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    PRO1959-59

    ASTM Proceeding 1959 - Volume 59

    Published: 1959

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    Proceedings of ASTM International were published annually and included all committee reports and technical papers offered to the Society during the calendar year. Digital copies are available from approximately 1909 - 1965



    Technical Papers Included

    Tension, Compression, And Fatigue Properties of Several Steels for Aircraft Bearing Applications

    G. SachsR. SellW.F. Brown, Jr.

    Pages: 27 (635 - 661)

    The Effect of Stress Cycling on the Static Mechanical Properties of SAE 4340 Steel

    J. MarinP. BorachiaU.A. Rimrott

    Pages: 15 (662 - 676)

    Some Observations on the Plastic Work Required to Fracture Stainless Steel Under Cyclic Loading

    D.E. Martin J. Brinn

    Pages: 14 (677 - 690)

    Techniques and Equipment for Fatigue Testing At Very High Frequencies

    E.A. Neppiras

    Pages: 20 (691 - 710)

    A Method of Determining the Fatique Limit of Metals By Means of Stepwise Load Increase Test

    N. Enomoto

    Pages: 12 (711 - 722)

    Effect of Internal Heating on the Fatigue Life of Titanium

    J.P. Romualdi E. D'Appolonia

    Pages: 11 (723 - 733)

    Crack Propagation in Cold-Rolled Aluminum Sheet

    H.A. Lipsitt F.W. ForbesR.B. Baird

    Pages: 21 (734 - 754)

    Tensile and Fatigue Properties of Laminate Sheet Structures

    R.B. BairdF.W. ForbesH.A. Lipsitt

    Pages: 12 (755 - 766)

    Fatigue Tests on Three Cast Irons At Elevated Temperatures

    R.P. Felgar

    Pages: 7 (767 - 773)

    AISI Type 304L Stainless Steel with Improved Strength

    R.R. Brady

    Pages: 12 (774 - 785)

    Relationships Between Composition and Properties of Austenitic Chromium-Manganese-Carbon-Nitrogen Stainless Steels

    A. KasakC.M. HsiaoE.J. Dulis

    Pages: 16 (786 - 803)

    Property Relationships of Some Cast and Forged Chromium-Manganese-Nickel-Nitrogen Steels Containing 18 Per Cent Chromium

    K. HaefnerA.F. LahrW.L. MeinhartJ.J. kanter

    Pages: 12 (804 - 815)

    Effect of Cold Rolling and Stress Relief on the Sharp Edge Notch Tensile Characteristics of Austenitic Stainless Steel Sheet Alloys

    G.B. EspeyA.J. RepkoW.F. Brown, Jr.

    Pages: 21 (816 - 836)

    The Sharp Edge Notch Tensile Strength of Several High-Strength Steel Sheet Alloys

    G.B. Espey M.H. JonesW.F. Brown Jr.

    Pages: 48 (837 - 884)

    Experimental Determination of Energy Release Rate For Notch Bending and Notch Tension

    J.D. Lubahn

    Pages: 31 (885 - 915)

    Effect of Composition and Processing Variables on Some Mechanical Properties of Large Nickel-Molybdenum-Vanadium Rotor Forgings

    K.H. KramerJ.E. Steiner

    Pages: 6 (916 - 921)

    Behavior of Ductile Cast Iron Under Compressive Stress

    Paul K. TrojanR.A. FlinnD.J. Resse

    Pages: 8 (922 - 929)

    The Annealing Behavior of 70-30 Brass Strip (Cartridge Brass, 70 Per Cent)

    Verne Pulsifer

    Pages: 10 (930 - 939)

    The Creep and Rupture Properties of Three Cast Copper-Base alloys Between 550 And 650F (290 and 345C)

    H.V. Kinsey

    Pages: 12 (940 - 951)

    Density Measurement on Strain-Cycled 2S Aluminum

    J. F. TavernelliL.F. Coffin, Jr.

    Pages: 5 (952 - 956)

