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mechanical properties of alloy steel 44w

mechanical properties of alloy steel 44w

mechanical properties of alloy steel 44w

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Hi,
I'm looking for mechanical properties of alloy steel 44w...or serie 44xx weldable....
young modulus....
poison ratio....
tensile strength...

Many thanks for your help

RE: mechanical properties of alloy steel 44w

44W - HSLA - High Strength Low Alloy steel coming into common usage in Canada beginning in the early 1980s, this material has become the most popular structural steel steel in use in Canada. 44W can be flame cut, formed, drilled, welded and machined by all normal means.

Specification
Imperial Units Standard CSA G40.21 Grade 44W
Metric Units Standard CSA G40.21 Grade 300W
Tensile 65/90 ksi(450/620 MPa)
Yield 44,000 psi (300 MPa)

Chemistry
C 0.22/0.23
Mn 0.50/1.50
P 0.04
S 0.05
Si 0.40
Grain refining elements columbium, vanadium 0.10
 
Closest too ASTM A572-Grade 50




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