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  • How does an Automated Rating Solution for Steel Inclusions Work?

    The rating of non-metallic inclusions (NMIs) to determine steel quality is critical for many industrial applications. For an efficient and cost-effective steel quality evaluation, an automated NMI…
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  • How to Conduct Standard-Compliant Analysis of Non-Metallic Inclusions in Steel

    This webinar will provide an overview of the significance of non-metallic inclusions in steel and outline the important global standards for rating the quality of steel and difficulties that arise in…
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  • Challenges Faced When Manually Rating Non-Metallic Inclusions (NMIs) to Determine Steel Quality

    Rapid, accurate, and reliable rating of non-metallic inclusions (NMIs) is instrumental for the determination of steel quality. This article describes the challenges that arise from manual NMI rating,…
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  • Criteria to Consider When Choosing a Digital Solution for Steel Quality Rating

    For the efficient and fast rating of non-metallic inclusions to determine steel quality, deciding which digital rating solution to use can be a challenge. This article discusses the important criteria…
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  • Reasons Why There is Growing Need for Fast and Reliable Steel Quality Rating Solutions

    Steel quality is critical for the manufacturing of high-quality components and products. Fast, reliable, and accurate detection and classification of inclusions has become essential for both component…
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  • Top Issues Related to Standards for Rating Non-Metallic Inclusions in Steel

    Supplying components and products made of steel to users worldwide can require that a single batch be compliant with multiple steel quality standards. This user demand creates significant challenges…
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    Analyzing non-metallic inclusions in steel

    Oftentimes we find ourselves caught up in tedious analyses by reticle and comparison chart, time-consuming double-evaluation according to several standards or subjective inspection results with a bias…
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  • Rate the Quality of Your Steel: Free Webinar and Report

    This webinar and report describe optimal microscopy solutions for rating steel quality in terms of non-metallic inclusions and reviews the various international and regional standards concerning…
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  • Metallography – an Introduction

    This article gives an overview of metallography and metallic alloy characterization. Different microscopy techniques are used to study the alloy microstructure, i.e., microscale structure of grains,…
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  • How to Adapt Grain Size Analysis of Metallic Alloys to Your Needs

    Metallic alloys, such as steel and aluminum, have an important role in a variety of industries, including automotive and transportation. In this report, the importance of grain size analysis for alloy…
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  • Steel – the All-Rounder That Has to Pass Many Tests

    Steel is a real all-rounder. However, each application requires a specifi c sort of steel grade. Without steel there would be no Olympic stadiums, wind energy plants, bridges, skyscrapers, trains,…
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  • Steel – It All Depends on What's Really Inside

    Steel, an alloy of iron and carbon, is both stable and elastic, extremely resistant, and a permanent item in our everyday life. Today there are over 2,500 standard steel types, with new grades and…
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  • Steel Quality Rating

    An improved efficiency for non-metallic inclusion rating enables steel suppliers and industry manufacturers to verify the steel quality in less time in order to ensure reliable performance and long…
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  • Metallography

    You can find out more about Leica microscopy solutions for metallography and metallurgy and how they can empower you to examine precisely microstructure.
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