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PREPAINTED ALUZINC STEEL COIL
Specification:122O*O.47

Steel Grade & Standard: CG20140923

AZ150
Surface Treatment: non-chromate, oiled  
Coil ID:508mm  Coil Weight:6-10MT
Package Type:EYE TO SIDE
Thickness Tolerance:+/-0.02mm  Width Tolerance:+/-5mm
Zinc Coating Tolerance:-/+10g/m2

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Q:What does steel angel zero have to do with steel angel kurumi?
Steel Angel Zero is an OVA (Original Video Animation), a very short animation that went straight to DVD. It probably was written because Kurumi was so popular, and the producer wanted to check the waters for whether they should make a second season. It's pretty hard to keep track of what anime is which, especially in the more popular series. If you think Zero is worth zero, try Steel Angel Kurumi 2 (anime, 12 episodes), and Steel Angel Kurumi Encore (OVA, 4 episodes) as well.
Q:Why can aluminum and steel casings not be used for reloading?
Steel is magnetic, and can spark...Sparks are not good things around gun powder....CCI loads some pistol rounds with aluminum cases, but they are not re loadable, as the aluminum is so soft the primer pockets will wear out quickly..Aluminum, metallurgical, has a valence of +3, which means that moisture would cause electrolysis to set up between the steel primer cup and the aluminum case, which would pit the primer pocket...Steel is harder than brass, and would not uniformly expand on the firing sequence, and would be likely to rupture instead of expanding and sealing...Also, the hardness of steel would make resizing cases difficult, as steel needs to be heated before reshaping.......Hope this helps....
Q:Is this guitar steel string or nylon?
That's a very low-end Kay, maybe from the 60's or 70's. It has a weird mixture of steel-string and classical features that you often see in cheap imports from around that time, maybe because the factory didn't want to stock different parts for different lines. The tuners (one of which is missing) are made for steel strings. They will work with nylon but not well. The bridge is a generally classical type but appears to be bolted on and seems to have some compensation carved into the saddle, which indicates it may have been intended for steel strings. Probably it's ladder braced, which is not a great design for either type. It has a classical rosette and a steel-string pickguard. I am guessing the neck has steel reinforcement but unless there's a sticker there's no way to tell. Personally I'd put light or (preferably) extra-light steel strings on it. The short scale length will help keep the tension down. I'd keep an eye on the neck though. You could also try silk steel to be on the safe side, but the bass response will probably be lacking.
Q:Steel sheet vs paper?
In okorder.com/... 11.7x8.3 inch paper 97.11 square inches 0.062651488 sq meters at 4.5gm is a non-standard 19 pound bond ledger paper, but that is OK, because at least it is in range. 38 gauge steel sheets are about the thinnest that hold their structure 0.00625 thick 1221 g/m² or, at 11.7x8.3 76.5grams So, with this data at hand we can better visualize the situation. Paper of 0.00625 thick in the size shown is 35# paper 131.68 g/m² 8.25grams Steel is higher in density than paper, so you cannot get the same size and air flow without it being lighter in weight than the steel and the air resistance would be lower for the heavier item, so steel of the same shape and thickness as paper falls faster. Suppose you want paper heavier than steel for the same area, then the thickness increases. Will a steel sheet 0.00625 thick and 11.7x8.3 inch size 76.5gm fall faster or slower than a 9 or 10 times thicker paper sheet? If it was able to hold flat in each type the thicker paper should get more backflow behind it aerodynamically and fall faster than an equal weight thinner steel sheet as my guess, but I don't have those numbers. The steel will always be heavier than the paper for the same exact shape and thickness by about 9x. My answer here is difficult, but the question has some flaws to think about.
Q:How to wear out stainless steel?
Its called stainless for a reason :) many grades are out there, 300 400 series. You could use acid to make it look older but you wouldnt want to cook with it after chemically converting it with acid.Personally i like cast iron. It will last a life time + and looks very cool. Sorry no safe way to do it and cook with it. B^
Q:Use of Steel in Jet Engines??
You could but you will have to run lower pressures and speed and thus lower power output. You should do some research the Me 262 the Nazi's built. I don;t know but I think they used steel. That's why the engine had to be serviced every few hours of flight.
Q:When was steel first used in buildings?
steel was first used in the 1800s in buildings.
Q:Recycled Stainless Steel market prices.?
Steel is at an all time high of $3.99 per hundred pounds..Stainless will sell for more....I haulled a pickup truck full 3 days ago and got over a 100 bucks for junk I had laying around the yard.
Q:Steel mine question help!!!?
There's no such thing as a Steel mine - steel is made from various raw materials (and now recycled metals). These materials may be mined separately and then combined at a steel mill - but steel is made, not mined. Steel, depending on what final characteristics they're trying to develop (strength, hardness, finish , etc.) can be comprised of iron, carbon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, nickel, chromium, etc. in varying quantities.
Q:what imperfections or problems arise with casting steel?
Cast steel uses specific alloys of steel designed to improve the casting process. It has a specific strength and toughness range based on the alloying ingredients. It physical properties are a bit different from rolled steel. The primary problems with casting steel are porosity and voids or spaces where the mold is not completely filled with molten steel. These do not effect the basic strength of the steel but they can degrade the ability of the casting to function as designed.

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