metallic materials grouping system
Publication Date28 February 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/TR 20174, ISO/TR 20173, ISO/TR 20172
ReplacesPD CEN ISO/TR 15608:2013
International RelationshipsCEN ISO/TR 15608:2017,ISO/TR 15608:2017
DescriptorsMetals, Welding, Titanium, Cast-iron, Aluminium alloys, Copper alloys, Chemical composition, Zirconium, Classification systems, Copper, Steels, Aluminium, Nickel alloys, Compositional tolerances, Nickel, Titanium alloys
Title in FrenchSoudage. Lignes directrices pour un système de groupement des matériaux métalliques
Title in GermanSchweißen. Richtlinien für eine Gruppeneinteilung von metallischen Werkstoffen
ISBN978 0 580 92325 8
File Size1.889 MB

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