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LONDON, August 12, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Vanadium: Global Industry Markets & Outlook (12th Edition, 2010) - Prices for Ferrovanadium Likely to Exceed US$50 Before 2015, But Will not Return to Highs Experienced in 2005 Vanadium prices have shown a high degree of volatility over the last 20 years.
LONDON, May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Since January 2010, both demand and prices on the global Vanadium market started to improve. Nevertheless, Vanadium is under increasing pressure from Niobium, particularly in HSLA steels.
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LONDON, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- - New Report From Roskill Analyses Worldwide Niobium Supply and Demand The Economics of Niobium (11th Edition) 2009 Demand for niobium has seen enormous growth in recent years.
- HSLA-V.org promotes high-strength low-alloy steel microalloyed with vanadium for military and industrial uses - PITTSBURGH, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- High-strength, low-alloy steel microalloyed with vanadium (HSLA-V steel) is a proven alternative to traditional low-carbon manganese steel.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The global demand for lighter vehicles with better fuel economy has continuously increased in recent years.
By Mintz, B Gunawardana, W D; Su, H Aluminium in solution in the ferrite in ferrite/pearlite steels has been found to have little influence on strength of the ferrite probably because up-till recently it has been added in very small amounts (0.02-0.08 wt-%Al) as a grain refining addition.
By Mintz, B Gunawardana, W D; Su, H The influence of Al on the strength and impact properties of hot rolled plain C-Mn low S steels has been examined at two C levels, 0.02 and 0.1% and two N levels, 0.001 and 0.004-0.005% (where percentage is to be taken as wt-%).
By Winkler, S Thompson, A; Salisbury, C; Worswick, M; Van Riemsdijk, I; Mayer, R In order to understand the crashworthiness and formability of advance high-strength steels, the effects of strain rate and temperature on the constitutive response of DP 600 and DP 780 steel tubes were investigated and compared with commercial drawing quality (DQ) and high strength low alloy (HSLA) 350 steel tubes.