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Maximum yield strength of SS304L

Maximum yield strength of SS304L

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Dear All,

We are using SS 304L wires for making wire mesh cable trays .

In the TC its mentioned as yield strength is 71 kg/mm2 and UTS is 74.20 kg/mm2 and elongation is 41%. Code doesnt sayabout max % of UTS and YS.

So please tell anyone what is the max % of YS ?

IS there any bad effect of increasing YS ?

RE: Maximum yield strength of SS304L

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Code doesnt sayabout max % of UTS and YS.

What Code? UTS and YS are normally specified as minimum values and not
a max % or min %.

Quote:

So please tell anyone what is the max % of YS ?

Max % of YS to what values UTS or other
????

RE: Maximum yield strength of SS304L

How long is a rope?

RE: Maximum yield strength of SS304L

(OP)
ASTM A 580.

Sorry i required Maximum value


RE: Maximum yield strength of SS304L

Maximum tensile property values are not specified only minimum values to ensure minimum strength.

RE: Maximum yield strength of SS304L

Why are you looking for the maximum strength for your design?
Are you trying to see how lucky you are?
cat

RE: Maximum yield strength of SS304L

(OP)
@monkeydog

As i mentioned earlier,in the TC its mentioned as yield strength is 71 kg/mm2 and UTS is 74.20 kg/mm2. I didnt seen close values for YS and UTS like this before. So having doubt about the test certificate .

RE: Maximum yield strength of SS304L

Ratheesh n,

Ok, I think I understand, the Yield and Ultimate values look high and you are questioning the test results. The units you are using for stress kg/mm2 do not look correct. Shouldn't the kg be a force like newtons?

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