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Suzdalskiy S

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  1. During this period, people could produce crimped iron, crucible steel, cast iron. Chosen for the production of weapons crucible technology - the production of higher quality steel. That's determined - the name (let it be common Pulad without a difference as it is treated, just like steel), crucible technology, region, time, direction for steel quality ...?
  2. Yes. But the total is at least the period of time and the use of crucible technology. Yes, I agree, but the idea of generalizing and specifying the region can also be India and Persia production zone. The period is also around 10-18 centuries ...?
  3. Yes - if you want to get any crucible steel. If you want to get what is called a bulat, pulad, it can more specifically say than "wootz Damascus steel - Verhoeven"? Or is it different steel for the period of time and the region? First we need to specify the terms .. to talk about one type of crucible steel
  4. Not only the pattern on the plane of the blade determines which "steel grade", not one crucible technology .... Everything should be considered in the complex. I think that the main core for determining the original ancient steel is its composition and internal structure.
  5. Yes, a great variety of patterns and regions, but we can (should) look for common features on the basis of scientific research. We look at the compositions of the ancient metal and structure, as published by JD Verhoeven.
  6. Scientific studies show the composition and structure of steel - as it was made by ancient masters. I know for sure that making a pattern similar to the ancient steel is very difficult, but getting an analogue has become even more of a problem ...
  7. Sorry, don't know English. My blade of wootz. In the context of visible layers. There are spherical carbides of iron. Carbon - 0.9% want more. A bit like historical?
  8. Hello! The patterns are great! Liked it. A lot of information but cannot find.
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