## Shear Modulus (G) for Nitronic 50 or XM-19 Hot Rolled Condition

I am looking for shear modulus (G) for Nitronic 50 or XM-19 High strength hot rolled condition

UNS - S20910 and ASTM A276-10

it is surprising for me that material standards like ASME or ASTM does not provide shear modulus data..?

even checked "http://www.keytometals.com" and "http://www.matweb.com"

but didnt found....

is there alterative source to find shear modulus data...

regards

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 Recognitions: Science Advisor For isotropic materials, $$G = \frac{E}{1 + 2 \nu}$$ A Google search soon found values for Youngs modulus ##E## and Poisson's ratio ##\nu##

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 Quote by AlephZero For isotropic materials, $$G = \frac{E}{1 + 2 \nu}$$ A Google search soon found values for Youngs modulus ##E## and Poisson's ratio ##\nu##
You are correct that the shear modulus can be calculated from Young's modulus and the Poisson ratio, but the formula you gave is incorrect.

G = E/(1+$\nu$)/2

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## Shear Modulus (G) for Nitronic 50 or XM-19 Hot Rolled Condition

 Quote by Chestermiller You are correct that the shear modulus can be calculated from Young's modulus and the Poisson ratio, but the formula you gave is incorrect.
Oops. You are right. Of course if should be $$\frac{E}{2(1+\nu)}$$

"E/G = 2.6" is burned into my brain, but that doesn't mean I never make typos!

 thank you guys.... now i remember; this formula i used in my graduation..... :)