Static and fatigue strength of St. 20 steel smelted by various methods were determined at room and elevated temperatures. The results showed that vacuum-arc melted steel has the optimum physicomechanical properties.
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Liskevich, I.Y., Tkachenko, N.N., Babei, Y.I. et al. Effect of smelting method on static and fatigue strength of low-carbon steel at elevated temperatures. Mater Sci 4, 343–345 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00722630
- Elevated Temperature
- Fatigue Strength
- Physicomechanical Property
- Smelting Method