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  • Description: tried in the 1700’s; but, it was not until 1839 that Isaac Babbitt patented a bearing with a Steel or Bronze shell lined with a Tin-base alloy. The alloy mentioned in the patent was 89% Tin, 9% Antimony and 2% Copper, which is amazingly close to today’s very popular ASTM B-23 Grade 2

    • Metal / Alloy Types: Lead / Lead Alloy, Tin / Tin Alloy
    • Standards / Specifications: ASTM / ASME, SAE
    • Shape / Form: Ingot
    • Yield Strength (YS): 1600 to 6600 psi

  • Description: · For a Superior Quality Board! · Lower Viscosity and Surface Tension for Brighter, shinier solder joints! · Lower Viscosity and Surface Tension for at least 30% fewer defects! Metallic Resources' standard bar solder is manufactured from electrolytically processed tin and

    • Metal / Alloy Types: Lead / Lead Alloy, Tin / Tin Alloy
    • Alloy: Yes
    • Controlled / Low Expansion Alloy: Yes
    • Standards / Specifications: MIL-SPEC / Federal (QQS), Specialty / Other

  • Supplier: Alpha

    Description: From the world leader in electronics soldering materials solutions, ALPHA® PV Ribbon is manufactured using high purity copper, softened as required, coated on all four sides with a uniform thickness of electronics grade solder then finished using high precision spooling. ALPHA® PV Ribbon is

    • Metal / Alloy Types: Copper, Brass or Bronze Alloy (UNS C)
    • Unalloyed / Commercially Pure / Very Low Alloy: Yes
    • Shape / Form: Semi-finished Shape / Mill Stock, Strip
    • Applications: Alternative / Renewable Energy

  • Description: C46400 Naval Brass "Lead Free" Naval Brass C46400 is nominally composed of 60% copper, 39.2% zinc and 0.8% tin. As is typical of brass alloys with the duplex alpha + beta structure, C46400 has good strength and rigidity. By substituting tin for an equal quantity of zinc, a high corrosion

    • Metal / Alloy Types: Copper, Brass or Bronze Alloy (UNS C)
    • Alloy: Yes
    • Standards / Specifications: AMS, ASTM / ASME, CDA, SAE, UNS
    • UNS Number: 46400

  • Description: The alloys which are described as tin bronzes have long been recognized for their low lead content (less than .25% lead) and high strength characteristics. These alloys from C90200 through C91700 are not materially different than those produced more than 3,500 years ago in Europe and China

    • Metal / Alloy Types: Copper, Brass or Bronze Alloy (UNS C)
    • Alloy: Yes
    • Standards / Specifications: ASTM / ASME, Casting Grade (ICI, etc.), CDA, MIL-SPEC / Federal (QQS), SAE, Specialty / Other
    • AISI / AA / CDA Grade: 93700

  • Description: Metallic Resources' lead free bar solders are manufactured from electrolytically processed tin and other elements to create solder so pure it far exceeds most specifications. All common industry accepted alloys are offered as well as other customer preferred variations on the tin/silver and

    • Lead Free: Yes
    • Elongation: 27 %
    • Melting Range: 442 F
    • Approvals / Conformance: Other

  • Description: C95400 Aluminum Bronze is a non-lead “GREEN” Alloy Aluminum Bronze CDA 954 9C ASTM B505 Aluminum bronze is a very hard, strong, abrasion resistant bronze whose physical properties remain good at elevated temperatures – compressive strength at 500°F is the same as that of tin

    • Function & Thickness: Abrasion / Sliding Wear
    • Thickness: 0.2500 to 3 inch
    • Industry & Application: Other
    • Material: Other

