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What are the major problems of the steel industry in India?

What are the major problems of the steel industry in India?

All through the 1960s and up to the oil emergency in the mid-1970s, the Indian steel industry was portrayed to a serious extent of innovative effectiveness. This innovation was fundamentally from abroad. In any case, during the accompanying twenty years after the oil emergency, a steep climb in vitality expenses and acceleration of expenses of diff...Read More

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21 Sep, 2020

What is the difference between tool steel and HSS?

What is the difference between tool steel and HSS?

High-speed steel (HSS) is a subset of tool steels, ordinarily utilized as cutting device material. It is frequently utilized in power-saw blades and drill bits. It is better than the more seasoned high-carbon steel instruments utilized broadly through the 1940s in that it can withstand higher temperatures without losing its hardness. At room temper...Read More

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18 Sep, 2020

What Is High-Speed Steel?

What Is High-Speed Steel?

The high-speed steels (HSS) have iron mixed with more than 0.5% carbon, over 5% molybdenum alongside other alloying components like tungsten which shifts as per the grades and that is 18% in grade T-1, 6%in M-2 grade, 1.6% in M-1 grade and 1.5% in M-2 grade. Although high carbon steels (HCS) is additionally utilized in making instruments, HSS appar...Read More

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16 Sep, 2020

What are the differences between Carbon Steel and TMT bar steel?

What are the differences between Carbon Steel and TMT bar steel?

TMT bars are high-quality bars created from low carbon steel by the extinguishing of the surface layer of the bar. The subsequent weight changes the crystal structure of the surface layer of the bar transforming it into martensite and thus contracts it. Martensite is an exceptionally hard precious stone structure of steel and is profoundly tough. M...Read More

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14 Sep, 2020

How Does Weather and Humidity Affect Steel?

How Does Weather and Humidity Affect Steel?

The combination of moisture, dampness, oxygen and salt, particularly sodium chloride, harms metal more awful than rust does. This combination corrodes or destroys the metal, debilitating it and making it self-destruct. Saltwater consumes metal multiple times quicker than new water does and the pungent, sticky sea air makes metal erode multiple time...Read More

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11 Sep, 2020

Is it true that steel is not technically a metal?

Is it true that steel is not technically a metal?

In fact, the difference between metal and steel is highly overlooked in a world that regularly considers steel as a sort of metal. Indeed, even in an expert limit, these terms are utilized together. Steel is ordinarily utilized as a buil­ding material and "Metal" structures, as they are alluded to, are regularly made of steel. That is the reason y...Read More

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09 Sep, 2020

Is steel elasto-plastic?

Is steel elasto-plastic?

Yes, steel shows both versatile, elastic and plastic properties before breaking. On the off chance that we add burden to a steel wire, it will grow first somewhat yet whenever delivered it will again go to its underlying length. If a breaking point, at that point, additionally extends yet after delivery the last length will be sustained. More burde...Read More

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07 Sep, 2020

Is steel more conductive than aluminum?

Is steel more conductive than aluminum?

Pure aluminum has a thermal conductivity of around 235 watts for every kelvin per meter, and an electrical conductivity of around 38 million siemens for each meter. Aluminum composites can have a lot of lower conductivities, yet once in a while as low as iron or steel. Heat sinks for electronic parts are made of aluminum because of the metal's acc...Read More

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04 Sep, 2020

Why Are The Upper And Lower Yield Points Only For Mild Steel?

 Why Are The Upper And Lower Yield Points Only For Mild Steel?

The presence of an upper yield point of mild steel is predominantly because of the nearness of interstitial contaminations. It could likewise be because of replacement polluting influences. The solute molecules (C or N) in low carbon prepares, lock the disengagements, consequently raising introductory yield stresses. This raise prompts the upper yi...Read More

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02 Sep, 2020

Why Steel Is Used In Reinforcement?

Why Steel Is Used In Reinforcement?

Rebar otherwise called reinforcement steel and reinforcing steel is a steel bar or work of steel wires used in strengthened concrete and brickwork structures to strengthen and hold the strong in pressure. To improve the idea of the bond with the strong, the outside of rebar is routinely structured. Regardless of the way that rebar has ribs, that pr...Read More

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31 Aug, 2020

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