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The main applications of normalizing are as follows:① For low carbon steel, 09CuPCrNi-A container steel material. The hardness of low carbon steel after normalizing is slightly higher than that after annealing, and the toughness is also better, so normalizing can be used as the pretreatment of cutting.② For medium carbon steel, normalizing can be used as the final heat treatment instead of quenching and tempering treatment, or as the preparation treatment before surface quenching by induction heating.③ Normalizing can be used in tool steel, bearing steel, carburizing steel and so on, which can eliminate or inhibit the formation of network carbide, thus obtaining the good microstructure needed for spheroidizing annealing.④ Normalizing can refine the cast structure and improve the machinability of steel castings.
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Z-direction steel refers to thick steel with good tensile resistance in thickness direction. In the application of steel plate, the reason for additional performance requirements on the thickness direction of steel is due to the existence of defects in the thickness direction of steel in the process of casting and rolling. This defect makes the steel prone to lamellar tearing during welding, which reduces or even loses the design bearing capacity of application. The Z-direction performance is required for 09CuPCrNi-A container steel material and so on steel plate with the tensile force along the plate thickness direction greater than or equal to 40mm.
These grades A709 Grade 36, 09CuPCrNi-A container steel material, A709 Grade 50 and A709 Grade 50W are often specified with Charpy tests referencing the specific zone or lowest anticipated service temperature. The Charpy tests are specified as non-fracture critical, which is a per-heat test (frequency "H"), or fracture critical, which is a per-plate test (Frequency "P"). Bridge steels can be ordered with plate thickness up to 150mm.