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magnetic material properties of a cast hardenedsteel 20CrMn

magnetic material properties of a cast hardenedsteel 20CrMn

(OP)

Hello,

we have to use a chinese standard 20CrMn cast hardened steel. Can anyone provide us with the amgnetic material properties of this carbon steel?

This steel is a chinese standard, and we face problems on finding material properties. Unfortunately we have to use it, since the customer want to use only this steel!

thanks a lot

best regards
Ioannis

RE: magnetic material properties of a cast hardenedsteel 20CrMn

what is the composition? if it is equivalent to 304 austenitic stainless steel, it is non-ferromagnetic! magnetic properties make no sense.

RE: magnetic material properties of a cast hardenedsteel 20CrMn

(OP)
Hello MagBen,


thanks for the reply. I guess it is not like the 304 steel. The 20CrMn is a case-hardened steel which magnetic properties are slightly different from the original 20CrMn material. In the application it is used, it has been reported that it has a residual magnetization. I need the material properties, the BH curve for simulating this magnetization effects.

thanks

best regards



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