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Steel

Meanings and phrases

steel

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n.
  1. an alloy of iron with small amounts of carbon; widely used in construction; mechanical properties can be varied over a wide range
  2. a cutting or thrusting weapon that has a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard; sword; blade; brand
  3. knife sharpener consisting of a ridged steel rod

steel

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v.
  1. get ready for something difficult or unpleasant; nerve
  2. cover, plate, or edge with steel

Damascus steel

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n.
  1. a hard resilient steel often decorated and used for sword blades; Damask steel

Damask steel

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n.
  1. a hard resilient steel often decorated and used for sword blades; Damascus steel

alloy steel

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n.
  1. steel who characteristics are determined by the addition of other elements in addition to carbon
n.
  1. a steel with a relatively large component (10-14%) of manganese; highly resistant to wear and shock; manganese steel

austenitic steel

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n.
  1. steel that has enough nickel and chromium or manganese to retain austenite at atmospheric temperatures

carbon steel

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n.
  1. steel whose characteristics are determined by the amount of carbon it contains
E.g.
  • Chisels are made of high carbon steel.
  • It can form alloys with iron, of which the most common is carbon steel.
  • Carburization can be used to increase the surface hardness of low carbon steel.
n.
  1. steel with a surface that is much harder than the interior metal

chisel steel

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n.
  1. steel used in making chisels

chrome-nickel steel

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n.
  1. Elinvar is a trademark for a kind of steel used for watch springs because its elasticity is constant over a wide range of temperatures; Elinvar

chrome-tungsten steel

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n.
  1. a steel alloy made with chromium and tungsten

chromium steel

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n.
  1. steel containing chromium that makes it resistant to corrosion; stainless steel; stainless

crucible steel

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n.
  1. steel made by the mixture of molten wrought iron, charcoal, and other substances in a crucible

drill steel

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n.
  1. carbon steel used for rock drills and dowels; drill rod

eutectoid steel

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n.
  1. a steel that contains 0.9% carbon (the eutectic point); a carbon steel with 0.9% carbon is pure pearlite

hard steel

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n.
  1. steel with more than 0.3% carbon

high-speed steel

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n.
  1. an alloy steel that remains hard at a red heat; used to make metal-cutting tools; hot-work steel

hot-work steel

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n.
  1. an alloy steel that remains hard at a red heat; used to make metal-cutting tools; high-speed steel

hyper-eutectoid steel

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n.
  1. a steel that contains more than 0.9% carbon

hypo-eutectoid steel

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n.
  1. a steel that contains less that 0.9% carbon

low-carbon steel

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n.
  1. steel with less than 0.15% carbon; mild steel; soft-cast steel

manganese steel

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n.
  1. a steel with a relatively large component (10-14%) of manganese; highly resistant to wear and shock; austenitic manganese steel

medium steel

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n.
  1. steel with 0.15-0.3% carbon

mild steel

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n.
  1. steel with less than 0.15% carbon; low-carbon steel; soft-cast steel
E.g.
  • Bulk carrier hulls are made of steel, usually mild steel.
  • The backing plate was vital; it would usually be a thick mild steel.
  • This material was stored at the larger sites, including Capenhurst in mild steel drums.

molybdenum steel

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n.
  1. steel containing 10-15% molybdenum; properties are similar to tungsten steel

nickel steel

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n.
  1. an alloy steel containing nickel

oil-hardened steel

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n.
  1. steel that is quenched in oil

quenched steel

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n.
  1. steel that has been hardened by immersing it in water or oil to cool it

soft-cast steel

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n.
  1. steel with less than 0.15% carbon; mild steel; low-carbon steel

stainless steel

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n.
  1. steel containing chromium that makes it resistant to corrosion; stainless; chromium steel
E.g.
  • They are made of stainless steel, heigh and width.
  • OEM L section blanks are made of stainless steel.
  • The 12 columns are covered with stainless steel.

steel arch bridge

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n.
  1. a steel bridge constructed in the form of an arch

steel band

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n.
  1. a band that plays instruments made from the heads of oil drums (Caribbean Islands)

steel blue

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n.
  1. a greyish blue color

steel company

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n.
  1. a company that makes and sells steel
E.g.
  • In 1949 Midvale was merged with a Pittsburgh steel company.
  • She had three siblings and her father worked for a steel company.
  • Park also founded POSCO, the largest steel company in South Korea.

