Effect of depreciation of Rupee on Indian Economy.

Depreciating value of Rupee in India is bound to some real major impact on the Indian Industry. The damage would be big and scary as the production units and manufacturing organizations would be affected by large.

In case, the value of Rupee in India continues to deteriorate, the trade deficit that India will generate may not be containable even with a lot of effort. This will form a vicious circle of low flow of foreign investments and the overall growth revival of the nation will, once again take toil.

Since the fiscal deficit and current account has already touched alarming peaks, they are creating serious challenges in front of the policy makers for management of economy. Depreciation of rupee in such a scenario is further going to increase the government’s anxiety. It is a common observation that the rupee being weak is not powerful enough to buy trade and initiate growth in exports and thereby giving scope to improve trade balances. The global demand condition greatly affects the export Indian scenario.

High strength micro-alloyed steel sheets.

Compact strip production (CSP) technology is an important upcoming processing route to produce low cost microalloyed high strength pipeline steels that meet the API standards. Hot strips of CMn(VNbTi) and CMn(VNb) steel grades with fine-grained ferrite–pearlite microstructure and small volume fraction of lower transformation product (non-polygonal ferrite: acicular ferrite/bainite) were produced using CSP technology with high strength and excellent low-temperature toughness up to −60 °C. For strip thicknesses between 6 and 12.5 mm, yield strength levels of up to 590 MPa and tensile strength levels up to 680 MPa were achieved. The CMn(VNb) steel exhibited outstanding notch-toughness in the range of 200 and 400 J/cm2, in spite of its higher yield strength (∼100 MPa or greater) over the CMn(VNbTi) steel. The precipitates present in CMn(VNbTi) and CMn(VNb) steels were characterized in terms of morphology, size and chemistry, and crystallography. The microalloying elements, Ti, Nb, and V form M4C3 type of carbides in the ferrite matrix of both the steels. The multi-microalloying approaches of CMn(VNbTi) and CMn(VNb) results in the formation of duplex and triplex carbonitrides, respectively. The results of the development effort are described.

Medium Carbon Steel Strip

Meduim Carbon Steels are similar to low carbon steel except that the carbon ranges from 0.30 to 0.60% & the manganese from 0.50 to 1.65%. Increasing the carbon content is approximately 0.5% with an accompanying increase in manganese allows medium carbon steels to be used in the quenched & tempered conditions. This steels are of particular importance because of unique combination of strength & toughness after heat treat treatment.

The following are the specifications covered by us in this range of steel:
Grade C-40
Grade C-55
Grade C-65

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