Grain Oriented Electrical Silicon Steel Sheet
|Standard||ASTM, DIN, GB, JIS|
|Length||Any length based on coil weight or by required|
|Coil Inner |
|Surface treatment||Inorganic Coating |
|Delivery lead time||15~30 Days after Receiving T/T Prepayment or LC Date|
|Price TERM||FOB,CIF,CFR,EX Works,FCA,DDU|
|Port of Loading||China Port|
|Payment||L/C at Sight|
|T/T 30% in Advance,70% Balance after Received B/L Copy|
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|Type||Grade||Thickness (mm)||Available width range(mm)||Inside diameter(mm)||Density (kg/dm³)||P17/50Max.Core Loss(W/kg)||B8Min.Induction(T)|
|High Induction Type||B23P090||0.23||7.65||0.90||1.87|
|Domain Refined High Induction Type||B23R080||0.23||7.65||0.80||1.87|
|Detecting Basis GB/T3655-2000|
|P17/50 means core loss of sample per kg at max.magnetic induction 1.7T and frequency 50HZ;|
|B8 means magnetic induction corresponding to 800A/m magnetic field intensity.|
Dimensional and Shape Tolerances
|Thickness(mm)||Thickness tolerance(mm)||Longitudinal thickness tolerance(mm)||Traverse thickness tolerance(mm)||Width tolerance(mm)||Flatness(%)||Camber within 2m(mm)|
Typical Mechanical Property
|Type||Thickness(mm)||Yield Strength(N/mm2)||Tensile Strength(N/mm2)||Elongation(%)||Hardness(Hv1)||Number of Bends||Lamination Factor(%)|
|High Induction Type||0.27||350||325||12||195||20||97|
|Domain Refined High Induction Type||0.27||355||330||10||200||18||97|
- Q:Which one steel or metal?
- hi Asking this question in engineering category would give you the following answer steel is a subcategory of metals moreover steel is iron with some other additions( mainly carbon) strong in the engineering sense is not a specific word..i mean we , in engineering, have many scales to categorize metals ( which include steel)..like hardness,corrosion,elasticity, and even heat conductivity...every metal could be strong in some and weak in other but i can understand that you are not an engineering type :) that's why here's a special answer for you steel usually has the silver shiny color ( i am not sure all grades of steel have this color)...it would be more EPIC to use steel bow and arrows... if it's a fictitious books...you can just use Iron or any name you can made up... You can search....how did the ancients make their bows and arrows? thanks :)
- Q:how carbon is being alloyed during steel making?
- It's not really that hard. You can use your charcoal grill to do it. First build a large fire in it and then bury the steel in the coals. It'll only take about ten minuites or so for the steel to heat through. Then pick it out of the coals with tongs and drop it into a bucket of water. Repeat as desired. Eventually it'll get as brittle as glass. To fix this, you must anneal the metal. Again heat the metal in the coals, only this time let it stay there until the coals go all the way out all by themselves. Next day when all the way cool, Take it out and clean it off. Viola!, you have hardened steel.
- Q:Why can aluminum and steel casings not be used for reloading?
- Reloading Aluminum Cases
- Q:Is stainless steel stainless all the way through?
- Stainless steel knives, sinks, etc.may or may not be stainless steel all the way through. The question arises however, what Quality of stainless steel? For steel to be highly rust resistant, a minimum of 12% chromium must be added to the iron along with carbon (for hardness). Good food-grade stainless also is likely to contain nickel, niobium, molybdenum, and/or titanium. Victorinox has a pretty good reputation to protect so I would expect your blade is still stainless. Some good old American brand names however have been sold to marketers who outsource manufacturing to China and scrimp on the chromium and nickle content in their stainless products. That is why you can spend $50 at Lowes for a stainless steel barbeque tool set of fork, tongs, lifter etc and find them spotted with rust within a few months.
- Q:Steel HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?
