Copper.org C18100 Alloy
76 0183 32Thermal Conductivity Btu/ sq ft/ ft hr/ 176F at 68 176F. 187. Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 68212 10 to 6 power per 176F 68 212 176F 9.3. Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 68392 10 to 6 power per 176F 68 392 176F 10.2. Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 68572 10 to 6 power per 176F 68 572 176F 10.7. Specific Heat Capacity Btu/ lb ...PRODUCT CATEGORYPRODUCTREASON CATEGORYREASONElectricalCircuit BreakersConductivity Electrical Electrical ConductivityElectricalCircuit BreakersConductivity Thermal Thermal ConductivityElectricalCircuit BreakersCorrosion ResistanceCorrosion ResistanceElectricalCircuit BreakersCreep PropertiesCreep Resistantalloys.copper.org76
Copper.org C81100 Alloy
Thermal Conductivity Btu/ sq ft/ ft hr/ 176F at 68 176F. 200. Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 68572 10 to 6 power per 176F 68 572 176F 9.4. Specific Heat Capacity Btu/ lb / 176F at 68 176F. 0.09. Modulus of Elasticity in Tension ksi. 17000. Magnetic Permeability.Density lb/cu in. at 68 and 176F: 0.323
Copper and Bronze Alloy AEHI, Inc.
105 0183 32Beryllium Copper Alloy 25 CDA 172 AMS 4651 AMS 4725 ASTM B194: ASTM B196 ASTM MATERIALRELATED MATERIALSSPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONSC10100CDA 101 Copper AlloAMS 4700 ASTM B1 ASTM B111 AASTM B224 ASTM B2C10200Copper Alloy 102 OFHAMS 4701 ASME SB111 ASME SBASTM B2 ASTM B224 C10300XLP Copper, C103ASTM B111 ASTM B133 ASTM B1ASTM B359 ASTM B3C10400ASME SB152 ASTM B1 ASTM B13ASTM B272 ASTM B2www.aehiinc.com105
C18000 Copper Chromium Nickel Silicon Aviva Metals
C18000 Copper Chromium Nickel Silicon CDA 180 RWMA Class III. Economical high strength, high conductivity copper base alloy. It is a heat treatable copper base alloy and its excellent properties are obtained largely through heat treatment. Its properties combine high hardness, strength and wear resistance with relatively high electrical and thermal conductivity. Typical Uses for C18000 ...
Innovations in Copper: Electrical and Metallurgy of Copper ...
IntroductionAppli ions of High Copper AlloysAlloy DevelopmentForms AvailableHardening of CopperCastingMachiningHeat TreatmentElectrical Conductivity/ResistivityLinksPure copper has the highest electrical conductivity of any commercial metal. This property makes it the preferred material for power and telecommuni ions cables, magnet winding wire, printed circuit board conductors and a host of other electrical appli ions. Copper has sufficient strength, ductility and hardness for these appli ions at operating temperatures up to 210 F 100 C . For many other appli ions, however, the demands of electrical technology require copper to have higher mechanical