Stainless Steel in Vehicular Rail and Pedestrian Bridges

Bridge engineers are increasingly exploiting the unique characteristics of modern austenitic and duplex stainless steel alloy families to solve a range of challenges associated with bridges and highways. Each family is defined by its microstructure (i.e. austenite or, for duplex, roughly equivalent levels of austenite and ferrite) but includes alloys with different levels of corrosion resistance and strength.

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Published 20/04/2018 08:20:20 Last Modified 20/04/2018 08:23:02

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