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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
347   Olin Brass Ferrous Metals and Iron Alloys Modulus of elasticity: 28000000 psi, density: 0.290 lbs/in ³
316L   Olin Brass Ferrous Metals and Iron Alloys Modulus of elasticity: 28000000 psi, density: 0.286 lbs/in ³
430   Olin Brass Metal Foils and Foil Stock Modulus of elasticity: 29000000 psi, density: 0.278 lbs/in ³
Rubber Bumpers & Buffers   Conductix-Wampfler Bumpers Rubber Bumpers are primarily used as end stops for cranes and conveyor systems. Maximum elasticity and tensile strength are the characteristics of natural caoutchouc rubbers. Their properties are a strong notched-bar tenacity and high abrasion resistance. Their mechanical and dynamic loads...
Journal of ASTM International (JAI)   ASTM International Technical Journals Mechanical Properties of ASTM A283 Carbon Steel Subjected to the Sulphidation Process. Volume 9, Issue 1 (January 2012). This work presents a survey of the mechanical properties (hardness and modulus of elasticity), tribology (friction coefficient and wear rate), and metallography analysis...
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