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AUEOUS CORROSION OF ALUMINUM AT 260 C

Description: Ten experimental alloys of aluminum containing up to 4% nickel corroded uniformly, without intergranular attack, when exposed for 3 months to flowing deionized water at 260 deg C. The average penetration rates were between 1.4 and 1.9 mils per month. (auth)
Date: October 1, 1960
Creator: Whatley, V.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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BOTTOM-POUR RE-USABLE MELTING CRUCIBLES FOR PLUTONIUM CASTING

Description: 24p. Bottom-pour Ta and CaF/sub 2/-coated steel melt crucibles for Pu and Pu-rich alloys were developed. The controlled pour is effected by melting a Pu plug in the bottom spout of the crucible after the desired temperature and vacuum conditions are obtained. A description is given of the development of the crucibles which have replaced ceramic crucibles for casting work on the kilogram scale. (auth)
Date: October 1, 1960
Creator: Miley, F. & Anderson, J.W.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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The Calculation of Transient Temperature Distributions in a Solid Cylindrical Pin, Cooled on the Surface

Description: The IBM-704 program RE-147 is used to calculate the time and space- dependent temperature distribution in a solid cylindrical fuel pin, cooled on the surface, with internal heat generation. The fuel pin may be bare or clad, and its boundary may be cooled by either flowing or staagnat coolant. The heat generatlon source may also be time and space dependent. Specifically, the program considers the fuel pin to be composed of two regions and then solves, by the usual finite difference methods, the heat conduction partial differential equation in the two regions. Simultaneously, the axial and time variation of the coolant temperature is calculated by a finite difference approximate solution of the energy equation for the coolant. An approximate method is included to allow for the effects of solid-state phase changes. In conjunction with the phase- changing procedure, the material properties are permitted to vary from one phase to the next. (auth)
Date: October 1, 1960
Creator: Heestand, J.; Schoeberle, D. F. & Miller, L. B.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Construction sign for Crumley Hall]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction. The majority of the construction for Crumley Hall is completed and can be seen in this photo. Along with this, one can see a construction worker working in front of the building. He is wearing a hat and fully clothed in clothes to work in. To the left of the photo, there is a sign that includes information on what construction is taking place. In front of the sign, there is a stack of metal pipes. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction. As of October 1960, the foundation setting and framing are done for Crumley Hall and can be seen in this photo. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: October 1960
Location: None
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction, 2]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction. The foundation setting and framing are done for Crumley Hall and can be seen in this photo. Along with this, one can see a construction worker constructing the roof of the building. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction and field]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction from a distance. The foundation setting and framing are done for Crumley Hall and can be seen in this photo. Along with this, one can see a crane, nine '50s-'60s styled cars parked on a road in front of the construction, and a large field. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Location: None
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction and field, 2]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction from a distance. The foundation setting and framing are done for Crumley Hall and can be seen in this photo. Along with this, one can see a crane, nine '50s-'60s styled cars parked on a road in front of the construction, and a large field. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Location: None
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction and field, 3]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction from a distance. The foundation setting and framing are done for Crumley Hall and can be seen in this photo. Along with this, one can see a crane, nine '50s-'60s styled cars parked on a road in front of the construction, and a large field. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Location: None
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction and truck]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction. The majority of the construction for Crumley Hall is completed and can be seen in this photo. Along with this, one can see a construction worker working on the roof of the building. He is wearing a hard hat and fully clothed in clothes to work in. In the photo, one can also see a '50s-'60s styled truck parked under the shade of a grown tree on the construction site. There is also a pile of material or junk on the bottom right of the photo. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Location: None
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction and two cars]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction. The foundation setting and framing are done for Crumley Hall and can be seen in this photo. The photo was taken from across the street. Along with this, one can see construction workers wearing hard hats constructing the roof of the building, a crane in the background, a building to the left, and two '50s-'60s styled cars parked on a road in front of the construction. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction and two workers]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction from a downward angle. The foundation setting and framing are done for Crumley Hall and can be seen in this photo. Along with this, one can see two construction workers working with steel rods. One is wearing a hard hat and fully clothed and the other is wearing a hard hat and pants but has no shirt on. There are also two piles of material that can be seen; one pile of wood and one pile of steel rods. Both piles are resting on the ground near the shade of a grown tree. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Location: None
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall construction from the sidewalk]

Description: Photograph of Crumley Hall construction. As of October 1960, the foundation setting and framing are done for Crumley Hall and can be seen in this photo from a different angle. The building was completed in 1961. Built as a dorm, it continues to be used as such. It is located on Highland Street (across the street from A.M. Willis Library and the Music Annex). Original cost: $1,066,290. The building was named after North Texas President J. J. Crumley (1893 - 1894).
Date: October 1960
Location: None
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Crumley Hall officers]

Description: Photograph of the Crumley Hall officers posing in front of a Christmas tree. There are eleven officers, all of whom are women. They were likely students that worked as resident hall assistants.
Date: 1960-10/1961-04
Location: None
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[David Clark receiving Olympic sweater]

Description: Photograph of a crowd gathered around David Clark as he is receiving his Olympic sweater. Clark, who finished third at the 1960 U.S. Olympic trials, became the first Texan to ever clear 15 feet, and reached a career-best of 15-feet 3-inches (4.65 meters) that year. He became the first North Texas student-athlete to compete in the Olympics. While at North Texas, Clark broke the program's pole vault record three times, and he was a two-time Missouri Valley Conference pole vault champion in 1959 and 1960. He was inducted into the North Texas Athletic Hall of Fame in 1988. Clark is part of the 2015 Texas Track & Field Hall of Fame Induction Class.
Date: October 1960
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[David Clark receiving Olympic sweater]

Description: Photograph of a crowd gathered around David Clark as he is receiving his Olympic sweater. Clark, who finished third at the 1960 U.S. Olympic trials, became the first Texan to ever clear 15 feet, and reached a career-best of 15-feet 3-inches (4.65 meters) that year. He became the first North Texas student-athlete to compete in the Olympics. While at North Texas, Clark broke the program's pole vault record three times, and he was a two-time Missouri Valley Conference pole vault champion in 1959 and 1960. He was inducted into the North Texas Athletic Hall of Fame in 1988. Clark is part of the 2015 Texas Track & Field Hall of Fame Induction Class.
Date: October 1960
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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