The chemical composition of the exceptional A902-17a steel grade is as follows:
– Carbon (C): 0.25%
– Manganese (Mn): 1.25%
– Phosphorus (P): 0.035%
– Sulfur (S): 0.040%
– Silicon (Si): 0.40%
– Nickel (Ni): 3.50%
– Chromium (Cr): 0.90%
– Copper (Cu): 1.50%
– Molybdenum (Mo): 0.50%
– Vanadium (V): 0.02%
These elements contribute to the unique properties and strength of the A902-17a steel grade.
The mechanical properties of the A902-17a steel grade are exceptional, offering high strength and durability. Some of the mechanical properties include:
– Tensile strength: 100,000 PSI
– Yield strength: 90,000 PSI
– Elongation: 15%
– Hardness: 200 HB
These mechanical properties make the A902-17a steel grade suitable for various applications that require strong and resilient materials.
The A902-17a steel grade is defined by the standard number A902-17a. This standard number provides specifications and guidelines for the chemical composition and mechanical properties of the steel grade. It ensures that the steel meets the necessary industry standards and can be reliably used in different applications.
The exceptional A902-17a steel grade offers a rare combination of chemical composition and mechanical properties, making it well-suited for demanding applications that require strength and durability. Its unique composition and superior mechanical properties make it a preferred choice for industries such as construction, automotive, and manufacturing.