Metals Handbook: Desk Edition (2nd Edition) by J. R. Davis

By J. R. Davis

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47(f) ... 3). 3). (c) Face-centered cubic. (d) Hexagonal. (e) Body-centered cubic. (f) Close-packed hexagonal. /in. 8 Alloy 9A ... 17 Alloy 9B 20-250 17 Alloys 9C, 9D ... 3 Zirconium ... 4 transverse. 1 transverse. 035 (a) Depends on processing. (b) 18% of Cu. (c) 12% of Cu. 05% of Cu. (e) 15% of Cu. (f) 16% of Cu. (g) 11% of Cu. (h) 7% of Cu. (i) 6% of Cu. 24 Graphite ... 7 100 Nickel irons Stainless and heat-resistant alloys (a) Precipitation hardened; depends on processing.

4 transverse. 1 transverse. 035 (a) Depends on processing. (b) 18% of Cu. (c) 12% of Cu. 05% of Cu. (e) 15% of Cu. (f) 16% of Cu. (g) 11% of Cu. (h) 7% of Cu. (i) 6% of Cu. 24 Graphite ... 7 100 Nickel irons Stainless and heat-resistant alloys (a) Precipitation hardened; depends on processing.

97(e) ... 85(f) ... 00(d) ... 80(e) ... 77(d) ... 64(e) ... 49(g) ... 99(f) ... 25(f) ... 31(f) ... 96(c) ... 47(f) ... 3). 3). (c) Face-centered cubic. (d) Hexagonal. (e) Body-centered cubic. (f) Close-packed hexagonal. /in. 8 Alloy 9A ... 17 Alloy 9B 20-250 17 Alloys 9C, 9D ... 3 Zirconium ... 4 transverse. 1 transverse. 035 (a) Depends on processing. (b) 18% of Cu. (c) 12% of Cu. 05% of Cu. (e) 15% of Cu. (f) 16% of Cu. (g) 11% of Cu. (h) 7% of Cu. (i) 6% of Cu. 24 Graphite ... 7 100 Nickel irons Stainless and heat-resistant alloys (a) Precipitation hardened; depends on processing.

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