BS EN 16090:2011 - Copper and copper alloys. Estimation of average grain size by ultrasound

BS EN 16090:2011

Copper and copper alloys. Estimation of average grain size by ultrasound

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : December 2011 Replaced By : BS EN 16090:2019

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This European Standard specifies a method for the estimation of the average grain size of copper and copper alloy products by ultrasound. This standard can be applied for seamless round tubes as well as for flat products. This method can be used in place of test methods according to EN ISO 2624, mentioned in the relevant product standards. As reference method and in case of doubt the intercept procedure or planimetric procedure has to be used.




Standard NumberBS EN 16090:2011
TitleCopper and copper alloys. Estimation of average grain size by ultrasound
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 December 2011
Confirm Date02 August 2017
Withdrawn Date05 December 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 583-1:1998, ISO 2624:1990, EN 473:2008, EN 1330-4, EN ISO 2624:1995
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 12668-2, EN 12668-1
Replaced ByBS EN 16090:2019
International RelationshipsEN 16090:2011
Draft Superseded By11/30216600DC
DescriptorsCopper, Particle size measurement, Estimation, Grain size, Charts, Reports, Crystal microstructure, Copper alloys
ICS77.120.30
Title in FrenchCuivre et alliages de cuivre. Estimation de la taille moyenne de grain par ultrasons
Title in GermanKupfer und Kupferlegierungen. Bestimmung der mittleren Korngröße durch Ultraschall
CommitteeNFE/34
ISBN978 0 580 70542 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size633 KB
Price£110.00


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