THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLID MATERIALS. VOLUME 2. ALLOYS (MELTING TEMPERATURE ABOVE 1000 DEGREES F)
Rept. for 1 Jul 1957-31 Aug 1960
IIT RESEARCH INST CHICAGO IL
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Thermophysical property data, and their variation with temperature, are presented for a great number of solid materials, based on literature published during the period 1940-1957. Each reported value is shown and annotated, and recommended most probable value curves are given. Materials covered include, elements, alloys, ceramics, cermets, intermetallics, polymerics, and composite materials. Except for materials in the last two categories, only those melting above 1000 F are included. Properties covered include the following melting point, density, latent heats, specific heat, thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, emissivity, reflectivity, thermal expansion, vapor pressure, and electric resistivity. Each of the four volumes is designed to be expansible, and it is expected that additional or revised data sheets for inclusion in these volumes will be forthcoming.
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Ceramics, Refractories and Glass