Sintering as practiced in the United States.
Naeve, E. A.
Naeve, E. A.
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This report presents some of the facts about sintering as practiced in the United States both in the past and at the present time. The history, production data, applicability, and some of the physical-chemical relationships of the sintering process are discussed. An example of the sintering process are discussed. An example of current commercial sintering practice is also included.
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