HSLA steel


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HSLA steel

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[6.] All Metals & Forge LLC, "HSLA Steel, Information Services," Parsippany, NJ, 2004, www.steelforge.com.
It is generally accepted that the transition from mild steel to HSLA steel occurs at yield strength of about 300 MPa.
Barritte, "The nature of acicular ferrite in HSLA steel weld metals," Journal of Materials Science, vol.
Sakthivel, "Evaluation of mechanical properties across micro alloyed HSLA steel weld joints using Automated Ball Indentation," Materials Science and Engineering A, vol.
Chassis material of HSLA steel was produced as galvanised (coated with Zn).
[1], kinked fatigue crack grew from the main crack for a laser weld in a lap-shear specimen of SAE J2340 300Y HSLA steel sheets.
Surface roughness modeling using RSM for HSLA steel by coated carbide tools.
In the present work, we reported the effect of immersion time, namely, 10 min and 60 min, on the electrochemical corrosion behavior of the HSLA steel in 2.0 M sulfuric acid solutions.
"We provided three steel alternatives" - a forged steel arm, an I-beam design that is an assembly consisting of parts made with different grade dual-phase and HSLA steel, and a clamshell design, which primarily consists of two stampings that are riveted together - "that had the same weight as the aluminum but as much as a 300/o cost reduction."
Koukabi, Effects of alloying elements and microstructure on the susceptibility of welded HSLA steel to hydrogen-induced cracking and sulfide stress cracking.
The studs install permanently in carbon steel or HSLA steel sheets as thin as 0.040 inch (1.5 mm) with hardness up to HRB 89 on the Rockwell B scale.