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Engineering Properties of Lumber
Wood has a number of desirable properties. It machines and fastens easily; it is attractive, it has a high strength-to-weight ratio; when dry, it has good electrical-, heat-, and noise-insulating properties
Magnesium Casting Alloys Typical Mechanical Properties
Magnesium Casting Alloys Typical Mechanical Properties, Elongation, Tensile Temper, Shear Strength, Hardness, Electrical Conductivity
DIN 17100 Fatigue strength diagrams
Fatigue strength diagrams of general purpose structural steels, DIN 17100, test piece diameter d = 10 mm
Fatigue strength diagrams DIN 17200 - EN 10083
Standard Tempered Structural Steel in quenched and tempered condition, test piece diameter d = 10 mm.
Metallic Materials and Elements for Aerospace Vehicle Structures
This is a source of design allowables, which are those strength properties of metallic materials and elements (primarily fasteners) that are widely used in the design of aerospace structures.
Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Sand Castings
Cast Aluminum Alloys These are used for parts of complex shapes by sand casting, permanent mold casting, and die casting.
Atomic Numbers Weights Melting Temperatures
Atomic Elements Symbols, Atomic Numbers, Weights and Melting Temperature point
Outgassing Rates Stainless Steels
Outgassing rates of stainless steels, along with the surface treatment and pumping time.
Outgassing rates of aluminium table
Outgassing rates of aluminium table: Note the different methods of measurement and treatment of samples.
Critical Temperature and Melting Point for Common Engineering Materials
Critical Temperature and Melting Point for Common Engineering Materials
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