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Development of a High Strength High Toughness (HSHT) Bainitic Steel
This invention is a unique composition of steel when subjected to a non-conventional austempering process results in the following physical property advantages over high strength low alloy (HSLA) steel:- Twice the strength- Almost three times the fracture toughnessAustempering is a process typically used to produce specialty cast iron products ...
Published: 4/29/2011   |   Inventor(s): Susil Putatunda
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Category(s): Materials, Building & Construction, High strength, Industrial & Manufacturing, Physical Sciences
Austenitic (Non-Magnetic) Structural Steel
Wayne State University research has yielded both a novel composition and a lower cost processing technique for the creation of austenitic non-magnetic structural steel. This steel has advantages that include a high work hardening rate, good corrosion resistance, combination of strength and ductility and good creep resistance. Use of this steel...
Published: 5/13/2010   |   Inventor(s): Susil Putatunda
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