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The melting temperatures for some common metals and alloys.
Melting point is the temperature at which a substance changes from solid to liquid state.
Melting points for some metals and alloys:
Metals and Alloys - Melting Points
|Admiralty Brass ||900 - 940 |
|Aluminum ||660 |
|Aluminum Alloy ||463 - 671 |
|Aluminum Bronze ||1027 - 1038 |
|Antimony ||630 |
|Babbitt ||249 |
|Beryllium ||1285 |
|Beryllium Copper ||865 - 955 |
|Bismuth ||271.4 |
|Brass, Red ||1000 |
|Brass, Yellow ||930 |
|Cadmium ||321 |
|Chromium ||1860 |
|Cobalt ||1495 |
|Copper ||1084 |
|Cupronickel ||1170 - 1240 |
|Gold, 24K Pure ||1063 |
|Hastelloy C ||1320 - 1350 |
|Inconel ||1390 - 1425 |
|Incoloy ||1390 - 1425 |
|Indium ||156.6 |
|Iridium ||2450 |
|Iron, Wrought ||1482 - 1593 |
|Iron, Gray Cast ||1127 - 1204 |
|Iron, Ductile ||1149 |
|Lead ||327.5 |
|Magnesium ||650 |
|Magnesium Alloy ||349 - 649 |
|Manganese ||1244 |
|Manganese bronze ||865 - 890 |
|Mercury ||-38.86 |
|Molybdenum ||2620 |
|Monel ||1300 - 1350 |
|Nickel ||1453 |
|Niobium (Columbium) ||2470 |
|Osmium ||3025 |
|Palladium ||1555 |
|Phosphorus ||44 |
|Platinum ||1770 |
|Plutonium ||640 |
|Potassium ||63.3 |
|Red Brass ||990 - 1025 |
|Rhenium ||3186 |
|Rhodium ||1965 |
|Ruthenium ||2482 |
|Selenium ||217 |
|Silicon ||1411 |
|Silver, Coin ||879 |
|Silver, Pure ||961 |
|Silver, Sterling ||893 |
|Sodium ||97.83 |
|Solder 50 - 50 ||215 |
|Steel, Carbon ||1425 - 1540 |
|Steel, Stainless ||1510 |
|Tantalum ||2980 |
|Thorium ||1750 |
|Tin ||232 |
|Titanium ||1670 |
|Tungsten ||3400 |
|Uranium ||1132 |
|Vanadium ||1900 |
|Yellow Brass ||905 - 932 |
|Zinc ||419.5 |
|Zirconium ||1854 |
Gold, Silver and Copper - Pressure and Melting Temperatures
- Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
- Al - Aluminum - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
- Radiation heat emissivity of unoxidized, oxidized and polished aluminum.
- Mechanical properties of some common aluminum alloys.
- Mechanical properties of aluminum alloys - tensile strength, yield strength and more.
- As - Arsenic - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
- Standard sizes specification for seamless red brass pipes.
- Specific heat of beryllium related to temperature.
- Flange diameters, thickness, bolt circles, numbers and diameters of bolts for ASME/ANSI B16.15 - Cast Bronze Threaded Fittings - 150 lb Bronze flanges with plain faces.
- Flange diameters, thickness, bolt circles, numbers and diameter of bolts for ASME/ANSI B16.15 - Cast Bronze Threaded Fittings - 300 lb Bronze - Flanges with plain faces.
- Maximum temperature and pressure ratings of flanges conforming dimensions ASME B16.5 and materials specification ASTM A-105.
- Cu - Copper - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
- Strength of Copper, Zinc and Tin alloys.
- Melting points, heat of fusions, boiling points and heat to evaporate common substances - like hydrogen, water, gold and more ..
- Some Au - Gold - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
- Boiling temperatures (°C and °F) with varying carbon numbers up to C33.
- Fe - Iron - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
- Latent heat of fusion when changing between solid or liquid state for common materials like aluminum, ammonia, glycerin, water and more.
- Pb - Lead (Plumbum) - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
- Mg - Magnesium - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
- Alloys and their melting points.
- Melting temperature (°C and °F) with carbon number up to C33.
- Specific heat of metal alloys like brass, bronze and more.
- Metals and their boiling temperatures.
- Common metals and their corrosion resistance to aggressive fluids like acids, bases and more.
- Metals and their latent heat of fusion.
- The machinability of some common metals.
- Specific heat of commonly used metals like aluminum, iron, mercury and many more - imperial and SI units.
- The influence of temperature on the strength of metals.
- Thermal expansion coefficients metals.
- Densities of some common metals, metallic elements and alloys - aluminum, bronze, copper, iron and more.
- Thermal conductivities of common metals, metallic elements aand alloys.
- Mo - Molybdenum - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
- Ni - Nickel - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
- Some metals and their Poisson's Ratios.
- Ag - Silver - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
- Specific gravity for common solids and metals like aluminum, asbestos, brass, calcium and many others.
- Comparing international stainless steel standards from America (US), France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, Spain, Sweden, England (UK) and the European Union.
- Calculate temperature expansion with carbon steel pipes.
- The tempering process of hardening steel.
- Melting and welding temperatures.
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