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  • Carbon Steels

    Carbon steel is steel in which the main interstitial alloying constituent is carbon in the range of 0.12–2.0%. The American Iron and Steel Institute(AISI) defines carbon steel as the following: "Steel is considered to be carbon steel when no minimum content is specified or required for chromium‚cobalt‚ molybdenum‚ nickel‚ niobium‚ titanium‚ tungsten‚ vanadium or zirconium‚ or any other element to be added to obtain a desired alloying effect; when the specified minimum for copper does not exceed 0

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  • tata steel

    TATA STEEL Kiran R Nair Abstract This article explains in detail the Tata steel as one of the most ethical companies in the world. also provides details of how Tata Steel implemented TBEM (Tata Business Excellence Model) and‚ as a result‚ reaped several benefits‚ to achieve organization-wide business excellence through continuous improvement of quality in business processes and by focusing on other areas of management including leadership‚ customer and market focus‚ strategic planning‚ business

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  • Tata Steel

    Introduction Backed by 100 glorious years of experience in steel making‚ Tata Steel is among the top ten steel producers in the world with an existing annual crude steel production capacity of 30 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA). Established in 1907‚ it is the first integrated steel plant in Asia and is now the world`s second most geographically diversified steel producer and a Fortune 500 Company. Tata Steel has a balanced global presence in over 50 developed European and fast growing Asian markets

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  • Nucor Steel

    Nucor Corporation Introduction Nucor Corporation‚ the largest U.S. mini-mill‚ continues to gain market share in flat roll and strip steel. Recent successful acquisitions‚ application of new technologies‚ prospects for global growth‚ a strong balance sheet‚ as well as improved economic outlook for the steel industry‚ make Nucor an attractive buy with a near term stock price target of $65 to $70. Background Nucor Corporation (NUE) was founded by auto manufacturer Ranson E. Olds. Through a

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  • Tata Steel

    tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel tata steel TATA STEEL Rajeev Upadhyay PGDIM18 Sec C Roll No 182 TATA STEEL Diversity enriches any large organisation and enhances its collective capabilities. A clear‚ shared vision is a key requisite for successful diversity management. Vision

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  • The Iron-Carbon Diagram

    The Iron-Carbon Diagram There are two iron-carbon equilibrium diagrams: - stable iron-graphite Fe-Gr - metastable iron-cementite Fe-Fe3C The stable condition usually takes a very long time to develop. The metastable diagram is of more interest. Fe3C iron carbide called cementite because it is hard. Following phases exist on Fe-Fe3C diagram: - liquid solution of iron and carbon (L) - ferrite ( ) – an interstitial solid solution of carbon in Fe (bcc). At room temperature ferrite is ductile but

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  • Steel and Corrosion

    of manganese in the rusting of steel.  Alford‚ H. Carroll: Corrosion of iron and its prevention. 2‚200 w. 1901. (In Proceedings of the St. Louis Railway Club‚ v. 5‚ April 12‚ p. 9.) Theory of rust formation and preventive measures.  American Society for Testing Materials: 1‚800 w. 1906. (In Iron age‚ v. 77‚ p. 2057.) Abstracts of papers at ninth annual meeting of the society; corrosion of tube steel‚ corrosion of wire fencing‚ electrolysis in structural steel‚ etc.  Andes‚ Louis Edgar: Der

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  • Nucor Steel

    I. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis of the Steel Industry & Firm Level capabilities analysis 1. Competition from substitutes Increasing substitutes in the form of plastics‚ aluminum and advanced composites. 2. Threat of Entry High barriers to entry in the integrated mill segment. However‚ with the mini-mills‚ the barriers are being lowered due to lower costs (a tenth of those in the integrated mills per ton of steel produced). 3. Competition from rivals Highly competitive since products are

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  • Carnegie Steel

    Carnegie Drove Steel Home Andrew Carnegie grew up as a son of a weaver craftsman and a mother who went to work to help support the family when the stream weaving loom came to Scotland. Andrew later wrote‚ after seeing my dad begging for work I knew I would be the one to fix it. I determined that Andrew Carnegie was a captain of industry. He was a captain of industry because he‚ helped build the formidable American steel industry‚ supplied jobs to many people who were out of jobs because of the

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  • Reinforcing Steel

    REINFORCING STEEL: Reinforced concrete was designed on the principle that steel and concrete act together in resisting force. Concrete is strong in compression but weak in tension. The tensile strength is generally rated about 10 percent of the compression strength. Steel is the best material for reinforcing concrete because the properties of expansion for both steel and concrete are considered to be approximately the same; that is‚ under normal conditions‚ they will expand and contract at an almost

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