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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Caption: Composite steel upper control arm with stamped steel upper and structural nylon insert replaces aluminum design.
The paper entitled "Strength and Failure Mechanism of Composite-Steel Adhesive Bond Single Lap Joints" described the strength and failure mechanism of composite-steel adhesive bond single lap joints because the joints of composite steel are very important for lightweight structures for engineering applications.
Eurocode-4: Design of Composite Steel and Concrete Structures, Part 1-1: General Rules and Rules for Buildings, CEN, Brussels, Belgium, 2004.
Tuf-Strand Fibers can be used as an equivalent reinforcing option to steel fibers, wire mesh and light gage reinforcing bars in precast concrete, slabs on grade, composite steel decks and shot-crete.
[5] UNE-EN 1994-1-1, EUROCODE 4: Desing of composite steel and concrete structures.
Cudejko, "Longitudinal shear in composite steel and concrete trusses," Engineering Structures, vol.
Midland Bright Steels has traded for over 15 years and stocks a range of composite steel products and also provides cutting and part finishing services.
Midland Bright Steels has traded for over 15 years, and stocks a large and diverse range of composite steel products and also provides cutting and part finishing services to its clients.
IMF Loans: A 930 million-rupee share sale in February by Mughal Iron and Steel Industries Ltd., a composite steel manufacturer, garnered demand for three times the amount on offer, with the price at the top end of the range.
An important part of the pulp production process involves the use of superheater panels manufactured from composite steel tubes which are used with chloride within the pulp bleaching process.
Subsequent load increments were imposed such that failure does not occur in less than 15 min according to EN 1994-1:2004 Eurocode 4: Design of Composite Steel and Concrete Structures--Part 1: General Rules and Rules for Buildings.