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Copper, Zinc and Tin Alloys

Strength of Copper, Zinc and Tin alloys

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Tensile strength of copper, zinc and tin alloys:

Copper
(%)
Zinc
(%)
Tin
(%)
Tensile Strength
(105 kPa) (lb/in2)
45 50 5 1.03 15000
50 45 5 3.45 50000
50 40 10 1.03 15000
55 43 2 4.48 65000
55 40 5 4.27 62000
55 35 10 2.24 32500
55 30 15 1.03 15000
60 37 3 4.14 60000
60 35 5 3.62 52500
60 30 10 2.76 40000
60 20 20 0.69 10000
65 30 5 3.45 50000
65 25 10 2.9 42000
65 20 15 2.1 30000
65 15 20 1.24 18000
65 10 25 0.83 12000
70 25 5 3.1 45000
70 20 10 3.03 44000
70 15 15 2.55 37000
70 10 20 2.1 30000
75 20 5 3.1 45000
75 15 10 3.1 45000
75 10 15 2.96 43000
75 5 20 2.8 41000
80 15 5 3.1 45000
80 10 10 3.1 45000
80 5 15 3.3 47500
85 10 5 3 43500
85 5 10 3.2 46500
90 5 5 2.9 42000
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