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AGMA 6033

Materials for Marine Propulsion Gearing

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Organization: AGMA
Publication Date: 29 September 2008
Status: active
Page Count: 42
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This standard identifies commonly used alloy steels, heat treatments and inspection requirements for through hardened and surface hardened gearing for main propulsion marine service over 1500 hp. Forged and hot rolled alloy steel bar stock are specified to two metallurgical quality grades (1 and 2) according to cleanliness and test requirements. Cast steel gearing is specified to a single metallurgical quality level. Mechanical, metallurgical and nondestructive test requirements are provided for various heat treatment processes and metallurgical quality grades of gearing. Revision of ANSI/AGMA 6033-B98.

Document History

AGMA 6033
September 29, 2008
Materials for Marine Propulsion Gearing
This standard identifies commonly used alloy steels, heat treatments and inspection requirements for through hardened and surface hardened gearing for main propulsion marine service over 1500 hp....
September 29, 2008
Materials for Marine Propulsion Gearing
This standard is applicable to marine gearing made from steel forgings, bar stock and castings intended for main propulsion service over 1500 horsepower. Alloy steel specifications and quality...
January 1, 1998
Materials for Marine Propulsion Gearing
A description is not available for this item.
May 1, 1988
Standard for Marine Propulsion Gear Units Part 1, Materials
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