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Material Physical Properties
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Material Physical Properties

Material Physical Properties

(OP)
I am helping develop a spreadsheet for calculating probe conformity with ASME PTC-19.3 2014.
Can someone point me in the right direction for finding the associated standard/s that will give us Young's Modulus Data and Density figures?
We have the tensile/yield data from the material standards, but the above information is not included in the material standards that we have (although I am sure it is one of the associated reference standards)

Would a reference such as the Metals Handbook provide all of the above?

The materials we are looking at using including are :
ASTM A182 F316/316L
ASTM A269 316/316L
ASTM A276 316/316L
ASTM A276 2205
ASTM A276 2507
ASTM A182 F51
ASTM A312 316/316L

Appreciate any help in pointing us in the right direction.
Thanks!

RE: Material Physical Properties

Do you have a copy of the B&PVC?
There are tables of physical properties in the Code.
You can find such info in the Metals Handbook.

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

RE: Material Physical Properties

(OP)
Thanks Ed.
I do have a copy of AS1210 which is the Australian B&PVC. Don't know why I didn't think of looking in there!
It has the E figures for 316 which is great, doesn't cover off the 2205/2507/F51 though.
Will consider getting hold of the Metals Handbook if it covers these (and other materials we haven't used yet)
Appreciate the push in the right direction!

RE: Material Physical Properties

For 2205 and 2507 I would trust the numbers published by Outokumpu in their literature.
F51 is 2205 by another name.

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

RE: Material Physical Properties

(OP)
That's what we have done in the past (quoting manufacturers numbers).
Our preference this time around would be to reference standards where we can.

RE: Material Physical Properties

Outokumpu has been making duplex stainless a long time.
Trust their data.
These are newer alloys and there isn't a lot of bad older data out there (like there is for 316).

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

RE: Material Physical Properties

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Temperature dependent E-numbers are found in ASME II-D, subpart 3, figure HA-5.

RE: Material Physical Properties

(OP)
Thanks XL.

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