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Hardness Conversion per ASTM E, Strength per ASTM A, See bottom half of table. Hardness C. Hardness Conversion Ta rdness Conversion Table. ASTM E Standard Hardness Conversion Tables for Metals Relationship ALSO SEE ASTM E (R). Format. Details. Price (USD). PDF. Single User. Applied force according to ASTM E 1 . ASTM E HARDNESS CONVERSION EQUATIONS FOR soundofheaven.info soundofheaven.info


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This standard is issued under the fixed designation E; the number 1 These conversion tables are under the jurisdiction of ASTM. Standard Hardness Conversion Tables for. among Brinell hardness, Vickers hardness, Rockwell hardness, Conversion Table 2 presents data in the Rockwell B Rockwell superficial hardness, and Knoop hardness of copper. ASTM E - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.

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Appendix X6 contains equations converting determined hardness numbers to Rockwell C and Rockwell B hardness numbers for austenitic stainless steel sheet. C Observed standard deviation of the interlaboratory test data about the indicated conversion line.

Appendix X7 contains equations converting determined hardness scale numbers to Vickers hardness numbers for copper, numbers to inclusive. Request RR: B In table headings, kgf or gf refers to total test force. C Appendix X8 contains equations converting determined hardness scale numbers to Vickers hardness numbers for alloyed white irons.

D Ten-millimetre tungsten carbide ball. E Brinell hardness numbers in parentheses are above the maximum hardness recommended by Test Method E 10 and are presented for information only.

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E Scale kgf, in. Ball HRE Ball HRH C Appendix X9 contains equations converting determined hardness scale numbers to Brinell numbers for wrought aluminum products. Due to inherent inaccuracies in the conversion process, the converted number should be rounded to the nearest whole number in accordance with Practice E This dependence on strain-hardening characteristics can be demonstrated by the Rockwell scales T, T, T, F, and B, in which forces ranging from 15 to kgf are applied on a in.

As higher forces are used, the increased strain raises the hardness by an amount that depends on the pretest capacity of the metal for strain hardening. An annealed 20 metal of high capacity for strain hardening will harden much more in the test than will a cold-worked metal.

For example, an annealed iron and a cold-rolled aluminum alloy may have hardnesses of 71 and 72 HR 15T, respectively. This is true of yellow brasses and low-carbon steels and irons. The limiting conditions can usually be identied by the appearance of the hardness indentations themselves. Soft annealed metals have characteristic" sinking" type indentation contours when indenters of the ball type are used.

On the other hand, heavily cold-worked metals have sharp "ridging" type indentations. While annealed metals are being progressively cold worked, the indentation contours pass through a "at" stage in which the lip of the indentation is neither round nor sharply ridged.

It is necessary to base hardness conversions on comparative tests of similar materials that also have very similar mechanical properties. Approved April 1, 1 Table 9 spacing was corrected. ASTM International takes no position respecting the validity of any patent rights asserted in connection with any item mentioned in this standard. Users of this standard are expressly advised that determination of the validity of any such patent rights, and the risk of infringement of such rights, are entirely their own responsibility.

Last previous edition approved in as E 12a. Appendix X2. The data in Table 10 was calculated from the Annex A10 equations. United States. Apparatus and Reference Standards discretion and under controlled conditions. Each type of 4.

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Differences in sensitivity within the range of a given hardness 5. Principle of Method of Conversion scale for example, Rockwell B may be greater than between 5. The conversion cannot be fitted to a single conversion relationship for all values, whether from the tables or calculated from the metals. Indentation hardness is not a single fundamental equations, are only approximate and may be inaccurate for property but a combination of properties, and the contribution specific application.

The modulus of elasticity has been shown to influence conversions 2. Referenced Documents at high hardness levels; and at low hardness levels conversions 2.

Significance and Use Withdrawn 3 6. This is E Practice for Scleroscope Hardness Testing of Metallic because conversions can be affected by several factors, includ- Materials ing the material alloy, grain structure, heat treatment, etc. Methods for Hardness Determinations 6. Because of the wide range of variation among 3. It NOTE 1The comparative hardness test done to generate the conver- is recommended that hardness conversions be applied primar- sion tables in this standard were performed in past years using ASTM test ily to values such as specification limits, which are established methods in effect at the time of testing.

