Discussion :: Building Materials - Section 7 (Q.No.37)
The steel used for the manufacture of rails, is
Answer: Option A
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|Kuldeep Adiwal said: (Jul 27, 2017)|
|I think it is Manganese steel.|
|Rajesh said: (Nov 17, 2017)|
|Manganese steel used in under curved places of rails.|
|Sachin Chauhan said: (Dec 13, 2017)|
|I also agree with Manganese steel.|
|Minesh Rathore said: (Dec 31, 2017)|
|Yes, in Bessemer steel manganese content is high.|
|Manish Thakur said: (Aug 1, 2018)|
|Manganese Steel should be the correct answer.|
|Azeem Khan said: (Jun 27, 2019)|
|Right Answer is A: Bessemer Steel.
A) Bessemer steel.
B) Mild steel (Carbon 0.05-0.25%),
C) Cast steel (Carbon 0.1-0.5%).
D) Stainless steel (chromium 18 & Nickel 8%).
Mild steel = low carbon steel, Medium carbon steel (0.29-0.54%).,
High Carbon steel (0.55-0.95%) , Very High carbon steel (0.96-2%).
So rail steel High carbon steel used along with manganese.
Composition of rail steel: Carbon (0.82%,) and manganese( 1.7%) that it contains.
|Opsc Aee said: (Oct 28, 2019)|
|Thanks @Azeem Khan bhaijaan.
But in Gupta and Gupta , Q.No 233.
Both Manganese and Bessemer steel options are given, but it say Manganese steel.
|Kvk said: (Jan 7, 2020)|
Manganese steel is used at locations of the curve and, points and crossings.
But the whole rail is made of Bessemer steel. Hope you know the meaning of rail.
|Vikash Chandel said: (Jun 3, 2021)|
|Manganese steel used for metro and mono rails.|
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