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Q/BQB 418-2014
Supply Technical Conditions of Baoshan Iron and Steel Co., Ltd.
Cold-rolled advanced high-strength steel plates and steel strips
Replacing Q/BQB 415-2009, Q/BQB 417-2009, Q/BQB 418-2009
1 Scope
This Technical Conditions specifies the terms and definitions, classification and
code, dimension, shape, weight, technical requirements, inspection and test,
packaging, marking and inspection documents of cold-rolled advanced high-
strength steel plates and steel strips.
This Technical Conditions applies to cold-rolled advanced high-strength steel
plates and steel strips with a thickness of 0.50 mm ~ 2.3 mm (hereinafter
referred to as steel plates and steel strips) produced by Baoshan Iron and Steel
Co., Ltd.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of
this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated
references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any
amendments) applies.
GB/T 223 Methods for chemical analysis of iron, steel and alloy
GB/T 228.1-2010 Metallic materials - Tensile testing - Part 1. Method of test
at room temperature
GB/T 232-2010 Metallic materials - Bend test
GB/T 2975-1998 Steel and steel products - Location and preparation of test
pieces for mechanical testing
GB/T 4336-2002 Standard test method for spark discharge atomic emission
- Spectrometric analysis of carbon and low-alloy steel (routine method)
the retained austenite content is not less than 5 %. During the forming process,
the retained austenite can be transformed into martensite structure. Due to its
relatively high work hardening rate, the steel has a relatively high uniform
elongation and a relatively high tensile strength. At the same tensile strength
level, it has a higher elongation than dual phase steel.
3.4 complex phase steels (CP)
The microstructure of the steel is martensite, bainite, ferrite and a small amount
of retained austenite. The matrix structure is mainly hard phase martensite and
bainite, the yield is relatively high, and the uniform elongation is slightly lower
than that of dual phase steel (DP) and transformation induced plasticity steel
(TRIP) at the same tensile strength level. The tensile strength is usually above
600 MPa, and the bending property is excellent.
3.5 quenching and partitioning steel (QP)
The steel is a kind of high-formability ultra-high-strength steel produced by
quenching-partitioning process. The microstructure of the steel is composed of
multiphase composites such as martensite + ferrite + retained austenite.
Utilizing the ultra-high strength of martensite and the transformation induced
plasticity (TRIP) effect of retained austenite, it is possible to obtain better
formability than conventional ultra-high strength steel. QP steel has a medium
yield ratio and relatively high work hardening properties, and is suitable for body
frame parts and safety parts with relatively complex shapes and high strength
requirements.
4 Classification and code
4.1 The classification of steel plates and steel strips according to use shall
comply with the requirements of Table 1.
4.2 The classification of steel plates and steel strips according to surface quality
shall comply with the requirements of Table 2.
4.3 The classification of steel plates and steel strips according to surface
structure shall comply with the requirements of Table 3.
5 Information required for ordering
5.1 The user shall provide the following information when ordering.
a) product name (steel plate or steel strip);
b) number of this Technical Conditions;
c) grade;
d) product specification and dimension, flatness accuracy;
e) edge state;
f) surface quality level;
g) packaging method;
h) use;
i) other.
5.2 If the dimension and flatness accuracy, surface quality level, edge state and
packaging method are not indicated in the order contract, then the products in
this Technical Conditions are supplied as trimmed steel strips or trimmed steel
plates with ordinary dimension and flatness accuracy, FB level surface quality,
and packaged according to the packaging method provided by the supply party.
6 Dimension, shape, weight and tolerances
The dimension, shape, weight and tolerances of steel plates and steel strips
shall comply with the requirements of Q/BQB 401.
7 Technical requirements
7.1 Chemical composition
7.1.1 The chemical composition of the steel (smelting analysis) shall comply
with the requirements of Table 4.
7.1.2 The chemical composition tolerance of finished products of steel plates
and steel strips shall comply with the requirements of GB/T 222.
7.3.1 Steel plates and steel strips are delivered after cold rolling, annealing and
leveling.
7.3.2 Steel plates and steel strips are usually supplied with oiling, and the oil
film applied shall be able to be removed with aqueous alkaline solution. Under
normal conditions of packaging, transportation, handling and storage, the
supply party shall ensure that the surface of steel plates and steel strips does
not rust within 6 months from the date of completion of the manufacture.
According to the requirements of the demand party, agreed upon between the
supply and demand parties and specified in the contract, products may also be
supplied without oiling. For non-oiled products, the supply party will not bear
the corresponding product quality responsibility for defects such as rust,
scratches and friction marks during the handling, storage and use.
