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Manganese-Copper Damping Alloys

Description: From Introduction: "The primary purpose of this bulletin is to describe the metallurgical treatment and properties of the alloys as developed in research at the laboratories of the Bureau of Mines at Rolla, Mo., and to present a substantial amount of unpublished data."
Date: unknown
Creator: Jensen, J. W. & Walsh, D. F.
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Manufacture of Paraffin Wax from Petroleum

Description: From Introduction: "The primary purpose of this bulletin is to describe the metallurgical treatment and properties of the alloys as developed in research at the laboratories of the Bureau of Mines at Rolla, Mo., and to present a substantial amount of unpublished data."
Date: 1935
Creator: Espach, Ralph H.
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The 1350 F stress-rupture properties of two wrought alloys and three cast alloys

Description: From Summary: "These properties compare favorably with those of the strongest similar alloys previously investigated. However, compared with a 60Cr-25Fe-15Mo alloy, the three cobalt-chronium-nickel cast alloys are inferior. A correlation of NACA and OSRD (Project NRC-8) data is presented, showing the variation of rupture strengths with temperature in the range of 1350^o to 2000^o for alloys."
Date: November 1947
Creator: Reynolds, E E; Freeman, J W & White, A E
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Abnormal grain growth in M-252 and S-816 alloys

Description: Report discussing an experimental investigation was carried out on air- and vacuum-melted M-252 and S-816 alloys to find conditions of heating and hot-working which resulted in abnormal grain growth. The experiments were mainly limited to normal conditions of heating for hot-working and heat treatment and normal temperatures of solution treatment were used to allow grain growth after susceptibility to abnormal grain growth was developed by various experimental conditions. Results indicated that small reductions of essentially strain-free metal were the basic cause of such grain growth.
Date: November 1957
Creator: Decker, R F; Rush, A I; Dano, A G & Freeman, J W
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Abnormal grain growth in nickel-base heat-resistant alloys

Description: From Introduction: "The data included in this report for Nimonic 80A alloy, for instance, represent experiments carried out to help clarify a production problem of grain-size control in an alloy which has been extensively used. The general procedure of the investigation was to carry out controlled laboratory experiments on samples of bar stock to find conditions of heating and hot-working which resulted in abnormal grain growth."
Date: December 1957
Creator: Decker, R F; Rush, A I; Dano, A G & Freeman, A G
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Columbia River Magnetite Sands, Clatsop County, Oregon, and Pacific County, Washington, Hammond and McGowan Deposits

Description: Report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Mines on investigations of the magnetite-bearing sands near the Columbia River between Oregon and Washington. Properties of the sands and magnetite deposits are listed. This report includes tables, maps, and illustrations.
Date: February 1947
Creator: Kelly, James V.
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Thermocouple Reference Tables Based on the IPTS-68

Description: From Abstract: "Revised reference data for thermocouples have been generated in a cooperative program between groups of the National Bureau of Standards in Boulder and Gaithersburg.This Monograph contains tables, analytic expressions, various approximations, and explanatory text.
Date: March 1974
Creator: Powell, Robert L.; Hall, William J.; Hyink, Clyde H., Jr.; Sparks, Larry L.; Burns, George W.; Scroger, Margaret G. et al.
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Stress Corrosion Cracking Control Measures

Description: From Abstract: "This publication attempts to diminish the incidence of stress corrosion failures by assembling the available practical measures to avoid or minimize the problem and present these measures in a form comprehensible to those persons responsible for the design, fabrication, and maintenance of new structures."
Date: June 1977
Creator: Brown, B. F.
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Low Temperature Mechanical Properties Of Copper and Selected Copper Alloys: A Compilation From the Literature

Description: From Abstract: "In the past 60 years considerable data have been accumulated concerning the mechanical properties of copper and its alloys.It was felt that there was great need to adequately document these results in one publication. Therefore a unique type of compilation is presented. The compilation is divided into four parts. The first section is intended for quick reference use for those who are interested in average values. The second section includes data from most of the investigators who have published results on the mechanical properties of copper and its alloys. The third section is composed of tables classifying the investigations which were not in section two. The fourth section section lists, in alphabetical order, all references used."
Date: December 1, 1967
Creator: Reed, Richard P. & Mikesell, Ritchie P.
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Nickel and Its Alloys

Description: From Abstract: "This monograph reviews available information on the production, properties, and uses of high-purity and commercial forms of nickel, and on the properties and applications of its important alloys, both ferrous and non ferrous."
Date: May 1968
Creator: Rosenberg, Samuel J.
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The Nicrosil versus Nisil Thermocouple: Properties and Thermoelectric Reference Data

Description: From Abstract: "This monograph deals with the formulation and development of the new highly stable nickel-base thermocouple alloys Nicrosil (Ni-14.2Cr-1.4Si) and Nisil (Ni-4.4Si-0.1Mg) under the leadership of the Materials Research Laboratories (MRL) of the Australian Government of Defence, and their standardization by the National Bureau of Standards (NBS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce."
Date: April 1978
Creator: Burley, Noel A.; Powell, Robert L.; Burns, George W.; Scroger, Margaret G.; Burns, George W. & Scroger, Margaret G.
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Aluminum and its light alloys

