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Author: rorschach
Time: 06/20/06 08:35 PST
This is a reply to message no. 17735 by sfiacchino
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hardness vs. yield strength
not to mention that differences in quenching can result in very large variations in yeild strength. generally, if the yeild is less that 80% of UTS, you have not achieved a good quench. but sometimes large section thicknesses can bedevil you in trying to get a good quench.
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