Theses and Dissertations
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The carburization of steels of "Krupp" analysis
(Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1936-05)
Samples of four lots of steel containing between 1.75 and 3.79% nickel and between .73 end 1.73% chromium were carbonized to obtain information on the factors affecting rates and deaths of carbon nenetration.
Aluminum-copper-nickel alloy as a possible substitute for alpha brass for use in cartridge cases.
The present tendency toward reduction of armaments in general and reduction in size of men-of -war in particular keeps the Navy Department constantly on the lookout for improvements which will cause an increase in ...