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The Influence of the Temperature Regime on the Mechanical Properties of the Thick Steel Sheets from Carbon and Low alloy Steels, Laminated to Thicknesses More than 40 mm
Revista de Chimie
Apparently, defects caused by failures in mechanical characteristics do not have a significant weight, but at a closer analysis it is noted that there are many lamination programs in which the thermal heat treatment is needed. These defects are generally not a reason for rejecting the plates, but annealing leads to increased specific consumption.doi:10.37358/rc.18.3.6164 fatcat:xbc33rd3djfm3cohc5l23nuvbe