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Ambient Temperature Mechanical Properties

Chemical and mechanical properties of British Standard Aerospace S500 sheet grades

British Standard Aerospace products for sheet and strip have their own individual standards and are not summarized in a single Standard. The table shows most of the grade numbers that are commonly encountered.

Ambient temperature mechanical properties of cold worked wire to EN 10088-3

EN 10088-3 is for stainless steel long products. Table 18 defines the levels of tensile strength which can be defined for each grade in the 2H (cold worked condition). The "official" standard for stainless steel spring wire is EN 10270-3. However, this standard only has 3 grades. Many of the steels listed in Table 18 could be used in practice as springs. For the supply of these products, go to Wire Suppliers

Ambient temperature mechanical properties of heat resisting steels to BS EN 10095

BS EN 10095 is the material standard for heat resisting steels and nickel alloys. Mechanical properties (proof strength, tensile strength, hardness and elongation) of the common grades of stainless steel covered in the standard are listed. Ferritic, austenitic and austenitic-ferritic (duplex) grades are included.

Chemical and mechanical properties of British Standard Aerospace S100 bar grades

British Standard Aerospace products for bar have their own individual standards and are not summarized in a single Standard. The table shows most of the grade numbers that are commonly encountered.

Ambient temperature mechanical properties of austenitic stainless steel bright bars to BS EN 10088-3

BS EN 10088-3 gives the mechanical properties for stainless steel semi-finished products, bars, rods and sections for general purposes. The properties given in this article are proof strength, tensile strength, elongation and hardness of austenitic stainless steels.

Ambient temperature mechanical properties of martensitic and precipitation hardening stainless steel long products to BS EN 10088-3

BS EN 10088-3 gives the mechanical properties for stainless steel semi-finished products, bars, rods and sections for general purposes. This article covers martensitic and precipitation hardening stainless steels. The properties given are proof strength, tensile strength, elongation and hardness.

Category: Mechanical & Physical Properties

From Technical Library refine list by selecting a sub category: Density (4) Elevated & Low Temperature Properties (9) Fatigue Resistance (1) Frictional Properties (3) Galling & Wear (5) Hardness (16) Impact Properties (3)

Mechanism and measurement of work hardening of austenitic stainless steels during plastic deformation

Austenitic stainless steels work-harden significantly during cold working. This can be both a useful property, enabling extensive forming during stretch forming without risk of premature fractures and a disadvantage, especially during machining, requiring special attention to cutting feeds and speeds.

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