steel drum

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a concave percussion instrument made from the metal top of an oil drum; has an array of flattened areas that produce different tones when struck (of Caribbean origin)

steel engraving

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n.
  1. an impression taken from an engraved steel plate
  2. engraving on a steel plate
  3. the act of engraving on a steel plate

steel factory

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n.
  1. a factory where steel is made; steel mill; steelworks; steel plant

steel gray

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n.
  1. slightly purplish or bluish dark grey; iron blue; steel grey; Davy's grey; Davy's gray

steel grey

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. slightly purplish or bluish dark grey; iron blue; steel gray; Davy's grey; Davy's gray

steel guitar

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n.
  1. guitar whose steel strings are twanged while being pressed with a movable steel bar for a glissando effect; Hawaiian guitar
E.g.
  • They make common use of fiddle and pedal steel guitar styles.
  • "Red" Rhodes on pedal steel guitar.
  • when he began playing triple neck steel guitar and Moog bass pedals.

steel industry

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n.
  1. the industry that makes steel and steel products
E.g.
  • The steel industry remained in relatively good shape.
  • In steel industry, MTC means mill's test certificate.
  • The steel industry was nationalised in 1951.

steel mill

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a factory where steel is made; steelworks; steel plant; steel factory
E.g.
  • In 1952 King started working in a steel mill.
  • The "gay steel mill" scene was written by Steve Tompkins.
  • Both are scheduled to enter the steel mill when they turn 14.
v.
  1. prepare mentally or emotionally for something unpleasant; steel onself for; brace oneself for; prepare for

steel onself for

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. prepare mentally or emotionally for something unpleasant; steel oneself against; brace oneself for; prepare for

steel plant

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n.
  1. a factory where steel is made; steel mill; steelworks; steel factory
E.g.
  • The steel plant in Nanjing was founded in 1958.
  • The steel plant is also proposed to be established in the town.
  • In 1926, when 17, he moved to Lecco where he found employment at a steel plant.

steel plate

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a plate of steel
E.g.
  • The steel plate name Ardfinnan House remains on the building.
  • The station's coal bunkers were steel plate and girder constructions.
  • To protect the pilot in the future, a steel plate was added to the back of the seat.

steel production

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. making steel from pig iron
E.g.
  • About 10% of steel production capacity was lost.
  • Hydraulic power was used extensively in Bessemer steel production.
  • He had a great influence on mining and the steel production in Sweden.

steel trap

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n.
  1. an acute intelligence (an analogy based on the well-known sharpness of steel traps)
  2. a trap made of steel with a strong spring and sharp toothlike projections to hold the prey

steel wool

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n.
  1. a mass of woven steel fibers used as an abrasive; wire wool

structural steel

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n.
  1. a strong steel that is rolled into shapes that are used in construction
E.g.
  • It is constructed of structural steel faced with brick.
  • On these a structural steel framework with 5 projections was set up.
  • The structure has a concrete foundation and structural steel framing.

tool steel

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n.
  1. alloy steel that is suitable for making tools; is hard and tough and can retain a cutting edge

tungsten steel

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n.
  1. a very hard heat-resistant steel containing tungsten; wolfram steel

vanadium steel

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n.
  1. steel alloyed with vanadium for greater strength and high-temperature stability

wolfram steel

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n.
  1. a very hard heat-resistant steel containing tungsten; tungsten steel

iron and steel

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E.g.
  • They built an iron and steel works in the Jozef valley in 1809.
  • Some iron and steel making and other industrial processes burn coal.
  • Primary industrial exports are clothing, iron and steel, machinery and refined fuels.

steel frame

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E.g.
  • The steel frame of the grandstand is original.
  • The early structure is of concrete, clad to a steel frame.
  • The bridge is a single-arch, steel frame.

steel cage

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E.g.
  • After that, The Miz fought Shane McMahon in a steel cage match.
  • Later, Miz challenged Shane to a steel cage match at Money in the Bank and Shane accepted.
  • and lost their rematch for the championship in a steel cage match the following week on "Raw".

steel cage match

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E.g.
  • After that, The Miz fought Shane McMahon in a steel cage match.
  • Later, Miz challenged Shane to a steel cage match at Money in the Bank and Shane accepted.
  • and lost their rematch for the championship in a steel cage match the following week on "Raw".

pedal steel

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E.g.
  • They make common use of fiddle and pedal steel guitar styles.
  • But they did a country version of it, with drums and pedal steel.
  • "Red" Rhodes on pedal steel guitar.

steel tube

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E.g.
  • Its empenage was a steel tube structure with fabric covering.
  • The fuselage was of open (uncovered) 4130 steel tube construction.
  • The Nobel used mainly rectangular box-section steel tube for its chassis.

steel mills

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E.g.
  • Tate worked in steel mills in Ohio as a child beginning at age eleven.
  • Certain types of activities allocate easily: steel mills, warehouses, etc.
  • Kroll's father worked in one of Leechburg, Pennsylvania's many steel mills.

made of steel

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E.g.
  • All bodies are required to be made of steel sheet metal.
  • Screws and bolts are usually made of steel.
  • Bulk carrier hulls are made of steel, usually mild steel.

