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RAIL

You will find detailed information on JFE's


railroad rails in this catalog, including technical
and dimensional data. This information should
help you select the rails best suited to your
specific needs. JFE Rails are produced in the
shape mill at our West Japan Works. Their high
quality reflects the superior manufacturing
processes and quality control systems that we
have developed during more than nine decades
of steelmaking.
The rails' super-clean materials are produced
with a combination of desulfurizing, degassing
and continuous casting processes for improving
contact fatigue properties. And their quality is
assured by the rigorous controls of UST, ECT
and other systems.
Along with the super-clean standard carbon
rails, our head-hardened rails, JFE-SP and JFE-
THH, which are produced by our advanced on-
line heat treatment technologies, enjoy
favorable reception from worldwide heavy-haul
customers.
JFE rail manufacturing meets the specifications
of JIS, AREMA, UIC, BS, GB and other
internationally recognized standards.
We hope this information is helpful, and we
look forward to serving you.
Desulphurizing
Basic oxygen furnace Vacuum degassing

Blast furnace

Reheat

Hot saw

On-line heat-treatment equipment Hot stamper Hot stamper


Hot saw
Preliminary inspection

Roller straightener On-line


testing

Eddy current On-line


testing machine inspection
Torch cutting

Continuous casting Cooling Marking Inspection


(conditioning)

Storing

ting furnace

Breakdown mill(BD)

Finishing mill(F) Intermediate rolling mill(R2) Roughing mill(R1)

Cooling bed

ultra-sonic Surface flatness measuring device


machine

Sawing and drilling machine Gag press


Inspection

Marking and bundling

Finished products
RH Type

Vacuum
vessel
Alloy Evacuator
element

Droplet

Ar Gaseous
phase

Ladle
Molten steel

Vacuum degassing

Continuous casting bloom


Forming sequence

BLoom BD R1
Rail rolling

Online heat-treatment equipment

R2 F
C

R
E

A
D

G
F

Dimensions
Specifications A B C D E F
mm in. mm in. mm in. mm in. mm in. mm
Japanese Industrial ● 37kg 122.24 (4-13/16) 122.24 (4-13/16) 62.71 (2-15/32) 13.49 (17/32) 36.12 (1-27/64) 21.43
Standards
JIS E 1101 2001
● 40kgN 140.00 (5-33/64) 122.00 (4-51/64) 64.00 (2-33/64) 14.00 (35/64) 41.00 (1-39/64) 25.50

● 50kgN 153.00 (6-1/32) 127.00 (5) 65.00 (2-9/16) 15.00 (19/32) 49.00 (1-59/64) 30.00

● 60kg 174.00 (6-27/32) 145.00 (5-45/64) 65.00 (2-9/16) 16.50 (21/32) 49.00 (1-59/64) 30.10

Ameriican Railway ●115lbs (168.28) 6-5/8 (139.70) 5-1/2 (69.06) 2-23/32 (15.88) 5/8 (42.86) 1-11/16 (28.58)
Engineering and
Maintenance-of-Way
●132lbs (180.98) 7-1/8 (152.40) 6 (76.20) 3 (16.67) 21/32 (44.45) 1-3/4 (30.16)
Association ●133lbs (179.39) 7-1/16 (152.40) 6 (76.20) 3 (17.46) 11/16 (49.21) 1-15/16 (30.16)
AREMA 2002
Chapter 4, Rail ●136lbs-4 (186.53) 7-11/32 (152.40) 6 (74.61) 2-15/16 (17.46) 11/16 (50.01) 1-31/32 (30.16)

●136lbs-8 (185.74) 7-5/16 (152.40) 6 (74.61) 2-15/16 (17.46) 11/16 (49.21) 1-15/16 (30.16)

●136lbs-10 (185.74) 7-5/16 (152.40) 6 (74.61) 2-15/16 (17.46) 11/16 (49.21) 1-15/16 (30.16)

●141lbs (188.91) 7-7/16 (152.40) 6 (77.79) 3-1/16 (17.46) 11/16 (54.77) (2-5/32) (30.16)

International Union ● 54kg 159.00 (6-17/64) 140.00 (5-33/64) 72.20 (2-27/32) 16.00 (5/8) 49.40 (1-15/16) 30.20
of Railways
UIC 1986
● 60kg 172.00 (6-49/64) 150.00 (5-29/32) 74.30 (2-59/64) 16.50 (21/32) 51.00 (2-1/64) 31.50

British Standards 70lbsA 123.82 4-7/8 111.12 4-3/8 60.32 2-3/8 12.30 31/64 39.69 1-9/16 23.02
BS 11 1985
75lbsR 128.59 5-1/16 122.24 4-13/16 61.91 2-7/16 13.10 33/64 39.69 1-9/16 18.65

80lbsA 133.35 5-1/4 117.47 4-5/8 63.50 2-1/2 13.10 33/64 42.47 1-43/64 25.00

90lbsA 142.88 5-5/8 127.00 5 66.67 2-5/8 13.89 35/64 46.04 1-13/16 26.19

●100lbsA 152.40 6 133.35 5-1/4 71.92 2-10/12 15.08 19/32 48.82 1-59/64 27.38

Chinese National 43kg 140.00 (5-33/64) 114.00 (4-31/64) 70.00 (2-3/4) 14.50 (37/64) 42.00 (1-21/32) 27.00
Railways
GB 2585-81
● 50kg 152.00 (5-63/64) 132.00 (5-13/64) 70.00 (2-3/4) 15.50 (39/64) 42.00 (1-21/32) 27.00

● 60kg 176.00 (6-59/64) 150.00 (5-29/32) 73.00 (2-7/8) 16.50 (21/32) 48.50 (1-29/32) 30.50

