|Jan29-05, 08:16 PM||#1|
E modulus and melting temp.
what is the relationship between e-modulus and melting temp?
|Jan29-05, 10:26 PM||#2|
What do you think ? Do you expect a direct or inverse correlation ? Have you tried searching to see if there is a correlation ?
Try this site : www.matweb.com and use the search option, with different materials. eg : oxygen free copper, 304 stainless steel, alumina, red brass, lead.
|Jan29-05, 11:13 PM||#3|
I think I got it--they have a direct relationship. Now I need to find out if Ca or Fe is more deformable at room temp...
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