welded steel

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E.g.
  • The fuselage is constructed of welded steel tubing.
  • The fuselage is constructed with welded steel tubing.
  • The aircraft is made with a welded steel tubing fuselage.

steel structure

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E.g.
  • The concrete was added to the steel structure two months later.
  • The deck was replaced, along with pier and steel structure repair.
  • The school is a steel structure with an ashlar limestone brick pattern.

steel chair

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E.g.
  • They fought until Orton tried to use a steel chair, and Triple H fled.
  • Sid had the advantage in the match until Hart came back and attacked Sid with a steel chair.
  • Hart tried to use a steel chair on Austin's leg, but Austin choked Hart with a television cable.

steel works

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E.g.
  • They built an iron and steel works in the Jozef valley in 1809.
  • The largest number worked in the giant Krupp steel works in Essen.
  • Sécrétan built Tréfimétaux steel works inside the large meander of the Dives in 1891.

steel tubing

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E.g.
  • The fuselage is constructed of welded steel tubing.
  • The fuselage is constructed with welded steel tubing.
  • The aircraft is made with a welded steel tubing fuselage.

steel plates

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E.g.
  • Since 1962 he worked with industrially pre-fabricated steel plates.
  • These clutches are usually made up of a stack of alternating friction plates and steel plates.
  • The steel plates have lugs on their inner diameters that lock them to the transmission input shaft.

tubular steel

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E.g.
  • There are tubular steel rail openings in the posts.
  • The chassis consists of a tubular steel trellis.
  • Two bridges were built in tubular steel construction.

concrete and steel

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E.g.
  • It was built of reinforced concrete and steel with masonry walls.
  • The station is a shallow triple-span station with two rows of concrete and steel columns.
  • Excellent adhesion to concrete and steel is obtained with the proper primer and surface treatment.

steel bridge

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E.g.
  • The present steel bridge was built in 1958.
  • The remains of a historic steel bridge span the Chattahoochee River.
  • A steel bridge connects the intake tower to the top of the dam embankment.

pedal steel guitar

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They make common use of fiddle and pedal steel guitar styles.
  • "Red" Rhodes on pedal steel guitar.
  • Nesmith performed the album on tour with Pete Finney playing pedal steel guitar in 2019.

steel and concrete

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Reinforced steel and concrete were added to a new deck.
  • The stadium's steel and concrete were repainted dark gray and black.
  • The 5 tunnels are steel and concrete lined and 1,560 feet long in bedrock.

lap steel

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E.g.
  • He also used a Gibson Les Paul and vintage lap steel guitars.
  • Bloom plays guitar, bass, lap steel guitar, keys, drums, banjo, and harmonica.
  • Turner also contributed lap steel guitar to a variety of Wishbone Ash recordings.

steel construction

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E.g.
  • Two bridges were built in tubular steel construction.
  • Stainless steel construction is used for some sub-variants.
  • They were of steel construction.

steel roller

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E.g.
  • RC-48 RC-48 is a steel roller coaster built by Pinfari.
  • It was voted the 33rd-best steel roller coaster in 2013.
  • SkyLoop SkyLoop is a type of steel roller coaster manufactured by Maurer Söhne.

steel beams

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E.g.
  • For much of their length, the platforms are covered by a concrete canopy supported by steel beams.
  • The house is constructed from salmon colored concrete-blocks, steel beams, glass and Philippine mahogany.
  • Claude Vasconi has been credited as the pioneer proponent of the concept of "Angelina"-style celular steel beams.

steel wheels

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E.g.
  • Trains on both lines run on rubber tyres rather than steel wheels.
  • Unlike most roller coaster trains, which have polyurethane wheels, Outlaw Run features steel wheels.
  • The SE models come standard with 15-inch steel wheels and hubcaps, upgradable to 15-inch alloy wheels.

new steel

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E.g.
  • Workers are now working to fill in that hole with new steel.
  • In 1924 the Horlocks commissioned seven new steel Thames barges, of which "Adieu" was the fifth.
  • Dorman Long builds a new steel works at the Clarence works in a joint venture with Bell Brothers.

steel products

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E.g.
  • In production of steel and steel products per capita the country heads the Balkans.
  • Industries of Philadelphia and became known as Disston Precision Incorporated, maker of specialized flat steel products.
  • A strong iron and steel industry was also projected to reduce demand of foreign currency used towards the importation of steel products.

steel truss

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E.g.
  • The roof is corrugated metal on a steel truss frame.
  • His PhD thesis was on a steel truss arch design for the Henry Hudson Bridge.
  • The current steel truss bridge was completed in 1926 and opened to traffic in 1927.

steel hull

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The vessel employs a steel hull with aluminium superstructure.
  • Shortly afterward the steel hull was repainted bright red, to make it more noticeable from the street.
  • Her steel hull is almost broken in two aft of the cargo elevator, and her wooden deckhouses are missing.

