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CTE for A179 and SA214 material

CTE for A179 and SA214 material

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Hello,
I'm wondering if any of you know or could point me to any relevant websites where I could find the Coefficient of Thermal Expansion for these pipe materials.
Thank you

RE: CTE for A179 and SA214 material

Thermal expansion coefficient of low alloy carbon steel is well known and available just about everywhere, 0.0000065 in/in-F
http://www.a179.net/2012/01/08/sae-1045-steel-prop...

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