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Brittle Temp Transition of Steel

Brittle Temp Transition of Steel

Brittle Temp Transition of Steel

(OP)
Can anyone point me to a chart that shows transition temperatures for various steel materials? I am interested in the more common and lower cost carbon steel materials used for piping. I find a lot of great discussions of the mechanisms (which I do not need to relearn) and little to no actual transition temperature data as a function of the types of steels.

Metal Mike
Technology Director - Applied Technology Group

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RE: Brittle Temp Transition of Steel

Take a look at ASM Handbook Vol 19 "Fatigue and Fracture"

RE: Brittle Temp Transition of Steel

(OP)
Thanks, I did find what I was looking for by going to ASM online after I posted the question.

Metal Mike
Technology Director - Applied Technology Group

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