Published: Jan 1932
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Up to the present time, the greater portion of published data on the properties of metals and alloys at elevated temperatures have had to do with the behavior of ferrous alloys and the non-ferrous alloys of the nickel-chromium series. Most of the short-time tests recorded on copper and non-ferrous alloys such as the copper-zinc-tin and copper-zinc-lead alloys have been conducted at temperatures not exceeding 1000° F.
Price, W. B.
Chief Chemist and Metallurgist, Scovill Manufacturing Co., Waterbury, Conn.