Russian Standards
GOST
● 65kg 180.00 (7-3/32) 150.00 (5-29/32) 75.00 (2-61/64) 18.00 (45/64) 45.00 (1-49/64) 30.00
Note:1. ●denotes sections manufactured by JFE.
2. Requirements for dimensions and types other than those listed above are met subject to negotiation.
Cross sectional Moment of Section modulus
Weight
area inertia Head Base
G R S W I Zx Zx
2 2 4
in. mm in. mm in. cm in. kg/m 1bs/Y cm in.4 cm3
in.3
cm3
in.3
(27/32) 53.78 (2-1/8) 304.8 (12) 47.30 (7.33) 37.2 (75.0) 952 (22.9) 149 (9.09) 163 (9.95)

(1) 70.00 (2-3/4) 300.0 (11-13/16) 52.00 (8.06) 40.9 (82.5) 1,378 (33.1) 186 (11.4) 197 (12.0)

(1-3/16) 76.00 (2-63/64) 300.0 (11-13/16) 64.20 (9.95) 50.4 (101.6) 1,960 (47.1) 242 (14.8) 274 (16.7)

(1-3/16) 77.50 (3-3/64) 600.0 (23-5/8) 77.50 (12.01) 60.8 (122.6) 3,090 (74.2) 321 (19.6) 397 (24.2)

1-1/8 (82.55) 3-1/4 (254.0) 10 (72.58) 11.25 (56.90) 114.7 (2,743) 65.9 (297) 18.1 (361) 22.0

1-3/16 (98.42) 3-7/8 (254.0) 10 (83.29) 12.91 (65.33) 131.7 (3,659) 87.9 (367) 22.4 (449) 27.4

1-3/16 (95.25) 3-3/4 (254.0) 10 (84.32) 13.07 (66.17) 133.2 (3,588) 86.2 (365) 22.3 (441) 26.9

1-3/16 (98.43) 3-7/8 (101.6) 4 (86.13) 13.35 (67.56) 136.2 (3,950) 94.9 (392) 23.9 (462) 28.2

1-3/16 (98.43) 3-7/8 (203.2) 8 (85.98) 13.33 (67.36) 135.8 (3,921) 94.2 (388) 23.7 (462) 28.2

1-3/16 (98.42) 3-7/8 (254.0) 10 (85.98) 13.33 (67.36) 135.8 (3,921) 94.2 (388) 23.7 (462) 28.2

1-3/16 (98.43) 3-7/8 (203.2) 8 (89.01) 13.80 (69.79) 140.7 (3,992) 95.4 (398) 24.3 (462) 28.2

(1-3/16) 76.20 (3) 300.0 (11-13/16) 69.34 (10.75) 54.43 (109.7) 2,346 (56.36) 279.2 (17.04) 312.9 (19.09)

(1-15/64) 80.95 (3-3/16) 300.0 (11-13/16) 76.86 (11.91) 60.34 (121.6) 3,055 (73.40) 335.5 (20.47) 377.4 (23.03)

29/32 61.91 2-7/16 (304.8) 12 44.34 6.87 34.81 70.16 910.69 21.88 145.74 8.89 148.79 9.08

47/64 53.98 2-1/8 (228.6) 9 47.19 7.31 37.04 74.67 1,061.3 25.50 159.09 9.71 171.50 10.47

63/64 66.67 2-5/8 (304.8) 12 50.65 7.85 39.76 80.15 1,204.7 28.94 177.46 10.83 184.52 11.26

1-1/32 71.44 2-13/16 (304.8) 12 57.45 8.90 45.10 90.91 1,563.8 37.57 214.83 13.11 222.60 13.58

1-5/64 76.20 3 (304.8) 12 63.93 9.91 50.18 101.16 1,961.0 47.11 252.42 15.40 258.60 15.78

(1-1/16) 62.50 (2-29/64) 300.0 (11-13/16) 57.00 (8.84) 44.65 (90.01) 1,489 (35.77) 208.3 (12.71) 217.3 (13.26)

(1-1/16) 68.50 (2-45/64) 300.0 (11-13/16) 65.80 (10.20) 51.51 (103.8) 2,037 (48.94) 251.3 (15.34) 287.2 (17.53)

(1-13/64) 79.00 (3-7/64) 300.0 (11-13/16) 77.45 (12.00) 60.64 (122.2) 3,217 (77.29) 339.4 (20.71) 396.0 (24.17)

(1-3/16) 82.50 (3-1/4) 500.0 (19-11/16) 82.65 (12.81) 64.72 (130.5) 3,549 (85.3) 360.0 (21.90) 437.0 (26.60)
62.71 64

R
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11


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(36.12)

40
13R

300R
R304

(41)

80R


1:2
9R 3R
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1.5

6R

3° 6.3
5R


20R
500R
304.8 14
Approx.1.5C R

140
122.24

13.49 NA

73.5
Approx.1.5C
64.69

NA
Approx.1.5C

70

68.9
Approx.1.5C
53.78

R
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57
500R

15R

R
15
1 1
3° 2
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21.43

25.5

R 5
R :2.7

15.5


19

122
R
R

122.24

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Approx.1.5C Approx.1.5C
φ25.4 φ24
Approx.4.5

Approx.50
53.78

57

60.5 127 77 130

65 65
11 15
600R
300R

13R
(49)
80R

(49)

40
40

13R


50R
2R

:2.7
5 5R 1
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R6
19
R

R30
11

R500
15 16.5
174
153

NA
Approx.1.5C NA
94.9

Approx.1.5C
74

Approx.1.5C 25φ
500R Approx.1.5C
71.6

73.8
77.5
76

15R
77.8

500R
63

R
19

20R


R :2.7
1 3
30

R
30.1
18.5


110 :
14

127
R

145

Approx.1.5C 24φ Approx.1.5C 28φ


Approx.
70

Approx.60
73.8

63

77 130 77 130 130


74.3
72.2 72
70 36 36
35 35 70.6
68.6 52
49.8 21
Y
19
y

14.3
13R 13R
1:20

14.1

300R

300R
37.5

1:20
80R
36.3

80R
49.4

300R

51
300R

1:20
13R 13R
1:20
80R

80R

3R 33
3R
13.5

30.6 7R
13.1 .75
8R 1:2 35R
28.75

R
28.2

22 120R
19.5

508R
31.5
25.4

16.5
172

x
159

x x x
116.5
89.5

16
105.7
79.4

32
38.2

16.5
19.5
74.97
76.2

120R
28.75

508R

80.95
28.2

35R
16R
20R

1:2.7
40

5 7R
R

1:18 3R
30.2

4R
31.5
18

16.5
11

11.5

2R
2R

Y
33
40 37.15
36.1 75 75
70 70 150
140
3”
(76.2)
221/
32 (
”69)
(38.1)
1
1/
4(”31.8) 1
1/
2 ”

R(254R)

R(254R)
1:40
R)

R(254R)
”42.8)

(1.6R)
(44.4)
R(254R)

4 ”
(38.1


8”R(9.5R)

R
3

16 ”
/ 8” R

10”
1/

10 ”
1:40

3
(9.5R)


1/ 4”
R(31.8R)
16 (

10 ”
1/2 ”R

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1
10 ”
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1 ” R
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1

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32(
5

16 ”R(7.9R)
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1:4


3
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/ 4”R(19.1R)

9
(19

8 ”R(203
3

11
/ .2 R)
16(
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2R)
14 ”

” 181.0)
R(355.6R)
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R(406.4R)
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(15.9)

16(106.4)

8”
R(203.2R)
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21

8 (

32(
” 16.7)
14”
R(355.6R)
8”

7/
1
NEUTRAL AXIS

6/8 (

NEUTRAL AXIS
5
16(


313/

4/
3

” 98.4)
(75.7)

” 82.6)

(81.3)

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3
R(19.1R) 16 ”R(406.

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2.98”

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3.20”
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(22.22R)
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1:4 1:4
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3
1/

1 1

16 ”
R(1.6R)
1

1

6”R(3.2R) /
16 ”
R(1.59R)

1
5/2 (
” 139.7) 6”
(152.4)

15
2 /
16(
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1
approx.2 /
16(
” 52.39)

3”
(76.2)
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(35.56)
1:40

R4 ”R(10

9)
14 16 ”

1.40”

R9
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32(

5
R(254R)


131/
R(254R)

/ 16 ”
R
1 (7.9R)
(49.21)

(1.59R)

1/ 4”
R(31.75R)
16 ”

1:14.3
R

1:4 5
16 ”

10 ”


16 ”
R(7.9R)
115/

10”
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3

8”R(9.53R)

9

32(
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1


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8 ”R(203
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32(

” 186.53)

7

16 ”
R(11.11R)

7

3

4 ”R
(19.05R)
8 ”R(203 11
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14(
” 17.4) CL 20”R(508R)
16(106.3)
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32(

8”R(203.2R)
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CL (203.2R)(406.4R) NEUTRAL AXIS


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of 8” R

16(

11

16(
” 17.46)
43/
7/

NEUTRAL AXIS
1
315/ ”

(85)
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3.347”
(81.28)

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4(

16 ”R(406.
8(
3/
3.20”

R)
3

3/
7
9.1 R
4”
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3

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(30.16)

1 1:4
1:4.01
16 ”

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1/
3

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1 1
1
/ 1 /
8”R(3.2R) /
16 ”
R(1.6R)
6”R(3.18R) /
16 ”
R(1.59R)

6”
(152.4) 6”
(152.4)
15
2 / 16(
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16(
” 74.6)

R)
1.104”
(28.04) 1.25”
(31.8)

1.8
R(3
R(254R)

R(14.3R)
R(203.2R)

R(254R)
4”
3
/8 ”
R(9.53R)


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1
1:40

1:40
9

16 ”
R(14.29R)

10”

10”
16(

16(
8”

16 ”
3
1 /4 ”R
115/

115/
5 5
/ 16 ”
R / 16 ”
R


(44.45R)

9
(7.9R) (7.9R)
1:4 5
/ 1:4 5
16 ”
R(7.9R) /
16 ”
R(7.9R)
9 9

32(
” 7.1) 3
/ /
32(
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4”R(19.1R) /
4”R(19.1R)
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11 11

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14(
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16 (
8”R(203.2R) 8”R(203.2R)
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7/
5

5
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4”

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3


8”R(3.2R)
3


16 ”
R(1.6R) /
8”R(3.2R) /
16 ”
R(1.6R)

6”
(152.4) 6”
(152.4)

31/16″
(77.8)

1.1023″
(28) 5°
R(203.2R)

R(203.2R)
(54.8)

5
/16″
R 9
/16″
R(14.3R)
25/32″

R
R)
(4 5 ″

(7.9R)
4.5
8″

8″
1.7

1:3
5
/16″
R(7.9R)
3
/4 ″
R(19.1R)
7
8″
R(203.2
/32″
(5.6) R)
(188.9)

11
/16″ R&20″
8″ R
(104)

7 7/16″

(17.5)
43/32″

WEB
(98.4)
37/8″

31/4″
(82.6)
R(508R )
20″
3
/4 ″
R(19.1R)
113/16″
(30.2)

1:4
1
1
/8 ″
R(3.2R) /16″
R(1.6R)

6″
(152.4)
(27/16)
61.91
23/8(
”60.32)
Parallel sides

228.60 rad.(9)

(19/16)
11.11 rad.(7/16)
”39.69)


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(9.52)
12”R

39.69
1
/16 ”R (304.80) lin 20 1.59 rad.
19/16 (

(1.59) (1/16)3
2.75


(151/16)

/16”
(7.94) 5
/16(
”7.94) 6.35 rad.
(1/4)
128.59

Parallel
(33/64)
”123.82)

7 13.10
/8”
R
(22.22) 31 CL20”web R
/64”
(12.30) (508.00)
47/8(

”61.91)

(21/8)
47/16(

d.(12)
(47/64)


/16”R 304.80 ra

(21/64)
53.98

/2”R (11.11)
18.65

(12.70) 9.53 rad.(3/8)


(23.02)

(3/8)

8.33
5 1
/16”

/32”

(7.94) 2.75
1 6
/8”R(3.17) 19
/32”
(15.08)
29

4.76 rad.(3/16)

/16”R(1.59)

43/8(
”111.12) (413/16)
122.24

21/2(
”63.50)
12”R(304.80R)

”42.47)


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(11.11R)
143/64(

(1.59R)

/16”R
2.75


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”133.35)


/16 

”7.94)


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51/4(

CL20”web R
33
/64(
”13.10) (508.00R)
”66.67)
25/8(


/2”R(12.70R)

/8”R(15.87R)

11 63
/32(
”8.73) 2.75 /64”
(25.00)
41

/8”R(3.17R) /64”
(16.27)


/16”R(1.59R)

45/8(
”117.47)
25/8(
”66.67)


/2”
R
”46.04)

(12.70R)
12”
R(304.80R)
113/16(


/16”
R(1.59R) 2.75


/16”
R(7.94R)

/16(
”7.94R)
”142.87)


/8”
R(22.22R)
35
/64” CL20”web R
55/8(

(13.89) (508.00R)
”71.44)
213/16(

(12.70R)
(15.87R) 1/2”
R

/8”
R 1 11/32”
23 (26.19)
/64(
”9.13) 2.75

/8”
R(3.17R) 43
/64”
(17.07)

/16”
R(1.59R)
5”
(127.00)

210/12 (
”71.92)
23/4(
”69.58)

/4(
”19.05)
”48.82)


/2”
R
31/8”R 12”R (12.70R)
(79.37R)(304.80R)
20

159/64(


/16”
R(1.59R) 2.75



/16”
R(7.94R)
(152.40)


/16(
”7.94)

/8”
R(22.22R)

CL20web R(508.00R)
6”

19
/32(
”15.08)
(76.20)
3”


/16”R(14.29R)

/4”
R(19.05)



15/64(
”27.38)
/8(
”9.52) 2.75
1 41
/8”
R(3.17R) /64”
(16.27)


/16”
R(1.59R)
51/4(
”133.35)
70.00

70.00

R300.00
R13.00

42.00
R300.00

R13.00 R2.50
42.00

1:4
.00 R5.00
R2
1:3 R12.00
R5.00
R10.00 R350.00
R350.00

36.70
41.50
32.80

152.00
35.50

Approx.C1.50
Approx.C1.50

83.00

φ31.00
NEUTRAL AXIS
140.00

C.L OF BOLT HOLE


φ29.00
71.00

C.L OF BOLT HOLE NEUTRAL AXIS 15.50


14.50 Approx.
C1.50
Approx. C1.50
35.50

41.50
R350.00

70.90
R350.00
68.50

.00

R15.00 R2
1:
11.00

3 1
:4
27.00
27.00


:6
R4.00 R4.00
R2.50 R2.00

114.00 132.00

Approx.C1.50
Approx.C1.5
68.5
62.5

φ29 φ31

56 110 160 66 150 140

73.00
34.68
25.33
2.00
0.17

10

R80 12.02
48.50

R300
22.14

R13

R2
:3
17.79 1 6.24
3.76
9.37

3.30 R8
R25
10.39
R400
48.50

41.30

Approx. C1.50
176.00
97.00

NEUTRAL AXIS R400


16.5 C.L OF BOLT HOLE
39.42
81.23
48.50

R12.00

R400
10.20
17.00
R20

R40

7.33
30.50

23.77 1
:3
15.25


:9 R4
R2 12

29.25 91.50 29.25


150.00
97
176

φ31
79

76 140 140
75.00

49.10
20.00
0.1
1.7
15.7
R500

R80

R15
35.6
1:20

40.1
45.00

41.9

36.5
50.8

19.6
R3
1:4 16.4
R7
97.50

R370
R15
12.0 30°
CENTER LINE
180.00
105.00

18.00

NEUTRAL AXIS
10.8

R400
8.13

R2
5
5
R2

44.5

1:4 R4
30.00

22.6
11.2

29.6 R2
150.00
Chemical composition %

Specifications Classification
C Si Mn P

Japanese Industrial 37kg 0.55∼0.70 0.15∼0.35 0.60∼0.90 0.045 max.


Standards
JIS E 1101 2001 40kgN

50kgN 0.63∼0.75 0.15∼0.30 0.70∼1.10 0.030 max.

60kg
American Railway
Engineering and
Maintenance-of-Way 115 lbs/Yd
0.74∼0.84 0.10∼0.60 0.80∼1.10 0.035 max.
Association and over
AREMA 2002
Chapter 4, Rail

International Union Grade 700 0.40∼0.60 0.05∼0.35 0.80∼1.25 0.050 max.


of Railways
UIC 1986 Grade 900A 0.60∼0.80 0.80∼1.30
0.10∼0.50 0.040 max.
Grade 900B 0.55∼0.75 1.30∼1.70

Grade 1100* 0.60∼0.82 0.30∼0.90 0.80∼1.30 0.030 max.

British Standards Normal 0.45∼0.60 0.05∼0.35 0.95∼1.25


BS 11 1985
A 0.65∼0.80 0.80∼1.30 0.040 max.
Wear-
0.10∼0.50
resisting B 0.55∼0.75 1.30∼1.70

Chinese National U74 0.67∼0.80 0.13∼0.28 0.70∼1.00


Railways 0.040 max.
GB 2585-81 U71 Mn 0.65∼0.77 0.15∼0.35 1.10∼1.50

ISO 5003 1980 A 0.50∼0.70 0.07∼0.35 0.60∼1.00


1 0.05 max.
B 0.40∼0.60 0.05∼0.35 0.80∼1.25

A 0.62∼0.82 0.60∼1.10
2 0.10∼0.35 0.05 max.
B 0.50∼0.70 0.95∼1.25

A 0.60∼0.80 0.80∼1.30
3 0.10∼0.50 0.05 max.
B 0.55∼0.75 1.30∼1.70
Note * Other element : Cr 0.80∼1.30%
Requirements for dimensions and types other than those listed above are met subject to negotiation.
Tensile properties Hardness properties
Tensile strength Elongation Test piece Brinell hardness(HB)
S
2 2
N/mm (kgf/mm ) % mm Surface of rail head Cross section of rail head

0.050 max. 690


(70)min. 9 ー

Dia.=14

G.L.=50
0.025 max. 800
(82)min. 10 235

Dia.=1/2 in
0.037 max. 965 min. 9 300 ー
G.L.=2 in

0.050 max. 680∼830 14

Dia.=10
0.040 max. 880∼1030 10 ー ー
G.L.=50

0.030 max. 1080 min. 7

710 min. 9
Dia.=13.82
0.040 max. ー ー
G.L.=5.65 So
880 min. 8

0.050 max. 780


(80)min. 9
Dia.=15
ー ー
0.040 max. 8 G.L.=5d
880
(90)min.

10
0.05 max. 680 min.
14

9 Dia.=10
0.05 max. 780 min. ー ー
G.L.=50
12


0.05 max. 880 min.
10
Our advanced on-line heat-treatment technologies make the head-hardened region of JFE-
SP and JFE-THH rail thick and uniform.

Optimal alloy designing and processing bring about the outstanding wear-resistance of
JFE-SP and JFE-THH rail.

JFE-SP and JFE-THH have excellent weldability in flash-butt and Thermite welding.

JFE-SP and JFE-THH rails offer consistent quality accomplished by our super-clean
steelmaking technology, advanced on-line heat-treatment technique and rigorous
inspection system.

The excellent resistance to wear and rolling contact fatigue damage of JFE-SP and JFE-
THH rails will greatly contribute to reduce the cost of maintenance and replace.
Grade Hardness of head top(HB)

SP 360∼415
SPA 360∼415
THH 370N 341∼388
THH 370A 350∼405
THH 340(HH340) 321∼375

wt %

Grade C Si Mn P S Cr Others(each)

SP 0.74∼0.84 0.10∼0.60 0.80∼1.25 0.02 max. 0.02 max. 0.30 max. 0.05 max.
SPA 0.74∼0.84 0.40∼0.90 0.60∼1.10 0.03 max. 0.02 max. 0.40∼0.60 0.05 max.
THH 370N 0.72∼0.82 0.10∼0.50 0.80∼1.25 0.03 max. 0.02 max. 0.25 max. 0.01 max.
THH 370A 0.72∼0.82 0.40∼0.60 0.80∼1.10 0.03 max. 0.02 max. 0.40∼0.60 0.06 max.
THH 340(HH340) 0.72∼0.82 0.10∼0.55 0.70∼1.10 0.03 max. 0.02 max. 0.20 max. 0.03 max.
wt %

Grade C Si Mn P S Cr V

SP 0.83 0.59 1.17 0.015 0.006 0.24 0.004


SPA 0.83 0.78 0.63 0.015 0.009 0.44 0.003
THH 370N 0.78 0.30 1.20 0.013 0.008 0.22 0.003
THH 370A 0.77 0.56 0.84 0.012 0.008 0.44 0.056

0.2% Yield Strength Tensile Strength Elongation %


Grade N/mm2 (ksi) N/mm2 (ksi)
910 1338
SP (132) (194) 13.8

901 1345
SPA (131) (195) 14.1

903 1310
THH 370N (131) (190) 12.3

902 1315
THH 370A 12.5
(131) (191)

Surface hardness on the top of rail head 1/2"

Grade HB Remarks
1/2"

SP 388
SPA 380 mean value for 6 tests
THH 370N 373 (see the bottom figure)

THH 370A 370 Diameter=1/2"


Gauge length=2"

Hardness measurement points on the top of rail head

4.6m

0.3m 0.8m 0.8m 0.8m 0.8m 0.8m 0.3m


440 440
410 410
S P THH370N
400 400
420 420
390 C-O 390 C-O
E-O E-O
380 400 380 400
370 370

360 380 360 380


HB350 HV HB350 HV

340 360 340 360

330 330

320 340 320 340

310 310
320 320
300 300

290 290
300 300
280 0.0 3.2 6.4 9.6 12.8 16.019.2 22.425.6 28.832.0 35.2 280 0.0 3.2 6.4 9.6 12.8 16.019.2 22.425.6 28.832.0 35.2
Distance from Head Surface(mm) Distance from Head Surface(mm)

440 440
410 410
SPA THH370A
400 400
420 420
390 C-O 390 C-O
E-O E-O
380 400 380 400
370 370

360 380 360 380


HB350 HV HB350 HV

340 360 340 360

330 330

320 340 320 340

310 310
320 320
300 300

290 290
300 300
280 0.0 3.2 6.4 9.6 12.8 16.019.2 22.425.6 28.832.0 35.2 280 0.0 3.2 6.4 9.6 12.8 16.019.2 22.425.6 28.832.0 35.2
Distance from Head Surface(mm) Distance from Head Surface(mm)

C
E

O
SP SP THH 370N

THH

SPA THH 370A

5mm

Measurement point of microstructure

Tire sample
1.00
(HB 350)
16φ

30φ

800rpm

Pearlitic microstructure

0.75
Standard
16φ

30φ

Carbon rail Rail sample


THH370A
Weight loss (g)

728rpm

THH370N 8
0.50
Load : 490N(50kgf)
Slip : -10%
Lubrication : dry
(参考) Test time : 2 hours

0.25

SP

SPA 30φ
0.00
250 300 350 400
Hardness HV Wear by rolling
contact test
2mm
(0.08in)

420 450
400 SP, SPA
SPA
380 400
360
HB HV
340
350
320
300
280 300
260
240
SP
250
220
200 200
180 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50
Distance from Weld Center(mm)

420 450
400 THH370N, THH370A
380 400
360
HB HV
340
350
320
300
280 300
260
240 250 THH370A
220 THH370N
200 200
180 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50
Distance from Weld Center(mm)

(N/mm2)
200
Residual Stress in Longitudinal Direction

2 1 2
3 3
100 4 4

5 5
0 THH 6 6

7 7

-100 SP 8 8

9 9

-200
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 10 11 12 11 10

Head Web Base


Measuring position
Measuring position
wt %

Grade C Si Mn P S Cr V

THH 340(HH340) 0.78 0.24 0.91 0.018 0.007 0.13 0.008

0.2% Yield Strength Tensile Strength Elongation %


Grade N/mm2 (kgf/mm2) N/mm2 (kgf/mm2)
807 1203
THH 340(HH340) 13.8
(82.3) (122.7)

15mm

15mm
Surface hardness on the top of rail head
Grade HSC Remarks
mean value for 6 tests
THH 340(HH340) 50
(see the bottom figure)
Diameter=14mm
Gauge length=50mm
Hardness measurement points on the top of rail head
4.6m

0.3m 0.8m 0.8m 0.8m 0.8m 0.8m 0.3m

Hardness distribution
420
440
400
420
380 400
360 380

HB 340 HV 360 O

320 340

300 320

300
280
280
260
260
1 6 11 16 21 26 31 36
Distance from head Surface(mm)
THH340(HH340)

5mm

Measurement point of
(×5600) microstructure

2.0
(cycles)
4
Weight loss due abrasion g at 50 10

1.5
× Pearlitie microstructure

THH370A

1.0 THH370N

THH340
(HH340)
Standard
0.5 Carbon rail

0.0
200 250 300 350 400
Hardness HV

Tire sample

16φ

30φ

(HB 350)
800rpm 30φ
16φ

30φ

Rail sample
728rpm

Wear by rolling contact test


Load : 490N(50kgf) Lubrication : dry


Slip : -10% Test time : 2 hours
HV(10)
HB 450
400
400
350
2mm
(0.08in)
350
300
300
250
250
200 HAZ
200
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50
Distance from Weld Center(mm)

(N/mm2) (kgf/mm2)
200 20
Residual Stress in Longitudinal Direction

100 10
2 1 2
3 3
4 4
0 0
5 5
6 6

7 7
-100 -10

8 8
9 9 -200 -20
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

10 11 12 11 10 Head Web Base


Measuring position
Measuring position
JFE Current Transmission Rails are assured by strict quality control of chemical
composition during steel manufacture.

Uniformity of steel quality is made possible by JFE's special technology for minimizing
segregation.
This specification covers rails used in the transmission of The rail samples obtained at the rate of one from each steel
current for electric trains(hereinater referred to as the "rails"). heat shall tested for electric resistance in the manner set
forth in the annex "Method of Determining the Electric
Resistance of Current Transmission Rails". If the requirements
of paragraph 2.2 have been satisfied in the test, all rails
manufactured from the said heat shall be accepted.

The chemical composition of the rails shall conform to the


ladle analysis and its values to Table 1. To define their material characteristics, the rails shall undergo
Table 1. for reference the mechanical test set forth in Table 3.
Chemical Composition, %
C Mn P S Cu Table 3.
Test Item Number of Pieces Tested
0.08 max. 0.30 max. 0.030 max. 0.030 max. 0.25 max.
Yield strength

Electric resistance of the rails, at 20 deg C, shall be less than Tensile strength
Tensile 1 piece per heat
7.2 taimes that of the same volume of international standard test
mild copper. Elongation,

Reduction of area

Hardness test HB 1 piece per heat


The appearance of the rails shall be as follows:
The rails shall be of uniform contour along their entire
Modulus of elasticity 1 piece per lot
length and free from flaws, twists, and other defects.
The rails cut surface shall have no evidence of pipe marks
Coefficient of expansion 1 piece per lot
or other harmful internal defects.
The rail ends shall be cut at right angles to the longitudinal
direction and burrs left on the cut surface shall be removed.

Result sheets of the various tests set forth in 6 shall be


prepared and furnished to the users.

