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Steel is an alloy of iron, with carbon being the primary alloying element, up to 2.1% by weight. Carbon, other elements, and inclusions within iron act as hardening agents that prevent the movement of dislocations that naturally exist in the iron atom crystal lattices.

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けい素鋼板用いたには近似 0.05% カーボンと 0.10 % マンガンと 0.50 を 1% シリコンと未満の 0.02 パーセントの燐と硫黄が含まれます。けい素鋼板を用いたより良い弾性、電気およびマンガン プロパティに通常があります。さらに、これらの鋼 ay 高温のスケーリング抵抗性の増強を表わします。 ...

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Manganese in the range of 1.65 to 2 percent is added to improve tensile strength,hardness,harden ability and hot workability of steel.Manganese steel with high carbon 1.1 to 1.4 percent and high ...

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Silicon steels contains approximate 0.05 percent carbon and 0.10 percent manganese and 0.50 to 1 percent silicon and less than 0.02 percent sulphur and phosphorus.Silicon steels usually have better ...

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Steels shaped by casting method are known as cast steels.Mechanical properties of cast product are inferior as compared to wrought product of same steel.Two important factors,i.e.production of ...

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Wrought steels are shaped by plastic deformation(mechanical working).View examples of the ornamental wrought iron railings, fences, gates, spiral staircases .This name of steel is given on the base ...

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Austenitic stainless steels offer excellent weldability, but austenite isn't stable at room temperature. Consequently, specific alloys must be added to stabilize austenite. The most important ...

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Ferritic stainless steels have 12 to 27 percent chromium with small amounts of austenite-forming alloys.

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