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  • Article - 2 Jan 2002
    Properties such as high thermal expansion, low thermal conductivity and low machinability compared to other metals need to be taken into account when designing with stainless steels. Many of these...
  • Article - 11 Jun 2013
    Stainless steel grade 334 is a titanium and aluminum based austenitic stainless steel. This alloy provides better temperature scaling resistance than chromium-nickel stainless steels such as grade...
  • Article - 7 Jun 2013
    Stainless steels are called as high-alloy steels. Due to the presence of large amounts of chromium in the range of 4 to 30%, they have high corrosion resistance than other steels.
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels. These steels are available in four groups that include martensitic, austenitic, ferritic and precipitation-hardened steels. These groups are formed based on the...
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels. They have high corrosion resistance due to high chromium content of about 4-30%. They are classified in to three types such as ferritic, austenitic, and...
  • Article - 12 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are known as high-alloy steels. They have excellent corrosion resistance in comparison with other steels as they contain more chromium.
  • Article - 12 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels with good corrosion resistance because of large amounts of chromium present in them. About 10% of chromium is present in most of the stainless steels.
  • Article - 12 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels that have good corrosion resistance in comparison with other steels because they contain more chromium.
  • Article - 12 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels that possess good corrosion resistance in comparison with other steels because they contain more chromium.
  • Article - 12 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels with good corrosion resistance due to large amounts of chromium present in them. Most of the stainless steels contain about 10% of chromium.