Description: Report is a summary of research work which has been done here and abroad on the constitution and mechanical properties of the various alloy systems with aluminum.
Date: 1920?~
Creator: Merica, Paul D
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SCALING OF ZIRCONIUM AND ZIRCONIUM ALLOYS. Technical Progress Report No. 1

Description: Zirconium-base binary alloys were prepared using the elements Mo, Fe, Co, Cr, Ni. Cu, Ag, Ta, Nb, Bt. Pa, Os, Ir, Rh, Ru, V, Si, Mn, Sn, Pb, W, Sb, Ge, Al, Ti, Mg, Zn, La, and Ba. Also, Zr-base ternary alloys were prepared using the elements Cu, Ni, Nb, Ta, V, Sn, Sb, and W. The maximum total alloy content of the alloys was five per cent. The Zr used was low-Hf sponge,and the alloys were prepared-by arc melting in an Ar atmosphere. The alloys were tested for scaling resistance at the temperatures 1200, 1500, and 1800 deg F in a multi-specimen furnace for periods up to about 300 hours. Scaling Propensity of the alloys was evaluated on the basis of the weight increase per unit area as compared to that of unalloyed Zr. The binary alloys containing Ni and Cu showed the greatest scaling resistance of all the binary alloys at all temperatures. Ternary alloys showed little or no improvement over the most scaling resistant binary alloys. The number of alloys more resistant than unalloyed Zr was about the same at 1200 and 1500 deg F, but was considerably more at 1800 deg F. In general, there was some change in the order of relative scaling propensity based on the average weight increase per average. unit area per hour at the three temperatures. A logarithmic plot of weight increase versus time for most of the alloys showed a sharp increase in the scaling rate after various periods of time, whereas very few showed a decrease. (auth)
Date: August 1, 1957
Creator: Burka, J.A.; Crouse, C.S. & Swift, R.E.
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New metallographic preparation techniques for tantalum and tantalum alloys

Description: Two new metallographic techniques have been developed for tantalum and its alloys. The first is a chemical polishing method that can even be used on specimens immediately after grinding on silicon carbide papers. The second is an etching technique that even delineates low-angle grain boundaries, making it particularly suitable for quantitative grain size measurements. It has also been determined that these are suitable for the preparation of a surprisingly large variety of other metals and alloys, including, titanium, tungsten, Ti-6Al-4V, molybdenum, a Zr-Ti-Cu-Ni alloy, a Ti-Ta-Sc alloy, Fansteel 85, and a Hf-Zr alloy to name a few.
Date: September 1, 1995
Creator: Kelly, A.M.; Bingert, S.R. & Reiswig, R.D.
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High-field magnetization studies of U{sub 2}T{sub 2}Sn (T=Co, Ir, Pt) compounds

Description: High-field magnetization measurements at 4.2 K on U{sub 2}T{sub 2}Sn (T = Co, Ir and Pt) compounds have been performed on free and fixed powders up to 57 T. An antiferromagnetic ground state of U{sub 2}Pt{sub 2}Sn is corroborated by a metamagnetic transition at 22 T with very small hysteresis going up and down with field. U{sub 2}Co{sub 2}Sn and U{sub 2}Ir{sub 2}Sn show no metamagnetic transition up to 57 T which is in agreement with the non-magnetic ground state of these compounds. In all cases, the maximum applied field is not sufficient to achieve saturation. The short-pulse measurements presented here are compared with previous results obtained in quasi-static fields up to 35 T.
Date: July 1, 1995
Creator: Prokes, K.; Nakotte, H. & de Boer, F.R.
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Electronic effects at interfaces in Cu-Cr, Mo, W, Ta, Re multilayers

Description: Interfacial electronic effects between Cu and the transition metals Cr, Mo, W, Ta, Re, are investigated by determining the strength of the white line absorption resonances on the L,,, edges of Cu in Cu{sub 5}/TM{sub 5} multilayers. X-ray absorption (XAS) was performed to study the white lines, which are directly related to the unoccupied states of Cu in the multilayers. The metallic multilayers are 2 mn in period and 200 mn in total thickness. Each period contains 5 monolayers of Cu and 5 monolayers of the transition metal: 40% of the atoms are at interfaces. These material pairs form ideal structures for the investigation of interfacial electronic effects as they form no compounds and exhibit terminal solid solubility. Only weak white lines are observed on the L3,2 edges of Cu since all the d-orbitals are filled. In the Cu/TM multilayers, however, we observed enhancement of the Cu white lines. We attribute this to the charge transfer from the `interfacial Cu atoms` d-orbital to the transition metal layers. Analysis of the white line enhancement enables calculation of the charge transfer from the Cu to the transition metal. Cu shows a charge transfer of about 0.03 electrons/interfacial Cu atom in Cu/Cr, 0.064 in Cu/Mo, 2048 0.35 in Cu/Ta, 0.17 in Cu/W , and 0.23 in Cu/Re. This charge transfer is consistent with the enhanced absorption energy of Cu on these materials as observed in thermal desorption experiments.
Date: April 1, 1998
Creator: Bello, A.F.; Van Buuren, T.; Kepesis, J.E. & Barbee, T.W., Jr.
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