Published: Jan 1953
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When considering the significance of several types of elevated temperature rupture test results, the theory of such rupture should be considered. This serves as a rationale for the interpretation of the test results and can lead to certain more general conclusions.
Frey, D. N.
Manager of Metallurgy, Scientific Laboratory, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.