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  • Ferrous Metals and Iron Alloys-Image
    Ferrous Metals and Iron Alloys - (1623 companies)
    ...of the most important include carbon steels, alloy steels, stainless steels, tool steels, cast iron, and maraging steel. Carbon steels are steels in which the main alloying additive is carbon. Mild steel is the most common due to its low cost...
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    Metal / Alloy Types
    Controlled / Low Expansion Alloy
    Low Alloy / HSLA
  • Specialty Steels and Other Iron Alloys-Image
    Specialty Steels and Other Iron Alloys - (214 companies)
    How to Select Specialty Steels and Other Iron Alloys. Specialty steels and other iron alloys have specialized or proprietary compositions or properties that are specifically engineered for certain service conditions. Types of Specialty Steels...
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    Carbon Steels and Alloy Steels - (1045 companies)
    ...steels contain approximately 0.30 -0.59% carbon. They balance ductility and strength and have good wear resistance. They are used in forging and for large industrial and automotive components. High carbon steels contain approximately 0.6 -0.99% carbon...
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    Forgings and Forged Stock - (147 companies)
    How to Select Forgings and Forged Stock Forgings and forged stock are metals and alloys that are thermo-mechanically pressed or forged into bars, rods, or other shapes.What is Forging? Forging is a metallurgical process that subjects metal parts...
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    Forging Services - (578 companies)
    In the forging process, metal is shaped by pressing, pounding, or squeezing under very high pressure to form parts called forgings. Almost any metal can be forged, including carbon, alloy and stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, brass, copper...
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    Tool Steels - (189 companies)
    Tool steels are wear resistant ferrous alloys based on iron and carbon with high levels of alloying elements such as chromium, molybdenum, tungsten and vanadium. How to Select Tool Steels. Tool steels are wear-resistant, ferrous alloys based on iron...
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    Forging Machines (hot forming) - (32 companies)
    ...and structural fatigue. Advantages and Disadvantages of Hot Forging. Hot forging machines are used to produce metal parts made out of aluminum, copper and steel. They are recommended for deforming metals with a high formability ratio, especially...
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    Stainless Steel Alloys - (843 companies)
    ...resistant to corrosion than normal steels. Types of Stainless Steels. Stainless steels can vary in composition from a simple alloy of iron and chromium to complex alloys containing chromium, nickel, and various other elements in small quantities...
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    Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys - (755 companies)
    ...compacting the mixture under controlled pressure, and sintering to create a permanent form. The process is a cost-effective alternative to forging or casting. Alloy Material Grades. Aluminum alloys come in a large variety of allow types. Some...
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    Steel Rail - (31 companies)
    ...interconnecting rural regions and distant urban centers. During the era of industrialization and the rise of mass markets, rail design and manufacturing has evolved away from using wood, cast iron, or wrought iron. Steel alloys have supplanted other...
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  • Mechanical Properties of Advanced Technology 1Cr-Mo-V Steam Turbine Rotor Forgings
    W. R., "Present State of the Electroslag Remelting Process in Roechling-Burbach for Heavy Forging Ingots with 2300 mm Diameter," paper presented at the Third International Iron and Steel Congress, Chicago , April 1978.
  • Surface Finish Effects on Fatigue Behavior of Forgings
    … Steel Including Effects of Heating Method, Trim Line, and Shot Cleaning,” FIA Technical Conference , Chicago , April 2011 3 Nicholson , “Heat Treatment of Steels ,” Vol. 61 , 1967 … … Fatigue Resistance of Unmachined Forged Steels,” Journal of Iron and Steel Institute , 1932 …
  • In Search of Microstructure
    [1] Ehade, M, "The Forge and the Crucible," 2nd ed, Umverslty ofChicago Press, Chicago , 1962, pp 19-26 [2] "Tonglushan--Pearl Among Ancient Mines … … by Huangshl Museum, Hubel, Chinese Soci- ety ofMetals, Beljmg Universityfor Iron and Steel , Cultural RelicsPubhshlng House, Beljlng …
  • Addendum and correction to: ‘Historical origins of indentation hardness testing’, by S. M. Walley
    R. A. de Re´aumur: ‘L’art de convertir le fer forge ´ en acier et l’art d’acoucir le fer fondu’; 1722, Paris … … see A. G. Sisco and C. S. Smith: ‘Re´aumur’s memoirs on steel and iron ’; 1956, Chicago , IL, The University of …
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  • Metal Management Announces a $200-Million Credit
    … located on the Houston Ship Channel, as well as Houston Compressed Steel Corp., a ferrous scrap … … largest briquetting operations; Reserve Iron & Metal L.P. of Cleveland and Chicago , a major ferrous metal … … in Arizona; and Superior Forge , Inc., of Huntington Beach …
  • Cold and Hot Forging: Fundamentals and Applications
    … 1975]: Nagpal, V., and Altan, T., “Estimation of Forging Load in Closed-Die Forging ,” Battelle Columbus … [Schey et al.]: Schey, J.A., et al., “Metal Flow in Closed-Die Press Forming of Steel ,” Research Report to American Iron and Steel Institute, IIT Research Institute, Chicago , Illinois.
  • A History of Metallurgy 2nd Edition
    86 R.A. F.de REAUMUR: 'L' art de convertir le fer forge en acier et l'art d'adoucir le fer fondu', 1722, Paris; there is an English translation; 'Reaumur's memoirs on steel and iron ', (eds. A. G. Sisco and C. S. Smith), 1956, Chicago , Chicago University Press .