maraging steel


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maraging steel

[mär′ā·jiŋ ‚stēl]
(metallurgy)
High-strength, low-carbon iron-nickel alloy in which a martensitic structure is formed on cooling; contains 7-6% nickel, 0-11% cobalt, 0-5% molybdenum, and small percentages of titanium, aluminum, and columbium; hardening is accomplished by heating the quenched alloy at 400-500°C.
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Process modeling and optimization of the staggered backward flow forming process of maraging steel via finite element simulations, The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 87: 1851-1864.
An analysis of the product has shown that when appropriate process conditions are used, maraging steel can develop a microstructure that is characteristic of products made by semi-solid processing.
GPI offers 8 material choices for DMLS including Stainless Steel, Cobalt Chrome, Maraging Steel, Bronze Alloy, Titanium Alloy, Aluminum & Nickel Alloy.
420 million, development of large diameter rocket motor casing using maraging steel, Karachi Rs 34.
They intend that specialists of maraging steel will learn how to model as part of their research and development, and that modeling specialists will learn to apply their craft to maraging steel.
While direct metal laser sintering has been around for decades, it was not until 2007 that EOS developed a maraging steel that it could use to make molds durable to withstand mass production.
We tested as-received Almen strip (1480 MPa), additionally tempered strip (1100 MPa) and as-cast maraging steel strips (1000 MPa ) using both the DFT and SSI methods.
EOS also has new metal powders, such as MS1 maraging steel, which can be used to make tool inserts that are fully dense and need no post-processing, Tel: (248) 306-0143*www.
As we can see from another section of Kennedy's letter, the idea of the 'plastic tank' on which Qinetiq has been working on for a while is not new either: <<The vehicle armour was mainly composite materials, 50 millimetres of fibreglass as the inside hull, that was surrounded by a thin eight-millimetre shell of maraging steel with the 150 to 200 mm space between the two hull pieces housing things and materials we would use, such as fuel (multifuel), crew tools and personal gear, miscellaneous items whose loss would not render the system vulnerable to combat loss, etc [.
For the trials, high-strength, maraging steel, winged darts which Bull called "martlets" (the mythical bird without feet seen on the McGill University crest), were used.
The FeraLon [TM] System II drivers and metal woods offer a stainless steel body with a maraging steel face.
Once he was safely ensconced in Jordan, Iraq had no option but to hand over to the IAEA half a million pages of secreted documents (from the "chicken farm") as well as almost 20 tons of high-strength maraging steel and stocks of carbon fiber for more than a thousand gas centrifuges, all of which (and much more) Kamel had detailed in his debriefing.