Physical Constants - Tensile Strength and Service Temperature - 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 - Tensile Strength and Service Temperature

Tensile Strength and Service Temperature

Condition Approx Tensile Strength Approx Service Temperature
N/mm2 ksi °C °F
Annealed 800 - 1,000 116 - 145
Spring Temper 1,100 - 1,500 159 - 217
Spring Temper + Aged 1,350 - 1,750 196 - 254 -200 to +370 -330 up to +700
Spring Temper + 3 Part heat treated 1,100 - 1,250 159 - 181 -200 to +550 -330 up to +1,020
No 1 Spring Temper 900 - 1,150 130 - 167
No 1 Spring Temper + Aged 1,300 - 1,450 188 - 210 -200 to +550 -330 up to +1,020
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