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  • HSLA Steel
    Those steel alloys known as high-strength low-alloy (HSLA) steels provide increased strength-to-weight ratios over conventional low-carbon steels for only a modest price premium. Because HSLA alloys are stronger, they can be used in thinner sections, making them particularly attractive
  • Restoring Fatigue Performance Of Corrosion Damaged Aa7075-T6 and Fretting in 4340 Steel with Low Plasticity Burnishing (.pdf)
    Corrosion related fatigue in aluminum structural. alloys and fretting damage in high strength steels are. primary failure mechanisms that reduce the structural. integrity of aging aircraft. A chemically active. environment, susceptible material and static and/or. alternating tensile stresses
  • Steels for strength and machinability
    Two precipitation-hardenable steel alloys developed for use in aerospace applications bring benefits to other metal-using industries. Precipitation-hardenable (PH) stainless steels are turning up in more and more aerospace applications because they can be age hardened, sometimes after being cold
  • Machining Titanium
    for titanium products. Titanium applications are most significant in jet engine and airframe components that are subject to temperatures up to 1100 °F and for other critical structural parts. Titanium is alloyed with aluminum, manganese, iron, molybdenum and other metals to increase strength
  • Nickel
    Structural applications that require specific corrosion resistance or elevated temperature strength receive the necessary properties from nickel and its alloys. Some nickel alloys are among the toughest structural materials known. When compared to steel, other nickel alloys have ultrahigh strength
    of 2 to 20 um. At the lower limit, powders are so fine as to approach the "dust" category. Alloy compositions are developed through blends of elemental powders, or supplied directly as prealloyed powders. In the case of prealloyed powders--which are generally used for stainless-steel compositions--each
  • Metal-Matrix Composites
    as golf clubs, bicycles, machinery components, electronic substrates, extruded angles and channels, and a wide variety of other structural and electronic applications. Superalloy composites reinforced with tungsten alloy fibers are being developed for components in jet turbine engines that operate
  • Faster, more predictable die casting
    cycle rates. And designers often see a tenfold increase in die life thanks to the low abrasive wear rates of these alloys when compared to their aluminum counterparts. Special die-casting techniques let designers easily modify designs to boost structural properties. To improve creep resistance

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  • ASTM DS67C - Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards
    … Welded Wire for Concrete Reinforcement Standard Specification for Stranded Carbon Steel Wire Ropes for General Purposes Standard Specification for Steel Line Pipe, Black, Plain-End, Seamless Standard Specification for Ferroalloys, General Requirements Standard Specification for Alloy Steel Structural Shapes for Use in …
  • Structural Steel Plates
    Carbon Structural Steel ASTM A 242/A 242M-04e1 High-Strength Low- Alloy Structural Steel ASTM A 283/A 283M-03 .
  • ZASMHBA0001025
    Summary of characteristics and intended uses o f H S L A steels described in ASTM specifications Title High-strength low- alloy structural steel High-strength low-alloy niobiumvanadium steels of structural quality High-strength low-alloy structural steel with 345 MPa …