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The Application of Light Aluminium Alloys to Structural Engineering

In this country the aluminium alloys have found their most commmon applications in the field of aircraft production (Fig. l), but elsewhere, in the United States, France and Germany in particular, their use for structural engineering purposes has already been widely explored. D.V. Pike

Author(s): Pike, D V