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CORROSION RESISTANT ALLO'vli* ()P TIIK STAINLESS TYPE IN USE AND \BR1 CATION
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Tl Holland Nelson
('me-ultinj; Mrtiillnvfrist, The Miilvalc Coniliuny, Pliil;iilelphi;i. I'm.
Ivofereuce to 1 lie publicat ions of 1 his society shows (hat ktc have been submitted three ]ire'ious papers
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rosisianl allov"; none of tlieni, how-
;r^f ^JK'vcr, have dea't particularly with Ilie problem from Hie point of view of Ilie iiltiinate user, nor have they at-tempted to cover the problems involved in the manufacture of installations which exist between e product as finished by Ilie steel manufacturer and the ultimate finished fabricated slroctnre called for by the user. "■ It seems to the author (bat there is little information available in this direction and complications may readily occur, due to a lack of knowledge of the general physical cliaracteristics which may be seriously affected in the course of fabrication.
The original materials of Havocs, Bvearley and Strauss have met with a variety of modifications and we find today a wide variety of materials of varying chemical compositions, all classified as " stainless " or " rustless " alloy,-. Loder these circumstances it is extremely difficult to lay down hard and fast principle* governing manufacturing operations mul al liest one can only hope to touch the high spots.
1 know of no pha-e of the -teel industry where stand-'ir";jz;iiion of termioologv would be more readilv wel-
Ven: H-iok, Aim-rirnu ln.ii Steel Institute; Si;iinle-" Sieel. Klwoud Hiivne*, !"I21. v. .",(i; R,.0( „, l",.Ve!i.) meiit- in Stamle--. Sie, |. Donald G. Chirk, Li2.i. ,,, 262; The SmieTui^ »i i!n Hijih Chromium signless Steels -""1 Iron- K,|gar C. Ihm. VSM. ,. 271.