tons of steel

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E.g.
  • In 1913 it produced 349,200 tons of cast-iron and 316,400 tons of steel.
  • It originally covered an area 160 hectares and produced 250 000 tons of steel in 1938.
  • He was not successful, though he did manage to purchase 50,000 tons of steel rails at a bargain price.

steel wire

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The ribs were made of spruce and birch with steel wire internal bracing.
  • The plies were turned up around the steel wire beads and the combined tread/sidewall applied.
  • The total length of galvanized steel wire used to fabricate both main cables is estimated to be .

large steel

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E.g.
  • By the finale of this segment, large steel frames rose from each float to form a tall structure.
  • In the final scheme, columns at centres and floor edge beams were used to replace the large steel corner columns.
  • The facility consists of two dry docks (only one is currently in use), two quays and a large steel fabrication shed.

corrugated steel

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E.g.
  • Since then, Colorbond® corrugated steel has dominated.
  • There are no extant chimneys and roofing is corrugated steel.
  • This is a gabled brick platform building with a corrugated steel roof.

steel frames

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The individual cars are built with steel frames.
  • Two torpedoes are loaded side by side, in two open steel frames.
  • In most lugged steel frames, the lugs have a simple pointed shape.

steel roller coaster

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • RC-48 RC-48 is a steel roller coaster built by Pinfari.
  • It was voted the 33rd-best steel roller coaster in 2013.
  • SkyLoop SkyLoop is a type of steel roller coaster manufactured by Maurer Söhne.

steel tubes

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E.g.
  • The sculpture consists of four steel tubes extending upwards.
  • The tram bridge design is a Warren truss design made of diameter steel tubes.
  • The North River Tunnels themselves would consist of between two and four steel tubes with the diameter of .

first steel

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E.g.
  • On July 16, 2006, the first steel supports were erected.
  • The first steel framework was installed on April 1, 1930.
  • When he built his first steel plant, he made a point of naming it after Thomson.

steel pipe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Vince McMahon interfered in the match, giving O'Haire a steel pipe.
  • Threaded steel pipe is heavy, and requires adequate attachment to support surfaces.
  • API 5L X70 and X65 grade steel pipe with a fusion-bonded epoxy (FBE) coating was used.

steel framed

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E.g.
  • Its fuselage was steel framed and aluminium covered.
  • The platforms and tracks are enclosed by a steel framed structure.
  • The available drawings indicate that the perimeter walls and courtyard walls are steel framed.

steel sculpture

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E.g.
  • The stainless steel sculpture is 12 metres high and 16 metres wide.
  • The abstract stainless steel sculpture was unveiled in November 2011.
  • Cubi XV Cubi XV is an abstract stainless steel sculpture by David Smith.

largest steel

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E.g.
  • It is the largest steel maker in Western China.
  • It is the largest steel tools maker in China.
  • Park also founded POSCO, the largest steel company in South Korea.

such as steel

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E.g.
  • This value is fairly close to the COTE of widely used materials such as steel, titanium and concrete.
  • For higher melting point metals such as steel, oxidized impurities melt and float making them easy to pour off.
  • This ultrahard material has a coefficient of thermal expansion comparable to that of other widely used materials such as steel and concrete.

glass and steel

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E.g.
  • This sleek designed glass and steel tower has a total height of .
  • One bomb caused serious damage to the Victorian glass and steel roof.
  • The building is made of glass and steel, qualifying it as Class A office space.

steel rails

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E.g.
  • The steel rails of the tracks act as the electrical return.
  • Ward created steel rails beginning in 1865 for his railroads using the Bessemer process.
  • From this steelmill in 1865 Ward made the first Bessemer steel rails produced in the United States.

steel cables

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is built of Douglas fir, braced with steel cables, and is triangular in plan.
  • The gash was treated with a herbal remedy, and the tree was stabilized with steel cables.
  • In the summer of 2013 the bridge was closed for five days as its steel cables were replaced.

steel and glass

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E.g.
  • It features a curved stainless steel and glass façade.
  • Two steel and glass vestibule connectors lead from the north side of this structure to the annex.
  • A large modern wing with a construction of steel and glass, also called 'The Van Klingeren wing'.

steel cable

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Originally configured with chain hoists, the advent of steel cable in the 1870s allowed for easier rigging to the winches.
  • He can operate, via a steel cable, a fixed 7.5 mm Reibel machine gun low in the nose, that is almost completely hidden behind the armour.
  • The "tension member" lies on the slider and consists of either steel cable or flat steel tape, providing the handrail with tensile strength and flexibility.

steel girders

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E.g.
  • Reinforced steel girders form its arches.
  • It was reconstructed in 1890 and 1906, latterly using steel girders.
  • It will feature steel girders from the historic Talbot Avenue bridge.
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