Alloy 42 Properties

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Alloy 42 Average Linear Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
Temperature Range °CTemperature Range °C
30 to 3004.430 to 70010.5
30 to 4006.030 to 80011.4
30 to 5007.930 to 90012.3
30 to 6009.630 to 100013.2

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Alloy 42 Physical Properties
  
Densitylb/cu in0.293
Specific Gravity8.12
Curie Temp°F716
°C380
Melting Point°F2600
°C1425
Electrical ResistivityMicrohms-cm71
ohm-cir mil/ft430
Thermal ConductivityW/cm °C0.11
BTU-in/sq. ft-hr-°F74.5
Specific HeatCal/gm °C0.12
BTU/lbm- °F0.12
Thermal Expansionppm / °F (75°F to 842°F)3.9
ppm / °C (25°C to 450°C)7.0
Alloy 42 Mechanical Properties
  
Tensile Strengthksi82
MPa568
Yield Strengthksi40
MPa274
Elongation% in 2 in.30
Typical Hardness Ann.Rockwell HRB80
Modulus of ElasticityMpsi21.0
kMPa1.45
Alloy 42 Chemistry 
Nickel, nominal41.00
Manganese, max. 0.80
Silicon, max. 0.30
Carbon, max. 0.05
Chromium, max. 0.25
Phosphorus, max. 0.025
Sulfur, max. 0.025
Cobalt, max.*
Aluminum, max. 0.10
IronRemainder
*Cobalt is present as an incidental element and shall be reported separately.
Source: ASTM F30
Alloy 42 Specifications
   
ASTM F30MIL-I-23011 CL 5AMS 1-23011 CL 5UNS K94100

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