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Alloy Digest (1953) 2 (12): SA-13.
Published: 01 December 1953
... U.S.S. A-R Steel, also called U.S.S. Abrasion Resisting Steel, is a low cost abrasion resisting steel for the materials handling industries. It is an intermediate carbon-manganese steel, with better workability than carbon steel of the same hardness level. This datasheet provides information...
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Alloy Digest (1955) 4 (11): SS-37.
Published: 01 November 1955
.... chromium-molybdenum alloys workability Filing Code: 55-37 U.S.S. 9% Cr- 1% MO Stainless Steel - DATA ON WORLD WIDE METALS AND ALLOYS NOVEMBER 1955 Pdisbed by Engineering Alloys Digest, Inc. Upper Montclair, New Jersey U.S.S. 9$&r- 1% MO (Corrosion Resistant Steel) U.S. S. 9% Ct - 1% Mo is a chromium...
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Alloy Digest (1956) 5 (4): SS-42.
Published: 01 April 1956
... combustion engine en- hausc c&es, and in other services where reshnce co inter. granular corrosion is desired; high pressure boiler cubes, oil r&my still cubes. aam pipe and Manufacturer: United States Steel Corporation Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ...
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Alloy Digest (1961) 10 (1): SA-108.
Published: 01 January 1961
... U.S.S. CARILLOY 21/4 Cr-1Mo is a low alloy oxidation and corrosion resistant steel suitable for moderately high (900-1100 F) temperature use. This datasheet provides information on composition, physical properties, elasticity, and tensile properties as well as creep. It also includes information...
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Alloy Digest (1956) 5 (5): SS-43.
Published: 01 May 1956
... U.S.S. 18-8 Ti is an austenitic chromium nickel steel containing titanium. It is recommended for parts fabricated by welding which cannot be subsequently annealed. It is also recommended for parts to be used at temperatures between 800 and 1650 deg. F. This datasheet provides information...
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Alloy Digest (1953) 2 (5): SA-10.
Published: 01 May 1953
... Grade B 2nd Grade BB: Hat to 1700°F, cool rapidly to 125O F, hold at tan- for one hour, furnace cool to 700°F, then air cooL Grade C snd Grade CC: Heat to 1700°F, cool rapidly to 1250°F, hoId at tempaaturc for one hour, furnace cool to 700°F, then air cool. wQP= trama& the U.S.S. SupaIcore steels...
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Alloy Digest (1954) 3 (4): SA-17.
Published: 01 April 1954
... be satisfacrorily worked on a draw bench, press brake or ocher equipment used for cold forming operations. It has considerably higher yield point and is, therefore, suonger and srit&r than carbon steel The technique for cold forming this steel consists principally in making provision for more lib- eral radius...