Combustion method of elemental analysis accurately determines the presence of sulphur in steel
Researchers found that a particular form of nanoscale corrosion is responsible for unpredictably decreasing the working life of steel pipe
For half a century, researchers have seen loops of displaced atoms appearing inside nuclear reactor steel after exposure to radiation
New process could make wood as strong as titanium alloys but lighter and cheaper
Technique promises an unparalleled combination of high-strength and high-ductility properties for a low-carbon type of stainless steel called 316L
This application note describes how the Thermo Scientific™ Theta Probe was used to quantify the chemical composition and hydrogen concentration of an organic coating on a steel substrate.
The Office of the Vice President for Research at Wayne State University announced today the finalization of a license agreement with a new start-up company, Detroit Materials, Inc., for a Wayne State University patented portfolio of high-strength low-alloy steels and cast irons for demanding applications in the defense, off-highway, tooling and automotive industries.
There has been great advancements in the development of the high-strength steel and the need for additional enhancements continue to grow.
Purdue researchers are continuing work that could lead to safer steel structures such as buildings, bridges, and nuclear power plants.