Specialty Alloys: Composition & Applications
All alloy steels are made from carbon steel and other alloying materials, including aluminum, chromium, copper, manganese, nickel, silicon or titanium. These metals are combined with carbon steel to create specific properties that allow for increased hardness, strength and/or corrosion resistance.
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- Overview of common alloys
- Overview of specialty alloys
- Applications for both common & specialty alloys
- Characteristics of alloys