Published: Jan 1932
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The ceramic industry embraces a wide field of various types of operation, most of which depend upon high temperatures and utilize metals. Each field is highly specialized and, although workers in the various fields have collected information on the requirements for and uses of metals at elevated temperatures, little has been published. The author has, of necessity, gone to the specialists in these fields for his information and this paper represents more a study of their contributions than results of his own experience.
Williams, Clyde E.
Assistant Director, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio.