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Density *7.65e3 - 7.85e3 kg/m^3
Price *7.13 - 7.84 MYR/kg
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Fe/<.08C/11.5-13.5Cr/<.6Ni/<1Mn/<1Si/<.04P/<.03S
Base Fe (Iron)
    
Young's modulus 1.9e11 - 2.1e11 Pa
Flexural modulus 1.9e11 - 2.1e11 Pa
Shear modulus 7.3e10 - 8.3e10 Pa
Bulk modulus 1.4e11 - 1.63e11 Pa
Poisson's ratio 0.275 - 0.285
Shape factor 63
Yield strength (elastic limit) 2.05e8 - 3e8 Pa
Tensile strength 2.05e8 - 3e8 Pa
Compressive strength 2.05e8 - 3e8 Pa
Flexural strength
2.05e8 - 3e8 Pa
(modulus of rupture)
Elongation 0.22 - 0.35 Strain
     
Melting point 1.48e3 - 1.53e3 DC
Maximum service temperature 700 - 750 DC
Minimum service temperature -73 - -43 DC
Thermal conductivity W/m. DC
25 - 30
Specific heat capacity J/kg. DC
450 - 500
Thermal expansion coefficient 1.09e-5 - 1.28e-5 strain/DC
Latent heat of fusion 2.6e5 - 2.85e5 J/kg
Stainless steel, martensitic, AISI 410S, wrought, annealed
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cISI 410S
UNS number S41008
Density * 7.65e3 - 7.85e3 kg/m^3
Price * 7.13 - 7.84 MYR/kg
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Fe/<.08C/11.5-13.5Cr/<.6Ni/<1Mn/<1Si/<.04P/<.03S
Base Fe (Iron)
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C (carbon) 0 - 0.08 %
Cr (chromium) 11.5 - 13.5 %
Fe (iron) 83.8 - 88.5 %
Mn (manganese) 0 - 1 %
Ni (nickel) 0 - 0.6 %
P (phosphorus) 0 - 0.04 %
S (sulfur) 0 - 0.03 %
Si (silicon) 0 - 1 %
    
Young's modulus * 1.9e11 - 2.1e11 Pa
Flexural modulus * 1.9e11 - 2.1e11 Pa
Shear modulus * 7.3e10 - 8.3e10 Pa
Bulk modulus * 1.4e11 - 1.63e11 Pa
Poisson's ratio 0.275 - 0.285
Shape factor 63
Yield strength (elastic limit) * 2.05e8 - 3e8 Pa
Tensile strength 2.05e8 - 3e8 Pa
Compressive strength * 2.05e8 - 3e8 Pa
Flexural strength (modulus of rupture) * 2.05e8 - 3e8 Pa
Elongation 0.22 - 0.35 strain
Hardness - Vickers 1.47e9 - 1.86e9 Pa
Hardness - Rockwell B 75 - 89
Hardness - Rockwell C * 0 - 9
Hardness - Brinell * 1.45e8 - 1.85e8 Pa
Fatigue strength at 10^7 cycles * 2.31e8 - 2.64e8 Pa
Fatigue strength model (stress range) * 1.38e8 - 1.83e8 Pa
Parameters: Stress Ratio = 0, Number of Cycles = 1e7
Fracture toughness * 6.2e7 - 1.14e8 Pa.m^0.5
Mechanical loss coefficient (tan delta) * 0.00108 - 0.00144
     
Melting point * 1.48e3 - 1.53e3 ¡ãC
Maximum service temperature * 700 - 750 ¡ãC
Minimum service temperature -73 - -43 ¡ãC
Thermal conductivity * 25 - 30 W/m.¡ãC
Specific heat capacity * 450 - 500 J/kg.¡ãC
Thermal expansion coefficient * 1.09e-5 - 1.28e-5 strain/¡ãC
Latent heat of fusion * 2.6e5 - 2.85e5 J/kg

  
Carbon equivalency 2.3 - 3.07
     
Electrical resistivity * 5.88e-7 - 6.12e-7 ohm.m
   
Transparency Opaque
    
Flammability Non-flammable
      
Water (fresh) Excellent
Water (salt) Excellent
Weak acids Excellent
Strong acids ccceptable
Weak alkalis Excellent
Strong alkalis Limited use
Organic solvents Excellent
UV radiation (sunlight) Excellent
Oxidation at 500C Excellent

