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Figures 9 and 10 compare allowable stresses for 18Cr-8Ni and 15Cr-15Ni steels, and for 20-25Cr and High Cr-High Ni steels respectively. Figure 9 indicates that Tempaloy A-l,14 Super 304H15 and TP347HFG16 (19Cr-SNi steels) have strengths equivalent to or higher than those of 15Cr15Ni steels such as 17-14CuMo, which was originally held to have had a high strength. Also from Fig. 10 it is evident that in the 20-25Cr steels, HR3C,17 Tempaloy A-31B and NF70919 have high strength compared with conventional TP310 and Alloy 800H.
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