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Hard as Steel! The 7 Types of Steel to Use in Construction
Did you know steel roofs can last over 50 years while traditional roofs only last 17 years?Are you constructing with steel? Steel comes in many types, shapes, and sizes. To ensure you’re using the best, here are the 7 types of steel.The 7 Types of Steel to Use in ConstructionWhen it comes to construction there is no material like steel. No material can match the durability. Let’s chat about 7 different types of steel.1. Structural SteelStructural steel is durable and strong. It can be transformed into any shape including but not limited to I-Beam, L shape, T shape, and Z shape. This type of steel can be constructed in no time on the construction site. High-rise buildings and skyscrapers are constructed using structural steel but it’s also used for garages and large agricultural buildings.Benefits of structural steel include:Fire resistant: Its reliable for protection against fires.Customizable: Useful for designers because it has the ability to take on so many shape...
2019 - 01 - 22
Hard as Steel! The 7 Types of Steel to Use in Construction
Did you know steel roofs can last over 50 years while traditional roofs only last 17 years?Are you constructing with steel? Steel comes in many types, shapes, and sizes. To ensure you’re using the best, here are the 7 types of steel.The 7 Types of Steel to Use in ConstructionWhen it comes to construction there is no material like steel. No material can match the durability. Let’s chat about 7 different types of steel.1. Structural SteelStructural steel is durable and strong. It can be transformed into any shape including but not limited to I-Beam, L shape, T shape, and Z shape. This type of steel can be constructed in no time on the construction site. High-rise buildings and skyscrapers are constructed using structural steel but it’s also used for garages and large agricultural buildings.Benefits of structural steel include:Fire resistant: Its reliable for protection against fires.Customizable: Useful for designers because it has the ability to take on so many shape...
2019 - 01 - 22
Researchers Concoct New Diamond-Hard Metal Alloy That Makes Its Own Lube
Researchers at the notorious Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico - a primary supplier of US ancillary nuclear weapon systems - have announced the development of a two-metal alloy that is so hard that only diamond can compare in its ability to resist wear.Boasting a durability and strength rating an estimated 100-times harder than high-strength steel, the platinum-gold alloy can withstand incredibly high levels of heat and friction, and can last much longer than existing materials in high-stress environments.As an added boost, the accidentally-discovered super-hard material also eases friction because it makes its own lubricant — in the form of atom-thick layers of super-slick, super-hard, diamond-like carbon.Considered currently to be the most wear-resistant metal alloy known to science, the material has a multitude of applications, including electronics, manufacturing and space exploration.In testing the thermal stability o...
2019 - 01 - 14
Platinum-gold Mix Becomes World
Sandia researchers Michael Chandross (left) and Nic Argibay, overseeing the testing of the platinum-gold alloy that's now the world's most durable alloy(Credit: Randy Montoya)Engineers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed what they say is the most durable metal alloy ever created. Made up of a combination of platinum and gold, the new material is apparently 100 times more wear-resistant than high-strength steel, which makes it the first metal alloy to join the same class as diamond. Even better, it naturally produces its own lubricant that, under normal circumstances, is extremely fiddly and expensive to make.The Sandia alloy is made up of 90 percent platinum and 10 percent gold, and to illustrate how durable it is, the team uses a pretty colorful analogy. Imagine skidding on tires made of the new alloy – according to its inventors, only a single layer of atoms would be worn off after skidding for a mile, and you could drift around the Earth's equator 500 times...
2019 - 01 - 08
Highlights of China
Manganese ore imports continue to growGrowing imports of manganese ore continued to buoy supplies of raw materials in 2018, even as environmental issues weighed on domestic production. Imports of manganese ore reached 22.08 million mt in January-October, compared to 21.26 million mt of total imports in 2017. This is likely to increase ore supplies by 15% year on year in 2018. Output of manganese oxide ore shrinks furtherEnvironmental and safety inspections hampered production across medium-sized and small manganese oxide miners in 2018. Even with high profits in the steel industry and as November’s new rebar standard buoyed demand for silicon-manganese alloy, sufficient supplies and higher quality of imported ore narrowed shares of domestic manganese oxide ore. Supplies of manganese carbonate ore remains tightIn May-October, rectification works suspended all manganese mines in Songtao of Guizhou province. Those miners resumed gradually at the end of t...
2019 - 01 - 02
US Develops New Gold-silver Alloy For Military Use
Soldiers from the 14th Field Artillery Regiment conduct a 72 hour joint exercise to test their capabilities and limits. Photo by U.S. Army photo.Scientists with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, the University of Maryland and the Paulista State University in Brazil created a new gold-silver alloy with the idea of lightening the load and enhance the power of devices used by soldiers on the battlefield.In an article recently published in Advanced Optical Materials, the researchers explain how they are working on controlling the optical and plasmonic properties of gold and silver alloys by changing the alloy chemical composition."We demonstrated and characterized gold/silver alloys with tuned optical properties, known as surface plasmon polaritons, which can be used in a wide array of photonic applications," David Baker, one of the authors of the paper, said. "The fundamental effort combined experiment and theory to explain the origin of the alloys' optical ...
2018 - 12 - 25
China
China is getting a step closer to exploring the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the largest crack in the Earth's surface, after the welding of the spherical shell of the submersible's capsule was completed on Saturday.According to Lei Jiafeng, research fellow of the Institute of Metal Research affiliated with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China is the first country to build such a large deep-sea manned submersible with titanium alloy materials able to last for over 30 years.Upon completion, the submersible, capable of diving to depths of over 10,000 meters, will become one of the most advanced deep sea vehicles with the biggest diving depth in the world.As one of the core components of the submersible, the spherical capsule also serves as a restaurant, a living room, as well as an operation compartment for the pilots.The technology – joining metals using vacuum electron beam welding and applied on the capsule shell, leaves very narrow space for the welded joints and can weld into a re...
2018 - 12 - 17
BASF Introduces AUROOM™, A Platform For The Digital Visualization Of Automotive Exterior Colors
Booth Number:B220AUROOM is the portal to a database of authentic, digitized automotive colorsVirtual coatings including complex effects can immediately be mapped on any 3D geometry for color assessmentPhoto-realistic visualization speeds up color design process of OEM designersWith AUROOM, BASF’s Coatings division introduces a digital platform which enables OEM designers to access a database of photo-realistic virtual car colors.  BASF’s virtual colors capture all facets of automotive coatings including lightness flop, color flop and sparkling. By mapping these colors on car models, OEM designers can virtually paint every color proposal and gain realistic impressions of colors and effects on a complete car already in an early design phase. AUROOM will be a valuable tool for OEM designers to speed up and perfect the overall color design process as they are no longer solely dependent on physical samples that need to be painted and shipped. AUROOM provides further innovative features...
2018 - 12 - 11
New Class of Carbides Could be Toughest Yet
New disordered materials show exceptional hardness and heat toleranceA new class of complex ‘high-entropy’ metal carbides that incorporate five different metals has been developed by researchers in the US, who have shown the new materials can be significantly harder and more heat resistant than simple carbides.Metal carbides such as tungsten or titanium carbide are valued for their toughness and high melting points, and are widely used in mining tools and thermal protection coatings. But most carbides used today consist of just one metal cation combined with carbon. ‘These “binary” carbides are so useful because of the extremely strong bonds between the metal and the carbon atoms,’ explains materials engineer Kenneth Vecchio of the University of California, San Diego. ‘However, there’s a trade-off: the bond that makes materials like tungsten carbide very hard and stiff also makes them very brittle. There are a few materials like tantalum carbide that are softer and less stiff...
2018 - 12 - 11
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