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MECHANICAL-PROPERTY EVALUATIONS OF NEWLY DEVELOPED STRUCTURAL MATERIALS
Rept. for 15 Apr 1965-15 Mar 1966
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST COLUMBUS OH
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The major objectives of this research program are to evaluate newly developed structural materials of potential Air Force weapons system interest and then to provide data-sheet-type presentations of mechanical data. The first years effort, covered in this report, has concentrated on TD nickel, HP 9-4 steels, AFC77 steel, and Lockalloy 62Be-38Al. The mechanical properties investigated included tensile, compression, shear, bend, fracture toughness, fatigue, creep, and stress corrosion at appropriate temperatures.
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