Metals & alloys in the unified numbering system

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Society of Automotive Engineers, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 477 pages
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The Unified Numbering System provides a quick and easy way to cross-reference the many different numbering systems used to identify the thousands of metals and alloys in commercial use.

By using the UNS, you can be sure you are speaking the same language as your customers and suppliers. You'll be able to locate information on over 4,800 metals and alloys designations used by individual societies, trade associations, government bodies, and metals/alloys producers and users.

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Contents

Copper and Copper Alloys
55
Exxxxx Rare Earth and Similar Metals and Alloys
107
Gxxxxx AlSl and SAE Carbon and Alloy Steels
119
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