, Volume 27, Issue 6, pp 15–20 | Cite as

Control-rolled high-strength low-alloy plate steel

  • G. J. Roe
  • G. D. Marsh
Technical Article


In a combined laboratory-mill development program Bethlehem has found that lower carbon and the proper rolling practice provide a desired balance of yield strength and improved impact properties.


Impact Property Notch Toughness Shelf Energy Columbium Rolling Practice 
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  • G. J. Roe
  • G. D. Marsh

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