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Chris   June 16, 2011   0   0  
Think scientists have all the answers? Think again. Self-taught metallurgist Gary Cola from Detroit has amazed scientists with his new heat-treating process that makes ordinary steel stronger and more shock absorbent then the most common titanium alloys used in the industry. Cola claimed his new Flash Bainite steel was 7 percent stronger then martensitic advanced high-strength steel, and at the same time could be thinned and lengthened 30 percent more. Cola's claims were then verified by Suresh Babu of Ohio State University. The process to make Flash Bainite is as simple as quickly sending sheets of steel...
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