ASTM E1019 PDF

E – 02 Standard Test Methods for Determination of Carbon, Sulfur, Nitrogen, and Oxygen in Steel and in Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt Alloys, cobalt alloys. ASTM E Standard Test Methods for Determination of Carbon, Sulfur, Nitrogen, and Oxygen in Steel, Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt Alloys by. ASTM E Standard Test Methods for Determination of Carbon, Sulfur, Nitrogen, and Oxygen in Steel, Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt Alloys by Various Combustion.

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E — 03 Standard Test Methods for Determination of Carbon, Sulfur, Nitrogen, and Oxygen in Steel and in Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt Alloys1 This standard is issued under the xed designation E ; the number immediately following the designation indicates the year of original adoption or, in the case of revision, the year of last revision.

A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. A superscript epsilon e indicates an editorial change since the last revision or reapproval. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. Specic hazards statements are given in Section 6.

Referenced Documents 3 2. Signicance and Use 4. It is assumed 1. Current edition approved October 1, Originally approved in Last previous edition approved in as E — It is expected that work s1019 be performed in a properly equipped laboratory.

Apparatus and Reagents 5. Rounding Calculated Values 8. Summary of Test Method Upon elution, the amount of carbon dioxide is measured in a thermistor-type conductivity cell. Energy of this wavelength is absorbed as the gas passes through a cell body in which the IR energy is transmitted. All other IR qstm is eliminated from reaching the detector by a precise wavelength lter.

Thus, the absorption of IR energy can be attributed to only CO2 and its concentration is measured as changes in energy at the detector. One cell is used as both a reference and a measure chamber. Total carbon, as CO2, is monitored and measured over a period of time.

During specimen combustion, the ow of CO2 with its oxygen gas carrier is routed through e109 measure chamber while oxygen alone passes through the reference chamber.

Energy from the IR source passes through both chambers, simultaneously arriving at the diaphragm capacitor plate. Part of the IR energy is absorbed by the CO2 present in the measure chamber while none is absorbed passing through the reference chamber.

This creates an IR energy imbalance reaching the diaphragm, thus e119 it. This distortion alters the xed capacitance creating an electric signal change that is amplied for measurement as CO2. Total carbon, as CO 2, is monitored and measured over a period of time. Each gas is measured with a solid state energy detector. Filters are used to pass the appropriate IR wavelength to each detector.

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In the absence of CO and CO2, the energy received by each detector is maximum. During combustion, the IR absorption properties of CO and CO2 gases in the chamber cause a loss of energy; therefore a loss in signal results which is proportional to concentrations of each gas in the closed loop. Total carbon, as CO 2 plus CO, is monitored and measured over a period of time.

Remove from the furnace and cool in air for 90 6 15 s before use. Asm may be placed in a desiccator for periods of 1 h prior to use.

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NOTE aetm accelerator should contain no more than 0. NOTE 2—The uncertainty of results obtained using this test method is dependent on the uncertainty of the values assigned to the calibration reference materials.

The homogeneity of the reference materials must be considered as well, if it was not included in the derivation of the published uncertainty values. The mesh size is critical to the inductive coupling which heats the sample. Preparation of Apparatus Make a minimum of two determinations using the specimen and accelerator as directed in Adjust the signal to provide a reading within Blank values are equal to the total result of the accelerator and Calibrant A aetm the certied value for the certied reference material.

This mechanism will electronically compensate for the blank value. NOTE 3—If the unit does not have this function, the blank value must be subtracted from the total result satm to any calculation.

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To each, add 1. Use Calibrant C as the primary calibrant and analyze at least three specimens to determine the calibration slope.

Treat each specimen, as directed in The value should be within the allowable limits of the certied value for the certied reference material. If not, repeat The results should be within the allowable limits of the certied reference material.

NOTE 4—Repeat the calibration when: Use crucible tongs to handle the preburned crucibles. Use Calibrant CCC as the certied reference material and analyze at least three specimens to determine the calibration slope. Electrolytic iron NBS0. Basic open hearth steel SRM 11h, 0. NOTE 5—If the analyzer does not compensate for blank and sample weight values, then use the following formula: Precision and Bias Testing was performed in compliance with Practice E The user is cautioned to verify by the use of certied reference materials, if available, that the accuracy of this test method is adequate for the contemplated use.

As written, this test method is not applicable to cast iron samples. The sulfur is e10119 determined by infrared absorption. Total sulfur, as SO2, is monitored and measured over a period of time. The SO2 is measured with a solid state energy detector, and e119 are used to pass the appropriate IR wavelength to the detector.

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During combustion, the IR absorption properties of the SO 2 gas in the chamber causes a loss of energy, therefore a loss in signal results which is proportional to the concentration of the gas in the closed loop.

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During specimen combustion, the ow of SO2 with its oxygen gas carrier is routed through the measure chamber while oxygen alone passes through the reference chamber. Part of the IR energy is absorbed by the SO2 present in the measure chamber while none is absorbed passing through the reference chamber.

This distortion alters the xed capacitance creating an electric signal change that is amplied for measurement as SO2. Total SO2 is monitored and measured over a period of time. Remove from furnace and cool in air for 90 6 15 s before use. Preheated crucibles may also be stored in a desiccator prior to use. Unless otherwise indicated, it is intended that all reagents shall conform to the specications of the Committee on Analytical Reagents of the American Chemical Society, where such specications are available.

Cool in a desiccator. NOTE 6—The accelerator should contain no more than 0. If necessary, wash three times with acetone by decantation to remove organic contaminants and dry at room temperature. The mesh size is critical to the inductive coupling that heats the sample. Dilute to volume and mix. Prepare the number of replicates indicated and then proceed as directed in Compress the top part of the tin capsule before use.

Proceed as directed in Prepare more capsules of sulfur solution B if necessary. Adjust the signal to provide a reading of 0. Blank values are equal to the total result of accelerator, iron, and capsule of solution H.

Prepare more capsules of sulfur solution H if necessary.

Treat each capsule as directed in The value should be 0. If they are not within 0.

NOTE 8—Repeat the calibration when: NOTE 10—If the analyzer does not compensate for blank and ashm weight values, then use the following formula: All testing meets the requirements of Practice E NOTE 11—The upper limit of the scope has been set at 0. However, recognizing that commercial nitrogen determinators are capable of handling higher concentrations, this test method provides a calibration procedure up to 0.

Users of this test method are cautioned that use of it above 0. NOTE 9—This procedure is for analysis of steel samples and a new blank must be determined using 1. Refer to section Nitrogen present in the sample is released as molecular nitrogen into the owing 6 Supporting data are available from ASTM International Headquarters. The nitrogen is separated from other liberated gases such as hydrogen and carbon monoxide and is nally measured in a thermal conductivity cell.

Crucibles must be composed of high purity graphite. Make a minimum of two determinations using a specimen as directed in NOTE 12—Size all specimens to permit free introduction through the loading device of the equipment or directly into the graphite crucible.

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