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honeys
honeys • Jun 19, 2011

mild steel casting

why mild steel have higher cooling rate than cast iron after melting.
N.Gowtham Raj
N.Gowtham Raj • Sep 6, 2011
Try referring CCT curve from any material engineering book...
wu han
wu han • Sep 9, 2011
Hey,

Stainless steels are distinguished from other steels by a minimum chromium content of 10.5%, which makes them more resistant to
corrosive aqueous environments and to oxidation. Although there are exceptions,stainless steel castings are classified as "corrosion resistant" when used in aqueous environments and vapors below 1200°F (650°C)and "heat resistant" when used above this
temperature.To know more about go to mild steel casting

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