ASTM A514 Grade F

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    General Product Description

    ASTM A514 Grade F is a quenched and tempered alloy steel plate used in structural applications that require high yield strength combined with good formability and toughness. A514 Grade F has a minimum yield strength of 100 ksi and may be ordered with supplemental Charpy V-notch toughness test requirements.

    Applications

    Typical applications for A514 Grade F include transport trailers, construction equipment, crane booms, mobile aerial work platforms, agriculture equipment, heavy vehicle frames and chassis.

    Available Dimensions

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      Grade Product type Thickness
      (inchesmm)
      Width
      (inchesmm)
      Length
      (inchesmm)
      Grade F Plate 0.185 - 2.504.70 - 63.5 60 - 131.91500 - 3350 73 - 5901900 - 15000
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        Mechanical Properties

        Tensile Properties: Tensile testing is performed in the transverse direction according to ASTM A6 requirements. The tensile property and hardness requirements are tabulated below:

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          Grade Product type Thickness
          (inchesmm)
          Yield strength
          (min ksi)
          Tensile strength
          (ksi)
          Elongation in 2"
          (min %)
          Reduction of area 1)
          (min %)
          Reduction of area 2)
          (min %)
          Hardness 3)
          (HBW)
          Grade F Plate 0.185 - 0.7504.70 - 19.0 100 110 - 130 16 35 235 - 293
          Grade F Plate 0.751 - 2.5019.1 - 63.5 100 110 - 130 16 35 45
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            1) Reduction in area for 1.5 in. wide rectangular tension specimen.

            2) Reduction in area for 0.5 in. round tension specimen.

            3) For plates up to 0.375 in., a Brinell hardness test may be used instead of a tensile test for those plates not tensile tested in a 15 ton lot.