I need to find Young's modulus and poison ratio to complete my design. Is there a way I can find that given ?
What's the material?
What are you designing?
The material is 465 Stainless Steel
Han Yeoh wrote: The material is 465 Stainless Steel
Han Yeoh wrote:
Assume Poisson's ratio the same as for any other SS mat'l.
In answer to your original question - no.
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Young's modulus is also commonly called "Modulus of Elasticity" so you may see it defined as such
Unlike yield strength which can change drastically with temper and alloy (assuming you are talking about a metal), Poisson's ratio and Modulus of Elasticity are much more consistent between "family" of materials. So if you cannot find a direct source, I would consider copying Poisson's ratio and Modulus of Elasticity from the most similar material you can find data for to get in the right ballpark.
As always it is up to you to ensure that the assumptions you are making are valid for your analysis
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