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COMPILATION OF TENSILE PROPERTIES OF HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOYS
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST COLUMBUS OHIO DEFENSE METALS INFORMATION CENTER
Tensile properties that may be obtained in highstrength alloys for use from -423 to 4000 F are presented. Representative properties are given for high-strength alloys of the common base metals having melting points from that of Mg to that of W. The primary purpose is to illustrate the upper limits of the yield strength to density ratios for these alloys within the range of possible service temperatures. The temperature and time effects are combined in the LarsonMiller parameter for 0.2 offset yield strength or 0.2 plastic creep strain for limited creep data. The time for 0.2 offset yield strength determination is assumed as 0.01 hr. This permits use of yield-strength data from tensile tests and 0.2 plastic-creep-strain data from creep tests in the same charts. The LarsonMiller parameter may not be strictly applicable for certain alloys. In some instances, the data are for current production alloys with standard heat treatments. Author
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