Definition of Alloy cast iron
1. Noun. Cast iron containing alloying elements (usually nickel or chromium or copper or molybdenum) to increase the strength or facilitate heat treatment.
Generic synonyms: Cast Iron
Specialized synonyms: Ni-hard, Ni-hard Iron, Ni-resist, Ni-resist Iron
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Literary usage of Alloy cast iron
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1. Iron and Steel: A Treatise on the Smelting, Refining, and Mechanical by Franklin Day Jones, Erik Oberg (1918)
"... for Testing Materials, held in September, 1906, the following definitions of the most important forms of iron and steel were adopted: alloy cast iron. ..."
2. The Open Hearth: Its Relation to the Steel Industry : Its Design and Operation by Victor Windett, Samuel Thomas Wellman (1920)
"Alloy Metals—(a) alloy cast iron. A cast iron having special and useful qualities due to the presence of another element than carbon. (b) Alloy Steel. ..."
3. The Mining Magazine (1857)
"... in the same metal varies.with the degree and character of the alloy. Cast iron, though usually considered a brittle substance, possesses extensibility, ..."
4. Principles of Locomotive Operation and Train Control by Arthur Julius Wood (1915)
"Steel Wrought iron f Carbon I Alloy Compression Cast steel Cast iron Brass Bronze Wear Alloy Cast iron Bronze Brass „ , (Carbon Steel . ..."