    Creep-Rupture Behavior of Notched and Unnotched Specimens of Types 304, 316, and 321 austenitic Stainless Steels

    F. Garofalo

    Pages: 16 (957 - 972)

    Effect of Environment on Creep and Creep-Rupture Behavior of Several Steels at Temperatures of 1000 to 1200 F

    F. Garofalo

    Pages: 12 (973 - 984)

    Effect of Notch Geometry on Tensile Properties of Annealed Titanium At 100,25, -78, and -196 C

    G.W. GeilN.L. Carwile

    Pages: 30 (985 - 1014)

    Stress-Strain Properties of Selected Titanium Metals

    E.P. KlierC.P. Gazzara

    Pages: 20 (1015 - 1034)

    Properties of 70-30 Copper-Nickel Alloy at Temperatures Ranging Up to 1050 F

    W.F. SimmonsB.J. Sirois D.N. WilliamsR.I. Jaffee

    Pages: 17 (1035 - 1051)

    Mechanical Properties of a High-Purity Lead and A 0.058 Per Cent Copper-Lead Alloy At Elevated Temperatures

    T.E. Tietz

    Pages: 20 (1052 - 1071)

    An Approach to the Problem of Evaluation of Plasticity and Workability of Pastes and Mortars

    A.D. Conrow

    Pages: 16 (1075 - 1090)

    Quantitative Determination of the Four Major Phases in Portland Cements by X-Rays Analysis

    Stephen BrunauerL.E. CopelandD.L. KantroC.H. WeiseEdith G. Schulz

    Pages: 10 (1091 - 1100)

    Control of Gypsum in Portland Cement

    Bailey Tremper

    Pages: 11 (1101 - 1110)

    Acetate Processed Portland Cement

    B.E. Kester

    Pages: 9 (1111 - 1119)

    Statistical Aspects of the Cement Testing Program

    W.J. Youden

    Pages: 9 (1120 - 1128)

    Statistical Evaluation of Interlaboratory Cement Tests

    J.R. Crandall R.L. Blaine

    Pages: 26 (1129 - 1154)

    Fundamental Characteristics of Pulverized Coal Fly Ashes

    L. John Minnick

    Pages: 23 (1155 - 1177)

    Effectiveness of Mineral Admixtures in Preventing Excessive Expansion of Concrete Due to Alkali-Aggregate Reaction

    Leonard PepperBryant Mathe

    Pages: 26 (1178 - 1203)

    Studies of Limestone Aggregates By Fluid-Flow Methods

    W.L. Dolch

    Pages: 12 (1204 - 1215)

    Effect of Length to Diameter Ratio on Compressive Strength-An ASTM Cooperative Investigation

    Clyde E. Kesler

    Pages: 14 (1216 - 1229)

    Stresses in Deep Beams Subjected to Central And Third-Point Loading

    M.E. Raville F.J. McCormick

    Pages: 7 (1230 - 1236)

    Development of ASTM Standard Reference Blocks For Ultrasonic Inspection

    F.C. Panian H.E. Van Valkenburg

    Pages: 24 (1237 - 1260)

    A Cooperative Study of the Hardness Testing of Cemented Carbides

    Betty M. CaughetyH.T. Oatman O.W. Reen

    Pages: 19 (1261 - 1279)

    Experimental Observations on the Relation Between Polarization Resistance And Corrosion Rate

    Milton Stern Edward D. Weisert

    Pages: 12 (1280 - 1291)

    The Tensile Properties of some Engineering Materials At High Rates of Strain

    Arthur L. AustinRobert F. Steidel, Jr.

    Pages: 17 (1292 - 1308)

    Compression Testi9ng At Constant True Strain Rates

    J.E. Hockett

    Pages: 11 (1309 - 1319)

    Compression Test of Wood At Elevated Temperatures

    S.H. Ingberg

    Pages: 10 (1320 - 1329)


    Paper ID: PRO1959-59

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