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

By M. J Manjoine

This ebook compiles released and identified information on tension leisure of metals and alloys of engineering curiosity. It comprises all info from the former ASTM unique Technical e-book No. 187, via the ASTMASME-MPC Joint Committee on impact of Temperature at the homes of Metals.
Content:
entrance subject
creation
• desk of Contents
•Compilation of Stress-Relaxation facts for Engineering Alloys 1. creation
2. forged 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. converted Cr-Mo-V Steels
• eight. Steels Containing 0.6% or extra Tungsten
• nine. Co-Cr-Mo-V Steels and Nb alterations
• 10. Ni-Cr-Mo and Ni-Cr-Mo-V Steels
eleven. Ultrahigh power 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. information assets

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Heat treatment Q 23 4 BS 1501-221. Basic open hearth. Plate 1. 5 in. ( 38 mm ) thick. Normalized 900 C ( 1650 F ). 1 145. 104. 0 82. 7 136. 9 82. 7 60. 0 124. 1 63. 95 41. 4 120. 5 38. 6 25. 100 h stress, 1000 h o o Final ksi MN/m2 10,000 ksi h MN/m2 time, h U Relaxation-test procedure and comments tft UJ Results were scaled from a plot. a 24 52 Hot-rolled bar, 1 in. ( 25 mm ) diameter. 950 C ( 1742 F ), air cooled. 25 Strain up to 3% 8 Rolled plate, 1-1/4 in. ( 32 mm ) thick. Stress relieved 1 h at 1200 F ( 650 C ) after rough machining, and 2 h at 1110 F ( 600 C ) after final machining.

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