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D6 Properties of Solids and Solid Materials

Abstract

Tables 17 indicate numeric values for various physical properties of materials often used in process equipment and plant engineering. The dependence on the temperature of these numeric values is indicated. Table 1 shows these properties for pure metals. Table 2 provides an overview of alloys, which can be categorized into different groups by their properties and their alloying constituents. Here, the group of steels is the most significant, which have, therefore, been subdivided according to their respective material properties. As well as two representative gray cast iron materials, some nonferrous materials have been listed. Out of these, the nickel alloys due to their acid resistance and the aluminum alloys are frequently employed in process equipment and plant engineering.

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Title
D6 Properties of Solids and Solid Materials
Book Title
VDI Heat Atlas
Book DOI
10.1007/978-3-540-77877-6
Chapter DOI
10.1007/978-3-540-77877-6_26
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  • Matthias Neubronner Send Email (1_26)
  • Thomas Bodmer Send Email (2_26)
  • Christof Hübner Send Email (3_26)
  • Paul Bernd Kempa Send Email (3_26)
  • Evangelos Tsotsas Send Email (4_26)
  • Axel Eschner Send Email (5_26)
  • Günther Kasparek Send Email (6_26)
  • Fabian Ochs Send Email (7_26)
  • Hans Müller-Steinhagen Send Email (7_26)
  • Hans Werner Send Email (8_26)
  • Martin H. Spitzner (9_26)
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  • 1_26 EON Energie, Munich, Germany
  • 2_26 Marl, Germany
  • 3_26 Fraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie (ICT), Pfinztal, Germany
  • 4_26 Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany
  • 5_26 Osterode (Harz), Germany
  • 6_26 Munich, Sperberweg, 12, 85757 Karlsfeld, Germany
  • 7_26 Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
  • 8_26 Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften (FH), München, Germany
  • 9_26 FIW München, Gräfelfing, Germany
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