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Properties of Steel

(Tabulated in accordance with the Unified Numbering System for Metals and Alloys (UNS), Society of Automotive Engineers, Warrendale, Pa., 1975. This reference contains the cross reference numbers for AISI, ASTM, FED, MIL SPEC, and SAE specifications. The values shown for hot-rolled (HR) and cold drawn (CD) steels are estimated minimum values which can usually be expected in the size range of 3/4 to 1-1/4 in. A minimum value is roughly several standard deviations below the arithmetic mean. The values shown for heat-treated steels are so-called typical values. A typical value is neither the mean nor the minimum. It can be obtained by careful control of the purchase specifications and the heat-treatment, together with continuous inspection and testing. The properties shown in this table are from a variety of sources and are believed to be representative. There are so many variables which affect these properties, however, that their approximate nature must be clearly recognized. Multiply strength in kpsi by 6.89 to get strength in MPa.)

Properties of Steel
UNS Number Processing Method Yield Strength kpsi Tensile Strength kpsi Yield Strength MPa Tensile Strength MPa Elongation in 2 in.
%
Reduction in Area
%
Brinell Hardness
H_b
G10100 Hot Rolled 26 47 179 324 28 50 95
G10100 Cold Drawn 44 53 303 365 20 40 105
G10150 Hot Rolled 27 50 186 345 28 50 101
G10150 Cold Drawn 47 56 324 386 18 40 111
G10180 Hot Rolled 32 58 220 400 25 50 116
G10180 Cold Drawn 54 64 372 441 15 40 126
G10350 Hot Rolled 39 72 269 496 18 40 143
G10350 Cold Drawn 67 80 462 551 12 35 163
G10350 Drawn 800 F 81 110 558 758 18 51 220
G10350 Drawn 1000 F 72 103 496 710 23 59 201
G10350 Drawn 1200 F 62 91 427 627 27 66 180
G10400 Hot Rolled 42 76 289 524 18 40 149
G10400 Cold Drawn 71 85 489 586 12 35 170
G10400 Drawn 1000 F 86 113 593 779 23 62 235
G10500 Hot Rolled 49 90 338 620 15 35 179
G10500 Cold Drawn 84 100 579 689 10 30 197
G10500 Drawn 600 F 180 220 1240 1516 10 30 450
G10500 Drawn 900 F 130 155 896 1068 18 55 310
G10500 Drawn 1200 F 80 105 551 723 28 65 210
G15216 Hot Rolled, Annealed 81 100 558 689 25 57 192
G41300 Hot Rolled, Annealed 60 90 413 620 30 45 183
G41300 Cold Drawn, Annealed 87 98 599 675 21 52 201
G41300 Drawn 1000 F 133 146 916 1006 17 60 293
G41400 Hot Rolled, Annealed 63 90 434 620 27 58 187
G41400 Cold Drawn, Annealed 90 102 620 703 18 50 223
G41400 Drawn 1000 F 131 153 903 1054 16 45 302
G43400 Hot Rolled, Annealed 69 101 475 696 21 45 207
G43400 Cold Drawn, Annealed 99 111 682 765 16 42 223
G43400 Drawn 600 F 234 260 1612 1791 12 43 498
G43400 Drawn 1000 F 162 182 1116 1254 15 40 363
G46200 Case Hardened 89 120 613 827 22 55 248
G46200 Drawn 800 F 94 130 648 896 23 66 256
G61500 Hot Rolled, Annealed 58 91 400 627 22 53 183
G61500 Drawn 1000 F 132 155 909 1068 15 44 302
G87400 Hot Rolled, Annealed 64 95 441 655 25 55 190
G87400 Cold Drawn, Annealed 96 107 661 737 17 48 223
G87400 Drawn 1000 F 129 152 889 1047 15 44 302
G92550 Hot Rolled, Annealed 78 115 537 792 22 45 223
G92550 Drawn 1000 F 160 180 1102 1240 15 32 352

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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