Alloying Elements Usage

Metalisha Grade Chemical Composition

No.  Metalisha
Grade
JIS
Japan
Chemical
Composition
1.MSP-705SKH 55C.0.92%, Si.0.40%, Mn.0.40%,
Cr.4.10%, Mo.5.00%, V.1.90%,
W.6.4%, Co.4.80%
2.MSP-652SKH 51C.0.85%, Si.0.39%, Mn.0.38%,
Cr.4.10%, Mo.5.00%, V.1.90%,
W.5.00%
3.MK-110SKD 11C.1.55%, Si.0.20%, Mn.0.35%,
Cr.11.80%, Mo.0.80%, V.0.95%,
W.0.55%
4.MK-100SKD 2C.1.60%, Si.0.35%, Mn.0.30%,
Cr.11.50%, Mo.0.60%, V.0.30%,
W.0.30%
5.MK-460SKS 3C.0.95%, Si.0.25%, Mn.1.10%,
Cr.0.55%, V.0.10%, W.0.55%
6.MW-302SKD 61C.0.39%, Si.1.10%, Mn.0.40%,
Cr.5.20%, Mo.1.40%, V.0.95%
7.MV-155SNCM 447C.0.34%, Si.0.30%, Mn.0.60%,
Cr.1.50%, Mo.0.20%, Ni.1.50%
8.MV-320SCM 440 HC.0.41%, Si.030%, Mn.0.70%,
Cr.1.10%, Mo.0.20%
9.MS-50S 50 CC.0.50%, Si.0.30%, Mn.0.70%

Alloying Element Effect on The Steel Properties

(>)Increase
(<)Decrease
(~)Constant
(-)Not Characteristic/Unknown
Several Symbol = More Intensive Effect

Alloying
Elements
Mechanical Properties
Hardnes Strength Yield Point Elongation
Silicon > > >> <
Manganese at
Perlitic Steels
> > > ~
Manganese at
Austenitic Steels
<<< > < >>>
Chromium >> >> >> <
Nickel at
Perlitic Steels
> > > ~
Nickel at
Austenitic
Cr-Ni Steels
<< > < >>>
Aluminum
Tungsten > > > <
Vanadium > > > ~
Cobalt > > > <
Molybdenum > > > <
Copper > > >> ~
Sulphur <
Phosphorus > > > <
Carbon >>> >>> >>> <

Alloying
Elements
Mechanical Properties
Reduction of area Impact Value Elasticity High Temp Stability
Silicon ~ < >>> >
Manganese at
Perlitic Steels
~ ~ > ~
Manganese at
Austenitic Steels
~
Chromium < < > >
Nickel at
Perlitic Steels
~ ~ >
Nickel at
Austenitic
Cr-Ni Steels
>> >>> >>>
Aluminum < <
Tungsten > ~ >>>
Vanadium ~ > > >>
Cobalt < < >>
Molybdenum < > >>
Copper ~ ~ >
Sulphur < <
Phosphorus < <<<
Carbon ~ < < <

Alloying
Elements
Mechanical Properties Carbide Formation Resistance to Wear Forgeability
Cooling Rate
Silicon < < <<< <
Manganese at
Perlitic Steels
< ~ << >
Manganese at
Austenitic Steels
<< <<<
Chromium <<< >> > <
Nickel at
Perlitic Steels
<< << <
Nickel at
Austenitic
Cr-Ni Steels
<< <<<
Aluminum <<
Tungsten << >> >>> <<
Vanadium << >>>> >> >
Cobalt >> >>> <
Molybdenum << >>> >> <
Copper <<<
Sulphur <<<
Phosphorus <
Carbon

Alloying
Elements
MachinabilityScalingNitrabilityResistance to Corrosion
Silicon<<<
Manganese at
Perlitic Steels
<~~
Manganese at
Austenitic Steels
<<<<<
Chromium<<<>>>>>
Nickel at
Perlitic Steels
<<
Nickel at
Austenitic
Cr-Ni Steels
<<<<<>>
Aluminum<<>>>
Tungsten<<<<>
Vanadium<>>
Cobalt~<
Molybdenum<>>>>
Copper~~>
Sulphur>>><
Phosphorus>>
Carbon<<~

Alloying
Elements
Soft Magnetic Steels
Hysterese Loop Max. Permeability Coercive Force Loss of Watt
Silicon < >> < <<<
Manganese at
Perlitic Steels
Manganese at
Austenitic Steels
< > >
Chromium < > < <
Nickel at
Perlitic Steels
Nickel at
Austenitic
Cr-Ni Steels
Aluminum << >> << <<<
Tungsten
Vanadium ~ ~ ~ ~-
Cobalt
Molybdenum ~ ~ ~ <
Copper > < > >
Sulphur >> << >>> >>
Phosphorus
Carbon >> << >>> >>

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