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Abstract

A computerized thermodynamic database has been produced which will assist the development and production of a wide range of light alloys, based on aluminium, magnesium and titanium, for commercial use. The database is the result of co-operation between researchers throughout Europe, and collects details of thermochemical and thermophysical properties for consideration by materials scientists and engineers involved in the production of new light alloys.

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Authors: COST SECRETARIAT, COST
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 18171 EN (1998) 273pp.
Availability: COST PUBLICATIONS ARE TO BE ORDERED THROUGH OOPEC SALES POINTS at http://eur-op.eu/general/fr/index.htm
ISBN: ISBN 92-828-3901-X
Record Number: 199910019 / Last updated on: 1999-02-11
Category: PUBLICATION
Original language: en
Available languages: en