Effect of nonmetallic inclusions on the impact resistance of low-carbon steel
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Of the four types of nonmetallic inclusions, the plastic (unsaturated) silicates lead to the lowest impact resistance and the silicon oxides to the highest.
The type of nonmetallic inclusions has a greater effect on the resistance of transverse samples — at room temperature for medium stresses and at negative temperature for low stresses.
KeywordsOxide Silicon Silicate Lower Impact Nonmetallic Inclusion
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