The shapes, dimensions and standard weights shall be as


follows:
The ahapes and sectional dimensions of the rails shall One side of the rail web shall be embossed, as shown by
conform to the annexed drawings, JIS E 1101"Standard example below, with an arrow mark for the head direction of
Rails". ingot during rolling, a symbol for the type of rail, a symbol
The standard length of the rails shall be 15m. The following for the type of steel furnace, the name or recognized
smaller lengths may, however, be used up to 10% of the symbol of the manufacturer, the date of manufacture, etc.
entire quality ordered: These must be legible as long as the rail is in use.
10m, 11m, 12m, 13m, 14m
The standard weight of the rails shall be provided for in JIS
E 1101"Standard Rails". ←50N LD JFE  2003 4
The other side of the web, meanwhile, shall be stamped, as
shown by example below, with an indication(TR), a heat
number, a symbol for the order of rail rolled from the ingot,etc.
Dimensional tolerances for the rails, at 20 deg C, shall be
as given in Table 2.
(Unit : mm)
Table 2. Item Tolerance 04 Y3 74816 B TR
Length ±10
Height of rail +1.0 -0.5 Indication for
Width of head and web transmission
+1.0 -0.5
Work gang rail
Width of base ±1.5 identification
Rail squareness 1.0 Heat number
Ingot number
Rail letter

The end surface of the rails shall be painted orange.

The chemical analysis shall be in sccordance with JIS. Entire text omitted of the annex "Method of Determining the
Electric Resistance of Current Transmission Rails"
Arrow mark to indicate direction of
top of bloom or ingot

Rail type
Steelmaking furnace type
Manufacturer
Year rolled

Month rolled

50N LD JFE 2003 4

Serial number of rail

Number of strand
Serial number of cast bloom

Heat number
Work gang identification

Carbon content

13  01  C6862 A C70


Weight

Section

Method of hydrogen elimination

Manufacturer
Year rolled

Month rolled

141  RE VT JFE 2003 llll

Kind of rail
(SP=SP rail, SPA=SPA rail, TH=THH rail, THA=THHA rail)

Heat number

Serial number of rail


Number of strand

Serial number of
cast bloom
N kgf kip tonf HV HBS HRC HSC TS N/mm2(kgf/mm2)
-3 -3
1 0.101972 0.224809×10 0.100361×10 470 441 46.9 ー (160)
1569
9.80665 1 2.20462 ×10-3 0.984207×10-3 460 433 46.1 62 1530
(156)

4448.22 453.59237 1 0.446429 450 425 45.3 ー 1500


(153)

9964.02 1016.05 2.240 1 440 415 44.5 59 1461


(149)
kip=1000lbf 430 405 43.6 ー (144)
1412
420 397 42.7 57 (140)
1373
2 2 2 2
N/mm(MPa) kbar kgf/mm kip/in tonf/in 410 388 41.8 ー 1334
(136)
1 0.10 0.101972 0.145038 0.064749 400 379 40.8 55 (131)
1285
10 1 1.01972 1.45038 0.647490 390 369 39.8 ー (127)
1245
9.80665 0.980665 1 1.42233 0.634970 380 360 38.8 52 1206
(123)
6.89476 0.689476 0.70307 1 0.446429 370 350 37.7 ー 1177
(120)

15.4443 1.54443 1.57488 2.240 1 360 341 36.6 50 (115)


1128
kip/in2=ksi=1000psi psi=lbf/in2 350 331 35.5 ー (112)
1098
340 322 34.4 47 (109)
1069
J kgf-m ft-lbf 330 313 33.3 ー (105)
1030
1 0.101972 0.737562 320 303 32.2 45 1010
(103)
9.80665 1 7.23301 310 294 31.0 ー 981
(100)
1.35582 0.138255 1 300 284 29.8 42 ( 97)
951
295 280 29.2 ー ( 96)
941
290 275 28.5 41 922
( 92)
Degree of Curve Radius of Curve 285 270 27.8 ー ( 92)
902
0°
30’ 3492.8 280 265 27.1 40 ( 91)
892
0°
35’ 3000 275 261 26.4 ー ( 89)
873
0°
52’ 2000 270 256 25.6 38 ( 87)
853
1°
00’ 1746.4 265 252 24.8 ー ( 86)
843
1°
10’ 1500 260 247 24.0 37 824
( 84)
1°
30’ 1164.3 255 243 23.1 ー ( 82)
804
1°
44’ 1000 250 238 22.2 36 ( 81)
794
2°
00’ 873.2 245 233 21.3 ー 775
( 79)
2°
11’ 800 240 228 20.3 34 765
( 78)
2°
30’ 698.6 HV Vicker Hardness Load 50kgf
2°
55’ 600 HB Brinell Hardness10mm Ball
Load 3000kgf
3°
00’ 582.2
HRC Rockwell Hardness C-Scale
3°
30’ 500 Load 150kgf
3°
30’ 499.0 HSC Shore Hardness diamond cone