- Speaking of Building Construction, we use grade 450 and 450B not because of toughness, its because it best serves its purpose, reinforcing concrete structure should provide the enough ductility of structure to resist flexure/bending when loads are imposed on it.
- Q:Why nickel makes stainless steel non-magnetic when nickel itself is ferromagnetic?
- Steel is magnetic because of the alignment of the spin in the electrons of the atoms in the crystaline matrix of the steel. Nickel atoms are not the same size as Iron atoms and Chromium atoms. by having several different sizes of atoms in the alloy, it prevents a uniform crystaline matrix from being formed. If you imagine a box of marbles that are all the same size, they will all settle into a regular pattern in the box. But a bunch of mismatched marbles will be jumbled together in irregular patterns. This prevents the magnetic properties of either element from asserting itself.
- Q:Fallout 3 broken steel question?
- Broken Steel fixes the original ending of the game so that you can continue past the end and continue exploring. The Broken Steel missions also take place after the original ending of the game. One way you can tell if Broken Steel is working though is if you are finding enemies added with Broken Steel (Super Mutant Overlords, Hellfire Enclave Troops, and so on), and if you can level up past level 20 and get new perks added between 20 and 30. You can even see all of these new perks any time you level up, so next time you level up, scroll down and see if there are new perks below the level 20 perks. If there are, then Broken Steel is working properly.
- Q:New stainless steel refridguator?
- I use water but do it in sections so wipe then with a dry cloth dry then with another dry cloth dry again, then continue this and you will get ride of all streaks you could try window cleaner (windex) spray on then wipe with paper towels then go over with a paper towel again or a dry tea towel; I like using the cotton tea towels as I find the other tea towel (like towels) leave fluff and that annoys me big time as I can't handle streaks Good luck as it can drive you up the wall try and train every one to open and close the door by the handle only not closing the door by putting there fingers on the door; easier said than done.
- Q:Best Quality Steel...............!!?
- In steel construction there are many standard types of steel used. Lots of different factors contribute to your steel choice. How tall is the building? Are you in an earthquake zone? Steel for the columns, or the beams? You might want to refer to the American Institute of Steel Construction for more information, they are the governing body in the US.
- Q:911 conspiacy theorists. Can fire melt steel?
- They can't melt that fast At that temperature, the fire caused by the jet's fuel didn't hot enough to melt the concrete steel. As you see in the video the flame took only 20 minutes. The heat is not fast enough to penetrate all fragment of the concrete steel from top to the foundation, steel is not a good heat conductor like the iron. The explosion only took 5 stories, even all flame in all stories will take 4 hours to melt the core - in this case the core is the worst quality alloy which I don't think is used by WTC. The speed of the falling of WTC building was way too fast. It only took about 9.5 seconds. As an illustration, we throw an object - no matter the weight from the top of WTC, let's count how long it takes from the top to the ground as easy as senior high physics. We took the height of as h = 526.3 m, the gravity 9.8 m/s^2 then apply them to the Newton's equations, h = 1/2*g*t^2 then t = sqrt(2*h/g) = sqrt(526.3/9.8) = 7.32 seconds. The difference is just 2.2 seconds. The resistance of the concrete and solid materials should give at least 200% of the fall duration. WTC's 9.5 secs to fall is even faster a ball sliding on its wall from top the ground. I don't know what happened there. But my Basic Physics lecturer at first grade in my college -who concentrates in Materials- said that it is very odd that the flame burning 5 stories (at most 2% of 110 stories WTC) took only 20 minutes to melt the core of 30% after explosion top stories' core. A friend of mine, got summa cumlaude Bsc in civil engineering - concentrated in structure, said that the pan cake fall has never occured before due to fire causes. If the heat is hot enough to melt the core then the building should bend forward at a broad angle because the strain caused by the heat is not uniformly distributed along the building's core - remember steel is not a good heat conductor. I'm not speculatiing, but 9/11 is an odd tragedy
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