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Embodied energy, primary production 7.72e7 - 8.53e7 J/kg
CO2 footprint, primary production 4.85 - 5.36 kg/kg
Water usage 0.112 - 0.337 m^3/kg
     
Casting energy * 4.14e6 - 4.57e6 J/kg
Forging, rolling energy * 2.22e6 - 2.45e6 J/kg
Metal powder forming energy * 3.86e7 - 4.26e7 J/kg
Vaporization energy * 2.55e7 - 2.82e7 J/kg
Conventional machining energy (per unit wt removed) * 6.9e6 - 7.63e6 J/kg
Non-conventional machining energy (per unit wt removed) * 4.79e7 - 5.29e7 J/kg
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Casting CO2 * 0.248 - 0.274 kg/kg
Forging, rolling CO2 * 0.178 - 0.196 kg/kg
Metal powder forming CO2 * 3.09 - 3.4 kg/kg
Vaporization CO2 * 2.04 - 2.26 kg/kg
Conventional machining CO2 (per unit wt removed) * 0.552 - 0.61 kg/kg
Non-conventional machining CO2 (per unit wt removed) * 3.83 - 4.23 kg/kg
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Recycle True
Embodied energy, recycling * 2.16e7 - 2.39e7 J/kg
CO2 footprint, recycling * 1.36 - 1.5 kg/kg
Recycle fraction in current supply 35.5 - 39.3 %
Downcycle True
Combust for energy recovery False
Landfill True
Biodegrade False
c renewable resource? False
 
 
Processing of potentially corrosive liquids, e.g. chemicals, oil, beverages, sewage; Structural
uses in corrosive environments, e.g. nuclear plants, ships, offshore oil installations, underwater
cables and pipes;
     
Data compiled from multiple sources.? See links to the References table.
  
     
The following information is taken from cSM clloyFinder 3 - see link to References table for
further information.
EN 10088/2(95) 1.4 (Belgium)
EN 10088/2(95) X6Cr13 (Belgium)
EN 10088/3(95) 1.4 (Belgium)
EN 10088/3(95) X6Cr13 (Belgium)
BDS 6738(72) 0Ch13 (Bulgaria)
CSN 417020 17020 (Czech Republic)
cFNOR NFc35573 Z6C13 (France)
cFNOR NFc35574 Z6C13 (France)
cFNOR NFc35577 Z6C13 (France)
DIN G-X7Cr13 (Germany)
DIN WNr 1.4001 (Germany)
DIN 17440(96) WNr 1.4000 (Germany)
DIN 17440(96) X6Cr13 (Germany)
DIN 17441(97) WNr 1.4000 (Germany)
DIN 17441(97) X6Cr13 (Germany)
DIN EN 10088(95) WNr 1.4000 (Germany)
TGL 7143 X7Cr13 (Germany)
MSZ 4360 K01 (Hungary)
MSZ 4360(87) KO1 (Hungary)
IS 6527 04Cr13 (India)
IS 6528 04Cr13 (India)
IS 6529 04Cr13 (India)
IS 6911 04Cr13 (India)
UNI 6901(71) X6Cr13 (Italy)
UNI 8317(81) X6Cr13 (Italy)
JIS G4303(91) SUS410S (Japan)
JIS G4304(91) SUS410S (Japan)
JIS G4305(91) SUS410S (Japan)
JIS G4306 SUS410S (Japan)
JIS G4307 SUS410S (Japan)
cS 1449(94) 410S (NSW custralia)
CSc G110.5 410S (ON Canada)
CSc G110.9 410S (ON Canada)
PNH86020 0H13 (Poland)
STcS 3583(64) 7C120 (Romania)
UNE 36016(75) F.3110 (Spain)
UNE 36016(75) X6Cr13 (Spain)
UNE 36257(74) cM-X12Cr13 (Spain)
UNE 36257(74) F.8401 (Spain)
ISO 683-13(74) 1 (Switzerland)
BS 1449/2(83) 403S17 (United Kingdom)
BS 1501/3(73) 403S17 (United Kingdom)
BS 1501/3(73) 405S17 (United Kingdom)
BS 1503(89) 403S17 (United Kingdom)
cSME Sc240 410S (USc)
cSTM c176(97) 410S (USc)
cSTM c240/c240M(98) S41008 (USc)
cSTM c473 410S (USc)
ScE J405(98) S41008 (USc)
cISI 410S (USc)

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