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Physics | Part 3: Non-ferrous Alloys - Heavy Metals - Subvolume C: Metal Forming Data - Volume 2: Materials

Part 3: Non-ferrous Alloys - Heavy Metals

Subvolume C: Metal Forming Data - Volume 2: Materials - Group VIII:Advanced Materials and Technologies - Landolt-Börnstein New Series

Spittel, Thilo, Spittel, Marlene

Warlimont, Hans Peter (Ed.)

2015, 575 p.

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  • Clearly arranged data on all relevant light metal alloys in a standard format enables the reader to quickly find and assess the required data.Concise description of the basic principles introduces the field of metal forming. Application-oriented examples and the international standard notation are useful for the professional and practitioner.
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The volume contains metal forming data of 44 non-ferrous alloys of heavy metals, i.e. Cu, Ni, Zn, Pb, Nb, U, W, Sn, Zr, and noble metals. The mechanical and thermophysical properties of each alloy are given as well as its plasticity and flow curves. Each material is characterized by its composition and international notation. An introduction presents the fundamental terms and concepts of metal forming.

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