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" This metal possesses the advantage of much greater tensile strength than soft iron ; it is also more elastic, and does not readily take a permanent set, while it is much harder and is not worn or indented so easily as soft iron ; at the same time it is... "
Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Сторінка 892
автори: American Society of Mechanical Engineers - 1898
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1856
...easily as soft iron ; at the same time it is not so brittle or hard to work as ordinary cast-steel. These qualities render it eminently well adapted to...iron, because the loss of metal that takes place by oxydation in the converting vessel is about 2£ per cent, less than it is with iron ; but, it is a...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Том 4

1856
...steel. These qualities render it eminently well adapted to purposes where lightness and strength ore specially required, or where there is much wear, as in the case of railway cars, which from their softness of texture soon become destroyed. The cost of semi-steel will be a...
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Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal

1856
...steely iron, and eventually to very soft iron ; hence, at a certain period of the process any quantity of metal may be obtained. There is one in particular,...where there is much wear, as in the case of railway cars, which from their softness of texture soon become destroyed. The cost of semi-steel will be a...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Том 4

1856
...steely iron, and eventually to very soft iron ; hence, at a certain period of the process any quantity of metal may be obtained. There is one in particular,...where there is much wear, as in the case of railway cars, which from their softness of texture soon become destroyed. The cost of semi-steel will be a...
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The Chemical Gazette, Том 14

1856
...quality of metal may be obtained. There is one in particular, which, by way of distinction, may be called semi-steel, being in hardness about midway between...where there is much wear, as in the case of railway cars, which from their softness of texture soon become destroyed. The cost of semi-steel will be a...
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The Chemical Gazette, Or, Journal of Practical Chemistry, in All Its ..., Том 14

1856
...quality of metal may be obtained. There is one in particular, which, by way of distinction, may be called semi-steel, being in hardness about midway between...where there is much wear, as in the case of railway cars, which from their softness of texture soon become destroyed. The cost of semi-steel will be a...
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Mining Magazine: Devoted to Mines, Mining Operations, Metallurgy & C, Том 7

1856
...does not readily take a permanent set, while it is much harder, and is not worn or indented so easy as soft iron; at the same time it is not so brittle...lamellar texture soon become destroyed. The cost of the semi-steel will be a fraction loss than iron, because the loss of metal that takes place by oxidation...
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The Mining Magazine: Devoted to Mines, Mining Operations, Metallurgy ..., Том 7

1856
...permanent set, while it is much harder, and is not worn or indented so easy as soft iron ; at the same timo it is not so brittle or hard to work as ordinary cast...lamellar texture soon become destroyed. The cost of the semi-steel will bo a fraction less than iron, because the loss of metal that takes place by oxidation...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers ..., Том 65

Sholto Percy - 1856
...easily as soft iron ; at the same time it is not so brittle or hard to work as ordinary cast-steel. These qualities render it eminently well adapted to...destroyed. The cost of semi-steel will be a fraction kss than iron, because the loss of metal that takes place by oxidation in the converting vts.-cl is...
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THE CHEMICAL GAZETTE, OR, JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY, IN ALL ITS ...

WILLIAM FRANCIS - 1856
...required, or where there is much wear, as in the case of railway cars, which from their softness of texture soon become destroyed. The cost of semi-steel...place by oxidation in the converting vessel is about 2£ per cent. less than it is with iron; but as it is a little more difficult to roll, its cost per...
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