Overview of Mechanical Properties of Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
Firstly, Stainless steel wire mesh heat resistance
Heat resistance means that at high temperatures, there is both the ability to resist oxidation or resistance to corrosion by gaseous media, ie, thermal stability, while at high temperatures, there is sufficient strength, ie, thermal strength.
Second, the mechanical properties of Stainless steel wire mesh
Regardless of the Stainless steel wire mesh plate or the heat-resistant steel plate, the overall performance of the austenitic steel plate is the best, and both the sufficient strength, the excellent plasticity, and the low hardness are also one of the reasons why they are widely used. Austenitic Stainless steel wire meshs are similar to most other metal materials. Their tensile strength, yield strength, and hardness increase with decreasing temperature; plasticity decreases with decreasing temperature. Its tensile strength is more uniform in the temperature range of 15~80&2_1.html176;C. More importantly, as the temperature decreases, its impact toughness decreases slowly, and there is no brittle transition temperature. Therefore, Stainless steel wire mesh can maintain sufficient plasticity and toughness at low temperatures.
Third, the physical properties of Stainless steel wire mesh
Compared with the physical property data of Stainless steel wire mesh and carbon steel, the density of carbon steel is slightly higher than that of ferritic and martensitic Stainless steel wire meshs, but slightly lower than that of austenitic Stainless steel wire meshs; the resistivity is based on carbon steel, ferrite type, martensitic type, and Austenitic grade Stainless steel wire mesh increases progressively; the order of linear expansion coefficient is also similar, austenitic Stainless steel wire mesh is the highest and carbon steel is the smallest; carbon steel, ferrite and martensitic Stainless steel wire mesh are magnetic, austenitic Stainless steel wire mesh is nonmagnetic, However, when the cold work hardening produces a phase transformation of the magma, magnetic properties will occur, and the heat treatment method can be used to eliminate the martensite structure and restore its non-magnetic properties.
Compared with carbon steel, austenitic Stainless steel wire mesh has the following characteristics:
1) High cathode rate, about 5 times that of carbon steel.
2) The large linear expansion coefficient is 40% larger than carbon steel, and as the temperature increases, the value of the linear expansion coefficient increases accordingly.
3) Low thermal conductivity, about 1/3 of carbon steel.
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