ferrous alloy

ferrous alloy

[′fer·əs ′al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
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For example, the bond between the ferrous alloy and aluminum will depend on the casting process and how it is solidified.
During the 19th century, he says, at least 25 scientists in Europe and the US were seeking a ferrous alloy that would resist rust, and seven found one, independently of each other, between 1905 and 1912.
Iran has successfully increased production of zinc, sponge iron, ferrous alloy and refractory materials.
Erdos EPM, part of the Erdos Group, currently utilizes rich local coal reserves to operate four major businesses around Erdos City in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region: power generation, coal mining, ferrous alloy production and water pumping from the Yellow River.
These distributed air gap cores are made from ferrous alloy powder.
Juan Torres, spokesman for ArriveNEWS and the virtual trade show (IITS) said the Castings Manufacturers and foundries showcased on the site at http://www.foreigntradeexchange.com/suppliers/castings.html work with a large variety of metals and plastics such as aluminum, stainless steel, carbon steel, cast iron, ductile iron, brass, nickel alloy, aluminum die, bronze, zinc, titanium, non ferrous alloy, carbides, gray iron, high grade aluminum & bronze alloys as well as plastic materials.
A continuous-flow cupola furnace designed by Ted Uran, professor of art and department chair at SCC, was used to melt the ferrous alloy. The event began at 8 a.m.
As a 1982 GM brochure explains, it is a ferrous alloy with temper carbon in a matrix of tempered pearlite or tempered martensite.
Chronital is used for cleaning, deburring, descaling and surface finishing of a wide variety of aluminum, stainless steel and other non ferrous alloy castings and forgings.
Diecast alloys are always superior to their plastic equivalents, and often match up well to more costly copper-base and ferrous alloy options.
Increasing intensity of vanadium in steels, ferrous alloys, and non-ferrous alloys is expected to amplify its consumption in core end-user industries such as automotive, aerospace, and building & construction.
Tech Cool 35058 is a premium machining fluid developed specifically for applications requiring superior micro-finish on ferrous alloys; low and high carbon steels, titanium, molybdenum and tough alloys.