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Initial Investigation of the Mechanical Properties of Uranium at Elevated Temperatures

Description: Introduction: "Knowledge of the mechanical properties of uranium at elevated temperature is essential in order to understand and predict the fabrication characteristics and pile behavior of this metal. This report presents the experimental data obtained from beta heat-treated specimens which were originally machined from one production, alpha-rolled uranium rod."
Date: December 2, 1952
Creator: Hueschen, R. E. & Pitt, C. H.

Viscosity and Settling Rates of TBP Waste Metal Slurries as a Function of Shear

Description: This report follows work that is meant to determine the settling rate and viscosity of Hanford Waste metal slurry as a function of prolonged agitation and shear, and to repeat these determinations on a synthetic incubated material similar to that used in the acidification studies, HW-18367, and to make a direct comparison between the genuine and simulated wastes.
Date: January 2, 1951
Creator: Varga, L. P. & Harmon, M. K.