Mechanical properties, such as yield strength (σ0.2), tensile strength (σb), elongation (δI), strain-hardening coefficient (n) and modulus of elasticity (E), for chromium added Fe-36 mass% Ni with chromium addition of up to 5 mass% were studied as a function of annealing temperature from 1053 to 1423 K in a dry hydrogen atmosphere. When chromium was added to Fe-36 Ni, σ0.2 decreased, butn andE increased. σB and δI scarcely changed with the chromium addition. σ0.2, σB, δI andE decreased with the increase in annealing temperature. The relation between σ0.2 and grain size was in agreement with Petch's equation.
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Inaba, M. Mechanical properties of Fe-36 Ni base alloys with chromium addition up to 5 mass%. J Mater Sci 26, 6127–6130 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01113894
- Grain Size
- Mechanical Property