Steel

An iron-based alloy containing manganese, usually carbon, and other alloying elements. Steel contains anywhere between 0.2% carbon for soft wire and sheet steel and 1.5% carbon for cutting tools.


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Density 7860 kgm-3Clip
Melting Point 1700 KClip
Tensile strength 460000000 Nm-2Clip
Yield strength 300000000 Nm-2Clip
Youngs modulus 210000000000 Nm-2Clip
Poissons ratio 0.29 Clip
Linear expansivity 0.000015 K-1Clip
Specific heat capacity 420 Jkg-1K-1Clip
Thermal conductivity 63 Wm-1K-1Clip
Electromotive Series 0.45 VClip
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See also: Alloy, Bainite, Bessemer, Henry, Blast Furnace, Blue Brittleness, Carbon, Cold Rolled Steel, Hot Rolled Steel, Iron, Maraging Steel, Mild Steel, Normalizing, Rust, SAE Steel, Sheet Steel, Stainless Steel, Steel EN16T, Steel EN19T, Steel EN1A, Steel EN24T, Steel EN31, Steel EN351, Steel EN353, Steel EN36, Steel EN42, Steel EN44, Steel EN45, Steel EN47, Steel EN8, Steel EN9, Tool Steel, Vanadium, Water Hardening.

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