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  • Article - 23 Aug 2012
    Steels containing mainly carbon as the alloying element are called carbon steels. They contain about 0.4% silicon and 1.2% manganese.
  • Article - 23 Aug 2012
    Carbon steels are those that have carbon as the main alloying element. They also contain up to 0.4% silicon and 1.2% manganese. In addition, the residual elements such as copper, molybdenum,...
  • Article - 18 Aug 2012
    Copper-nickel alloys have very good resistance to biofouling and marine corrosion, and possess good fabricability. Copper gains more strength and corrosion resistance when nickel is added to it.
  • Article - 31 Jul 2012
    Copper nickel alloys comprise 2 to 30% nickel and have high oxidation resistance and stress corrosion cracking resistance. Their high oxidation resistance is seen in moist air and steam.
  • Article - 27 Jul 2012
    Tin bronzes or copper tin alloys are well known for their corrosion resistance property. UNS C90200 to C91700 are designations allotted to cast tin bronzes. Tin bronzes are more ductile and stronger...
  • Article - 17 Jul 2012
    High-speed tool steels are broadly classified into molybdenum high-speed steels and tungsten high-speed steels. The molybdenum high-speed steels are also referred to as Group M steels.
  • Article - 2 Jul 2012
    AISI 1045 steel is a medium tensile steel supplied in the black hot rolled or normalized condition. It has a tensile strength of 570 - 700 MPa and Brinell hardness ranging between 170 and 210.
  • Article - 28 Jun 2012
    This article details the properties of AISI 1018 mild/low carbon steel.
  • Article - 28 Jun 2012
    This article details the properties and applications of AISI 1020 low carbon/low tensile steel.
  • Article - 23 Aug 2010
    U.S. Titanium Industry has more than 20 years production experience. They are an approved ISO9001:2008 company by TUV Nord. U.S. Titanium Industry specialize in manufacturing, processing and sales of...