4°
00’ 436.7
4°
22’ 400
4°
30’ 388.2
5°
00’ 349.4
5°
30’ 317.6
5°
50’ 300
6°
00’ 291.2
7°
00’ 249.7
8°
00’ 218.5
8°
44’ 200
9°
00’ 194.2
10°
00’ 174.9
1746.38 50
R= (Degree) D=2 Sin-1
11°
00’ 159.0 D R(ft)
15.24
12°
00’ 145.8 =2 Sin-1
R(m)
°
C -0 -2 -4 -6 -8 °
C °
F -0 -2 -4 -6 -8 °
F
-60 -76.0 -79.6 -83.2 -86.8 -90.4 -60 -80 -62.2 -63.3 -64.4 -65.6 -66.7 -80
-50 -58.0 -61.6 -65.2 -68.8 -72.4 -50 -70 -56.7 -57.8 -58.9 -60.0 -61.1 -70
-40 -40.0 -43.6 -47.2 -50.8 -54.4 -40 -60 -51.1 -52.2 -53.3 -54.4 -55.6 -60
-30 -22.0 -25.6 -29.2 -32.8 -36.4 -30 -50 -45.6 -46.7 -47.8 -48.9 -50.0 -50
-20 -4.0 -7.6 -11.2 -14.8 -18.4 -20 -40 -40.0 -41.1 -42.2 -43.3 -44.4 -40
-10 14.0 10.4 6.8 3.2 -0.4 -10 -30 -34.4 -35.6 -36.7 -37.8 -38.9 -30
-0 32.0 28.4 24.8 21.2 17.6 -0 -20 -28.9 -30.0 -31.1 -32.2 -33.3 -20
℃ 0 2 4 6 8 ℃ -10 -23.3 -24.4 -25.6 -26.7 -27.8 -10
0 32.0 35.6 39.2 42.8 46.4 0 -0 -17.8 -18.9 -20.0 -21.1 -22.2 -0
10 50.0 53.6 57.2 60.8 64.4 10 °
F 0 2  4 6 8 °
F
20 68.0 71.6 75.2 78.8 82.4 20 0 -17.8 -16.7 -15.6 -14.4 -13.3 0
30 86.0 89.6 93.2 96.8 100.4 30 10 -12.2 -11.1 -10.0 -8.9 -7.8 10
40 104.0 107.6 111.2 114.8 118.4 40 20 -6.7 -5.6 -4.4 -3.3 -2.2 20
50 122.0 125.6 129.2 132.8 136.4 50 30 -1.1 0 1.1 2.2 3.3 30
60 140.0 143.6 147.2 150.8 154.4 60 40 4.4 5.6 6.7 7.8 8.9 40
70 158.0 161.6 165.2 168.8 172.4 70 50 10.0 11.1 12.2 13.3 14.4 50
80 176.0 179.6 183.2 186.8 190.4 80 60 15.6 16.7 17.8 18.9 20.0 60
90 194.0 197.6 201.2 204.8 208.4 90 70 21.1 22.2 23.3 24.4 25.6 70
100 212.0 215.6 219.2 222.8 226.4 100 80 26.7 27.8 28.9 30.0 31.1 80
℃ 0 20 40 60 80 ℃ 90 32.2 33.3 34.4 35.6 36.7 90
0 32 68 104 140 176 0 100 37.8 38.9 40.0 41.1 42.2 100
100 212 248 284 320 356 100 110 43.3 44.4 45.6 46.7 47.8 110
200 392 428 464 500 536 200 120 48.9 50.0 51.1 52.2 53.3 120
300 572 608 644 680 716 300 130 54.4 55.6 56.7 57.8 58.9 130
400 752 788 824 860 896 400 140 60.0 61.1 62.2 63.3 64.4 140
500 932 968 1004 1040 1076 500 150 65.6 66.7 67.8 68.9 70.0 150
600 1112 1148 1184 1220 1256 600 160 71.1 72.2 73.3 74.4 75.6 160
700 1292 1328 1364 1400 1436 700 170 76.7 77.8 78.9 80.0 81.1 170
800 1472 1508 1544 1580 1616 800 180 82.2 83.3 84.4 85.6 86.7 180
900 1652 1688 1724 1760 1796 900 190 87.8 88.9 90.0 91.1 92.2 190
1000 1832 1868 1904 1940 1976 1000 200 93.3 94.4 95.6 96.7 97.8 200
1100 2012 2048 2084 2120 2156 1100 210 98.9 100.0 101.1 102.2 103.3 210
1200 2192 2228 2264 2300 2336 1200 220 104.4 105.6 106.7 107.8 108.9 220
1300 2372 2408 2444 2480 2516 1300 °
F 10 20 40 60 80 °
F
1400 2552 2588 2624 2660 2696 1400 0 -17.8 -6.7 4.4 15.6 26.7 0
1500 2732 2768 2804 2840 2876 1500 100 37.8 48.9 60.0 71.1 82.2 100
1600 2912 2948 2984 3020 3056 1600 200 93.3 104.4 115.6 126.7 137.8 200
1700 3092 3128 3164 3200 3236 1700 300 148.9 160.0 171.1 182.2 193.3 300
1800 3272 3308 3344 3380 3416 1800 400 204.4 215.6 226.7 237.8 248.9 400
1900 3452 3488 3524 3560 3596 1900 500 260.0 271.1 282.2 293.3 304.4 500
2000 3632 3668 3704 3740 3776 2000 600 315.6 326.7 337.8 348.9 360.0 600
9 700 371.1 382.2 393.3 404.4 415.6 700
F=32+ C
5 800 426.7 437.8 448.9 460.0 471.1 800
5 900 482.2 493.3 504.4 515.6 526.7 900
C= (F-32)

1000 537.8 548.9 560.0 571.1 582.2 1000
1100 593.3 604.4 615.6 626.7 637.8 1100
1200 648.9 660.0 671.1 682.2 693.3 1200
1300 704.4 715.6 726.7 737.8 748.9 1300
1400 760.0 771.1 782.2 793.3 804.4 1400
1500 815.6 826.7 837.8 848.9 860.0 1500
1600 871.1 882.2 893.3 904.4 915.6 1600
1700 926.7 937.8 948.9 960.0 971.1 1700
1800 982.2 993.3 1004.4 1015.6 1026.7 1800
1900 1037.8 1048.9 1060.0 1071.1 1082.2 1900
2000 1093.3 1104.4 1115.6 1126.7 1137.8 2000
2100 1148.9 1160.0 1171.1 1182.2 1193.3 2100
2200 1204.4 1215.6 1226.7 1237.8 1248.9 2200
2300 1260.0 1271.1 1282.2 1293.3 1304.4 2300
2400 1315.6 1326.7 1337.8 1348.9 1360.0 2400
2500 1371.1 1382.2 1393.3 1404.4 1415.6 2500
2600 1426.7 1437,8 1448.9 1460.0 1471.1 2600
2700 1482.2 1493.3 1504.4 1515.6 1526.7 2700
2800 1537.8 1548.9 1560.0 1571.1 1582.2 2800
2900 1593.3 1604.4 1615.6 1626.7 1637.8 2900
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