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Harshad Bachal
Harshad Bachal
01:43 Jun-18-2008
Comparison between various steel grades

I want a detailed comparison between MS( Low Carbon) steel & S 355 J2G3 grade steel.

Request for chemical composition & properites for both the grades of steel


 
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Ryan Burns
Ryan Burns
06:43 Jun-20-2008
Re: Comparison between various steel grades
As I am bored this evening, here you go. If you require further detail, I would suggest contacting a local materials engineering firm to author a report for you.

Ryan.


http://www.corusgroup.com/file_source/StaticFiles/Business%20Units/Engineering%20steels/S355J2G3%20IM.pdf

http://ww.efunda.com/materials/alloys/carbon_steels/show_carbon.cfm?ID=AISI_1018&prop=all&Page_Title=AISI%201018


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: I want a detailed comparison between MS( Low Carbon) steel & S 355 J2G3 grade steel.
: Request for chemical composition & properites for both the grades of steel
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Ed T.
Ed T.
09:42 Jul-01-2008
Re: Comparison between various steel grades
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: I want a detailed comparison between MS( Low Carbon) steel & S 355 J2G3 grade steel.
: Request for chemical composition & properites for both the grades of steel
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Or you could look in ASME Section IX or II for the ASTM Specs on those materials.


 
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sanjay
sanjay
02:33 Sep-05-2008
Re: Comparison between various steel grades
I want steel between various steel grades and there properties and uses


 
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