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:At what temperature would steel evaporate?
- Steel is to broad. There are many types of steel with different melting/boiling points. Iron* has a boiling point of 5182 °F and a Heat of vaporization of 340 kJ·mol−1. iron is the main ingredient of steel, along with carbon and other various elements.
- Q:Steel phases question!?
- hey from what i learned in uni last sem, steel is originally ferrite form at first at room conditions. it will undergo poly morphic transformation to become FCC structure austenite form at 912 degree celcius. under conditions, it can become pearlite (which is a combination of ferrite and cementite) or bainitie( a finer form of pearlite). queching conditions to room temperature will form martensite which is the strongest but brittle steel form. tempered cementite is formed when we quench it and then raise temperatures before sir cooling. hope it helps, pls vote me best answer is i deserve it. thanks
- Q:What does buns of steel mean in this sentence?
- That particular exercise will develop the buttock muscles, or the gluteous maximus. In other words, your butt, sometimes referred to as buns, along with many other euphemisms.
- Q:knife made of 304 stainless steel?
- Sorry okorder.com/... I hope that link works but as you can see you dont want to use 303.304.316,410,416,430 You can get away with 301 but would be best to use 440. It kind of sounds like your a home shop guy. It would be best for you to make a knife out of a1 or d2 tool steel. with these steels you can torch heat them to a red hot heat where a magnet will not stick to them. Then let them cool slowly in the air. After that you can temper in a oven around 400f. This will a very hard long lasting knife. Check OKorder for good steel prices. A1 and D2 are not stainless but they are the best for a home shop. If you go stainless you can buy preharden material but you will have to grind everything. You can also pay someone to harden your knife but dont plan on it being cheap.
- Q:Steel coil from vertical to horizontal, what sling needs?
- Consider using the function with hydraulic prop hanging clamp from the coil center will hold tight after hanging up, then put in a L type hydraulic turnover device platform or unilateral double column loading platform, then L platform can realize 90 degrees down, vertical horizontal variable.
- Q:Components of Steel?
- iron (Fe) and carbon (C). Carbon is in small proportion, from 0.1% to 1.7% or so. If you go over 1.7% carbon by weight you get cast iron, which is much less hard than steel.
- Q:Fireproofing structural steel?
- I didn't know they fire proofed steel. Usally they would just use a steel with a higher melting point.
- Q:where can I find the weight of steel?
- Just know the type of steel ,its density. Density gives you weight per unit of volume. For example: The density of mild steel is approximately 7.85 g/cm^3 (0.284 lb/in^3) From above , you can say that 1 cm^3 of volume of mild steel have 7.85 gram weight.
- Q:What are the brands that sell 100% stainless steel cookware(interior and exterior)?
- You do not want 100% stainless steel cookware, because it's a poor conductor of heat. All high quality stainless cookware is layered with stainless steel only on the exterior and interior surfaces, while having at least an internal heat spreading core of aluminum or copper. Not all stainless steel is sufficiently ferrous (magnetic) to work with electric inductive cooktops, so some stainless cookware adds an additional layer of ferrous steel in addition to the thermal cores. You also wouldn't want a slow cooker that's 100% stainless steel, because the uneven heating would cause food to burn more quickly. They are usually made of ceramic stoneware for a reason, even heating. Besides, a stainless pressure cooker (with alum/copper) core can in less than an hour everything a slow cooker does in 3+ hours, with better flavor, color, and nutritional content. By the way, the Prestige stainless cookware isn't 100% stainless, of course, and that's a GOOD thing.
- Q:Steel Arch Building.........!!?
- i think a moment frame steel building with a parabolic arch from two corners with the top middle capstone looks pretty nice on four sides. on a plane view, the capstone forms a cross on roof top with a rectangular elevator shaft at middle and with several floors act as weight on the capstone. the four corners roof top floors have to have heavy columns reaching down to the foundation. then u draw a inverted V from the root of the arch to the capstone and filled the area between the arch and inverted V with trussed web members. this trussed arch can act as a wind bracing for the moment frame building. u have to investigate the proper angles for the trussed web members. if u set a vertical web member from the arch to the inverted V, that is at the largest gap and then build the truss web member from there. i would not only use one facade but double facade to increase the capacity of the building to resist vertical and lateral loads. however, the arch needs a tie beam to make sure the roots of the arch won't spread apart under compressive load and the load must be contain inside the arch. no one has build one like that yet.
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