Carpenter AerMet 100, 900°F Aged
Subcategory: Alloy Steel; Ferrous Metal; Metal; Tool Steel
Close Analogs: UNS K92580
|Component|| Wt. %|
An alloy providing high hardness and strength combined with exceptional ductility and toughness. This alloy should be considered for aircraft and aerospace structural components requiring high strength, high fracture toughness and exceptional stress corrosion cracking resistance. AerMet 100 may be considered for use up to about 800°F (427°C). This alloy is not subject to the same restrictions as AF1410, thus may be considered a substitute.
|Density||7.89 g/cc||0.285 lb/in³|| |
|Tensile Yield Strength||1700 MPa||246000 psi|| |
|Elongation at Break||16.1 %||16.1 %|| |
|Reduction of Area||67.3 %||67.3 %|| |
|Fatigue Strength||945 MPa||137000 psi|| 10^7 cycles, R=-1, Kt=1|
|Fracture Toughness||131.859 MPa-m½||120 ksi-in½|| |
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