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Cast Iron Types, Advantages, Disadvantages, Uses, Properties

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    Properties of Cast Iron - Science Struck

    Cast iron having a tensile strength of 5 tons per square inch or less, and is of no significant value for purposes where the alloy is required to possess strength. This type may, however, be used as balance weights, foundation blocks, or for purposes where weight alone is the important factor.

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US8333923B2 - High strength gray cast iron - Google Patents

A gray cast iron alloy is disclosed. The gray cast iron alloy includes carbon from about 3.05 to about 3.40 weight percent, niobium from about 0.05 to about 0.3 weight percent, and silicon from about 1.75 to about 2.3 weight percent. The gray cast iron alloy also includes nickel less than or

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Ductile Iron Metal Casting Resources

Ductile iron – also referred to as spheroidal or nodular iron – is actually a group of irons that exhibit high strength, flexibility, durability and elasticity due to their unique microstructure. Cast ductile iron normally contains over 3 percent carbon; it can be bent, twisted or deformed without fracturing.

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Which metal is stronger either mild steel or cast iron

Dec 17, 2016 · Cast iron has has lower tensile strength than Mild steel but higher compressive strength than Mild steel. But it is harder than mild steel. So if you talk in context of tensile strength then Mild steel is stronger. And in context of compressive strength Cast iron is stronger.

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What is Cast Iron and it Types - mech4study

Jan 10, 2017 · It is also known as ductile or high strength cast iron. It has high strength. It is obtained from Gray cast iron by adding small amount of magnesium to the molten stage. It is designate by SG followed by the numbers which indicate tensile strength and percentage elongation.

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US8333923B2 - High strength gray cast iron - Google Patents

High strength gray cast iron The present disclosure relates generally to gray cast irons and, more particularly, to gray cast irons with high strength.

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HIGH STRENGTH DUCTILE IRON PRODUCED BY THE

Traditionally, high strength ductile irons are produced by a combination of alloying and heat treatment, both operations substantially increase the cost and carbon footprint of casting production. In this study, the concept of a process for the production of high strength ductile iron using engineered cooling is

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Which metal is stronger either mild steel or cast iron

Dec 17, 2016 · Cast iron has has lower tensile strength than Mild steel but higher compressive strength than Mild steel . But it is harder than mild steel . So if you talk in context of tensile strength then Mild steel is stronger . And in context of compressive

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Ductile Iron Data - Section 3 - Part 1

For the most common grades of Ductile Iron, the matrix consists of ferrite and/or pearlite. Ferrite is the purest iron phase in Ductile Iron. It has low strength and hardness, but high ductility and toughness and good machinability. Pearlite is an intimate mixture of lamellar cementite in a matrix of ferrite.

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Comparison of ductile iron vs steel Penticton Foundry

Nov 05, 2015 · While there is no large difference when it comes to tensile strength, ductile iron has the greater yield strength (40 ksi). Cast steel, on the other hand, can only reach 36 ksi yield strength. Ductile Iron (ASTM A536) vs Cast Steel (ASTM A27) As the strength of ductile iron increases ductility decreases.

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US10077488B2 - High-strength, high-damping-capacity cast

The high-strength, high-damping-capacity cast iron is obtained by a method including performing a graphite spheroidizing treatment on a molten metal, and consists of 2% to 4% of C, 1% to 5% of Si,

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Cast Iron Properties, Classification, Chemical Composition

Since the cast iron is a brittle material and therefore, it cannot be used in those parts of machines which are subjected to shocks. It has low cost, good casting characteristics, high compressive strength, high wear resistance and excellent machinability. These properties make it a

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US8333923B2 - High strength gray cast iron - Google Patents

The gray cast iron alloy includes carbon from about 3.05 to about 3.40 weight percent, niobium from about 0.05 to about 0.3 weight percent, and silicon from about 1.75 to about 2.3 weight percent. The gray cast iron alloy also includes nickel less than or equal to about 0.06 weight percent.

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US10077488B2 - High-strength, high-damping-capacity cast

The high-strength, high-damping-capacity cast iron is obtained by a method including performing a graphite spheroidizing treatment on a molten metal, and consists of 2% to 4% of C, 1% to 5% of Si,

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Nodular Iron - Dandong Foundry

The tensile strength of nodular iron is 60k, while the tensile strength of grey cast iron is only 31k. The yield strength of nodular iron is 40k, but grey cast iron does

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77 Non-Cracking Cast Iron Welding Rod

77 is a premium cast iron welding rod that produces machinable welds which are high strength, crack resistant, and porosity free when applied to a wide variety of cast irons. The special tri-metal core wire has a high current carrying capacity and the specially designed coating converts the impurities of the base metal into slag instead of being trapped in the deposit.

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The Difference between Ductile Iron and Gray Iron

Ductile continuous cast iron has made its name in the machining industry from its high tensile strength and flexibility. Its ductility makes it great for being shaped into wires and other applications that require a certain level of elasticity.

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(English) Future Promising for High Strength Gray Iron

(English) Future Promising for High Strength Gray Iron 10 Dez, 2013 in Features tagged Metals & Alloys by Global Casting Magazine Figure 1Shown is the number of engine blocks produced in grey iron and aluminium in Europe from 1999 to 2010.

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