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Material properties

ksarita20

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hi


can any one give me the material information for forged steel 1035.


i amdoing analysis onForged steel clevise.


please help me out.
 

ksarita20

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Thanks for ur replies


i could found the details for steel 1035. for various categories like cold rolled, hot rolled with different radius etc etc. And the yeild properties are changing for each category.


Icouldnt find one with the word "Forged"


So please help me out. what to do??????????????



Sarita
 

BigJoe

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I'm no forging expert, but I would guess that the yield (and other
properties) would depend on whether or not the part was annealed
following forging. Any chance you can get your hands on a sample
of your material and thow it on a pull-tester?



If you can wait until Monday, I'll look up 1035 Forged in my Metals Handbook.
 

baskar

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Mechanical Properties







Hardness, Brinell
143
143


Hardness, Knoop
163
163
Converted from Brinell hardness.

Hardness, Rockwell B
78
78
Converted from Brinell hardness.

Hardness, Vickers
149
149
Converted from Brinell hardness.

Tensile Strength, Ultimate
495MPa
71800psi


Tensile Strength, Yield
275MPa
39900psi


Elongation at Break
18%
18%
in 50 mm

Reduction of Area
40%
40%


Modulus of Elasticity
200GPa
29000ksi
Typical for steel

Bulk Modulus
140GPa
20300ksi
Typical for steels.

Poisson's Ratio
0.29
0.29
Typical For Steel

Shear Modulus
80GPa
11600ksi
Typical for steels.





hope this will help u in ur design.
 

BigJoe

New member
Sarita, how do the properties provided by the material manufacturer compare to those give on matweb? Anywhere close?
 

ksarita20

New member
hi ,


i am sorry to say this , what actually happened is in the catalog they specified that hte material is 1035, but when i spoke with them they said that the material is 1030.


1030 carbon steel:
a. Tensile Strength 68,000 PSI
 

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