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Alloy Steel - Industrial Metals(steel) Alloy Steel. Alloy steels are those to which significant percentages of manganese, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, vanadium or silicon are added. They form a series of high quality, high strength materials and are used in applications where service requirements are severe and thermal treatments are required.(plate) List of Important Alloys o ...

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List of Important Alloys of Steel Metallurgy

Estimated Reading Time 6 mins Silicon Steel A. Silicon improves considerably the electrical properties of steel. B. Silicon High Speed Tool Steels ADVERTISEMENTS A. High speed tool steels are widely used Heat Resistant Steels A. Steels which must be resistant to creep at high temperatures Spring Steels (i) Carbon-Manganese Spring Steels. A. C = 0.45 to 0.65% Si = 0.1 to 0.35% Stainless Steel The stainless steels are classified in two groups 1. Plain chromium and Chrome Vanadium Steels A. These steels usually contain 0.8 to 1.1% Cr, 0.25 to 0.33 C Nickel Steel A. The percentage of nickel varies from 2 to 40. B. Nickel from 3 to 5% raises Vanadium Steel A. Addition of vanadium even in small proportion to an ordinary low Manganese Steel A. Manganese from 1 to 1.5% makes the steel strong and tough to Tungsten Steel A. Tungsten when added to steel improves its magnetic properties and (plate)Alloy Steel - Industrial Metals(steel) Alloy Steel. Alloy steels are those to which significant percentages of manganese, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, vanadium or silicon are added. They form a series of high quality, high strength materials and are used in applications where service requirements are severe and thermal treatments are required.

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