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  • The Advantages Of Stainless Steel And Carbon Steel

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    Advantages of Stainless Steel And Carbon Steel Stainless steel metal is a standout amongst the most generally utilized metals as a part of the world. It is prevalently known for its stainless and against consumption qualities. It contains chromium and low carbon steel. The chromium substance offers the counter consumption property to the metal. It is accessible in distinctive evaluations and compounds which can be utilized for diverse purposes. Properties And Uses: Stainless steel metals are utilized

  • The Effect Of Process Parameters On Microstructure And Hardness Of Surface Modified High Carbon Steel

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    Cr ADDITION ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND HARDNESS OF SURFACE MODIFIED HIGH CARBON STEEL Arun Sreenivasan1*, R. Sellamuthu2 1*DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, AMRITA VISHWA VIDYAPEETHAM, COIMBATORE, 641112, arunsreeniz@gmail.com 2DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, AMRITA VISHWA VIDYAPEETHAM, COIMBATORE, 641112, r_sellamuthu@cb.amrita.edu Abstract The effect of process parameters on microstructure and hardness of High Carbon Steel (HCS) surface modified with Cr has been investigated in this study

  • Automobile Car Body Is Made From Other Grades Of Low Alloy And Low Carbon Steels

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    1.0 INTRODUCTION • Automobile car body is made from various grades of low alloy and low carbon steels that are prone to corrosion in the absence of proper surface protection [1,2]. Therefore, car body is traditionally coated with primer, followed by paint for better corrosion resistance. However, due to process complication, design intricacy and other issues, it is often observed that despite of applying several layers of primer and paint on the car body, it suffers from General, Pitting, and Crevice

  • Comparison Of Cast Iron And Steel

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    Iron and Steel Composition, Microstructure and Classification Cast Iron and Steel are ferrous alloys – means iron is their prime constituent. In cast iron the carbon content is higher than steel. In most of the cast irons carbon exists as graphite. Graphite formation is regulated by the composition and rate of cooling. Silicon concentration greater than about 1 wt% and slower cooling rates during solidification of liquid cast iron favor graphitization. On the other hand, steels are iron-carbon alloys

  • Career Episode : An Intern

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    of becoming a leader in power transmission components and is now a major supplier of FB components to the automotive industry. 1.4. Low carbon steel is one of the most commonly used steels in the manufacturing of power transmission chains, because its price is relatively low and it provides acceptable material properties for many applications. Its low carbon content (0.05-0.15%) makes it malleable and ductile. Although it is relatively lower in tensile strength, its

  • Study on Peekay Steel Castings Ltd

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    Methodology……………………………………………... 4 2.5 Introduction to Steel Industry…………………………………… 5 2.6 Executive Summary…………………………………………….. 8 2. COMPANY PROFILE………………………………………….. 9 2.1Growth & Evolution……………………………………………. 10 2.2 About Peekay Group…………………………………………... 10 2.3About the firm…………………………………………………... 11 2.4 Product &Product Mix…………………………………………. 15 2.6 Organization Structure…………………………………………. 18 3. FUNCTIONAL

  • Engineered System Material

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    ENGINEERED SYSTEM (MATERIAL) Lab Report 2 – Tensile Test Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................3 Objective .................................................................................................................................................3 Procedure: Carrying out experiment .........................................................................................3

  • Running Machines For A Machine Shop

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    If you’ve worked in a machine shop at all in the last 30 years, you know that anytime a machine is set up, the operator is faced with an immeasurable number of choices. Everything about running machines is about choosing from the many ways of doing it. There is definitely “more than one way to skin a cat” when working in a machine shop. For example, think about one of the most simple machine tools, the tried and true Bridgeport knee mill. We have all used one, maybe for 5 minutes to clean an edge

  • The Reduction Of Weight Of Heavy Vehicles

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    weight, higher strength to weight ratio steels would be required. Not only is a high strength, but the steel also requires to be adequately formable and greater energy absorption capacity. Good formability is essential for designing vehicle components with complex shapes. Dual phase (DP) steels are quite promising material for these purposes. DP steels can already achieve strength in the range of 500-1200 MPa with a total elongation of 15-25 %. Dual phase steels contain more than 1% alloying element

  • Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer Strengthening For Concrete Beam

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    Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer Strengthening for Concrete Beam Wilson Handoko School of Materials Science and Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia Abstract Fibre Reinforced Polymer (FRP) has been used in many sectors for over 20 years as it has excellent properties in terms of high tensile strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, durability, mouldable and good thermo mechanical properties. These excellent properties lead to the low maintenance cost

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