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  1. Ambient temperature mechanical properties for EN 10216-5 for stainless steel seamless tubes for pressure purposes

    EN 10216-5 2005 is the European standard for stainless steel seamless tubes for pressure purposes. This article summarises the mechanical properties

  2. Ambient temperature mechanical properties of creep resisting steels to BS EN 10302

    BS EN 10302 is the recognised standard for creep resisting steels, nickel and cobalt alloys. This article summarises the mechanical properties for the steels listed in the standard.

  3. Ambient temperature mechanical properties of heat resisting steels to BS EN 10095

    BS EN 10095 is the material standard for heat resisting steels and nickel alloys. Mechanical properties (proof strength, tensile strength, hardness and elongation) of the common grades of stainless steel at ambient temperature covered in the standard are listed. Ferritic, austenitic and austenitic-ferritic (duplex) grades are included.

  4. Ambient temperature mechanical properties of stainless steels to BS EN 10269

    BS EN 10269 is the material standard for stainless and heat-resisting steels, a selection of low alloy steels and some nickel alloys for fasteners. The ambient temperature mechanical properties shown in this article include 0.2% proof strength, tensile strength, elongation, reduction in area and impact (charpy) strength in the finally heat treated condition. Specified hardness levels for the steels for subsequent quenching and tempering (1.4923 1.4938 and 1.4913) in their delivery condition are also included.

  5. Ambient temperature physical properties of stainless steels to BS EN 10088-1

    Ambient temperature physical properties, including density, modulus of elasticity (Young's modulus), coefficient of thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, specific heat (heat content or heat capacity) and electrical resistivity for a range of ferritic, martensitic, austenitic and duplex stainless steel types are tabulated. Some explanation of the units used for these properties is given.

  6. Chemical composition of creep resisting steels to BS EN 10302

    BS EN 10302 is the material standard for creep resisting steels, nickel and cobalt alloys. Martensitic and austenitic steels are included. The latest edition was published in April 2008. There are some minor changes and the addition of one new grade 1.4951 which is a 310 with a minimum carbon content. The chemical composition of steel grades covered in the this standard include 1.4903 1.4905 1.4911 1.4913 1.4922 1.4923 1.4935 1.4938 1.4910 1.4919 1.4941 1.4945 1.4951 1.4958 1.4959 1.4961 1.4962 1.4971 1.4980 1.4981 1.4983 and 1.4988

  7. Chemical composition of heat resisting steels to BS EN 10095

    BS EN 10095 is the material standard for heat resisting steels and nickel alloys. The chemical composition of stainless steel grades covered in the this standard include 1.4713 1.4724 1.4742 1.4762 1.4749 1.4736 1.4878 1.4828 1.4835 1.4833 1.4845 1.4841 1.4864 1.4876 1.4877 1.4872 1.4818 1.4854 1.4886 1.4887 and 1.4821.

  8. Chemical composition of stainless steel flat products for pressure purposes to BS EN 10028-7

    BS EN 10028-7 is the material standard for stainless steel sheet, plate and strip for pressure purposes. The current edition was published in December 2007. The grades are mostly a subset of the grades covered in BS EN 10088-2 for general purposes. There are also a number of creep resisting steels from BS EN 10302.  The chemical composition of stainless steel grades covered in the this standard are:

    Ferritic 1.4003 1.4516 1.4520 1.4510 1.4513 1.4521 1.4526 1.4509 

    Martensitic 1.4313 1.4418

    Austenitic 1.4318 1.4307 1.4306 1.4315 1.4311 1.4301 1.4541 1.4550 1.4335 1.4404 1.4406 1.4401 1.4466 1.4571 1.4580 1.4432 1.4429 1.4436 1.4435 1.4434 1.4438 1.4439 1.4563 1.4539 1.4537 1.4547  1.4529

    Duplex 1.4362 1.4462 1.4507 1.4410 1.4501

    Creep Resisting 1.4910 1.4941 1.4948 1.4950 1.4951 1.4958 1.4959 1.4961

  9. Chemical composition of valve steels to BS EN 10090

    BS EN 10090 is the material standard for automotive (internal combustion engine) valve steels and alloys. Martensitic and austenitic steels are included. The chemical composition of steel grades covered in the this standard include 1.4718 1.4731 1.4748 1.4875 1.4875 1.4871 1.4882 1.4870 and 1.4866

  10. Chemical compositions of stainless steels to EN 10216-5

    BS EN 10216-5 2004 is the European standard: Seamless stainless steel tubes for pressure purposes- Technical delivery conditions. It contains austenitic, duplex, creep resisting stainless steels. There are no ferritic, martensitic or heat resisting steels.

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