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Linear coefficient of thermal expansion for carbon steel...


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Putty
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Drew Orleans
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It would have taken yo less time to google it than ask here. Also if you really need this and aren't being a smartass it should be in your manual of steel texts.





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11.7 x 10E-6 per degrees C

Source: CRC handbook of chem and physics 91st edition



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terd ferguson
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Putty


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colorchangintiger
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Putty


pretty close actually. It's 7.3

ETA: 7.3 x 10^6 in/in F



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terd ferguson
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It would have taken yo less time to google it than ask here.


I did... and the answers are all over the fricking place.


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Also if you really need this and aren't being a smartass it should be in your manual of steel texts.


Where is my manual of steel texts?






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11.7 x 10E-6 per degrees C






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terd ferguson
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per degrees C


Nothing with F?






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Where is my manual of steel texts?



between your Dora coloring book and copy of Spanish for dummies.






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bunky
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My handbook says the value i listed for "AISI-SAE 1020 Plain carbon steel"

while i'm open to the page, do you need anything else?






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bunky
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You can't convert C to F?

Cmon man






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Drew Orleans
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just convert





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terd ferguson
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I can convert 10 C to F... but this shit:

11.7 x 10E-6

Do I look like Mr. Wizard to you?






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TheFolker
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First thing I thought of.






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bunky
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One degree C = and interval of 1.8 F, thus, the answer is

6.5 x 10E-6 per F

ETA: I'll show my work

11.7 E-6/C * 1 C / 1.8 F = 6.5 E-6 / F



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I did... and the answers are all over the fricking place.



As opposed to the OT Lounge haha






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