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    The Strength of Wrought Steels at Elevated Temperatures

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    This report is a graphical presentation of published information on the strength of wrought steels at elevated temperatures. Tensile, creep, and rupture properties of the standard commercial grades are shown, together with the sources from which the data were obtained. The report is divided into two sections, the first being on plain carbon and alloy steels containing molybdenum and up to 3 per cent chromium; the second section is devoted to ferritic and austenitic steels containing more than 5 per cent chromium. The applicable A. S. T. M. Standards are given for each steel and the complete list of all A. S. T. M. Standards appearing in the Report and the titles of same are on p. 109.

    Author Information:

    Miller, R. F.
    Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp.,

    Heger, J. J.
    Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp.,

    Committee/Subcommittee: E01.02

    DOI: 10.1520/STP48260S