SAE steels

SAE steels
A numerical index used to identify composition of SAE steel

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  • SAE steel grades — The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) designates SAE steel grades. These are four digit numbers which represent standards for steel specifications. Prior to 1995 the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) was also involved, and the standard …   Wikipedia

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  • Nitridization — Nitridization, also known as nitriding, is a process which introduces nitrogen in the surface of a material. It is used in metallurgy, for example, for case hardening treatment of the steel surface.Nitriding is widely used in automotive,… …   Wikipedia

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