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Aluminium alloys which served many useful purposes during the war have many potential peacetime applications. This paper outlines their general metallurgical and engineering characteristics. Included is a comparison with steel for certain structures which are normally regarded as outside the usual field of aluminium alloys.
H.K. Hardy and C.G. Watson
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