Physical Constants - Linear Contraction During Precipitation Treatment - Inconel X-750 Springs

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  1. Coefficient of Expansion
  2. Curie Temperature
  3. Density
  4. Emissivity Oxidized Surface
  5. Linear Contraction During Precipitation Treatment
  6. Magnetic Permeability
  7. Melting Point
  8. Melting Range
  9. Modulus of Elasticity
  10. Modulus of Rigidity
  11. Tensile Strength and Service Temperature

Physical Constants - Linear Contraction During Precipitation Treatment

Linear Contraction during
Precipitation Treatment
(1300°F/20 hr)
in/in
Hot-Rolled 0.00044
20% Cold-Rolled 0.00052
Annealed 0.00026
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