1971-02-01

Use of High Strength Structural Steels 710501

The high strength, heat treated weldable steels are very sophisticated steels, but unless the designer specifying these steels is equally sophisticated, he could be in for many unexpected problems. The use of these materials should not be undertaken in a haphazard manner. Each design requirement should be carefully checked against the material property that affects that requirement to be sure the material is suited to the application.

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