Carbon Steel, main point is that the mass fraction of carbon is less than 2.11% and does not contain the alloy elements and are specially added. Low-alloy high-strength steel is a kind of engineering structural steel developed by adding a small amount of Mn, Si and trace elements such as Nb, V, Ti and Al in the basis of Carbon structural steel. The so-called low alloy is that the total alloy elements in the steel do not exceed 3%, which are mainly used for manufacturing various engineering structures with high strength, such as bridges, ships, vehicles, high pressure vessels, oil and gas transmission pipelines, large steel structures and so on. Carbon steel plate and low alloy high strength steel plate, is the most common and widely used steel plate, strong supply capacity, the domestic production of the largest steel plate, we can cut processing according to customer requirements, and also can be processed according to the requirements of the drawings by grinder, our finished products are praised by our many customers, welcome to send us the enquiries and the drawing.
Emerging uses of low alloy carbon steel
Originally, because of the inherent characteristics of the low carbon steel, its scope of use was greatly limited.With the application of some new technologies in the steel industry in China, many emerging uses of the low carbon steel have been well developed and utilized.At present, some large domestic steel mills or iron and steel trading companies are actively working closely with large domestic slings enterprises to jointly develop a series of rigging products with high technology, high precision and high quality, which has played a good role in promoting technology in the domestic and even global rigging industry.This also shows us a new way of the comprehensive utilization of the low alloy carbon steel
Mechanical property of low alloy carbon steel
The low alloy carbon steel is a ductile material. The stress-strain curve in tension is mainly divided into four stages: elastic stage, yield stage, strengthening stage and local deformation stage. And there are obvious phenomena of yield and necking in the local deformation stage. At the beginning, it is an elastic stage. It completely follows Hooke's law along the straight line. After the proportional limit, the deformation speeds up, but there is no obvious yield stage.