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Definition Of Mechanical Properties - Tensile Strength

Tensile Strength:This is the ability of a material to withstand tensile loads without rupture when the material is in tension:Compressive Strength: Hardness:This is the property of a material to withstand indentation and surface abrasion by another hard object. It is an indication of the wear resistance of a material.e.g Diamonds are EN36A CASE HARDENING STEEL - InterlloyHardness HB Min 300 275 260 Max 385 360 350 Hardness Rc Min 33 29 27 Max 42 40 39. Typical Mechanical Properties - Oil Quenched at 830. o. C and Tempered as Indicated * Tempering Temperature . o. C. 200 430 650 Tensile Strength Mpa 1140 1080 726 Yield Strength Mpa 896 865 540. Elongation on 5.65S. 0 % 20 20 25 Izod Impact J 95 95 135 Hardness HB 340 320 212 Rc 37 35 17

Encore Metals - Hardness Conversions

Approximate relations between Brinell, Rockwell, Shore, Vickers and Firth hardness and the tensile strengths of S.A.E. carbon and alloy construction steels. C:A:15-N:30-N:VICKERS:KNOOP:BRINELL:150 kg Braie:60 kg Braie:16 kg N Braie:30 kg N Braie:10 kg 136* Diamond:500 Gr. & over:3000 kg 10 mm Ball:Approx. Tensile Strength ksi Hardness and tensile strength table - AUSA Special SteelsHardness and tensile strength table Brinell and Rockwell:Brinell hardness 3000 Kg. load Steel ball Ø 10 mm. Tensile strength Kg/mm²:Rockwell hardness:Indentation diameter mm. Hardness HB 30:Scale C 150 Kg. load diamond cone (2,30) (712) 67 (2,32) (697) 66 (2,35) (682) 65 (2,37) (668) 64 (2,40) (653) (235) 63 (2,43) (639) (230) 62 (2,45) (624) (225) 61 (2,48) (610) Is Hardness Related To Yield Strength? - Cement AnswersTo convert Rockwell Hardness to Tensile Strength, use a polynomial equation developed by modeling the tested materials. The general formula is:TS = c3 * RH^3 + c2 * RH^2 + c1 * RH + c0. RH stands for the Rockwell Hardness in the formula, and TS represents Tensile Strength..

Material Chart (version 2)

SAE 43 Copper 58.00 Tensile Strength ASTM B584 Tin 0.50 Alloy 865 Zinc 39.50 Brinell Hardness UNS C86500 Aluminum 1.00 Iron 1.00 ASTM A-48 Class 30 Tensile Strength CL30 UNS F12101 30,000 PSI CL40 UNS F12801 Class 40 Tensile Strength CL50 UNS F13501 40,000 PSI Class 50 Tensile Strength 50,000 PSI ASTM A536 Tensile Strength Grade 80-55-06 80,000 PSI Powder Metallurgy Engineering Properties PickPMStrength. Figure 1 shows ultimate tensile and yield strengths of a 2% nickel and 0.8% carbon, pressed-and-sintered PM steel as a function of density. Yield strength, generally 62%98% of ultimate strength, is closer to the tensile strength than with wrought metals. Steel Alloy Manual-1aTENSILE STRENGTH, (PSI) YIELD STRENGTH, (PSI) ELONGATION, (%) REDUCTION IN AREA, (%) BRINELL HARDNESS 80,000 56,000 25 57 149 THERMAL TREATMENTS DEGREES IN CELSIUS Forging Annealing Normalizing Hardening Tempering Commence at 1200º Max. Finish at 950º 830º / 855º Cool Slowly in Furnace

Steel Grade Equivalent Table (EN, SAE/AISI, UNS, DIN, BS

72 rows · Steel Grade Equivalent Table (EN, SAE/AISI, UNS, DIN, BS, UNI, JIS) The table below Relation of Hardness to Mechanical Properties Tensile StrengthFor example:HV 300 corresponds to a Sigma-y of approximately 1000 MPa. An approximate relationship between the hardness and the tensile strength (of steel) is, Where HB is the Brinnell Hardness of the material, as measured with a standard indenter and a 3000 kgf load. Figure 23. Harfdness & Tensile Strength