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magnetic properties of steels

magnetic properties of steels

magnetic properties of steels

where can you find the technical data concerning the magnetic properties of all the low carbon steels available on the market?.

RE: magnetic properties of steels

Most steel manufacturers won't guarantee magnetic properties of their product, but you can get a general sense from some of the books listed in this FAQ:
FAQ340-1436: What are some books that deal with magnetism?
Hopefully your school has some of these available.
You are going to have to adjust your expectations a bit to match what is available and cost effective

RE: magnetic properties of steels

There are a lot of sources where you can find relevant information on magnetic properties:

Manufacturer's websites and product catalogs: Check websites of well-known steel producers, such as ArcelorMittal, Tata Steel, Nippon Steel, and POSCO.

Online material databases: Websites like MatWeb (http://www.matweb.com) and ASM Material Data Sheet (https://www.asminternational.org/materials-resourc...) provide extensive material property data, including magnetic properties for various steel grades.

Handbooks and reference books

Technical articles and research papers: Search for technical articles and research papers on magnetic properties of low carbon steels in scientific databases like ScienceDirect, Scopus, and Google Scholar.

Standards organizations: Organizations such as ASTM International, ISO, and SAE.

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