As the rubber industry matured, higher speeds, shorter cycles, high torque requirements and the mixing of higher viscosity compounds forced a review of all mixer major components leading to the use of cast and wrought steel plate for many of the highly stressed mixer components.
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WS stands for Wrought Steel
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Charpy impact tests used to measure toughness have shown that transverse test results are less than half of that for longitudinal tests in wrought steels.
The brackets may be made from pressed, cast or wrought steel.
Weldments and assemblies of weldments often are fabricated from wrought steel shapes because carbon and low alloy steel is the most easily weldable of metals and provides high toughness, strength, ductility, yield stress and stiffness.
A fifth group, Cafe Gardens, offers wrought steel and wood casual dining items finished to complement the solid-wood collections.
Their parts suppliers such as crankshaft manufacturers looking to increase overall performance by using a wrought steel rather than cast iron may also find it an attractive alternative.
Strain-controlled fatigue properties are available to automotive design engineers for wrought steel and aluminum alloys in the Society of Automotive Engineers specification "Technical Report on Fatigue Properties" but not for casting alloys.