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Flow Curve for steel 1.1117 (8Mn4)

Flow Curve for steel 1.1117 (8Mn4)

Flow Curve for steel 1.1117 (8Mn4)

I'm looking for the flow curve for the following material:
Material number: 1.1117
Symbol: 8Mn4 ,respectively.

Anyone has any idea?

In common: where can I such flow curves get from?

Thanks for suggestions!

Best regards,

RE: Flow Curve for steel 1.1117 (8Mn4)

What do you mean by flow curves?  Do you mean typical stress-strain curves as produced during ambient temperature tensile testing?  Or do you want data on flow stresses at various temperatures, usually presented as stress-strain "flow curves".  These types of flow curves also depend greatly on the strain rate, so that is another variable to consider.

I do not have either of these curves for this alloy.  Some places to look would be the following:

Atlas of Stress-Strain Curves from ASM International

Hot Working Guide: A Compendium of Processing Maps



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