The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 24 (1946) > Issues > Issue 2 > Aluminium Alloys and their Structural Use
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Aluminium Alloys and their Structural Use

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