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Tensile Properties

Solution-annealed and Age-hardened Sheet*

Temperature

Yield Strength
0.2% Offset
Ultimate Tensile
Strength
Elongation
°F °C ksi MPa ksi MPa %
RT RT 101.4 699 164.2 1132 30
1000 538 91.6 632 139.3 960 36
1200 649 91.5 631 145.7 1005 27
1300 704 90.5 624 136.5 941 24
1400 760 88.7 612 120.8 833 22
1500 816 82.3 567 100.3 692 24
1600 871 72.6 501 80.5 555 31
1700 927 43.9 303 50.2 346 37
1800 982 18.7 129 24.5 169 61

Solution-annealed and Age-hardened Plate*

Temperature

Yield Strength
0.2% Offset
Ultimate Tensile
Strength
Elongation
Reduction of Area

°F °C ksi MPa ksi MPa % %
RT RT 103.7 715 166.4 1147 30 31
1000 538 94.1 649 143.8 991 34 36
1200 649 93.2 643 152.0 1048 31 31
1300 704 94.2 649 141.8 978 29 28
1400 760 91.1 628 124.2 856 22 24
1500 816 83.4 575 102.8 709 28 31
1600 871 73.6 507 82.1 566 31 42
1700 927 44.9 310 52.1 359 50 69
1800 982 19.1 132 25.3 174 71 91

*Solution Annealing: Sheet at 2100°F (1149°C), Plate at 2075°F (1135°C)
Age-Hardening: 1850°F (1010°C)/2h/AC + 1450°F (788°C)/8h/AC
RT= Room Temperature

Comparative Yield Strengths of Age-hardened* Sheet Material at Room Temperature and 1600°F (871°C)

At room temperature, HAYNES® 282® alloy has a higher yield strength than 263 alloy, but is not as strong as R-41 and Waspaloy alloys, which contain higher gamma-prime phase contents. However, at higher temperatures typical of gas turbine component applications, 282 alloy exhibits excellent yield strength, surpassing that of 263 and Waspaloy, and approaching that of the less fabricable R-41 alloy.

282 - yield strength
*Age-hardened (263 alloy: 1472°F (800°C)/8h/AC, Waspaloy alloy : 1825°F (996°C)/2h/AC + 1550°F (843°C)/4h/AC + 1400°F (760°C)/16h/AC, R-41 alloy: 1650°F (899°C)/4h/AC, 282® alloy: 1850°F (1010°C)/2h/AC + 1450°F (788°C)/8h/AC)

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