Molybdenum TZM’s unique physical and mechanical properties makes it a good choice for applications where extra strength is needed at high temperatures. To assist you in your selection of this alloy, the tables below provide the physical and mechanical properties of TZM, as well as the chemistry and specifications.
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|Molybdenum TZM Physical Properties|
|Thermal Conductivity @20°C||Cal/cm2/cm°C/sec||0.48|
|Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion||10-6 (°F) -1||2.50|
|10-6 (°C) -1||5.20|
|TZM Molybdenum Mechanical Properties|
|Tensile Strength||KSI (MPa)-RT||110 (760)|
|Elongation||% in 1.0"||12|
|Modules of Elasticity||KSI||48|
|Molybdenum TZM Chemistry|
|Molybdenum (Mo), Minimum %||99.20|
|Titanium (Ti), Max.||0.50|
|Zirconium (Zr), Max.||0.08|
|Carbon (C), Max.||0.04|
|Molybdenum TZM Specifications|
|ASTM B386 Type 364 |
Sheet + Plate
|ASTM B387 Type 364|
|AMS 7817||UNS R03630||UNS R03640|
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