medium carbon steel


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medium carbon steel

[′mē·dē·əm ¦kär·bən ‚stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel containing 0.15-0.30% carbon.
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Materials drilled include aluminum, stainless steel, tool steel, titanium, copper, and low and medium carbon steels.
The main difference between the structure of the metal in the weld zone in ECMO of 40Kh steel in comparison with that in electroslag welding of the alloyed medium carbon steels is the considerably larger grain size in the metal of the high-temperature section of the heat affected zone.
The Tipton site is British Steel's manufacturing centre for the supply of narrow cold rolled mild and medium carbon steels to the automotive components and engineering industries.
The hardening tests are done on two types of medium carbon steels with the same carbon content and different initial microstructures and alloying contents shown in Table 1.
Topics for discussion include the comparison of the fatigue properties of high carbon steels for various processing cycles and the fatigue properties of medium carbon steels in the normalized, quenched and tempered conditions.

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