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And, unlike Table U, Table Y-1’s nonferrous materials listings do begin with the aluminum-base alloys (UNS AXXXXX). These are followed by the copper materials (CXXXXX), nickel-base materials (NXXXXX), and the reactive and refractory metals and alloys (RXXXXX). 4 PHYSICAL PROPERTY TABLES Since physical properties (thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, thermal expansion, and density), Young’s modulus, and Poisson’s ratio values can be shown for numerous materials with a single set of property values, most of the tables found in Subpart 2 of Section II, Part D are based on nominal composition.

However, this is a recently adopted definition and the change to specifications is occurring over time. Therefore, some alloys that were formerly defined as nonferrous are still listed in the nonferrous tables or both. 2 2010 SECTION II, PART D (METRIC) the Notes referenced on the second page of each page set within Table 1A will define why there are two or more lines of stresses and when each applies. 16 of Section VIII, Division 2); and Section XII construction. The table first covers ferrous materials and then nonferrous materials.

The table first covers ferrous materials and then nonferrous materials. For the ferrous materials, the ordering logic parallels that used in Tables 1A and 2A — first by nominal composition, then by increasing ultimate tensile strength, then by increasing yield strength, and finally by increasing specification number. Again, refer back to para. 1 for a discussion on nominal composition. Nonferrous materials are presented using the same logic as in Tables 1B and 2B; see para. 2 for that discussion.

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