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CHAPTER PAgE I The Development of Iron and Steel Products
The Physical Testing of Steel
The Chemical Composition of Steel
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acetylene alloy steels annealing austenite bars bath Brinell carbon content carbon steel containing carburizing cementite cent carbon Chapter chemical chromium coating cold Company Fig composition constituents constructional steels cooled slowly corrosion Courtesy critical range critical temperature crucible decarburized degrees F desired diameter ductility electric electrodes equipment ferrite finished flame forge fire forge welding furnace gases grains hammer hardening hardness hearth heat treating heat treatment high temperatures hot-rolled ingot joint LABORATORY ASSIGNMENT load low-carbon machine manganese martensite material melting metal method mill molten molybdenum nickel obtained open-hearth operation oxide oxygen pearlite perature phosphorus pieces of steel pipe produced quenched in oil quenched in water reheated resistance Rockwell rolls sections shape sheets shown in Fig silicon slag sorbitic specimen steel is heated structure sulphur surfaces tempering tensile strength thermit thermocouple thickness tion tool steel torch tube tungsten usually vanadium welding wire yield point