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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 34, Issue 8, pp 504–511 | Cite as

High-strength rolled sections with structural anisotropy

  • P. D. Odesskii
  • V. T. Chernenko
Heat Treatment Technology
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Abstract

The article investigates the properties of high-strength sections .for building structures. It examines theinfluence of structural anisotropy on the operational properties of profiles of steel St3ps strengthened fromthe rolling heat on a high-speed mill. It is shown that the use of such rolled sections in industo, is promising.

Keywords

Anisotropy Operational Property Structural Anisotropy Rolled Section Rolling Heat 
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  • P. D. Odesskii
  • V. T. Chernenko

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