Aerospace Structural Metals Handbook. Volume I.
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES DATA CENTER TRAVERSE CITY MICH
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The Aerospace Structural Metals Handbook, in 4 volumes, is a continuation of work first published by Syracuse University in 1963 under Air Force Material Laboratory sponsorship. The continuing effort has produced graphic and tabular displays of chemical, mechanical and physical properties on 200 metals and alloys of structural importance in aerospace and defense applications. The data presented is intended to characterize the materials rather than establish design minimums. Also included are data sources, a general discussion of material properties, a glossary of heat treating terms, a discussion of fracture toughness and an alloy cross index. Author
- Properties of Metals and Alloys