AK Steel 15-5 PH®Stainless Steel is a martensitic precipitation- hardening stainless steel that provides an outstanding combination of high strength, good corrosion resistance, good mechanical properties at temperatures up to 600 °F (316 °C) and good toughness in both the longitudinal and transverse directions in both base metal and welds.
Beryllium Copper Alloys vs Steel:Which Metal Works Harder?
What Is Beryllium Copper?Distinguishing Features of Beryllium CopperCorrosion Resistance and Mechanical Properties of Beryllium CopperConductivity of Beryllium Copper AlloysApplications For Beryllium CopperBeryllium copper (BeCu) alloys, often called beryllium bronze, contains copper, beryllium and other elements in some cases. The remarkable features of this alloy make it an ideal choice for specific applications requiring high strength, hardness, superior electrical conductivity, non-sparking qualities, corrosion resistanceand other characteristics. Beryllium copper is a well-known high performance metallic alloy. The mere addition of 2% beryllium to copper produces an alloy that is almost 600% stronger thaThe Difference between Stainless Steel VS SteelType 304 Very popular; also referred as 18/8 stainless steel. Type 316 Very common and highly used by the sea industry due to its resistance to saltwater. 400 Series Ferritic and martensitic alloys. Type 410 Martensitic (high-strength iron/chromium). Type 420 Known as surgical steel.
stainless steels to considerably higher temperatures depending upon the type used. It is important to recognize that for high-temperature service, strength at temperature is related to time at temperature. Allowable Deformation Another factor to consider in designing for high-temperature service is the amount of deformation that can be
High-Strength Low-Alloy Steels - ASM InternationalThe choice of a specific high-strength steel depends on a number of application requirements including thickness reduction, corrosion resist-ance, formability, and weldability. For many applications, the most impor-tant factor in the steel selection process is the favorable strength-to-weight Art-3b.qxd 10/23/01 4:39 AM Page 194
Metal Strength and Stiffness:Whats the Difference?A material can have high strength and low stiffness. If a metal cracks easily, it has low strength, but if it has low stiffness, it can deflect a high load. The article explains that stiffness depends on the modulus of elasticity, also known as Youngs Modulus, which is constant for a given metal.
Brandonite® 1200-60A is a polyurethane based thermoset elastomer that combines the following properties:Due to its versatile, liquid-castable properties, Globe's flexible, high strength & elastic material can be used to produce components of almost any size or geometry with significantly lower tooling costs compared to traditional compression molded rubber products.
Properties:Stainless Steel - Grade 304 (UNS S30400)Tensile Strength:510:620:MPa:73.9692:89.9234:ksi:Young's Modulus:190:203:GPa:27.5572:29.4426:10 6 psi:Glass Temperature:K °F:Latent Heat of Fusion:260:285:kJ/kg:111.779:
Proposed ASME Code High Cycle Fatigue Design Curves 316, 321 and 347 stainless steel Room temperature fatigue strength is approximately 22 kg/mm 2 or 31.2 ksi. There is some reduction in the fatigue strength at higher temperatures The general thumb rule is that the fatigue strength is 0.40.5 times the - ultimate strength of the material Based on the Kanazawa data, an average
Electrical Resistivity @ RT. 72 Microhm-cm. Thermal Conductivity @ 100°C. 16.3 w/m-k. This alloy is the most frequently used in the stainless steel family. It is best used in applications that require resistance to corrosion, product contamination and oxidation.
Ultra High Strength Stainless Steel Using Nanotechnology Dec 19, 2003 · Sandvik Materials Technology has developed a new stainless steel with exceptional properties. Called Sandvik Nanoflex, the new steel allows ultra-high strength to be combined with good formability, corrosion resistance and a good surface finish. Posted September 29 2003
Waelzholz:Spring steel with high yield strengthWhen it comes to spring steels, we are able to manufacture various high-performance materials with yield strengths (Rp0.2) of up to 2,800 MPa (406 ksi). Our products withstand countless millions of loading and unloading cycles over the course of their service lives. In several cases, such as those described above, these parts perform safety-related functions.
Nitronic 50 (XM-19) is a high strength and corrosion resistant austenitic stainless steel. It has nearly double the yield strength of 304 and 316 stainless steel and has better corrosion resistance than 317L stainless steel. XM-19 remains non-magnetic even after being severely cold worked. It maintains strength at high temperatures as well as sub-zero temperatures.