An Alloy Steel is a steel with properties due to elements other than carbon like nickel, copper, chromium, and/or aluminum. These additional elements are used to influence the metal’s strength, ductility, corrosion resistance, and machinability.
The content of alloying elements exceeds one or more of the limits:
- manganese > 1.65%
- silicon > 0.60%
- copper > 0.60%
In addition a definite range or a minimum quantity of
may be required.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Pipe sizes, inside and outside diameters, wall thickness, schedules, moment of inertia, transverse area, weight of pipe filled with water - U.S. Customary Units.
Pipe sizes, inside and outside diameters, wall thickness, schedules, weight and weight of pipe filled with water - Metric Units.
Cross reference for fittings, flanges, unions and cast and foged valves.
The ASTM standards covers various types of steel pipes, tubes and fittings for high-temperature services, ordinary use and special applications such as fire protection use
Densities of some common metals, metallic elements and alloys - aluminum, bronze, copper, iron and more.