cast steel


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cast steel

[′kast ‚stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel shaped by casting.
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Similar results were reported for a cast steel with ultimate tensile strength of 1585 MPa (230 ksi) and to maintain elongations to failure greater than 10%, porosity should be restricted to less than 0.05% by volume.
The fatigue capacity of cast steel nodes is decided by two major parts: the casting itself and the girth butt welds between the casting and the steel members.
The Norwegian group's unit will also supply cast steel integrals to the hull structure of the platform of the Korean customer.
The five-point chair base is made from solid cast steel and has a lifetime warranty.
The catalog covers the company's iron lug-body and wafer-body butterfly valves, unibody industrial ball valves, two-piece industrial ball valves, seal-welded industrial ball valves, three-piece industrial ball valves, cast steel gate, globe and check valves, iron gate, globe, check and clip-gate valves, silent check valves, two-piece commercial ball, three-piece commercial ball, Butterball butterfly, bronze gate, globe, angle, check and specialty, fire protection and actuation and controls for process automation.
Smooth running is ensured using nylon rollers and stainless steel bearings, while the nylon trolley is 50% lighter than cast steel.
Main problems associated with turn-broach roughing of cast steel was swarf clearance, as in the early stages of the broach cut, swarf length can be 3-4 inches, unlike cast iron which chips easily.
"Bradken was honored, when selected by Cast Connex, as an experienced structural cast steel and structurally exposed cast steel supplier," Braun said via email.
With large spindle head and ram assemblies, as well as cast iron, cast steel and steel weldment construction, SNK's RB-F Series offers rigid operation.
Cast steel flywheels warranted to a maximum speed of 900 rpm--which corresponded with a 65 mph road speed--were driven by V-belts to simulate the vehicle mass, and dynamometer dynamic braking was used to simulate road loads.
The base metal of these weights is cast steel. It now becomes an issue if a steel weight is used within a steel hopper rather than a cast iron weight within a steel hopper.