Can steel melt?
There is no inherent property of steel that causes it to melt ice. Ice will melt if it comes in contact with something that is warm enough to melt it, regardless of what it is made of. One possible advantage that steel has is that, like any metal, it is a good conductor of heat. This would allow it to transfer heat more quickly than a nonmetallic substance.
You don't. The temperature to cast any steels would melt any fiber glass fiber. Straight Carbon wouldn't melt but a steel with extra carbon in it may be stronger but it would be be more brittle. You could get the same effect from heat treating. Steel doesn't have extra carbon in it for a reason. Especially stainless steels
the main component of steel is iron. atoms of iron have a strong metallic bond among themselves forming a hard solid lattice. To break down the metallic bond, a large amount of heat is required, which is why steel (or iron) takes a lot of time to melt when heated. Additionally, carbon in steel increases its brittleness, and makes it hard, which may also be a factor in increasing its lattice strength and hence its…