What Is the Yield Strength of Mild Steel?

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The minimum yield strength for plain mild steel bars of the specification A36-01 is 36,000 lbs/in2 and 250 N/mm2, for the specification ASTM 615/A615M-01b the yield strength is 40,000 lbs/in2 and 276 N/mm2 and for the specification BS 4449:1997 the yield strength is 250 N/mm2.
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It's about 36000 psi = 248 MPa (N/mm^2) It depends upon the wall thickness of the pipe to be used.
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Tensile Strength of Mild Steel is : 410 MPA or 42 Kg/mm2.
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The highest grade of steels( in terms of tensile strength) are Maraging steels. Some grades have yield strengths of upto 2400MPa. However you can't just order these off the internet
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The American National Standards Institute, or ANSI, allied with the International Standards Organization, or ISO, creates, maintains and distributes standards on everything from environmental
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