|Minimum Order Quantity||50 Kilogram|
|Thickness||6MM TO 100MM|
|Material Grade||UNS N08810/ UNS8811|
|Brand||VDM YAKIN JAPAN|
|Plate Type||Inconel Plate,Nickel Plate,Thin sheet|
|Size||STANDARD SIZE AND CUT PIECES|
It had been known for some time that higher carbon alloy 800 had higher creep and rupture properties than low-carbon material. For that reason, Special Metals had melted to a carbon range of 0.05 to 0.10% except for special orders where customers specified a lower carbon content. The carbon range of 0.05 to 0.10% is within the ASTM and ASME specification limits for alloy 800 and is in the upper portion of that rangeSeveral other alloy manufacturers entered the alloy 800H (UNS N08810) market and additional creep and rupture data became available. The Metals Property Council for ASME gathered this data and made a new analysis using parametric procedures, involving 87 heats and 1,052 data points. The additional data, from other manufacturers, included results with considerably lower strength, and the new analysis, which reflected the results of all the available data, resulted in a recommendation that the design stresses be revised. These revised values were lower for temperatures of 1100 through 1500°F (593-816°C), and about the same for 1600 and 1650°F (871 and 899°C).
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