Frontiers of micro-alloyed steel for industrial merchandising-1

Ray, Ashok K and Goswami, B and Raj, A and Singh, M P (2013) Frontiers of micro-alloyed steel for industrial merchandising-1. Journal of Metallurgy and Materials Science, 55(2) (Non-SCI). pp. 83-98.

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Industrial merchandising implements have been decisive with reference to life, compromise between improvements in properties and cost of fabrication by alloying and heat-treatments, design to redesign processes to lower weight under similar constrains of traditional mild steel production and similarity in weldability. Reduction in fuel consumption has been key term for consideration in any sector. This has introduced thin section high strength production for good fatigue properties. Traditions of strength evaluation in a structure have changed from maximum strength of steel to effective strength required in certain more important direction. Therefore optimized strength has been preference of direction of maximum loading in structures. This has reported that for merchandising items fatigue strength has been more important than tensile strength. This has been stemmed from incidents of 99% accident by fatigue failure within yield strength. Railway wheels hand has been characterized for impact toughness and strength. Structural beams have been studied to induce precipitation strengthening. This review has been aimed to study contemporary benefits from microalloyed steels in comparison to carbon manganese steels.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Rail steel, Wheel, Structural beam, Trailers, Hand tools, Bolt and stud, Standard specifications, Pressure vessel, Mold, Steel, Reactor steel, Thin slab, Cast steel, Long product, Trusses.
Divisions:Material Science and Technology
ID Code:6872
Deposited By:Sahu A K
Deposited On:10 Apr 2014 10:40
Last Modified:10 Apr 2014 10:40
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