BS EN 3526:2007 - Aerospace series. Steel FE-PL1505 (15CrMoV6). Air melted. Hardened and tempered. Sheet and strip. 0,5 mm ≤ a ≤ 6 mm. 980 MPa ≤ Rm ≤ 1180 MPa

BS EN 3526:2007

Aerospace series. Steel FE-PL1505 (15CrMoV6). Air melted. Hardened and tempered. Sheet and strip. 0,5 mm ≤ a ≤ 6 mm. 980 MPa ≤ Rm ≤ 1180 MPa

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : April 2007

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This standard specifies the requirements relating to: Steel FE-PL1505 (15CrMoV6) Air melted Hardened and tempered Sheet and strip 0,5 mm ? a ? 6 mm 980 MPa ? Rm ? 1 180 MPa for aerospace applications.




Standard NumberBS EN 3526:2007
TitleAerospace series. Steel FE-PL1505 (15CrMoV6). Air melted. Hardened and tempered. Sheet and strip. 0,5 mm ≤ a ≤ 6 mm. 980 MPa ≤ Rm ≤ 1180 MPa
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date30 April 2007
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 4500-5, EN 4700-1, EN 2043, EN 4258, EN 2951:2019
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 3526:2007
DescriptorsTensile strength, Bending, Melting, Chemical composition, Air, Dimensions, Heat treatment, Defects, Hardening, Steels, Tempering, Alloy steels, Strips, Elongation, Hardness, Air transport engineering, Proof stress, Sheet materials
ICS49.025.10
Title in FrenchSérie aérospatiale. Acier FE-PL1505 (15CrMoV6). Élaboré à l'air. Trempé et revenu. Tôles et bandes. 0,5 mm = a = 6 mm. 980 MPa = Rm = 1180 MPa
Title in GermanLuft- und Raumfahrt. Stahl FE-PL1505 (15CrMoV6). Lufterschmolzen. Gehärtet und angelassen. Bleche und Bänder. 0,5 mm = a = 6 mm. 980 MPa = Rm = 1180 MPa
CommitteeACE/61/-/15
ISBN978 0 580 50556 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages10
File Size377 KB
Price£110.00


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