According to Powder Metallurgy Review, “The price of nickel, a key alloying element in low alloy steels, stainless steels, high alloy steels and non-ferrous alloys, has risen 16% since the start of 2014.
What does LAS stand for?
LAS stands for Low Alloy Steel (material)
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- Logbook Automated System (US Army)
- Logos Astronomical Society (North Carolina)
- London Ambulance Service
- London and Associated Properties (London, England, UK)
- Longitudinal Axis of Symmetry
- Looked After System
- Los Alamos Science
- Los Angeles Shop
- Lost At Sea
- Louisiana Southern Railroad
- Low Altitude Satellite
- Low Amplitude Signal
- Lyn Aerospace, LLC (radar systems management; Melbourne, FL)
- Low Amplitude Signals < 40 MicroV
- Asociación de Mujeres para la Dignidad y la Vida (Spanish: Women’s Association for Life with Dignity)
- Large Area Synchronized Code-Division Multiple Access
- Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center
- Low Amplitude Signals Under 40 MicroVolts
- Large Aperture Seismic Array
- Large Aperture Solar Array
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With the shipping of six sets of Steam Accumulators (part of a major contract of 19 sets, 5000 MT ) each weighing 260 MT and 106 thick low alloy steel, Larsen & Toubro Heavy Engineering LLC (L&T HE) has reached yet another major milestone in the sphere of critical pressure vessel production in Oman.
Muscat: Larsen & Toubro Heavy Engineering (L&THE) completes yet another major landmark in the field of critical pressure vessel manufacturing in the Sultanate with the dispatch of six sets of steam accumulators (part of a larger order of 19 sets, 5000mt) each weighing 260mt and 106 thick low alloy steel.
Upper Control Arm--The upper control arm is a low alloy steel cast via green sand.
Niobium is used as an additive in the production of high strength, low alloy steel for products such as pipelines, car bodies, tool steels, steel hulls and rails.
In addition to cement, the versatile method has already been applied to zeolite compounds, low alloy steel, and aerospace alloys.
Base materials are categorized into two classes: carbon or low alloy steels and austenitic manganese steels.
Low alloy steel material was chosen to provide elevated design temperature strength.