Steel (disambiguation)

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Steel is a metal alloy that is composed principally of iron and carbon.

Steel may also refer to:

Specific iron alloys[edit]

  • Low alloy steel, steel alloyed with other elements
  • Carbon steel, also called plain carbon steel, a combination of iron and carbon
  • Damascus steel, a variety of steel used between 900 and 1600 for making swords
  • Stainless steel, a variety of steel containing at least 10.5% chromium

Steel grades[edit]

  • Steel grades, to classify steels by their composition and physical properties
  • AISI steel grades, American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) standard steel grades

Other metal objects[edit]

  • Firesteel for generating of sparks by impacts with flints
  • Sharpening steel, a rod used for realigning the microscopic edge of blades
  • Steel guitar, a special type of guitar and a special way of playing it
  • Steel, a device held against the strings when playing a steel guitar
  • Sword, sometimes termed "steel" in certain cultures
  • Steel belt, used in many industries such as food, chemical, wood processing and transportation.

Steel related[edit]

  • Steel abrasive, loose particles used for blast cleaning or to improve the properties of metal surfaces

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Titled works[edit]

Other[edit]

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