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3 (e) Table TM-5 covers titanium alloys, listed by increasing grade numbers, and zirconium-base alloys, listed by increasing UNS number (or grade) designation. 4 TABLE PRD Table PRD provides Poisson’s ratio and density for ferrous and nonferrous alloys. 5 REFERENCES The official reference for UNS numbers is Metals & Alloys in the Unified Numbering System, ASTM DS-56. This document is periodically updated as various material specifications are revised, added, or deleted by their sponsoring organizations.
For a given nominal composition and tensile strength, stress listings are provided in order of increasing specification number. Sometimes, for a given nominal composition, tensile strength, yield strength, and specification number/grade or type, there may be more than one line of stresses. At this point, INTRODUCTION The goal of this Guideline is to assist the users of Section II, Part D in locating materials in stress tables (Tables 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3, 4, 5A, and 5B), tables of mechanical properties (Tables U, U-2, and Y-1), and tables of physical properties (Tables TE-1 through TE-5, TCD, TM-1 through TM-5, and PRD).
The information in the P-Number and Group Number columns is also mandatory; however, the primary source for this information is Table QW/QB-422 in Section IX. When there is a conflict between the P-number and Group number information in these stress tables and that in Section IX, the numbers in Section IX shall govern. The information in the Minimum Tensile Strength and Minimum Yield Strength columns is nonmandatory. These values are a primary basis for establishing the allowable stresses and design stress intensities.