Frontiers of micro-alloyed steel for industrial merchandising - 3

Ray, Ashok K and Goswami, B and Raj, A and Singh, M P (2014) Frontiers of micro-alloyed steel for industrial merchandising - 3. Journal of Metallurgy and Materials Science, 56(2) (NON-SCI). pp. 77-91.

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Micro-alloyed steel for industrial merchandising have been evolution of microalloyed steel for business purpose. Microalloyed steels have added advantages of lower weight and more strength. Present review has described about utilization of these added advantages in springs, rotor, pressure vessel, rolls, tubes, strips, etc. Load bearing capacity in terms of long term service exposure has increased popularity of these series of alloys. Design of rotor steel preparation has been referred to assessment of schedule of preparation from casting to finish heat-treatment effects. Bainite classification has better clarifications for rotor steels. In pressure vessels design, V has been a highly suitable element to enhance properties; however V has been hydrogen scavenger to induce embrittlement effects above limit. Retained austenite has increased thermal shock resistance in rolls, where as fresh martensite and dispersion of indigenous precipitates have improved strength properties.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Springs, Rotor, Pressure vessel, ASTM, Torque, Mangle, Helical, Resilience, Strips, Rolling mill rolls, Concrete filled tubes, Oil well tubes, Embrittlement, Petrochem, Power plant.
Divisions:Material Science and Technology
ID Code:7192
Deposited By:Sahu A K
Deposited On:19 Mar 2015 11:19
Last Modified:19 Mar 2015 11:19
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