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The Nd used here is an element of the lanthanoid series, and further strengthening can be expected to be obtained by utilising the effects of new alloying elements such as a refractory metals. The findings of studies of 9-12Cr steels have been applied to develop a new high strength low alloy steel. 6W steel with V and Nb, is a cost effective steel developed on the basis of the modern alloy design concept. The creep strength of this steel at approximately 600°C is roughly twice as great as conventional low alloy steel or T 22, and it requires 42 ADVANCED HEAT RESISTANT STEELS FOR POWER GENERATION 300 200 Ci Q.
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Advanced heat resistant steels for power generation by R. Viswanathan