SEW 385 Grade Ni46 soft annealed (+A)

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Description

The iron alloy with special thermal expansion Ni46, material number 1.3920, is used for compounds of metal and glass and for compounds of metal and ceramics, for expansion governors as well as for bimetals (according to DIN 1715). The break point temperature (temperature at which a break point in the expansion-temperature-curve occurs) is 400 degrees C. The cupping index at 1 mm thickness is 10.5 mm.

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Properties

General

Density

ρ

8.2 g/cm³ at 20 °C

Mechanical

Elastic modulus

E

152 GPa at 20 °C

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Elongation

A

30 % at 20 °C

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Poisson's ratio

ν

0.29 [-] at 20 °C

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Shear modulus

G

76 GPa at 20 °C

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Typical for Nickel Steel

Tensile strength

Rm

440 - 640 MPa at 20 °C

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Thermal

Coefficient of thermal expansion

α

7.9E-6 1/K at 100 °C

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Specific heat capacity

cp

456 J/(kg·K) at 20 °C

Typical for Nickel Steel

Thermal conductivity

λ

15 - 17 W/(m·K) at 20 °C

Electrical

Electrical resistivity

ρel

5.5E-7 - 6E-7 Ω·m at 20 °C

Chemical properties

Element

Weight %

Comment

Ni

45 - 47 %

Mn

1 %

Si

0.3 - 0.5 %

C

0.05 - 0.1 %

This material data has been provided by WIAM.

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