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  • http://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/61925/707344973.pdf?sequence=1
    Alloying lead - tin solders with bismuth and indium lowers the solder's melting temperature and yield strength .
  • The strain-rate sensitivity of high-strength high-toughness steels.
    This is in distinct contrast to recent results on a very different metallic alloy , eutectic lead - tin solder, where the same range in strain-rates causes a 100% increase in yield - strength .
  • ZASMHBA0001831
    nium alloys, nickel-copper alloys, and aluminum alloys are stressed while in contact with low-melting metals, including lead , tin , cadmium, lithium, indium, gallium, and mercury, they may be embrittled and fracture at a stress below the yield strength of the alloy .
  • ZASMHBA0003167
    ...room-temperature mechanical propertiesof copper-base bearing alloys Alloyfamily Commercial bronze Unleaded tin bronzes Low-lead tin bron~s Medium-lead tin bronzes High- lead tin bronzes Copper-lead alloys (a) 0.1% offset... ...Steel backed Compre..~d~ yield strength (a) MPa ksi . . . . . .
  • ZEMEA2008ALL
    ...steels, 367 engineering creep, 266 engineering stress-strain curve, 201­205(F) elastic limit, 204 proportional limit, 204 yield strength ( yield point), 204 environmental effects... ...thermal fatigue, 260 eutectic alloy systems aluminum-silicon eutectic system, 82­84(F) lead - tin eutectic system, 84­85 overview...
  • Thermal stress/strain analysis of ceramic quad flat pack packages and interconnections
    ...the thermal coefficients of linear expan- sion of all these materials are very different (e.g., the thermal expansion mismatch between the al- loy 42 and the solder is 16 ppm). Furthermore. because of the low yield strength and high ductil- ity... According to the true stress-true strain curves for tensile tests on the lead - tin solder alloys reported by Frost, Howard, Lavery and Luten- .
  • ZCACA2001P153
    Table 21 Typical room-temperature mechanical properties of copper-base bearing alloys Compressive yield strength (a) Alloy family Product form MPa ksi Ultimate tensile strength MPa ksi Hardness, HB Commercial bronze Unleaded tin bronzes Low- lead tin bronzes Medium-lead tin bronzes .
  • ZIMR2304P164
    o 38 Change in mechanical properties owing to liquid -metal embrittlement of a pure laboratory heat of 3330 steel wetted with Sn; liquid Sn induces a change in fracture mode from ductile to intergranular near 230°C; yield strength and tensile str ength... Liquid-metal embrittlement has been observed for plain-carbon and low- alloy steels exposed to liquid cadmium, lithium, brass, aluminium bronze, copper, zinc, lead - tin ' solders, mercury, tin, antimony, tellurium, lead, and indium.
  • Analysis of thermomechanical interactions in a miniature solder system under cyclic fatigue loading
    A recent literature review has been conducted to study the rate dependence of yield strength of eutectic and near-eutectic lead - tin solder alloys16 for deter- miningthetemperature-dependentmaterialconstants of D and p in Eq. 2. The experimental stress-strain data for the eutectic Pb37-Sn63 solder alloy pre- sented in Ref. 1...
  • ZEMEA2008P597
    The reader may want to refer to Section 6.3.2 in Chapter 6, "Phase Diagrams," for a discussion of solders in relation to the lead - tin eutectic phase diagram. Silver can be added to lead-tin solders, yielding solders with good tensile, creep, and shear strengths . Lead is very soft and is often alloyed with antimony, tin, calcium, and arsenic to give it...
  • Effects of chromate treatments on environmental stability of lead/tin alloy joints bonded with an ethylene–acrylic acid copolymer. II. Failure mechanism in dis...
    Figure 3 shows the SEM micrographs of fracture EAA and alloy surfaces of water-immersed lead / tin 38/62 alloy joints. Untreated alloyjoints yield low peel strength after water immersion (Fig. l),and chromated .
  • ZCU743
    Chemical Composition, wt.%: Aluminum Iron Magnesium Manganese Nickel Lead Silicon Tin Zinc Copper 2.00­4.00 0.50­2.50 0.10 max 0.10­0.50 13.00­16.00 0.05 max 0.25 max 0.20 max 0.50 max bal Mechanical Properties: Young's modulus, GPa (106 psi) 141.3 (20.5) 53.1 (7.7) Shear modulus, GPa (106 psi) Poisson's ratio 0.33 Yield stress, 0.1%, in torsion, typical... ...60­65 diam bar, % of tensile strength Impact toughness, Izod, typical... This alloy does not embrittle at subzero temperatures and has no significant loss of impact strength at...