Material classification

Does anyone know what kind this material based on chemical composition, and refer to what standard or ASTM number?
C 0.19 Si 0.54 Mn 1.03 P 0.011 S 0.003 Cr 1.05 Mo 0.248 Ni 0.884 Cu 0.047
V 0.004
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What's the rest of it? Iron? You have only a few percent of total composition listed there.
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On Tue, 5 Apr 2011 02:32:35 -0400, "Ed Huntress"

Assuming the remainder is iron, it looks like a chrome-moly steel, though the carbon is low for the common grades (4140, 4340, etc.). Perhaps a carburizing chrome-moly steel similar to 8620? http://www.matweb.com/search/DataSheet.aspx?MatGUID f44bdac4514000a0ffe5c983485c1f
This might help: http://www.matweb.com/search/CompositionSearch.aspx
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responding to http://www.polytechforum.com/metalworking/material-classification-498599-.htm chandak wrote:
Ned Simmons wrote:

http://www.matweb.com/search/DataSheet.aspx?MatGUID f44bdac4514000a0ffe5c983485c1f
Simmons, thanks a lot for your advice, highly appreciated it.you are solving my problem
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responding to http://www.polytechforum.com/metalworking/material-classification-498599-.htm chandak wrote:
Ed Huntress wrote:

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Yes, the left composition is Fe, not mentioned because it's main elemen
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Why do you ask? Are you looking for a material like this or has someone offered you some material like this? If the latter, where did it come from?
The Cr, Mo and Ni are pretty low to do much good. I'd guess this is melted down automobiles without the cast iron of the engine, etc..
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The over 1% phosphorus content also not typical; certainly not for any weldable grade steel.
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wolfgang wrote:

The OPs specification gave Phosphorus at 0.011%, you must have been relating the wrong number to the elements percentage.
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responding to http://www.polytechforum.com/metalworking/material-classification-498599-.htm chandak wrote:
David Billington wrote:

standard to determine the mechanical properties.

No, the percentage of Phosphorous is right.
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