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Discussion The Application and Economics of Weathering Steels

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 Discussion The Application and Economics of Weathering Steels
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As the term ‘Weathering Steel’ is apt to arouse strong feelings, varying from rapture to disdain, some effort has been made in these notes to present a factual picture the properties, evolution and possible future exploitation of this material.

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