maraging steel


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maraging steel

[mär′ā·jiŋ ‚stēl]
(metallurgy)
High-strength, low-carbon iron-nickel alloy in which a martensitic structure is formed on cooling; contains 7-6% nickel, 0-11% cobalt, 0-5% molybdenum, and small percentages of titanium, aluminum, and columbium; hardening is accomplished by heating the quenched alloy at 400-500°C.
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Key Words: Maraging steel, Furnace, AES, Chemisorbed, alloying.
Process modeling and optimization of the staggered backward flow forming process of maraging steel via finite element simulations, The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 87: 1851-1864.
This equivalent circuit model was also used to fit the EIS data obtained from studying the corrosion and corrosion inhibition of maraging steel in different sulfuric acid solutions [7, 9].
Pervez, who had tried to bribe a Customs official to get an export license, sought to purchase high strength maraging steel, uniquely suited for gas centrifuge enrichment technology, and quantities of beryllium for his country's covert nuclear program, NSA said.
The corrosion inhibition of maraging steel under weld aged condition by 1(2E)-1-(4-aminopheny1)-3-(2-thienyl)prop-2-en-1-one in 1.5 M hydrochloric acid medium--B.S.
The most important centrifuge upgrades in Iran required specialized materials including carbon fiber tubes, composites, maraging steel, and gas bearings.
Maraging steel is essential for P-2 type centrifuges, developed by the now-disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan based on European technologies.
GPI offers 8 material choices for DMLS including Stainless Steel, Cobalt Chrome, Maraging Steel, Bronze Alloy, Titanium Alloy, Aluminum & Nickel Alloy.
While direct metal laser sintering has been around for decades, it was not until 2007 that EOS developed a maraging steel that it could use to make molds durable to withstand mass production.
We tested as-received Almen strip (1480 MPa), additionally tempered strip (1100 MPa) and as-cast maraging steel strips (1000 MPa ) using both the DFT and SSI methods.
Ductility is 1.4 times that of titanium alloy and maraging steel. The new alloy has one of the highest specific strengths, as determined by the tensile strength divided by the density of the new material.