Engineering properties of steel
American Society for Metals, 1982 - Technology & Engineering - 527 pages
Extensive data on properties of more than 425 steels. Includes carbon steels: 1000, 1100, 1200, and 1500 Series; alloy steels: 1300-9000; high-strength steels: carbon and low alloy; stainless steels and heat-resisting alloys; tool steels; and maraging steels. Provides data on chemical composition, mechanical properties, physical properties, fabrication characteristics, machining data and typical uses of steels. The steels are also cross-referenced to U.S. and foreign standards. Book jacket.
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Carbon and LowAlloy
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3.8 Surface Mild AFNOR air cooled AISI 1212 steel Annealed as-quenched hardness ASTM austenitize brazed C-2 carbide Carbide tool material carbon carburizing chromium Cold drawn data on AISI Depth of cut diam diameter Distance from quenched Electrical resistivity Elongation(b English units F Forging F MPa ksi ft lb HB M2 Heat treating high speed steel Hot rolled ksi MPa ksi m/min ft/min mm/rev M2 and M3 M7 high speed Manganese measured in 50 Mechanical Properties AISI Mechanical Properties continued MIL SPEC MPa ksi MPa oil quenched Physical Properties AISI preceding machining tables premium high speed Properties AISI Type Quenched and tempered quenched end radius from center resistance Similar Steels U.S. Steels U.S. and/or tables for AISI Temperature range Treatment Tempering temperature Tensile strength Tensile Yield Test specimens Thermal conductivity Thermal Treatment Temperatures Tool Steels Treatment C F U.S. and/or Foreign Uncoated carbide water quench welding Yield strength