Scientists at the Siberian Federal University (SFU) in Krasnoyarsk have developed a method to make low-carbon steel more suitable for industrial applications. SFedU researcher Alexander Kosovich told TASS About work.
Toughness is achieved by increasing the amount of energy that the material can absorb before failure, the researcher noted. The scientist explained that the optimal ratio of alloying additives – manganese, silicon and chromium – makes the steel more resistant to impact.
Kosovich noted that the scientific results of his work will be used in the training of metallurgists and foundry workers at the specialized institute of the Siberian Federal University, and practical solutions are already being implemented at one of the enterprises in the Krasnoyarsk Territory for the production of cone armor for crushers.
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