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mechanical properties of steel vs temperature

mechanical properties of steel vs temperature

mechanical properties of steel vs temperature

Does any one have a link to data the mechancial properties of Stainless steel as a function of temperature.
I'm trying to determine what will happen to the strenght of stainless springs when used for fixturing in a brazing furnace that can get up to 1000 degrees C.

RE: mechanical properties of steel vs temperature

Here is the link to get elevated temperature mechanical property information on some grades of austenitic stainless steel contained in the military handbook (MIL-HDBK-5J);


RE: mechanical properties of steel vs temperature

ASM speciality handbook"Heat Resistant Material" chapter Elevated temperature mechanical properties of stainless steels pp123-145.

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