low-alloy steel

low-alloy steel

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(metallurgy)
A hardenable carbon steel generally containing not more than about 1% carbon and one or more of the following alloyed components: < (less="" than)="" 2%="" manganese,="">< 4%="" nickel,="">< 2%="" chromium,="">< 0.6%="" molybdenum,="" and="">< 0.2%="">

low-alloy steel

Steel having an alloy content of less than 8%.
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In the article titled "Reduction of Residual Stress for High-Strength Low-Alloy Steel Strip Based on Finite Element Analysis" [1], Dr.
(1) Low-alloy steel is steel with not more than 5% alloying element.
The new drill performed well, with insert tool life of 4,000 inches in 4140 low-alloy steel with a hardness of 32-35 Rc with a cycle time of 40 seconds.
Specific topics include interaction between liquid magnesium alloy and glassy carbon particles, the effect of pre-treatment on the corrosion resistance of superheated materials, and the effect of process temperature on the surface layer of vacuum carburized low-alloy steel gears.
TP 1501 is a higher-hardness grade with maximized edge toughness for high wear resistance in low-alloy steel workpieces; it can also be used to machine ductile cast irons.
The decoiling line in Llanwern will be able to process Tata Steel products such as Ympress(r), a high strength low-alloy steel which delivers weight savings and increased component strength, and DD13WR, a wheel-rim product with improved manufacturability.
Betonblock USA molds are made of high-strength, low-alloy steel and finished with a powder coating for long-term durability.
This process along with its premium blend of natural gum rubbers and high-strength low-alloy steel plate backing produces a product of unprecedented strength and uniformity in its structure and composition from top to bottom and side to side.
Line pipe for constructing oil and gas pipelines is made from steel, and in particular, either low-carbon steel or low-alloy steel. Low-carbon or low-alloy steels are suitable for line pipe materials and most other steel structures such as buildings or bridges because they provide a durable, strong material to withstand the service loads imposed on such structures.
Some topics include electrochemical nanostructuring of semiconductors by the capillary-cell method, inkjet printing of catalyst-inks on Si wafers, diffusion bonding of austenitic stainless steel 316L to a magnesium alloy, and transient liquid phase bonding of high-strength low-alloy steel coiled tubing.
(1) Steam generators are manufactured with strong low-alloy steel made of manganese, molybdenum and nickel steel, a combination highly resistant to the strong pressures characteristic of pressurized reactor (primary) and secondary coolants.

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