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3 Malleable Cast Iron This type of cast iron is made by high-temperature heat treatment of white iron castings. They are normally applied to the fabrication of conveyor chain links, pipe fittings, and gears. 4 Nodular Cast Iron Nodular cast iron, also referred to as ductile cast iron, is manufactured by inoculating the molten metal with magnesium or cesium.
The actual strength of a casting will differ from that of the test bar according to the cross-sectional area. Castings are designed to be loaded in compression because the compressive strength of gray iron is about three times that of its tensile strength. 2). The fatigue strength is one-half the tensile strength. Notched specimens show the same value as 47 MATERIAL PROPERTIES AND SELECTION unnotched specimens. 2) grades and above, the fatigue strength of unnotched specimens is approximately one-third the tensile strength.
The properties that materials must have for a particular application depend largely on the environment in which they are to be used. Material selection begins from determination of equipment, operating conditions, temperature, pressure, and various components in the process. No materials have properties that fulfill all requirements. For example, good heat conductivity is a desirable property for the fabrication of heat exchanger surfaces but not for insulation purposes. Obviously, both positive and negative properties can coexist in a single material.