composite steel

composite steel

[kəm′päz·ət ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Bar steel machined along the entire length which is cast around an insert of tool steel welded to the backing of mild steel; used for shear blades and die parts.
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The Gen2 system uses patented Otis technologies, including composite steel flat belts that replace traditional elevator cables to improve efficiency and ride comfort.
a composite steel manufacturer, garnered demand for three times the amount on offer, with the price at the top end of the range.
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It includes keynote lectures and papers on a broad variety of topics, including: free water influence on the dynamic tensile behavior of concrete, numerical modeling of honeycomb energy dissipating materials, a multi-scale fracture model for quasi-brittle materials, the influence of loading rate on shear failure resistance of RC beams, a numerical simulation of a terrorist attack, composite steel stud blast panel design and experimental testing, and real scale experiments on rockfall protection barriers.
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