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  • Article - 28 Jun 2012
    This article details the properties of AISI 1018 mild/low carbon steel.
  • Article - 8 May 2001
    Plain carbon steels' properties are to some degree controlled by carbon content. The properties of the various carbon composition steel families are outlined.
  • Article - 19 Dec 2023
    This article provides an overview of carbon steel and the impact of the carbon content on its strength and ductility.
  • Article - 18 Sep 2018
    Carbon steel, an iron-carbon alloy with a carbon content of up to 2.1% of the steel’s total weight, is one of the primary categories of steel. It makes up as much as 90% of steel manufactured...
  • Article - 3 Nov 2023
    Stainless steel and carbon steel are extensively utilized for various industrial and domestic purposes. There are certain core differences between these two materials, and this article focuses on the...
  • Article - 13 Feb 2018
    ASTM A537 Class 1 carbon steel plates are built for use in pressure vessel applications.
  • Article - 13 Feb 2018
    Pressure Vessel Steels stocks a wide variety of carbon steel plates in a range of widths, lengths, and thickness according to ASTM A516 Grade 60 and ASME SA516 Grade 60.
  • Article - 23 Aug 2012
    AISI 1040 carbon steel has high carbon content and can be hardened by heat treatment followed by quenching and tempering to achieve 150 to 250 ksi tensile strength.
  • 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 - 15 Mar 2001
    Fencing has been brought into the 20th century with the help of advanced materials such as polycarbonate, kevlar and dual phase steel materials.

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