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Describes methods for sampling and sample preparation for the determination of the chemical composition of pig iron, cast iron and steel. Procedures are described for use with both liquid and solid metal.
 

Document History

  1. AS/NZS 1050.1:1996

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    Methods for the analysis of iron and steel, Part 1: Sampling iron and steel for chemical analysis

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  2. AS 1213-1982


    Iron and steel - Methods of sampling

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  3. AS 1213-1972


    Methods for the sampling of iron, steel, permanent magnet alloys and ferro-alloys

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  4. AS K1.0-1967


    Methods for the sampling of iron, steel, permanent magnet alloys and ferro-alloys

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  5. AS K1.0-1961


    Methods for the sampling of iron and steel

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  6. AS K1-1926


    Methods of sampling and analysis of plain steels, alloy steels, and pig iron

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  7. AS K1-1925


    Methods of sampling and analysis of plain steels, alloy steels, and pig iron

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