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what is the composition of mild steel?
*Download the technical hand book atfollowing link where you can get lot of details and equivalent standards: [www.onesteel.com/images/db_images/productspecs/OSMB%20Technical%20Book%20Aug04.pdf] *EN8:Medium Carbon Steel. New name : [ 080M40 Designation:BS 970 080M40 *EN8 is an unalloyed medium carbon steel with good tensile strength. It is normally supplied in cold drawn or as rolled. Tensile
properties can vary but are usually between 500-800 N/mm2. #Composition: C 0.35 - 0.45%; Si 0.05 - 0.35%; Mn 0.6 - 1.0%; S, P CD (thin); Yield Stress x 10^6 Pa: 530; Tensile Stress ,MPa: 660; Elongation %: 7. #EN stands for "Euro-Norm". For more details,please visit following link: www.roymech.co.uk/Useful_Tables/Matter/Strength_st.htm www.westyorkssteel.com/en8.html http:// /question/?qid=20080315224740AAMpaM8 ]
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User: what is the composition of mild steel?

Weegy: *Download the technical hand book atfollowing link where you can get lot of details and equivalent standards: [www.onesteel.com/images/db_images/productspecs/OSMB%20Technical%20Book%20Aug04.pdf] *EN8:Medium Carbon Steel. New name : [ 080M40 Designation:BS 970 080M40 *EN8 is an unalloyed medium carbon steel with good tensile strength. It is normally supplied in cold drawn or as rolled. Tensile properties can vary but are usually between 500-800 N/mm2. #Composition: C 0.35 - 0.45%; Si 0.05 - 0.35%; Mn 0.6 - 1.0%; S, P < 0.06%. In condition HR -> CD (thin); Yield Stress x 10^6 Pa: 530; Tensile Stress ,MPa: 660; Elongation %: 7. #EN stands for "Euro-Norm". For more details,please visit following link: www.roymech.co.uk/Useful_Tables/Matter/Strength_st.htm www.westyorkssteel.com/en8.html
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User: what happens to mild steel to make it stainless?

Weegy: sizes and are made from different kinds of steel like stainless, steel, mild steel, or
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User: what is the difference between high carbon steel and mild steel?

Weegy: The main difference between steel and cast iron is its carbon content. Mild steel contains less than 0.30% carbon, and most high carbon steel contain less
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User: what is the melting point of mild steel?

Weegy: The low carbon concentrations (0.05-0.15%) in mild steel do not have a major effect on the melting point of iron, which is 1538 centigrade. [ Looking at the Iron-Carbon phase diagram show that the reduction from this melting temperature will be only a few degrees. At higher concentrations of carbon (2-4%), as in cast iron, the melting temperature is substantially reduced. The alloy starts melting at 1154 centigrade, and is completely molten by 1200-1400 centigrade depending on carbon content. http:// /Q/What_is_mild_steel_melting_temperature ]

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