NOTE. The date of issue in the product inspection document is usually specified as the date of
completion of the manufacture of the product.
7.4 Mechanical properties
7.4.1 The supply party shall ensure that the mechanical properties of steel
plates and steel strip before hot stamping comply with the requirements of Table
5, Table 6, Table 7, Table 8, Table 9 and Table 10 within 6 months from the date
of completion of the manufacture.
7.4.2 When steel plates and steel strips are supplied according to the specified
parts, the supply and demand parties may agree on a range of mechanical
properties that meet the processing needs of the part as the acceptance criteria.
At this time, the mechanical properties specified in Table 5, Table 6, Table 7,
Table 8, Table 9 and Table 10 will no longer be used as the basis for delivery
and acceptance.
7.4.3 Due to the influence of aging, the mechanical properties of steel plates
and steel strips will deteriorate with the prolongation of storage time, such as
the increase of yield strength and tensile strength, the decrease of elongation
after break, formability deteriorates, tensile strain marks appear, etc. It is
recommended that users use it as soon as possible.
Table 11
Level Code Characteristics
Relatively advanced
finishing surface FB
The surface is allowed to have a small amount of imperfections that
do not affect the formability and coating and plating adhesion, such as
slight gouges, dents, pocks, roll marks, and oxidized spots.
Advanced finishing
surface FC
The better side of the two sides of the product has no visible
imperfections, and the other side must meet at least the requirements
of FB.
7.5.3 For steel strips, the strip is allowed to be delivered with defects due to
unwilling to cut the defective part, but the defective part shall not exceed 6 %
of the total length of each coil.
7.6 Surface structure
When the surface structure is pitted surface (D), the average roughness Ra is
controlled by 0.6 μm < Ra ≤ 1.9 μm; when the surface structure is bright surface
(B), the average roughness Ra is controlled by Ra ≤ 0.9 μm.
8 Inspection and test
8.1 The appearance of steel plates and steel strips shall be visually inspected.
8.2 The dimension and shape of steel plates and steel strips shall be measured
with suitable measuring tools.
8.3 The tensile test shall be in accordance with Method B of GB/T 228.1. In
order to improve the reproducibility of the measurement results, it is
recommended to use the beam displacement control method. The rate to
measure the yield strength is 5 % Lc/min (Lc is the parallel length of the
specimen).
8.4 The n value is calculated over a 10 % to 20 % strain range. When the
uniform elongation is less than 20 % but not less than 12 %, the strain range
for calculation is 10 % to the end of the uniform extension; when the uniform
elongation is less than 12 %, the strain hardening index shall be reported as
the true strain value calculated at the end point of the uniform elongation (nuniform
extension = εuniform extension).
8.5 Steel plates and steel strips shall be accepted in batches. Each inspection
batch shall consist of steel plates and steel strips of the same grade, the same
specification and the same processing state of not more than 30 tons. For steel
strips weighing more than 30 tons, each steel coil constitutes an inspection
batch.
Additional information.
This Technical Conditions is prepared with reference to prEN 10338.2013, FIAT
MS.50002-2014 and GMW3399-2013.
This Technical Conditions replaces Q/BQB 415-2009, Q/BQB 417-2009 and
Q/BQB 418-2009.
Compared with Q/BQB 415-2009, Q/BQB 417-2009 and Q/BQB 418-2009, the
main technical changes are as follows.
- DELETE the following grades. HC280/590DP, HC550/690DP,
HC500/780MS;
- ADD DP steel grades. HC550/980DP-EL, HC650/980DP;
- ADD CP steel grades. HC350/600CP, HC500/780CP, HC700/980CP,
HC1350/1700MS;
- ADD QP steel grades. HC600/980QP, HC600/980QP-EL, HC820/1180QP,
HC820/1180QP-EL.
- ADD the product quality responsibility rules for products without surface
oiling;
- ADD the requirements for the duration of mechanical properties;
- ADD the requirements for mechanical properties of the specified parts when
delivered;
- CLARIFY the method used in the tensile test;
- ADD the requirements for in-plant inspection method.
Annex A of this Technical Conditions is an informative annex.
This Technical Conditions was proposed by the Manufacturing Management
Department of Baoshan Iron and Steel Co., Ltd.
This Technical Conditions was drafted by the Manufacturing Management
Department of Baoshan Iron and Steel Co., Ltd.
Drafter of this Technical Conditions. Sun Zhongming.
This Technical Conditions was first released in 1999, first revised in 2003, and
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