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    Discussion in 'The main mechanical design forum' started by redmike, Jun 29, 2012.

    1. redmike

      redmike Member

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      Hi,
      I am in the process of finishing a welded part. it needs stress releiving. I want to call-up on the drawing two things:-1. the BS EN ISO number for general welding of steel (i think it is BS EN ISO 15109-1:2004) . 2. the BS EN ISO number for stress releiving of steel (cant find it!!).
      Can anybody help?
       
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    3. tonycro

      tonycro Well-Known Member

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      Hi there,

      BS 499 covers weld symbols.

      15109 i get "Surface active agents. Determination of the active matter content of alkylamidopropylbetaines"

      more standards on welding than you can shake a stick at, if you know your weld process and application then we might be able to help.

      As for stress relieving, i don't think there is a standard ?

      tony
       
    4. redmike

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      Hi Tony,
      this is what i get for BS EN ISO 15609-1

      http://shop.bsigroup.com/en/ProductDetail/?pid=000000000030012600

      you are right, it's a mine field. We used to use an AWS number (AWS D1.1 ) which covers all structrual welding on carbon steels, but i don't seem to be able to find a similar BS EN ISI standard.
      I did find EN ISO 4063 but, again, i'm not sure.
       

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