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Alloy Design for Fatigue and Fracture Resistance.
ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARIS (FRANCE)
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A Specialists Meeting was held by AGARD to deal with questions dealing with the microstructure and variations of microstructure of various aerospace alloys and the associated effects on fatigue and fracture resistance, the effects of variations in chemical composition, processing and heat treatment on microstructure, and the related possibilities of achieving higher fatigue and fracture resistance by changes in chemical composition, processing procedures and heat treatment, without serious penalties relative to static strength and corrosion resistance properties. This Conference Proceedings contains the text of six papers given at the meeting and a summary of the discussions. Aluminum, Titanium and Ferrous Alloys were covered.
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