In some cases, the standards have by agreement or mandate, and that the conversion of test data changed in ways that could affect the final results. For example, currently be avoided whenever possible see Note 1. The use of tungsten carbide numbers, the measured hardness and test scale were also balls will produce slightly different hardness results than steel balls.

Pdf astm e140

Therefore, the user is cautioned to consider these differences and to keep reported in parentheses. This is still an acceptable practice as in in mind the approximate nature of these conversions when applying them the following: Standards volume information, refer to the standards Document Summary page on 7. Keywords approximate, all converted hardness numbers shall be rounded 8. B Annex A1 contains equations converting determined hardness scale numbers to Rockwell C hardness numbers for non-austenitic steels.

Refer to 1. C The Brinell hardness numbers in parentheses are outside the range recommended for Brinell hardness testing in 8. D These Scleroscope hardness conversions are based on VickersScleroscope hardness relationships developed from Vickers hardness data provided by the National Bureau of Standards for 13 steel reference blocks, Scleroscope hardness values obtained on these blocks by the Shore Instrument and Mfg.

HV Diamond 1. B Annex A2 contains equations converting determined hardness numbers to Rockwell B hardness numbers for non-austenitic steels. NOTE 2The use of hardness scales for hardness values shown in parentheses is not recommended since they are beyond the ranges recommended for accuracy. Such values are shown for comparative purposes only, where comparisons may be desired and the recommended machine and scale are not available.

Dia- Dia- in. Superficial in. E 12b1 E 12b1 in. B Annex A3 contains equations converting determined hardness scale numbers to Vickers hardness numbers for nickel and high-nickel alloys. These recommendations are designed to limit impression diameters to the range from 2. The Brinell hardness numbers in this conversion table are based on tests using a kgf force. When the kgf force is used for the softer nickel and high-nickel alloys, these conversion relationships do not apply.

B Annex A4 contains equations converting determined hardness scale numbers to Vickers hardness numbers for cartridge brass. B Annex A5 contains an equation converting determined Brinell hardness numbers to Rockwell B hardness numbers for austenitic steel plate in the annealed condition.

Types , , , , , L, , , L, , and Tempers ranged from annealed to extra hard for Type , with a smaller range of tempers for the other types. Test coupon thicknesses ranged from approximately 0.

B Annex A6 contains equations converting determined hardness numbers to Rockwell C and Rockwell B hardness numbers for austenitic stainless steel sheet. C Observed standard deviation of the interlaboratory test data about the indicated conversion line.

A In table headings, kgf or gf refers to total test force.

B Annex A7 contains equations converting determined hardness scale numbers to Vickers hardness numbers for copper, numbers to inclusive. Type D Impact Device HLD A In the table headings. HRC 5 B Leeb Hardness. HRB 5 HV 5 HV 50 5 Due to inherent inaccuracies in the conversion process..

The data in Table 10 was calculated from these equations. The limiting conditions can usually be identified by the appearance of the hardness indentations themselves.

It is necessary to base hardness conversions on comparative tests of similar materials that also have very similar mechanical properties. As higher forces are used. For example. HV10 5 2. On the other hand. This is true of yellow brasses and low-carbon steels and irons. This dependence on strain-hardening characteristics can be demonstrated by the Rockwell scales T.

The equations should not be used for converting numbers outside of the data ranges given in Table An annealed metal of high capacity for strain hardening will harden much more in the test than will a cold-worked metal. While annealed metals are being progressively cold worked.

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ASTM subcommittee E The standard deviation of subcommittee E The R2 value. Comparisons of the round-robin data to the conversion equations is presented in Figs.

Some deviations of the round-robin data from the conversion equation lines can be attributed to the range of steels used in creating the original conversion data. Your comments are invited either for revision of this standard or for additional standards and should be addressed to ASTM International Headquarters.

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MA If you feel that your comments have not received a fair hearing you should make your views known to the ASTM Committee on Standards. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Therefore, the user is cautioned to consider these differences and to keep in mind the approximate nature of these conversions when applying them 2 For referenced ASTM standards, visit the ASTM website, www.

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