Factory directly supply 316L/316 SS Bar Products Adelaide
316L/316 Stainless Steel Physical Properties Material Type Condition Ultimate Tensile Strength (PSI) 0.2% Yield Strength (PSI) Elongation (% in 2in.) Reduction Of Area (%) Hardness Rockwell 316 Annealed 75,000 30,000 30 40 * 316L Annealed 75,000 25,000 30 40 C35 316 & 316L Stainless Steel Applications Pump Shafts Mechanical Seals Heat Exchangers Ball Valves 316 & 316L Composition Carbon 0.030 – 0.080 Chromium 16.0-18.0 Manganese 2.0 Molybdenum 2.0-3.0 Nickel 10.0-1...
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316L/316 Stainless Steel Physical Properties
|Material Type||Condition||Ultimate Tensile
(% in 2in.)
316 & 316L Stainless Steel Applications
- Pump Shafts
- Mechanical Seals
- Heat Exchangers
- Ball Valves
316 & 316L Composition
- Carbon 0.030 – 0.080
- Chromium 16.0-18.0
- Manganese 2.0
- Molybdenum 2.0-3.0
- Nickel 10.0-14.0
- Silicon 1.00
- Sulfur 0.030
Backed by Industry Standards
- UNS S31600/03
- ASTM A182
- ASTM A276
- ASTM A479
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Every other Monday, our team of blacksmiths and craftsman build some of your favorite weapons, and some weapons that you’ve never seen before. You guys know how much we love League of Legends builds here on Man At Arms, and this week, we’re taking on another epic build from the classic video game: Master Yi’s Ring Sword!
Kerry Stagmer – Swordsmith and Machinist
Matt Stagmer – Swordsmith
Ilya Alekseyev – Master Armourer and Engraver
Sam Salvati – Blacksmith
Lauren Schott – Goldsmith and Casting
John Mitchell – Fabricator
Filmed on Location at Baltimore Knife and Sword
Series Created & Directed by Andy Signore
Series Produced by Brent Lydic
Episode Build Directed by CJ Schmidt
Line Producer – Phil Rogers
Production Manager – Benjamin Montague
Office Production Coordinator – Brendan Kennedy
Post Production Coordinator – Amanda Arellano
Director of Photography – John Hale
Story Producer — Dave Cross
1st AC/Red Cam Op – Jason Remeikis
Gaffer – Steve Scott
Grip – Danny Balsamo
Swing (Demo) – Joey Bruce
Production Coordinator – Katelynn Zimmerman
Runner/PA – Hugh Taylor
1st AC (Red Cam) – Jeremy Hall
DIT – Nate Spivey
Set Medic – Celeste Bowe
Edited by Chris Otwell
Lead Assistant Editor – Matt Zimmel
Stunt Coordinator / Stunts – Casey Kaleba
Head of Post Production – Michael Gallagher
Special Thanks to our CosPlayer Stella Chuu
Special thanks to Alien Go Boom
In the summer of 2011, just weeks after civil war broke out in Syria, the Tehran Times released a report entitled, Iran, Iraq, Syria Sign Major Gas Pipeline Deal. The report provided details on how Iran planned to export its vast natural gas reserves to Europe through a pipeline that traversed both Iraq and Syria. This Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline would be the largest gas pipeline in the Middle East and would span from Iran’s gas-rich South Pars field to the Mediterranean coastline in Lebanon, via Iraq and Syria. But the pipeline won’t stop there..
The agreement calls for the construction of an underwater pipeline under the Mediterranean Sea stretching from Lebanon to Greece to deliver Iranian gas to energy-hungry European nations..
The 6,000 kilometer pipeline, which has a massive price tag of $10 billion, will have an estimated capacity of 100-120 million cubic feet of gas per day, with a projected completion date sometime near 2018. The construction of this proposed pipeline has not begun and the question of who will finance the project has not been addressed. However, in July 2013, leaders from Syria, Iran, and Iraq met to sign a preliminary agreement on the pipeline with the hopes of finalizing the deal by the end of the year..
Like its Turkish neighbor, Syria’s geographic location on the Mediterranean Sea makes it an obvious export center for landlocked oil producers within the greater Middle East seeking to export their oil and gas reserves to European markets. For this reason, Syria’s strategic location, and its warm water port on the Mediterranean, have placed it near the center of a major effort by Western nations to pump cheap Middle East gas supplies to Europe and beyond..
Syria is already part of a Western-ordained gas pipeline that spans from Egypt to Homs. This pipeline, known as the ‘Arab Gas Pipeline’, was originally planned to continue traveling north of Homs up into Turkey. From there, it can be piped into Europe. The major players of this Western approved pipeline include Saudi Arabia and Qatar, among other Gulf nations..
Syrian President Assad has since rejected the Arab Gas Pipeline and has instead begun working closely with Iran on Iran’s proposed gas pipeline, dubbed the Islamic Pipeline. This proposed pipeline would obviously compete directly with the Arab Gas Pipeline and its goal of delivering Mideast natural gas to Europe..
Most Arabs view the Islamic Pipeline as a Shi’ite pipeline serving Shi’ite interests. After all, it originates in Shi’ite Iran, passes through Shi’ite Iraq, and flows into Shi’ite controlled Syria. Therefore, the Sunni-dominated Gulf nations have both an economic and to a lesser extent, a religious reason, for stopping the Islamic Pipeline from becoming a reality. So far, the Gulf nations have violently opposed Syria’s adoption of the Islamic Pipeline by arming opposition fighters within Syria in order to destabilize the nation. While the ultimate goal is to topple the Assad regime, these hopes appear to be diminishing as Assad remains strong and defiant in the face of recent opposition..
Despite his firm grip on power, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad is opposed by many powerful actors within the Middle East, including Israel, Jordan, Turkey, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia. Al Qaeda also strongly opposes the Assad government and has joined other rebel factions in an effort to overthrow Assad and to install a more Sunni-friendly – and perhaps more importantly, a Western-friendly – government…