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|Alloy 48 Average Linear Coefficient of Thermal Expansion|
|Temperature Range,°C||Temperature Range,°C|
|30 to 300||8.8||30 to 700||11.3|
|30 to 400||8.7||30 to 800||12.1|
|30 to 500||9.4||30 to 900||13.0|
|30 to 600||10.4||30 to 1000||13.9|
For comparison linear coefficient of thermal expansion data on all of our controlled expansion, glass and ceramic sealing alloys, please refer to our Thermal Expansion Table.
|Alloy 48 Physical Properties|
|Thermal Conductivity||W/cm °C||0.13|
|BTU-in/sq. ft-hr- °F||90.0|
|Specific Heat||Cal/gm °C||0.12|
|Thermal Expansion||ppm / °F (75°F to 842°F)||5.0|
|ppm / °C (30°C to 450°C)||9.0|
|Alloy 48 Mechanical Properties|
|Elongation||% in 2 in.||30|
|Typical Hardness Ann.||Rockwell HRB||80|
|Modulus of Elasticity||Mpsi||23|
|Alloy 48 Chemistry|
|The nickel contents listed are nominal. The nickel contents of the alloys shall be adjusted by the manufacturer so that the alloys meet the requirements for thermal expansion. |
|Cobalt is present as an incidental element and shall be reported separately.|
|Source: ASTM F30|
|Alloy 48 Specifications|
|ASTM F30||MIL-1-23011 CL 3||AMS 1-23011 CL 3||UNS K94800|