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  • Rule of thumb for expansion rate of steel?

    I'm wanting to shrink on a 4140 sleeve to fix a motor shaft and was curious what the expansion rate of steel is. Hoping to do some Jethro Bodine cypherin' and goesintas to see if it'll work. I have the factor for aluminum written down in my notebook (roughly .0013% per 1 degree F) but don't have it for steel.
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    Here ya go....

    http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/pi...ents-d_48.html
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      It's about 6 millionths of an inch per inch per degree F...about half that of aluminum.
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