Advanced high-temperature alloys: processing and properties : Nicholas J. Grant Symposium : proceedings of the Nicholas J. Grant Symposium, Processing and Properties of Advanced High-Temperature alloys, 16-18 June 1985, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts
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Direct Casting of Coilable Ferrous Alloy Strip
Modeling of Solidification Processes
Metallurgical Advancements in Investment Casting Technology
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