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properties of materials

properties of materials

properties of materials

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I am having a hard time finding properties on a few japanese materials. I need both the sheer strength and tensile strength of materials SWCH10R and SWCHB526. if need be, maybe the SAE equivelant. If any one could be of assistance it would be greatly appreciated.

RE: properties of materials

hi
i guess this site would help u in finding ur required information!

www.matweb.com

waqahmad

RE: properties of materials

SWCH10R is found in JIS G 3539 "Carbon steel wires for cold heading and forging"  It is a rimmed drawn 1010 grade steel with tensile strength 440MPa min and 45% elongation.

SWCHB526 is found in JIS G3545 "Boron steel wires for cold heading and forging"  It is a boron enhanced 0.25 1% Mn drawn steel with tensile strength 750 MPa.  The nearest SAE grade would be 10B26.   

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