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September 14th, 2007

JFE Steel Develops 1,180-MPa Class High Tensile Strength Steel Plate with 15 % More Elongation

Abstract:
To develop it, the company utilized the technology employed in the production of a current product, a 780-MPa class ultrahigh tensile strength hot rolled steel plate named 780 MPa Class Nano Hiten. This technology is used to finely disperse nanometer-order deposit in ferrite. The company optimized the balance of alloy elements that constitute a carbon material and employed a high precision hot rolling process. As a result, the company was able to improve the elongation property while increasing the dispersion concentration of the deposit to enhance the strength.

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