Compilation of Stress-Relaxation Data for Engineering Alloys by M. J Manjoine

By M. J Manjoine

This publication compiles released and recognized info on tension leisure of metals and alloys of engineering curiosity. It includes all facts from the former ASTM distinctive Technical book No. 187, by way of the ASTMASME-MPC Joint Committee on impression of Temperature at the houses of Metals.
Content:
entrance topic
advent
• desk of Contents
•Compilation of Stress-Relaxation information for Engineering Alloys 1. creation
2. solid Irons
• three. Carbon Steels (Including Carbon-Manganese Grades)
• four. Carbon-Molybdenum Steels (Including Copper-Molybdenum Grades)
• five. Chromium-Molybdenum Steels
6. Cr-Mo-V Steels (Including Mo-V Steels)
• 7. transformed Cr-Mo-V Steels
• eight. Steels Containing 0.6% or extra Tungsten
• nine. Co-Cr-Mo-V Steels and Nb adjustments
• 10. Ni-Cr-Mo and Ni-Cr-Mo-V Steels
eleven. Ultrahigh energy Steels
• 12. 12% Cr Steels
• thirteen. Austenitic Stainless Steels (Including a few Early Superalloys)
• 14. High-Iron Superalloys
• 15. Iron-Base Superalloys with Cobalt
• sixteen. Cobalt-Base Superalloys
• 17. Nickel-Base Superalloys
• 18. Aluminum Alloys
• 19. Copper Alloys
• 20. Titanium Alloys
• 21. Miscellaneous Alloys
• 22. facts resources

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Composition, tensile properties, and relaxation data are ranges for five heats of steel. Relaxation results were scaled from a plot. CO H a a C Carbon Steels u. o Chemical composition, % by wt. 4 499. 6 287. Miscellaneous properties and microstructure o O hi t—t F > 52! 024 CO I » H F > 52! > W 2! 1% Offset Yield Strength Copyright by ASTM Int'l (all rights reserved); Tue Apr 22 03:53:56 EDT 2014 Downloaded/printed by This standard is for EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY. University of Virginia pursuant to License Agreement.

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