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  • Alloy Steel
    Steels that contain specified amounts of alloying elements -- other than carbon and the commonly accepted amounts of manganese, copper, silicon, sulfur, and phosphorus -- are known as alloy steels. Alloying elements are added to change mechanical or physical properties. A steel is considered
  • Carbon Alloy Steel
    Steel - carbon or alloys have high carbon, hard drawn steel is used when resistance to abrasion and impact is required. Low carbon steel is frequently used in the manufacture of industrial wire cloth (wire mesh) screens due to its tensile strength and impact resistance. Low resistance to abrasion
  • Technical Specifications of Carbon and Alloy Steels (JIS)
    This article displays the tensile strength, brinell hardness and carbon content of the most commonly selected steel used in Japan for the production of power transmission components.
  • Fatigue Strength Restoration in Corrosion Pitted 4340 Alloy Steel via Low Plasticity Burnishing (.pdf)
    directly to a corroded surface. without first removing damaged layers. Compressive residual stresses of the order of. material yield strength in quenched and. tempered, 38 HRC 4340 steel were achieved via. LPB on as-corroded surfaces and sub-surface. layers. The total depth of compression was about
  • The Effect of Shot Peening Coverage on Residual Stress, Cold Work and Fatigue in a Ni-Cr-Mo Low Alloy Steel (.pdf)
    The underlying motivation for this work was to test. the conventional wisdom that 100% coverage by shot. peening is required to achieve full benefit in terms of. compressive residual stress magnitude and depth as. well as fatigue strength. Fatigue performance of. many shot peened alloys is widely
  • Steels for Strength
    Developed primarily for high-strength applications, these steels are usually heat-treated alloys that provide strengths at least equal to those of as-rolled steel. Heat-treated constructional alloy steels and the ultrahigh-strength steels are used in applications where high strength can
  • Quantitative Analysis of Stainless Steel using the ZSX Primus III+
    Alloy steel with chromium of alloying element added is. called stainless steel. Its advantage is not to rust or. corrode as easily as ordinary steel. There are over 150. grades of stainless steel, which have many. applications such as cookware and major appliances. Alloy steels are generally
  • Tool Steel & Tool Steel Supplier
    As the name implies, tool steel refers to a number of different high speed, carbon, and alloy steels that are used to make tools. Desirable features in tool steel include toughness, wear resistance, and strength at high temperatures. High speed steel is so-called because it is capable of cutting
  • World's strongest aluminum alloy
    A new patent-pending aluminum alloy from Kobe Steel is made using a spray forming process and is said to be the strongest aluminum alloy available. It has a tensile strength of 780 MPa. That's reportedly 10% higher than the 710 MPa of Weldalite, an aluminum-lithium alloy developed by and used
  • Carbon Steel
    and ductility. For plain carbon steels, about 0.2 to 0.25% C provides the best machinability. Above and below this level, machinability is generally lower for hot-rolled steels. Standard wrought-steel compositions (for both carbon and alloy steels) are designated by an AISI or SAE four-digit

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  • ASTM DS70 - Handbook of Steel Data: American and European
    Another important type of steel, the alloy steels , contain in addition to the above-mentioned elements, significant quantities of such elements as chromium, nickel and molybdenum, which distinguishes them from plain carbon steels.
  • Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist
    8.3 Alloy Steels ........................................................................................
  • Alloying: Understanding the Basics
    Carbon and Alloy Steels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Tool Steels
    James Presley Gill former chairman of the board and president of Vanadium- Alloys Steel Company (now Teledyne VASCO) and past-president of the American Society for Metals who wrote the first modern text on tool steels in 1936 and who constantly encouraged �
  • Steel Castings Handbook
    Chapter 18 Carbon and Low Alloy Steels for Pressure Containing and Structural Parts 18-1 .