- balanced steel
- steels in which the deoxidisation is controlled to produce an intermediate structure between a rimmed and killed steel. Sometimes referred to as semi-killed steels, they possess uniform properties throughout the ingot and amongst their applications are boiler plate and structural sections.
Mechanics glossary. 2013.
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