low alloy

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  • These steels lie, in terms of performance and cost, between carbon steel and low alloy steel.
  • Spring steel is a low-alloy, medium-carbon steel or high-carbon steel with a very high yield strength.
  • The low alloy content also makes the material cheaper than high alloy steels.
  • It is made of welded low alloy steel, a new material with a limited oxidation feature.
  • Notable among these efforts is the development of an ultrahigh strength high fracture toughness low alloy steel.
  • The steel box girder weighs, of which is high-strength low-alloy steel.
  • Covered electrodes made of mild or low alloy steel carry the prefix E, followed by their number.
  • Ovako operates on the market for long, low alloy steel products.
  • These processes are most commonly used on low-carbon, low-alloy steels, however they are also used on medium and high-carbon steels.
  • It is a low-cost process to achieve a distribution of fine particles in iron, stainless steel, and low-alloy metal powders.
  • It is an important alloy addition to high strength low alloy steels which are widely used as structural components in modern automobiles.
  • Steels with relatively high titanium content include interstitial-free, stainless and high-strength low-alloy steels.
  • In steel technology nickel is alloyed with iron to produce maraging steel and some low-alloy steels.
  • Alloy steels are broken down into two groups: low-alloy steels and high-alloy steels.
  • For the first time, the car body was of an all-welded low-alloy high tensile (LAHT) steel construction.
  • Lead bullets, especially soft, low alloy lead used in low pressure cartridges, need to be lubricated to prevent lead buildup in the bore.
  • Alloy steel castings are broken down into two categories: low-alloy steels and high-alloy steels.
  • Most commonly, the phrase "alloy steel" refers to low-alloy steels.
  • His notable research and development throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s laid the foundations for much of the physical metallurgy of high strength, low alloy steels.
  • This is specifically done with high-strength steels and low alloy steel such as the chrome/molybdenum/vanadium alloys.
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