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Abstract

The properties of various irons and steels are closely related to their chemical compositions and grain structure, that is, the size and arrangement of the crystalline microscopic particles making up the metal. In the initial crude refining processes, the most important factor influencing grain structure is the chemical reaction of the carbon with iron as it cools.

Keywords

Carbon Steel Atmospheric Corrosion Galvanic Corrosion Automate Testing Equipment Induce Eddy Current 
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Reference

  1. Olin, H., Schmidt, J., and Lewis, W., Construction: Principles, Materials and Methods, The Institute of Financial Education, Chicago, Illinois, and Interstate Printers and Publishers, Danville, Illinois, 4th Edition, 1980.Google Scholar

Reference

  1. Olin, H., Schmidt, J., and Lewis, W., Construction: Principles, Materials and Methods, The Institute of Financial Education, Chicago, Illinois, and Interstate Printers and Publishers, Danville, Illinois, 4th Edition, 1980.Google Scholar

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  1. Selected Methods for Condition Assessment of Structural, HVAC Plumbing and Electrical Systems in Existing Buildings; NBSIR 80-2171. Frank H. Lerchen, James H. Pielert, Thomas K. Faison.Google Scholar

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© Van Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc. 1984

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  • Forrest Wilson

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