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How does Steel react in low temperature

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How does Steel react in low temperature As fact I really do think that having steel in low temperature is better and efficient than having steel in high temperature. In high temperature we face lots of behavior with in steel such as elogination, deform, buckling and etc. in low temperature we also face lots steel behavior but its limited. In low temperature we find that notch toughness ranks is very important, because a part or structure will generally fail due to a notch or other stress concentration. Test results measure the steels capacity to absorb energy, and thus signify its ability to resist failure at points of local stress concentration. Also in low temperature, fatigue limit of steel also must be considered. At low temperatures, systems are usually subjected to dynamic loads, and structural members to cycle stresses. For example, in low temperature area, vessels that frequently undergo pressure changes and large structures
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