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 HSLA steel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HSLA steel (high strength low alloy steel) is a type of steel alloy that provides many benefits over regular steel alloys.
HSLA steels are so called because they only contain a very small percentage of carbon.
HSLAs are therefore also referred to as 'microalloyed', as they are indeed alloyed in extremely small amounts by comparison to other main commercial alloy steels.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/HSLA_Steel   (374 words)

 Steel Encyclopedia Article @ LaunchBase.org (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Steel is a metal alloy whose major component is iron, with carbon content between 0.02% and 1.7% by weight.
Until these 19th century developments, steel was an expensive commodity and only used for a limited number of purposes where a particularly hard or flexible metal was needed, as in the cutting edges of tools and springs.
Damascus steel, which was famous in ancient times for its durability and ability to hold an edge, was created from a number of different materials (some only in traces), essentially a complicated alloy with iron as main component.
www.launchbase.org /encyclopedia/Steel   (5404 words)

 All Metals & Forge, LLC
HSLA steels are available in all standard wrought forms -- sheet, strip, plate, structural shapes, bar-size shapes, and special shapes.
Typically, HSLA steels are low-carbon steels with up to 1.5% manganese, strengthened by small additions of elements, such as columbium, copper, vanadium or titanium and sometimes by special rolling and cooling techniques.
Improved-formability HSLA steels were developed primarily for the automotive industry to replace low-carbon steel parts with thinner cross-section parts for reduced weight without sacrificing strength and dent resistance.
www.steelforge.com /infoservices/matoverview/mo_hsla_steel.asp   (642 words)

 Introduction to Advanced High Strength Steels: Part I: Grade Overview
CP steels are characterized by a very fine microstructure of ferrite and a higher volume fraction of hard phases (martensite and bainite), strengthened further by fine carbon or nitrogen precipitates of niobium, titanium, or vanadium.
Martensitic steels have a microstructure that is 100 percent martensite.
These engineered steels are being used in more applications throughout various manufacturing industries, and their use should continue to grow as die and process engineers become familiar with the different techniques that are required for manufacturability.
www.thefabricator.com /Articles/Stamping_Exclusive.cfm?ID=1139   (1651 words)

 Steel for many purposes. High strength low alloy steels
The increased strength of HSLA steels means that structures can be built that contain less steel and are therefore lighter than they otherwise would be.
An interesting advantage of HSLA steels is seen in the construction of tall television transmitter masts.
One type of HSLA steel is called COR-TEN because it is particularly resistant to corrosion.
www.schoolscience.co.uk /content/5/chemistry/steel/steelch3pg1.html   (462 words)

 steel - Guitar Tools   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Steel guitar is: A method of playing slide guitar using a steel.
Steel guitar refers to a method of playing on a guitar held horizontally, with the strings uppermost and the bass...
Steel is a metal alloy whose major component is iron, with carbon content between 0.02% and 1.7% by...
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 Introduction to Advanced High-strength Steels— : Part II: Processing Considerations
As with all high-strength steels, springback is a concern with AHSS.
This difference is because the parts made from DP steel have greater yield strength after forming (greater work hardening) compared with the HSLA steel parts.
Steel will work-harden as it is drawn over a radius, and this higher strength will cause both increased springback and side wall curl and make restrike operations difficult.
www.thefabricator.com /Articles/Stamping_Exclusive.cfm?ID=1158   (1639 words)

 HSLA Steel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
HSLA Steel (High Strength Low Alloy Steel) is a type of steel alloys that provide many benefits over regular steel alloys.
In general they are much stronger and tougher than ordinary carbon based steel.
It is used in cars, trucks, cranes, bridges and other structures that must be able to handle a lot of strain.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-HSLA_Steel.html   (465 words)

 Hsla steel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/hsla_steel   (168 words)

 HSLA steel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
These added elements are intended to utterly alter the microstructure of plain carbon steels, which is usually a ferrite-pearlite aggregate, to produce a very fine dispersion of alloy carbides in an almost pure ferrite.
Steel Warehouse is an integrated steel service center providing numerous processing services for the delivery of production-ready steel to metal stampers, formers, fabricators and manufacturers.
Steel stockists specialising in square, rectangular and circular tubular steel sections.
www.omniknow.com /common/wiki.php?in=en&term=HSLA_Steel   (1593 words)

 Corus Plays Pivotal Role In Dubai Airport Hangar: News from Corus Construction and Industrial   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The steel will provide the structural roofing track at the top of what will be one of the largest hangar doors in the world.
Steel slabs were manufactured at Corus Strip Products (CSP) Lackenby, Teeside and subsequently transported for rolling to CSP Llanwern, South Wales.
The steel coils were then delivered to Corus Strip Processing Centre, Wolverhampton, where they were slit to Jewers' finished size requirements and finally shipped to Belgium for rolling into channel and galvanising.
www.buildingtalk.com /news/cus/cus103.html   (461 words)

 High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) Steel - How To Produce   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
At Krakatau Steel, HSLA steel grades are manufactured through the commercial mass production.
After melting in the electric arc furnace, the steelmaking is completed by such processes as ladle refining, ladle injection, and vacuum degassing to obtain the steel free from impurities and the most effective introduction of microalloying and inclusion shape control addition.
The main purpose of HSLA steel processing is to produce the fine and homogeneous ferrite grains as well as a high volume fraction of carbide/nitride precipitates during or after austenite-ferrite transformation.
www.krakatausteel.com /product/hslasteel/hsla_how2prod.asp   (255 words)

 Structural, Carbon & HSLA Steel Plate - Chapel Steel
Structural, Carbon and HSLA Steel Plate - Chapel Steel
A36 is one of the most widely used grades of steel plate.
Chapel Steel stocks a wide range of sizes in all of our warehouses.
www.chapelsteel.com /a36.html   (58 words)

 Teer Coatings Ltd
Results: MoST formed 80,000 parts dry and was still running at the end of the test.
Results: MoST improved performance 12 times over uncoated and was still running at the end of the test.
Hardness: 58 - 60 RC Workpiece: HSLA steel (64 RB)
www.teercoatings.co.uk /index.php?page=fieldmos   (633 words)

 Laser Cutting Hsla Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
we are the industry leader in flame cutting and plasma cutting carbon, alloy, and HSLA steel plate.
The introduction of HSLA 80 for secondary structures - Astute Class Submarines...
Chose a category: Lasertek Precision Cutting Inc. precisely exacts materials such as steel, stainless steel and aluminum into pre-production or custom metal parts.
www.laser-cutting-net.com /directory/laser-cutting-hsla.html   (448 words)

 Buell® vs Buell® 2005 vs 2005 Blast® vs Blast®
Wide beam HSLA steel backbone frame with built-in oil reservoir, Uniplanar™ powertrain vibration isolation, Titanium color finish
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Rear: Single, piston floating caliper, 220 mm stainless steel rotor
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