ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER CHARLOTTESVILLE VA
A study is presented of the strength and stability of tungsten-reinforced copper. Strength was higher than pure copper at all temperatures studied. Materials of this type made by hot dynamic extrusion are superior to any known heat-resistant copper alloys.
Trans. from Problemy Prochnosti v Mashinostroenii (USSR) n5 1970, by Albert L. Peabody.