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Please anyone can explain about the

Please anyone can explain about the

Please anyone can explain about the

Please anyone can explain about the diff bw as rolled steel and coil

RE: Please anyone can explain about the

I think they are the same thing, as rolled steel also called COIL, it could be provided under Hot-rolled or Cold rolled condition.

RE: Please anyone can explain about the

"as-rolled" tells you about the material properties. Generally "as-rolled" means that the material has not been heat treated after it was formed by rolling.

"Coil" tells you about the form of the material when it is shipped from the steel mill.

RE: Please anyone can explain about the

Coil does not have to mean how it is shipped. Coiled produced plate or strip can be flatened and cut to size and shipped. The coiling temperature in addition to the final hot rolling temperature can dramatically affect mechanical properties. Coiled skelp is also used to make welded pipe.

RE: Please anyone can explain about the

this topic can easily be google

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