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Coiled Tube HS-90

Coiled Tube HS-90

Coiled Tube HS-90


Hello all,

What does the prefix HS stand for in the Coiled Tube HS-90 manufactured by Tenaris Coiled Tubes?

Could anyone provide the magnetization curve (B-H curve) of the Coiled Tube HS-90, which is made of the steel alloy A-606 type 4 molly?

Thank you.

RE: Coiled Tube HS-90

HS- high strength
This alloy is normally desgined for magnetic applications, plus, B-H curves depend heavily on status of alloy. One might be hard to find a BH curve is readily available.

RE: Coiled Tube HS-90

Is there at least any B-H curve of reference that can be found perhaps in materiel books?

RE: Coiled Tube HS-90

There was a typo in my previous post, the alloy is NOT designed for magnetics.
you may find a hysteresis loop from a low alloy carbon steel as a reference.

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