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  • Chemical Composition (.pdf)
    Chemical composition of stainless steel of deferrent standards
  • Stainless Steel and Welding Fume
    This Status Report provides information on the physical characteristics and chemical composition of fume generated during arc welding of stainless steels. It reviews the hazard that welding fume may represent and the evidence of risk that is posed for welders and those working in their vicinity
  • Stainless Steel Enclosures in Industrial Applications (.pdf)
    of industrial enclosures including composition, distinguishing properties of different grades, chemical resistances, suitable applications and general benefits offered by stainless steel when compared to carbon steel enclosures.
  • Role of Surface Composition on the Corrosion Resistance of Electropolished 316L Stainless Steel (.pdf)
    In the semiconductor fabrication industry, surface analytic tools are often employed to quantify the oxide layer of AISI 316L components used for high purity gas distribution. Specifically, Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES) and Xray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS or ESCA) are used to determine the
  • NITRONIC - Nitrogen Strengthened Stainless Steel
    The NITRONIC family of alloys was developed by Armco in the 1960s. The name NITRONIC comes from the addition of Nitrogen that is added to the composition of the alloys in this series. Typically this Nitrogen addition is made to the full solubility of the alloy. There are other ways that Nitrogen
  • Solutions and penetration of stainless steels by various brazing filler metals
    In the brazing of thin stainless steel parts in the order of .001" to .010" thick, the solution of base metal by molten filler metal and the penetration of filler metal into the base metal, may sometimes be so severe as to cause perforation or partial destruction of the part being brazed
  • LEXS: Analysis of Carbide Layers on Steel (.pdf)
    to understand the distribution and composition of the carbide layer on stainless steel, high precision X-ray data collection for quantification is required.
  • PMI - Comparing Two Test Methods
    is particularly used for high quality metals like stainless steel and high alloy metals.
  • Developing an Effective Passivation Process to Maintain
    from stainless steel material because of its natural corrosion. resistance and relatively chemical inert surface. However, laser marking of stainless steel alters the surface composition. and degrades the natural passive layer resulting in a mark that is susceptible to corrosion. To restore

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