Engineering Properties and Applications of Lead Alloys
Focusing on the uses of lead in pure or alloy form for engineering applications, this text presents data on the physical, mechanical, corrosive, accoustic, damping and nuclear properties of lead and lead alloys. It organizes information according to alloy type in tables, graphs and text, and examines the processing of commercially available lead products, including casting, rolling, extrusion, machining, welding and mechanical joining techniques.
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