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  • Article - 22 Oct 2012
    In 1978, beryllium was discovered by Abbe Rene-Just Hauy. It is a fairly soft metal, brittle in nature, and has high ductility, specific heat, stiffness-to-weight ratio, strength-to-weight ratio and...
  • Article - 11 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are called as high-alloy steels. They have high corrosion resistance than other steels due to the presence of large amounts of chromium in the range of 4-30%. Based on their...
  • Article - 10 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are known as high-alloy steels with good corrosion resistance thanks to the large amounts of chromium available in these steels. Most of the stainless steels contain about 10% of...
  • Article - 10 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels which have high corrosion resistance when compared to other steels due to the presence of large amounts of chromium.
  • Article - 10 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are known as high-alloy steels. These steels contain good corrosion resistance in comparison with other steels because they contain larger amounts of chromium of about 10%.
  • Article - 10 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are known as high-alloy steels. They contain about 4-30% of chromium. They are further divided into martensitic, austenitic, and ferritic steels. Another group of stainless steels are...
  • Article - 6 Sep 2012
    Alloy steels comprise a wide variety of steels with compositions that exceed the limitations of Si, Va, Cr, Ni, Mo, Mn, B and C allocated for carbon steels. In comparison with carbon steels, alloy...
  • Article - 6 Sep 2012
    This article details the properties of AISI 4130 Alloy Steel (UNS G41300).
  • Article - 1 Sep 2012
    Alloy steels are designated by AISI four-digit numbers. They contain different kinds of steels having compositions which exceed the limitations of B, C, Mn, Mo, Ni, Si, Cr, and Va set for carbon...
  • Article - 31 Aug 2012
    Aluminum alloys have excellent corrosion resistance. They are sensitive to high temperatures in the range of 200 to 250°C (392 to 482°F), and could lose some of their strength.