Состояние - т/о

English translation: heat treated

14:24 Jul 12, 2012
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general)
Russian term or phrase: Состояние - т/о
В сертификате качества на трубы холоднодеформированные в графе состояние указано т/о. Подскажите, что обозначает сокращение и как его перевести
arisat
Local time: 11:53
English translation:heat treated
Explanation:
термически обработанные

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Note added at 23 mins (2012-07-12 14:47:44 GMT)
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Состояние - т/o - heat treated temper

Temper
A condition produced in a metal or alloy by mechanical or thermal treatment and having characteristics structure and mechanical properties. A given alloy may be in the fully softened or annealed temper, or it may be cold worked to the hard temper, or further to spring temper. Intermediate tempers produced by cold working (rolling or drawing) are called "quarter-hard", "half-hard" and "three quarters hard", and are determined by the amount of cold reduction and the resulting tensile properties. In addition to the annealed temper, conditions produced by thermal treatment are the solution heat-treated temper and the heat-treated and artificially aged temper. Other tempers involve a combination of mechanical and thermal treatments and include that temper produced by cold working after heat treating, and that produced by artificial aging of alloys that are as-cast, as-extruded, as-forged and heat treated, and worked.

http://benedict-miller.com/glossary.cfm?g=20
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heat treated


Explanation:
термически обработанные

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Note added at 23 mins (2012-07-12 14:47:44 GMT)
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Состояние - т/o - heat treated temper

Temper
A condition produced in a metal or alloy by mechanical or thermal treatment and having characteristics structure and mechanical properties. A given alloy may be in the fully softened or annealed temper, or it may be cold worked to the hard temper, or further to spring temper. Intermediate tempers produced by cold working (rolling or drawing) are called "quarter-hard", "half-hard" and "three quarters hard", and are determined by the amount of cold reduction and the resulting tensile properties. In addition to the annealed temper, conditions produced by thermal treatment are the solution heat-treated temper and the heat-treated and artificially aged temper. Other tempers involve a combination of mechanical and thermal treatments and include that temper produced by cold working after heat treating, and that produced by artificial aging of alloys that are as-cast, as-extruded, as-forged and heat treated, and worked.

http://benedict-miller.com/glossary.cfm?g=20

Zoya Nayshtut
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agree  Alexander Onishko: похоже на правду
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agree  Ravindra Godbole
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agree  interprivate
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agree  Igor Blinov
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